EXECUTIVE SPA GROUP can help you access grants to pay for your esthetics training courses.
GRANT ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
I AM CURRENTLY WORKING.
If you are currently working, you should have a conversation with your employer regarding your future career goals and how they will benefit the workplace.
Your employer can apply for a grant to cover 2/3 of all training costs. You can only register for your desired training until your grant application has been approved. It usually takes about a month for the application to be approved, so don’t waste time, apply now!
If you are a new employee and have been there for less than 30 days, your employer is eligible for 100% of training costs in grant funding.
We can help with your grant application process.
Have your employer call or email us. We can make a trip to your workplace to help you sort out the process.
Can I pay for the training myself?
Yes. As the trainee, you can fund your own training costs, but your employer must apply on your behalf. Keep in mind that you will have to pay all training costs up front. Your employer will be reimbursed and will have to provide documentation demonstrating they in turn reimbursed you.
However, these types of grants are intended for your employer to invest in your development, therefore, it is expected that they will invest 1/3 of the costs, even if you are the one who paid for it up front.
When can I expect reimbursement?
You have 30 days after you complete your training to submit proof of completion in order to receive your reimbursement. On average, reimbursement takes 4-6 weeks post submission, so submit asap!
I AM NOT WORKING ATM.
If you are not working at the moment and have been unemployed for 30 consecutive days or more, you have the option to find an employer who will sponsor your training. When an employer hires a NEW employee, 100% of the training costs can be funded.
This option works especially well for experienced estheticians who require an additional skill to work at a certain spa.
If you are new to the beauty industry, we recommend applying for Receptionist or Assistant positions and working out a training plan with your new employer.
If you are having difficulty finding a sponsoring employer, you have other options, call or email us for more information.
ESTHETICS TRAINING COURSE SUMMER SCHEDULE
JUNE 18, 2019- MANICURES AND PEDICURES 101
JUNE 25, 2019- WAXING AND TINTING 101
JUNE 25, 2019- SALON/SPA MANAGEMENT
AUGUST 6, 2019 – LASH EXTENSIONS 102
AUGUST 6, 2019 – NAIL EXTENSIONS 102
AUGUST 6, 2019 – SPA INDUSTRY
AUGUST 13, 2019- MAKEUP ARTISTRY 101
AUGUST 13, 2019- RETAIL
AUGUST 20, 2019- MANICURES AND
AUGUST 27, 2019- WAXING AND TINTING
AUGUST 27, 2019- SALON/SPA MANAGEMENT
JULY 2, 2019 – LASH EXTENSIONS 102
JULY 2, 2019- NAIL EXTENSIONS 102
JULY 2, 2019- SPA INDUSTRY STANDARDS
JULY 9, 2019- MAKEUP ARTISTRY 101
JULY 9, 2019- RETAIL
JULY 16, 2019- MANICURES AND PEDICURES
JULY 23, 2019- WAXING AND TINTING 101
JULY 30, 2019- SALON/SPA MANAGEMENT
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Forever Young is seeking a Full Time Esthetician Laser Tech to join our Team. Forever Young is A recognized premier laser-spa and salon with a welcoming atmosphere. We have mastered the balance of bringing our clients the best in beauty care, latest techniques, most diverse laser technology, top of the line products and the most experienced service providers with a comfortable, warm, welcoming environment.
While we pride ourselves on providing high-end services, our dedication to client experience is what separates us from our competitors. We are committed to continually improving and refining our services, while researching the latest advances and innovations in the cosmetic non-surgical field. This enables us to offer the most up-to-date and comprehensive skin rejuvenation treatments available today. We are committed in providing the highest standard of medical skincare and do so with confidence. Our ideal candidate possesses leadership qualities, good work ethic, well established, flexible, and is able to multi-task in a fast paced work environment, has great customer service skills, friendly, presents professionalism and is able to be a team player.
This Individual Will Be Required To Perform all aspects of Esthetics/Laser treatments on our clients such as: Sciton BBL treatments, Sciton Halo treatment, Clear and Brilliant Laser, Thermage Skin Tightening, Facials, Body Treatments, Chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion’s, Silk Peel Dermalinfusion, Skin Consultations, Makeup Applications, Waxing (Inc. Brazilian waxing) LHR, Photo Facials, and resurfacing TX’s.
Lead the team of Estheticians/ Laser techs, order products and maintain equipment as required. Participate in staff training and meetings. Candidates must have their Esthetician Certificate ideally with 3 plus years’ experience. Laser background and sales experience is a must. Schedule will require days, evenings and Saturdays. We are searching for serious candidates only, before applying please look at our reviews and website to have a better understanding of what we offer.
If you are interested in this Lead Esthetician & Laser role and meet or exceed the qualification, send your resume directly through this ad, or drop off at Suite 5564 – 5540 Windermere blvd, T2Z 2V8
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With the growing number of beauty professionals in this country, we thought we would take a look at employment mobility through Canada. While certification standards differ from province to province, here are some things you need to know if you are planning to move.
In Canada, all of the provinces and territories have regulation for hairstylists through the Red Seal Journeyman Certification. With this certificate, you are able to legally work from province to province. However, each province has different standards of training, so check out the National Employment Requirements to find out what you need to begin your trade. Barbering falls under the Hairstylist occupation as well, so certification will still be mandatory to practice this specialized craft.
As an Esthetician in Canada, however, you may find your mobility limited, as few provinces have regulation trade requirements:
Manitoba regulates their Electrologists and Estheticians through Apprenticeship Manitoba
Saskatchewan divides their esthetic regulations between Nail Technicians and Skin Care specialists, also through an apprenticeship and trade certification commission.
Training and on-the-job hours may transfer to a regulated province if you meet their individual criteria. If you are moving outside of a regulated province, your training and certification will be appealing to employers in a province that does not have these requirements.
While the country is looking to start standardizing esthetics, hairstyling is the only beauty industry career that has national standards. If you are considering moving, or you need more information about labour mobility in Canada, visit Worker’s Mobility.