Cosmetology Teacher Training in Georgia
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2615 George Busbee Parkway
Kennesaw, GA 30144
2450 Piedmont Road Suite 300
Atlanta, GA 30324
615 Ernest W Barrett Parkway
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Hogan Institute of Cosmetology & Esthetics – Accredited
Lilburn, GA 30047
- 750 education hours are required to become licensed.
- You must renew your license every 2 years.
- 5 continuing education hours are required to renew your license.
- Average salary for teacher training in Georgia is $47,790.
- There is a predicted 1.4% job increase between 2012 - 2022.
Georgia teacher training programs for cosmetologists can help experienced professionals inspire students like Maria Hernandez, who graduated from West Georgia Technical College in 2016. Her lifelong dream was to become a cosmetologist. Those dreams had to be put on hold, along with her high school education, when her family moved here from Mexico when she was 15. But now, after raising her own children, she is a certified cosmetologist in Georgia. Her story shows what a rewarding job it can be to educate beauty students of all ages and walks of life.
We are experts in helping potential instructors find the right cosmetology teacher training courses in Georgia. If you're ready to move forward and look at your school options, check out the listings below. You can also use our simple search box at the top of this page — and you're on your way! We also have some handy facts and statistics outlined below to help you gauge what to expect when you pursue teacher training. Whether you want to earn additional income or move into full-time teaching, let's start mapping your next move forward.
State License Requirements
Required to earn a teacher training license
Becoming a cosmetology teacher in Georgia requires a current cosmetology license. You must also go through 750 hours of specialized instructor training to teach cosmetology or barbering. Before beginning your instructor education, you have to spend at least one year working as a master cosmetologist. Those who want to teach esthetics only need 500 hours of instruction and those who want to teach nail technology need 250 hours.
In Georgia, you can become a cosmetology instructor through a teacher training program. If you're ready to translate your experience in the beauty industry to the next generation of learners, you should compare the courses at schools in your area. Look for learning outcomes that include understanding teaching methods, administering exams, and development of group presentation skills.
Georgia cosmetology instructor courses should include:
License renewal period
Continuing education required
Georgia offers cosmetology students a pretty straightforward path to becoming a licensed instructor in the state. If you earn your cosmetology license, plus gain 750 hours of training and pass the exams--you qualify. The renewal process is completed every two years by March 31st in even-numbered years only. When you renew in Georgia, there is a $50 fee for doing so. They also require 5 continuing education units when your renewal materials are due. This is a great way for Georgia to ensure its professionals stay up-to-date, and give their clients the very best service.
Georgia Teacher Training Careers
Average yearly salary for teacher training in Georgia
Beauty school instructors in Georgia work diligently to help students learn a specialty of their choosing. These specialties include nail work, hair styling, overall beauty and more. Beauty school instructors normally need extensive experience in their field and a secondary education degree. Beauty school instructors, on average, make $49,470 per year and are part of a work force that exceeds 116,000 people nationwide.
Contact the Georgia State Board of Cosmetology
The Georgia State Board of Cosmetology and Barbers can help you with replacing a lost cosmetology license, updating change of name or change of address information, and acquiring out-of-state and other useful forms, as well as answer additional questions about obtaining a Georgia state cosmetology license.