be daring. be unique
hands on from day one
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.
At Josef’s, we believe that creating a fun and creative atmosphere helps our students become passionate about their career. Throughout the year our students are involved with community events, career fairs and competitions.
Our students are trained in the TONI&GUY curriculum focuses on our Classics curriculum including 11 cut and nine color techniques. Students graduate with a fundamental education in hairdressing, with expertise in products, makeup, skincare, and an understanding of the salon experience as well as how to further their professional development.
New and improved stylist kits!
Here are just some of the professional tools Josef’s students receive
*GHD Flat Iron
*TIGI Professional shears & thinning shears
*4 mannequins & tripod
*TIGI Curl Wand
*Lockable Roll Cart Station
*TIGI clips/combs & brushes
*Clippers & portable trimmer
*Milady’s textbook & workbook
*Toni & Guy Classics hard cover book
We pride ourselves on creating our own brand imagery based off our student work. So, when you see any advertisement, or imagary, the models in the photographs are done by our students!
2020-21 Cosmetology Start Dates
September 8, 2020 (FULL)
November 10, 2020
January 12, 2021
March 15, 2021
Cosmetology Degree Information
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.