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THE CENTER FOR SKIN CARE | COSMETOLOGY | NAIL TECHNOLOGY | BARBERING | TEMPORARY HAIR REMOVAL | PERMANENT COSMETIC MAKE-UP | MASSAGE THERAPY | MAKE-UP ARTISTRY | ELECTROLYSIS | MASTER ESTHETICIAN | NATURAL HAIR CARE | ASSOCIATES OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAMS

 

General Information

Faculty

Dr. Shandy Andrews, AA, BA, BPC, MPC, MPNA, PHD President/Director/State Region for Caribbean Islands, & International Instructor NIC

 

Dr. Kenrick Andrews, AA, BPMT, MPMT, PHD/Vice President/Director of Administration/Financial/International Instructor NIC 

 

Miss Shuna Hunt, AA, BA, Director of Accounting/ Finance & Compliance

 

Miss Michelle Burrows, Associate Director of Admissions/Recruiter

Mrs. Nadya Munnings-Pratt, MA Associate Director and Instructor

Professor Mureil Jackson, Masters in Education/International Instructor NIC  

Dr. Teregano Mercedes, PHD Associate Director/Director of Deans and Instructor

Dr. Willie Singleton, PHD Associate Director and International Instructor NIC

Miss Melony Major, Advisor

 

Mrs. Ashnic Rolle, BPC, Instructor

 

Mrs. Takara Munnings, BPE, Instructor

 

Miss. Derricka Andrews, Instructor

 

Mrs. Aleshia Sands, Instructor

 

Mrs. Marsha McPhee, Instructor

 

Miss Ernestine Pedican, Teacher Aids

 

Flawless Institut De Beautè Enhancement was founded in 2000 and is owned and governed by Drs. Kenrick and Shandy Andrews. This beauty institute is not affiliated with any other training institute.



Facilities

Designed and built in 2007 the Institute provides an environment conducive to all phases of training. The facility has computerized equipment for practical training in a clinical environment. Students receive theoretical training in the media room via instructor, video and audio presentation. Students have access to up-to-date information relevant to the profession they plan to practice. The facilities and student/teacher ratio make for the ideal learning to dismiss any student whose behavior is deemed inappropriate.


Registration and Enrollment

The school enrolls students on a continuous basis. Registration is required at least one week prior to start date. Registration and supply fees are due at this time. Student interview is required. Registration is by appointment only.

Student Placement

The Institute does not guarantee job placement for its graduates. However, we will assist students in obtaining employment when such opportunities arise. Any student may request assistance. Graduation and placement statistics are available upon request.

Conduct and Personal Appearance

1. Students must conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times

2. Students are required to furnish and wear an all white uniform (Approximate cost $50.00)

3. No logos or writing allowed on apparel besides the school logo

4. Shorts may only be worn for practical training as advised by instructor, otherwise, pants or skirts (with white pantyhose) must be worn

5. Students must be presentable and well-groomed at all times

6. The Institute is a non-smoking facility

The Institute reserves the right to dismiss any student whose behavior is deemed inappropriate.

School Hours of Operation

Monday thru Friday 9am to 9pm


Class Schedule

Full - Time Students: Monday thru Friday 9:30am to 2:30pm

Part - Time Students: Monday thru Friday 6pm to 9:00pm


A minimum of 20 hours per week required (Schedule to be provided to Instructor)

Lunch hour is determined by Instructor

Legal Holidays

The Institute observes and closes on:

New Year’s Day

NBCL & NIC - International Training (31st January - 7th February)

 

Valentine's Day

Good Friday

Easter Monday

Spring Break

NBCL & NIC - International Training (19th April - 27th)

Whit Monday

Memorial Day

Independence Day

NBCL & NIC - International Training (25th July - 11th August)

Emancipation Day

Summer Break

Labor Day

National Heroes' Day

Thanksgiving Day

Christmas Day

Boxing Day

Summer and winter breaks are scheduled each calendar year. Dates provided to students upon enrollment.

Student Records

Student records are permanently retained by the Institute and are available to students upon request. There is a $75.00 charge for diploma replacements.

Rules and Regulations

Attendance

Part-time and full-time students are required to attend classes according to their contract. Students with more than three unexcused absences will be terminated. Three unexcused tardies are permitted. All other tardies must be cleared with a director in advance. If student goes over maximum tardy limit-counseling will be required. If student continues behavior-probation and termination could result. All absences and tardies must be excused by a director. Students are not eligible for graduation until all requirements are met as prescribed by the Commission for Independent Education.

Leave of Absence

A leave of absence may be granted for a reasonable amount of time, and must be approved by a director. A request for a leave of absence must be presented in writing and specific dates must be provided for departure and return. If student does not return in the specified amount of time without notifying the Institute-their contract will be terminated and a refund will be granted according to the Refund Policy.

Interruptions Due to Unsatisfactory Grades

Students must maintain an overall average of 75% in theory and practical. If students do not maintain this average, they will be placed on academic probation for one week. During this period the student will be counseled and improvement must be made. If the minimum average is not met within this period-students will be counseled as to the advisability of continuing the program.

Re-Enrollment Policy

Terminated and/or canceled students that desire re-enrollment must follow the required admission policy and requirements. An interview is required and the re-enrollment candidate must present a case on their behalf regarding reinstatement. If accepted, credit for the hours acquired may be applied provided that the hours were satisfactorily completed and have been paid for according to the Refund Policy stated herein.


Transfer Credit

The Facial Specialty Programs have specified clock-hour requirements for theoretical, practical and instructional training. Therefore, no credit can be accepted for prior studies.

Graduation Requirements

A certificate of completion is presented to students that successfully complete the required program of study with a minimum passing grade of 75% in all required subjects. Moreover, all credit hours and monetary obligations must be met. The certificate will fulfill the educational requirements for students applying for licensure in The Bahamas and Florida .

Grading System

A 94 – 100 Excellent

B 82 - 84 Good

C 72 - 74 Average

D 60 - 69 Below Average

F 0 - 59 Failure

Cancellation and Refund Policy

Should the student be terminated or cancel for any reason, all refunds will be made according to the following refund schedule:


1. Cancellation must be made in person or by certified mail


2. All monies will be refunded if the applicant is not accepted by the school or if the student cancels within three (3) business days after signing the enrollment agreement and making initial payment.


3). Cancellation after the third (3rd) business day, but before the first day of class, will result in a refund of all monies paid with the exception of the seat fee and registration fee.


4). Cancellation after attendance has begun, but prior to 50 percent completion of the program, will result in a pro-rate refund computed on the number of hours completed to the total program hours.


5). Cancellation after completing 50 percent of the program will result in no refund.


6). Termination date: The termination date for refund computation purposes is the last date of actual attendance by the student unless earlier written notice is received.


7). Refunds will be made within 30 days of termination or receipt of Cancellation Notice.


8). A student can be dismissed at the discretion of the director for insufficient progress, non-payment of fees, or failure to comply with rules.


All prices for the program are as printed herein. There are no carrying charges, interest charges, or service charges connected or charged with any of these programs. Contracts are not sold to a third party at any time. Cost of credit is included in the price cost for the goods and services.

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