Electrolysis Program – 320 hours

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Full Time: 3 months = 1833 (monthly payment)
Part Time: 6 months = 917 (monthly payment)



Program Cost $5.500

Short training • Long Career

Program Objective

Beauty and Health Institute’s Electrolysis Program prepares students for professional success as a licensed Electrologist. Professional Electrologists are in demand in a wide range of businesses, from salons and day spas to doctors’ offices, resorts, and as self-employed business owners.

Program Description

Students are instructed in a clinical/spa setting that offers extensive practical knowledge and training in the treatment of hair removal. The 320 hour program includes 120 hours of theory/classroom study and 200 hours of hands-on clinical training enabling students to apply, practice and perfect techniques under the guidance of a licensed Electrologist.

Main Topics

  • Proper sanitation, sterilization and infection control procedures required in the field of Electrolysis
  • Electrolysis, Thermolysis, and the Blend equipement training; as well as proper insertion techniques, probe holder and forceps skills
  • Client assessment, pre and post-treatment procedures, general treatment procedures, and clinical consultations
  • Anatomy, microbiology, disorders/conditions and assessment of the skin
  • Anatomy, biology and assessment of the hair
  • Use of electricity in hair removal
  • Florida Statutes and Rules for Electrolysis
  • Principles of clinic and office management

This program meets the educational requirements of the Florida Department of Health and Board of Electrolysis. Graduates are prepared for the state board examination inorder to obtain a license from the Florida Department of Health to become an Electrologist.

Program Outline

Subject
Anatomy and Physiology of the Hair and Skin
Skin Disorders and Disease
The Endocrine System
Hirsutism and Hypertrichosis
Bacteriology, Sanitation, and Sterilization
History and Evolution of Electrolysis
Selecting the Right Modality and Treatment Application
Thermolysis
Galvanic Electrolysis
The Blend Method
Electrical Operations
Laser Hair-Removal Treatment
Licesnure and Starting a Practice
Professional Ethics, Professional Organizations, and CE
Clinical Observation

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