This 30 week curriculum covers a minimum of 450 hours of instruction and training, which upon completion leads to a diploma that will enable the graduate to become licensed in Aesthetics in the state of Wisconsin when State Board testing requirements have been attained.
The course of instruction is based on Milady Standard Esthetics: Fundamentals text. Our curriculum has been designed to provide students with a solid foundation in the fundamentals of aesthetics, which is then expanded to provide our students with the extra knowledge and experience essential to effectively compete
in the salons of the future.
Most aesthetics courses have a THEORY segment; in which fundamental concepts, principles and procedures are taught. In a classroom setting, the theory subject matter is introduced, as well as expanded upon and put into practice on mannequins, student subjects and models. When the student is ready to apply this knowledge in an actual professional setting, the student is scheduled in the STUDENT SALON. In the Student Salon, actual clients receive the professional services of students under the supervision of licensed instructors, as the students gain hands-on experience in a specific course area.
|Theory Hours||Practical Hours||Wisconsin Aesthetics Subjects
(SOC Code 39-5094.00)
|26||0||Law and Code, Bookkeeping, Business Management, History and Ethics|
|30||20||Safety, Sanitation and Sterilization|
|30||0||Anatomy and Physiology|
|24||0||Chemistry, Treatments and Process|
|32||96||Treatment—product and techniques|
|10||35||Electricity, Machines and Equipment|
|12||20||Makeup and Color Analysis|
|65||50||Individual Student Needs and Electives|
|229||221||TOTAL HOURS 450|
Theory: means training through the study of principles and methods.
Practical: means training through action or direct contact with a client or model other than a manikin.