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             Course Outline                                       for graduation and job entry level skills. Clinic equipment,
                                                                  implements, and products are comparable to those used in
             Course: COSMETOLOGY                                  the industry. Each student will receive instruction that
                                                                  relates to the performance of useful, creative, and
             Program / Course Description: The Primary purpose of   productive career oriented activities. The course is
             the Cosmetology course is to train students in both theory   presented through well-developed lesson plans, which
             and practical experience to prepare them to successfully   reflect current educational methods. Subjects are presented
             pass the State Board Examination, and for immediate   by means of lecture, demonstration, and student
             employment in the Cosmetology field. The course is   participation. Audio-visual aids, guest speakers, field trips
             particularly directed towards developing in the student,   and other related learning methods are used in the course.
             desirable habits and attitudes with respect to health,
             sanitation, safety, and encouragement towards self-reliance,   References:
             readiness to assist others, and an ethical approach to the   Students  follow  Milady's  Standard  of  Cosmetology. A
             Cosmetology profession.                              comprehensive  library  of  references,  periodicals,  books,
                                                                  texts,  and  audio/video  tapes  are  available  to  support  the
             Course Goals/ Objectives:                            course  of  study  and  supplement  the  students'  training.
                                                                  Students should avail themselves of the opportunity to use
                                                                  these extensive materials.
                 1.  Students will receive an education in both theory
                    and practical experience and gain knowledge in all   State of CT. Curriculum / Units of Instruction:
                    phases of Cosmetology.
                 2.  To prepare students to work in a professional   1. The total curriculum shall not be less than 1500 hours of
                    salon/spa.                                    instruction.
                 3.  To develop employer/employee relationships and
                    effective communication skills                2. The first two-hundred (200) hours must be devoted to
                                                                  instruction in the theoretical aspects of all content areas.
                                                                  Practical instruction can be included in this first two hundred
                                                                  (200) hours but supervised practice on a clinic floor cannot.
             Instructional Methods:                               3. The remaining thirteen hundred (1300) hours are to be
             The clock hour education is provided through a sequential   devoted to supervised practice integrated with ongoing
             set of learning steps which address specific tasks necessary   theoretical and practical instruction.



                                             MINIMUM REQUIRED INSTRUCTION HOURS
             Content Area                                                      Theory Hours                      Clinic Hours

             Sanitation & Hygiene…………………………………………………….         15                                      20
             Anatomy & Physiology…………………………………………………..         15                                        0
             Chemical Procedures …………………………………………………..          30                                   200
             Business & Professional Relations…………………………………….         10                               10
             Hair Care & Treatment………………………………………………….          20                                   200
             Skin Care, Facial, Make-up, Shaving…………………………………          15                              80
             Manicuring………………………………………………………………..          15                                          40
             Hair Shaping & Styling…………………………………………………...         75                                 750
             State Laws for Barbers & Hairdressers and EEOC Guidelines………           5              0

                                   TOTAL  HOURS:                                                  200                   1300



























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