Hands-on from day one. Students gain practical knowledge learning each skill and service before working on clients. The first 360 hours will be a hands-on classroom experience. The remaining part of the program consists of advanced training where students provide salon services to the public under the supervision of a licensed instructor.
We provide a top of the line student kit that you will not find anywhere else! Each student receives a kit worth over $1800 in professional tools, mannequins, TIGI shears, Milady’s textbooks along with TIGI’s full cosmetics line.
Upon graduation, students will receive a $1000 voucher to attend the TIGI Academy in New York City for advanced education.
Sept. 5, 2017 + Nov. 14, 2017
Jan. 16, 2018, Mar. 20, 2018, Jun. 19, 2018, Sept. 4, 2018, + Nov. 13, 2018
Hair stylist, make-up artist, salon manager/owner, educator, platform artist, merchandise distributor and artificial nail technician, to name just a few, are some of the career path options with cosmetology training.
Job demand survey results for North Dakota is listed on our accreditation website, naccas.org.
In January 2007, there were 5,313 professionals employed in North Dakota’s 1,027 salons. The salon industry in North Dakota is a job-seekers market today.
The average income in North Dakota is $30,000 to $50,000 per year. There is a ‘zero unemployment’ factor—which means the state needs many new salon professionals.