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COSMETOLOGY I

3 Credits

Grades: 11, 12

Off Campus Class (Various Locations)

Prerequisite: None

Cosmetology I is divided into several units of study that include hair shaping, hair styling, draping, shampooing, blow dry styling, manicuring, facials, waving and sanitation. Chemistry and professional ethics will be taught in conjunction with the above units. Laboratory work and classroom instruction help students learn the theory required for licensing. Students must complete 750 hours to continue in the program. Students are required to furnish their own transportation to the training schools, buy uniforms, shoes, cosmetology kit, and pay the required registration and lab fees. A mandatory meeting is required to participate in the program.

 

COSMETOLOGY II

3 Credits

Grade: 12

Off Campus Class (Various Locations)

Prerequisite: Cosmetology I

Students will continue work to obtain the required 1500 hours and meet the state requirements for licensing testing. After completing the second year of cosmetology curriculum and the 1500 required lab hours, students may take the Cosmetology Licensing Exam and become a licensed cosmetologist. Students are required to furnish their own transportation to the training schools, replenish any supplies needed, buy uniforms, shoes, and pay the required lab fees.

 

ESTHETICS

2-1/2 Credits

Grade: 12

Off Campus Class (Various Locations)

Prerequisite: None

The Esthetics curriculum is broken into four components: basic training, scientific concepts, practices and procedures, and business practices. Estheticians are trained in the treatment and care of skin for both health and appearance. They perform a wide variety of tasks on various parts of the body. They give facials, body treatments, pedicures and manicures. They also remove unwanted hair from the body. Areas of study include the history of skin care, personal hygiene and public health, professional ethics, sterilization and sanitation, introduction to analysis and skin care and facial treatments. Students are required to furnish their own transportation to the training schools, buy uniforms, shoes, cosmetology kit, and pay the required registration and lab fees. A mandatory meeting is required to participate in the program.

 
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