1,000 clock hours, approximately 25 weeks on a 35-hour per week schedule.
The Cadet Instructor course is designed for the certified practitioner for a career in training and supervising hair design, esthetics and nail technology students. Successful completion of the course leads to registration with the Oregon Department of Education as a vocational school instructor.
Cadet training is divided into four units: freshman, sophomore, junior, senior. Each unit consists of academic and academic laboratory. Evaluations are an on-going part of the study and Cadet students are required to maintain progress records throughout the course.
Student grades will be based on theory assignments, theory exams, practical assignments and practical exams. Students must achieve a grade of C (75%) or better to be considered acceptable according to the following grading scale:
|A||90% to 100%||Superior|
|B||80% to 89%||Excellent|
|C||75% to 79%||Satisfactory|
|F||74% or less||Unsatisfactory|
MILADY STANDARD COSMETOLOGY
2016, 13ST EDITION
ISBN 13: 978-1-2857-6941-7
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One common challenge our students face is deciding how to pay for their beauty school program. There are various ways to pay for school and our admissions team is here to help. Phagans School of Hair Design is an accredited beauty school, which means that financial aid is available to students who qualify. We strive to make the application process as easy as possible for our students because we believe nothing should stand in the way of pursuing your dream career!