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The beauty and wellness industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, and demand for well-trained, job-ready therapists has never been greater. Cue Australia’s largest day spa network, with creation of their education faciality, endota wellness college.

endota is the largest day spa network in Australia, with over 100 spas nationwide. endota’s founding director and CEO, Melanie Gleeson, started the spa network nearly 20 years ago with a singular focus on women’s wellness, now it is a nationally-recognised brand with a reputation for strong ethical principles as well as superior service and treatments.

With the aim of growing it’s network of spas and therapists, came the launch of endota Wellness College. A registered Training Organisation offering nationally recognised training in Beauty Therapy, Remedial Massage and Salon Management.

Known for employing highly-skilled beauty and wellness industry professionals and training them inhouse through the endota-way, the endota wellness college is no exception with courses that keep pace with fast-moving trends in technique and technology.

endota wellness college trainers and educators are not only well connected, but they’re industry leaders in the field, who pass on their expert knowledge to students entering the industry career ready.

When you study with endota wellness college, you’ll gain experience that’s unrivaled – including the chance to work at one of their 100 Australian spas.
With the next 5 years predicting more than 25,000 job openings in the beauty & massage industry, such rapid growth CEO of endota wellness college, Helen Robb-Lacey, believes in the importance of a caring and confident therapist. Especially one that recognises when a client is feeling sick & in a vulnerable state.
Further to traditional diplomas in Beauty Therapy, Remedial Massage and and Salon Management, Helen has integrated Oncology Massage & Pregnancy Massage into their short course offering.
The best part? endota wellness college believes the best way to get a true taste of spa life is on the job, encouraging students to complete work experience throughout the duration of their course at one of their 100 locations. This experience won’t just get you job-ready, but it will ensure you’re armed with the hands-on practical skills you’ll need in the workplace.
Join the team at endota wellness college for their open day this Saturday 29th at their Docklands campus. Spend the morning enjoying a healthy brunch where you’ll get to take a tour, meet the team and even sneak in a mini treatment while you take a look around!
Head to for more information or listen to our interview with CEO Melanie Gleeson on the Beaute Industrie Podcast.