Esthetics Schools in Vermont

Esthetics schools in Vermont prepare students to enter the growing field of skincare and beauty treatment. The field of esthetics is growing at a faster rate than many other careers, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Vermont esthetics schools teach the latest techniques in skincare and beauty. They also include training in business skills, safety, and sanitation in their programs. Graduates of Vermont esthetics schools will be prepared for the state licensing exams, and they will have a working knowledge of business strategies and customer service skills. Vermont residents interested in the skincare industry should consider an esthetics school education to start exploring these careers.

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Vermont Esthetician License Requirements

Vermont offers esthetics school students two paths to licensure as skincare specialists. They may complete a 600-hour classroom training program, or an 800 to 1200 hour apprenticeship served over 12 to 18 months. Graduates of classroom or apprenticeship training must pass written and practical tests and an exam over Vermont laws and rules. Students must be 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED to qualify for licensing in Vermont. Once all the conditions are met, the Vermont Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists issues the initial esthetician license.

Esthetics schools in Vermont must teach:

– the theories and techniques of skin analysis
– facial treatments
– microdermabrasion
– chemical treatments
– makeup application
– hair removal

Courses covering Vermont licensing laws, customer service, ethics, spa and salon operations, and safety and sanitation are standard in esthetic school curriculum.

Work as a Vermont Esthetician

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates job growth in the skincare industry will be 25 percent by 2020, more than many other professions. The BLS reports Vermont estheticians earn an average annual salary of $30,550 before tips. Graduates work in spas, salons, or skincare departments in retail stores. Most spa and salon work is performed in peaceful individual sessions with clients. Some estheticians may go on to open their own spa or salon businesses, or work in resort and hotel spas. The esthetics and skin care professions offer licensed graduates of Vermont esthetics schools many interesting career paths to explore. Consider contacting an approved skin care and esthetics school in Vermont to get more information about opportunities.

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