Cosmetology Teacher Training in Oregon

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Beau Monde College of Hair Design – Accredited

2032 Lloyd Center
Portland, OR 97232

College of Cosmetology – Accredited

357 East Main Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601

College of Hair Design Careers – Accredited

1684 Clay Street Northeast
Salem, OR 97301

Northwest College School of Beauty

2241 Tower East
Medford, OR 97504

Northwest College School of Beauty

3150 Gateway Loop
Springfield, OR 97477

Phagans' Beauty College

1565 Southwest 53rd Street
Corvallis, OR 97333

How to Become a Cosmetology Teacher in Oregon

Oregon Cosmetology Teacher Training At a Glance
  • Average salary for teacher training in Oregon is $55,550.
  • There is a predicted 8.4% job increase between 2012 - 2022.

If you want to know about the Oregon beauty industry's diverse population of professionals, just look at Jennifer Jones. She's a makeup artist from the Hillsboro area, who is in high-demand around Halloween every year. She turns people into zombies and scary monsters with Hollywood level skill. Whether you teach hair, nail, skin or makeup, it takes top-notch cosmetology instructor training to teach effectively. When you learn how to communicate the core fundamentals while bringing out the best in your students, they will pursue their own unique ambitions. Who knows what you'll inspire?

You can also use the search box at the top of this page. When you reach out to beauty schools to compare programs, you will want to ask if they have career advisors who can help you find instructor jobs after program completion. Even though we research the latest statistics and data we can find, we always recommend speaking directly with schools in your area to get an accurate picture of the job landscape.

State License Requirements

In order to qualify for your cosmetology instructor license in Oregon, you'll need to gain two years of training plus one year of work experience after receiving your cosmetology license.

Education Details

Oregon teacher training programs are geared towards helping you understand the different types of learners and how you can help them achieve their goals in beauty. Whether you are teaching about hair, nails, makeup or skincare techniques, you will need to find ways to inspire students. Coursework should also help you understand ways to keep student retention rates as high as they can be. All of this requires a program with the right courses.

Oregon cosmetology instructor courses cover:

  • Classroom management
  • Student evaluation
  • Curriculum design
  • Ethics and legal issues

License Renewal

In order to qualify for your cosmetology instructor license in Oregon, you’ll need to gain two years of training plus one year of work experience after receiving your cosmetology license. After completing your training and becoming licensed you must complete 30 hours of continuing education units every renewal period. Licenses must be renewed every two years by the last day of your birth month. Your renewal process will take place through the Oregon Health Licensing Office, and will cost you a $40 fee.

Oregon Teacher Training Careers


Average yearly salary for teacher training in Oregon

Oregon beauty school instructors have the opportunity to work in a variety of educational settings. Many choose to work at local community colleges teaching classes or at private educational institutions. They spend time helping students learn their chosen beauty craft, whether its nails, health, hair or something else. An OR beauty school instructor can expect to make an annual salary of $49,470 per year and join a work force of over 119,000 individuals nationwide.

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Health Licensing Office
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