Electrolysis Program

The Electrolysis Program provides training in Permanent Hair Removal, as well as basic practical training. Welcome to the exciting world of Electrology!





Why LBI is Different

At LBI we are creating an amazing online student learning platform which will allow students to access to additional resources and learning materials from any web capable device! We will be providing students access to a private social network which will allow students and faculty to connect and learn in new and amazing ways through group chat, video lessons, and high quality power point presentations!




Transfer of hours, services & grades

If transferring hours, services and exams from another licensed and accredited institution, students must have an official transcript mailed directly to the Registrar department. When bringing the transcripts in person, they must be sealed. The transcript must include the number of hours attempted and completed, services completed, as well as grades obtained from each course. Applicants must meet the minimum requirements stated below to be eligible to transfer coursework, although the minimum standards do not guarantee full or partial credit for your previous education.

  • Credits/clock hours completed and attempted
  • Practical services completed
  • 75% or higher on exams

The student must meet with a Financial Aid Officer to determine the best Financial Aid package available and/or most suitable payment plan.

NOTE: Students coming from another school may be required to complete additional hours, services and exams if their previous education does not meet our current program requirements.

Transferring hours, services and grades within our school

To receive credit for courses previously completed within our school, students must follow the same policy stated above. However, submission of an academic transcript is not required. Some of our programs contain educational components that are equivalent to one another. Those components may be transferable partially or in its entirety. The final decision resides with the Registrar department. In most cases, there are no prerequisites to the order in which the student takes each phase of the program.