Medical & Spa
Aesthetics Program

Your journey begins here

Our aesthetics program is a pre-employment trade course in all phases of aesthetics, professional ethics and salon management. Theoretical instruction is combined with practical work conducted in a modern and thoroughly equipped cosmetology school.

We prepare students to enter the aesthetics field upon graduation.

Each student must complete a minimum of 1500 hours of instruction under a licensed instructor to become eligible to take the Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick Certified License Exam. Upon completion, with passing grades, Atlantic Hairstyling and Aesthetics Academy will award a diploma.

Hone your skills in a real environment

We will train you in all the basic elements of the industry, and provide the ideal introduction to today’s spa and medical atmosphere. The latest of technology is used with the aid of silhouette tone microdermabrasion machine and the aromatherapy steam bed as well as the pedicure spa baths.

Throughout your time at Atlantic Hairstyling and Aesthetics Academy you will have access to participate in regional and national competitions! Just one of the many perks of choosing Atlantic Hairstyling and Aesthetics Academy.

Courses begin annually in February and August. Applications are processed on a ” first in” basis, so be certain we receive your completed application form as soon as possible!

Hone your skills in a real environment

Your practical and theoretical work will begin with the aid of mannequin forms. As you progress through this phase you will advance to practising your newly acquired skills on actual clientele in a real salon and spa environment.

Throughout your time at Atlantic Hairstyling Academy there will be various regional and national competitions; they are not mandatory to complete your training. Competitions are your choice.

Courses begin annually in January and August. Applications are processed on a ” first in” basis, so be certain we receive your completed application form as soon as possible!

Training Overview

Theory
  • Career opportunities
  • Your professional image
  • History of skin care
  • Bacteriology
  • Cells, anatomy and physiology
  • Physiology and histology of skin
  • Disorders of the skin
  • Chemistry for aestheticians
  • Ingredient and product analysis
  • Client preparation and draping
  • Aromatherapy
  • Enemies of the skin
  • The salon business
Practical

In addition to theory, all students receive “hands-on” practice in each of the following areas:

  • Cleansing of the skin
  • Massage technique
  • Thai stem massage
  • Lava shell massage
  • Cleansing of the skin
  • Massage technique
  • Thai stem massage
  • Lava shell massage
  • Retailing and services
  • Work experience
Aesthetics skills
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Light therapy
  • Aromatherapy steam tent bed
  • Body wraps
  • Waxing
  • Eyelash & brow extensions
  • Fake bake self-tanning
Manicures / Pedicures
  • CND gel nails
  • Nails, hand and foot care
  • Manicure basic & spa
  • Pedicure basic & spa
  • Footlogix toe brace
  • Master pedicurist

Course Fees and Costs for Aesthetics

Tuition

$9500.00

After reviewing applications, selected candidates will be required to attend an interview. (A non-refundable deposit of $300.00 must be submitted upon registration. This deposit is deducted from your tuition costs)

Kits & Textbook

$2500.00

This kit contains the textbook and tools you will need to complete the course.

NOTE: All items in the study/ practice kit become the personal property of the students therefore, the student will take these articles with them upon completion of the course.

Related Costs

In addition to the course fees listed above, all students must also pay the following:

Private Occupation Training Fee: $95.00 ( 1% of course tuition)
Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick Fees: $230.00

 

NOTE: None of the above fees are subject to HST. All prices are subject to change.

Beyond Theory and Practical

In addition to the theory and practical training outlined, we also offer training in a number of areas we feel are important to producing stylists that are able to compete for jobs in a modern salon environment, such as;

  • Referrals and customer service
  • Computer imaging
  • Discovery and consultation
  • Elements of design
  • Retail and professional products
Work Experience

In addition to the hours of theory and practical, each student is required to complete a minimum 120 hours of experience in a licensed salon (this experience is evaluated by the participating salon).

Guest Artists & Lab Days

These consist of opportunities to attend professional hair shows, special presentations by representatives from leading industry product suppliers, field trips to various salons and the association offices.

Acts and By-Law of the Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick

Students are versed in the various laws which regulate our trade in the Province of New Brunswick.

Examinations

There are two main examinations (written and practical):

  • Midterm Exam
  • Final Exam

NOTE: To become a licensed Hairstylist, students must write the Cosmetology Association of New Brunswick License Exam

Duration of the Course

This course takes approximately 10 and a half months to complete. Applications are processed on a “first in” basis, so be certain we receive your completed application form as soon as possible.

Our Partners

Hairstyling

23 Sunbury Street
Fredericton, NB
E3B 3S9  

Phone: (506) 453-9196    

Fax: (506) 459-1792
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Aesthetics

440 Brunswick Street
Fredericton, NB
E3B 1H3       

Phone: (506) 453-9192