endota is the largest day spa network in Australia, with nearly 100 spas nationwide. 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.
At endota Wellness College, we’re known for producing highly-skilled beauty
and wellness industry professionals. With courses that keep pace with fast-moving trends in technique and technology.
eWC’s trainers and educators are not only well connected, but they’re industry leaders in the field,
who will pass on their expert knowledge. Over 70% of graduates are working in the Beauty & Wellness industry.
endota’s founding director and CEO, Melanie Gleeson, started the spa 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.
We believe how we think and act is what we send out to the world,
and that’s what ultimately comes back to us.
We always act in
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We’re all about working
together to achieve
our vision and goals.
We support a ‘no
blame’ culture. It’s the only way we’ll grow.
Our own wellness is vital.
We appreciate each other’s priorities in life.
Discover where the Beauty & Wellness industry can take you.
Why recognised training?
endota Wellness College is a Registered Training Organisation (provider number: 88123),
which means we’ll provide you with nationally-recognised, industry-valued qualifications.
For further information contact the National Information Training Service.
ITECA is the national peak body representing independent providers in the higher education, and vocational education and training sector. The ITECA code of ethics is available here.
To access the most recent registration audit report for endota Wellness College click here.