Esthetics

ESTHETICS PROGRAM

ESTHETICS CURRICULUM OVERVIEW (750 HOURS; 6 MONTHS FULL-TIME, 9 MONTHS PART-TIME)

Our Esthetics school will prepare you for a wide variety of career options, which may include:

  • Facialist
  • Waxing Specialist
  • Body Treatment Specialist
  • Medi-Spa Esthetician
  • Make-up Artist

We will provide you with the necessary education—theoretical, practical and artistry—to safely and professionally apply, perform and monitor an expansive list of services during your esthetician career. These services include:

  • Basic and Advanced Skin Care Treatments
  • Body Treatments
  • Hair Removal
  • Makeup Application
  • Safety and Sanitation Practices
  • Advanced Facial Massage.

If you want to learn how to become an esthetician, Tricoci University provides the most current, technically precise and versatile esthetician training available in the field today. Upon completion of our course, our students will have a secure foundation in all aspects of esthetics. You will learn the scientific building blocks for skin: its function, properties and needs.

INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD

tricoci_beauty_school_ipadAt Tricoci University, we seek to develop graduates in Indiana and Illinois, including in or near Chicago, who can surpass industry expectations and make contributions in areas that are important to employers—confidence and knowledge to provide leading edge services, ability to increase revenue through up-selling and retail sales of esthetician products, generating strong client relationships, and using superior sanitation practices.

To achieve this, we offer the most advanced in educational materials, equipment and facilities to cultivate an engaging learning experience. TUBC delivers all of it’s curriculum on an Apple iPad as part of your new student kit, yours to keep. Your education is also supported through the use of videos, demonstrations, guest artists, visual/practical presentations, lectures and hands-on experience. We monitor your education through practical and written examinations, making sure that you are well versed and prepared for the state board examinations.

curriculum

Initial Classroom “Essentials” Training

Classroom instruction covering general theory and practical application.

Scientific Concepts

Primarily hands-on instruction on key technical concepts and science related to esthetics.

Practices and Procedures

Primarily clinical application instruction covering a wide variety of esthetics procedures and methods.

Business Practices

 

CAMPUSES PROVIDING THE ESTHETICS PROGRAM

Bridgeview

Chicago NE (Rogers Park)

Chicago NW (O’Hare)

Elgin

Glendale Heights

Libertyville

Peoria

Rockford

Indianapolis

Lafayette

Highland