The school does not discriminate in its employment, admission, instruction, or graduation policies based on sex, age, race, color, religion, or ethnic origin nor does it recruit students already attending or admitted to another school offering similar programs of study. The school requires that each student enrolling in the Permanent Makeup course:
- Tour the school and discuss educational goals as well as learn more about the knowledge we have and what we have to offer you.
- After registration you will be directed to your online blood borne pathogen class which is to be finished prior to the first day of class. This class is included in your tuition and your instructor will provide documentation of your completion.
Transfer of Credits/Credit for Experience
Advanced Permanent Makeup Institute does not give credit for experience and does not receive credits from another state unless an accredited institution provides a verifiable transcript.
This Course is a 200-hour training program combined with 50 hands on practical units which prepares the student for Virginia State Licensure Exam in the field of Permanent Make up/Micro blading application. This course is a combination of required theory hours of instruction and required practicum’s which prepare students to be successful in the Permanent Cosmetic Make up field. The student must complete each module in class and pass written and practicum examination for each and a final examination and 3 practicum examinations to graduate.
All books and study guides
Bloodborne pathogen course
Kit: Enough for at least 10 procedures upon graduation
All your practice supplies
Class schedules/holiday closures/Hours of operation
Class Schedules 2024
Full time 200-hour courses, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday 10 am – 3 pm (approximately 13 weeks)
January 8 – April 8, 2024
April 22 – June 26, 2024
July 8 – October 9, 2024
October 21– January 29, 2025
Part time 200-hour courses, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 5pm – 9pm
(approximately 20 weeks)
January 22 – June 5, 2024
June 18 – October 30, 2024
Holiday Closures 2024
Monday, December 18, 2023 – Tuesday, January 2, 2024, Christmas Break
Monday, January 15, 2024, Martin Luther King JR. Day
Monday, February 19, 2024, Washington’s Birthday
Monday, March 25th – Friday, March 29th, 2024, Spring Break
Monday, May 27, 2024, Memorial Day
Wednesday, June 19, 2024, Juneteenth Independence Day
Thursday July 4, 2024, Independence Day Break
Monday, September 2, 2024, Labor Day
Monday, October 14, 2024, Columbus Day
Monday, November 11, 2024, Veterans Day
Wednesday, November 27 – Friday, November 29, 2024, Thanksgiving Break
Monday, December 23, 2024 – Friday, January 3, 2025, Christmas Break
Hours of Operation (currently) Friday, Saturday, and Sunday closed.
Hours of Operation (currently)
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday 10 am – 9 pm
Thursday 5 pm – 9 pm
Friday, Saturday and Sunday closed
*** If you miss a class, you must schedule one on one time with the instructor within that same week of missing class
The beginning 2 hours of class will be theory lecture where students can take notes and ask questions on topic followed by a Review of lecture. The second part of class will be practical set up and instructor guides application of permanent Make up on practice skin. Each class will review strict pre and post procedure protocol.
Grade of tests will be graded by the number of points. The number of questions answered correctly divided by the number of points possible. The student must get an 80% or above to pass.
Grading Scale for both practical and Theory exams are as follows:
95 - 100 = A Excellent 84 - 88 = C Satisfactory
89 - 94 = B Good 80 - 84 = D Poor
79% or below = F Unsatisfactor
Attendance does matter. Missing a lot of class can create huge holes that can lead to academic failure. Each class is approximately 22.5 days of education and will move quickly. Therefore, a student is only allowed to miss 2 classes and is required to make up that time with the instructor individually.
Students are required to be on time to class
Please do not talk down, threaten, yell, or judge your fellow peers. Getting along and working as a team is part of your education as it will enhance your education as well.
Bullying will not be tolerated and is grounds for immediate termination.
Cell Phone Policy
Cell Phones can be a big disruption to the learning environment, and they can be a valuable education tool or a link to family members. During instruction there will be no interruptions therefore keep them on silent and if needed quickly and quietly excuse yourself from the room and rejoin promptly.
Dress Code Policy
Black or dark colored scrubs are required. The school is not responsible for in dropped on other clothes worn such as coats and shoes.
There is no denying that not every student will get along with other students. Conflict does happen and should never get Physical. If this should happen the police will immediately be called, and charges will be filed.
Treat others as you want to be treated.
If consequences are needed due to a student’s actions, academic progress, attendance, and professional conduct will serve as a decision-making guide.
Standards of Conduct:
- Maintain high professional standards consistent with sound practices.
- Conduct business relationships in a manner that is fair to all.
- Promote professionalism in the cosmetic tattoo/permanent makeup industry without discrimination against any fellow member’s background.
- Refrain from any immoral or unethical behavior in their business dealings.
- Participate in continuing education to upgrade and improve their knowledge and skills.
- Follow city, state and federal guidelines set forth for the cosmetic tattoo industry.
- Be in compliance with OSHA regulations and CDC guidelines as they apply to the cosmetic tattoo industry.
- Utilize safe practices of sterilization of all machine or device components that can potentially be contaminated by blood borne pathogens. Disposable parts, including needles, will not be reused.
- The process of tattooing is not temporary or completely painless. Make no false or misleading statements to the public through material; including but not limited to websites, social media, brochures, or forms regarding the process of tattooing.
Integrity: Provide professional services with integrity.
Integrity demands honesty which must not be for personal gain or advantage. You are placed in position of trust by clients, and the ultimate source of that trust is your integrity. Allowance can be made for innocent error and legitimate differences of opinion, but integrity cannot co-exist with deceit of one’s principles.
Objectivity: Provide professional services objectively.
Objectivity requires intellectual honesty and impartiality. Regardless of the service rendered or the capacity in which a person functions, protect the integrity of your work, maintain objectivity, and avoid going against their judgment.
Competence: Maintain the knowledge and skill necessary to provide professional services competently.
Competence means attaining and maintaining an adequate level of knowledge and skill, and application of that knowledge and skill in providing services to clients. Competence also includes the wisdom to recognize the limitations of that knowledge and when consultation with other professionals is appropriate or referral to other professionals necessary. Make a continuing commitment to learning and professional improvement.
Fairness: Be fair and reasonable in all professional relationships. Disclose conflicts of interest.
Fairness requires impartiality, intellectual honesty, and disclosure of material conflicts of interest. Fairness is treating others in the same fashion that you would want to be treated.
Confidentiality: Protect the confidentiality of all client information.
Confidentiality means ensuring that information is accessible only to those authorized to have access. A relationship of trust and confidence with the client can only be built upon the understanding that the client’s information will remain confidential.
Professionalism: Act in a manner that demonstrates exemplary professional conduct.
Professionalism requires behaving with dignity and courtesy to clients, fellow professionals, and others in business-related activities. Cooperate with fellow peers to enhance and maintain the profession’s public image and improve the quality of services.
Diligence: Provide professional services diligently.
Diligence is the provision of services in a prompt and thorough manner, including the proper planning for, and supervision of, the rendering of professional services.
Tuition and fees
THE TOTAL COST OF THE PERMANENT MAKEUP PROGRAM:
NON-REFUNDABLE REGISTRATION FEE $ 100.00
BOOKS $ 250.00
KIT $ 600.00
MISC EXPENSES $ 400.00
TOTAL COST $7300.00
Professional discount 10% - $730.00
A 10% discount is given to beauty professionals
Tuition refunds will be determined as follows:
Withdrawal less than 25% of total program taught=75% Refund of program cost
Withdrawal after 25% and less than 50% of program taught=50% Refund of program cost Withdrawal after 50% and less than 75% of program taught=25% Refund of program cost Withdrawal after 75% or more of program taught= No Refund