Cosmetology Instructor Certificate
About the Program
The hands-on Cosmetology Instructor Certificate Program trains students to guide and inspire a new generation of cosmetologists.
In one year, students with a cosmetology operator or esthetician license will discover how to teach effectively, plan lessons, assess learning and prepare others for state testing and licensing.
During the course of study in this program, the student will learn the rules and regulations related to TDLR testing and licensing, teaching methodologies and lesson plan development, classroom management, evaluation and assessment techniques and skills for successful completion of TDLR testing for instructor licensure. Also covered are practical topics for the instruction of students in the TDLR operator program, including all sanitation and sterilization standards, syllabi development, learning styles and motivation.
View the COM Catalog online or obtain a COM Catalog book from the Office of Admissions and Records for detailed course descriptions and prerequisites.
Suggested Study Plan
|CSME 1435||Orientation to the Instruction of Cosmetology||4|
|CSME 1534||Cosmetology Instructor I||5|
|CSME 2414||Cosmetology Instructor II||4|
|CSME 2549||Cosmetology Instructor III||5|
|CSME 2445||Instructional Theory and Clinical Operation||4|
|CSME 2544||Cosmetology Instructor IV||5|
Implementation of HB 1508
As required by Texas HB 1508, applicants and enrollees need to be aware that an individual who has been convicted of an offense may be ineligible for issuance of an occupational license upon completion of the educational program:
- Each licensing authority that may issue an occupational license to an individual who completes an educational program must establish guidelines which state the reasons a particular crime is considered to relate to a particular license and any other criterion that affects the decisions of the licensing authority;
- Local or county licensing authorities may issue additional guidelines related to criminal history. Applicants should contact their respective local or county licensing authority for more details.
- A person may request a criminal history evaluation letter regarding the personal eligibility for a license issued by a licensing authority under Texas Occupation Code 53.102.
Note: This does not apply to licenses granted by the law enforcement officers (Occupations Chapter 1701) or emergency medical services (Health and Safety Code Chapter 773).
Notice to Students Regarding Licensing
Effective September 1, 2017, HB 1508 amends the Texas Occupations Code Section 53 that requires education providers to notify potential or enrolled students that a criminal history may make them ineligible for an occupational license upon program completion. The following website provides links to information about the licensing process and requirements: https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/cosmet/cosmetschools.htm
Should you wish to request a review of the impact of criminal history on your potential Cosmetology Instructor Certificate. prior to or during your quest for a degree, you can visit this link and request a “Criminal History Evaluation”: https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/crimHistoryEval.htm
This information is being provided to all persons who apply or enroll in the program, with notice of the requirements as described above, regardless of whether or not the person has been convicted of a criminal offense. Additionally, HB 1508 authorizes licensing agencies to require reimbursements when a student fails to receive the required notice.