We prefer you have a current skin care license but will consider a recent graduate of an accredited skincare program while you are waiting to take your state boards. We also welcome licensed RN, PA and NP applicants to our program.
Payments may be made by either paying in full at the time of registration or by making payments.
The payment structure for all is as follows: • A $1500.00 deposit (non-refundable) is due at the time of registration for all applicants • Applicants wishing to pay in full may do so at the time of registration. • Applicants wishing to utilize a payment plan after initial deposit may do so as follows: **1st installment of $1000.00 due 90 days prior to program start date **2nd installment of $1000.00 due 30 days prior to program start date **3rd installment of $1000.00 due before the fifth class date **Payment schedule subject to change depending on contract signing date/class start date
We cannot answer this with a specific dollar amount. In our experience after completing this program and becoming employed in a medical aesthetic setting, your ability to make an increased living is a realistic expectation. Medical aesthetic services are usually higher in price and may garner an increased commission payout. Some establishments offer hourly pay or per service compensation.
All students are required to participate in hands on practice of each service being taught in the program. You are required to give and receive services on each other. If you have a special circumstance that is a contraindication for any of the services or certifications being taught, we require advanced notice. Any student that needs to abstain from participation will be discussed on a case by case basis and if participating is determined to be a contraindication, you must supply a model to practice on. You should be able to supply a model for each module’s hands on practice.
There are a variety of career opportunities available after completing the program such as a medical spa, plastic surgery practice or dermatologist office. You may even consider opening your own skincare business within an established medical practice.
Yes, we welcome licensed aestheticians and cosmetologists, Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners and Physicians Assistants from any state. Please note: There is no official license for a medical aesthetician in any state, so this program is for advanced educational purposes, as well as the additional certifications.
The State of NJ has no official license for Medical Aesthetician. Only a certificate of completion can be offered at this time to show your participation and graduation from this continuing education program.
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