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        Branford Academy of Hair & Cosmetology performance statistics for the calendar year 2019 reported:
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                     Completion                     Licensure                    Placement

                      70.83%                          100%                        88.24%


        Course Outline…                                           of lecture, demonstration, and student participation. Audio-visual aids, guest speakers,
        Course: COSMETOLOGY                                       field trips and other related learning methods are used in the course
        Program / Course Description: The Primary purpose of the Cosmetology course is to
        train students in both theory and practical experience to prepare them to successfully pass
        the State Board Examination, and for immediate employment in the Cosmetology field.   75 – 100                       =   Satisfactory
        The course is particularly directed towards developing in the student, desirable habits and             0 -74               =   Unsatisfactory / Failing
        attitudes with respect to health, sanitation, safety, and encouragement towards self-
        reliance, readiness to assist others, and an ethical approach to the Cosmetology         ✓  Practical / Lab
        profession.
                                                                             75 – 100                             =   Satisfactory
        Course Goals/ Objectives:                                            0 -74                                   =   Unsatisfactory /Failing
            1.  Students will receive an education in both theory and practical experience
                and gain knowledge in all phases of Cosmetology.   References:
            2.  To prepare students to work in a professional salon/spa.   Students follow Milady's Standard of Cosmetology. A comprehensive library of
            3.  To develop employer/employee relationships and effective communication   references, periodicals, books, texts, and audio/video tapes are available to support the
                skills                                            course of study and supplement the students' training.  Students should avail themselves
        Instructional Methods:                                    of the opportunity to use these extensive materials.
        The clock hour education is provided through a sequential set of learning steps which
        address specific tasks necessary for graduation and job entry level skills. Clinic   State of CT. Curriculum / Units of Instruction:
        equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the industry.   1.  The total curriculum shall not be less than 1500 hours of instruction
        Each student will receive instruction that relates to the performance of useful, creative,   2.  The first two-hundred (200) hours must be devoted to instruction in the
        and productive career oriented activities. The course is presented through well-developed   theoretical aspects of all content areas. Practical instruction can be
        lesson plans, which reflect current educational methods. Subjects are presented by means   included in this first two hundred (200) hours but on a mannequin only.
                                                                  The remaining thirteen hundred (1300) hours are to be devoted to supervised practice
                                                                  integrated with ongoing theoretical and practical instruction.
        MINIMUM REQUIRED INSTRUCTION HOURS                       3.   Methods of Sanitation
                                                                 4.  Chemistry as Applied
         Content Area                                               Theory   Clinic Hours
                                   Hours                         II. Anatomy and Physiology…………………         15 hrs
         Sanitation & Hygiene      15      20                      A.   Dermatology
                                                                           1.   Structure of the Skin
         Anatomy & Physiology      15      0                     2.   Functions of the Skin
                                                                 3.   Conditions of the Skin
         Chemical Procedures       30     200                    4.   Disorders of the Skin
         Business & Professional Relations  10  10                 B.   Trichology
                                                                           1.   Structure of Hair
         Hair Care & Treatment     20     200                    2.   Composition of Hair
                                                                 3.   Blood and Nerve Supply
         Skin Care, Facial, Make-up, Shaving  15  80             4.   Growth and Regeneration
                                                                 5.   Color, Texture, Elasticity, Porosity
         Manicuring                15      40                    6.  Conditions and Disorders
                                                                   C.   Nails
         Hair Shaping & Styling    75     750                              1.   Structure and Composition
                                                                           2.   Growth and Regeneration
         State Laws for Barbers & Hairdressers and EEOC   5  0             3.    Nail Irregularities
         Guidelines
                                                                 III. Chemical Procedures................................................... 230 hrs
                                                                 A. Hair Coloring and Lightening 1. Purpose and effects
                 TOTAL  HOURS      200    1300
                                                                                            2. Materials and Supplies 3. Classification (types) 4. Safety Measures
                                                                                             5. Procedures
                                                                                             6. Corrective Measures
        Orientation …………………………….        4 hrs                                                7. Fillers
        I.  Sanitation and Hygiene……………………...      31 hrs        8. Removal of Artificial Color 9. Special Effects
          A.   Hygiene and good grooming                                       10. Chemistry as Applied
                 1.   Personal Hygiene                           B. Chemical Waving
                 2.   Good Grooming                                            1. Purpose and Effect
                                                                               2. Material and Supplies
          B.   Sanitation Procedures                                            3. Scalp and Hair Analysis a. Hair Porosity
                 1.   Definition                                 b. Hair Texture c. Hair Elasticity d. Hair Density e. Hair Length
        2.   Importance
                       4. Classifications (types) of Products                1.  Personality
                       5. Safety Measures                                    2.  Salesmanship
                       6. Procedures                                         3.   Client Relationships
                       7. Special Hair Problems 8. Chemistry as Applied
        C. Chemical Hair Relaxing                                     B.   Telephone Techniques Salon Management
                       1. Purpose and Effect                                 1.   Business Practices
                       2. Material and Supplies ,Scalp and Hair Analysis a. Hair   2.  Employer-Employee Relations
        Porosity                                                             3.   Salon Development
                       b. Hair Texture , Hair Elasticity, Hair Length e. Hair Density   4.  Professional Ethics
                       4. Classifications (types) of Products 5. Safety Measures   5.  Public Relations
                       6. Procedures                                  C.   Safety Measures
                       7. Special Problems                                   1.   Pertaining to shop clients
                       8. Chemistry as Applied                               2.   Pertaining to shop operators
        IV. Business & Professional Relations………   20 hrs                    3.   Equipment
                                                                             4.   Materials
            A.   Professional Attitude & Salesmanship                        5.   Precautions to Various Services Including Hair Straightening
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