This course is for those who have obtained a cosmetology license and want to work as an educational professional in a public vocational beauty school as an instructor or administrator.
This 1,000 hour course reviews the cosmetology curriculum with an introduction to teaching and course development. While there is strong review of technical material, the focus of this course is on how to teach the fundamental technical skills and theory.
Students in this course also get practical training as teaching assistants in the classroom and on the clinic floor before graduating to practice teaching in the classroom and on the clinic floor.
Students in the Master Instructor program learn how to teach the business and management curriculum supplied by Pivot Point International.
The Instructors course prepares the student to take the State Board Licensing Examination which will enable you to be an Instructor in a private or public vocational cosmetology school or to be a cosmetology school administrator.
Broken Arrow Beauty College
400 South Elm Place Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012
Call or Text: (918) 251-9669
Cosmetology Education Center
11122 East 71st Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133
Call or Text: (918) 294-8627
The Broken Arrow Legacy
The dedication that our instructors demonstrate to students seeking cosmetology, esthetics, and manicuring licensing is unwavering, and an integral part of the Broken Arrow Beauty College mission.
Our school has been individually owned and operated since it opened for business in 1969, and remains a family affair today with the second generation of family ownership.
The Pivot Point education that acts as the foundation of our business and management curriculum is only one of the features of a Broken Arrow Beauty College education that gives our students a professional advantage in the industry.
Cost of Course:
|State Board Fee||$5|
Full Time – 35 hrs/week, 32 weeks/8 Months
This course includes the following units of study:
|Units of Instruction||Clock Hours|
|Review of Cosmetology Curricula||60|
|Introduction to Teaching||120|
|Course Outling and Development||330|