600 Hour Esthetician Program

 

Esthetics and Skin Care Training

Our aesthetician program complies with all required course work to prepare students to take the Colorado state board licensing exams (practical and written) necessary to become a licensed esthetician in Colorado.

Highlights of the program include:

Tuition: $7,500  +  Student Kit: $1,500 (non refundable)  $9,000 total.  There are no application or registration fees.  Ways to pay: 1. Pay in Full  2. Pay in 12 ($1,500 deposit and 12 monthly payments of $625 (zero interest)

Classes Enrolling Now:

April 6, 2024

May 2024 

 

Call Mike at 303-521-7900 to arrange a tour of the school and find out what makes Accent Beauty Academy’s program special.

This is a Hybrid Program:  Combines both Online and live at school Classroom / Clinic hours.

Online: Textbook Theory – Milady “CIMA” Learning Platform.  Self-paced, can be done in small pieces throughout the week on your own schedule

  • Hands On: In Person Classroom / Clinic Training.
  • CIMA is a sleek and sophisticated digital learning platform with state of the art learning technology. Provided directly by the esthetics textbook company. CIMA is proven to significantly increase student engagement and outcomes.  CIMA provides both our students and instructors real time feedback of student progress, allowing teachers to optimize the students learning and success. 
  • Finish in as little as 4 to 6 months
  • Comprehensive Student Kit:
    • Includes Milady’s Standard and Foundations Esthetics textbook in the online CIMA platform
    • Includes hard copies of Milady’s Standard and Foundations Esthetics textbook
    • Includes Milady’s Skin Care and Cosmetic Ingredients Dictionary
    • A Chromebook computer to access CIMA (student will need internet access* to complete the online course work)
    • All esthetic supplies and materials needed for classroom and clinics
  • Students will complete well over 100 procedures and skin care protocols both on fellow students and members of the public in our hands on clinic
  • High Quality Equipment in the classroom, student clinic and products
  • High End Skin Care Product Line by Rhonda Allision Clinical Skincare
  • State Board Exam Preparation and Practical Exam Kit provided (loaner)
  • Student Membership & Insurance through the Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP)
  • Experienced, Qualified Esthetician Course Instructors

 

Colorado requires all esthetician / beauty schools to teach the following subjects and hours:

  1. Facial and Skin Care – 210 Hours
  2. Facial Makeup – 30 Hours  Includes Classic Eyelash Exstentions
  3. Hair Removal – 90 Hours  (students will learn a variety of waxing  and sugaring techniques including Brazilian (intimate) waxing.  
  4. Laws, Rules and  Regulations – 30 Hours
  5. Management, Ethics, Interpersonal Skills and Salesmanship – 30 Hours
  6. Disinfection, Sanitation and Safe Work Practices – 210 Hours

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    There is no “fluff” in our esthetics program.  Students will need to work hard to learn the skills necessary for a successful career in skin care.  We purposely decided not to cut corners at the expense of our esthetician students. We choose to use the “CIMA” online learning platform provided by Milady / Cengage (the largest beauty school online learning platform in the world) because it is proven to increase student’s knowledge retention and success in the course. CIMA is always up to date with the most current version of the textbook.  CIMA allows our instructors to design the course material to best move you through our program. We have uploaded substantial supplemental learning materials, videos, pdfs etc. all the course material is available at all times, to all students online.

    Your supply kit includes a student membership with the Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP) and your student insurance policy.

    Some schools have closed their public clinic for students to practice the various procedures. This is substantially easier for the beauty schools to manage, but we feel it comes at the expense of students.  At those schools students only practice on fellow students. As a result students are likely to only experience a limited number (and repeatedly) the same skin conditions, rather then learning and dealing with the vast variety of clients who come to public student clinics.

    Skin care is a hands on profession and is best taught and learned hands on.  Students start working on each other early in the program.  Our philosophy is to have students study it in the textbook, quiz on the material at the start of each week, reinforce and supplement the theory with the instructor, followed by practice on your fellow students (student trades), finally bringing in your “test out” models to be approved to do the procedure in our public clinic.

    Regardless of where you go to school, the beauty business is an amazing profession that has so many ways a licensed esthetician can grow.  At Accent Beauty Academy we strived to design our program to pack as much into your fundamentals class as possible so you graduate with the skills necessary to succeed.

    Esthetician or Aesthetician? What is the difference?  Spelling only. The British use  “Ae” and Americans use “E”  Some beauty trade schools will also try to say “Ae” is more of a medical esthetician. 

    In Colorado and every other state there is no “medical esthetician” license and there is no “medical training” at any Colorado beauty trade school for the required 600 Hour Esthetics course.

     

    Students must be 16 years or older to enroll.

    A minimum of 4 students are required to run a class. (Maximum of 12 students per class)

    *Dress Code:  In class / clinic  Black Scrubs and black closed toed shoes.

    English as a second language students:  Please note our esthetician course is currently only taught in English.  The two required Colorado state licensing exams (both practical and written) are only available in English, but testing in Spanish and other languages are coming soon. Students who do not speak English as their primary language may request some additional time to take the written examination).  All students need to understand and have passable skills in English (reading, written and spoken). 

    *internet access is required to use the CIMA online learning platform and complete the distance learning / homework assignments.  Students need to have reliable internet access, either at home, work, library, publicly available WIFI or students may come to Accent Beauty Academy during regular hours and access the internet.  CIMA generally can be accessed through most platforms, i.e. Chromebook (included in student kit), computers, tablets and phones.