(a) No. You are a former license holder and not included on the current BeautyCouncil professional registry. The BeautyCouncil is a not- for-profit voluntary association. To be a maintain your BeautyCouncil professional designation, you must pay annual dues.
(a) The BeautyCouncil requires proof of training that is equivalent or greater than BeautyCouncil minimum requirements. Reciprocity may be allowable depending on your verified credentials. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for a credential assessment.
(a) The BeautyCouncil requires proof of training that is equivalent or greater to what is required by BeautyCouncil. Some foreign countries have formal agreements with BeautyCouncil for reciprocity & exemption, however if your credentials are not from a pre-approved country you may still be eligible to challenge the BeautyCouncil exam. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
(a) The BeautyCouncil requires proof of the legal name change. We require a copy of the marriage certificate, passport, citizenship card, birth certificate or driver's license.
(a) In BC the industry is deregulated and you're not required to challenge the BeautyCouncil exam to work in the cosmetology industry, though it's in your best interest to take the BeautyCouncil examination in your trade. This will prevent delays as some jurisdictions and municipalities are now requiring proof that you have your Certificate of Qualification in order to work or obtain a business license in that area.
In Alberta, Estheticians & Nail Technicians, including cosmetic tattoo artists, make-up artists, wax technicians, manicurists & pedicurists do not require certification. Again, it is always in your best interest to hold credentials for your trade to demonstrate your professionalism & enable mobility to other regulated jurisdictions.
(a) BeautyCouncil membership is for anyone within the Cosmetology Industry. Hairdressers, Estheticians, Nail Technicians, employees, business owners, instructors, wholesalers and dealers. However, only certified beauty professionals will have their trade status recognized (CCP).Enter your text here.
For nearly 75 years BeautyCouncil, the former Cosmetology Association of Western Canada, was a provincial government regulated body for the cosmetology industry. When government regulation ceased in 2004, the industry created a voluntary association comprised of caring, driven and committed professionals who recognized a need for industry standards to be upheld.
Today we continue to oversee the growth and development of training, certification, advocacy and events for Western Canada's beauty professionals. We are a member driven, non-profit organization that fosters private sector partnerships, advances the interests of the industry and raises professional standards.
Our mission is to help professional cosmetologists realize their full potential.
To learn more information about us please call 604-871-0222.