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              3. Types of shampoos/rinses           3. Use of implements                  3. Fundamentals of shaving the head neck and face
              4. Procedures                         4. Haircutting theory                 4. Beard and mustache grooming
              5. Related chemistry                  5. Techniques, designing and procedures   VII. Business and Professional Relations …….20hrs
        B. Scalp and Hair Care                               a. Traditional barber styles (fine taper)
              1. Purpose and results                         b. Contemporary styles      A. Professional attitude/ethics and salesmanship
              2. Materials and supplies             6. Safety measures                    1. Personality
              3. Massage                           B. Hair Styling/Care and Care/Styling of Wigs          2. Salesmanship
              4. Procedures                         1. Purpose and results                3. Patron relations
              5. Safety measures                    2. Materials, implements and supplies         4. Telephone techniques
              6. Related chemistry                  3. Use of implements               A.  Salon management
        V. Skin Care/Facials and Manicuring…… 45hrs         4. Finishing techniques    1. Business practices
                                                    5. Thermal Techniques            2. Employer-employee relations
           A. Skin Care/Facials                           a. Hair and scalp analysis    3. Salon development
              1. Purposes and effect of massage movements                 b. Materials, implements and supplies    4. Professional ethics
              2. Implements and supplies                   c. Hair pressing          5. Public relations
              3. Function of nerves and muscles               d. Thermal curling      C. Safety Measures/Client protection
              4. Procedure in giving a plain facial               e. Thermal waving         1. Pertaining to shop patrons
              5. Special problems                   6. Care and Styling of Wigs           2. Pertaining to shop operators
         B. Manicuring                                    a. Types of Wigs                3. Equipment
              1. Purpose and results                      b. Cleaning and conditioning         4. Materials
              2. Preparation                              c. Fitting and adjusting         5. Precautions relative to various services including
              3. Equipment, implements and supplies               d. Styling                            hair straightening
              4. Procedures                         7. Safety measures                    6. Precautions for electrical devices
        VI. Hair Cutting, Styling and Shaving…695 hrs   C. Shaving
             A. Hair Cutting                        1. General precautions and safety precautions of   VIII. State laws ………… 5 hrs
              1. Purpose and results          shaving                               Rules and Regulations concerning barbering and Equal
              2. Materials, implements and supplies          2. Standard shaving positions and strokes   Employment Opportunity Commission guidelines for
                                                                                    employment.
                                                      BARBER PROGRAM
                                                 Clinic Services to be performed by student
                                           Service Type     Min Required         Min Required
                                                                       Service Type
                                   Wet Styling                 10                   5
                                   (Sculpting, Roller sets, Finger waves,   Braiding
                                   Wraps)
                                   Thermal Styling             20    Shaves (15) /   15
                                   (Blow Drying /Curling Iron / Flat Iron/   Beard Design
                                   Pressing)                         (10)
                                   Haircuts                    50    Facials        1
                                   Hair Color      (Semi / Demi /   15              1
                                   Permanent)                        Perms
                                   Hair Lightening      (Double Process)  2  Relaxers  1
                                   Dimensional   (Foiling /Cap/ Etc)  5  Manicures  1
        Course Outline Esthetics
        Program / Course Description: The Primary purpose of the Esthetics course is to train students in both theory and practical experience to prepare them to
        successfully for immediate employment in the Esthetics field. The course is particularly directed towards developing in the student, desirable habits and attitudes with
        respect to health, sanitation, safety, and encouragement towards self-reliance, readiness to assist others, and an ethical approach to the Cosmetology profession
        Course Goals/ Objectives:
            1.  Students will receive an education in both theory and practical experience and gain knowledge in all phases of Barbering.
            2.  To prepare students to work in a professional barbershop /salon.
            3.  To develop employer/employee relationships and effective communication skills.
        Instructional Methods:
        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
        equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the industry. Each student will receive instruction that relates to the performance of useful,
        creative, and productive career oriented activities. The course is presented through well-developed lesson plans, which reflect current educational methods. Subjects are
        presented by means of lecture, demonstration, and student participation. Audio-visual aids, guest speakers, field trips and other related learning methods are used in the
        course.
        References:
        Students follow Milady's Standard of  Professional Barbering. A comprehensive library of references, periodicals, books, texts, and audio/video tapes are available to support
        the course of study and supplement the students' training.  Students should avail themselves of the opportunity to use these extensive materials.
        Grading Scale
            ✓ Academics
                 75 – 100                       =   Satisfactory    State Of CT. Curriculum / Units of Instruction:
                  0 -74               =   Unsatisfactory / Failing            The total curriculum shall not be less than six hundred (600) hours of instruction.
                                                                 The first one hundred fifty (150) hours must be devoted to instruction in the theoretical
              ✓  Practical / Lab                                 aspects of all content areas.  Practical instruction can be included in this first one hundred
                                                                 fifty (150) hours but supervised practice on a clinic floor cannot.
                   75 – 100                             =   Satisfactory    The remaining four hundred fifty (450) hours are
                   0 -74                                   =   Unsatisfactory /Failing        to be devoted to supervised practice integrated with ongoing theoretical and practical
                                                                 instruction.
                                                                                    ESTHETICS PROGRAM
                                                                                    1. Orientation ……………….. 4 hours
                                                                                    1.    Life Skills
                                                                                    2.    Image
                                                                                    3.    History. Communication
                                                                                    2. General Science …………15
                                              MINIMUM REQUIRED INSTRUCTION HOURS        5. Infection Controll

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