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You can usually take higher education courses if you’re 18 or older. They’re regularly taught in universities, colleges and professional institutions such as art schools or agricultural colleges - nearly all of which have their own websites. You can get a wide range of skills, for example, diplomas, bachelor degrees, foundation degrees and post-graduate degrees.

Are you passionate about your skin? Are you interested in science, health, and beauty? Then you may want to take a skin care course. This type of course may help you to gain the knowledge you need to work in this field.

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Course in Electrolysis

Beauty Schools Of America
Campus 320 hours September 2017 USA Hialeah Homestead

This Electrolysis program will prepare students to be able to work alongside doctors in the growing industry of permanent hair removal. The demand in this field has been steadily increasing since it was developed in 1875. While there are more advanced forms of hair removal, Electrolysis is still a very important method because it does not only treat all hair types with permanent results, but it is also the prerequisite to obtaining a Laser Hair Removal license. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Skin Care 2017. (Offered at the Hialeah & Homestead campuses) Program Objective To prepare students for the Florida Electrolysis Council Examination to become a licensed Electrologist. CLOCK HOURS: 320 Program Description This Electrolysis program will prepare students to be able to work alongside doctors in the growing industry of permanent hair removal. The demand in this field has been steadily increasing since it was developed in 1875. While there are more advanced forms of hair removal, Electrolysis is still a very important method because it does not only treat all hair types with permanent results, but it is also the prerequisite to obtaining a Laser Hair Removal license. Students receive the necessary training to remove hair from the face and body using specialized equipment and techniques. Program Requirements HIV110 HIV/AIDS (10 Hours) EL101 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROLYSIS TECHNIQUES & MODALITIES (15 Hours) EL102 COORDINATION SKILLS WITH PROBE HOLDER & FORCEPS (5 Hours) EL103 INSERTIONS (15 Hours) EL104 BACTERIOLOGY (10 Hours) EL105 SANITATION/STERILIZATION PROCEDURES (10 Hours) EL106 BASICS OF ELECTRICITY (5 Hours) EL107 HANDS ON EQUIPMENT GALVANIC, THERMOLYSIS, & BLEND (15 Hours) EL108 BIOLOGY OF HAIR GROWTH (10 Hours) EL109 INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM (10 Hours) EL110 SKIN ASSESSMENT (15 Hours) EL111 ENDOCRINE SYSTEM (10 Hours) EL112 CIRCULATORY & NERVOUS SYSTEM (10 Hours) EL113 CLIENT ASSESSMENT (10 Hours) EL114 CONSULTATION (20 Hours) EL115 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (10 Hours) EL116 FLORIDA LAW FOR ELECTROLYSIS (10 Hours) EL117 VISUALS/LIBRARY (10 Hours) EL118 CLIENT PRE/POST TREATMENT (5 Hours) EL119 GENERAL TREATMENT PROCEDURE (105 Hours) EL120 EXAM PREPARATION (10 Hours) Services Required CLIENT/SKIN ASSESSMENT; PRE/POST TREATMENT (15 Services) CONSULTATION/GENERAL TREATMENT (120 Services) COORDINATION SKILLS (20 Services) HANDLING EQUIPMENT, MODALITIES OF ELECTRICITY (15 Services) REVIEW/EXAM PREPRATION (10 Services) SANITATION/STERILAZATION (190 Services) VISUALS/LIBRARY (10 Services) All hours and services are those required by the Florida Department of Health (DOH). 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 Electrolysis, Thermolysis and the Blend: The Principles and Practice of Permanent Hair Removal Book, Electrolysis Exam Review: An Excellent Guide for Students of Practitioners Preparing for Regulatory or National Certification Book, and The Blend Method Book. Equipment / Materials Students will receive a uniform, an equipment bag and an electrolysis kit with all the necessary instruments and materials to perform the required services. Graduation After a student completes 320 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 3 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 $ 2,500.00 $100.00 $ 420.00 [-]

Course in Makeup Artist & Skin Care

Beauty Schools Of America
Campus 300 hours September 2017 USA Hialeah Homestead Miami Beach Miami + 2 more

The Makeup Artist and Skin Care program is designed to teach the skills and knowledge required of makeup technicians in spas, salons, and as representatives of major makeup companies. Students learn to perform complete facials and skin treatments, as well as the basics of traditional and artistic makeup. The course teaches techniques and resources to use in order to meet client needs for specific care. [+]

(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 Facial Specialist, as well as learn the basics of Makeup Artistry. CLOCK HOURS: 300 Program Description The Makeup Artist and Skin Care program is designed to teach the skills and knowledge required of makeup technicians in spas, salons, and as representatives of major makeup companies. Students learn to perform complete facials and skin treatments, as well as the basics of traditional and artistic makeup. The course teaches techniques and resources to use in order to meet client needs for specific care. Students receive practical, hands-on experience and learn professional business skills needed to succeed in a growing and competitive industry. Graduates possess the basic knowledge to become makeup artists, retail sales specialists, and skin care consultants. Program Requirements HIV104 HIV/AIDS (4 Hours) BMU101 MAKEUP (36 Hours) SKI101 ETHICS (2 Hours) SKI102 PRODUCT CHEMISTRY (10 Hours) SKI103 HAIR REMOVAL (8 Hours) SKI104 BASICS OF ELECTRICITY (10 Hours) SKI105 SANITATION (10 Hours) SKI106 FLORIDA LAWS FOR SKIN (5 Hours) SKI107 SKIN THEORY, DISEASES & DISORDERS OF THE SKIN (85 Hours) SKI108 FACIAL TECHNIQUES & CONTRAINDICATIONS (130 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) SANITATION (100 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 Textbook. Equipment / Materials Students will receive a uniform, an equipment bag, and a facial and makeup kit with all the necessary instruments and materials to perform the required services. Graduation After a student completes 300 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 2¾ 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 $ 2,792.58 $100.00 $ 574.50 $3,467.08 *Overall Placement Rate: 89.17% Note: The placement rate was calculated using the accrediting agency formula. [-]

Course in Electrolysis & Laser Technician

Beauty Schools Of America
Campus 650 hours September 2017 USA Hialeah Homestead

The Electrolysis and Laser Technician program gives the student multiple licenses so he/she can become a highly marketable employee. Students will learn basic facials, makeup artistry, and various methods of hair removal, whether it be temporary or to permanently remove hair from the face and body using specialized equipment and techniques. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Skin Care 2017. (Offered at the Hialeah & Homestead campuses) Program Objective To prepare students to meet the State of Florida mandated requirements and for the Florida Electrolysis Council Examination so they can become licensed Facial Specialist and Electrologist, as well as to prepare them for the Society for Clinical and Medical Hair removal, Inc. to become a Laser Technician. CLOCK HOURS: 650 Program Description The Electrolysis and Laser Technician program gives the student multiple licenses so he/she can become a highly marketable employee. Students will learn basic facials, makeup artistry, and various methods of hair removal, whether it be temporary or to permanently remove hair from the face and body using specialized equipment and techniques. This program will prepare you with the knowledge to work in clinics, day spas, health spas and spa resorts or salons among other settings. Program Requirements HIV104 HIV/AIDS (4 Hours) HIV110 HIV/AIDS (10 Hours) BMU101 MAKEUP (36 Hours) EL101 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROLYSIS TECHNIQUES & MODALITIES (15 Hours) EL102 COORDINATION SKILLS WITH PROBE HOLDER & FORCEPS (5 Hours) EL103 INSERTIONS (15 Hours) EL104 BACTERIOLOGY (10 Hours) EL105 SANITATION/STERILIZATION PROCEDURES (10 Hours) EL106 BASICS OF ELECTRICITY (5 Hours) EL107 HANDS ON EQUIPMENT GALVANIC, THERMOLYSIS, & BLEND (15 Hours) EL108 BIOLOGY OF HAIR GROWTH (10 Hours) EL109 INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM (10 Hours) EL110 SKIN ASSESSMENT (15 Hours) EL111 ENDOCRINE SYSTEM (10 Hours) EL112 CIRCULATORY & NERVOUS SYSTEM (10 Hours) EL113 CLIENT ASSESSMENT (10 Hours) EL114 CONSULTATION (20 Hours) EL115 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (10 Hours) EL116 FLORIDA LAW FOR ELECTROLYSIS (10 Hours) EL117 VISUALS/LIBRARY (10 Hours) EL118 CLIENT PRE/POST TREATMENT (5 Hours) EL119 GENERAL TREATMENT PROCEDURE (105 Hours) EL120 EXAM PREPARATION (10 Hours) LA101 LASER (30 Hours) SKI101 ETHICS (2 Hours) SKI102 PRODUCT CHEMISTRY (10 hours) SKI103 HAIR REMOVAL (8 Hours) SKI104 BASICS OF ELECTRICITY (10 Hours) SKI105 SANITATION (10 Hours) SKI106 FLORIDA LAWS FOR SKIN (5 Hours) SKI107 SKIN THEORY, DISEASES & DISORDERS OF THE SKIN (85 Hours) SKI108 FACIAL TECHNIQUES & CONTRAINDICATIONS (130 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) SANITATION (100 Services) COORDINATION SKILLS (20 Services) HANDLING EQUIPMENT, MODALITIES OF ELECTRICITY (15 Services) CLIENT/SKIN ASSESSMENT; PRE/POST TREATMENT (15 Services) VISUALS/LIBRARY (10 Services) REVIEW/EXAM PREPRATION (10 Services) CONSULTATION/GENERAL TREATMENT (120 Services) LASER - LEG/UNDERARM/BIKINI/FACE (5 Services) SANITATION/STERILAZATION (195 Services) All hours and services are those required by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) & Florida Department of Health (DOH). 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 Esthetician Fundamental; Electrolysis, Thermolysis and the Blend: The Principles and Practice of Permanent Hair Removal; and Electrolysis Exam Review: An Excellent Guide for Students or Practitioners Preparing for Regulatory or National Certification Exam books. Equipment / Materials Students will receive a uniform, an equipment bag, and kits with all the necessary instruments and materials to perform the required services. Graduation After a student completes 650 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 6 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. 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: 12.0404 CIP Description: Electrolysis and Laser Technician A program that prepares individuals to permanently remove hair from the human scalp, face, and body using specialized charged solid needle probes, and to function as licensed electrologists and electrolysis technicians. Includes instruction in direct current electrolysis, alternating current/high frequency thermolysis, blend/dual modality treatments, equipment theory and operation, safety and sanitation, client evaluation and care, laws and regulations, and business practices. SOC Code: 39-5094 SOC Description: Skin Care Specialist http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5094.00 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: 39-1021 SOC Description: Spa Managers http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-1021.01 SOC Code: 25-1194 SOC Description: Vocational Educational Teachers/Postsecondary http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/25-1194.00 Cost of Attendance for the entire program: Tuition Fees Books & Supplies Total $ 7,587.32 $100.00 $ 994.50 $ 8,681.82 Room & Board Total with Room & Board $ 7,427.00 $ 16,108.82 Overall Placement Rate: N/A – NEW On-time Graduation Rate: N/A – NEW Note: This is a new program and placement and on-time graduation rates have not been calculated. [-]

Course in Comprehensive Facial & Makeup

Beauty Schools Of America
Campus 900 hours September 2017 USA Miami Beach Miami Hialeah Homestead + 2 more

The Comprehensive Facial and Makeup program is designed for students to achieve the highest quality skills in the field of Skin Care and the creative techniques that are demanded of today’s Makeup Artists. This course 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. [+]

(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 Facial Specialist, as well as a professional Makeup Artist. To help students build their confidence and prepare them for the real world. CLOCK HOURS: 900 Program Description The Comprehensive Facial and Makeup program is designed for students to achieve the highest quality skills in the field of Skin Care and the creative techniques that are demanded of today’s Makeup Artists. This course 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 will develop proficiencies in skin care, makeup beauty secrets that all professional Makeup Artists and Skin Care Specialists should know. Students undergo extensive classroom and practical training and will have the opportunity to use their skin care skills in a real life spa setting; ensuring they are fully prepared to enter the job market with the skill and confidence of a professional. They will also have the chance to build a portfolio in order to showcase their work and have an advantage when looking for work in this competitive field. Program Requirements HIV104 HIV/AIDS (4 Hours) BMU101 MAKEUP (36 Hours) CMU101 FACIAL MAKEUP (15 Hours) CMU102 COMPLETE MAKEUP (20 Hours) CMU103 INDUSTRY MAKEUP (40 Hours) CMU104 VINTAGE MAKEUP (25 Hours) CMU105 AIRBRUSH MAKEUP (25 Hours) CMU106 AVANT-GARDE MAKEUP (15 Hours) CMU107 FACE & BODY ART (36 Hours) CMU108 SPECIAL EFFECTS (55 Hours) CMU109 CAREERS AS A MAKEUP ARTIST (5 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 AIRBRUSH MAKEUP (5 Services) AVANT-GARDE MAKEUP (3 Services) CAREER AS A MAKEUP ARTIST (1 Service) COMPLETE MAKEUP (4 Services) FACE & BODY ART (7 Services) FACIAL MAKEUP (3 Services) INDUSTRY MAKEUP (8 Services) SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP (11 Services) VINTAGE MAKEUP (5 Services) 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) SANITATION (120 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 Textbook and the BSA Comprehensive Makeup book. Equipment / Materials Students will receive a uniform, an equipment bag, a facial 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 Comprehensive Facial and Makeup. 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: 12.0406 CIP Description: Makeup Artist Specialist Comprehensive Facial and Makeup includes occupations such as Skin Care Specialists and Makeup Artists. SOC Code: 39-5094 SOC Description: Skin Care Specialists http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5094.00 SOC Code: 39-5091 SOC Description: Makeup Artists, Theatrical and Performance http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5091.00 Cost of Attendance for the entire program: Tuition Fees Books & Supplies Total $ 12,272.00 $100.00 $ 574.50 $ 12,946.50 Room & Board Total with Room & Board $ 9,549.00 $22,495.50 Overall Placement Rate: 84.88% On-time Graduation Rate: 70% Note: The placement rate was calculated using the accrediting agency formula. Students borrowing for the Comprehensive Facial and Make-Up program have a median loan total indebtedness of $8576.00. Monthly payments for the Direct Loan program can 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 Medical Esthetician

Beauty Schools Of America
Campus 750 hours September 2017 USA Homestead

This program includes the entire Skin Care Training Program. Hands-on skills including microdermabrasion, advanced skin care peels and chemical exfoliation, vitamin therapies, ayurvedic facial treatments, herbology, aromatherapy and Body Wrapping. Theory classes are offered in product ingredient knowledge, medical terminology, pre & post-operative treatments, Clinical dermatology and dermal oncology as well as career development skills. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Skin Care 2017. (Offered at the Homestead campus) Note: English only. Students must have a Skin Care License to apply for this program Program Objective To provide the student with the necessary skills to be employed in a medical or advanced clinical skin care environment providing integrated training in both clinical and holistic skin care. CLOCK HOURS: 750 Program Description This program includes the entire Skin Care Training Program. Hands-on skills including microdermabrasion, advanced skin care peels and chemical exfoliation, vitamin therapies, ayurvedic facial treatments, herbology, aromatherapy and Body Wrapping. Theory classes are offered in product ingredient knowledge, medical terminology, pre & post-operative treatments, Clinical dermatology and dermal oncology as well as career development skills. Program Requirements HIV104 HIV/AIDS – (4 hours) MAE 100 Changes in Esthetics – (16 hours) MAE 101 Infection Control – (35 hours) MAE 102 Advanced Histology of the Cell and the Skin – (30 hours) MAE 103 Hormones – (25 hours) MAE 104 Anatomy and Physiology: Muscles and Nerves – (15 hours) MAE 105 Anatomy and Physiology: Cardiovascular Lymphatic Systems – (20 hours) MAE 106 Chemistry and Biochemistry – (15 hours) MAE 107 Laser, Light, Energy, and Radiofrequency Therapy – (20 hours) MAE 108 Wellness Management – (20 hours) MAE 109 Advanced Skin Disorders: Skin in Distress – (40 hours) MAE 110 Skin Typing and Aging Analysis – (20 hours) MAE 111 Skin Care Products: Chemistry, Ingredients, and Selection – (30 hours) MAE 112 Botanicals and Aromatherapy – (25 hours) MAE 113 Ingredients and Products for Skin Issues – (20 hours) MAE 114 Pharmacology for Estheticians – (10 hours) MAE 115 Advanced Facial Techniques – (25 hours) MAE 116 Advances Skin Care Massage – (30 hours) MAE 117 Advanced Facial Devices – (40 hours) MAE 118 Advanced Hair Removal – (45 hours) MAE 119 Advanced Makeup – (40 hours) MAE 120 Spa Treatments – (30 hours) MAE 121 Complementary Wellness Therapies – (30 hours) MAE 122 Ayurveda Theory and Treatments – (20 hours) MAE 123 Working in a Medical Setting – (20 hours) MAE 124 Medical Terminology – (25 hours) MAE 125 Medical Intervention – (30 hours) MAE 126 Plastic Surgery Procedures – (25 hours) MAE 127 Estheticians Role in Pre-and Post-Medical Treatments – (15 hours) MAE 128 Financial Business Skills – (15 hours) MAE 129 Marketing – (15 hours) Services Required FACIALS (40 SERVICES) HAIR REMOVAL (20 Services) MICRODERMABRASION (10 Services) CHEMICAL PEELS (10 Services) ADVANCED DEVICES (10 Services) MAKEUP (5 SERVICES) LASH & BROW TINTING (2 Services) EYELASH APPLICATION (3 Services) SANITATION (100 SERVICES) All hours and services are those required by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) and the Florida Department of Health (DOH). 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 Advanced Textbook. Graduation After a student completes 750 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 6 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. Cost of Attendance for the entire program: Tuition Fees Books & Supplies Total $11,579.01 $100.00 $849.50 $12,528.21 Overall Placement Rate: N/A [-]

Skin Care Specialist

Canadian Beauty College - Barrie
Campus September 2017 Canada Barrie

We are proud to deliver a well rounded vocational certificate in Skin Care. [+]

We are proud to deliver a well rounded vocational certificate in Skin Care. The program objective is to provide individuals with both basic and advanced non invasive cosmetic and skin care theory and practical techniques. Students will be well versed in providing basic skin care services such as facials, specialty skin care treatments, face and back treatment and electro facials using electrotherapy modalities. In addition, students will learn how to perform chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments in a clinical setting. This program provides in depth and detailed knowledge in client consultation, health and safety practices according to Ministry of Health regulations and protocols, and professionalism in the workplace. This comprehensive program is specifically designed for individuals who wish to commence a career with advanced Skin Care knowledge along with the practical and theoretical knowledge surrounding the services offered in a spa. Students will be prepared for a career as a Skin Care Specialist. Career Opportunities The Spa beauty industry is expanding and expected to double in revenues over the next 10 years. This unprecedented growth gives you the opportunity to position yourself in the heart of this exploding field equipped with the best training. The successful graduate will be eligible for employment in dermatology clinics, skin care clinics, day spas, wellness centers, destination spas and more. Prerequisites Personal interview to determine suitability for the program Grade 12 graduate or mature student status (18 years old) with a passing score on the superintendent approved entrance test Wonderlic Personnel Test [-]

Aesthetics

Canadian Beauty College - Barrie
Campus September 2017 Canada Barrie

Our Aesthetics Diploma program gives students the essential skills they need to work in today's modern spa environment and fast-paced beauty [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Skin Care 2017. Pursue Professional Career Opportunities In Aesthetics Our Program Overview Our Aesthetics Diploma program gives students the essential skills they need to work in today's modern spa environment and fast-paced beauty industry. Throughout our program, we give special focus to maintaining a code of ethics and professional image, as well as delivering excellent care for guests. Along with the technical skills students develop in our qualified instructor-led classes, our esthetician courses offer opportunities for the practical application of subject matter. Our students get the benefit of real-world experience before they even graduate! Students will learn about skin care and develop skills in a variety of services normally provided by spa therapists. Along with the core subject material, our students are also given an understanding of business management skills for salon and spas, preparing them to become better employees, future entrepreneurs and business owners. Career Opportunities Over the past eight years alone, the spa industry has experienced tremendous growth, at an astounding rate of 18% annually! And there is no sign of slowing down—the industry is expected to double over the next decade. In an economy where most industries are slowing down, this unprecedented growth rate has increased the demand for professionally trained aestheticians and esthetician courses. Because of this industry boom, qualified graduates are in high demand across the nation and the world. A successful graduate may find great opportunities as a spa therapist or esthetician in salons, wellness centers, resort and destination spas, medical spas, and day spas. The opportunities just keep expanding! For graduates who are interested in becoming entrepreneurs and business owners, the industry offers boundless possibilities. There are many areas to specialize in: makeup, skin care, nail technology, product knowledge and aromatherapy body treatments—just to name a few. With so many services and skills at their disposal, our students are equipped to decide their own futures. Graduation Requirements To successfully complete the program, the student cannot receive grades less than 70% in any subject, resulting in an overall average of 70% or greater. Students must also meet the following requirements: Achieve a satisfactory rating in each of the required abilities in the Skills Assessment Evaluation Pass the NACC exam with a minimum of 70% Submit proof of current CPR certificate Successfully complete the minimum internship hours Successfully complete the practical application hours Credentials To complete and graduate from the Aesthetics Diploma at our aesthetics school, students must pass the Esthetics Standardized Final Theory Examination, which is set and administered by the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC). Along with the Canadian Beauty College Diploma, graduating students will receive a pin and certificate from the NACC which prove that the graduate has the required knowledge to work as a professional aesthetician. Subjects Covered During the Program Introduction to Aesthetics Advanced Anatomy Bacteriology, Sanitation & Sterilization Basic Chemistry, Cosmetic Product & Ingredient Analysis Business Management Cells, Anatomy & Physiology of the Skin Disorders & Diseases of the Skin Electrical Tools for the Esthetician Facials Waxing Hair Removal Human Anatomy & Physiology Body Treatments Job Shadowing Make-Up Artistry Manicures & Pedicures Nutrition [-]