Cosmetology & Advanced Program

Cosmetologists work in the health and beauty field.  Graduates of The Adult Technical Training Cosmetology School are trained to deliver safe, effective treatments for hair, skin, nails, and massage. Cosmetologists work in day spas, private salons, in-home salons and department stores. They must be able to manage a schedule, handle client billing, be skillful in the latest techniques, and have an upbeat, cheerful attitude with strong interpersonal skills.  Adult Technical Training provides an Ohio State Board of Cosmetology approved curriculum.

 

The Cosmetology License is a general beauty license that will allow the licensee to work as a manicurist, stylist, and/or beautician.

Course Content Includes

  • Hair Techniques

  • Salon Operation & Communication

  • Cosmetology Laws & Rules

  • Scalp Care

  • Manicuring

  • Skin Care

  • Sanitation & Bacteriology

Time To Complete

  • 24 Month (1800-Hour) Program

Tuition Cost

  • $10,000

Supply Cost

  • $1,268

Classes Are Offered:

Fall Quarter- September 25, 2017

Mon. - Thurs. 3:30 PM - 8:30 PM

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Spring Quarter- April 2, 2018

Mon. - Thurs. 3:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Pell Eligible

Transfer to Degree Pathway Eligible

Salon Services

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Certifications Received

Upon graduation students will receive a certificate.  Graduation requirements consist of completing 1800-hours of training, obtaining a passing grade of 80% or greater, and all fees being paid in full.

Graduates are eligible to sit for the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology Examination.

Ohio State Board of Cosmetology

1929 Gateway Circle
Grove City, OH 43123
614-466-3834

Contact to Learn More

Lenora Lada

 

llada@thecareercenter.net

740-373-6283

Lori Smith

 

lsmith@thecareercenter.net

740-373-6283

WorkKeys Assessment

This program has benchmark WorkKeys assessment scores which must be obtained prior to admissions into the program.  Remediation through Aspire or KeyTrain is available for those who do not initially meet the necessary scores.  Click here to learn more.