Medical Aesthetician Training

TAKE IT TO THE NEXT LEVEL.

Laser Hair Removal Training
Skincare Treatments, hydrofacial, highfrequency

Skincare, Electrolysis/Laser, and Medical Office
Training Program

Become a Medical Aesthetician in Just 6 Months!

Medical Aesthetician Program admission requirements.

  1. Complete an academy tour 
  2. Provide high school transcripts or equivalent
  3. Provide a valid State ID or Drivers License
  4. Make student registration payment 
  5. Complete student enrollment agreement

Our Medical Aesthetician program curriculum is designed to give you the crucial information. That is required to succeed in today’s professional health & beauty industry. This program is a combined program. Students will receive their Facial Specialist license  and the Electrolysis/Laser license. 

The first 300 clock hours you will learn the following:

  • Facial treatment devices
  • Botani-Clinical product knowledge¬†
  • Lash & brow tint
  • Facial lymphatic techniques¬†
  • Facial hair removal ‚Äď wax, thread, & sugar
  • Lash extensions¬†
  • Day & Evening Makeup
  • Comprehensive skin analysis
  • Treatment services

The next 350 clock hours you will learn the following:

  • Three electrolysis modalities (Thermolysis, Galvanic Electrolysis, and the Blend Method)
  • Laser and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) hair removal
  • Treatment procedures
  • Use and maintenance of hair removal devices, equipment, and supplies
  • Skin typing and how to choose the right treatment parameters
  • Hair-removal business management

We use a digital learning platform called CIMA by Milady learning platform. The platform is loved by both students and instructors because it helps us seamlessly train students using a combination of digital learning, hands-on learning, and teacher instruction. The foundation of our teaching is the curriculum set forth by the Florida Board of Cosmetology and the Florida Electrolysis Council. This curriculum, along with the CIMA platform and our experience, helps prepare each student for their state licensure. 

Full time: 22 Weeks attending 30 hours per week

Part time: 33 Weeks attending 20 hours week

For the first 10 weeks, students may choose from day or evening class times. 

Day: 

  • On Campus Monday & Tuesday, 9am-4pm
  • 18 hours per week CIMA online self-study

Evening:

  • On Campus Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 5pm ‚Äď 9pm
  • 18 hours per week CIMA online self-study

 

After that, the focus turns to the Elecrolysis/Laser portion of the program. Schedule for weeks 11-20:

  • On Campus Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 10am ‚Äď 4:30pm
  • 12 hours per week self-study with Canvas
 
The last 2 weeks of the program are dedicated to perfecting your practical skills. These classes will all be on campus. Schedule for weeks 21-22:
  • ¬†Thursday & Friday, 10am ‚Äď 5pm

Students will receive their kit during orientation. 

  • Ipad
  • Milady eBook
  • Tweezers & brow scissors
  • Extractor
  • Cryoglobes
  • Lash curler
  • Lash extension kit
  • Strip lashes
  • Bowls & brushes
  • Apron
  • Mirror¬†
  • Linens
  • Skin Care Products Kit

With this program students will receive their facial specialist license through the State of Florida.

  1. Candela Certification https://candelamedical.com/
  2. Dectro Certification https://www.dectro.com/en
  3. Skin Scripts Facial Treatments
  4. Lash & Brow Tinting
  5. Facial Hair Removal
  6. Lash Extensions
  7. Skin Analysis
  8. Facial Treatment Devices
  9. Botani-Clinical Product Knowledge
  10. Day & Evening Makeup

Students must complete all 650 clock hours. Students must pass program final exam. Once final exam has been passed and all required hours are completed, students will be able to apply to take the Electrolysis Prometric exam.

Please click on the link for more information on obtaining your Electrolysis license through the State of Florida. https://www.floridahealth.gov/licensing-and-regulation/electrolysis/licensing/index.html

Learn Medical Aesthetician Procedures With State of the Art Equipment

We have partnered with Candela,
Florida Electrolysis Board
Electrolysis Board Exam Requirements

Licensure Requirements

Electrolysis Council

 

Apply Online for Licensure: Eliminate mailing time and expedite your application! Apply online, using your user id and password, and receive a response within 10-13 business days!

Important Change to Florida Licensure Requirements

Effective July 1, 2016, please note the changes listed below regarding the initial licensure process.

  • The requirement to complete a 2-hour prevention of medical errors course for initial licensure will be discontinued. This course will now only be required for the biennial renewal of your license once issued.
  • Enrollment in an educational program prior to July 1, 2009 will no longer serve as an exception to the prohibitions from initial licensure listed in Section 456.0635, Florida Statutes.

Effective February 1, 2022, please note the changes listed below regarding the initial licensure process.

  • Official Transcripts:¬†Please note that official transcripts may be submitted to the Electrolysis Council in a password-protected electronic formats via e-mail by the approved Electrolysis Training Program to¬†mqa.electrolysis@flhealth.gov.

Please contact the Board Office at 850-245-4373 with any questions.

BEFORE applying for a license with the State of Florida, the Electrolysis Council encourages all students who have finished the required 320-hour electrolysis training at a Florida approved school to first register to sit for and successfully pass the examination directly with Prometric. To register, please see AEA Prometric Exam Information tab below.

An applicant must submit the application, fees and following documentation:

Proof of Date of Birth¬†‚Äď May use either:

  • Copy of driver‚Äôs license
  • Birth certificate
  • Current passport
Proof of High School Education
Copy of the actual diploma, high school equivalent diploma or GED, or high school transcript that shows the date of graduation is acceptable. If in a language other than English, a translation must be submitted.

Completed High School Education Outside of the U.S.? An applicant who completed their high school diploma, high school equivalent diploma or graduate equivalency diploma outside of the U.S. shall submit a credentials evaluation verifying completion of same from a valid credentialing agency. If the document is in a language other than English, please provide an official translation of the foreign document; this must be done by a qualified individual who can attest to its accurateness. A listing of credentials evaluations organizations you may contact are provided below.

Joseph Silny & Associates, Inc.
International Education Consultants 
7101 SW 102 Ave
Miami, FL 33173
(305) 273‚Äź1616
website: www.jsilny.org

Educational Credential Evaluators
P. O. Box 514070
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203‚Äź 3470
(414) 289‚Äź3400
website: www.ece.org

International Education Research Foundation
P. O. Box 3655
Culver City, California 90231‚Äź7086 (310) 258‚Äź9451
website: www.ierf.org

Proof of Electrolysis Training
Official Transcripts: Please note that official transcripts may be submitted to the Electrolysis Council in a password-protected electronic formats via e-mail by the approved Electrolysis Training Program to mqa.electrolysis@flhealth.gov.
  • 120 hours minimum academic training
  • 200 hours minimum practical experience
The Electrolysis Council approves no home study or correspondence school. For more information contact MQA_Electrolysis@flhealth.gov by email or by telephone at 850.245-4373 ext. 2510.

Florida Approved Training Schools (pdf)

Application by Examination Fees

Application Fee$100.00*
Initial License Fee$100.00
Unlicensed Activity Fee$5.00
Total Fee:$205.00

*Application Fees are non-refundable

All fees are payable by check or money order made out to the Department of Health. DO NOT SEND CASH.
The application fees are non-refundable. If requested, the licensure fee may be refunded to you if you are denied licensure or if you decide to withdraw your application.

Examination Fee:
Please note that the examination fee is separate from the application fees and will be paid directly to AEA/PROMETRIC when you register for the exam.
Please contact PROMETRIC at IBEC.Registrations@prometric.com to obtain current information.

If incomplete, the application and fee may not be used for more than one year from the date of original submission of the application and fee.

Send Applications with fees to:

Electrolysis Council
P.O. Box 6330
Tallahassee, FL 32314-6330.

Fees must accompany the application or the application will not be processed.

Applicants and licensees are responsible for the fees outlined in applicable board or department rule at the time an application is received. If you have questions, please contact the board office for more information.

Temporary Permits
  • Temporary permits may be requested if you wish to practice electrolysis prior to examination and/or licensure.
  • Temporary permits are issued based upon meeting the eligibility requirements and completion of the application file.
  • If you are denied licensure or if you fail the examination, the temporary permit is automatically revoked and you must cease practice immediately. Practicing on a revoked temporary permit can subject you to fines, probation and/or possible denial of licensure. The facility where you have been practicing and the facility owner are also subject to disciplinary action against their licenses by the Board of Medicine.
  • Temporary permits may be withheld prior to the council‚Äôs review, based upon the questions or problems that arise.
  • https://www.floridahealth.gov/licensing-and-regulation/electrolysis/licensing/index.html

Our Mission is to give our students the tools for Success

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"Together with our experience and passion in the beauty industry
We have developed a program that provides the knowledge and skills to become successful leader in the industry."

Meet, Marianne & Rebecca Program Educators

Esthetic Educator

Rebecca Porter

Esthetics Program Coordinator/Educator

Electrolysis Laser Instructor

Marianne E. Lynch, CCE, CME

Electrolysis/Laser Program Coordinator/Educator