Thank you for expressing interest in Zap Master Electrology. Our semi-open enrollment program commences on the 15th of each month, featuring practical sessions scheduled on the first Monday of the month. We welcome any inquiries and are committed to planning for your success.
For those aspiring to become Electrologists, we present two comprehensive programs:
- 400-hour program: $10,500.00
- 600-hour program: $13,500.00
The key distinction lies in the practical hours involved. The 400-hour program is designed for established practitioners seeking national certification or those from unlicensed states pursuing education. Conversely, the 600-hour program is recommended for individuals without prior electrolysis experience, offering extensive hands-on training.
A $250.00 registration fee is applicable, and students have one year to complete the hands-on component. Even after finishing the theory, students can remain in the mentorship program while attending practical sessions. The Electrology Theory component spans 200 hours, with students required to fulfill 75% of this prerequisite before in-person classes. To accommodate in-state students lacking the necessary technology, a dedicated on-site student workspace is available, enhancing accessibility and flexibility in the learning experience.
At Zap Master Electrology, we frequently receive inquiries from individuals who have undergone electrolysis training but face challenges sitting for national exams due to their training methods. Our tailored programs address this need, catering to those pursuing national certification or requiring comprehensive theory coverage alongside their hands-on training with a local electrologist.
The offerings include a 200-hour Theory-Only program priced at $2,750.00
or 320-hour program combining Theory and Hands-On training at $8,500.00,
there is a $250.00 registration fee.
This initiative aims to support practitioners seeking national certification under the guidance of a Certified Professional Electrologist. It's particularly beneficial for those in unlicensed states traveling to our facility for training. Students must complete 75% of the 200-hour theory component online before commencing in-person classes at Zap Master. However, local trainers may opt to start hands-on training earlier at their discretion, with remote guidance provided for successful implementation. Our online theory is accessible to students, while in-state individuals lacking suitable technology can utilize on-site student workspaces. We strive to facilitate a comprehensive and flexible learning experience for all enrolled students.
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