School Year: 2020-2021
Campus: West Bend
This program is NOT eligible for financial aid
Gain on-the-job training and perfect your salon skills with the Cosmetology Apprenticeship program at Moraine Park.
The Cosmetology Apprenticeship program is the perfect path for creative and outgoing individuals. Apprentices work alongside experienced cosmetologists in the salon to learn the skills necessary to be successful in the beauty industry! Get paid to learn the trade by becoming a Cosmetology apprentice and work toward an artistic and rewarding cosmetology career.
Apprentice students learn hands on skills in the salon and attend school one day a week to complete the classroom requirement for licensing. Students are trained in hair, skin and nail services and upon completion are able to provide high quality salon services. Students learn the latest techniques, hear from industry artists and attend local beauty shows.
Students are prepared to take the Wisconsin NIC Cosmetology Licensing Exam and upon graduation begin working as a cosmetologist.
Good stamina and health are important as most cosmetology careers require standing for long periods of time.
Applicants should be at least18 years of age and submit an apprentice and employer application to their Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards Representative. See representative information.
The Cosmetology Apprenticeship consists of two years of at least 4,000 hours. Apprentices spend 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.
For apprenticeship application information, please contact a Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards Representative at 262-335-5849.
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 Cosmetology 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.
Cosmetologists generally work in well-lit, well-ventilated shops but will be standing on their feet for long periods.
The shop owner will provide hand tools and equipment during the apprenticeship.
For additional information on program curriculum, prerequisites and general education course options, please contact your advisor.
*Enrollment may limit the campus availability or delivery of certain courses.
|502-501||Shampooing, Cutting, Styling and Permanent Waving||3|
|502-502||Relaxing, Coloring, Nails and Skin||3|
|502-503||Health, Image, Structure and Law||3|
|A state of Wisconsin Licensing Exam is required.|
|Based on Moraine Parks 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)|
|455-455||Required - Transition to Trainer, Your Role as a Journeyworker||.2|