Beauty Editorial

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Online courses give cosmetologists and other professional workers instant access to cutting-edge career education. Not only does continuing education (CE) allow workers to gain knowledge and sharpen their skills, but it can also help them grow their client base and increase their potential earnings. Most online schools offer basic, intermediate and advanced classes and students can enroll individually or as a group. In fact, group discounts are often available for salon or business owners.

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State Continuing Education (StateCE), Inc., is an example of a company that provides online CE courses for American tradesmen and business professionals. Based in the Dallas suburb of Richardson, Texas, the company delivers quality continuing education for ten different trades and professions. In addition to cosmetologists, StateCE courses serve realtors, insurance agents, mortgage representatives, private security personnel, electricians, heating-ventilation-air conditioning (HVAC) technicians, home inspectors, tow operators and X-ray technicians.

Companies like StateCE serve more than 100,000 customers in all 50 states. One of the most popular courses of study is cosmetology continuing education online. Like other CE courses, cosmetology courses are available for specific license types. In addition to the courses and exams, online schools provide written curricula for classroom or group study and independent home study. They also provide pre-licensing examinations for real estate, insurance, mortgage and other professions.

Although continuing education can refer to almost any general adult education, companies like StateCE specialize in professional continuing education. This specific educational domain typically involves a designated course of study, a certain number of continuing education units (CEUs) and a professional certificate. Licensing agencies in fields like the ten that StateCE serves impose CE requirements on tradesmen and professionals who must hold a license to practice.

The delivery method can include classroom lectures, laboratories, seminars, webinars, weekend workshops, video conferences and other learning opportunities. However, many continuing education programs like StateCE use distance learning, online education and independent studies. Many companies and businesses provide free or low-cost continuing education for their employees.

Like most online courses, all StateCE courses are certified by the appropriate state agencies. Several organizations partner with these companies to give students the best available learning opportunities. Asset Marketing Systems, Champions Real Estate Group, Farmers Insurance Group, HVAC Business Solutions, Keller Williams Realty, Kissee Home Inspections, Ogle School and 3 Mark Financial are examples of organizations that partner with StateCE.

The cosmetology courses, among the most popular ones available, are many and varied. Students generally choose a course by license type. StateCE offers nine different cosmetology courses with education that is specific to operators, manicurists, facialists, hair weavers, shampoo specialists, wig specialists, operator instructors, manicurist instructors and facialist instructors. Since different states have different licensing requirements, the company customizes the courses according to agency CE requirements.

My name is Angela Ricardo Bethea and I am the founder and editor behind KoreanDoll.net ( and many other online publications ) ... I love the finer things in life, I'm quite a shop-a-holic and a certified jet-setter. So if I am not behind my laptop to blog, I'd probably be shopping if not traveling.

1 Comment

  1. Carrie

    February 28, 2014 at 10:22 pm

    I totally love that eye shadow!!! Very pretty!!! I’m trying to learn how to do a two toned eye shadow design… I’m not the greatest but I’m improving. 🙂

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