METHODS OF TEACHING 

Instructor Training

SC Board of Cosmetology approved
45-hour Methods of Teaching course

TAKE YOUR CAREER TO THE NEXT LEVEL! 

If you don't want to work behind the chair forever, teaching might be the best next step for your career

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licensed instructor 

Career Options

  • Teach CEU classes in South Carolina

  • Teach at a cosmetology school in South Carolina

  • Create new streams of income for your business

  • Teach for individuals or salons

CLASS SCHEDULE
 CLASSES START SOON! 

Classes are held on Sundays and Mondays from 8:30AM - 5:00PM in Summerville, SC  

Email hello@niawithpurpose.com
or call Nia Lewis at 
(803) 460-5320 to inquire about class schedules



CLASS INVESTMENT

Course Registration Cost ............ $950
*Does not include exam fees

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COURSE INFO


In order to be approved as a licensed instructor to teach in Cosmetology in South Carolina, you must take a 45-hour methods of teaching course. This course will prepare you to take two exams administered by the board that you are required to pass in order to earn your instructor's license.  One test is a written theory exam, and the second test is a practical exam. Methods of Teaching courses with Nia Lewis are offered in small class sizes of no more than 15 students. You will earn all 45 hours required to complete this course over a 7 week period. After completing this course, you can register to take your practical and theory exams. By taking this course, you will have the opportunity to connect with other professionals in this industry who will be your classmates and accountability partners during this process. 


Instructor Requirements

 

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A NOTE FROM THE

BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY

Instructor Qualifications

(A) A license to teach cosmetology, nail technology or esthetics may be issued by the board to any person who:

 

(1) submits an application for an instructor’s license on a form prescribed by the board; and

 

(2) holds a high school diploma or a General Education Development (G.E.D.) certificate; and

 

(3) is a licensed cosmetologist, nail technician or esthetician and has practiced for at least two years or, after receiving a cosmetologist, nail technician or esthetician license, has completed a seven hundred fifty (750) hour instructor training program meeting the standards of 35–4(B); and

 

(4) has received forty-five (45) hours training in a teaching methods course approved by the board; and (5) pays the prescribed fee; and (6) passes the instructor’s examination prescribed by the board