JCA SCHOOL 1 SCHOOL 2
Cosmetology
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$18,850
$20,475
Barbering
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$13,300
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Teacher Course
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$8,400
Makeup Certification
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$9,800
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Nail Technician Program
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$3,625
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Braiders Course
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Cosmetology Program:

This course, which is taught in English, consists of twelve hundred and fifty (1250) hours of instruction. Full-time students enroll in a 9-month program and part-time students enroll in an 18-month program  
The first six hundred (600) hours of the course will include learning activities that occur in the classroom to provide an exceptional learning environment. Students will be educated through various learning techniques which include, lectures, visual aids, demonstrations, and “hands-on” practical experiences on mannequins and component hair. 
The second six hundred (600) hours of the course the student will participate in activities in the classrooms and the clinic. Along with continued theory and mannequin assignments, students will be afforded the opportunity to perform learned skills and techniques in various modern salon environments. During this phase of the course, the student is guided in gaining experience designed not only to develop and perfect the 20 skills previously acquired but to aid in the development of the speed, confidence, entrepreneurship, customer relation skills and professionalism and entrepreneurial practices for success in the cosmetology industry. Students often receive tips from clients who are satisfied with the beauty services provided. 
The last fifty (50) hours will be dedicated to strengthening students in innovative techniques, self-improvement, and entrepreneurial skills to “prepare cosmetology’s new elite”! 

Barbering Program:

This course, which is taught in English, consists of nine hundred (925) hours of instruction to prepare students for the barbering industry. Full-time students enroll in a 6-month program and part-time students enroll in a 12-month program
The first four hundred and fifty hours (450) hours of the course the student learn through activities which take place in the classrooms to provide an exceptional learning environment. Students learn through a combination of lectures, visual aids, demonstrations, and “hands-on” practical experiences on mannequins and component hair. Opportunity is also provided for students to practice on each other and models for testing to offer a more realistic learning experience. 
 
The second four hundred and fifty (450) hours of the course the student is afforded “senior” status. Senior learning activities take place in the classrooms and clinic. Along with continued theory and mannequin assignments, students perform barbering services as realistically as possible in modern barbering environments. During this phase of the course the student is guided in gaining experience designed not only to develop and perfect the skills previously acquired, but to aid in the development of the speed, confidence, entrepreneurship, customer relation skills and professionalism required for success in the barbering industry. Students often receive tips from clients who are satisfied with the barbering service provided. 
The last twenty-five (25) hours will be dedicated to strengthening students in innovative techniques, self-improvement and entrepreneurial skills to “prepare cosmetology’s new elite”! 

Makeup Certification Program:

This course, which is taught in English is designed to prepare makeup enthusiast to expand their skills within the makeup industry. Students will learn the fundamentals of professional makeup application including theory and practical subjects. **Makeup Master Classes are offered for a limited time. Please contact the office for more Details.
(Full makeup certification is offered through our cosmetology Licensing program).

Teacher Program:

This course, which is taught in English, consists of five hundred (500) hours of instruction and is designed to prepare a licensed cosmetologist to teach all phases of the basic cosmetology curriculum in a licensed cosmetology institution. Students enroll in a hybrid program with flexible student-teacher schedule
 
The student not only learns theoretical concepts but must also demonstrate in the classroom by student teaching under the supervision of a licensed educator. The student is taught employability and entrepreneurial skills and given a mock licensing exam for cosmetology instructors.