Cosmetologist Training in Nashville, TNSince we opened our Nashville Cosmetology school in 2008, we've stressed three factors: camaraderie, competition, and completion. And we're making an impact.Modern Salon magazine recognized our Cosmetology program as a 2011 "Excellence in Education" national finalist in three categories: Technology, School Culture, and Beauty Changes Lives/Leadership. We're the only school in Tennessee to be selected in 2011.(1) Call or request more information about our Cosmetology school in Nashville, TN.How You'll Move Through Our Nashville Cosmetology SchoolFour classrooms, our fully equipped student salon, a nail room, a dispensary, and a laundry room are dedicated to our Nashville Cosmetology training program.While enrolled, you'll work with the latest equipment and professional product lines like BaByliss®, Burmax Cuccio®, Pevonia®, Matrix®, and Design Essentials®.Our 12-month diploma program is divided into three main parts (or modules):(2) COS I covers the science of cosmetology; the foundations of hair, skin, and nails; and the basics of styling, shaping, and chemical treatments. COS II covers the practical application of essentials; braiding/wigs/extensions; hair removal; and make-up artistry. COS III covers practical application in the student salon; client consultations/soft skills/career development; and a review in preparation for your state board exam.As you move through the program, you accumulate items for your very own Cosmetology kit. The kit includes more than $2,000 in equipment, and it's yours to keep at no extra cost once you graduate!Learn more about our Cosmetology diploma program's curriculum.Working in The Student Salon at Remington College:You'll begin working with clients in our student salon when you've completed three modules (about 375 hours of instruction).Your time on the clinic floor includes: Supervision by at least two instructors at all times. The ability to serve up to 33 patrons at a time (with 24 hair, 5 manicure, 2 pedicure, and 2 facial workstations). The chance to provide services including manicures, pedicures, facials, brow waxing, make-up application, cuts, color treatments, chemical relaxers, styles, consultations, and more.You'll also have opportunities to be recognized at least once a month in front of your peers and have pictures taken commemorating your achievements.Awards are given to cosmetology school students for the most client services, the most retail sales, the most client service dollars, and for "Student of the Month," to name a few.Learn more about our cosmetology diploma program.Cosmetology Students and the Nashville/Davidson County CommunityWe value our students and our Davidson County community, and we cultivate relationships that are mutually beneficial for students, industry professionals, and our community at large. Our activities have included: Regularly scheduled guest speakers and field trips to local businesses to gain product knowledge and first-hand looks at professional working environments. Theory and platform artistry demonstrations by instructors and product representatives. Participation in an on-Campus Professional Development Conference that brings in guest educators and potential employers.(3) A community outreach night each August that is open to the public; our students help kids going back to school to look their best through our annual "Cuts for Kids" promotion. Involvement in Nashville/Middle Tennessee area "Locks of Love" and "Mending Hearts" charitable ventures. Complimentary hair and beauty services offered to local veterans, senior citizens, moms, dads, kids, and individuals in recovery looking for a fresh start. Participation in fantasy hair competitions, school assemblies, and weekly motivational mini-workshops.Learn more about our career college in Nashville, Tennessee.