Cosmetology Teacher Training in Michigan
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31450 Gratiot Avenue
Roseville, MI 48066
3583 Alpine Avenue Northwest
Grand Rapids, MI 49544
6091 Constitution Boulevard
Portage, MI 49024
4390 Dixie Highway
Waterford Township, MI 48329
3498 Rochester Road
Troy, MI 48083
Paul Mitchell The School Farmington Hills – Accredited
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Paul Mitchell The School Grand Rapids – Accredited
Kentwood, MI 49512
West Michigan College of Barbering and Beauty – Accredited
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
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How to Become a Cosmetology Teacher in Michigan
- 500 education hours are required to become licensed.
- You must renew your license every 2 years.
- 0 continuing education hours are required to renew your license.
- Average salary for teacher training in Michigan is $50,310.
- There is a predicted 8.1% job increase between 2012 - 2022.
Michigan is ahead of the game when it comes to style and fashion trendsetters on Instagram. These business-minded fashionistas from the Dearborn area, and others like them, use their passion for beauty to promote head-turning styles, products and tips. These are the kinds of creative, driven students that can keep you inspired as a cosmetology teacher. It doesn''t matter if you want to teach hair, nails, skin care, or even massage; you need proper training to be the best teacher you can be. Fortunately, there are many options for Michigan cosmetology professionals. Why are we so interested in helping beauty professionals become stellar teachers? Because we love everything beauty-related.
That's why we have information about every area the industry offers. From cosmetology to electrolysis, you can find cosmetology teacher requirements and career statistics below. To go ahead and view the program listings for your area, scroll down or use the search box up top, and you'll be on your way. When you speak with each advisor, be sure to ask what kinds of career services they offer graduates who want help finding beauty school teacher positions.
State License Requirements
Required to earn a teacher training license
Ready to teach cosmetology to new students? First, you need a valid cosmetology license. You must then use your cosmetology license to get at least three years of experience in the beauty industry. At least one year must be in a cosmetologist role. From there, you can complete a 500-hour teacher training program. The licensing fee is $63 in Michigan.
When you receive information about cosmetology teacher training programs in Michigan, you will need to compare the learning goals for each course they offer. Being a good teacher takes more than stellar cosmetology skills. It will require communication, patience, and the ability to connect with all types of learners. You also need to speak with school advisors about your goals to ensure they align with the course offerings.
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License renewal period
Continuing education required
In Michigan, to become a legal cosmetology instructor, you will need to complete their standard processes for obtaining your cosmetology license, plus 500 hours of training. Your license will need to be renewed every two years, no later than your birthday. The cost for renewal is $68, which is paid to the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs. Once you receive your license, you will only need to keep it in good standing to continue working. This state does not require continuing education courses for instructors.
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Average yearly salary for teacher training in Michigan
Contact the Michigan State Board of Cosmetology
- 611 West Ottawa, Lansing, MI 48909
- Website: Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
- Call: 517-335-9700
The Michigan State Board of Cosmetology can help you answer additional questions about obtaining a Michigan state cosmetology license.