TICCC Cosmetology Program Leads to 'Pretty' Lucrative Professions
Beauty is a booming business, and those interested in earning a credential that will help them enter the profession of personal pampering can do so by studying cosmetology at the Technical Institute of Camden County College.
The TICCC cosmetology program is approved by the New Jersey State Board of Cosmetology and Hairstyling and overseen by Camden County College’s Division of Continuing Education. In less than a year, students are prepared to pass the State Board’s licensure exam and begin practicing their chosen career in beauty. TICCC students have achieved a pass rate of 100 percent on this exam, thanks to the training they receive from industry experts.
The 1,000-hour program consists of classroom and hands-on education. Students perform basic designs and services on mannequins before having the opportunity to serve patrons in a clinical salon setting. Graduates of the program find employment as hairstylists, aestheticians, manicurists, manufacturer's representatives, cosmetic or wig salespersons, salon receptionists, salon owners and platform artists or demonstration beauticians.
Classes run Monday through Thursday from 2:45 to 9:45 p.m. There are two start dates remaining in 2013: Nov. 4 and Dec. 2. Enrollees complete their training 10 months from their start date.
The TICC cosmetology program is based in Building 6 of the Sicklerville Campus of Camden County Technical Schools. The campus is at 343 Berlin-Cross Keys Road in Winslow Township.
To enroll or for additional information about the program, call (856) 874-6004, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.camdencc.edu/ti.
Published: November 01, 2013