Skin Care Specialist

face of women getting a spa treatment

FACIAL SPECIALIST (325 Hours)
(Offered only at the Main campus)
(9 weeks / Full Time)
(13 weeks / Part Time) (17 weeks / Part Time)

Instructional Methods:

This course is taught in theory and practical methods. Instructors will use blackboards, audio/visual aids, and demonstration materials.

Objective:

This program will provide training in Aesthetics and Skin care, which teaches the students the biological foundations of the skin, and the maintenance and health of the skin by correct cleansing methods and massage. The theory classes include the study of the structures of the skin, the func­tion to recognize lesions and diseases of the glands. Techniques will be learned for treatment of problem skin conditions such as oiliness, dryness, commodomes, acne, discoloration, and scar­ing. The student will become skilled at several cosmetic treatments and make-up application. At the completion of the program, the graduate will qualify for State license and upon licensing, employment as a Skin Care Specialist. Students will also receive information about compensation packages and payroll deductions and career information such as professional ethics, effective communication, and human relations.

CURRICULUM COURSE # HOURS SERVICES
FLORIDA COSMETOLOGYLAWS AND REGULATIONS/SKIN (LAWS101) 10 0
This course provides knowledge of the basic laws and regulations concerning cosmetologist and specialist.
H.I.V. / AIDS (HIV101) 4 0
This course provides a fundamental knowledge of HIV/Aids awareness.
STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF SKIN (SC101) 10 0
This course provides knowledge on the basic skin elements
DISEASES OF THE GLAND (SC102) 10 0
This course provides knowledge on types of diseases and problems of the skin.
RECOGNIZING LESIONS (SC103) 10 0
This course provides knowledge on how to recognize and deal with certain diseases and problems of the skin.
BASIC FACIAL MASSAGE MOVEMENT (SC104) 40 40
This course provides knowledge of the basic facial movements.
BACTERIOLOGY / STERILIZATION / HYGIENE (SC105) 10 0
This course provides steps on how to become and maintain a healthy and sanitized Skin Care Specialist.
RECOGNIZE & DEFINE TYPES OF CORRECTIVE FACIALS (SC106) 50 50
This course provides knowledge on the different types of facials.
PRODUCT USE AND PURPOSE (SC107) 10 10
This course provides a basic understanding and practice of applying and maintaining product use.
EFFECTS OF MUSCLE TONING (SC108) 16 0
This course provides a basic understanding of the effects and counter-effects of muscles and facial toning.
BENEFITS AND NATURE OF LIGHT THERAPY (SC109) 20 0
This course provides a basic understanding and practice of light therapy such as aromatherapy.
CORRECT IMPROPER HAIR REMOVAL,WAXING, AND BROW SHAPING (SC110) 15 15
This course provides a basic understanding and practice of hair removal through the traditional technique.
HAIR REMOVAL THROUGH TWEEZING AND WAXING (SC111) 15 15
This course provides a basic understanding and practice of hair removal through tweezing and waxing.
UNDERSTANDING MAKE-UP PRODUCTS/PROPER APPLICATION (SC113) 40 10
This course provides a basic understanding and practice of the art of Make-up. Instruction includes proper application, color coordination, and others.
APPLIED CLINICAL PRACTICE/ SALON & BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (SC115) 65 0
This course provides a basic understanding and practice of actual salon work and Business Management.
TOTAL: 325 160

Program Description:

The Facial Specialist program is designed to teach the skills and knowledge required in spas, salons, and as representatives of major makeup companies. Students learn to perform complete facials and skin treatments, as well as the basics of traditional and artistic makeup. The course teaches techniques and resources to use in order to meet client needs for specific care. Students receive practical, hands-on experience and learn professional business skills needed to succeed in a growing and competitive industry. Graduates possess the basic knowledge to become makeup artists, retail sales specialists, and skin care consultants.

Grading Procedure:

Instructors will use Tests, Quizzes, and Practical Exams throughout the program in order to evaluate the student’s progress.

Graduation:

Students must complete all listed hours and services, in addition, academic requirements and financial obligation to be considered a graduate and awarded a Diploma.

Possible Occupations:

Facial Specialist, Waxing Artist, Make-up Artist, Skin Consultant.

CONTACT Information

New Concept Massage and Beauty School, Inc. (Main Campus)

New Concept Massage and Beauty School West Campus

  • 12851 SW 42nd Street, Suite 101, Miami, FL 33175
  • Phone: 305-221-8411

New Concept Massage and Beauty School, Cutler Bay

  • 11484 Quail Roost Drive, Miami, Fl 33157
  • Phone: 305-974-1350

CLASS Schedules

  • Full Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm (Monday to Friday)
  • Part Time: 9:00am - 2:00pm (Monday to Friday)
  • Evening Classess: 6:00pm - 10:00pm (Monday to Thursday)
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