South Carolina has several options for students who want to move into an instructor role after gaining experience in the beauty industry. If you are a hair, makeup, nail, or skin care professional, you may be able to complete a beauty school instructor program in just a few months. With your training, you can teach students to become color specialists in spots like Allure, one of the states most popular salons. Or you can help students prepare for work in day spas, such as Earthling Day Spa in Charleston. Plus, with your training, you can pursue leading one-off training workshops that focus on particular techniques
To train for a job as a cosmetology instructor, youll need to find the right beauty school training. Fortunately, we have the highlights of cosmetology instructor programs below. Below that information you can find a list of beauty schools in South Carolina with programs to help you move forward. We recommend comparing several schools before making your final decision. That way, you can analyze costs, course topics and time of completion to be sure you choose a program that fits your goals. Good luck, and please let us know how your training goes!
You can become an instructor with your cosmetology license, and completion of a 45 hour course on teaching, along with two years of work in the field. You can also complete a 750 hour instructor training program at an approved school.
South Carolina cosmetology teachers learn to be inspirational leaders in the classroom by being great cosmetologists first. By finding the best teacher training program, you can translate your skill set to the next generation of beauty professionals. To get an idea of which program is best for you, first check out the course topics that are the core focus of the curriculum. Among the items you will factor into your decision, this is one of the most important.
South Carolina cosmetology teacher training topics:
- Student performance evaluation
- Classroom management
- Lesson planning
- Learning styles
The renewal process for practitioners and instructors of cosmetology is the same in the state of South Carolina. You can become an instructor with your cosmetology license, and completion of a 45 hour course on teaching, along with two years of work in the field. You can also complete a 750 hour instructor training program at an approved school. The renewal period for licenses in South Carolina is every two years, with a deadline of March 10th. The fee that you will pay is currently $52 and is processed through the South Carolina Board of Cosmetology.
South Carolina Board of Cosmetology
Synergy Business Park - Kingstree Building
110 Centerview Drive
Columbia, SC 29210
Phone Number: 803-896-4588
Fax Number: 803-896-4484
E-mail Address: boardInfo@llr.sc.gov
For specific questions, please contact the South Carolina Board of Cosmetology directly for more information.
Finding the right network of professionals with similar thought processes is a key step in becoming a successful cosmetologist in South Carolina. Here are recommended professionals.