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1. PA Academy Of Cosmetology - CURRICULUM
classes or clinic to teach theory under the supervision of mock teaching activities for various units of instruction along with practical application of cosmetology practice as
Course Title: Student Teacher Course
Length Of Course: 600 Hours
Text: Milady Master Educator Student Course Book
Teacher Course Description The teaching course consists of teaching methods involving lesson planning, professional conduct, lecture and demonstrations. Students are in the aspect of the Student Teachers program for 300 hours and the practical aspect for 300 hours. Course Goals
  • To prepare students for the teaching profession. To understand methods, procedures and techniques of teaching. To learn the importance of student motivation and learning To effectively use all teaching materials. To develop an appreciation of achieving professional competency.
  • Course Format Students are assigned to specific classes or clinic to teach theory under the supervision of a licensed instructor or for observing the teaching principles depending on student ability to assist instructor in scheduled activities. Students are instructed and tested from Milady's Master Educator Student Course Book. They must perform mock teaching activities for various units of instruction along with practical application of cosmetology practice as applied to teaching. Time is allotted daily for sanitation and homework assignments. Unit Outline A.

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    1025 Amsterdam Road Covington, KY 41011 Page Last Updated: May 13, 2004 Questions about a job listing or applications go to the college or staff listed in the job announcement. Contact the System Office Webmaster if you experience problems in accessing the job pages. Anticipated Faculty Vacancies Program Facilitator Nursing Instructor Associate Director of Library and Informational Services/Associate Professor ANTICIPATED FACULTY VACANCIES Mathematics - Teach 15-17 credit hours each semester to include College Algebra through Calculus level coursework. Biological Sciences Nursing Instructors (2 each level) - Teach fulltime in ADN and/or LPN programs. The successful ADN candidates must possess the MSN degree and the successful LPN candidates must possess a BSN. Both levels require 2 years of related work experience as a registered nurse within the immediate past 5 years and a current license or temporary work permit to practice as a registered nurse in the Commonwealth of Kentucky or must be eligible to obtain license. Developmental Education (Writing) - Teach 15-17 credit hours each semester of writing to students under prepared for college level work. The successful candidate should have experience teaching students with an academic deficiency in writing. Minimum qualifications require a Bachelor's degree in English with a Master's preferred.

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    10. Magnolia School
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    MAGNOLIA SCHOOL P rivately owned and operated, Magnolia School is dedicated to provide premier career education in a caring environment. Building on a 25-year teaching tradition in the beauty industry, the school is upgrading its cosmetology curriculum with the internationally known Pivot-Point and adding quality health care programs.
    Q uality career-focused education programs tightly coupled with extensive hands-on training
    Our education programs are designed to provide students with most up to date knowledge in their fields of study. In addition, most of our programs require extensive hands-on training either through on-site clinic services or through externships. O ur teachers are carefully selected not only for their expertise and experience but also their dedication to and passion for teaching. We constantly strive to develop and retain good teachers. Most of our teachers have been with us more than 5 years. Most teachers are practicing professionals on a part-time basis. All of our teachers are licensed to teach in their fields of expertise. W e aim to provide students with career development activities and classes specific to their field of study. These activities and classes are designed to give the student knowledge of career options, a positive attitude and confidence, and responsible behaviors. Our career development and preparation should help students to focus on the right career options as well as to compete for the top job opportunities upon graduation.

    11. Hairstyle Books: Cosmetology Textbooks
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    12. TURI Community - Schools
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    Partners Year 2: South Shore Vocational High School (Hanover), Dean Technical High School (Holyoke), Joseph P. Keefe Technical School (Framingham), Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
    Partners Year 1: Roger L. Putnam Vocational School, Springfield Education Association, Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
    During this two year project Western MassCOSH worked initially with the Cosmetology Department Roger L. Putnam Vocational School in Springfield to incorporate awareness and toxics use reduction training into the current curriculum for hair and nail care. Teachers and students were trained in identifying chemical hazards, choosing less toxic alternatives, and incorporating pollution prevention practices into daily practices. Building on the 1999-2000 Healthy Hair Campaign TURN project in Boston, this project continued to raise awareness about toxic chemicals in hair dyes, hair relaxers, permanents, hairsprays, bleaches, disinfectants, nail sculpting and manicuring products. End products consisted of a curriculum, reference materials, and a self-inspection checklist.
    The second year of this project focused refining and expanding the training program to three additional schools and train additional Western MassCOSH staff. The goal was to raise awareness among cosmetology teachers and students, vocational safety and health staff, cosmetology professionals, and the Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health's staff of the hazards associated with hair and nail care and to provide tools to reduce those hazards. Western MassCOSH conducted a "train-the-trainer" program at three Vocational Cosmetology Departments. The training materials were presented at four statewide trainings of Health Officers and at the annual Vocational School Conference. They will also be used in the future to raise awareness among the Board of Cosmetology.

    13. PA  Academy Of Cosmetology - CURRICULUM
    scheduled theory classes and supervised clinic floor activities. reference for allfundamental areas of cosmetology. 6. teach the student the proper techniques
    Course Title: Operators Course
    Length Of Course: 1250 Hours
    Operator Course Description The 1250 hour Operator Course is divided into four (4) distinctive units: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior. You will be trained in all aspects of cosmetology, both practical and theory. The course begins with 15 weeks of basic training (450 hours) of classroom instruction in both theory and practical practices of basic techniques and procedures. The remaining 800 hours are spent in advanced workshops, mock state boards, customer relations, scheduled theory classes and supervised clinic floor activities. Course Goals
  • To prepare students for State board licensing. To prepare students for profitable employment.
  • Course Format Freshman Cycle Goals 1. To train students in the proper techniques and procedures of the Scientific Approach to Hair Sculpting.
    2. Principles of hygiene, good grooming, and personality development.
    3. Understanding bacteriology, sanitation, and sterilization.

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    16. S.C. Code Of Laws Title 40 Chapter 13 Cosmetology And Cosmetologists - Www.scsta
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    This statutory database is current through the 2003 Regular Session of the South Carolina General Assembly. Changes to the statutes enacted by the 2004 General Assembly, which will convene in January 2004, will be incorporated as soon as possible. Some changes enacted by the 2004 General Assembly may take immediate effect. The State of South Carolina and the South Carolina Legislative Council make no warranty as to the accuracy of the data, and users rely on the data entirely at their own risk. Title 40 - Professions and Occupations CHAPTER 13. COSMETOLOGY AND COSMETOLOGISTS SECTION Application of chapter; conflict of laws. Unless otherwise provided for in this chapter, Article 1, Chapter 1 applies to cosmetologists, nail technicians, and estheticians regulated or administered, or both, by the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. If there is a conflict between this chapter and Article 1, Chapter 1, the provisions of this chapter control. SECTION State Board of Cosmetology; membership; terms and vacancies; restrictions regarding member duties; advisory committee; members; compensation.

    17. NIC Objectives
    benefits of continuing education for those who teach cosmetology, and Safety associatedwith the practice of cosmetology and related activities, the National
    NIC's position is summarized as follows:
    • NIC opposes the elimination of practical tests and made a joint resolution adopted in 1986 by NIC, NHCA and NACCAS.
    • NIC endorses state self-regulation, state by state, of instructional schools for the practice of cosmetology arts and sciences. NIC believes that the state cosmetology boards that have the authority vested in them to license the practitioner, the establishment for the practice, and the school for instruction, are in the best position to influence and establish curriculum, maintain and expand the scope of practice, and protect the rights and welfare of the general public.
    • NIC recognizes the importance of continuing education for cosmetology teachers and urges the adoption of continuing education requirements for license renewal of cosmetology teachers in every state.
    • NIC supports both written and practical tests as a necessary prerequisite for licensure. Currently NIC has national, newly revised, written, and practical tests.
    • To ensure the protection of the public health and safety associated with the practice of cosmetology and related activities, NIC has taken the following position:
      • Individuals who provide cosmetology-related services should be licensed.

    18. Cosmetology Lake Land College - Mattoon Illinois
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    19. Vernon's Kansas School Of Cosmetology
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    It is hoped that this brochure will answer questions about Vernon's Kansas School of Cosmetology and the exciting opportunities of a cosmetology career. Vernon's Kansas School of Cosmetology, started in 1938, is one of the oldest continuing schools in the state of Kansas and is licensed in the state by the Kansas State Board of Cosmetology, 2708 NW Topeka Blvd., Topeka, KS 66617-1139. It is nationally accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology arts and Sciences, 901 North Stuart Street, Suite 900, Arlington, VA 22203-1816, (which is recognized by the U.S. Dept. of education as the national accrediting agency for cosmetology schools.) Vernon's Kansas School of Cosmetology has also been approved for training of veterans and war orphans, by the U.S. Department of Justice for the training of Foreign students, and is eligible for State and Federal vocational educational programs. Our Goal…
    Is to provide an up-to-date course of instruction that will equip and prepare students for a successful career in the beauty industry. Our aim is to provide each individual student with the proper training needed for them to realize their full potential as a professional cosmetologist including all phases of Cosmetology work.

    20. New Jersey State Board Of Cosmetology & Hairstyling Statutes
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    This act shall be known and may be cited as the "Cosmetology and Hairstyling Act of 1984." 45:5B-2. Legislative findings and declarations The Legislature finds and declares that it is a valid public purpose: a. To establish a single board which shall administer, coordinate and enforce this act and regulations promulgated pursuant to this act relating to the practices of cosmetology, hairstyling, barbering and beauty culture, the premises at which those services are rendered and the schools at which instruction in those practices may be obtained;
    b. To protect those persons of the general public who are direct recipients of the services regulated by this act and registered students receiving instruction at licensed schools of cosmetology and hairstyling from unsafe, fraudulent and deceptive practices, as well as practices which reduce competition;
    c. To maintain and ensure standards of competency and integrity for the occupations of cosmetology and hairstyling; and

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