Current Issue cover

ISPA and CIDESCO Collaborate for Training and Jobs

Contact Author

Thank you for your inquiry. Please note that the author cannot provide individual medical advice. Also, if you have a customer service question, email customer service at

Fill out my online form.

CIDESCO and ISPA hope to awareness of and demand for careers in the spa industry to help fill spa jobs vacancies with qualified candidates.

The International Spa Association (iSPA) and CIDESCO are collaborating to elevate and celebrate careers in the global spa industry.

Related: ISPA Releases Spa Reopening Toolkit

CIDESCO and iSPA are working alongside organizations who provide its members with meaningful, industry-advancing resources and opportunities. 

CIDESCO equips spa professionals with training in beauty and spa management, skin care, esthetics, body therapy and facials. ISPA member spas whose leaders, therapists and service providers complete the training will achieve recognition as practitioners in their fields.

ISPA president Lynne McNees said, "ISPA is constantly seeking collaborative ways to raise the profile of our industry and promote opportunities for growth and advancement among our members. CIDESCO’s commitment to high educational standards for current and future generations of spa professionals makes them ideal in pursuit of those goals. We’re excited for our members to learn more about everything CIDESCO has to offer.”

CIDESCO section U.S.A. chairman Lydia Sarfati said, “With this collaboration, we are very excited to raise the awareness of CIDESCO resources and look forward to working more closely with ISPA to elevate the esthetics experience and create further success and growth in the spa industry."

Additional details about ISPA and CIDESCO’s collaborative efforts will be announced as they develop.

Related Content