Sudbury College of Hairstyling and Esthetics
Profile of Career College/Trade School
Sudbury College of Hairstyling and Esthetics was established by Roger Villeneuve in the province of Ontario in year 1979. Mr. Villeneuve was part of the esthetics business for a long time, being a hairstylist since 1948. He was also the former president of the Ontario Hairstyling Association. The college offers specially designed courses in hairstyling, esthetics and electrolysis.
The Sudbury College of Hairstyling and Esthetics offers information sessions for prospective students who would like to get a feel of the school and its courses before joining any of them. Visiting students are requested to make an appointment in advance. Information sessions are available for all courses and consist of a school tour, course information and treatment.
The Sudbury College of Hairstyling and Esthetics offers a comprehensive esthetics course which covers 1400 hours and is divided into three semesters. 400 hours are dedicated to theoretical study while the remaining 200 hours are spent in practical study. Both practical and theoretical exams are held at the end of each semester. The hairstyling course covers 1500 hours which are divided into 2 semesters. Students will have 200 hours practical work where they will work on clients. The electrolysis course is a 360 hour diploma course which includes instruction in bacteriology, hair removal and electricity. Block courses are also available for different kinds of nail art and techniques, spray tans, henna and temporary tattoos. The Sudbury College of Hairstyling and Esthetics also offers a wide range of products for sale to the public.
Aesthetics and Esthetics
Electrology and Electrolysis
Hairstylist and Barber
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