MANAGING COSMETOLOGY 1800 Hours
Managing Cosmetology Full Time: Tuesday – Saturday from 8:30 a.m.to 5:00 p.m.
Managing Cosmetology Part Time: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Saturday’s from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
In this comprehensive program, receive professional training in the latest styles and techniques in hair cutting and styling, skin care, nail care, and makeup. From a foundation of theoretical knowledge, you will practice and perfect your techniques and learn professional business building skills. Upon completion, you will be prepared for your state board exam and career as a hair stylist, nail technician, make-up artist, esthetician or salon owner.
You'll start by learning the fundamentals of cutting, styling and chemical restructuring of hair; skin and nail care; makeup; and the related sciences. Lectures, demonstrations and workshops concentrate on developing skill and accuracy and reinforcing classroom knowledge. You'll be introduced to retailing, client servicing and personal development skills. This unit also covers state safety requirements.
Advanced I, II
Unlock your creativity as you explore the latest trends and techniques in hair cutting, styling, coloring, permanent waving and chemical restructuring. Time in the clinic allows you to become increasingly confident in your professional abilities, and you begin to learn vital employment and career-advancing skills such as successful interviewing and resume writing.
Get ready to launch your career with in-depth training in client service, time management, self-promotion, goal-setting, merchandising and entrepreneurship. Your speed, accuracy and concentration are now ready for the salon. You can demonstrate competency in all tasks required for the skill certification examination, and possess the theoretical knowledge you need to pass the written examination required by the State of Ohio. It's time to realize your dreams as a salon professional.
The Cosmetology curriculum is designed to prepare students for the State of Ohio Licensing examination and for gainful employment. A student will learn the technical, personal and business skills to prepare you for work in a professional salon as a cosmetologist, retail sales specialist, salon manager or owner.
An Aveda Institute education is rigorous and thorough. Throughout the 45 week Cosmetology program, you’ll cover the following topics in varying levels of depth and detail, giving you an exceptional foundation for your professional career.
Anatomy & Physiology
Chemical Hair Relaxing/Restructuring
State Rules and Regulations
Provisions of Chapter 644 of NRS & the Regulations
Reception Desk Training