Esthetics 600 hr program
What you learn in the 600-hr Esthetic program:
Sanitation procedures, Anatomy & Physiology, Histology of the Skin , Skin diseases and Disorders, Client consultations and Interactions, Skin Analysis, Basic Facials, Facials incorporating Machines: galvanic, high frequency, brush and vacuum, cryotherapy, ultra-sonic skin scrubber, oxygen therapy, LED light therapy, microdermabrasion and hydrodermabrasion, Eyelash Extensions, Chemical Peels, Extractions, Lash lifts and tints, Waxing hair removal, eyebrow shapes and tinting, Sugaring hair removal, Make-up and application techniques, and spray tans.
Our esthetic students learn using professional products and state-of-the-art equipment and techniques. In a very short time you could be on your way to a new career! Our 600-hour program meets all state requirements for Wisconsin. In addition, our Advanced 150-hour program provides the additional hours required to become a Licensed Esthetician in Illinois. We have devised our program to offer some flexible in scheduling. You must be able to attend a minimum of 25 hours per week, but those hours may be customized to meet your needs with the exceptions of the one designated class day. The program is taught as an independent study for your theory(bookwork) hours guided by your instructional staff and a detailed class syllabus. It is a non-traditional teaching platform and requires students to be focused, motivated and capable of independent study and work.
In order to be eligible for our Advanced Esthetic Program you must first complete our 600-hour Esthetic Program.
UPDATE: Next Class June 15th, 2021, Following session September 13th, 2021
The Esthetic program is currently in high demand and we are experiencing full class dates. If you are looking to enroll in 2021, please complete the enrollment process as soon as you can to ensure your enrollment. The program dates are filled on a first come basis.
2021 Esthetic Program Tuition & Fees: 600-Hour Program
Total Charges: $12,000.00
Advanced Esthetic Program Tuition & Fees: 150-Hour Program
Total Charges: $2,500.00
Financial Aid is available for those who qualify! Fill out you FAFSA today at studentaid.gov.