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Education Guys: Guide to Technical Education

Cosmetology Schools

Actual cosmetologists may need to pursue the cosmetology program and then apply for licensure within their state of residency to become professionals within their field. People who study cosmetology may generally wind up with jobs in hair salons, barber shops, spas, and beauty salons. The duties of these professionals may include things like cutting and styling hair, doing nails and/or makeup, coloring hair, working with clients to decide upon the right look, being creative in their abilities, managing people and businesses, and other duties depending on the exact position that is held. The licensing for cosmetology professionals must be kept up to date, as well, and the guidelines for renewal will vary from one state to the next. According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics cosmetology professionals earning $10.82 an hour on average or $22,500 in 2012, depending on the exact job role and duties that are performed. The career future for cosmetologists and other personal appearance workers appears to be quite positive. Through the next decade as personal care becomes more popular, the field will see above average growth in many areas and steady growth in others.

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            • Provides complete training and licensure preparation for aspiring cosmetologists.
            • Allows students to customize their schedule with day and night classes.
            • Offers advanced training classes in beauty and wellness.
            • Has top instructors with vast, real-world experience in the industry.
            • Teaches students important, innovative business and financial training.
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            • Students can obtain experience and expertise in the latest cosmetology procedures and techniques, plus the salon business skills needed to put their talents to use.  
            • Offers cosmetology training to prepare students for a career as a professional stylist, skin care specialist, image consultant, make up technician, and more.
            • Each campus features a public salon and spa for student practice.
            • The Milan Institute has successfully graduated over 25,000 students since 1985.
            • Part of the family-owned Milan Institute school group.
            • 8 campuses across California, Texas, Nevada, and Idaho, in addition to 11 Milan Institute campuses.
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            • Offers career programs in accounting, cosmetology, massage therapy, physical fitness training, and more.
            • Provides hands-on training led by instructors who have relevant, on-the-job experience.
            • Each campus features a public salon and spa for student practice.
            • Campuses are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET) and Council on Occupational Education (COE).
            • 11 campuses across California, Texas, Nevada and Idaho, as well as 8 additional Milan Institute of Cosmetology campuses.
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            Start your career with training from Blake Austin College - Beauty Academy. We offer programs in cosmetology, massage therapy, and holistic health, plus a combination esthetics/massage program.