The Adult Education Cosmetology program prepares students to take the State of Ohio Board of Cosmetology exam for licensure. The 1,500 hour Cosmetology Program includes both theory classes and practical lab experiences in the school’s Cosmetology Salon. Students practice with mannequins, each other and gain real work experience with individual clients and by participating in community service projects. Students also improve their skills by completing a 150 hour internship experience in a local salon, spa or other commercial setting.
The WCCC Cosmetology program is a Pivot Point member school. The Pivot Point "A Designer's Approach to Education" includes the latest information and trends in Cosmetology. New this year, students will receive a netbook computer, included in their school fees, in order to access the Pivot Point online curriculum. Students will be able to study at home and make up missed lessons, and will also do online work at school.
Students will learn the art of hairstyling, including hair cut, style, color, etc., as well as how to perform facials, manicures and pedicures.
The Cosmetology Management Program includes the Cosmetology 1,500 hours of training plus an additional 300 hours of study related to Cosmetology Management.
See the "How to Enroll in a Full Time Program" page for more details.
Program Start Dates:
Cosmetology Program (1500 hrs)
- 15CDCS1500B: January 12, 2015
- 15CDCS1500C: May 18, 2015
- 60 weeks, class meets Mon thru Thurs, 10:00 am-5:30 pm
- 15CDCS1800B: January 12, 2015
- 15CDCS1800C: May 18, 2015
- 69 weeks, class meets Mon thru Thurs, 10:00 am-5:30 pm
For more information or to register, call 513-932-8145.
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The WCCC state-of-the-art training salon/lab is one of the finest in the state. Students are trained in an environment that is just like a working salon and learn through theory and practical lab experiences.
The WCCC Salon/Lab is open to the public for services performed by students as a part of their learning process. To make an appointment, call 513-933-3947. Details are in the flyer, below.