Program Number: 50-502-1
School Year: 2012-2013
Campus: Fond du Lac, West Bend, Online, (classroom instruction online, hands-on instruction at salon location)
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Barbers/cosmetologists cut, trim, shampoo and style hair. They advise patrons on how to care for their hair, straighten, permanent wave and apply color. In addition, most cosmetologists are trained to give manicures, pedicures, and scalp and facial treatments; provide makeup analysis; and clean and style wigs and hairpieces. Barbers/cosmetologists generally work in clean, pleasant surroundings with good lighting and ventilation. Good health and stamina are important because much of the workday will be spent standing. The barber/cosmetologist works with current fashion trends to create a total look for today’s men, women and children. Barbers/cosmetologists also need to stay current with the laws and regulations governing business operation, sanitation and safety.
For apprenticeship application information, please contact Barbara Robakowski at firstname.lastname@example.org, 262-335-5849, or Sandra Destree, at email@example.com., 920-693-1102, Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards Representatives.
Applicants should be 18 years of age and submit an apprentice and employer application to their Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards Representative. See representative information.
The Barber/Cosmetologist Apprenticeship consists of two years of not less than 4,000 hours. The apprentice spends 6 hours per week for three semesters in paid-related classroom instruction, for a total of 288 hours. Once the apprenticeship is completed, the individual takes the state test to become a licensed practitioner.
Barber/cosmetologists generally work in well-lit, well-ventilated shops but will be standing on their feet for long periods.
Tools And Equipment
The shop owner will provide hand tools and equipment during the apprenticeship.
- $116.90 per credit (resident)
- $175.35 per credit (out-of-state resident)
- *Online students are not charged out-of-state fees.
- *Fees shown are 2014-2015 fees; 2015-2016 fees will be available as soon as they are approved.
- Complete state licensing exam.
- Practice health and safety regulations.
- Apply principles of good skin care.
- Apply makeup.
- Practice client consultation.
- Explain product application and contents.
- Perform nail care techniques.
- Identify skin diseases.
- Analyze effects of products on anatomy and hair structure.
- Incorporate green practices into the workplace.
- Apply theory of hair cutting, styling, and coloring to actual applications.
- Nail Technician
- Retail Sales
- Salon Manager
- Salon Owner
- Makeup Artist
- Spa Services
- Skin Care
- Obtain a job in the trade or profession you would like to apprentice.
- Obtain an employer who is willing to sponsor you.
- Complete an apprentice and employer application.
- Applications for this trade are available from the Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards (BAS) at 608-266-3135.
- Upon completion of the applications, a contract will be issued. The technical college will then notify you when classes will begin.
- Must be 18 years old.
Please visit the Admissions page for general information.
Three semester program; One class per semester
|502-501||Shampooing, Cutting, Styling and Permanent Waving||108||3|
|502-502||Relaxing, Coloring, Nails and Skin||108||3|
|502-503||Health, Image, Structure and Law||108||3|
Online delivery - Directed but not limited to students that may not have access to a school providing Cosmetology. A pre-online learning inventory is required prior to acceptance.
A state of Wisconsin Licensing Exam is required.
Based on Moraine Park’s curriculum design, actual program hours will be delivered at 324 hours. The state has required a minimum of 288 hours paid-related instruction.
Students will begin the semester directly following their indenture date. There are no prerequisites.
|Related Electives (unpaid related)|
*Transition to Trainer, Your Role as a Journey Worker
For apprenticeship application information, please contact Barbara Robakowski, Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards Representative at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-335-5849.
For schooling information, please contact Fred Rice, Dean of Public Services & Health Sciences at email@example.com or 920-924-3330.
The Mock State Board Exam is the exit assessment graduation requirement for the program.
Check out the Credit Transfers page for more information.