The rapid increase of wellbeing establishments over these past 10 years has given rise to an equally fast development of Spa training courses, especially in the field of Spa Management. So what is the required diploma for such a complex profession?
Amongst the beauty schools that have successfully adapted themselves to the changing working environment and who have created courses that take into account the entire array of skills needed to manage a Spa, the Ecole Technique Professionnelle d’Esthétique et de Parfumerie in Marseille offers a diploma that will open doors on a European level. To this day, the ETPEP is indeed the only pilot school and training centre in France that can issue the European Diploma of Higher Education in Spa Management. Called a DEES in France, the course includes advanced level teaching in general European culture, languages and professional techniques and is under the supervision of an education team of teachers (law, political science, management and languages), experienced wellbeing professionals and specialists in treatments and various therapies. The ETPEP has acquired a valuable training tool by opening its 200m² hands-on teaching Spa, where East meets West!
► Discover below, some pages of this magazine online:
- DERMALOGICA: Touch Therapy
- Detoxifying night treatment : Botanical D-tox by Sisley
- The Vis à Vis 1000 from Trautwein, an extraordinary bathing experience
- Banya, a different kind of sauna experience by Starwellness
- FILORGA, medical aesthetics in the Spa
- Germaine de Capuccini presents PUREXPERT
- The new brand VYON VISIBLY YOUNGER stands for “functional skin care”
- Double act - Sothys
- Seaweed foaming mask
- New Evo mattress by LEMI