New Year, New City, New Career

February 14, 2019

 

 

Taking world-class medical aesthetics training to a city near you

I love the Okanagan. Everything about it: the place, the people… the wineries! But with the start of a new year comes the opportunity to start fresh, and I’m excited to announce a new facet to the academy that’s been in the works for awhile: Nicola Finch Laser and Medical Aesthetics training will be traveling in 2019.

 

Nicola Finch Laserspa Academy is coming to a city near you

 

Our students come to us from across Canada to learn the skills they need on the industry’s best equipment, in a gorgeous environment. But we realize that isn’t realistic for everyone! Travel is costly, time away from your life -- even more so.

 

Over the past several months, I’ve put together a program that I can take on the road: a condensed course for students with busy schedules, who still crave the private, one-on-one training my on location course offers. There are no prerequisites required, and you’ll still complete part of the course online, at your convenience first. The online portion will start four weeks prior to the hands-on workshop. You can read the full course description here.

Then, I come to you for the final part of your training!

 

So, how does that work?

 

Simply apply online! Fill out the form with your details, your preferred dates, and what city you’re in. Training dates must be secured eight weeks prior, and there must be a minimum of four students in the same city. Maybe you’ve thought of studying with a friend or want a refresher course for your staff? This is the perfect way to make it affordable!

 

First up: Surrey Guildford in April, and Edmonton in late Spring ‘19! Live in another major city? Submit your city preference today.

 

I look forward to meeting you!

~ Nicola

 

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