Whether you’re looking to make the world more beautiful, or take care of tough health problems brought on by rough work, you can make a huge impact as an esthetician or medical esthetician if you are up for the training. And Alberta offers great programs in Calgary, Edmonton and so on with schools to help get you started.
The prairies are famous for their cowboys and farmers. You might not think of them as skin care experts, but all the hard work outdoors in all weather can cause havoc on your skin. Alberta is the perfect place to learn the trade.
Education Requirements for Esthetician Schools in Alberta? There Are None!
Alberta has no standard education requirements for estheticians.
There are esthetician courses to be found in other beauty and cosmetology schools and courses. High school courses in art, biology and practical chemistry are assets to being hired and specializing in esthetics. An interest in business can help you grow your own esthetician practice.
There aren’t specific education requirements (you can even study online), but Alberta has plenty of schools that specialize in esthetic training that is undoubtedly an asset, especially if you’re looking to work in high end spas and medical esthetician clinics.
The EIE MediSpa and Laser Training Centre is a great school that offers accredited diploma programs in esthetics, as well as certificate courses for laser treatments and other specialties. Since there are client services performed on the premises, you’re sure to get great on-the-job training as you study techniques that promise great new career opportunities!
The award-winning Esthetic Institute offers opportunities to learn massage and skin care techniques in a spa setting. If you excel, you may even find work within the institute when you graduate!
Getting Your License (Or Not!)
Finding Esthetics Work in AB
Many estheticians in alberta choose to establish themselves independently, or to take vocational training so they can teach esthetician courses. You may also choose to extend your knowledge to massage therapy, or be trained as an electrologist or microblading technician and earn a better salary.
As baby boomers continue to age, and recognize the importance of skin care, Alberta is likely to see a growth in jobs and careers relating to skin care specialists. It’s a wide open opportunity for anyone with an interest in business, whether you choose to build your own client base from home, or join an established salon or spa!
Academy of Professional Hair Design – Red Deer
Alberta Academy of Aesthetics
European Institute of Esthetics
Eveline Charles Academy
Did we miss any Alta. skin care schools? Please contact us to let us know.
Health guidelines for Alberta estheticians – pdf.
Schools for Estheticians in Canada
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
- Northwest Territories