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Check Your TDLR License Status

Steps To Renew Your License:

Step 1: Continuing Education

Those licensees with licenses expiring after September 1, 2012 will be required to complete four hours of TDLR approved continuing education in the following manner: one hour of sanitation, three hours of cosmetology related topics.

The fee for this course is $23.50

You must complete this requirement before you are eligible for license renewal. You may take the course through this website.

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Step 2

Name Change?

Did your name change?

If you have a name change, Email TDLR with a written notification of the change. Be sure to include...

  • The changes to your name
  • Your license number
  • A copy of a government issued ID or a legal document approving/indicating your last name change, such as a marriage license, court petition for name change, or certificate of naturalization.

Texas TDLR Cosmetology Continuing Education

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Course Content

The Apollo Cosmetology Continuing Education course meets all current TDLR requirements, including the new Human Trafficking Component as well as the required material on Sanitation.

Your course is presented in four sections:

All cosmetology continuing education courses must include a portion of time for the required human trafficking information, which at a minimum should include:
  • activities commonly associated with human trafficking
  • recognition of potential victims of human trafficking, and
  • methods for assisting victims of human trafficking, including how to report human trafficking.
Human trafficking is modern-day slavery and involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. Human trafficking is a hidden crime as victims rarely come forward to seek help because of fear of the traffickers, fear of law enforcement, and/or language barriers.

Our course includes the required 1.0 hour of Sanitation training.

Those licensees with licenses expiring after September 1, 2012 will be required to complete four hours of TDLR approved continuing education in the following manner: one hour of sanitation, three hours of cosmetology related topics. Instructor licensees must complete one hour of sanitation, and three hours in methods of teaching or two hours in sanitation and two hours in methods of teaching (this option expired September 1, 2014). Our course does not currently offer any training on methods of teaching and is therefore not suitable for Instructor continuing education credits.

A licensee who is at least 65 years old and has held a cosmetology license for at least 15 years is required to complete one hour of continuing education in sanitation. At this time, we do not offer a stand-alone Sanitation course.

This section covers several key areas that cover the many aspects of cosmetology professionalism, from personal skills and career opportunities.

This part of the course places an emphasize goal setting, effective communication and the importance of maintaining a professional image.

In addition, the section will cover the Salon Business, and exposes you to the many types of salon business and salon ownership models available to you.

In this module, you’ll be introduced to the history of Aromatherapy and their modern uses in the salon and healthcare.

This section also provides an in-depth look at the science of Aromatherapeutic compounds and their uses in cosmetology.

This part of the course also outlines how to incorporate Aromatherapy into your salon services safely and effectively.