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Credit for this course is through clock hours.
Course Description & Content
For persons with less than 2 years of licensed experience, the program is 750 hours. This program endeavors to produce aesthetic instructors who surpass the standards and demands of the professional aesthetics programs. Admission requirements include a 500 word essay as determined by the instructor, an aesthetician audition, a written examination, an interview, a completed work contract, and an aesthetician license in good standing. This course is divided into three sections: (1) Review of curriculum, basic skills of course outlining, lesson planning, and teaching techniques (2) Introduction of lab activities, practicing the lessons learned in the first part listed above plus record keeping (3) Provide the student instructor with advanced lab activities needed to prepare and instruct a classroom situation. All levels of training provide theory lectures/demonstrations.
The objective is to prepare the student instructor to pass the State of Illinois Instructor Exam and to be accomplished as an instructor capable of designing a course, creating lesson plans, demonstration techniques, clinic management, integrating audio visual into lessons, and to lecture for maximum absorption by students. Instructors are employed by schools, distributors, and manufacturers.
The student must successfully pass all tests, complete the progress book, and complete any other assignments given during classes.
A cumulative score composed of attendance, theory exams, assignment completion; applicable practical evaluations are used to determine satisfactory progress throughout the course. All assignments, projects, tests, and hours must be completed before the student is eligible for graduation.
The maximum time frame for the course to be completed is 110%. To complete the course within the contractual obligations, the student must attend class 67% of the time. Students will be billed for hours beyond the terms of their enrollment agreement.
Milady Standard Textbook for Professional Estheticians
Accompanying Workbook for the above (instructor’s edition)
University Exam Booklet (instructor’s edition)
Milady Instructor Workbook
Clinic Activities are applicable periodically throughout the program at all levels of training. The objective of this experience is to prepare the student instructor to supervise the student clinic.
The course will combine various methods of instruction which will include lecture, demonstration, and participation by the student instructor, evaluations, and “hands-on” experience in course outline, lesson plans, lectures, and demonstration. This course will enable the student to begin and learn theory and practical skills on their clients as well as prepare for the salon/spa experience. Instructional techniques will be enhanced with the aid of guest lecturers, if available, and various audio visual materials.
Chicago Campus OPEID 041369
Downers Grove OPEID 041370
CIP Code (Classification of Instructional Program)
2 Digit Credential Level
01 Undergraduate Certificate
Standard Occupational Code (SOC)
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Completion Rates Award Year 09/10 (by Campus)
Chicago: 20% On-Time (100% Attendance) and 75% Completion
Downers Grove: 30% On-Time (100% Attendance) and 100% Completion
Job Placement Rates Award Year 09/10 (by Campus)
Downers Grove: 100%
Median Loan Debt by Campus
Chicago: $0. Private: $7,000.
Downers Grove: $0. Private: $7,000.
Tuition and Fees $7,250.
Books and Supplies $ 250.
The following are to be used as a guide to help you in considering your education and are not paid to our school; not paid by the student or parent.
Not Living with Parents, Full Time: Room and Board $2,400. Misc. $1,200.
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