Master Esthetics – You pick the schedule

I shared that we will be launching a master esthetic program here at Evergreen in 2014.

I would like to ask you help me pick the schedule by answering two questions:

Question 1:

We want to know which schedule for schooling would you prefer?

  1. 5 days (8 hours days) a week for 7 ½ months
  2. 4 days (10 hours days) a week for 7 ½ months
  3. 3 days (10 hours days) a week for 10 ½ months

Question 2:

With the Master Esthetics Program at 1200 hours, it allows you do to do all the basic skincare treatments but also includes more advance treatments such as lasers and medium depth peels. The 750 hrs program only allows you to do the basic skincare treatments. Therefore which one would you choose?

  1. Master Esthetics Program (10 ½ months)
  2. Basic Esthetics Program (7 ½ months)
  3. Basic Esthetics Program (7 ½ months) and later take a 4 month continuing training to get Master Esthetics.

Please put your responses below in the comment section.  Thank you!!!

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Staci Henderson
Staci Henderson
8 years ago

Hi frank,

I am wanting the master Esthetician license.. What would be the program choices for the additional 400 hours since I already did the basic Esthetician with evergreen?

Thank you
Staci Henderson

Staci Henderson
Staci Henderson
8 years ago

That’s fantastic! I would be interested in days or evenings if it was only 86 hours! :). I could make it work… Thanks frank!! Tell joe hi 🙂

Staci Henderson
Staci Henderson
8 years ago

If I were brand new I enroll I would choose 3- 10 hour days for the master Esthetician program for the 10 1/2 months long… Unless there was an option for evenings.

Amber M
Amber M
8 years ago

I’d do basic and then come back for the Masters at three days a week. That way I’d already have my license and be working in the field while I was going back for my masters. But I’m already in the Esthetics program so, I’ll have to come back for it anyway but it would be really nice to learn since I don’t have the money to pay for the individual classes offered while we’re in school. Three days because that leaves time for work but if there happened to be an evening option, I’d pick 5 days a week.

Ashley Cornelius
Ashley Cornelius
8 years ago

Hi Frank,
I start the 3 day a week 10 hours a day Esthetician course on about 2 weeks. I would for sure continue my education after may when I finish. That’s pretty awesome you are creating the master program. I’m thinking I will apply for employment at Evergreen Beauty when I complete my program.

Shannon Shepherd
Shannon Shepherd
8 years ago

Frank,

I am interested in the Master Esthetician program. I have been interested in esthetics for a number of years but I could never make the program work for my schedule. The daytime hours simply do not work for those who work in salaried positions even if it is only 3 days per week. My ideal schedule for class would be evenings from 5:00-10:00 p.m. and then a couple of all-day Saturdays.

Shannon Shepherd
Shannon Shepherd
8 years ago

Frank,

I am looking for the initial licensure but would want to continue once the basic esthetician training was complete. Thank you for your question and consideration of my comment.

Chante Robinson
Chante Robinson
8 years ago

Hi Frank!

This is very exciting news and I am interested in the Master Esthetician License. I am Currently applying at spas right now to establish myself in the industry but am willing to take the course however it balances out with working. Ideally I’d prefer daytime hours 3 days a week (in a perfect world have the option for a flexible schedule with school and work.) in regards to curriculum I would be interested in learning what peels are being done in the industry currently; be it chemical, enzyme or anything else I have not heard of. Same desire for laser. In addition, more knowledge on body treatments, advanced massage/facial techniques would be advantageous too. So, in a nutshell I guess I am trying to convey this … The more knowledge the merrier!! : ) I am a fan of as much knowledge as I can digest. How would payment for the program be setup? Thank you for having this blog and asking for feedback!

Shannon Shepherd
Shannon Shepherd
8 years ago

Hello Frank,

I thought I would check in with you to see what information you have collected about the popularity of night classes for esthetician students who want to get an initial certification. As I commented before, day classes are simply not workable for anyone who has a full-time job and is attempting to move from one career into another. I know that a couple of esthetics programs in the south of Everett do have evening programs. For example Euro Institute and Northwest Aesthetics are two that do offer evening programs. I believe these institutions have offered evening programs for years so I would think that there is a population interested in evening classes. I think this is something your school should consider as I do not know of any Esthetics programs north of Seattle that offer evening classes.

Best Regards,
Shannon