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                   6.   Precautions for Electrical Devices                  2.    Materials and Supplies
        V.   Hair Care and Treatment……………      220 hrs                      3.    Junctions of Nerves, Muscles, and Blood
           A.    Shampoos and Rinses                                        4.    Procedures
                   1.   Purpose and Effect                                  5.    Safety Measures
                   2.   Materials and Supplies                              6.    Chemistry as Applied
                   3.   Types of Shampoos
                   4.   Rinses                                    VI.   Skin Care, Facials, Make-up, Shaving……… 95 hrs
                   5.   Procedures                                   A.   Facials and Makeup
                   6.   Chemistry as Applied                         1.    Purpose and Effect of Massage Movements
                                                                     2.    Implements and Supplies
           B.    Scalp and Hair Care                                 3.    Functions of the Nerves and Muscles
                   1.   Purpose and Effects                                        Procedures in Giving a Plain Facial.
            4.   Facial Cosmetics                                 course is particularly directed towards developing in the student, desirable habits and
            5.   Special Problems                                 attitudes with respect to health, sanitation, safety, and encouragement towards self-
            6.   Eyebrow Arching                                  reliance, readiness to assist others, and an ethical approach to the Cosmetology
            7.   Lash and Brow Tinting                            profession.
            8.   Shaving
            9.   Beard and Mustache Grooming                      Course Goals/ Objectives:
                                                                     1.   Students will receive an education in both theory and practical experience
        VII. Manicuring …………………………………55 hrs                               and gain knowledge in all phases of Barbering.
            A.   Purpose an effect                                   2.   To prepare students to work in a professional barbershop /salon
            B.   Preparation                                         3.   To develop employer/employee relationships and effective communication
            C.   Equipment, Supplies and Implements                       skills
            D.   Procedures for Manicuring                        Instructional Methods:
        VIII. Hair Shaping and Styling………………………825 Hrs            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
           A.   Hair shaping                                      equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the industry. Each
                  1.   Purpose and Effect                         student will receive instruction that relates to the performance of useful, creative, and
                  2.   Materials, Supplies and Implements         productive career oriented activities.
                  3.   Fundamentals                               The course is presented through well-developed lesson plans, which reflect current
                  4.   Use of Implements                          educational methods. Subjects are presented by means of lecture, demonstration, and
                  5.   Designing and Procedures                   student participation. Audio-visual aids, guest speakers, field trips and other related
                           a.   Traditional Barber Styles (fine Taper)   learning methods are used in the course.
                           b.   Contemporary Styles
                  6.   Safety Measures                            References:
           B.   Hairstyling                                       Students follow Milady's Standard of Professional Barbering. A comprehensive library of
                  1.   Purpose and Effect                         references, periodicals, books, texts, and audio/video tapes are available to support the
                  2.   Materials and Supplies                     course of study and supplement the students' training.  Students should avail themselves
                  3.   Finger waving and Shaping                  of the opportunity to use these extensive materials.
                  4.   Curl Formation                             Grading Scale
                           a.   Pin curls                             ✓ Academics
                           b.   Rollers                                    75 – 100                       =   Satisfactory
                  5.   Comb out techniques                                  0 -74               =   Unsatisfactory / Failing
           C.   Thermal Techniques
                  1.   Hair and Scalp Analysis                          ✓  Practical / Lab
                  2.   Materials, Supplies and Implements
                  3.   Hair Pressing                                         75 – 100                             =   Satisfactory
                  4.   Thermal Curling                                       0 -74                                   =   Unsatisfactory /Failing
                  5.   Thermal Waving
                  6.   Safety Measures                            State Of CT. Curriculum / Units of Instruction:
           D.   Care and Styling of Wigs                          The total curriculum shall not be less than one thousand (1,000) hours of instruction.
                  1.   Types of Wigs                              The first one hundred fifty (150) hours must be devoted to instruction in the theoretical
                  2.   Cleaning and Conditioning                  aspects of all content areas.  Practical instruction can be included in this first one hundred
                  3.   Fitting and Adjusting                      fifty (150) hours but supervised practice on a clinic floor cannot.
                  4.   Styling                                    The remaining eight hundred fifty (850) hours are to be devoted to supervised practice
                  5.   Safety Measures                            integrated with ongoing theoretical and practical instruction.
        IX. State Laws ……………………………………………… 5 Hrs                   Instructor Qualifications/Teacher to Student Ratios:
        State Laws, Rules and Regulations concerning Hairdressing, Barbering and EEOC
        Guidelines for Employment                                 Instructors shall be at least 18 years of age, hold a high school diploma or
        ___________________________________________________________________   equivalent, hold a current license as a barber in good standing in Connecticut,
        Course Outline…                                           and have at least 2 years of licensed work experience (e.g., barber shop, salon,
        Course: BARBERING                                         instructor, etc.).
        Program / Course Description: The Primary purpose of the Barbering course is to train    
        students in both theory and practical experience to prepare them to successfully pass the   At no time shall there be a ratio of less than 1 instructor to 15 students for clinical training.
        State Board Examination, and for immediate employment in the Cosmetology field. The
                                              MINIMUM REQUIRED INSTRUCTION HOURS
                                                       Barbering Curriculum
        Orientation ……………………………5 hrs             B. Properties and disorders of the hair and scalp         2. Materials, implements and supplies
        I. Sanitation and Hygiene…35hrs             1. Structure, composition and function         3. Scalp and hair analysis
                                                    2. Blood supply, nerves and muscle function         4. Classifications (types) of products
         A. Hygiene and good grooming               3. Growth and regeneration            5. Safety measures
              1. Personal hygiene                   4. Color, texture, elasticity, density and porosity         6. Procedures
              2. Good grooming                      5. Conditions, diseases and disorders         7. Corrective measures
           B. Sanitation Procedures                 6. Analysis                           8. Special effects
              1. Definition                          7. Irregularities………                  9. Special hair problems
              2. Importance                   III. Chemical Procedures………………. 130 hrs         10. Related chemistry
              3. Methods of sanitation         A. Hair Coloring and Lightening        C. Chemical Hair Relaxing
              4. Related chemistry                  1. Purpose and results                1. Purpose and results
           C. Universal Precautions/Infection Control         2. Materials, Implements and supplies         2. Materials, implements and supplies
              1.  Blood Borne Pathogens             3. Classifications                     3. Scalp and hair analysis
              2. Infectious Diseases (e.g., HIV, Hepatitis   C         4. Scalp and hair analysis         4. Classifications (types) of products
        II. Anatomy and Physiology ……. 15 hrs         5. Safety measures6. Procedures         5. Safety measures
         A. Properties and disorders of the skin         7. Corrective measures           6. Procedures
              1. Structure, composition and function         8. Fillers                   7. Special hair problems
              2. Blood supply, nerves and muscle function         9. Removal of artificial color         8. Related chemistry
              3. Growth and regeneration            10. Special effects             IV. Hair Care and Treatment …………….70
              4. Conditions, diseases and disorders         11. Related chemistry     A. Shampoos and Rinses
              5. Irregularities                  B. Chemical Waving                       1. Purpose and results
                                                    1. Purpose and results                2. Materials and supplies
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