Chemical Peels Certification (State Board Approved)
Microdermabrasion Certification (State Board Approved)
Now includes Laser Certification & Microcurrent Certifications!
Our objective is to offer you a comprehensive and highly developed Program of Study in Esthetics and to provide you with the skills necessary to become a licensed Esthetician in the State of Colorado. This program is 750 hours long.
- Medical Spa
- Makeup Artist
- Day Spa, Resort, Cruise Line Skin Care Specialist
- Beauty Editor
- Wellness Center
- Direct Sales Demonstrator
- Spa Manager
- Cosmetic Buyer
Upon successful completion of the Esthetician Program and graduation, the student will receive a record of completion. The student will then apply for State Licensure testing. Upon passing the written and final test, the student will be qualified to work as an Esthetician.
- Microdermabrasion Certification
- Chemical Peel Certification
- Modality Certification
- Laser Certification
Career Skills Learned
Students practice on clients under the supervision of a Certified Instructor.
- Salt glows
- Self tanning
- Body polishing
- Mud Treatments
- Facial/skin care
- Facial makeup
- Hair removal
- Tinting of Lashes/Brows
- 5 crystal and diamond tipped microdermabrasion machines
- May different chemical peels including:
- Disinfection, sanitation, safe work practices
- Management, ethics, & interpersonal skills/salesmanship
- Laws, rules & regulations
- Laser Certification
- Microcurrent Certification
Additional Program Information
- Students will participate in periodical fieldtrips and educational shows.
- Guest speakers, product representatives, salon managers/owners are encouraged to give speeches and demonstrations of new products, job opportunities, and new trends in the industry.
- We encourage students to have job interviews while using a form supplied to them with a list of questions and required information they will need to obtain from prospective employers. This gives the student an opportunity to interview and seek out jobs prior to graduation.
119 full time days – or – 184 part time days (750 hours) excluding holidays and/or announced school closures.
Visit our Class Schedules page for specific start dates and schedules.
- A student must be at least 18 years old.
- Have a high school diploma or GED
- The college does not accept ATB students