ISPA and CIDESCO collaborate to boost training and advancement


By Sarah Todd

15 December 2020

The International Spa Association (ISPA) and beauty and spa training organisation CIDESCO have announced a new collaboration that is intended to help promote opportunities for high-level training and professional advancement within the global spa industry.

ISPA believes the partnership supports its mission to strengthen the spa industry by working alongside organisations that provide its members with ‘meaningful, industry-advancing resources and opportunities’.

“ISPA is constantly seeking collaborative ways to raise the profile of our industry and promote opportunities for growth and advancement among our members. We're excited for our members to learn more about everything CIDESCO has to offer.”

Lynne McNees

President, ISPA

As well as providing accreditation to beauty therapy schools and colleges, CIDESCO also trains spa professionals in a wide range of subjects including beauty and spa management as well as body therapy and facials. The training is delivered both online and in-person at CIDESCO schools located around the world.

Additional details about the collaboration will be announced at a later date.

Be informed...

ISPA was founded in 1991 to provide educational and networking opportunities and promote the value of the spa experience. To access ISPA’s Covid-19 resources, click below

Be inspired...

Founded in 1946 in Brussells, the Comité International d’Esthétique et de Cosmétologie (CIDESCO) sets standards for beauty and spa therapy worldwide. To find our more, click below

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