Teacher Training

Are you a current cosmetology professional who is looking for a career change, additional income, or want to fulfill a natural desire to teach others? Why not share your love for the beauty trade with students who are starry-eyed and passionate – and ready to emulate your success! With Delaware cosmetology teacher training programs, you can learn how to translate your skills into lessons that help students prepare for careers. It takes strong communication skills, patience, and commitment to be a good teacher. That’s why it’s important to weigh your options fully. In 2014, Delaware instituted a law requiring barbers and cosmetologists to operate with a license.

This means you can help raise the bar for beauty teacher training courses in the state. Barbers and cosmetologists are people that clients look forward to seeing; and they often become beloved figures in their communities. You can teach future beauty professionals how to express their creativity, and execute the fundamentals and latest styles. Sound awesome? Use the search box above or check out the listings below to see your options for teacher training. Or keep reading to learn some quick, important info!

State License Requirements
Hours + Cosmetology License
Hours + 2 Years Active Work Experience

Becoming a cosmetology instructor can bring you closer to your goals of changing the cosmetology industry. Before you can become a teacher, you must have a current cosmetology license. You can then earn 500 training hours at an approved school. If you have a license and two years of work experience, you only need 250 training hours to teach students.

Learn more about becoming a licensed cosmetology instructor:

State of Delaware Board of Cosmetology and Barbering

Education Details

When choosing a Delaware cosmetology instructor program, you should look for a mix of courses and learning outcomes. You’ll need to teach students who have different learning styles so it’s crucial to develop leadership skills and curriculum tools that meet your student’s needs. This starts with choosing the best cosmetology teacher training program in Delaware. The first step is comparing courses from programs near you.

Delaware beauty instructor courses: •

  • Examination administration and evaluation •
  • Learning styles •
  • Student assessment •
  • Leadership and professional skills
License Renewal
License Renewal Hours
2 Years*
License Renewal Period

Delaware does not require that students receive a cosmetology instructor’s license in this state. However, you must become a licensed cosmetologist, and renew your license by October 31st of even-numbered years. You will receive your licensure through the Delaware Board of Cosmetology and Barbering. You must also apply for your cosmetology instructor certification, which you can find here. The board also states they will tell you the renewal fee when you are contacted to renew. If you pay late, your fee will equal half of your renewal fee.

Job Outlook Increase
Between 2012 - 2022
Working as a Cosmetology Instructor

The Job Outlook for a Beauty School Instructor in Delaware appears to have some room for growth. Beauty School Instructors can expect little competition in the DE market and should consider specializing to easily promote instruction strengths. With a location quotient of 0.79 and an average annual wage of $53,770, Delaware is considered to have a below average employment level for this occupation, but at a decent wage.

State board Contact Information

Delaware Board of Cosmetology & Barbering
Cannon Building Suite #203
861 Silver Lake Blvd.
Dover, DE 19904
Phone Number: 302-744-4500
Fax Number: 302-739-2711
Email: customerservice.dpr@state.de.us

The Delaware Board of Cosmetology & Barbering can help you with replacing a lost cosmetology license, updating a change of name or change of address information, and acquiring out-of-state and other useful forms, as well as answer additional questions about obtaining a Delaware cosmetology license.

To succeed as a cosmetologist in Delaware, networking with local and national organizations is imperative. Below are a few organizations and associations that we recommend.

  • Aesthetics International, http://www.aestheticsassociation.com/
  • American Academy of Facial Esthetics, https://www.facialesthetics.org/
  • American Hair Loss Council, http://www.ahlc.org/
  • Day Spa Association, http://dayspaassociation.com/
  • International SalonSpa Business Network, https://salonspanetwork.org/

Find the Beauty Schools in Delaware that interest you below,

Venus Beauty Academy

600 Turner Industrial Way,
Aston, PA 19014

Program: Teacher Training

Welcome Over the past five decades, we have trained some of the Tri-State areas most renowned national and international award-winning stylists and makeup artists, as well as some of its top salon owners. Here Welcome Over the past five decades, we have trained some of the Tri-State areas most renowned national and international award-winning stylists and makeup artists, as well as some of its top salon owners. Here at Venus, we can help you get that coveted start in the beauty industry. Our private school education and value-driven training can give you that competitive edge necessary to make a name for yourself in the growing beauty world. You'll even have the opportunity to learn the latest and greatest trends in the industry from top salon personnel - giving you an unsurpassed educational experience. Students will undergo exceptional training in quality beauty courses, including: • Cosmetology • Student Teacher **We do not offer a Barbering course. Become part of the lifelong Venus family as you experience more than 50 years of beauty education tradition. Our expert faculty will encourage you to employ a wide range of skills and trends in the industry as you experiment with various lines of products on the market. Contact Us Discover a fun, exciting, creative and rewarding career in the beauty industry as you learn from the leader in the development of beauty careers!  
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