Esthetician : Emily Griffith Technical College

Esthetician

In our Esthetician program, you will learn how to analyze a client’s skin, discuss treatments, apply makeup, and recommend skincare products. Plus, you’ll learn advanced methods that many other skincare programs don’t teach in their introductory courses, including microdermabrasion and chemical peels.

Plus, you’ll get the chance to practice and gain real-world experience working with clients on-site at Emily’s Spa

What Can I Do with an Emily Griffith Esthetician Certificate?

Graduates use their certificate to work as a licensed esthetician at:

  • Waxing Studios
  • Lash Studios
  • Medical Spas
  • Resort Spas

Other potential career paths include jobs in retail makeup, as a skin specialist or as a studio makeup artist.

Thinking about applying? Get the program checklist or flyer.

Service Industries
$4,428
Approximate cost. Additional material and book fees may apply
5 Months
Full Time
Program length
2/13/2023
Next Start Date
3/15/23
Available Start Dates
10 Months
Part Time
Program length
2/13/2023
Next Start Date
3/15/23
Available Start Dates
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"It helped me build my confidence; I know how to conduct myself professionally."

For Jay Wrathrall, coming back to school after 20 years was a daunting decision. “I was really anxious about going back to school at 40 years old.” But he decided to enroll in the GIS program after encouragement from friends and realizing that without additional education, he would continue to hit a wall in whatever industry he worked in. 

As a single parent to a 12-year-old son, he needed a program that could fit into his schedule and he didn’t have a lot of money to spend. It became clear very quickly that Emily Griffith was the right choice for him. “I get extra value for my money,” he says. 

Now Jay is almost finished with the program and says he has gained a lot of skills that will be useful in whatever career he decides to go into. “It helped me build my confidence; I know how to conduct myself professionally,” he says. “I feel like I’m in a pretty good place.” He gives a lot of the credit to his instructors, Jen Lillis and Donnie Kirk, who he says really made themselves available and gave him the support he needed to succeed!

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