TAKE YOUR CAREER TO THE NEXT LEVEL AS A BEAUTY EDUCATOR!

Nathan Layne Institute instructor training is a 500-1000 hour course.

The instructor training program is available at our Chubbuck location.

Teaching cosmetology is the crossroads where passion for beauty and passion for teaching meet. Instructors have the opportunity to train the next generation of beauty professionals, which means you can make a lasting difference!

The instructor training program at Nathan Layne Institute is 500 hours or 1000 hours in length depending on your experience. Cosmetologists with less than three years of experience working behind the chair are required to complete the 1000 hour program, while cosmetologists with over three years of experience can complete the program in 500 hours. The instructor training program is offered on a full-time schedule, which is designed to help you get out there and start teaching as soon as possible.

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WHAT IS IT LIKE IN THE INSTRUCTOR TRAINING PROGRAM?

Attending an instructor training program will often feel similar to being a cosmetology student. Instructors get to learn more advanced practices and principles through coursework and lectures, similar to how cosmetology students learn. Instructors also have the unique opportunity to oversee the work of cosmetology students as they perform services in the student salon.

WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BECOME AN INSTRUCTOR?

Finding students for our instructor training program is different than finding students for cosmetology or esthetician programs. We ultimately want to find students that we could eventually hire to work at the school, so we look for people who are the perfect fit both for the instructor training program and also for the school itself. Employment is also the end goal of the instructor training program, so even if we can’t hire on our instructor students after graduation, we strive to help them find an instructor position.

DOES THE INSTRUCTOR TRAINING PROGRAM OFFER FINANCIAL AID?

The instructor training program at Nathan Layne Institute also differs slightly from the general cosmetology or esthetician programs. Financial aid opportunities are available for qualifying students who are enrolled in the 1000 hour program. Because of the short duration, students enrolled in the 500 hour program would not be eligible for financial aid.

The good news for students in both programs is that many students at our school have qualified for Pell Grants. Many of our students have qualified for grants that exceed the cost of the program, which means they can pay for the program and have some money left over without taking any loans!

To explore all of your financial aid opportunities, please reach out to us so that our admissions team can help!

HOW DOES BECOMING AN INSTRUCTOR HELP MY CAREER?

The instructor training program at Nathan Layne Institute is where you can elevate your career as a cosmetologist. New doors and opportunities open up for graduates that may not have been available before. One of the most exciting options for instructors is that they can earn certification with Nathan Layne Institute hair cut and color systems, both of which would not have been available without completing the instructor training program. Growing within the Nathan Layne Institute network continues to open opportunities for you to add to your skill set and can help you reach your goals!

HOW TO PAY FOR SCHOOL

We want to help our students make schooling an affordable option. Financial aid is available to those who qualify, be sure to contact us to learn which programs apply. Learn more here.

Program cost information is below:
Instructor 1000

Registration:  $100.00
Tuition:  $4,650.00
Book/Kit:  $643.40
Sales Tax:  $38.60
Testing/ Licensing:  $268.00

TOTAL:  $5,700.00

Instructor 500

Registration:  $100.00
Tuition:  $3,500.00
Book/Kit:  $643.40
Sales Tax:  $38.60
Testing/ Licensing:  $268.00

TOTAL:  $4,550.00

Advance Your Future!

Ready to take your career to the next level? We’re excited to help you get there! Contact us to learn more about the application process to join the instructor training program.

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