750 Hr. Advanced Esthetics
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Advanced Esthetics Program Highlights

Skin Care is Hot! Spa and Salon services are being added so quickly its difficult to
list them all. In recent years people have grown more interested than ever in the
health and beauty of the skin. Skin care salons and spas along with new beauty
services have popped-up everywhere to satisfy the publics increasing interest in
skin care. As highly trained specialists, Estheticians provide preventative care for
the skin and offer treatments to keep the skin healthy and attractive.

As an Esthetician you can exercise your creative abilities in a stable career that
rewards talent and creativity. How would you like to apply make-up or perform a
facial on a television personality or movie star? How about a career where you
travel frequently and demonstrate the latest cosmetic products to audiences
around the country? Other career opportunities include Beauty Advisor at a make-up
counter, Cosmetic Buyer, Beauty Consultant, Platform Artist, Assistant to Dermatologist
or Cosmetic Surgeon, Representative for a Cosmetic Line or Manufacturer, Make-Up
Artist for the entertainment industry, or even your own Line of Cosmetics. When you
complete your training and acquire the license to practice as an esthetician, exciting
and unlimited opportunities await!

As an esthetician or makeup artist you can exercise your creative abilities in a stable
career that rewards talent. Best of all, for the amount of preparation time and expense,
no other field offers as many job opportunities. With your license in hand, you're on
your way to a lifetime career in a dynamic and prestigious industry.

750 Hour Advanced Esthetics Program Objectives

Skin care is an emerging field and there is a lot to learn with new concepts being
introduced on a regular basis. This is a combination course teaching esthetics and
salon management. This course includes thorough training in theory, demonstration,
and practice in all aspects of facials and skin care.

Students begin as junior esthetician students. They can achieve senior status by
testing out of the junior portion after they earn approximately 50 hours. The student
will learn everything from the esthetician course plus salon management. The
management portion of the course will consist of theory, practical and clinical work.
This combination course is designed to teach the full cosmetology course plus and
allow each student the opportunity to learn to handle the responsibilities of running
a salon efficiently and effectively. They will learn how to solve problems in the salon
including diagnosing problems with skin and recommending remedies. The student
will learn how to schedule appointments, take inventory, hire and train personnel,
maintain a bank account, bookkeeping and how to run a salon floor.

This license qualifies the student to take the state board test in both esthetics
and management. Having completed this course a student will be able to work as
a esthetician, beauty therapist, make-up artist, demonstrator, platform artist, or a
manufacturers representative. Tests are primarily multiple choice to correspond with
the State Board of Cosmetology test, but will also include essay and fill in. We use
the Milady Standard Fundamentals for Estheticians, Milady Standard Fundamentals for
Estheticians Workbook, Milady Standard Fundamentals for Estheticians Exam Review,
and in the management portion a management notebook with corresponding support
materials. Theory is taught through a combination of lecture, handouts, videos, workbooks
and reading. Practical is taught through demonstration, lecture and hands
on practice.

  Hours In Each Subject Area

  Esthetician Porton - 600 Hrs.

Sanitation and Bacteriology:
Sanitation, Sterilization, Bacteriology, Dispensary requirements/operations
Head, Bones- chest/neck/shoulders, Muscles, Nerves, Cells, Tissues
Specialized Equipment & Treatments:
Electricity, Light therapy, Safety & effects, Brow tint/waxing, Artificial lashes
Preparation, Manipulations
Compounds & mixture, Water- chemistry and effects, Ingredients- chemistry
and cosmetics
Preparation, Equipment, Treatments
Skin types/ textures/ nerves, Histology- elasticity and nourishment, Diseases
and disorders
Equipment, implements, products, Color coordination and contouring, Corrective make-up,
Eye make-up
Salon Operations & Communication Skills:
Human relations, Career development, Personality & presentation, Salon operation/
management, Sales/interpersonal skills
Cosmetology Laws and Rules:
Ohio cosmetology laws and rules, Inspection/enforcement

  Advanced Portion - 150 hrs.

Cosmetology Laws & Rules:
Ohio revised code statues, Ohio administrative rules, License & permit policy &
procedures, Continuing education policy & procedures, Inspection& enforcement
policy & procedures
Public Health and Safety:
Sanitation practices & procedures, Sterilization practices & procedures, Dispensary
operations & procedures, Bacteriology, contagious & communicable disease control,
Salon operation & procedures, Consumer & product safety
Advanced Techniques:
Advanced anatomy of hair & scalp, Advanced haircutting & styling, Advanced chemical
services, Salon supervision & management, Specialized equipment use & control,
Product & service sales training, Communication skills



Esthetics Start Dates

We begin the esthetician management course the first Tuesday of each month.


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