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CURRICULUM

L.E.A.R.N. School of Esthetics & Medical Esthetics

The curriculum for students enrolled in an esthetics course is, effective September 1, 2013, 1000 clock hours and 800 credit hours. The purpose is to provide students with training to prepare for the Alabama State Board Requirements of graduation and application for an Esthetics License to practice in the State of Alabama. This license reciprocates in some states. The “LEARN” program will include theory and clinical procedures.


ORIENTATION
Career opportunitiesHistory of Esthetics | Career Opportunities | Life Skills | Communicating for Success | Setting Goals and Planning





GENERAL SCIENCES - PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES
Esthetic Professional PracticesPrevention of Disease Transmission, Decontamination and Principles of Infection | Personal Hygiene | Public Health and Safety | EPA, OSHA, Infection Controls, Standards and blood spill procedures | AIDS, HIV and communicable diseases | Facility Hygiene, Clean-up Applications and Procedures



PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
professional imagePersonal Attitude | Personal Image | Professional Salon Image 




BUSINESS PRACTICES
esthetic business practicesState Board Rules and Regulations and Law | Esthetician Salon Devolopment | Business Insurance | Client Records | Confindential Ethics | Medical Record Keeping | Write Your Resume | The Job Interview



SCIENCES
Esthetic sciencesHistology of Skin | Anatomy and Physiology | Cell | Tissues | Organs and Body Systems | Structure of the Skin and Glands | Function of the Skin and Glands | Conditions and Disorders of the Skin | Theory, Introduction to Microdermabrasion Medical Terminology | Medical Charting | Clinical Sanitation and Sterilization | Customer Service | Advance Skin Analysis/Diseases | Basics of Chemistry, Electricity and Nutrition 

THE TREATMENT ROOM
Spa treatment roomsImportance of Properly Setting Up | Presentation | Cleanliness | Professionalism and Room Atmosphere | Equipment and Supplies | Decontamination Procedures | Save Resources (green practices) | 



FACIALS
facials, microdermabrasionClient Consultation and Skin Analysis | Client Draping and Protection | Cleansing and Toning | Post-Operative and Pre-Operative Therapy | Spa Facials and Aromatherapy | European Massage | Mask Therapy | Enzyme Peels | Paraffin Wax Masks | Machines | Lymphatic Drainage Massage | Specialized Custom Treatments (acne, oily, dry, rosacea) | Microdermabrasion (with crystal and crystal-free) | 

MAKE-UP
make-up artistClient Consultation and Skin Analysis | Contouring | Application | Color Accent | Camouflage Make Up | Lash Application and Extensions 




HAIR REMOVAL

waxing, tweezing

Methods of Hair Removal | 
Lip, Chin, Face, Leg, Arm, AND Back Waxing |  Bikini Waxing |  Brow Waxing |  Brow Tweezing and Shaping |  Lash and Brow Tinting 


ADVANCED ESTHETICS
advanced skin care professionWorking in a Medical Environment (laws, rules and regulations) | Chemical Treatments (exfoliation and peels) | Microdermabrasion | Laser | Light Therapy | LED | Fillers and Injectables | Lymphatic Drainage Techniques | Body Treatments | Microcurrent Machines | Wound Management | Cellulite Treatments | Hydrafacial Jet Peel | Body Treatments (Wraps, Vichy Shower) | Advanced Camouflage Makeup Techniques 

SPA/SALON MANAGEMENT-The Skin Care Business
Spa management

Career Planning | Selling Products and Services