Cosmetology Teacher Training in North Carolina

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8700 Pineville-Matthews Road Suite 700
Pineville, NC 28226

Programs:
Cosmetology, Cosmetology Teacher Training

500 Four Seasons Town Center
Greensboro, NC 27407

(336) 885-3452
Programs:
Cosmetology, Esthetics, Makeup Artistry, Nail Technology, Cosmetology Teacher Training

Alexander Paul Institute of Hair Design – Accredited

1011 Charles Boulevard Suite A
Greenville, NC 27858

Carteret Community College – Accredited

3505 Arendell Street
Morehead City, NC 28557

Circle of Love Academy – Accredited

409 Stanley Chapel Church Road
Dudley, NC 28333

Coastal Carolina Community College – Accredited

444 Western Boulevard
Jacksonville, NC 28546

J Evans Beauty Academy Of Cosmetic Art

1256 Plaza Drive
Burlington, NC 27215

Paul Mitchell – Accredited

1516 Elizabeth Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28204

Vance Granville Community College – Accredited

1547 South Campus Drive
Creedmoor, NC 27522

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How to Become a Cosmetology Teacher in North Carolina

North Carolina Cosmetology Teacher Training At a Glance
  • 800 education hours are required to become licensed.
  • You must renew your license every 1 year.
  • 8 continuing education hours are required to renew your license.
  • Average salary for teacher training in North Carolina is $52,440.
  • There is a predicted 16.4% job increase between 2012 - 2022.

If you think cosmetology is trending in North Carolina, you may be on to something. A state of the art cosmetology learning center at Randolph Community College in Asheboro is evidence that students in this state have ample options. Current professionals who want to share their skills with others, make a change in their career, or want to earn extra money can benefit from beauty instructor training. No matter what your skills in the field of beauty, we firmly believe that teaching is a skill that every instructor should study before moving to the head of the class.

The information below can be essential to learning what it takes to qualify for the cosmetology instructor exam and become a licensed professional teacher. We also make it simple for you to search for schools in your area, just in case you're ready to step up now. Just use the search box or scroll through the school listings below to get going! And when you start inspiring your own students, give us a shout on social media and let us know about your success!

State License Requirements

800 Education Hours

Required to earn a teacher training license

MANICURIST INSTRUCTOR: License + 320 Hours | 2 Years of Experience

ESTHETICS INSTRUCTOR: License + 650 Hours | 3 Years of Experience

Education Details

North Carolina cosmetology instructor training programs can help you become a more effective leader and mentor to your students. The right program should include courses that focus on classroom management, how to apply various teaching styles to different types of learners, and other key skills. You will also want to know what state laws you need to follow to keep your instructor license and school in good standing.

North Carolina cosmetology instructor training includes:

  • Learning styles
  • Teaching methods
  • Classroom management
  • License and state regulations

License Renewal

1 Year

License renewal period

8 Hours

Continuing education required

If you want to become a cosmetology instructor in North Carolina, there will not be a separate license, but there are some additional requirements. The renewal process is the same: every 3 years by October 1st, you must submit your renewal application and $23 fee to the North Carolina Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners. Additionally, instructors must either complete an 800 hour training program, or be able to prove that you have at least 5 years of experience working in an approved salon. Instructors must also complete 8 continuing education units between each renewal period.

North Carolina Teacher Training Careers

$52,440 

Average yearly salary for teacher training in North Carolina

Beauty school instructors teach prospective hair stylists, nail artists and makeup artists in a formal school setting. The schools they teach at are often either small community colleges or independent, for-profit institutions. The average annual salary for instructors in North Carolina is $49,470, with 119,000 individuals employed in this profession across the country.

Contact the North Carolina State Board of Cosmetology

North Carolina State Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners

If you need help updating a change of name or address, acquiring out-of-state transfer forms, or need help with additional questions about obtaining a North Carolina cosmetology license, contact the NC Board using the information above.

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