Electrology Schools in Rhode Island

Browse our directory of electrology schools in Rhode Island, or skip ahead to learn about the state's electrology licensing requirements and job outlook.

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How to Become a Electrologist in Rhode Island

Rhode Island Electrology Careers At a Glance
  • 650 education hours or 650 apprentice hours are required to become licensed.
  • You must renew your license every 2 years.
  • 0 continuing education hours are required to renew your license.
  • Average salary for electrology in Rhode Island is $33,310.
  • There is a predicted 7.9% job increase between 2012 - 2022.

If you can fill a need in a community, you can give yourself job security and know that your work is worthwhile. That's why electrology is such a rapidly-growing field in Rhode Island and throughout the country. People hate shaving and waxing, particularly if they have excessive hair growth.

State License Requirements

650 Education Hours OR 650 Apprentice Hours

Required to earn a electrology license

Education Details

Electrology involves using electric pulses to kill hair at the follicle and stop it from regrowing. Typically, clients need multiple sessions before hair growth stops altogether. When you start your training, you can learn how to use electrolysis tools and apply the right pressure to different parts of the body. Your instructors, who should be experienced electrologists, may show you how to use different processes and techniques for maximum efficiency. As you move through the curriculum of your program, you may get plenty of hands-on practice. You can learn how to use the tools on mannequins and perfect your electrolysis technique for different body parts.

License Renewal

2 Years

License renewal period

0 Hours

Continuing education required

Rhode Island is a state that licenses electrology professionals. When you apply for your license, you will fill out an application and include a $25 fee. When it is time to renew your license, the state will send you a reminder around 60 days ahead to give you plenty of time to prepare. You will be able to renew in their online portal, to make things simple. Although Rhode Island does not make practitioners take continuing education units, we recommend them for maintaining your professional skills.

Rhode Island Electrology Careers

$33,310

Average yearly salary for electrology in Rhode Island

Becoming a skin care professional in Rhode Island can really pay off in a number of ways. First, salaries in this state tend to be higher than those reported on a national level. O*Net reports that the average salary for a Rhode Island electrologist is $33,900 per year. Second, the job outlook in this field is excellent. Between 2012 and 2022, O*Net anticipates a 33% increase in skin care specialist jobs throughout 2022.

An electrologist's career is a mix of patience, attention to detail, client communication, and technical knowledge. Electrologists often work alone, so you must be able to stay motivated and focused without outside pressure. In addition, it's important to be able to communicate with your clients. They may be unfamiliar with this process or even feel nervous about permanent hair removal, and it's part of your job to reassure them and keep them comfortable. As you work with more and more clients, your technical knowledge and skills should improve, making you a more in-demand electrologist.

Contact the Rhode Island State Board of Cosmetology

Department of Health

Taking up the profession of electrology in Rhode Island entails a good deal of rise in the beauty care industry there. Budding technicians can find more information through these groups.

Rhode Island Apprenticeship Information for Electrolysis
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