Montreal Medical Spa Esthetic Technician Training: Basic Curriculum Updated

With the latest round of updates, the Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy can now train new aestheticians in up to a dozen of the most popular techniques medspa techniques, with full certification to work in a local clinic or operate a home business.

More information about WFH medspa courses, Dermysk Academy training, and a full list of available certifications can be found at

Dermysk Academy’s training program is open to any students throughout Canada with at least a high school education or some form of relevant work experience. The program allows these students to complete the majority of their training while working from home, or anywhere with an internet connection, before attending one week of practical training at the nearest Academy location.

In the practical training portion of the program, which can be scheduled at any Dermysk Academy location across Canada, students will get hands-on experience performing medspa procedures, while carefully supervised by a Dermysk specialist. Students will also learn how to safely handle a wide range of medspa tools, including Intense Pulsed Light and laser devices.

At the end of the training, graduates will be fully certified in popular techniques such as micro-blading, derma-planing, fractional ablation, and laser pigmentation treatments. While this Basic training provides sufficient knowledge and certifications for students to work at a local medspa or open a home business, there are still several popular procedures not covered by this course.

To learn more complex techniques, graduates can return at any time and enroll in the Advanced course, which includes training for Body Sculpting, laser gynecology, and stem cell treatments. Alternatively, students may also enroll directly in the Master-level course, which includes all the certifications and training from both the Basic and Advanced classes, plus exclusive Master-level training.

Graduates from this program will receive a “Master of Medical Aesthetics” certificate, and will be able to perform even the most complex medspa procedures allowable to non-healthcare professionals.

One recent graduate explained, “I really enjoyed taking the course at the Dermysk Academy, it’s very interesting. The people are very friendly, and always available for any questions we may have.”

More information about individual courses, Dermysk Academy locations, and opening a home medspa can be found at

Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy

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