Adults looking to pursue a career in cosmetology should consider Fred W. Eberle Technical Center’s extensive, hands-on program.
Fred W. Eberle Technical cosmetology classes are perfect for people looking to begin or further their career. The program focuses on the business practices, knowledge, skills and proper attitudes needed to excel in the cosmetology field. After completing 300 hours of instruction, students receive hands-on experience in a salon setting.
The FETC Adult Cosmetology program is currently accepting applications for enrollment. Upon acceptance, new adult students can complete the program in as little as 18 months based on attendance. Tuition costs about $10,000 and financial aid is available to students who qualify.
Questions? Call (304) 472-1259.
The upcoming FETC Cosmetology program will begin in August 2020. Classes are from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Upon completion, students are eligible for licensure by the State Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists.
Adult students must meet the following requirements for consideration:
- High School Diploma/Equivalent
- Entrance Exam
- Drug Screening
- Background Check
- Personal References
Cosmetology is perfect for those looking to express their creative side. In the everchanging world of cosmetics, students will quickly learn that the possibilities in a cosmetology career are endless. From hair styling to nail technicians, there is a variety of jobs and specializations in the cosmetology industry.
Cosmetologists also have the ability to meet new people and constantly expand their knowledge and techniques. If you are looking for a fun, beneficial, and fulfilling career, contact Fred W. Eberle Technical Center today. Their welcoming staff will answer your questions and work with you to make your career possible.
If you are interested in applying to the cosmetology program, call the FETC office at (304) 472-1259, or contact them online to learn more. Located in Buckhannon, FETC welcomes students from French Creek, Elkins, Jane Lew, Philippi and the surrounding North Central West Virginia areas.
The deadline to apply is May 30.