Career Outlook

Pursue Your Passion for Health & Beauty

Imagine working in a stress-free environment, helping to improve the health and well-being of others each day. With training from Bryan College in Medi-Spa Therapy and Esthetics, you’ll have the ability to make this dream a reality.

A career in medi-spa therapy and esthetics offers job stability, a rewarding work environment and self-employment opportunities.

As a graduate of this program, you’ll have the opportunity to work with innovative, cutting-edge laser, photofacial and microdermabrasion equipment, all while working in the fulfilling and growing medical spa therapy field.

With hands-on training and the right preparation from Bryan College, you could find yourself working with an exclusive destination spa or medical spa, a doctor’s office or even working on a cruise ship. Spa Therapists & Esthetics professionals may also have the opportunity to be self-employed.

Expanding Careers

According to the International Spa Association (ISPA), there are 7.7 million active spa-goers in Canada, which is approximately 23% of the population.1 Also, according to the Global Spa Summit, drivers of growth in this industry include consumers’ desire for stress-relief, disease-prevention and an increased public awareness of alternative therapies for increased mind and body wellness.

As a top esthetics and medi-spa therapy school, Bryan College prepares you to become the qualified, highly skilled, immediately productive medi-spa therapists and estheticians that employers demand.

Attractive Career Opportunities

The spa industry has expanded and evolved into a sophisticated and well-respected profession with a variety of specializations. Career options include:

  • Esthetician
  • Medical Esthetician
  • Professional Spa Therapist
  • Laser Therapist
  • Microdermabrasion Specialist
  • Clinic Manager
  • Skin Care Technician
  • Nail Care Technician
  • Make-Up Artist
  • Cosmetic Marketing/Sales Consultant
  • Wedding Consultant
  • Image Consultant
  • Hair Removal Technician
  • Aroma/Body Care Therapist
  • Esthetics School Instructor
  • Spa Manager/Director
  • Salon or Day Spa Owner
  • Cosmetic sales

Professional Spa Therapists work in a variety of settings such as:

  • Dermatologist Offices
  • Skin Care Clinics
  • Laser Care Facilities
  • Medical Spas
  • Plastic Surgeon Offices
  • Day, resort or destination spas & salons
  • Cruise ships

At Bryan College, we give you a clear pathway to exciting esthetics and spa therapy positions, so that you’re ready to make your next career move as soon as you graduate. Learn how we put you on the path to success.

1Global Spa Summit, Spas and the Global Wellness Market: Synergies and Opportunities, prepared by SRI International, May 2010.
Bryan College taught me the technical skills as well as solid business skills I need for my new career.
-Brian Dockal, Bryan College PST Graduate
Your method of teaching and expertise made the course easy to understand and fun.
-Maria Coteanu, Bryan College PST Graduate