Master the art and science of skin care and become an esthetician in approximately 3 months.
In the skin care training program you will learn how to cleanse, treat and beautify the skin on the face and body through the following courses:
You will be equipped to perform highly requested facial treatments such as:
Our graduates leave school ready to work in the industry as:
The Skin Care program consists of 300 hours of which 100 hours are designated for student services. The first half of the program is spent in the classroom where you will learn through instructor-led theory lectures, interactive exercises and demonstrations, instructor guided hands-on training and through special events and workshops. The second half is dedicated to applying your acquired skills on the public in the school spa under instructor supervision. Here we will work together with you to conquer any insecurity you may have on the floor or review any course material you may need additional assistance on before taking the course final exam.
Once all theory and service hours are completed and you pass the final exam, you will receive a diploma and will apply for their license through the school. Course content is as follows:
Interest-free payment plans are available for your convenience. A down payment is required, along with weekly payments to the school while in attendance. Please contact an admissions representative for further detail on financing your education.
The Cosmetology Program may be completed in approximately 9 months by a full-time student and 15 months by a part-time student. Completion time will depend on your actual attendance. Classes start weekly.
Full-Time Day: Monday – Friday from 9am-3pm.
Part-Time Day: Monday – Friday from 1:30pm-5pm.
Part-Time Evening: Monday – Friday from 6pm-10pm.
Note: The above schedules reflect the minimum scheduled instructional time students must attend. It may be possible for a student to attend more hours and accelerate their program. For more information, please speak with an admissions representative.