Cosmetology Teacher Training in North Dakota
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How to Become a Cosmetology Teacher in North Dakota
- 160 education hours are required to become licensed.
- You must renew your license every 1 year.
- 8 continuing education hours are required to renew your license.
- Average salary for teacher training in North Dakota is $47,360.
- There is a predicted 11.1% job increase between 2012 - 2022.
When you meet a cosmetologist or beauty professional who has been well-trained, you can tell right away. Skilled cosmetologists show off their abilities through their cosmetology techniques, their customer service skills, and their interactions with other stylists.
What makes a good stylist? It all begins with the right training. When beauty students enter cosmetology school, they're already passionate about beauty - they just need strong instructors to turn that passion into a career!
State License Requirements
Required to earn a teacher training license
Before you can consider becoming a cosmetology instructor, you have to make sure you meet the requirements of the North Dakota State Board of Cosmetology. You must have a valid cosmetology license in the state of North Dakota and at least one year of full-time work experience as a cosmetologist. Once you have met these two requirements, you must complete a training program of at least 160 hours.
The training program you complete should prepare you to be a mentor and teacher to new beauty students. You may learn about teaching theory, the ways in which adult students learn, and how to properly offer feedback on work. You may also practice your advanced cosmetology skills, since you must be able to show students proper techniques.
License renewal period
Continuing education required
If you want to become a cosmetology instructor in North Dakota, you will need to earn your regular cosmetologist’s license, plus accumulate one year of work experience and160 hours of training. The renewal process takes place every year, and must be completed by December 31st. The fee involved is $15, paid to the North Dakota State Board of Cosmetology. Instructors are required to complete 8 units of continuing education courses every year. These are board approved courses meant to keep students up-to-date on the latest skills and techniques.
North Dakota Teacher Training Careers
Average yearly salary for teacher training in North Dakota
Across the country, the job outlook for cosmetology instructors is strong. However, the job outlook in North Dakota is even better. Between 2012 and 2022, O*Net predicts a 15% increase in vocational education jobs. This growth rate is 3% higher than the national average (O*Net, 2012). When you become a cosmetology instructor, you may earn a range of salaries. You may start out with a lower salary if you are relatively new to the field or if you take on a smaller amount of classes to develop your teaching skills. Overall, the average salary for a North Dakota cosmetology instructor is $43,400 per year (O*Net, 2013). The highest paid instructors in this state earn more than $71,800 per year (O*Net, 2013).
Education is a significant part of the beauty industry, so you may find that you have many options and opportunities once you complete your training. You may choose to work for a beauty school - this is the most popular choice amongst cosmetology instructors in North Dakota. With this career choice, you can work a set schedule, teach a variety of skills, and stick with students from the beginning of their education until they graduate. You may also opt to work for a hair product brand. In this position, you may travel to different cities, teaching stylists and salon owners about new products that they may want to offer to their customers. Some salons and spas also use the services of cosmetology instructors, particularly if they want to teach their stylists about new techniques or skills. Regardless of which career path you decide to follow, a cosmetology instruction degree can be extremely useful. Marae Zimmerman, owner of Salon JiMarae, claims that education is a core aspect of her business. When customers sit down in a stylist's chair, they learn about the products they can use and how to make their hair beautiful at home. Your teaching skills can be of use in just about any setting!
Contact the North Dakota State Board of Cosmetology
- 4719 Shelburne St. Suite 1, Bismarck, ND 58503
- Website: North Dakota State Board of Cosmetology
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call: 701-224-9800
- Fax: 701-222-8756