What to look for in a cos­me­tol­ogy school

The Denver Post - - BUSINESS -

If you’re in­ter­ested in work­ing in Colorado’s grow­ing cos­me­tol­ogy pro­fes­sion, it’s im­por­tant to find the school that will give you the tools to suc­ceed af­ter grad­u­a­tion. Not only will you need a pro­gram that de­liv­ers hands-on train­ing in hair, nail and skin tech­niques, but also a solid foun­da­tion in the busi­ness skills needed to op­er­ate a spa or sa­lon. IBMC Col­lege teaches these skills, and re­mains a leader in help­ing stu­dents find great ca­reers in Colorado.

Hands-on Train­ing

Hands-on train­ing means you’ll be work­ing with real clients in a sup­port­ive and in­struc­tive set­ting. Sure, you may start off with a hair man­nequin, but soon you’ll be work­ing with sa­lon clients. The real-world ex­pe­ri­ence gained by hands-on train­ing will give you the con­fi­dence to han­dle any sit­u­a­tion as a cos­me­tol­o­gist.

Busi­ness Train­ing

Cos­me­tol­ogy is a unique ca­reer in that it of­fers flex­i­bil­ity and cre­ativ­ity. But with­out train­ing in man­age­ment, sales­man­ship or ethics, run­ning a sa­lon can feel im­pos­si­ble. Grad­u­ates with train­ing in these sub­jects are bet­ter suited for start­ing their own busi­ness or get­ting pro­moted into man­age­ment, giv­ing them great earn­ing po­ten­tial.

In­dus­try In­volve­ment

IBMC Col­lege works closely with salons and spas all across Colorado and Wy­oming to help stu­dents find place­ment in the ca­reers they have been train­ing for. Close re­la­tion­ships with em­ploy­ers also help the school to keep up with in­dus­try stan­dards. If you ever need sup­port af­ter grad­u­a­tion, IBMC of­fers life­time ca­reer place­ment and re­fresher cour­ses.

What are you wait­ing for? Sta­ble and se­cure ca­reers are wait­ing for trained pro­fes­sion­als like you. Visit ibmc.edu or call 1-800-NEW-CA­REER to start your train­ing at IBMC Col­lege in Long­mont, Gree­ley, Fort Collins or Colorado Springs and get into a ca­reer that of­fers sta­bil­ity for years to come.

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