Getting Started

BrookTo help you make a quality decision about whether to sign up for cosmetology instruction through American College of Hair Design, we want you to know that according to the latest information, from July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009, 23 of the 26 students scheduled to graduate went on to graduate, 89% taking the State Board exams administered by the State of Missouri from 7/1/08 to 6/30/09 passed that examination and 94% of the those whose passed the State Board from 7/1/08 to 6/30/09 found jobs in the Cosmetology field.

Physical demands

In considering cosmetology as a career it must be understood that it is a physically demanding occupation. With the exception of manicuring, pedicuring, facials, nail care and makeup application, most services performed by the cosmetologist are done while standing. Persons with foot or back problems would be well advised to seek an area of cosmetology that will allow them to be seated while working with clients.

Safety recommendations

Shoes with an arch support and non-skid soles are recommended for the safety and well being of all students. As a variety of chemicals are used in the course of training, persons with known allergies to chemicals are advised to consult with their physician before enrolling. You will be taught how to handle and dispose of chemicals safely while attending school.

Security

All information on campus security for American College of Hair Design may be found by visiting the World Wide Web at the following address: http://ope.ed.gov/security/.

You may obtain a paper copy of this information from Chris Hanlon, 125 Winchester Dr., Sedalia, MO 65301.

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