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State License Requirements - California
Cosmetology - 1,600 hours
The curriculum for students enrolled in the Cosmetology Program consists of technical instruction and practical training covering all practices of cosmetology, including aspects related to hair dressing, health and safety, disinfection and sanitation, anatomy and physiology, esthetics, manicuring, pedicuring, professional ethics, salesmanship, decorum, record keeping and client service records.
Esthetics (Skin Care) - 600 hours
The curriculum for students enrolled in the Esthetician Program consists of technical instruction and practical training covering all practices of esthetics, including all aspects related to non-invasive manual, electrical and chemical facials affecting only the uppermost layers of the facial skin; client consultation, intake procedures, contraindications, professionalism, client record keeping, CPR/AED, salon/spa skills; California laws and regulations, health and safety, injury prevention, product knowledge and chemistry, principles of electricity, understanding the use of galvanic, high frequency, vacuum and brushing equipment; manual/mechanical microdermabrasion; light therapy; anatomy/physiology, histology, bacteriology, client/practitioner protection, disease prevention, methods of disinfection and sanitation; application of make-up and eyelashes; hair removal techniques; communication skills, ethics, basic tax information and basic success skills for business.
Manicuring - 400 hours
The curriculum for students enrolled in the Manicurist Program consists of technical instruction and practical training instruction covering all laws, rules and regulations covering the practices of a manicurist; training on all aspects related to, health and safety/hazardous substances, safety regulations and laws, injury and prevention of disease, nail care related chemistry, ergonomics, disinfection and sanitation, bacteriology, anatomy and physiology, manicuring and Pedicuring, performing water and oil manicures, hand and arm massage, communication skills, professional ethics, salesmanship, decorum, record keeping and client service records.
Advanced Face and Body Treatments - 600 hours
The Advanced Facial and Body Treatments Program is for the licensed Esthetician, or student that has successfully completed their 600 hours of basic esthetics program. The program picks up where the basic leaves off and includes technical instruction and practical training covering advanced techniques for skin analysis and development of advanced protocols, case studies/portfolio development, use of advanced equipment (microdermabrasion, dermal lights, lymphobiology, iontosonic) supporting more customized treatments, advanced product chemistry and assessment for non-medical use in the treatment of aging skin, hyperpigmentation, acneic skin and rosacea; advanced hair removal techniques, non-massage body treatments using a selection of natural apothecary ingredients and aromatherapies; customizing treatments/services, advanced make-up techniques, and basic principles of salon/spa management.
Barbering - 1500 hours
The curriculum for students enrolled in the Barbering program consists of 1500 clock hours of Practical Operations and Technical Instruction. Instruction will cover the art and science of barbering from techniques in hair, skin care and shaving to business skills, and health and safety practices. This course of study satisfies the requirements of Section 7316 of the California Barbering and Cosmetology Act.
Massage Therapy Diploma - 720 hours
The curriculum for students enrolled in the Massage Therapy Program consists of technical instruction and practical training covering all practices of Swedish Massage, Advanced Circulatory (Lymphatic) Massage, Connective Tissue & Myofascial Release Techniques, Deep Tissue Massage, Soft Tissue Mobilization, Sports Massage, Personal Fitness, Nutrition, Facilitated Stretching, Acupressure, Specialty Massage (Pregnancy, Elderly, Physically Challenged), Business and Success Skills, Health and Wellness, CPR/AED/First Aid.
Currently, there is no license for massage therapy in California. Graduates from this program will be eligible to apply for certification from The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB), a nationally accredited credentialing body.
"Thanks to everything I learned at Marinello, I was working in a salon one week after graduation."
- Samatha Derren.
Marinello Hemet Campus