The upgrade comes as Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy looks to maintain the high standards of its teaching approach for the benefit of aspiring aestheticians.
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Accordingly, its courses now span basic and advanced medical aesthetics programs alongside specialist cosmetic injection-focused curriculums. Accessible to high school graduates throughout Canada, these courses are designed to relay vital industry knowledge by pairing online study with hands-on, facility-based instruction.
Emphasizing the importance of smaller class sizes, Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy hosts students in manageable group settings – referring to such an environment as conducive to more effective learning. The academy notes that with the advantage of a minimal classroom group, its learners are able to receive tailored instruction suited to their level.
“Smaller class sizes can be incredibly beneficial in a medical aesthetics course,” says an academy representative. “They can provide students with a more personal, focused learning experience. In a field that requires a high degree of precision and attention to detail, having fewer students in the classroom can ensure that each individual receives the attention and feedback they need to excel.”
As such, Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy’s instructors are equipped to offer guidance while coaching the performance of students as they practice a range of cosmetic treatments.
Past learners have pointed to the collaborative atmosphere created by the academy’s comfortable mix of experienced teaching staff and diverse student body. With the ability to observe, support, and learn from their peers, students are able to focus on mastering key medical aesthetics procedures and techniques ranging from microneedling to CoolSculpting.
Further, the ever-growing academy allows learners to sample the industry’s latest technological innovations, with SkinPen and Sharplight system resources presented at its modern facilities. Building familiarity with such devices, the academy says, goes a long way toward preparing graduates for work under the standards of today’s Medspas and beauty clinics.
Accepting students at an additional range of locations throughout Canada, including Toronto, Montreal, and Edmonton, the academy makes initial 30-minute virtual appointments available to book via its website.
One graduate remarked: “I would suggest this school if you want to enter a medical aesthetics career. The teachers are very friendly and helpful – they shared lots of tips and tricks and made me feel very comfortable during the practicum.”
Interested parties in Regina and across Saskatchewan can find further details about Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy at https://dermysk.com/pages/academy
Dermysk Medical Aesthetics Academy
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