The announcement comes as Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy sets out to provide a wider number of aspiring aesthetic clinicians in the country with an avenue to a thriving career. Adding laser hair removal and skin rejuvenation techniques to its course material, the academy is open to high school graduates in Montreal and across the nation via its numerous teaching clinic locations.
For more information see https://dermysk.com/pages/academy
Its latest updates represent a timely move, with Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy pointing to the continuing nationwide establishment of medical aesthetics clinics. With innovative technology greatly enhancing the safety and effectiveness of cosmetic treatments in such clinics, demand for services has increased. As such, its courses are built to provide certification for work in a growing industry.
Many of Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy’s students have cited the gratification that comes from supporting patients as a primary motivator for pursuing medical aesthetics. Accordingly, with the field becoming more lucrative in line with its popularity, Dermysk seeks to help graduates attain the skills to attract potential employers and even start their own businesses.
The academy offers a hybrid-learning approach, with courses comprised of part-online study, part-practical training. The flexibility of remote modules is often seen as a major modern-day perk, enabling busy students and full-time workers to take control of their educational pursuits on their own schedule.
Both aspects of the academy’s dual instructional material are designed to convey essential information on the medical aesthetic industry as it relates to medspa workers and clinicians. Dermysk’s students can expect to learn about such matters as recommended hygienic practice, optimal safety measures and important legal terms alongside cosmetic procedures.
At its academy locations in Montreal, Toronto, Edmonton, and Regina, Dermysk provides in-person training with a focus on instructing proper techniques. Real patients are often present for such procedures, allowing learners to explore safe and effective means of treating skin pigmentations, removing unwanted hair or tattoos, and more.
Dermysk notes that its training courses often lead to successful career beginnings. It cites prior graduates who have gone on to accept work with leading Canadian skin clinics as well as those who’ve started a rising medical aesthetics center.
One graduate said: “For anyone looking into medical aesthetics as a career choice, I would highly recommend Dermysk Academy. They set you up to feel confident in your abilities through theory, hands-on experience, and support throughout the entire course.”
Interested parties in Montreal and across the nation can find additional details about Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy and its training program at https://dermysk.com/pages/academy
Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy
455 Boulevard Cure-Labelle