START YOUR CAREER WITH OUR ACCREDITED TRAINING

Attending and graduating from an accredited beauty school opens the door to numerous career opportunities throughout the United States. The cosmetology industry continues to grow at a rate of over 10% per year. A cosmetology career can mean flexible work hours while you build a client base that increases your income every year. Owning your own salon is another great possibility. Independence and financial stability are key reasons to pursue a career in a cosmetology discipline.

The Pineville Beauty School is a member of the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences, Inc. (NACCAS), and offers complete, accredited courses for:

Cosmetology Training (SOC Code 39-5012.00): SOC Codes, provided by the U.S. Federal Government, are used to classify jobs and provide detailed information about that job. For more information, please visit this link SOC Code 39-5012.00

Manicuring Training (SOC Code 39-5092.00): SOC Codes, provided by the U.S. Federal Government, are used to classify jobs and provide detailed information about that job. For more information, please visit this link SOC Code 39-5092.00

Teacher Training (SOC Code 25-1194.00): SOC Codes, provided by the U.S. Federal Government, are used to classify jobs and provide detailed information about that job. For more information, please visit this link SOC Code 25-1194.00

Shampoo Technician Training (SOC Code 39-5093) SOC Codes, provided by the U.S. Federal Government, are used to classify jobs and provide detailed information about that job. For more information about the job. For more information, please visit this link. SOC Code – 39-5093.00

As a cosmetology or manicurist student you will be able to practice your skills in a real world setting. Our students are provided with the opportunity to work in our student salon, and work with real customers, while being supervised by a teacher. This experience will give you the hands-on learning that will prepare you for any of a number of cosmetology roles.
For more details on attending Pineville Beauty School, transferring credits, general requirements and more please call our admissions office at 318-445-1040.

Employment After Graduation/Pre-Requisites for Employment

Cosmetology, Manicuring, Teacher Training, and Shampoo Technician are not easy professions in which to begin and success is tied directly to developing a steady clientele. This, in turn, depends on technical skills, experience, a sense of how to deal with clients, and personal style. Even well-trained entrants to the field find the first year difficult financially, but for those who settle into the profession, cosmetology can be a long and economically rewarding career.

The successful practice of these professions most often work at least 8 hours per day, most of the time on their feet and with their arms extended performing, or demonstration and correction practical services. It also requires careful eye and hand coordination. Such work requires some physical strength and stamina. Persons suffering from back, leg or joint ailments should consult a physician to see if they are physically able to meet these requirements. In addition, working the industry fields require continuous exposure to a wide variety of hair and skin treating chemicals. Persons with allergies of any kind or sensitive skin or eye should consult a physician to see if chemical sensitivity may prohibit them from engaging in the profession.

NACCAS Member

​A great career begins with the right attitude and proper training. Pineville Beauty School is a member in good standing of the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts & Sciences, Inc. Enrolling at our school assures that you will receive training by licensed cosmetology teachers. If you’ve got the right attitude you can join us to get proper training, and then move on to take your certification test and start your cosmetology or manicuring career!