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Become a Licensed Esthetician

The Esthetician course consists of six-hundred (600) clock hours which include a minimum of 235 clock  hours of technical instruction (lecture, demonstrations, classroom participation and/or examination) with the  remaining 365 clock hours allotted to the completion of the state board’s minimum specified practical  operations.

Esthetician

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Esthetician Program

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About the course

This is a specialty course, which covers all aspects of skin care and make-up. Successful completion of this  course and successful completion of the State Board National Examination and Licensure will allow the  graduate Esthetician Specialist to perform facials (manual & electrical), eyebrow arching and hair removal  (other than by electrolysis), make-up artist, and skin care product representative.

This course covers all phases of Barbering, including:

Regulations

  • All the rules and regulations of the esthetician industry
  • Health and safety standards and how to protect yourself
  • How to use electrical devices
  • Disinfection and sanitation
  • Bacteriology, anatomy, and physiology
  • Analyzing face, and hands to determine disorders

Styling

  • Chemical Procedures
  • Make-up
  • Eyebrow Arching & Hair Removal
  • Facials-Manual, electrical & chemical

Business Management

  • Spa Management
  • Communication and Salesmanship
  • Preparing a resume & employment development
  • Desk and Reception

Ready to Enroll?

Call us at:
(323)-249-0270

Email us at:
info@internationalcosb.com

Educational Goals

Students will attend regularly scheduled theory classes (lecture), read assigned chapters of their text books,  perform actual practical operations (services) on another person, student or mannequin, and must take and  pass assigned tests with a grade point average of 70% (C) or better. The student will learn the technical techniques and methods of performing facials (manual, electrical and chemical), proper make-up techniques, and hair removal techniques, safety and sanitation requirements,  reception desk duties, professionalism, ethics, personal grooming, dress employer-employee relationships,  personal and business ethics, customer relations and communication skills.

Technical instruction will be provided to students in each skill prior to the student actually performing client  services (practical operations). Each unit of instruction is divided into six levels of instruction, (1) Theory classes, (lectures and  demonstration) (2) Theory testing, (written and oral) (3) Practical operation demonstrations, (4) Practical operations on mannequin, student or other person, (5) Complete operations performed on another person,  and (6) Performance reviews (progress evaluations, see satisfactory progress policy).

Instruction is provided to each student involving: how to seek and obtain employment, payroll deductions,  preparation of employment applications, applicable laws and regulations, and consumer safety. Instruction in consumer safety is an on-going concern and is to be practiced throughout every aspect of the course of instruction. The state board recommends that schools provide training in the areas of communication skills that include professional ethics, salesmanship, decorum, record keeping, and client service record cards

The clock hour education is provided through a sequential set of learning steps, which address specific tasks necessary for Graduation, State Board preparation and job entry-level skills. Each student will receive instructions that relate to the performance of useful, creative and productive career oriented activities. Clinic equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the Industry. The course is presented through well-developed lesson plans, which reflect current educational methods. Subjects are presented by means of lecture, demonstration and classroom participation, or examination. Practical operation shall mean the actual performance by the student of a complete service on another person or a mannequin.

The school

Learn from our talented instructors and decades of experiences.


Creating Beauty Artists since 1994

Hands-on

Learn while you do operations on the floor. Constant stream of clients allow for ample opportunities to learn and grow.

curriculum

Tested and reformed over 25+ years, we bring to you a professional curriculum that will allow you to become the beauty professional of your dreams

Need Help?

We're always here for our students, be it in license preparation, job placement, or just some support talk with their admissions counselor.

Preparing for Success

Instruction is provided through set of learning steps, which address specific tasks necessary for Graduation, State Board preparation and job entry-level skills. Each student will receive instructions that relate to the performance of useful, creative and productive career oriented activities. Clinic equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the Industry. The course is presented through well-developed lesson plans, which reflect current educational methods. Subjects are presented by means of lecture, demonstration and classroom participation, or examination. Practical operation shall mean the actual performance by the student of a complete service on another person or a mannequin.

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4085, Tweedy Blvd., South Gate, CA 90280

(323)-249-0270

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