Car­bon­ear Cam­pus Full-time Pro­grams

The Compass - - KEYIN COLLEGE -


The in­dus­try of es­thet­ics is dy­namic and con­stantly grow­ing. To­day, peo­ple are plac­ing more im­por­tance on at­trac­tive­ness of their skin, nails and en­tire body. Through the Es­thet­ics Pro­gram, stu­dents will learn es­sen­tial skills such as man­i­cures/pedi­cures, hair re­moval, ster­il­iza­tion and san­i­ta­tion tech­niques that are re­quired of pre­ferred em­ploy­ees in the es­thet­ics field. The Es­thet­ics Pro­gram will pre­pare grad­u­ates for im­me­di­ate em­ploy­ment in the per­sonal care in­dus­try.

47-week diploma grant­ing pro­gram and in­cludes a 3-week work term.

I would like to con­grat­u­late Keyin Col­lege, Car­bon­ear Cam­pus a very Happy 25th An­niver­sary. I at­tended the Es­thet­ics pro­gram at the Car­bon­ear Cam­pus in Septem­ber 2010 and grad­u­ated the fol­low­ing year Au­gust 2011. Since grad­u­at­ing from the pro­gram, I am and have been very suc­cess­ful as an Es­theti­cian. I have worked with many salons in the Car­bon­ear area in the last cou­ple of years and am now em­ployed the Hair Gallery – Spa de Sante in Har­bour Grace. My suc­cess has been due to hard work and per­se­ver­ance as an Es­thet­ics stu­dent at Keyin Col­lege, Car­bon­ear Cam­pus. The help­ful and pro­fes­sional in­struc­tors and ad­min­is­tra­tive staff there made ev­ery­day a joy to at­tend a post-sec­ondary col­lege. Heather Pike - Es­thet­ics Grad­u­ate

Hair Gallery, Spa de Sante


The train­ing fo­cus of the Hair­styl­ist pro­gram is to pro­vide stu­dents with the skills, knowl­edge and ex­pe­ri­ence to work as a Hair­styl­ist or Bar­ber. Stu­dents ac­quire all the fun­da­men­tals of nail care, make-up ap­pli­ca­tion, es­thet­ics, color anal­y­sis and much more. Our pro­gram spe­cial­izes in Hair De­sign in­struct­ing stu­dents on how to cut, style, perm, color and many more valu­able skills. The prac­ti­cal ex­pe­ri­ence you ac­quire in our salon will de­velop your ex­per­tise in hairstyling and shop man­age­ment.

47-week diploma grant­ing pro­gram and in­cludes a 3-week work term.

I en­tered the hairstyling pro­gram at Keyin Col­lege in Car­bon­ear on a whim af­ter be­ing named Miss Avalon Achieve­ment in 2009 and be­ing awarded a schol­ar­ship to at­tend the school through the As­set to the Com­mu­nity Award. When I started out at Keyin, I was very un­sure if I would make a ca­reer out of hairstyling. I was cer­tainly sur­prised when my tal­ented in­struc­tor, Joan Crocker, ex­pressed that she saw a tal­ent within me. This mo­ti­va­tion al­lowed me to de­vote my­self to the in­dus­try, sub­se­quently lead­ing me to grad­u­at­ing with hon­ors sta­tus, as well as the O’Keefe Award for Su­pe­rior Pro­duc­tion Knowl­edge of the In­dus­try. I am ex­cep­tion­ally proud to be a Keyin Col­lege grad­u­ate and I make sure peo­ple know where I am from. I re­ceived a top notch ed­u­ca­tion from very skilled and charis­matic in­struc­tors. I would highly rec­om­mend the Hairstyling pro­gram at Car­bon­ear Cam­pus to any­one who is se­ri­ous about mak­ing a ca­reer within the beauty in­dus­try. Sarah Downey - Hair­styl­ist Grad­u­ate

Salon Icons, St. John’s

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