Cosmetology Course

 
Course Description: Cosmetology is the cosmetic treatment of the skin, hair and nails. The art of cosmetology is the actual performance of the many beauty cultural practices. To derive the utmost benefit from cosmetology; practical performance, demonstration and practice are employed in conjunction with the study of theory.

Course Objective: Upon completion of the cosmetology course the student will be able to:

  • Analyze hair and scalp problems and administer corrective treatments
  • Have a thorough knowledge of the anatomy of hair structure and its chemistry
  • Administer cold/acid waving techniques
  • Administer chemical and physical techniques of hair straightening
  • Care for and style wigs
  • Give a professional shampoo
  • Administer hair coloring
  • Create hair styles through the use of roller placement, thermal waving/curling, finger waves, pin curls and blow curling/waving
  • Administer a facial with make-up and remove superfluous hair
  • give professional manicure, pedicure and nail extensions
  • Operate/open a salon and employ the principles and practices of salon management
  • Employ basic first aid measures
  • Practice good hygiene and good grooming
  • Practice professional ethics and personality development
  • Drape for a cosmetology Service
  • Employ rules of sanitation and sterilization
  • Employ safety precautions
  • Practice and employ the board of Cosmetology rules, regulations, and laws
  • Give a professional hair haling
  • Practice good salesmanship
  • Seek and obtain employment

Manicuring Course

Course Description: Manicuring is the cosmetic treatment of the hands, feet, legs, arms and nails. The purpose of ht cosmetic treatment is to improve the appearance of the hands, legs, arms, feet and nails. The actual performance of the many techniques employed by the manicurist is referred to as the art of Manicuring. Practical performance demonstration and practice are employed in conduction with the study of theory.

Course Objective: Upon completion of the Manicuring course the student will be able to:

  • Analyze nail and foot problems and administer corrective treatments.
  • Recognize nail and skin disorders, irregularities and diseases of the foot and hand.
  • Identify the anatomy and physiology of the arm, hand, foot, leg, and nail structure
  • Select and use correct equipment, implements, materials and cosmetics for a manicure/pedicure.
  • Prepare a manicure/pedicure table for the service
  • Administer the physical techniques of the massage.
  • Perform a plain and oil manicure/pedicure.
  • Perform men’s manicures.
  • Perform nail polish applications.
  • Perform nail wraps, nail repairs, and nail extensions (tips, caps, press-on artificial nails).
  • Perform ail sculpting and fill-ins.
  • Employ basic first aid measures.
  • Practice hygiene and good grooming.
  • Practice professional ethics and personality development
  • Employ rules of sanitation and sterilization.
  • Employ safety precautions.
  • Practice and employ the Board of Cosmetology, rules regulations, and laws.
  • Practice good salesmanship.
  • Seek and obtain employment.

Esthetics Course

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Instructor Training Course

Course Description: The instructor Course in presented as the art and practice of teaching to help the individual identify resources and to stimulate through process by which teaching can be make effective and stimulating. Instruction in public speaking, auto visual aids, Board of Cosmetology Rules and Regulations, teaching methods, lesson planning and testing/grading is emphasized.

Course Objective: The instructor will learn to:

  • Teach the practical and theory of cosmetology
  • Analyze how people learn
  • Develop lesson Plans and training procedures
  • Use visual aids appropriately
  • Develop tests, measure student’s learning
  • Acquire speaking techniques
  • Motivate students
  • Manage classroom/laboratory
  • Teach Board of Cosmetology Laws, Rules and Regulations
  • Keep accurate records of students
  • Teach Sanitation, Sterilization and Safety Precautions of the industry