Get Training For Spa Tech Career With Dual Licensure Program
Do more with a career in the beauty industry! With PLCC’s spa technician program, get affordable training as a nail tech and an esthetician in just under 10 months. This dual licensure program will help prepare you for an exciting job as a beauty therapist in not only a spa or salon, but also at resorts and fitness centers, on cruise ships, with physician practices and massage therapists, and as an independent professional.
Take Spa Tech Classes in a Modern Learning Environment
At PLCC, located in Uniontown, OH, you will learn from certified instructors with extensive experience in the beauty industry. Using some of today’s most popular salon brands, you’ll receive advanced beauty technician training in:
- Artificial nail enhancements
- Makeup application
- Hair removal
- Other critical subjects, such as anatomy, chemistry, safety, and infection control
You may also qualify to participate in internships and to offer services in the PLCC Salon. Upon spa technician program completion, you’ll be ready to take your examination from the Ohio State Cosmetology and Barber Board.
All-inclusive Tuition Is PLCC Advantage
Everything you need to complete this 800-hour beauty tech curriculum—including classroom materials, supplies, exam preparation, and the Ohio State Cosmetology and Barber Board manicuring and Esthetician exams*—is included in PLCC’s all-inclusive tuition. We guarantee no surprise costs.
Looking for other beauty career options? The School of Cosmetology at PLCC offers four distinct programs.
*Please note these are two separate exams offered on two separate days.
Apply Today For the Spa Tech Training Program
Spa tech school class size is limited.
All-inclusive Tuition: $10,995
Class Dates: 08/24/2020- 06/10/2021
Schedule: Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 3 pm
Course Length: 800 hours
Currently Accepting Applications For Fall 2021 Start
Not ready to enroll but would like more information about this program? Complete this form and someone from our admissions team will contact you.
FAQs About Spa Technicians
What does a spa technician do?
Spa technicians provide clients with both nail tech and skincare services. They are qualified to do mani-pedis, makeup, facials, non-medical skin treatments, waxing and other types of hair removal, and more.
How much do spa techs / beauty therapists make in Ohio?
According to ziprecruiter.com, beauty therapist salaries currently range between $2,167 and $4,583 per month across the United States. In Ohio, an experienced spa technician may earn about $3,600 per month. However, it’s important to note that pay in the cosmetology field varies widely due to many factors. To learn more, visit our cosmetology FAQs page.
Where do spa techs work?
Many spa techs work at spas and salons. However, there are a wide range of opportunities for licensed spa technicians in medical offices, fitness facilities, and the travel industry. In addition, some beauty therapists are self-employed.
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Test-optional Admissions Policy Statement
Effective May 8, 2020, Portage Lakes Career Center will be operating under a test-optional admissions policy* for the following programs: Cosmetology, Spa Technician, Esthetics, Nail Technician, EKG and Phlebotomy Technician, Automotive Technician, HVAC-R Technician, Welding Technology, and Plumbing Technologies.
With the ACT WorkKeys Assessment currently unavailable, PLCC feels that students should still be given the opportunity to secure enrollment for the upcoming school year and has, therefore, modified its admissions requirements to a test-optional policy.
Students looking to enroll in the above-listed programs can now opt to submit an official high school or GED transcript to be reviewed. Team members will grant student placement only after evaluating the transcript and determining that it meets all criteria for admission. Students who still wish to test in order to be considered for program enrollment may do so once testing and normal operations resume.
*PLEASE NOTE: This test-optional policy DOES NOT APPLY to the Practical Nursing program. Students hoping to enroll in that program MUST test.