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Modern Salon Learning FAQ

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 7:07 PM

The E-Learning Experience
MODERN SALON delivers education to you every month in our magazine and every day on our site, Did you know you also can  take continuing education classes at Here are the answers to a few frequently asked questions:

Q. How do I know if I’m eligible to take Modern Salon Learning classes online?
A. The following states allow online cosmetology education to satisfy the cosmetology license renewal requirements: Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio and Texas. Each state has a listing of the hours required and the approval status of Modern Salon Learning courses you can view online.

Q. How do the courses translate to continuing education credits?
A. Each course is divided into three lessons for a total of 50-60 minutes of education (equal to one hour of CE credit).

Q. What types of courses are available?
A. Classes are available in four categories: Foundation—basic cosmetology courses to establish skills and knowledge; Aspiration—learn to apply your technical skills and explore your creativity and style; Inspiration—use your creativity and technical skills to create unique fashion looks; Biz Coach—Increase communication skills and expand your business approach.

Visit now to learn more about this unique tool for continuing education credits. Most courses are video-based so you can see and hear the step-by-step process of the entire cutting, coloring or styling technique. You can also view still images. Get comprehensive education in the comfort of your salon or home.

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