COSMETOLOGY 1600 Clock Hour Program
$1,000 Tuition ACES Grant/Scholarship if you enroll for our May 30, 2017 Class!
Curriculum focuses on the fundamental, expanding and advanced levels of Cosmetology arts and sciences. Instruction is presented to gain knowledge of precision techniques and technical skills to reach and perform at a level of mastering beauty service competencies to render guest services while under instructor supervision. An interesting FYI - According to the US Department of Labor Cosmetologists jobs are expected to grow by 14% by 2016.
The success of this program will become your personal satisfaction of discovering your creativity and developing your individual professional growth to reflect your sense of value, style and talent.
The primary purpose of Cosmetology is to train students in the theory and practical experiences in hair design, cutting, coloring, thermal services, chemical texturing, nail care, skin care, makeup, salesmanship, marketing and business skills that will prepare them for salon employment opportunities.
Our programs are particularly directed toward developing student’s desirable habits and attitudes with respect to health, sanitation, safety and guest satisfaction.
Clinical training within CBC’s student salon will develop positive and professional attitudes while mastering hands-on practical skills to encourage self-reliance and a positive readiness for salon success.
California Beauty College is providing the following program information as an institution that participates in the Federal Student Assistance programs as authorized by Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, (HEA 2008) related to Title IV – eligible educational programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation. The regulations require institutions to provide certain disclosures about each program that leads to gainful employment to current students and prospective students.
THE FOLLOWING ARE THE CONSUMER DISCLOSURES FOR THE GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMS
Cosmetology OPEID: 02065700
12.04 01 Title: Cosmetology/Cosmetologist, General
Length in Monsths
Occupational # 1
O*NET - S OC Code: *39-501200
*Per the United States Department of Education, a recognized occupation is defined by an Occupational Information Network O*NET – SOC Code established by the Department of Labor and available at:
Entry level job opportunities are available for our Cosmetology students when training is completed and the graduate becomes a licensed Cosmetologist. Graduates become employed in salons, day spas, chain salons, brow bars, retail stores, beauty schools, beauty product educators and sales consultants.
Examples: LICENSED COSMETOLOGIST:
SOC code 39-5012.00
Please review O*Net website for additional information regarding Cosmetology Occupations at www.onetonline.org
1. General cosmetology knowledge covering all areas of the “Art of Hairstyling.” There are both chemical and non-chemical.
a. Chemical – Permanent Waving, Chemical Straightening, Hair Coloring, etc.
b. Non-Chemical – Hairstyling, Haircutting, Facial Expert.
2. All levels of Management.
3. Education Positions
4. Merchandising Field – Sales, Buyer, Seller, etc
5. Scientific Field – Demonstrator, Research, etc.
6. Writing Field – Promotional Writer, Beauty Editor, etc
Makeup Artists, Theatrical and Performance (39-5092)
Retail Salesperson (41-2031),
COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM COST OF ATTENDANCE
E-Books, Tablet, Bloom.com,
Lab Fees, Tripod rental
Kits: MAC Make-up, Dermalogica,
Wella, CND, Marianna
|Enrollment Fee||$ 100.00|
Total Program Cost
Institution offers housing
No on-campus housing
To complete on-time the student must have 100% attendance. The on-time completion rate does not include absence hours, leave of absence and student schedule of attendance changes.