Esthetics Curriculum

Esthetician entails teaching the art of facials, temporary removal of superfluous hair, and skin care. Upon completion of 600 clock ;hours, approximately 4.5 months @ 40 hours per week and a passing grade of 80% on senior board exams the student may then be certified to take the state board national examination for his/her licensure. This license will enable the esthetician to provide service to both men and women. There are many fields opened to qualified estheticians. (Accelerated course offered can be complete in 3–1/2 months.)

Possible esthetics career paths include: Esthetician, platform artist, industry rep/educator, salon owner/manager, retail/wholesale sales, and instructor.

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ESTHETICS Courses —600 Clock Hours Minimum

COURSES
and COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Hours of TECHNICAL THEORY INSTRUCTION
Hours of PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION
Skin Care
(face, neck andhands)
25
100
Facials
25
100
Temporary Removal
of Superfluous Hair

(face, neck and hands)
20
50
Disinfecting
(work stations, equipment, tools,
proper use, storage of linens)
25
100
First Aid
15
25
Safety
(use, storage of chemicals,
implements & appliances)
15
25
Diseases/Disorders
(skin or face, neck and hands)
25
50
TOTAL HOURS
150
450
Minimum Theory Hours
Minimum Practical Hours
150
450
TOTAL
600