Bridging the gap between education and employment

by | Apr 3, 2022

Training over 100,000 professional skin therapists each year, Dermalogica are passionate about supporting all future professionals to get the best start into the world of skin care.

Dermalogica’s Aspire Programme provides colleges with enriching education which exposes students to broad real-world learning experiences. The latest Aspire Programme’s aim is to provide every student and apprentice with valuable industry-relevant insights, best practice reinforcement and the chance to broaden industry awareness, skills and knowledge to better prepare them for work. The programme is fully digital, and comprised of virtual interactive workshops and e-learning modules designed to provide flexible and accessible supplementary learning.


The sessions available through the various pathways are designed to bridge the gap between education and employment, with the opportunity to discover various career opportunities, encourage students to identify their unique skill sets, prepare for interview and to investigate the possibility of opening a business.


Dermalogica’s Aspire Programme is open to all ‘undergraduates’ and colleges, and there is no requirement to stock the brand. Find out more about the programme here.

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