There are several options for electrolysis training in Washington State. When you complete your training, you should have the skills and qualifications to perform the various modalities that electrologists use to remove unwanted hair. When you’re done, you can work at offices, such as Hair N Gone Today Electrolysis in Seattle. Like many opportunities you can pursue, this office performs hair removal on a diverse clientele who require treatment to remain confident in how they look and feel. In your work, you can make a real difference by helping clients heal and move on with their lives.

What else is cool about working as an electrologist in Washington? Well, we think the license requirements seem fair, and the programs look exciting. If you’re ready to compare schools, that’s what we’re here for. We spend every day developing relationships with beauty schools across the US to help students like yourself match with the right program. So just use the handy search box at the top of this page, or the school listings below to make connections. To learn the quick stuff, like required hours, career outlook and salary, just check out the boxes below.

State License Requirements
Contact Dept. of Health
Education Details

In the State of Washington, you can find electrology schools that meet the national standards for professionals, while understanding your local laws and regulations. Make sure to choose a program that offers a curriculum that includes training in all three modalities: single needle, multiple needle, and thermolysis. You should also complete learning outcomes to help you execute the variables (probes, intensity, timing and depth) appropriately.

Washington State electrology courses •

  • Psychology of unwanted hair •
  • Principles of electrology •
  • Immunology •
  • Ethical and professional issues
License Renewal
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Washington State does not regulate the field of electrology or offer any kind of licensure in this area. Although, you will have to pass the American Electrology Association certification exam. This is how you prove you have the skills to provide quality work for clients. The cost of the exam is $325 if you are not a member, and $275 if you already are. Your AEA CPE certification expires after five years. The AEA also offers beneficial continuing education courses that can keep you current on the latest regulations and best practices. 

Job Outlook Increase
Between 2012 - 2022
Working as an Electrologist

As interest in safer, painless, and permanent methods of hair removal increases among both men and women, job prospects for electrologists in Washington are projected to grow 12% through 2024. Job growth for electrologists is faster than average in comparison to other personal appearance occupations and all other occupations. Job opportunities will remain steady as more salons and spas open to serve the demand for pain-free and advanced grooming and skincare treatments.

State board Contact Information

State of Washington Dept. of Licensing, Cosmetology Licensing Program
Seattle, WA 98124
405 Black Lake Blvd SW
Olympia, WA 98502
PO Box 3856
Phone Number: 360-664-6626
Fax Number: 360-664-2550
E-mail Address: plssunit@dol.wa.gov

The Washington State Department of Licensing can help with the entire process, as well as answer any other questions your have about obtaining a Washington cosmetology license.

The demand for qualified electrologists is expected to grow incrementally
over the next six years in Washington State. This is in response to the expansion
of personal grooming salons there. Interested applicants consult these
institutions about training.

Washington State Electrologists Association
Paroba College
Electrology Institute of N.E.

Find the Beauty Schools in Washington that interest you below,

Gene Juarez Academy

2222 South 314th Street,
Federal Way, WA 98003

Program: Cosmetology

Gene Juarez Academy

6007 A - 244th Street SW,
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

Program: Cosmetology

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