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Cosmetology

About the Cosmetology Program

Description

Certifications:

  • SC Cosmetology License

Instructor for Cosmetology

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Phone: 803-425-8982 ext. 1628 Salon: 803-425-8998

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Business Administration, Coker College South Carolina Cosmetology License, Betty Stevens Cosmetology Institute SC Cosmetology Instructor License, Betty Stevens Cosmetology Institute

Ms. Rebecca Teal

The 2022-2023 school year is my 15th year at WTC as the cosmetology instructor.  I am looking forward to a colorful year with the students. I am excited to share my passion and knowledge of the cosmetology industry.  

It is my hope and goal that all students enrolled in our program will leave WTC School of Cosmetology with a South Carolina Cosmetology License to begin their professional career! 

 

Class Schedule 1st & 2nd Semester

Cosmetology Level 1 (Juniors)

8:25-11:05

Cosmetology Level 2 (Seniors)

12:05-2:45

Cosmetology Course Listing

To complete a career major in Cosmetology, students must adhere to strict academic and attendance requirements and complete a two-year program of courses to meet state licensing requirements.  Participants will be selected through an application and interview process.   Cosmetology students receive training in the arts and science of hair, skin, and nail care and beautification, as well as salon planning and business management.

Cosmetology 1      615083CD

Grade 11                                                                

2 units 

Cosmetology 2     615183CD

Grade 11                                                           

2 units

Prerequisite: Entrance application and personal interview. Must register for Cosmetology and 1 and 2.

These courses introduce the student to the Cosmetology profession and the safety factors required to perform in a professional setting.  The course of study includes shampooing, hair styling, coloring, lightening, finger waving, manicuring, pedicuring, chemical relaxing, pressing and curling, scalp and hair treatments, wigs and hairpieces, facials and make-up, and blow dry styling.  The program requirements include two full years - two periods a day of instruction; 1500 contact hours; and strict academic and attendance standards. A course fee is required for entrance into this program after notification of acceptance is received.

Cosmetology 3     615283CD

Grade 12                                                                

2 units

Cosmetology 4     615383CD

Grade 12                                                           

2 units 

Prerequisite: Cosmetology 1 and 2; Successful completion of 11th grade requirements. Must register for Cosmetology 3 and 4.

These courses prepare students to qualify for the state licensing examination and to be able to provide professional services in a beauty salon.  Students will review all areas studied in Cosmetology 1 and 2 and will also receive training in safety, salon site planning, salon management, hairpieces, chemical relaxing, hair coloring, lightening and toning, and product chemistry by means of both theory and practical applications on both mannequins and live models.