Aesthetician/ Esthetician Program in Augusta, Maine

Do you want to work in or own a Spa? Would you like to offer services such as facials, body treatments, waxing or becoming a skin care product representative? Do you see yourself as a make-up artist, or maybe working in the medical field? If these types of services sound interesting then you might consider becoming an Esthetician. This course is 600 hours and will help you jump start your career on a proven path of success. Our curriculum includes extensive instruction and practical experience in skin care, make-up, customer service, personal motivation & development, retail skills, building a clientele, business, waxing, body treatments, aromatherapy, sanitation and state laws and rules.
Program Level - Undergraduate certificate
Program Length - 18 weeks

Student Kit
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Skin Care Specialist, Esthetician, Standard Occupational Classification (SOC 39-5094.00)
Aesthetician/Esthetician and Skin Care Specialist, Classification of Instructional Program (CIP 12.0409)
Required Textbooks
  • Pivot Point Salon Fundamentals Esthetics Textbook, ISBN-13: 978-0-9742723-1-3
  • This is our main textbook used throughout the program
  • Pivot Point Salon Cosmetology Study Guide Workbook. ISBN-13: 978-0-9779961-8-6
  • This is an interactive study guide to assist students in their learning process.
Class Start Dates:
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Program Codes
SOC Code: 39-5094.00 Skin Care Specialists, Estheticians

CIP Code: 12.0409 Aesthetician/Esthetician and Skin Care Specialist

School Basics and Consumer Disclosures
Getting your education through Cosmetology, Barber and Esthetician school is more than just doing hair, nails, and skin care services; it's about fulfilling your dreams of a successful career. At Aveda Institute Maine, we know you have questions about costs, kits, placement rate, licensure, financial aid, median loan debt, and other details that will affect your education decision. Contact us today to learn more 207-621-9941.

School Basics and Consumer Data
By becoming a cosmetology student, you're not just learning how to do hair, nails and skin care. You'll be getting the education you need to get on the path towards a successful career. We can answer your questions about tuition costs, student kits, license and financial age. The beauty industry offers a wide variety of career paths that can take you where you want to go.

On-time completion rate
In order to graduate on time, students must complete the requirements of the course, including the number of clock hours that are required. Students who need to delay their graduation for family problems, unplanned life events or any other reason can complete their coursework at a later date. Approximately 26 percent of students complete the course on time. Many other students who are not counted in the on-time completion rate complete the course at slower rates.

When a student completes all of their graduation requirements, including the required number of clock hours contracted for within their original contracted graduation date, is defined as On-time completion by the U.S. Department of Education.
Median Student Debt
Many of our students use financial aid to help pay for school. “Median debt” means that half of students graduate with less outstanding in student loans than the number provided here, and half graduate with more. For students graduating in the 2012-2013 award year (from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013), the median federal student debt was $2,804. The median private student loan debt was $0. The median institutional financing plan debt was also $0.
Supplies, Kit and Tuition Costs

  • Tuition: $9,500.00
  • Student Kit (non-refundable): $1,500.00
  • Application Fee (non-refundable): $100.00

  • Drop Fee: $150.00
  • Re-entry Fee: $150.00
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Q: How long will it take me to complete this program?
A: The program is designed to take 18 weeks to complete. Of those that completed the program in 2012-2013, 100% finished in 18 weeks.
Q: What are my chances of getting a job when I graduate?
A: The job placement rate for students who completed this program in 2012-2013 is 76%.
Q: What financing options are available to help me pay for this program?
A: Financing for this program may be available through grants, scholarships, loans (federal and private) and institutional financing plans. The median amount of debt for program graduates is shown below:
Federal loans: $5,727
Private education loans: $0
Institutional financing plan: $0
Contact Information
Aveda Institute Maine
Tel: 207-621-9941
43 Bridge St, Augusta, ME 04330
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