Collin College has announced a new esthetician program with classes set to begin in spring 2024, according to a news release from the school.

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The program will train students to recognize, assess and perform esthetic procedures and treatments to improve the health condition of the skin, according to the release. Once successfully completed, students will receive a certificate of completion from Collin College.

The program is an entry-level noncredit certificate program with 750 state-required classroom and lab hours. The program also offers advanced courses for professional development licensed estheticians.

Collin College is in the process of gaining approval for the program from the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

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“This program provides students with the necessary skills, knowledge, and training to flourish in this high-demand industry as a skincare specialist and as an entrepreneur,” Esthetics Program Coordinator Ketia Bradley said in the release. “It gives them an opportunity to step into their passion of beautifying others with confidence.”