FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW many students do you accept per class?
Class sizes are maintained to create a low student to teacher ratio—Hair Design classes capped at 12, and Aesthetics classes capped at 6. This is a hands on profession; therefore, by maintaining small class sizes we guarantee that each student is given the personalized, quality training necessary to ensure that they meet their goals and potential.
who can i contact to ask questions?
You can call the Institute Coordinator at 519-743-8892 from Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm Eastern Time. If for any reason we are not available, please leave a message or send us an email and we will be sure to get back to you within 24 hours.
WHEN ARE YOUr NEXT ENROLMENT PERIODS?
Please contact us to find out when the next available start date is, as availability changes frequently.
How do I become a licensed hairstylist after I graduate the program?
In order to receive a Hairstyling License in the province of Ontario, you will need to complete 1500 hours of classroom/practical instruction and complete an in-salon apprenticeship of 2000 hours. After the completion of your Classroom instruction and 2000 hours of on the job training, a written exam would need to be passed to receive your license. Voila Institute’s Hairstyling program covers the complete 1500 hours of classroom/practical instruction.
You must register yourself with the nearest Apprenticeship Office at the beginning of your employment to ensure that the hours worked will be recognized as part of your 2000 hours of in-salon apprenticeship.
To find out more information about apprenticeship programs please visit:
Do you offer financial aid?
Financial Assistance options are available.
Voila Institute is a recognized Private Career College and is recognized for redemption of RESP’s.
This program is registered to issue T2202s, which will qualify you to claim your education costs as tax credits.
Students enrolled in the Hairstyling program may be eligible, if qualified for assistance under the following components of the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP): – The Canadian Students Loan Program (CSL)
For more information, please contact the Institute Coordinator.
What is the dress code for students?
Students are advised to dress fashionably as they are entering the beauty industry. There are no uniforms, however, ripped or torn clothes as well as clothes that do not adequately cover the body are not permitted. The way you dress is a presentation of yourself, and we are professionals in the beauty and fashion industry.
Do you accept transfer students?
Students requesting a transfer from another Private Career College should contact the Institute Coordinator at (519) 743-8892 from Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm Eastern Time.