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Effingham Academy of Cosmetology Course Syllabus

GENERAL INFORMATION

Classes consist of a combination of lectures and practical labs. Student breaks are at 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM.

Monday, theory only, closed to the public.

Tuesday the Academy floor is open from 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM.

Wednesday - Friday the Academy floor is open from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM.

Saturday the Academy floor is open from 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM.

 

INSTRUCTION MATERIALS

Milady Textbook, Milady Theory Workbook, Milady Practical Workbook, Milady Study Guide, Milady State Exam Review

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Cosmetology, Hairdressing and Manicuring

 

Enrollment plan covers 1500 hours of instruction as required by the state Board of Cosmetology of Illinois, both in theory and practical work. Students are educated in all phases of cosmetology, hairdressing, and manicuring preparing them for the State Board of Cosmetology examination. Class time will be spent learning the Technical Skills and Theory of Hairdressing, Hair-cutting, Permanent Waving, Hair Coloring, Manicuring, Curling Irons and Salon Business. To assist the student to better understand the chemicals they work with, they will study hair structure and hair chemistry. After receiving a Professional Cosmetology License, it will enable them to perform any standard cosmetology service required in a beauty salon. The course is taught in English and also available in bilingual Spanish.

 

CORE BASIC CLASSROOM

The first five weeks (175 hrs) will be spent in the core basic classroom, free from distraction, to learn the basic skills. This class is on a tight schedule so it is important to be here at your scheduled time. You will receive a portion of your kit on the first day of school with all the tools you will need. (The Illinois State Board required all kits stay in the school)

 

CLINICAL APPLICATION

Clinical Application (751-1500 hrs) class time:

Monday, theory only, closed to the public.

Tuesday the Academy floor is open from 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM.

Wednesday - Friday the Academy floor is open from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM.

 

ATTENDANCE

Students are expected to be on time each day of their schedule according to Policy Rule #5.  If you must be absent, you are required to call the school and report your absence.

 

You MUST maintain a minimum of 75% attendance to successfully complete the program.

 

OBJECTIVES

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to demonstrate the following skills:

 

1.     Basic Hair-styling/Roller Set

 

2.     Basic Manicuring/Pedicuring

 

3.     Basic Hair-cutting

 

4.     Basic Perm/Relaxer

 

5.     Basic Hair Coloring/Foil/Application

 

6.     Imagination needed to open creativity for advanced work

 

GRADING

Your grade will be based on the following cumulative grade averages

 

Attendance                    75%

Theory (Tests)               75%

Practical                        75%

Mid Point Exam             80%

State Law Test               75%

Final Exam                     80%

 

A minimum Theory and Practical Grade average of 75% is required to successfully complete the class.  Grading is completed according to the following scale:

 

93-100%             =            A  Excellent

84-92%               =            B  Good

75-83%               =            C  Satisfactory

Below 75%          =            F  Unsatisfactory

 

RESPONSIBILITY

The educator assumes that all students are enrolled in the course to learn.  Learning is the Student’s responsibility.  Directing learning activities is the responsibility of the Educator.  You are expected to attend class regularly, be prompt, and to complete all assignments, projects etc. that are assigned.  Academic honesty required that student do not cheat, or knowingly assist another to do so.  Profanity or disruptive behavior (any action that hinders Educator’s ability to teach or Student’s ability to learn) is unacceptable in the Effingham Academy of Cosmetology or on the Effingham Academy of Cosmetology property.  The student is expected to observe all requirements of the Effingham Academy of Cosmetology “Rules and Regulations” in the student handbook.

 

You will need:

 

Items in Kit as needed

Pen/pencil/highlighter/paper for taking notes and tests

Index cards(preferably on spiral)

3” three ring binder for handouts

 

TEST:

 

End of Core Basic                                 175 hrs

End of Pre-Clinic                                  750 hrs

End of Clinical Application               1250 hrs

Final                                        1425 – 1500 hrs

 

IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO TURN IN YOUR ASSIGNMENTS AND FIND OUT WHAT ONES WERE MISSED.   SEE YOUR EDUCATOR FOR ASSIGNMENTS FROM PREVIOUS DAY MISSED IF YOU ARE ABSENT.

 

You are to be studying, working on assignments, or working on mannequin/clients in order to receive your clock hours for Cosmetology.

 

COSMETOLOGY CURRICULUM:

COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

CIP CODE 12.0401 – Cosmetology, Hairdressing and Manicuring

 

Enrollment plan covers 1500 hours of instruction as required by the State board of Cosmetology of Illinois, both in theory and practical work.  Student are educated in all phases of cosmetology, hairdressing and manicuring, preparing them for the State Board of Cosmetology examination.  Class time will be spent learning Technical Skills/Theory of Hairdressing, Hair-cutting, Permanent Waving, Hair Coloring, Manicuring, Curling Irons and Salon Business.  To assist the student to better understand the chemicals they work with, they will study hair structure and hair chemistry.  After receiving a Professional Cosmetology License, it will enable them to perform any standard cosmetology service required in a beauty salon.   The course is taught in English.

 

INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS

 

Written Material

 

Printed text book information

 

Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Textbook

ISBN-13: 978-1-4390-5930-2

 

Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Theory Workbook

 ISBN-13-978-1-4180-4941-6

 

Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Practical Workbook

ISBN-13:978-1-4180-4942-3

 

Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Study Guide

ISBN-13:978-1-4390-5924-1

 

Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Exam Review

ISBN-13:978-1-4180-4943-0

 

Workbook Assignments

 

Written Tests

 

Lectures

 

Hands on Demonstrations

 

Videos

 

Performs skills on clients, other students, and/or mannequin

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

 

Create an environment in which student successfully develop the needed skillset to complete the State Board Exam and gain eligibility for employment in the field of Cosmetology.

 

Develop verbal communication skills to help them communicate efficiently in order to successfully build a large client base.

 

Build confidence in students, allowing them to become effective decision makers.

 

EQUIPMENT AND TEXTBOOKS

 

Students are issued textbooks, mannequins, and cutlery at the beginning of their training.  The school has all other equipment needed for practice on mannequins on the clinic floor. Additional items from the kit will be issued during specific chapters.  No other equipment is to be brought into the school by the student.  Upon completion of the course, a student will be issued the remainder of their kit consisting of most of the equipment needed to take the state board exam.  It is believed students perform better with quality equipment, and with proper care, the equipment received will serve for many years.

 

The State Board of Cosmetology required that all kits and its contents remain on school premised from the 1st day of class through the last day.  The kit and books are the student’s property and responsibility.

 

Students will be issued a locked and approved padlock.

 

COSMETOLOGY KIT

 

Student kits, mannequins and tools are made by Chi.

 

All professional products used at EAOC are made by Scruples.

 

COSMETOLOGY COURSE OUTLINE

 

Course consists of 1500 hour program

 

Theory

Demonstrations (to be done by guest speakers, educators and videos)

Practical Worksheets (done by students for each chapter)

Mannequins (practical assignment sheets detailing the work to be done)

Practice on each other

Work on clients

 

Textbooks

 

Milady Standard Cosmetology Textbook

Milady Standard Cosmetology Theory Workbook

Milady Standard Cosmetology Practical Workbook

Milady Standard Cosmetology Study Guide

Milady Standard Cosmetology Exam Review

 

Grading

 

Written exams and practical work

Based on theory presented in class in preparation for State Board

Based on practical experience on mannequins

 

Satisfactory Progress

75% cumulative grade average is required on written and practical

75% attendance required

 

Students

Monitored daily in class

Monitored daily on clinic floor

 

Internships available for students for 150 hours

 

Progress Reports

Given 1st of every month

Includes progress in theory

Includes progress in clinic

Includes scheduled and actual hours

Includes approximate over-contract fees

 

Counseling

Individual students will be counseled on an individual basis

Counseling may also be requested from student or faculty members

 

COSMETOLOGY CURRICULUM

 

1.     SHAMPOOING OF ALL KINDS (40 hours)

 

OBJECTIVE: Student will understand and put into practice the basic steps of draping, shampoo procedures, and shampoo, pH and its importance, scalp massage, conditioning, infection control and safety, and brushing techniques.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED: Shampoos, rinses, conditioners, scalp treatments, towels, client cape, neck strip, hairbrush, and all purpose combs.

 

 EXPECTED OUTCOME: To complete procedure within 15 minutes and score 75% minimum on test

 

2.     HAIR COLORING, BLEACHES AND RINSES (130 hours)

 

OBJECTIVE: Student will understand color, being able to identify the client’s existing hair color and knowing how to change the client’s existing hair color by the use of: the color sheet, the law of color, the level system, and by knowing the safety precautions, foil techniques, different types of hair and the different types of products that are available, including different columns of peroxide.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED: Temporary hair color, semi-permanent hair color, permanent hair color, bleaches, peroxides, cape, towels, plastic cap (optional) , gloves, comb, applicator bottle or brush and bowl, color chart, hair color product, conditioner, protective cream, cotton, plastic clips, shampoo, record card, timer.

 

EXPECTED OUTCOME: The use of proper safety precautions, analysis, and proper technique and score 75% minimum on test

 

3.     PERMANENT WAVING AND RELAXING (125 hours)

 

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to list the factors of a hair analysis for chemical service, and explain what takes place to your hair during a permanent wave/replacing procedure.  Successfully demonstrate different wrapping techniques and procedures.  Learn safety precautions.  To be familiar with procedures.  Learn safety precautions.  To be familiar with different products used during a perm/relaxer.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED: Rods, end papers, the selected perm and neutralizer, shampoo, protective cream, cape, neck strip, towels, cotton, plastic clips for sectioning, picks, spray bottle, timer, rat tail comb, applicator bottle, gloves.

 

EXPECTED OUTCOME: Use of safety precautions and proper steps to complete a permanent wave in 2 hours or less and application of relaxer 20 minutes.  Student will score a minimum test score of 75%.

 

4.   HAIR-SETTING, PIN CURLS, FINGER-WAVES, THERMAL CURLING (225 hours)

 

OBJECTIVE: Student will be able to successfully demonstrate the techniques of finger waving, pin curls, roller setting and thermal curling. Identify and apply the different bases to pin curls, roller sets, and when using a curling iron.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED: Towel, cape, shampoo, conditioner, neck strip, styling comb, clippers, gel, various size rollers, and curling iron.

 

EXPECTED OUTCOME:  Use of proper implements when needed to create the desired outcome.  Student will score 75% minimum on test.

 

5.     COMB OUT AND HAIR-STYLING TECHNIQUES (105 hours)

 

OBJECTIVES: Student will be able to comb out hair into styles specified by the patron, by mastering the different techniques in thee specific areas;  backcombing, lifting and rolling the brush, ruffled, locked-in comb outs, and back brushing.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED: Cape, brushes, combs, hairspray (optional), neck strip, pick (optional).

 

EXPECTED OUTCOME: To create specific hairstyles in 30 minutes or less.  Student will score 75% minimum on test.

 

6.     SCALP TREATMENTS AND SCALP DISEASES (30 hours)

 

OBJECTIVES: Students will be able to perform and understand the use of scalp and hair treatments.  Familiarized with disorders of the scalp and hair.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED; Neck strip, cape, brush, scalp conditioner or treatment for specified condition, infrared lamp (optional), shampoo, towel

 

EXPECTED OUTCOME: Perform proper steps for scalp treatment in 30 minutes or less.  Student will score 75% minimum on test.

 

7.     FACIALS, EYEBROWS, AND ARCHES (40 hours)

 

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to describe the 5 main categories of professional skin care products, procedures and movements for giving facials, explain the different types of scalp and skin condition.  List and describe the different types of electrical currents used and the safety precautions.  Identity the various types of massage movement and their physiological effect.  Learn the technique and procedure for the lash and brow tinting and arching.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED: Cleansing products, defoliants treatment and massage creams, moisturizers, masks, towels, facial bed or chair, garbage can, magnifying lamp, makeup and tray, gown, sponges, spatulas, tissues, cotton, clean sheet for covering, tweezers, wax, antiseptic lotion, spatula or wooden applicator, wax heater, fabric strips for hair removal, gloves.

 

EXPECTED OUTCOME: 75% minimum score on exam.  Using proper steps and to give a facial and makeup application in one hour or less.

 

8.     MANICURING, HAND AND ARM MASSAGE, AND TREATMENT OF NAILS (110 hours)

 

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to describe the structure and composition of nails and discuss how nails grow.  List and describe the various disorders and irregularities of nails.  Recognize diseases of the nails that should not be treated in the salon.  Become adept with hand and nail care as well as arm and hand massage.

 

 MATERIALS NEEDED: Finger bowl, files, towels, warm soapy water, cream or lotions, disinfectant, waste container, orangewood stick, cotton, polish, nippers, manicure table, polish remover.

 

 EXPECTED OUTCOME: Proper use of safety and sanitation procedures on plain manicure or hot oil manicure in 40-60 minutes.  Minimum of 75% score on test.

 

9.     COSMETIC CHEMISTRY (25 hours)

 

OBJECTIVE: The student will understand the specific ingredients in the products and what affects they will have on their clients.

 

MATERIAL NEEDED: Product labeling, ingredients are listed in order of their concentration.

 

EXPECTED OUTCOME: Consult with clients to determine their needs and preferences.  Apply appropriate cosmetics to enhance their appearance.  Student will score 75% minimum on test.

 

10.     SALESMANSHIP AND SHOP MANAGEMENT (10 hours)

 

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to interact with the public, possess the skills that are needed in public relations, techniques of selling, and professional service recommendations, and have basic salon management techniques.

 

RELATED MATERIALS: Advertisement, business records and supplies, employment supplications, appointment books, first aide, layout of salon, laws, ethics, insurance.

 

EXPECTED OUTCOME: Participate in a lifelong career with trends, technology, and techniques.  Students will score 75% minimum on test.

 

 

11.     SANITATION AND STERILIZATION (30 hours)

 

 OBJECTIVE: Learn sanitary conditions necessary for cosmetology practice and prevention of infectious/contagious disease.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED: Chemical disinfecting agents; wet and dry sanitizing agents; sanitation, sterilization, and disinfectant rules; safety precautions.

 

EXPECTED OUTCOME: Conducting services in a safe environment and taking measure to prevent the spread of infectious disease.  Student will score 75% minimum on test.

 

 

12.     ANATOMY (20 hours)

 

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to describe cells, their structure, and their reproduction.  Explain the importance of anatomy and physiology to the cosmetology profession.  Define tissues and identify the types of tissues found in the body.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED: Skeletal, muscular, nervous, circulatory, digestive, endocrine, excretory, and respiratory structure, cells tissues, and organ visual aides.

 

EXPECTED OUTCOME: Proper identification of anatomical structures pertinent to Cosmetology. Student will score 75% minimum on test.

 

 

13.     STATE LAW (10 hours)

 

MISCELLANEOUS LECTURES AND TEST (470 hours)

 

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to apply all learned materials into everyday cosmetology.

 

RELATED MATERIALS: Miscellaneous lectures, reviews, tests and cumulative binders are to be kept by each student on each specific area.

 

EXPECTED OUTCOME: Students will be successful through personal motivation with the understanding of the financial aspects of hair styling and the beauty industry.

 

 

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