PROGRAM LENGTHSCHEDULE OPTIONS
300 Hour, 3 months (Day)
300 Hour, 5.5 months (Evening)
600 Hour, 5 months (Day)
600 Hour, 11 months (Evening)
Day & Evening
ABOUT OUR SKIN CARE PROGRAM

Train to Become a Skin Care Specialist at Florida-Academy

Become a licensed facial specialist in as little as 11 weeks! Florida Academy’s up-to-the-minute skin care program is structured to provide our students with the very latest information on the skin – and its care – and to train them on how to perform the latest, most in-demand procedures and services.

Our school is equipped with modern equipment, including high-frequency, galvanic and microdermabrasion machines, Epiwave Ultrasonic facial machines, LED light therapy equipment, Endermologie machines, and TEMPTU airbrush makeup machines to provide hands-on training of electronic therapy treatments, as found in the most prestigious spas, salons, and medical offices.

At Florida Academy, students also experience an unparalleled classroom setup that is thoughtfully constructed to deliver information in the most practical way possible. Here, at Florida Academy, we understand that quality instruction, provided by true professionals, is critical to getting the education you deserve – and will need – to become a successful practitioner. That is why our graduates can be found working in the area’s most prestigious spas, salons, country clubs, and medical facilities throughout the United States. Many even operate their own successful businesses.

JOB OUTLOOK FOR SKIN CARE SPECIALISTS

Over the past several years, the demand for skin care treatments and services has skyrocketed! According to O*Net OnLine, the demand for skin care specialists is projected to grow by 20% in Florida between 2014 and 2024!*

You will find that dermatologists now devote ever-increasing portions of their practice to spa-like services and the sale of skin care products. Additionally, nearly every local cosmetic or plastic surgeon has added a skin care treatment regime to his or her surgery practice. Another indication of this growing field is the fact that the state of Florida recently required HMOs to allow their members five visits annually to a dermatologist without a referral from their primary care physician. There is indeed science coupled with art in this exciting and exploding new field.

This noticeable growth is due to people’s increasing awareness about the importance of a healthier lifestyle, and how the skin plays a big part in it. Our skin is our largest organ, so we must take good care of it during our whole life. It’s not a matter of vanity alone; it’s also about health and preventing skin conditions. Doctors and patients are becoming more and more aware of the importance of skin care, especially to improve patients’ self-esteem.

Some of the tasks skin care specialists perform include, but are not limited to:

  • Examine client’s skin
  • Cleanse client’s skin
  • Perform extractions and remove blackheads
  • Provide facial massage
  • Improve client’s appearance through skin treatments

*http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5094.00

SKIN CARE COURSE CURRICULUM

Florida Academy’s programs are unique and offer students a variety of options to pursue their skin care specialist registrations. All of our courses include a blend of foundational knowledge and hands-on training, preparing students to work in real-world scenarios upon graduation. After Graduating from Florida-Academy, you will have good understanding about the skin structure and what kind of treatment is needed using certain equipment and products, that makes you stand out from other skin care specialists. After getting a degree, student can start their career ASAP (Needs Registration in Board of Cosmetology) as they are licensed skin care specialist.

300-Hour Basic Skin Care Program

This basic course is the best way to learn the fundamentals of facials, waxing, body wrapping, and makeup.

600-Hour Professional Esthetics Program

Upon successful completion of this intensive program, students will be issued a diploma and receive their Florida license as a skin care specialist, a licensed body wrapper, certification in microdermabrasion and LED, certification in Epiwave Ultrasonic facial, and certification in advanced makeup techniques, chemical peels, and Endermologie.

900-Hour Skin Care Program

For those students seeking a career in medical esthetics or permanent makeup, Florida Academy’s 900-hour skin care program incorporates all the curricula and certifications associated with our 600-hour skin care program, along with additional certifications in permanent makeup and advanced medical grade chemical peels.

903-Hour Diagnostic Priming Specialist

903 Hour, 8 months                                   Day

For those students seeking a career in medical spas or permanent makeup tattooing, our 903-hour diagnostic priming specialist program incorporates all the curricula and certifications associated with our 600-hour skin care program, plus additional medical terminology to aid in diagnosing how best to prime the patient’s or client’s skin. Students will learn about restorative procedures, curative healing, pharmacology, lasers, and chemistry/biochemistry. Upon successful completion of the program students will earn certifications in permanent makeup tattooing and advanced medical grade chemical peels.

State Registration – Florida

To practice as a facial specialist in Florida, persons must be registered by the Department of Business & Professional Regulation, Division of Professions, Board of Cosmetology, located at Northwood Centre, 1940 North Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32399 (Telephone: 850-487-1395).

To transfer coursework into our program, submit transcripts for evaluation on a course basis. Tuition is adjusted for coursework accepted. Upon successful completion of our program, graduates receive a Florida State Registration without taking a State Board Examination, by simply submitting an application to the state of Florida.


GRADUATION RATES & GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT DATA

https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/DataCenter/DfrFiles/IPEDSDFR2016_462035.pdf