Do you love keeping track of the latest trends when it comes to skin care? Perhaps you enjoy sharing tips with others on how to have glowing, radiant skin? Maybe you have always been intrigued with the work Estheticians do? If any of this sounds familiar, training to become a licensed Esthetician could be a great career for you.
At Dorsey School of Beauty, our Esthetician program can help you get on your way. We are ready to assist you in obtaining the knowledge and skills needed to pursue your new career.
Esthetician School Can Help You Develop Skills
If a career in skin care sounds like something you want to pursue, the first thing you’ll want to do is find an esthetician school that can help you develop your skills. An esthetician school can provide you with hands-on learning opportunities. Since Estheticians work directly with clients, it is important to select a training program that has a ‘hands-on’ emphasis.
As you are looking at different options for esthetician school, you may also want to ask, “when does the next class start?” when you request information. This will help you determine how quickly you can begin your training program. At Dorsey School of Beauty, our Esthetician program emphasizes hands-on learning to provide our students with opportunities to master the skills and techniques they need to pursue their new career.
Esthetician Training – Things You Can Learn
When you enroll in esthetician training, there are a variety of things you can learn. Some of the topics that could be covered include:
- Body treatments
- Chemical peels
- Hair removal
- Skin pathology
- Makeup application (or corrective makeup)
- Business skills
When it comes to the Dorsey School of Beauty Esthetician program, our training includes exposure to the topics above, and more! In addition, training includes basic instruction in the scientific knowledge, artistic principles, and hands-on training in various skills and treatments that an Esthetician performs.
Looking for “Esthetician training near me?”
If you are looking for “Esthetician training near me” and you live in the Downriver area, Dorsey School of Beauty can help you get on your way!
If you are wondering where our esthetician school is in the Downriver area, we are located in Taylor, MI. Dorsey School of Beauty is conveniently located in the Taylortown Shopping Center on Ecorse Road, just east of Pardee Road.
Contact us today to learn how our team can provide you with the esthetician training you need to pursue your new career as an Esthetician!
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Prepare to Become a Licensed Esthetician
As you pursue your training, you will want to select a program that is designed to prepare you to become a Licensed Esthetician. That’s the goal of our Esthetician training here at Dorsey School of Beauty.
It’s important to keep in mind that states require an esthetician to become licensed in order to pursue gainful employment in this field. That means you will want to select an approved training program and ensure you meet all of the other requirements set forth by your state.
Dorsey School of Beauty has determined that its Esthetician program curriculum is sufficient to fulfill educational requirements for licensure in the State of Michigan only. No educational determinations have been made for any other state, district or US territory in regards to licensure requirements.
As licensure is required for employment by the State of Michigan, Dorsey School of Beauty will pay the cost one time for graduates of this program to challenge the state licensure exam, contingent upon the graduate meeting Dorsey School of Beauty’s exam preparation requirements.
A Career as an Esthetician
For those interested in pursuing a career as an Esthetician, you could be embarking on a journey that allows you both career flexibility and personal satisfaction. Graduates of our Esthetician training program, once licensed, may choose from a variety of career paths. Estheticians are typically found working in settings such as salons as well as beauty and health spas.
Some Estheticians may also choose to pursue continuing education opportunities. That, coupled with experience, could help them further their career by expanding their knowledge, and honing their existing skills as well.
Want to know more about:
- How to Become an Esthetician?
- The Dorsey School of Beauty Esthetician program
Check out our Esthetician FAQ page!
What is the total cost of the Esthetician program?
Tuition and fees for a student to complete the Esthetician training at Dorsey School of Beauty can be found by visiting our Student Consumer Information page. To calculate the total cost of education, including indirect costs of room and board, personal expenses, transportation costs and loan fees associated with the cost of attendance, go to the Cost of Attendance page.
Dorsey School of Beauty Esthetician Program Equipment and Books
The tuition for the Esthetician program includes the necessary textbooks along with an Esthetician Student Kit. The student kit includes various items used in the industry. Dorsey School of Beauty will furnish all necessary materials and supplies to senior students who perform work on patrons. All equipment, materials, and supplies not included in the student kit are the property of Dorsey School of Beauty.
Esthetician / Skincare Specialist Career Information
For more information about a career as an Esthetician, please visit the U.S. Department of Labor’s O*NET website. The Standard Occupational Code (SOC) for this career is 39-5094 and the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) code for this program is 12.0409.
Additional career information specific to the State of Michigan can be found at the Career One Stop website, which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. When visiting the website, navigate to the browse occupations page, type “Esthetician” in the key word search box, and then continue to select the State of Michigan.
The Esthetician program is a short-length program not eligible for Title IV funds.