Teacher Training: 1000 hours
To be accepted into the Teacher Training Program, applicants must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma (or GED), and a current Practitioner's Certificate in the field of practice(s) they wish to teach.
Students who choose this program will spend the first part of the program working closely with a licensed instructor. They will retake the basic program as they participate in assisting with the instruction. Additionally, they will work alongside the instructor(s) to whom they are assigned as the instructors check services.
To complete the training experience, the student teacher will be responsible for teaching the basic program as well as checking services on the floor under the guidance and supervision of their mentor instructor(s). At the end of the teaching course, the teacher-in-training should be able to write clear lesson plans that state goals, objectives, and how to reach them. The student should have a clear understanding of the instructional methods and materials available in the Northwest College School of Beauty program as well as an understanding of a variety of teaching strategies.
This course can be completed in a minimum of six (6) months. After sucessful completion of the Teacher Training Program, the student will be eligible to apply for a Private Career School Teacher Registration through the Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission. For detailed information and requirements for applying for a Teacher Registration click here.
Enrollment in and/or completion of the Teacher Training Program does not guarantee an Employment Offer or Employment Contract with Northwest College School of Beauty.
CIP - 12.0413; SOC - 39-5011.00, 39-5012.00