Electrology Schools in Arizona
Browse our directory of electrology schools in Arizona, or skip ahead to learn about the state's electrology licensing requirements and job outlook.
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- Average salary for electrology in Arizona is $35,340.
- There is a predicted 20.80% job increase between 2012 - 2022.
If you are considering a career in electrology in Arizona, you likely have some unanswered questions. Perfect. That's exactly what we're here for. There are several electrology school options across the state. The need for electrolysis can stem from many conditions and experiences, including hereditary, metabolic, and hormonal conditions, as well as gender reassignment surgeries — which is an increasingly common reason for treatment. Although Arizona doesn't have a state electrolysis agency, you can find more information about this field from the website for the American Electrolysis Association. Are you ready to talk more about learning the techniques required to work as an electrologist in Arizona? Our number one priority is helping students like you navigate your way through the information you need to make an informed decision. That's why we have relationships with multiple beauty schools that offer electrology programs. By comparing several programs, you can make sure you choose the one that fits your goals — and your life. Use the search box or school listings of Arizona beauty schools to narrow your search. Or keep reading for program and licensure highlights.
State License Requirements
Arizona follows the trend set by many other states by not licensing electrologists. While you do not legally need a license to offer electrolysis for permanent hair removal, you do need the practice and theoretical understanding that comes from hands-on training. You may select a school that teaches the theory of electrolysis and permanent hair removal before moving on to practical experience.
Arizona students who want to practice electrology should pay close attention to the skills and learning goals of each program they consider. Permanent hair removal, using the galvanic, thermolysis, or blended treatments takes high quality training from licensed practitioners. Courses should help you understand the science behind the techniques, as well as give you the practical experience to transition into internships or entry-level careers as quickly as possible.
Arizona electrology courses may include:
Arizona does not have standards, licensure, or examinations related to electrolysis in this state. However, if you want to pursue this career, you should graduate from a program approved by the American Electrology Association. Additionally, we recommend earning your cosmetologist practitioner license in this state. To renew your cosmetologist license in Arizona, you will have to renew every year by your birthday. You will be charged a $30 fee at the time of renewal by the Arizona State Board of Cosmetology.
Arizona Electrology Careers
Average yearly salary for electrology in Arizona
Electrologists use electricity to remove hair, moles, warts and other skin imperfections on their clients. In order to become an electrologist in Arizona you must complete 600 hours of training from a school of aesthetics or cosmetology and then obtain a license. Job opportunities for electrology are expected to grow 26%.
Contact the Arizona State Board of Cosmetology
Those in the beauty trade in Arizona may look to add electrology to their resume to have an extra bit of polish. Currently, the state doesn’t have a fully dedicated board to the field. However, eager individuals will be able to access these skills thanks to the following resources.