We asked 3 job seekers about their Georgia Cosmetology License. This is what they told us:
In Georgia, cosmetologists can complete their training through a state-licensed school program or through hands-on training in an apprenticeship program.1 For those who opt for apprenticeship programs, the training requirements are:
To acquire a license, all applicants must pass written and practical exams. Apprentices must take the practical portion of the exam within the first 12 months of apprenticeship.
Apprentice licenses cost $90. For all types of licenses, the initial license is $30. License renewals are $50 for cosmetologists, hair designers and master barbers, and $45 for estheticians. Licenses must be renewed every other year. Cosmetology license and practice is overseen by the Georgia State Board of Cosmetology and Barbers1.
Blurb information last updated December 2019. General cosmetology requirements and steps to obtain license may be found here.
1. “Georgia State Cosmetology License”. Georgia Board of Cosmetology and Barbers. Retrieved November 2019.
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