Cosmetology Teacher Training in Wisconsin
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353 East Campus Mall
Madison, WI 53715
327 East Saint Paul Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53202
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How to Become a Cosmetology Teacher in Wisconsin
- 150 education hours are required to become licensed.
- You must renew your license every 2 years.
- 4 continuing education hours are required to renew your license.
- Average salary for teacher training in Wisconsin is $66,070.
- There is a predicted 1.9% job increase between 2012 - 2022.
Becoming a beauty school instructor can offer many great opportunities for experienced cosmetologists who want to help others enter their field. If you want to switch things up, earn extra income or provide workshops at conferences and events, we can help you find the right Wisconsin programs to prepare. The salon scene is thriving in Wisconsin for many reasons. At the top of the list is great instructors. Schools like VICI in Milwaukee have instructor programs that cover the major topics you'll need for licensure. You'll learn things like classroom management, teaching methods and salon safety and sanitation.
To make your next move towards a career as a beauty school instructor in Wisconsin, you'll need to reach out to schools in your area. Luckily, we make it easy for you. Just use the search box at the top or scroll down to see a list of schools in this state. We also included some highlights of Wisconsin instructor license requirements, as well as some data about salary and career outlook that you can find useful in making your decision. Don't wait to share your knowledge with the next eager crop of beauty students. Reach out to schools in your area today!
State License Requirements
Required to earn a teacher training license
In Wisconsin, there are two ways to become an instructor after you receive your standard practitioner's license. First you can complete 4,000 hours of practice at an approved salon. Your second option is to gain 2,000 hours of practice combined with 150 hours of training.
The key to becoming an inspiration to your students is learning from those who have experience helping students reach the next level. The right beauty instructor program will help you adapt to your students' learning styles and deliver the right forms of communication to help them learn effectively. Compare courses when choosing programs to make sure you will have the opportunity to grow into a strong leader in the classroom.
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License renewal period
Continuing education required
In Wisconsin, there are two ways to become an instructor after you receive your standard practitioner’s license. First you can complete 4,000 hours of practice at an approved salon. Your second option is to gain 2,000 hours of practice combined with 150 hours of training. The Wisconsin Cosmetology Examining Board requires all license holders to renew in March in odd-numbered years. There is a fee for renewal that is currently $82. This state does require continuing education units – 4 board approved courses – to be completed between each renewal period.
Wisconsin Teacher Training Careers
Average yearly salary for teacher training in Wisconsin
A WI beauty school instructor has the opportunity to work with beauty school students. The instructor educates them in one of many beauty salon specialties, including hair styling, makeup, manicures and more. Wisconsin offers a variety of beauty schools for prospective instructors to find gainful employment. The average salary for a beauty school instructor is $49,470 per year, and instructors will join a workforce of 119,800 people.
Contact the Wisconsin State Board of Cosmetology
- 4822 Madison Yards Way, Madison, WI 53705
- Website: Department of Safety and Professional Services
- Call: 608-266-2112