Enrolment starts soon for the CDI College Medical Spa Therapy program. Earn your diploma in less than a year, and spend your work days in a relaxing spa environment!

Enrolment starts soon for the CDI College Medical Spa Therapy program. Earn your diploma in less than a year, and spend your work days in a relaxing spa environment!

Treat yourself! Give your career the spa treatment

Learn to rejuvenate skin, soothe sore muscles… and restore your employment prospects!

Here’s a secret — if you work at the spa, you’ll have one of world’s best workplace environments.

The peaceful music, the soft lighting, the pleasant aromas. A trip to the spa is the perfect remedy for a stressful day — so rejuvenating that visitors often wish they could come back every day. Train to be a medical spa therapist, and you will!

It’s a career that allows you to give back, and give people a boost on difficult days. You’ll help your clients feel good and look good, using a broad range of techniques and technology. And along the way, your expert knowledge and tranquil work environment may help your own body glow.

It’s a career that allows you to give back, and give people a boost on difficult days. You’ll help your clients feel good and look good, using a broad range of techniques and technology. And along the way, your expert knowledge and tranquil work environment may help your own body glow.

Medical Spa Therapy diploma program: what you’ll learn

The CDI College Medical Spa Therapy program takes less than a year to complete, and prepares you for a successful career in the field. Upon graduation you’ll be ready for job opportunities at day spas and wellness centres, as well as cruise ship, destination and resort spas.

There are great opportunities in cities and towns across BC, and in the tourism sector overseas. Someone needs to give facials and massages at beach-side resorts… it could be you!

In just 50 weeks you’ll learn a wide range of hands-on techniques and wellness approaches from around the world.

  • Biology fundamentals: Anatomy and pathology for proper care during treatment
  • Massage: Techniques for Swedish, Chinese, infant, pre-natal and lymphatic drainage massage
  • Restorative therapy: Aromatherapy, hot stone therapy, hydrotherapy and more
  • Treatments: Skin resurfacing, facial care, laser and light hair and vein removal and more
  • Career guidance: Industry-standard record keeping, marketing, and employment strategies

You’ll gain specialized knowledge of skincare products, and will be able to assess and recommend the appropriate products for your clients. You may choose to offer relaxing therapies, or more targeted treatments for specific conditions.

If you enjoy helping others and passing positive energy to the clients in your care, a career in Medical Spa Therapy might be for you!

About CDI

Change happens fast in today’s employment market, and CDI College is committed to helping British Columbians keep up with current requirements in high-demand industries. Students receive specialized training in the techniques and equipment they’ll use on-the-job, making them highly competitive when seeking employment. Choose a career that’s right for you, and improve your chances of landing your dream job!

CDI College has five campuses in the Lower Mainland: Surrey, South Surrey, Richmond, Burnaby and Vancouver.

Classes are starting soon! CDI College offers rolling intakes throughout the year, and there are no wait lists for the program. Start when you’re ready, by visiting cdicollege.ca or calling 1-800-889-1712.

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In the CDI College Medical Spa Therapy Program you’ll learn treatments including skin resurfacing, facial care, laser hair and vein removal and more.

In the CDI College Medical Spa Therapy Program you’ll learn treatments including skin resurfacing, facial care, laser hair and vein removal and more.

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