What’s the difference between Vocational and Non-Vocational courses?
Our diploma programs are ‘vocational’ and are designed to help you learn in a practical way about a specific job area. They offer a more in-depth study. Our individualized certificate courses are ‘non-vocational’ which aren’t designed specifically for a job or career, but are more for leisure or interest purposes. Want to learn hair-cutting techniques but not styling or coloring? That’s okay – our certificate courses are designed for students that are looking for a specific requirement. Whether your missing fundamentals, or you want to improve your skills in a specific area, you can choose a course that is fit for you. If you’re looking for the a program that combines all courses in one, you should check out our diploma (vocational) programs where you will find an in-depth curriculum designed to give students all of the fundamentals needed. We offer both, vocational and non-vocational courses in Hairstyling, Makeup Artistry and Aesthetics.
How much do the diploma programs or certificate courses cost?
If you’re looking for pricing and tuition costs, please fill out our contact form (click here). From there, a program advisor will send you the appropriate brochure with the associated costs involved.
Do you offer financial aid or assistance if someone can not pay?
Yes, we offer financial assistance for those who find payment difficult. We offer in-house financial aid, with a no interest option.
What are the Hairstyling Diploma requirements?
If you are interested in applying to the Aesthetics and Hairstyling College of Canada, you will be required to provide the following documentation:
1) A copy of your High School Diploma, GED or equivalent
2) If you do not have a High School Diploma, you may be required to pass an entrance exam
What can I do after completing the Hairstyling program?
After graduating from our hairstyling program, students will be eligible for employment in the hairstyling industry. Our graduates will earn the ability to work in high-end salons, spas, resorts, barber shops, film, and television; with opportunities as hairstylists, stage artists, colour technicians, salon managers or even start their own business.
What can I do after completing the Makeup Artistry program?
You will discover exciting career opportunities in a variety of industries, from film and television, fashion, beauty, special effects makeup, weddings and magazine or even possibly start your own business.