Cosmetology Teacher Training in Kentucky
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151 Chenoweth Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
554 Westport Road
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
7285 Turfway Road
Florence, KY 41042
5120 Dixie Highway
Louisville, KY 40216
Barrett and Company School of Hair Design – Accredited
Nicholasville, KY 40356
Edge Academy of Beauty – Accredited
Manchester, KY 40962
Lexington, KY 40517
Regina Webb Academy – Accredited
Bowling Green, KY 42104
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- 1,000 education hours are required to become licensed.
- You must renew your license every 1 year.
- 0 continuing education hours are required to renew your license.
- Average salary for teacher training in Kentucky is $50,520.
- There is a predicted 19.6% job increase between 2012 - 2022.
The world of beauty and fashion is alive and well in Kentucky. Look no further than the award-winning House of Beauty Salon & Spa for a stellar example. But you probably know that already, if you currently work in one of the related professions, such as hair, nails, barbering or esthetics. Do you remember your first teacher? We'd bet they completed their cosmetology teacher requirements from a beauty school approved by the state. And you can too, if your goal is to teach the next generation of beauty professionals in Kentucky.
So, how do we fit into this crazy world of beauty? We are a passionate group who cares about style, fashion, nails, skin care - and who doesn't love a massage? That's why we work tirelessly to help students in all 50 states, plus D.C., find beauty school programs that align with their goals. If you need the highlights of what to expect, glance down to our easy facts. If you want to go ahead and view your local and state cosmetology school listings, we have that pretty little search box up top, and a list you can contact schools from directly below.
State License Requirements
Required to earn a teacher training license
The cosmetology instructor licensing process in Kentucky is straightforward. You must have a cosmetology license for at least one year prior to applying for instructor licensure. You must go through 1,000 hours of training and teaching to be approved to teach courses independently. Then, you can take your written and practical exams. You receive your license once the Board receives proof of your passing scores.
Kentucky cosmetology instructor courses and programs should help you learn effective communication, leadership and ways to design coursework so students can fully grasp the concepts of cosmetology. When choosing programs, be sure to compare the courses each one offers side-by-side. This will help you see clearly which program aligns with your professional aspirations and standards for instructor training.
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License renewal period
Continuing education required
Like many states, Kentucky does not have an official cosmetology instructor license; so you will need to go through their regular cosmetology licensure process. Once complete, you must hold your license for 1,000 training hours and pass instructor exams. You are not required to take continuing education courses to maintain your license. However, you are expected to renew your license every year during the month of July, by the last day of the month. The renewal fee is $20, and processed by the Kentucky Board of Cosmetology.
Kentucky Teacher Training Careers
Average yearly salary for teacher training in Kentucky
The Job Outlook for a Beauty School Instructor in Kentucky appears to have some room for growth. Beauty School Instructors can expect some competition in the KY market and should consider specializing to easily promote instruction strengths. With a location quotient of 1.69 and an average annual wage of $50,520, Kentucky is considered to have an above average employment level for this occupation, and with a decent wage.