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1.Aviva Spray Tanning Academy, Indianapolis & Online
Courses / Programs
• Learn to spray tan in Indiana with Aviva Spray Tanning Academy - a leading sunless spray tan training provider.
• We provide 1-day onsite spray tan classes in Indianapolis which are held regularly in a leading hotel.
• We also offer interactive, online spray tan certification programs to students throughout Indiana and nationwide.
• All of our spray tan courses come with a 100% money-back guarantee.
• Our students include cosmetologists, mobile spray tanning business owners, spray tanning consultants, estheticians, salon professionals, hair stylists, makeup artists and anyone else that wants to be a professional spray tanning consultant.
• Sunless spray tanning is one of the fastest growing services in the beauty industry and has grown by 490% in 5 years!
• Learn the secrets of our most talented estheticians, and get trained using the flawless techniques that have helped thousands of students who succeed, taught live by our team of salon professionals and spray tan business consultants.
• On successful completion of your course, you will receive a Spray Tan Certificate signed by President and Founder, Mitch Bloom, stating that you have successfully trained as an Aviva Labs spray tan professional consultant
Student Review: "I have been able to complete the online training and it has helped not only with spray tanning but it has also helped me with selling product in my skincare line." • Renee
2.Sign Language Interpreting Major at Goshen College
Courses / Programs
Located 25 miles southeast of South Bend, in Goshen, North Indiana, Goshen College is a private, co-educational, residential, college of the liberal arts and sciences rooted in the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition.
The Sign Language Interpreting Department at Goshen College offers major and minor degree programs in American Sign Language. Our major programs are designed to prepare graduates for a professional interpreting career and to use their skills in service to the community as teachers and in the church.
The major courses have concentrations in ASL-English Interpreting or teacher education. The minor program is for students who wish to expand their language skills and cultural knowledge or to enhance other majors such as education, social work, psychology, etc. As part of the Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures Department we provide majors and minors in Spanish as well as lessons in French, Arabic, Khmer, Mandarin and Swahili.
Goshen College is accredited as a standard four-year college by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and is classified as a National Liberal Arts I (B-I) College by the Carnegie Foundation.