Esthetics Technology

The Esthetics Technology program is designed to provide students with basic knowledge and skills for employment as an esthetician in a salon, spa or as a cosmetic consultant.

The curriculum provides a simulated salon environment, which enables students to develop manipulative skills.  Students will learn how to provide preventative and maintenance care for the skin and may also manufacture, sell, and apply cosmetics. With specialized training, they may choose to work for a dermatologist and provide various treatments for problematic skin under supervision.

Students completing all courses listed in the curriculum will be awarded a program certificate and will be eligible to apply for the State Board Examination if they have a minimum of a 10th grade high school equivalency. After passing the examination, students are awarded a license to practice as a Cosmetologist in Alabama.

A high school diploma or GED® is not required; however, students are required to demonstrate college and career readiness through the Ability to Benefit (ATB) test.

Program Information

Ms. Lori Godwin, Instructor

Email: lgodwin@wallace.edu

Office: 334-983-3521 x2424

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