Cosmetology

Mission Statement

Cosmetology is the art and science of beautifying hair, skin, and nails. Cosmetologists provide beauty services, such as shampooing, cutting, coloring, and styling hair. Additionally, cosmetologists may train to give manicures, pedicures, scalp and facial treatments; provide skin and makeup analysis; and clean and style wigs and hairpieces. The Cosmetology Program at Collins Career Technical Center provides a curriculum, which includes theory, skills, and salon ethics required to become a licensed cosmetologist. Students practice techniques in a practical work-supervised salon setting including: hair cutting and styling, nail care including manicures and pedicures, chemical and skin care services. By building upon a foundation of cosmetology theory, students will gain valuable hands-on experience in beauty culture practice.

Vision Statement

The Collins Career Technical Center Cosmetology Program provides education and skills training to students desiring a position in the cosmetology field. The goal of the Cosmetology Program is to prepare students to pass the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology licensure examination. Students will be eligible to sit for this exam upon successful completion of the program.

Program Overview

The Collins Career Technical Center Cosmetology Program provides education and skills training to students desiring a position in the cosmetology field. The goal of the Cosmetology Program is to prepare students to pass the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology licensure examination. Students will be eligible to sit for this exam upon successful completion of the program. Cosmetology is the art and science of beautifying hair, skin, and nails. Cosmetologists provide beauty services, such as shampooing, cutting, coloring, and styling hair. Additionally, cosmetologists may train to give manicures, pedicures, scalp and facial treatments; provide skin and makeup analysis; and clean and style wigs and hairpieces. The Cosmetology Program at Collins Career Center provides a curriculum, which includes theory, skills, and salon ethics required to become a licensed cosmetologist. Students practice techniques in a practical work-supervised salon setting including: hair cutting and styling, nail care including manicures and pedicures, chemical and skin care services. By building upon a foundation of cosmetology theory, students will gain valuable hands-on experience in beauty culture practice. Students work both in the classroom and in lab, under salon conditions. The Collins Career Center Cosmetology Program is divided into two (2) certificate areas of specialization.

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** Costs are subject to change

Please read Admission Procedures
The pre-entrance Exam is required for the program - see Work Keys link for more information

If you are concerned about being able to make required scores and you would like to "brush up" on some of your skills prior to the pre-entrance exam, the Collins Career Technical Center's ABLE program is available for tutoring services Monday-Thursday, 8:00am-4:30pm.

Individuals with a passing score on all parts of the pre-entrance examination will be mailed an application packet for admission.

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