Missoula, Montana Esthetician School Expands to Larger Location
Submitted by: Scents of Decor, Inc.
The Montana Academy of Skin Care, an esthetician school dedicated exclusively to skin care education, has expanded and moved its skin care classes to a new, larger facility.
(OPENPRESS) September 27, 2010 -- The Montana Academy of Skin Care, an esthetician school dedicated exclusively to skin care education, has expanded and moved its skin care classes to a new 4,000 sq foot facility. The new, larger space allows the skin care school it to train more esthetician students and provide more skin care services to area residents.
The new location for the Pacific Northwest's only stand-alone skin care school is 800 Kensington Avenue, Suite 100 in Missoula, Montana. The new facility provides increased space for dedicated skin care classes and specialized skin care training. It also includes a separate treatment area for Missoula area residents to receive skin care services provided by supervised esthetician students in training.
Founded in 2009, the esthetics program at the Montana Academy of Skin Care enrolled its first class of students in March of 2010 and graduated its first class of full-time students in September of 2010. The Academy is one of a very few programs in the country that exclusively provides esthetician training. Academy Director Debby Randall states: "We're proud to offer intensive, cutting edge skin care education in small classes that give our students an intimate and personalized experience."
The Academy website at www.MontanaAcademyofSkinCare.com provides further information about the esthetician school and career options for estheticians. Visitors can also request the complimentary free report: Esthetician Jobs & Salary Outlook 2010. The free report shares detailed information about specific types of esthetician jobs and their respective salary ranges for popular esthetician career paths.
The school's website also helps potential estheticians understand the field of esthetics and the esthetician training program offered at the Montana Academy of Skin Care. The Academywebsite describes the school's course schedules, admissions requirements, and enrollment procedures, as well as an overview of the many skin care services offered by Academy students to local area residents.
For further information, contact Director Debby Randall at (406) 830-3261 or write Debby@MontanaAcademyofSkinCare.com.