Medi-Spa Therapist Diploma
Available at both our Mississauga and Hamilton campus
IBI is proud to deliver a well-rounded professional Diploma program in the field of Advanced Aesthetics. The program objective is to provide individuals with the knowledge of advanced aesthetic treatments found in a medical spa. Students will have proficient knowledge of a variety of retail and professional skin care lines and product ingredients. Students will also learn advanced therapies such as microdermabrasion, chemical peels, laser hair removal, photo rejuvenation, acne treatments, laser tattoo removal, skin tightening/body contouring and other medical aesthetic therapies and modalities used in the medical spa environment.
In-depth and detailed understanding and practical application of client consultations, sanitization and sterilization practices according to the Ministry of Health and professionalism in the workplace are emphasized throughout the program. Students will be prepared for a career in the medical aesthetics industry.
This comprehensive program is designed for individuals who wish to commence a career in a spa, medical spa, medical doctor’s office or home based-business.
The Medi-Spa industry in Canada and abroad is expanding and is expected to double in revenue over the next 10 years. The International Beauty Institute is at the forefront of industry innovations with the most current technology and teaching methodologies.
We pride ourselves on our world-class curriculum which properly prepares our students for the job market both domestically and abroad.
The successful graduate will be eligible for employment in dermatology clinics, skin care facilities, aesthetic laser clinics, medical spas, plastic surgeons' offices, physicians' offices as well as day spas, wellness centres, destination spas and a myriad of entrepreneurial opportunities.
- Chemical Peels & Microdermabrasion
Total Program Length (16 weeks)
Personal interview to determine goals and suitability Grade 12 graduate or mature student status Advanced Academic Standing
In order to achieve a diploma, a student must obtain a minimum overall average of 70%, with no grade less than 60% in any theoretical or practical examination. In addition students must successfully complete 120 hours in their on site Clinical Lab Practicum.