Skinworks School of Advanced Skincare
- 2 Year
- SALT LAKE CITY, UT
Skinworks School of Advanced Skincare Reviews
Rating 2.43 out of 5 7 reviews
The atmosphere is great. The clients and students are great as well. Many of the teachers are helpful and knowledgeable. The issue with the school is constant turnover of instructors and other staff members. They are also consistently changing their procedures. It creates a ton of frustration and annoyance among staff and students. It is so much so that it does hinder learning and restricts building a strong skill set. It also leads to students becoming misinformed, because it is impossible for staff to relay information correctly. I also do believe that some students feel discriminated against. Some students are preferred by staff and are given a better learning experience and opportunities for practice.
Some of the instruction online was good. There was a lot of wasted time as well. Time simply playing games or repetitive learning.
My time at Skinworks started out just find I was looking forward to becoming a licensed Esthetician and my time through the basics program passed with relative ease. It wasn't until I began my master program that things turned for the worse. My most immediate concern began with safety in the 10 months I was there at least 4 cars were broken into with one being completely stolen. The school did little to nothing to remedy this. I was accepted into the schools laser program and was disappointed when it turned out to be nothing like what I was told to expect. I wasn't able to work on fellow students without them paying and treatments are to expensive for them to casually do it. Overall I was very disappointed in the program. The owner and administrators do not behave in a professional manner. The only reason I stuck it out is that it would have cost more to go to another school and I had decent teachers. Overall I wouldn't do it again if I had the chance.
Upon graduation you are given a paper to fill out saying I have found a job and this is all the info on it. They ocasionally post open positions in the school, but that doesn't help if you aren't graduated and licensed before the posting closes.
I loved the students that I have gone to school with. It's a small school and I have made a ton of good friends that I look forward to working in the field with.
Letter in the Mail – All I recieved after graduation was a survey on job placement.