Cosmetology Instructor Training in Renton

If you are already a licensed cosmetologist, seeking cosmetology instructor training in Renton could be the next step in your career. Instructors are charged with passing on their knowledge and industry experience to students, and with shaping the next generation of cosmetology professionals. Training to be an instructor may not be as difficult or time consuming as you might think.

Cosmetology Instructor Training in Renton

Many of the same organizations who offer basic cosmetology training and continuing education classes also offer instructor training. This can include community colleges, trade schools and dedicated beauty colleges. Thanks to a new Evergreen Beauty College campus, there is a new location offering this training in Renton. With the addition of this location, it is now easier than ever for some Washington residents to complete their instructor training.

Because students in a cosmetology training program are already licensed beauticians, there is little instruction necessary on cosmetology techniques. Instead, these programs focus on teaching students how to be teachers. They cover teaching methods, student evaluation and even communication skills. Like your initial cosmetology training, they require both lecture classes and hands-on training. Once the required educational hours are completed, you must sit for a State Board exam for instructors.

Cosmetology Instructor Jobs

Vocational schools, technical schools and beauty colleges all need quality teachers who can instruct the next generation of beauticians. The demand for cosmetology school instructors is increasing, therefore, once you get your marching orders, there is a high chance of getting a job. If you already had your own business, you don’t have to give it up.

It’s important to note that you don’t have to give up your salon to teach. While many instructors make teaching the next step in their career, many others teach part time and continue to run their own salons as well. A full-time teaching position at a well-known school can be incredibly lucrative, but a part time position at a local tech school can also be a great addition to your cosmetology resume.

If you would like to become a cosmetology school instructor, all you have to do is enroll in a training program in one of our campuses. Our instructor program gives you an opportunity to pass your skills onto new students eager to join the beauty industry. The program covers the following; teaching skills, classroom management, testing and evaluation.


Frank Trieu
Vice President of Business Development & Industry Relations

Frank Trieu is a cosmetology industry leader, and despite his accomplishments and accolades, he still prioritizes students on the Evergreen campus. Through building relationships within the community and local salons, retail stores, and spas, he helps facilitate job placements for aspiring beauty professionals using his expansive network.

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