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Course in Nail Technician

Beauty Schools Of America
Campus Full time 240 hours September 2017 USA Miami

The Nail Technician program prepares students to become trained professionals in a growing industry. Students participate in a hands-on program of instruction in all areas of nail care, including practical application, related theory, infectious control, and customer service. The program is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge to provide basic manicures. [+]

Course Studies in Beauty Industry in Lake Park in USA. (Offered at all campuses) Program Objective To prepare students to meet the Florida State Board of Cosmetology mandated requirements to become a licensed Nail Technician. CLOCK HOURS: 240 Program Description The Nail Technician program prepares students to become trained professionals in a growing industry. Students participate in a hands-on program of instruction in all areas of nail care, including practical application, related theory, infectious control, and customer service. The program is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge to provide basic manicures. Students may exercise their artistic talents with creative projects in nail design. Students will gain expertise that will equip them to work in nail salons, hotel spas, cruise ships, and at other nail service providers. Program Requirements HIV104 HIV/AIDS (4 Hours) NT101 PROFESSIONAL IMAGE (25 Hours) NT102 NAIL TIPS & WRAPS (25 Hours) NT103 UV GELS (25 Hours) NT104 ARTIFICAL NAIL REMOVAL (10 Hours) NT105 MONOMER LIQUIDS & POLYMER POWDER (25 Hours) NT106 NAIL FILL-INS (10 Hours) NT107 NAIL DISEASES & DISORDERS (25 Hours) NT108 INFECTION CONTROL: PRINCIPLES & PRACTICES (25 Hours) NT109 FLORIDA LAW FOR NAILS (5 Hours) NT110 POLISH & NAIL ART (11 Hours) NT111 MANICURING (25 Hours) NT112 PEDICURING (25 Hours) Services Required ARTIFICIAL NAIL REMOVAL (5 Services) EVENTS (3 Services) MANICURE (20 Services) NAIL FILL-INS (10 Services) NAIL WRAPS AND/OR MENDING (10 Services) PEDICURE (10 Services) POLISHING & NAIL ART (10 Services) SANITATION (95 Services) SCULPTING USING A FORM (15 Services) TIPS WITH OVERLAY (15 Services) All hours and services are those required by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR). Note: All programs are taught in a cycle. Students are able to start at any point of the cycle and still fulfill all program requirements. Books Milady’s Standard Nail Technology Textbook. Equipment / Materials Students will receive a uniform, an equipment bag, and a nail kit with all the necessary instruments and materials to perform the required services. Graduation After a student completes 240 hours, services, exams and fulfills all financial obligations to the school, a certificate will be awarded. Completion Time Completion time depends on the number of hours the student attends weekly. Based on a 30 hour per week schedule, the normal time frame of completion would be 2 ½ months. Method of Payment Tuition and fee payments may be arranged on a weekly or monthly basis. The first payment is due on the first day of class, and on the same day of every week or month thereafter. Cost of Attendance for the entire program: Tuition Fees Books & Supplies Total $ 750.00 $100.00 $ 275.00 $ 1,125.00 *Overall Placement Rate: 90.62% Note: The placement rate was calculated using the accrediting agency formula. [-]

Course in Full Specialist with Salon Management

Beauty Schools Of America
Campus Full time 900 hours September 2017 USA Lake Park

The Full Specialist with Salon Management program combines two disciplines to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and attitude to work in a wide range of capacities throughout the beauty and health industry. Students develop proficiencies in skin care, makeup, nail technology, and client consultation. [+]

(Offered at the Hialeah, Miami, Homestead & South Beach campuses) Program Objective To prepare students to meet the State of Florida mandated requirements to become a licensed Full Specialist. CLOCK HOURS: 900 Program Description The Full Specialist with Salon Management program combines two disciplines to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and attitude to work in a wide range of capacities throughout the beauty and health industry. Students develop proficiencies in skin care, makeup, nail technology, and client consultation. Further training includes facets of career and business management. Program Requirements HIV104 HIV/AIDS (4 Hours) BMU101 MAKEUP (36 Hours) NT101 PROFESSIONAL IMAGE (25 Hours) NT102 NAIL TIPS & WRAPS (25 Hours) NT103 UV GELS (25 Hours) NT104 ARTIFICAL NAIL REMOVAL (10 Hours) NT105 MONOMER LIQUIDS & POLYMER POWDER (25 Hours) NT106 NAIL FILL-INS (10 Hours) NT107 NAIL DISEASES & DISORDERS (25 Hours) NT108 INFECTIOUS CONTROL: PRINCIPLES & PRACTICES (25 Hours) NT109 FLORIDA LAW FOR NAILS (5 Hours) NT110 POLISH & NAIL ART (11 Hours) NT111 MANICURING (25 Hours) NT112 PEDICURING (25 Hours) SKI101 ETHICS (2 Hours) SKI102 PRODUCT CHEMISTRY (10 Hours) SKI103 HAIR REMOVAL (8 Hours) SKI104 BASICS OF ELECTRICITY (10 Hours) SKI105 SANITATION (14 Hours) SKI106 FLORIDA LAWS FOR SKIN (5 Hours) SKI107 SKIN THEORY, DISEASES & DISORDERS OF THE SKIN (85 Hours) SKI108 FACIAL TECHNIQUES & CONTRAINDICATIONS (130 Hours) SKI109 ADVANCED FACIAL TECHNIQUES (30 Hours) SKI110 ADVANCED FACIAL DEVICES (30 Hours) SKI111 ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES (30 Hours) SKI112 AYURVEDA THEORY & TREATMENTS (30 Hours) SKI113 BOTANICALS & AROMATHERAPY (30 Hours) SKI114 ADVANCED SKINCARE MASSAGE(30 Hours) SKI115 SPA TREATMENTS (30 HOURS) SKI116 SALON & SPA MANAGEMENT (150 HOURS) Services Required EYELASH APPLICATION (10 Services) FACIALS (40 Services) HAIR REMOVAL (20 Services) LASH & BROW TINTING (10 Services) MAKEUP APPLICATION (10 Services) MANUAL EXTRACTIONS (5 Services) SET/USE/MAINTAIN ELECTRICAL DEVICES (5 Services) ADVANCED HAIR DEVICES (10 Services) ADVANCED HAIR REMOVAL (10 Services) ARTIFICIAL NAIL REMOVAL (5 Services) EVENTS (3 Services) MANICURE (20 Services) NAIL FILL-INS (10 Services) NAIL WRAPS AND/OR MENDING (10 Services) PEDICURE (10 Services) POLISHING & NAIL ART (10 Services) SCULPTING USING A FORM (15 Services) TIPS WITH OVERLAY (15 Services) SANITATION (215 Services) All hours and services are those required by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR). Note: All programs are taught in a cycle. Students are able to start at any point of the cycle and still fulfill all program requirements. Books Milady’s Standard Esthetics Fundamentals and Milady’s Standard Nail Technology Textbooks. Equipment / Materials Students will receive a uniform, an equipment bag, and a skincare, nail and makeup kit with all the necessary instruments and materials to perform the required services. Graduation After a student completes 900 hours, services, exams and fulfills all financial obligations to the school, a certificate will be awarded. Completion Time Completion time depends on the number of hours the student attends weekly. Based on a 25 hour per week schedule, the normal time frame of completion would be 8 months. Method of Payment Tuition and fee payments may be arranged on a weekly or monthly basis. The first payment is due on the first day of class, and on the same day of every week or month thereafter. Federal Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. Gainful Employment The Higher Education Act of 1965 requires proprietary and vocational colleges to provide an eligible program of training to prepare students for Gainful Employment. Below you will find information for related occupations listed for Full Specialist with Salon Management. The web link will provide information for tasks, knowledge, skills, abilities, work activities, work context, job zone, education, interests, work styles, work values, related occupations, wages and employment trends, other sources and additional information. Also included is the on-time graduation rate, tuition, fees, room and board, books and supplies, job placement rate, and median loan debt incurred. CIP Code: 12.0409 CIP Description: Aesthetician/Esthetician and Skin Care Specialist Full Specialist with Salon Management includes occupations such as Skin Care Specialists, Manicurists, Pedicurists and First-Line supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers. SOC Code: 39-5094 SOC Description: Skin Care Specialists http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5094.00 SOC Code: 39-5092 SOC Description: Manicurists and Pedicurists http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5092.00 SOC Code: 39-1021 SOC Description: First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-1021.00 Cost of Attendance for the entire program: Tuition Fees Books & Supplies Total $12,042.17 $100.00 $849.50 $12,991.67 Room & Board Total with Room & Board $9,549.00 $22,540.67 Overall Placement Rate: 84.25% On-time Graduation Rate: 63% Note: The placement rate was calculated using the accrediting agency formula. Students borrowing for the Full Specialist with Salon Management program have a median loan total indebtedness of $9318.50. Monthly payments for the Direct Loan program must start at $50.00. To calculate your monthly repayment amount for your total student loan borrowed you can access www.finaid.org/calculators. Median Loan Debt for Private Educational Loans after graduation: N/A Median Loan Debt for Institutional Loan debt after graduation: N/A [-]

Course in Barbering

Beauty Schools Of America
Campus Full time 1200 hours September 2017 USA Miami Beach

The Barber program will prepare you to obtain the knowledge and expertise necessary to work in a high-end traditional or modern barbershop/salon. This comprehensive program will provide you with the proper training in a variety of areas. [+]

Course Studies in Beauty Industry in Lake Park in USA. (Offered at all campuses) Program Objective To prepare students for the State of Florida Barber’s Board Examination to become a licensed Barber. To help students build their confidence and prepare them for the real world. CLOCK HOURS: 1,200 Program Description The Barber program will prepare you to obtain the knowledge and expertise necessary to work in a high-end traditional or modern barbershop/salon. This comprehensive program will provide you with the proper training in a variety of areas such as the following: cutting with shears, styling hair, modern fades, shaving techniques as well as chemicals (perms/relaxers) in order to offer clients an array of services including artistic designs using color combinations to name a few. After the completion of this exciting program, you will have the skills necessary to be a platform artist, become a celebrity barber, or work with the most competitive companies in the industry. Courses Required HIV102 HIV/AIDS (2 Hours) BA101 LIFE & STUDY SKILLS (15 Hours) BA102 THE HISTORY OF BARBERING (30 Hours) BA103 PROFESSIONAL IMAGE (40 Hours) BA104 MICROBIOLOGY (40 Hours) BA105 INFECTION CONTROL & SAFE WORK PRACTICES (60 Hours) BA106 IMPLEMENTS, TOOLS & EQUIPMENT (60 Hours) BA107 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (50 Hours) BA108 CHEMISTRY (50 Hours) BA109 ELECTRICITY & LIGHT THERAPY (35 Hours) BA110 PROPERTIES & DISORDERS OF THE SKIN (50 Hours) BA111 PROPERTIES & DISORDERS OF THE HAIR & SCALP (50 Hours) BA112 TREATMENTS OF THE HAIR & SCALP (40 Hours) BA113 SHAVING & FACIAL HAIR DESIGN (60 Hours) BA114 MEN’S HAIRCUTTING & STYLING (75 Hours) BA115 MEN’S HAIR REPLACEMENT (50 Hours) BA116 WOMEN’S HAIRCUTTING & STYLING (60 Hours) BA117 CHEMICAL TEXTURE SERVICES (120 Hours) BA118 HAIR COLORING & LIGHTENING (120 Hours) BA119 NAILS & MANICURING (53 Hours) BA120 STATE BOARD PREPARATION & LICENSING LAWS (60 Hours) BA121 THE JOB SEARCH (35 Hours) BA122 BARBERSHOP MANAGEMENT (45 Hours) Services Required CHEMICAL TEXTURES (50 Services) COLOR & HIGHLIGHTS (50 Services) MEN’S HAIR CUTTING & STYLING (150 Services) SANITATION (150 Services) SHAMPOOING/TREATMEAN OF THE HAIR & SCALP (35 Services) SHAVING & FACIAL HAIR DESIGN (50 Services) WOMEN’S HAIR CUTTING & STYLING (150 Services) All hours and services are those required by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR). Note: All programs are taught in a cycle. Students are able to start at any point of the cycle and still fulfill all program requirements. Books Milady’s Standard Professional Barbering Textbook, Milady’s Standard Professional Barbering Workbook, and Milady’s Standard Professional Barbering Review Book. Equipment / Materials Students will receive a uniform, an equipment bag and a hair kit with all the necessary instruments and materials to perform the required services. Graduation After a student completes 1,200 hours, services, exams and fulfills all financial obligations to the school, a certificate will be awarded. Completion Time Completion time depends on the number of hours the student attends weekly. Based on a 25 hour per week schedule, the normal time frame of completion would be 11 months. Method of Payment Tuition and fee payments may be arranged on a weekly or monthly basis. The first payment is due on the first day of class, and on the same day of every week or month thereafter. Federal Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. Gainful Employment The Higher Education Act of 1965 requires proprietary and vocational colleges to provide an eligible program of training to prepare students for Gainful Employment. Below you will find information for related occupations listed for Barbering. The web link will provide information for tasks, knowledge, skills, abilities, work activities, work context, job zone, education, interests, work styles, work values, related occupations, wages and employment trends, other sources and additional information. Also included is the on-time graduation rate, tuition, fees, room and board, books and supplies, job placement rate, and median loan debt incurred. CIP Code: 12.0402 CIP description: Barbering/Barber The Barber program includes occupations such as Barber and First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers. SOC Code: 39-5011 SOC Description: Barbers http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5011.00 SOC Code: 39-1021 SOC Description: First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-1021.00 Cost of Attendance for the entire program: Tuition Fees Books & Supplies Total $14,473.80 $100.00 $1,537.30 $16,111.10 Room & Board Total with Room & Board $12,732.00 $28,843.10 Overall Placement Rate: 85.2% On-time Graduation Rate: 55% Note: The placement rate was calculated using the accrediting agency formula. Students borrowing for the Barber program have a median loan total indebtedness of $9454.00 after graduation. Monthly payments for the Direct Loan program must start at $50.00. To calculate your monthly repayment amount for your total student loan borrowed you can access www.finaid.org/calculators. Median Loan Debt for Private Educational Loans after graduation: N/A Median Loan Debt for Institutional Loan debt after graduation: N/A Note: The State of Florida Barber’s Board which is responsible for licensing Barbers, has varied restrictions which may affect an individual with a history of a felony conviction. Prospective students are responsible for contacting the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation and/or Florida Barber’s Board concerning any questions regarding their eligibility for licensure prior to enrolling. After completion of the program, the student/ candidate is required to list all background information along with the application, given that it is required to become approved for licensure. Afterward, the State Board is responsible for approving or denying any candidate upon completion of the program. [-]

Course in Cosmetology

Beauty Schools Of America
Campus Full time 1200 hours September 2017 USA Lake Park

The Cosmetology program prepares students with knowledge in all facets of the beauty industry. Students acquire proficiency in hair, skin, makeup, and nails. Foundational skills grow while learning on mannequins, classmates, and volunteer models. Gradual program skills advance to working with customers in a controlled salon setting under the supervision of licensed professionals. [+]

(Offered at all campuses) Program Objective To prepare students for the Florida State Board of Cosmetology Examination in order to become licensed Cosmetologists with a professional demeanor and a successful track record of knowledge, salon business, and employability. By demonstrating these key factors, we will be able to provide a well-rounded graduate. To help students build their confidence and prepare them for the real world. CLOCK HOURS: 1,200 Program Description The Cosmetology program prepares students with knowledge in all facets of the beauty industry. Students acquire proficiency in hair, skin, makeup, and nails. Foundational skills grow while learning on mannequins, classmates, and volunteer models. Gradual program skills advance to working with customers in a controlled salon setting under the supervision of licensed professionals. Techniques include runway fashion, wedding styles, special hair effects, up-dos and all facets of hair care and styling. The curriculum satisfies state requirements for professional licensing, equipping graduates to work in salons, barbershops, and spas. Program Requirements HIV104 HIV/AIDS (4 Hours) BMU102 FACIAL MAKEUP (21 Hours) COS101 LIFE SKILLS AND ETHICS (25 Hours) COS102 PROPERTIES OF HAIR & SCALP (25 Hours) COS103 SCALP CARE, SHAMPOOING & CONDITIONING (30 Hours) COS104 SANITATION (20 Hours) COS105 BASICS OF CHEMISTRY & ELECTRICITY (20 Hours) COS106 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (20 Hours) COS107 PRINCIPLES OF HAIR DESIGN (10 Hours) COS108 HAIRSTYLING (195 Hours) COS109 WIGS, EXTENSION, & BRAIDING (10 Hours) COS110 HAIRCUTTING (50 Hours) COS111 CHEMICAL TEXTURE SERVICES & PERMANENT WAVING (95 Hours) COS112 HAIRCOLORING (75 Hours) COS113 SEEKING EMPLOYMENT (10 Hours) COS114 ON THE JOB (10 Hours) COS115 SALON BUSINESS (10 Hours) COS116 FLORIDA LAWS FOR COSMETOLOGY (6 Hours) COS117 STATE BOARD REVIEW (350 Hours) NT113 THE NAILS (60 Hours) SKI115 SKIN STRUCTURE & GROWTH (87.5 Hours) SKI116 FACIALS & FACIAL TECHNIQUES (66.5 Hours) Services Required FACIAL MAKEUP (10 SERVICES) SCALP/HAIR CARE (45 Services) SHAMPOO (50 Services) SANITATION (640 Services) HAIRSTYLING (300 Services) HAIRCUTTING (75 SERVICES) CHEMICAL WAVING, RELAXING & STRAIGHTENING (65 Services) HAIR COLORING (45 Services) NAILS (40 SERVICES) FACIALS (5 SERVICES) HAIR REMOVAL (5 SERVICES) All hours and services are those required by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR). Note: All programs are taught in a cycle. Students are able to start at any point of the cycle and still fulfill all program requirements. Books Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Textbook, Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Workbook for Theory and Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Workbook for Practical. Equipment/Materials Students will receive a uniform, an equipment bag, and a hair, makeup and nail kit with all the necessary instruments and materials to perform the required services. Graduation After a student completes 1,200 hours, services, exams and fulfills all financial obligations to the school, a certificate will be awarded. Completion Time Completion time depends on the number of hours the student attends weekly. Based on a 25 hour per week schedule, the normal time frame of completion would be 11 months Method of Payment Tuition and fee payments may be arranged on a weekly or monthly basis. The first payment is due on the first day of class, and on the same day of every week or month thereafter. Federal Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. Gainful Employment The Higher Education Act of 1965 requires proprietary and vocational colleges to provide an eligible program of training to prepare students for Gainful Employment. Below you will find information for related occupations listed for Cosmetology. The web link will provide information for tasks, knowledge, skills, abilities, work activities, work context, job zone, education, interests, work styles, work values, related occupations, wages and employment trends, other sources and additional information. Also included is the on-time graduation rate, tuition, fees, room and board, books and supplies, job placement, and median loan debt incurred. CIP Code: 12.0401 CIP Description: Cosmetology/Cosmetologist, General Cosmetology includes occupations such as Hairdressers, Hairstylists and Cosmetologists, Vocational and Postsecondary Education Teachers, First-Line Supervisor/Managers of Personal Service Workers and Shampooers. SOC Code: 39-5012 SOC Description: Hairdressers, Hairstylists and Cosmetologists http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5012.00 SOC Code: 25-1194 SOC Description: Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/25-1194.00 SOC Code: 39-1021 SOC Description: First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-1021.00 SOC Code: 39-5093 SOC Description: Shampooers http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5093.00 Cost of Attendance for the entire program: Tuition Fees Books & Supplies Total $14,473.80 $100.00 $1,537.30 $16,111.10 Room & Board Total with Room & Board $12,732.00 $28,843.10 Overall Placement Rate: 88.38% On-Time Graduation Rate: 61% Note: The placement rate was calculated using the accrediting agency formula. Students borrowing for the Cosmetology program have a median loan total indebtedness of $9454.00 after graduation. Monthly payments for the Direct Loan program must start at $50.00. To calculate your monthly repayment amount for your total student loan borrowed you can access www.finaid.org/calculators. Median Loan Debt for Private Educational Loans after graduation: N/A Median Loan Debt for Institutional Loan debt after graduation: N/A [-]