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									Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa
       11309 Countryway Boulevard
                Suite B
             Tampa, FL 33626

                (813) 749-1815
             (813) 749-1900 (FAX)

         infobeautyhealth@aol.com

                 CATALOG
                  Volume 2, Issue 1
                   February 2009




    A Private, For-Profit, Post-Secondary Vocational
    School, Providing Educational Training in Beauty
                       and Health
                                                       02/09
Table of Contents
   HISTORY _______________________________________________________ 3
   LICENSED BY ___________________________________________________ 3
   CORPORATE/OWNERSHIP INFORMATION ___________________________ 3
   BOARD OF DIRECTORS ___________________________________________ 3
   DISCLOSURE STATEMENT ________________________________________ 3
   MISSION/PURPOSE STATEMENT ___________________________________ 4
   PROGRAM(S) OFFERED ___________________________________________ 4
   PROGRAM IDENTIFICATION PREFIXES ______________________________ 4
   FLORIDA COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM ____________________________ 4
   PHILOSOPHY ____________________________________________________ 5
   FACILITY _______________________________________________________ 5
   LIBRARY ________________________________________________________ 5
   EQUIPMENT _____________________________________________________ 5
   ADMISSION POLICIES_____________________________________________ 6
   ACADEMIC POLICIES _____________________________________________ 8
   ATTENDANCE POLICIES __________________________________________ 8
   CLASS SCHEDULE/CALENDAR ____________________________________ 11
   OBSERVED HOLIDAYS ___________________________________________ 12
   CLASS SCHEDULE ______________________________________________ 12
   UNIT OF CREDIT/CLOCK HOURS __________________________________ 12
   CLASS SIZE ____________________________________________________ 12
   STUDENT SERVICES AND POLICIES _______________________________ 13
   GENERAL INFORMATION _________________________________________ 15
   Grievance/ Complaint Policy ________________________________________ 19
   CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY ________________________________ 21
   FEES AND CHARGES ____________________________________________ 22
   FINANCIAL AID _________________________________________________ 22
   BEAUTY AND HEALTH INSTITUTE PROGRAMS _______________________ 23
   COURSE DESCRIPTIONS _________________________________________ 32
   COURSE DESCRIPTIONS _________________________________________ 36
   COURSE DESCRIPTIONS _________________________________________ 38
   DISCLOSURES FOR ALL STUDENTS _______________________________ 42
   BOARD OF DIRECTORS __________________________________________ 43
   January 2009 — January 2010 ______________________________________ 46




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HISTORY

Ms. Rita Moroz Kruse established Electrolysis Institute of Tampa as a postsecondary
school in 2006 in order to provide education and employment skills to persons who
wish to work in the Electrolysis profession.

In 2009, the school name was changed to Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa and
two new programs were added.

Ms. Moroz Kruse, the Owner and Director, is a Florida Licensed Electrologist, a
Certified Medical Electrologist, a Certified Clinical Electrologist, and is the president of
a successful laser and electrolysis hair removal business, Tampa Laser Touch, since
2004.

LICENSED BY

Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa is licensed by:

Commission for Independent Education Florida Department of Education
325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400
(850) 245-3200 Main Line
(888) 224-6684 Toll Free


CORPORATE/OWNERSHIP INFORMATION

Electrolysis Institute of Tampa, Inc. d/b/a Beauty and Health Institute, Inc. (the
corporation) owns the school, "Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa". Ms. Rita
Moroz Kruse controls 100% of the stock for the corporation.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Rita Moroz Kruse — CEO/Director and Board Chair
Donald Kruse
Dora Gershanik
Tali Arviv
Sunny Moroz
Robert Miles, M.D.

DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa is a privately owned post-secondary vocational
school, which does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, age,
disability, or national origin.



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MISSION/PURPOSE STATEMENT

Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa provides training to individuals who wish to
seek employment in the fields of Beauty, Health, and Electrolysis.

Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa strives to provide training that will assist a
student to achieve their fullest potential in their chosen field of employment. The
school offers training that will help each student attain job security and financial
security. The training is also designed to improve the personal life of the student by
instilling poise, and confidence in themselves, and their work.

The role of the school is to provide the training necessary to meet the standards set
forth in the Rules and Statutes of the Florida Department of Business and
Professional Regulation, Division of Professions, Board of Cosmetology; the Florida
Department of Health, Medical Quality Assurance, Board of Massage; and the
requirements set forth in the Curriculum Frameworks and Program Standards of the
Florida Department of Education. The role of the school is to provide the training
necessary to pass the Florida Department of Health, Florida Electrolysis Council's
License Exam.

PROGRAM(S) OFFERED
Electrolysis                                             320 Clock Hours
Facials/Skin Care Specialist                             260 Clock Hours
Massage Therapy                                          720 Clock Hours


PROGRAM IDENTIFICATION PREFIXES

Each Program is identified by an "Alpha Prefix" and the "Courses" within
that "Program" are identified by the same prefix. The Prefix and Numbers
used by the School are not meant to imply that the Program/Courses are a
part of the Florida Course Numbering System.


Electrolysis                                                           EL
Facials/Skin Care Specialist                                           FAC
Massage Therapy                                                        MAT

FLORIDA COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM
The School does not participate in the Florida Course Numbering
System. The Alpha Prefixes and Course Identification Numbers used by the
School are not meant to indicate that the Programs/Courses offered by the School
are transferable within the Florida Course Numbering System. For more
information about the Florida Course Numbering System, see the School's Policy
Manual.


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PHILOSOPHY

Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa believes that any person who is willing to
apply themselves can achieve great things. It is the belief of the school that a
willingness to learn new techniques, and to work hard, can mean success in any
field. Class work is provided by the school in a format that leads the student to
success in the classroom, and in employment.

FACILITY

Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa is located in Suite B of the Westchase Suites
Office Complex, in Tampa, Florida. The School occupies approximately 1,832 square
feet of training space within the Office Complex. The school has a foyer
reception/waiting area, a student lunch/break room, two restrooms, an administrative
office, four classroom/lab/ practice treatment rooms, and a library. The
classroom/lab/practice treatment areas are equipped with all the training materials
needed to familiarize the student with working in a Facial, Massage or Electrolysis
establishment.

LIBRARY

The school's library is located in Room 118 next to the main lecture room. The library
contains instructional videos, journals related to beauty, health, and electrolysis
occupations, beauty and health text and technical manuals, reference books,
magazines, and beauty and health related audio tapes. Students may use the library
and its materials while on campus. The library is an important part of the required
curriculum.

A current, unabridged dictionary, and thesaurus, is maintained in the library.

EQUIPMENT

In the programs offered by the school, the student will be using equipment specific to
the program being offered. A complete list of the equipment for each program is
contained in the Catalog Addendum.




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ADMISSION POLICIES
1. Admission Requirements:

   • All students requesting admission to Electrolysis must be at least 18 years old,
     have a High School Diploma, or GED.
   • Students requesting admission to the Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa,
     and enrolling in the Facials/Skin Care Specialist Program must be at least 16
     years old, have a High School Diploma, or GED.
   • Students requesting admission to the Massage Therapy Program must be at
     least 18 years old, have a High School Diploma, GED, or a College Diploma.

2. Physical Requirements:

     Students (persons entering any program offered by the School) should have
     good manual dexterity (full use of the hands and fingers) to be successful in the
     programs offered by Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa.
3. Communication Requirements:

   • Good communications skills are necessary in dealing with a client, or in
      recording a client's progress.
   • All students entering the Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa must show that
      they are competent (adequate for the purpose) in English. Each new student
      must have a personal interview with the Director (or designated Admissions
      Officer) before being accepted in a program offered by the school.
   • The prospective student must demonstrate to the Director (or the designated
      official) that they have the manual dexterity, and communications skills
      (competency in English) to be able to complete the program, and to be ready
      for employment.
   • In order to determine that the student is competent (adequate for the purpose)
      in English, the Director, or designated official, may request that the student
      respond in English, both verbally and in writing, to program related questions.
      Students that appear to have a problem in reading, speaking, and writing
      English will be asked to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language
      (TOEFL) Test. The school requires the internet version of the TOEFL known as
      the TOEFL iBT Test. The student must pass the test with a minimum total
      score of 310.
4. Financial Requirement:

      Each student must complete a signed Enrollment Agreement and pay all base
      fees prior to being accepted into a program of training.




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Prior to enrolling and being accepted in a program, the prospective student will
receive a copy of the School Catalog. After enrollment, a copy of the Enrollment
Agreement and School Policy Manual will be given to the student.

A record (Admissions Interview Form) of the interview with the Director (or
designated official), and the acceptance, or denial of the student, will be maintained
in the student's file.
Denial of Admissions

  1. The school reserves the right to deny admission if the one or more of the
     Admission Requirements or one or more of the items listed under "Disclosures
     For All Students", listed in this Catalog, are not met by the prospective
     student.
  2. If an applicant is denied admission to the school, the school will fully
     inform the applicant of the nature of the denial.
  3. If an applicant is denied admission to the school, an appeal of the denial may
     be made to the Director. The Director will make the final judgment as to the
     denial based on the school's written (and published) policies.
  4. Exceptions to the denial procedure are available, but the school's Director
     may recommend that the denied applicant enroll in a program where there
     will be better employment opportunities based on the student's abilities.
  5. The school will not enroll persons of compulsory school age or persons
     attending a secondary school (public, or private).
  6. The school will maintain a record of the denial of an application of a student for
     at least 12 months (1 year).




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ACADEMIC POLICIES
Grading System
    A                     100 to 90             Excellent
    B                     89 to 80              Very Good
    C                     79 to 75              Good/Acceptable
    D                     74 to 70              Poor/Passing, On Probation
    F                     69 or Below           Failing
    I                     Incomplete            F if not made up

A student is permitted to take any failed exam over once with the second grade
substituting for the first, even if the last grade is lower. The grade of "I" will convert to
an "F", if not made-up within sixty days. Failure to take appropriate action to
change a grade of "I" can affect a student's Satisfactory Progress when the
grade is converted to an "F".

Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress

A student must maintain an overall grade average of 75% (a "C" average). The
student must also meet the satisfactory standards of attendance and conduct which
are listed in this Catalog.

The school reserves the right to terminate any student who does not meet the
Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress.

Students who are terminated (as defined in the Catalog) for:

   •    Not maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress and/or,
   •    Excessive Absenteeism and/or,
   •    Unprofessional Conduct

will not receive a refund of tuition monies paid.


ATTENDANCE POLICIES
Absenteeism

   •    Students may only be absent a maximum of two (2) days during the entire
        320 Clock Hour Program, unless special arrangements have been made
        with the Director.




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   •   Students enrolled in the Facials/Skin Care Specialist Program can only be
       absent a maximum of two (2) days during the entire 260 Clock Hour Program,
       unless special arrangements have been made with the Director.

   •   Students enrolled in the Massage Therapy Program can only be absent a
       maximum of four (4) days during the entire 720 Clock Hour Program, unless
       special arrangements have been made with the Director.
Make-Up Work
   •   Students must make arrangements with the instructor in order to make-up any
       curriculum missed while out of class since 100% of the clock hours must be
       completed in order to graduate.

   •   If the school is closed due to an event that is beyond the control of the owners
       such as a hurricane, tornado, power outage, opportunities for making up the
       time lost will be provided.
Excessive Tardiness/Unsatisfactory Grades
A conference with the Director will be required of all students that show excessive
tardiness, poor attitude, unsatisfactory grades, or any other item that the Director feels
is detrimental to the student's progress, the safety of the other students, or the
reputation of the school.

Academic Probation
   •   A student who does not maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress will be placed
       on probation for two weeks (fourteen days).
   •   If after the Probationary Period has passed, the student has met all the school's
       requirements (as determined by the Director) the student's records will show
       that the Academic Probation has been removed.
   •   If after the Probationary Period of fourteen days has passed, the student has
       not met all the school's requirements (as determined by the Director), the
       student will be dismissed.
   •   Students who are dismissed for not maintaining Satisfactory Academic
       Progress will not receive a refund of tuition monies paid.
Re-Entry after being Dismissed Due to Academic Probation
   •   A student who has been dismissed as a result of Unsatisfactory Academic
       Progress may re-enter a program and complete the training by requesting
       permission from the school director to re-enter the school.
   •   To re-enter a program, the student who has been placed on Academic
       Probation, must contact the Director within ninety (90) days after being
       dismissed for Unsatisfactory Academic Progress.
   •   The Director will determine if the student qualifies to re-enter the program and
       what (if any) will be the financial charge(s) to re-enter the program.




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   •   Students re-entering a program will continue on Academic Probation and will
       have two weeks (fourteen days) after returning to class to maintain a grade
       average of 75% (a "C" average).
Transfer of Credit
The School is not accredited and is not a participant of the Florida Course Numbering
System.


Transferring Credit to Another Institution

   •   Decisions concerning the acceptance of credits by any institution other than the
       granting institution are made at the discretion of the receiving institution. It is the
       Student's responsibility to confirm whether or not credit will be accepted by
       another institution of the Student's choice.

   •   Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa does not infer, in any way, that credits
       earned at the school will transfer to any other institution.
Credit for Previous Education or Training (Transferring Credit
to Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa)

The Program(s) offered by the Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa meets specific
requirements and clock hours based on Florida Department of Education Curriculum
Frameworks and Program Standards. The curriculum for each program is specific to
that program, and therefore, no transfer of credit can be accepted for prior
education or training.




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CLASS SCHEDULE/CALENDAR
Hours of Operations
The school is open Monday through Saturday

Office Hours                 Monday – Saturday              9 am to 8 pm
Day Classes                  Monday – Saturday              9 am to 8 pm
Evening Classes              Monday – Friday                9 am to 2:30 pm
Saturday Classes                                            10:30 am to 4:30 pm

The classes (courses) within the training program are scheduled to meet the student's
needs.

Electrolysis Program – 320 Clock Hours

      Day Students – Five (5) classes each week for four (4) clock hours per class =
      Twenty (20) clock hours per week for sixteen (16) weeks or four (4) months.

      Evening Students – Five (5) classes each week for two (2) clock hours per
      class = Ten (10) clock hours per week for thirty-two (32) weeks or eight (8)
      months.

      By special arrangement with the Director, the day student or the evening
      student may request to take up to four (4) additional clock hours of training on a
      Saturday. Thus, reducing the number of weeks needed to complete the 320
      Clock Hour Electrolysis Program.

Facials/Skin Care Specialist Program – 260 Clock Hours

      Students enrolled in the Facials/Skin Care Specialist Program will attend five (5)
      classes each week for four (4) clock hours per class or twenty (20) clock hours
      per week.

      Day students should complete the Facials/Skin Care Specialist Program in
      three (3) months or thirteen (13) weeks.

Massage Therapy Program – 720 Clock Hours

      Florida Board of Massage Rule 64B7-32.003(1)(b) requires that a student
      enrolled in a Massage Therapy Program attend no more than six (6) classroom
      clock hours per day and no more than thirty (30) classroom clock hours per
      calendar week.

      Day students should complete the Massage Therapy Program in six (6) months
      or twenty-four (24) weeks.



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    Evening students: If evening classes are necessary to meet the student's
    needs, the following Program Clock Hours will affect the Program's
    Completion time:

    The evening student will attend five (5) classes each week for two (2) clock
    hours per class or ten (10) clock hours per week.

    Saturday Classes: By special arrangement with the Director, the day student or
    the evening student may request to take up to four (4) additional clock hours of
    training on a Saturday; thus, reducing the number of weeks needed for a
    student to complete a Program.

OBSERVED HOLIDAYS

    New Years Day; Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; President's Day; Memorial Day;
    Independence Day; Labor Day; Thanksgiving Day, day following Thanksgiving;
    Christmas Day; and any legal holiday announced by the Director.

CLASS SCHEDULE

     Open enrollment for all programs will begin each Monday.

     Times for all classes will be arranged to meet the needs of the student.

UNIT OF CREDIT/CLOCK HOURS

     The school offers all programs on a Clock Hour basis. One Clock Hour is
     50 minutes in the presence of an instructor.

CLASS SIZE

     The average class size is five (5) students to one (1) instructor with
     one student assigned to a work station.




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STUDENT SERVICES AND POLICIES
Advisement

     Academic Advising:
     The school will provide Academic Advisement to any student requesting
     the service. Any student that has a grade average of less than 75% (a "C"
     average) will automatically receive Academic Advisement.

     Financial Advising:
     The school does not offer financial aid, but students having problems in
     paying for their program will receive advisement from the Director or designated
     staff member.

     Personal Advising:
     The Director, Instructors, and certain designated members of the Support
     Staff will advise students having problems with the curriculum, school
     regulations, or basic problems with other students or staff.

     If the student's problem appears to be of a serious nature, the student will be
     referred to a professional counseling service in the community.

     Placement Advising:
     The school will provide placement information to each student that requests the
     service. The school will assist with employment opportunities; however, the
     school does not guarantee employment. The school will assist the student in
     obtaining employment contacts within the community.
Housing
     Housing is available near the school. Should housing be needed, the school
     will assist students in locating agencies within the community that will assist
     in meeting the student's housing needs.

Student Records/Transcripts
     •    Student records are retained permanently at the school site in a fireproof
          cabinet or in a digital format off campus, and are available to students
          upon written request. Student records will be provided to potential
          employers only after a written release has been submitted by the student.
     •    Computer records are backed up weekly, and stored off campus.
     •    Two (2) Transcripts are provided free of charge at graduation. Additional
          copies of a transcript are available for a cost of $5 each.




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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
      The school complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of
      1974, Buckley Amendment, Public Law 93-380, Section 438. All student
      records are confidential.

Transportation
      Public transportation is available to and from the school site.

Child Care
      The school does not offer child care, but does maintain a listing of child
      care facilities near the school's site.

Financial Assistance
      The school does not offer a financial aid program.

Student Conduct
      Unprofessional conduct which might discredit the school will be subject to
      termination of the student. The school reserves the right to terminate a student
      for one or more of the following:

      •   Non-compliance, or failure, to abide by school rules
      •   Unbecoming conduct
      •   Use of drugs, alcohol, or narcotics of any kind
      •   Excessive absences or tardiness
      •   Failure to pay school fees
      •   Cheating, stealing
      •   Bringing a fire arm to school
      •   Sexual Harassment to another student, or to school personnel
      •   Harassment of any kind (Intimidation/Discrimination)
      •   Use of abusive language, or profanity
      •   Willful destruction of school property, or another student's property
      •   Smoking inside the school site
      •   Use of Telephone(s) unless approved by the Director

      Students who are terminated for Unprofessional Conduct (as defined in
      this Catalog) will not receive a refund of tuition monies paid.




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Student Responsibilities
      •     No changes to the original signed Enrollment Agreement may be made
            unless the changes are approved by the Director and the Student. Any
            changes must be in writing and signed by all parties.
      •     Students are responsible for the care of the school's equipment and the
            personal property of other students.
      •     Students are responsible to professionally represent the Beauty and
            Health Institute of Tampa

Dress Code
      •     Students will be expected to abide by all school, county, and State of
            Florida rules pertaining to hygiene and sanitation.
      •     Students will be presentable and well-groomed at all times.
      •     No logo, or writing, other than the School Logo will be permitted on
            apparel.
      •     Shorts may only be worn for Lab (on School site) Training as approved by
            the Director, or by the Instructor.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Catalog
          A school catalog will be available to prospective students one week
          prior to enrollment. Students not receiving a catalog prior to acceptance
          into a program will be given a copy upon enrolling in the program.
Syllabi
          On the first day of class, each new student (all programs are based on open
          enrollment beginning each Monday) will receive a copy of the program
          syllabi and a program outline for the program in which enrolled.
Diploma Awarded
      Upon the completion of the program, the graduating student will receive a
      Diploma.
Attendance
      •     Daily attendance is required.
      •     A daily report is kept on a student's attendance.
      •     Excessive tardiness (two days in a row) and excessive absenteeism
            (more than two (2) days for Facials/Skin Care Specialist and Electrolysis,
            and four (4) days for Massage Therapy) may result in the student being
            placed on Academic Probation.
      •     The Director will determine the manner in which the time missed will be
            made up.




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     •   In order to graduate from a program the student must complete the entire
         number of hours of instruction listed in this Catalog – 100 percent -- and
         on the signed Enrollment Agreement.
     •   If the Director determines that excessive tardiness and/or absenteeism
         will not allow the student to graduate in the time specified in the
         Enrollment Agreement, the school will charge $10 per clock hour for the
         additional period of time needed to complete the clock hours which will
         allow the student to graduate.
Tardiness
     •   Being 15 minutes late to class, or leaving the class before the scheduled
         class time has been completed, will result in the student being reported as
         "Tardy".
     •   Excessive Tardiness (two Tardy Reports in a row) can result in the student
         being placed on Academic Probation.
     •   If a student receives three (3) Tardy Reports in one week the Director will
         request that the student explain the tardiness. The student will be warned
         that further excessive tardiness may result in dismissal.
     •   Placing the Student on Academic Probation or Dismissing the Student will
         be at the discretion of the Director.
     •   Students who are dismissed for Excessive Tardiness or Excessive
         Absenteeism (as defined in this Catalog) will not receive a refund of tuition
         monies paid.
Leave of Absence
     •   The student may request a Leave of Absence in writing to the Director
     •   The LOA will be for a specific period of time not to exceed one year.
Make-Up Work
     •   Make-up work is required for any absence.
     •   "Make-up work" is defined as instruction outside the regular class period.
         The Director will determine when and how make-up work is to be
         completed.
     •   To meet the additional faculty time required to make up the missed hours
         of training for students with excessive tardiness and/or absenteeism, the
         Director may determine that an extra fee of $10 per clock hour be charged
         to the student. This extra fee is to cover the cost incurred by the school to
         complete the extra hours of training needed to make up the time lost by
         the excessive tardiness or absenteeism.
Probation: Excessive Absenteeism
     •   A student who does not adhere to the attendance policy related to
         Excessive Absenteeism (two days missed) may be placed on probation for
         one week (seven days). Probation will be at the discretion of the Director.




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      •   If after the probation period has passed and the student has met all of
          school's requirements (as determined by the Director) the student will be
          allowed to continue the training.
      •   If after the probation period has passed and the student has not met all of
          the school's requirements, the student will be dismissed.
      •   Students who are dismissed for Excessive Absenteeism (as defined
          in the Catalog) will not receive a refund of tuition monies paid.
Re-Entry: Excessive Tardiness and/or Excessive Absenteeism
      •   A student who has been dismissed due to Excessive Tardiness and/or
          Excessive Absenteeism may re-enter the program and complete the
          training by contacting the Director. The student must request re-entry to a
          program within 90 days of being dismissed.
      •   The Director, based on the Standards listed in this Catalog will determine
          if the student qualifies to re-enter the program and what (if any) will be the
          financial charge(s) to re-enter the program.
Re-Entry: Leave of Absence
      •   Students on a Leave of Absence may return to a program at any time
          within a twelve (12) month period without incurring a financial charge for re-
          entering the program.
Appeal Procedure for Unsatisfactory Progress
      •   "Unsatisfactory Progress" is defined as a student who maintains an
          overall grade average of less than 75% (a "C" average) and/or does not
          meet the Standards of Attendance and/or Conduct, which are listed in this
          Catalog.
      •   A student may appeal a determination of Unsatisfactory Progress by
          submitting to the Director, in writing, an explanation of how the student
          plans to remediate any deficiency in order to return to a designation of
          "Satisfactory Progress".
How to Re-Establish Satisfactory Progress
      •   To be returned to the Satisfactory Progress Status, the student must meet
          all of the requirements set forth by the school that are identified in this
          Catalog as "Satisfactory Progress".

      •   A student must maintain an overall grade average of 75% (a "C" average)
          and must meet all the Standards for Attendance and Conduct to qualify as
          meeting "Satisfactory Academic Progress".
Withdrawals
      •   Students who withdraw with passing grades will be considered as
          "Withdrawing in Satisfactory Progress". These students shall have up to one
          year (12 months) from the date of withdrawal to request a re-entry to the
          program of study.


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      •   Students who withdraw with failing grades and wishes to return to the
          school will be placed on a Re-Entry Probationary Period for one month
          (30 days), at which time the student must be listed by the faculty, as
          meeting the requirements for "Satisfactory Progress", or the student will be
          dismissed.
Dismissal
      •   A student placed on Probation who fails to meet the Standards and
          Requirements set forth by the Director and agreed to by the student will be
          dismissed.
      •   Students who are terminated for Academic, Attendance, or Conduct
          reasons (as defined in this Catalog) will not receive a refund of tuition
          monies paid.
Grounds for Dismissal
      •   Insufficient progress in:
          1. Academic matters
          2. Attendance
          3. Failure to pay tuition fees
          4. Failure to adhere to the Student Conduct Policy
      •   Students who are terminated for failure to pay tuition fees (as defined
          in this Catalog) will not receive a refund of tuition monies paid.
Suspension
      •   A student may be suspended for up to 30 days (as determined by the
          Director) for:
          1. Non-payment of fees.
          2. Failure to comply with the School's Rules as stated in the Catalog and
             Policy Manual.
Program Changes Made by the Institution
      •   If the school should Change the Curriculum of a Program/Course and
          this is not acceptable to the student, or should the school Cancel a
          Program while a student has a signed Enrollment Agreement with the
          school for that program, then the school will either:
          1. Complete the training of the student, at no additional cost to the student,
               or
          2. Refund all monies paid by the student.
      •   Any of the items listed above (items 1-2), that are designed to meet the
          needs of a student should the school "Change the Curriculum", or "Cancel a
          Program"; must be accepted by the student before either the training, or the
          refund, can take place.
School's Liability
      •   The school is not responsible for any negligence, or carelessness by any
          student practicing any part of the school's program on the school site, in
          the clinic/lab site, or externship site.


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Drug Free Institution/Workplace
       •   The school has a zero tolerance for drugs or alcohol. No student, or
           employee, may be on the school site under the influence of any illegal
           substance.
       •   Anyone on the school site, under the influence of an illegal substance will be
           removed, and dismissed at once.
       •   Students who are terminated for violation of the School's Drug Free Rule (as
           defined in this Catalog) will receive no refund of tuition monies paid.
A Smoke Free Institution/Workplace
       •   Smoking will not be tolerated while inside the school.
Sexual Harassment/Hazing
       •   The school will not tolerate harassment or hazing in any fashion.
       •   Harassment includes unwelcome sexual advances, offensive comments,
           gestures, or physical contact of a sexual nature between students or staff.
       •   Harassment as to age, race, color, religion, national origin, or disability, will
           not be tolerated, and will lead to dismissal.
       •   Hazing in any form will not be tolerated and will lead to dismissal.
       •   Anyone believing they have suffered harassment or hazing, should
           report the offense to their Instructor, Supervisor, and/or the Director.
       •   Students who are terminated for Harassment or Hazing (as defined in this
           Catalog) will receive no refund of tuition monies paid.
Graduation Requirements
       To be eligible for graduation the student must have:
        1. Completed all the clock hours required by the Program.
        2. Met all the Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress.
        3. Paid all fees.

Grievance/ Complaint Policy
   •   Should a Student have a grievance or complaint concerning any aspect of the
       operation of the School, the Student first should contact the faculty member or
       staff to whom the grievance or complaint is directed.
   •   If a satisfactory solution is not reached with the faculty or staff member, the
       student may submit the grievance or complaint, in writing, to the Program
       Coordinator, describing in detail the grievance or complaint.
   •   If a solution satisfactory to the Student cannot be found, the Student may
       request a review of the problem by the School's Director. The Student must
       contact the School's Director, in writing, within ten (10) days of receiving a
       decision from the Program Coordinator.
   •   If the Director of the school is unable to resolve the disagreement, then the
       grievance should be addressed, in writing, to the Licensing Board. Any
       grievance statement sent to the Licensing Board should be addressed to:




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Executive Director
Commission for Independent Education
325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400
(888) 224-6684 (Toll Free)
(850) 245-3200




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CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY
Should a student be terminated or cancel for any reason, all refunds will be made
according to the following refund schedule:

    1.    Cancellation must be made in person, or by certified mail.
    2.    All monies paid will be refunded if the school does not accept the applicant.
    3.    All monies paid by the student as an initial payment will be refunded if the
          student cancels within three (3) working days after signing the Enrollment
          Agreement.
    4.    Cancellation after the third (3) working day but before the first day of class,
          will result in a refund of all monies paid with the exception of the Registration
          Fee, the fee for Books and Materials, and the fee for Additional Supplies.
          After the third working day, the textbooks, kits, materials, and school
          supplies are the property of the student, and cannot be returned as part of
          the refund.
    5.    Cancellation after attendance has begun but prior to 40% completion of the
          program will result in a Pro Rata Refund computed on the number of clock
          hours completed to the total program clock hours.
    6.    Cancellation after completing 40% of the total program clock hours will
          result in no refund.
    7.    Start Date: The Student must begin class on the Specified Start Date listed
          in the Enrollment Agreement unless prior approval has been given by the
          Director, in writing, and a new Start Date has been designated. Cancellation
          after the Specified Start Date will result in a refund based on Item #4, and
          Item # 11 of the School's Cancellation & Refund Policy.
    8.    Termination Date: The Termination Date for refund computation purposes is
          the last date of actual attendance by the student, unless earlier written
          notice is received.
    9.    Refunds will be made within 30 days of termination or receipt of the
          Cancellation Notice.
   10.    A student may be dismissed, at the discretion of the Director, for insufficient
          progress, non-payment of fees, or failure to comply with school rules.
          Students who are dismissed for not maintaining Satisfactory Academic
          Progress and/or Excessive Absenteeism and/or Non-Payment of Fees
          and/or Unprofessional Conduct will not receive a refund of tuition monies
          paid.

PLEASE NOTE: The student must verify their acceptance of the School's Cancellation
and Refund Policy, by initialing Statement #8 on 4 of 5 of the Enrollment Agreement
before the Enrollment Agreement can be considered complete and final.




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FEES AND CHARGES
Electrolysis Program Cost
       Tuition                                                     $4,700
       Registration Fee                                              150
       Books And Materials                                           150
       Total Program Price                                         $5,000
       Tutorial For The State Electrolysis Exam:                   No
       Ten (10) Clock Hours Of Tutorial Training (If Needed)       Cost

Facials/Skin Care Specialist Program Cost
       Tuition                                                $1,500
       Registration Fee                                         150
       Books And Materials (Text, Charts, Certification Prep)   300
       Additional Texts, CD-ROM, Supplies                       250
       Total Program Price                                    $2,200
Massage Therapy Program Cost
       Tuition                                                $8,000
       Registration Fee                                         150
       Books And Materials (Text, Charts, Certification Prep)   200
       Additional Texts, CD-ROM, Supplies                       300
       Total Program Price                                    $8,650



FINANCIAL AID
Title IV Financial Aid is not currently available from the Beauty and Health Institute


Methods of Payment:

     1. Full payment at the signing of the Enrollment Agreement, or

     2. Payment of the Registration Fee at the signing of the Enrollment Agreement
        with the balance to be paid prior to the Start Date, or
     3. Payment of the Registration Fee with a set amount of the balance
        paid on a Weekly/Monthly basis.




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                BEAUTY AND HEALTH INSTITUTE PROGRAMS

Electrolysis ---- 320 Clock Hours ---- Diploma Program


Entrance Requirements:
•   Student must be 18 years old, have a High School Diploma, or a GED.
•   Personal Interview with the Director, or appointed representative.
•   Student must have the manual dexterity, and physical strength to perform all
    activities required during the training cycle, and on the job.
•   Students whose native language (first language) is not English must demonstrate
    to the Director or designated staff that the student is competent (adequate for the
    purpose) in English. Students who appear to have a problem in reading, speaking,
    and/or writing English will be asked to take the Test of English as a Foreign
    Language (TOEFL). The Institute requires the TOEFL Internet-Based Test
    (TOELF iBT) with a minimum total score of 310.
Program Objectives:
•   The Program Objective is to prepare a student to meet the educational
    requirements set forth by the Florida Department of Health, Electrolysis Council
    Rule, Chapter 64B8-53, FAC.
•   Upon successful completion of this program, the student is prepared to sit for the
    Florida Department of Health, Electrolysis Council's Licensing Exam, and after
    passing the exam, for employment as a Licensed Electrologist.
Program Description:
The program follows the curriculum concepts listed in the Florida Department of
Health, Electrolysis Council Rule, Chapter 64B8-53.

The program includes hair removal skills in a simulated laboratory setting under the
supervision of a qualified Florida Licensed Electrolysis Instructor. Clinical and
simulated laboratory learning is correlated with didactic instruction. 120 clock hours of
instruction will be in Theory (Didactic Instruction) and 200 clock hours will be in a
Clinical Application setting.

The curriculum includes: legal and ethical responsibilities; verbal and written
communications; principles of office management; client physical comfort; sanitation
and safety functions; principles of electrolysis techniques; principles of infection
control; HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis; systems of the body; biology of hair growth;
understanding and following the client's plan of care; principles of client assessment;
and a review for the State License Exam. Training will be limited (by Council Rule) to
only universally accepted procedures of Electrolysis.

Program Total Cost: $5,000


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Electrolysis Program Breakdown by Course:
The Program Breakdown by course listed below meets the Standards set forth in Rule
64B8-53.002, F.A.C., Curriculum Standards for Electrolysis Training Programs.


Theory/Didactic Courses

     Course Number                         Name                   Clock Hours
     EL 101             Introduction to Electrolysis                  15
     EL 102             Use of Electricity In Hair Removal             5
     EL 103             The Integumentary System                      10
     EL 104             The Circulatory & Nervous System              10
     EL 105             The Endocrine System & Diseases               10
     EL 106             The Biology of Hair Growth                    10
     EL 107             Skin Assessment                                10
     EL 108             Blood Borne Pathogens (HIV/AIDS)              10
     EL 109             Microbiology of the Skin                      10
     EL 110             Clinic & Office Management                    10
     EL 111             Florida Statutes & Rules For Electrolysis      10
     EL 112             Consultations                                 10
     Total              Theory/Didactic Courses                       120

Simulated Lab Applications

      Course Number                        Name              Clock Hours
      EL 113             Sanitation/Sterilization Procedures     10
      EL 114             Probe Holder & Forceps Skills            5
      EL 115             Insertions                               15
      EL 116             Electrolysis Equipment Training          5
      EL 117             Thermolysis Equipment Training           5
      EL 118             Blend Equipment Training                 5
      EL 119             Client Pre/Post Treatment                5
      EL 120             Client Assessment                        10
      EL 121             General Treatment Procedures            105
      EL 122             Consultations (Clinical)                15
      EL 123             Visuals/Library                          10
      EL 124             Review/Exam Preparation                 10
      Total              Simulated Lab Applications Courses      200

Total Program Clock Hours                                          320


NOTE: Services are not required for Electrolysis




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Tutorial for the Electrolysis Exam:
Should a student fail the State of Florida Electrolysis Exam given by the Florida
Electrolysis Council, the student will be permitted to return to the school for Ten (10)
additional clock hours of tutorial training at no cost to the student.


Program Standards for Electrolysis
The Electrolysis Institute of Tampa offers an Electrolysis Program that prepares the
student to meet the educational requirements of the Florida Department of Health,
Electrolysis Council, and the curriculum outlines of the Electrolysis Council Rule,
Chapter 64B8-52 & 53, FAC.

Upon successful completion of the program, the student is prepared to sit for the
Florida Electrolysis Council Exam to become licensed as a Florida Licensed
Electrologist. The program includes 120 clock hours of classroom training (Theory),
and 200 clock hours of instruction in a clinical setting (Lab Applications). The
Classroom and Lab Training is under the supervision of an Electrologist licensed in
Florida.




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Facials/Skin Care Specialist – 260 Clock Hours – Diploma Program


Entrance Requirements:
•   Student must be 18 years old, have a High School Diploma, or a GED.
•   Personal Interview with the Director, or appointed representative.
•   Student must have the manual dexterity, and physical strength to perform all
    activities required during the training cycle, and on the job.
•   Students whose native language (first language) is not English must demonstrate
    to the Director or designated staff that the student is competent (adequate for the
    purpose) in English. Students who appear to have a problem in reading, speaking,
    and/or writing English will be asked to take the Test of English as a Foreign
    Language (TOEFL). The Institute requires the TOEFL Internet-Based Test
    (TOELF IBT) with a minimum total score of 310.

Program Objectives:
•   The Program Objective is to prepare a student for the workforce, on an entry level,
    to work as a Licensed Facials/Skin Care Specialist.
•   Instruction is designed to qualify students for employment upon successfully
    obtaining a Facials Specialty Certification from the Florida Board of Cosmetology.

Program Description:
The program is designed to meet the educational requirements set forth by the Florida
Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Professions, Board
of Cosmetology.

The Program focuses on broad, transferable skills, and stresses understanding and
the ability to demonstrate the elements of the Cosmetology Industry of planning,
management, finance, the technical and production skills underlying such
technological principles as: labor, community, health, safety, and environmental
issues.

The program includes 65 clock hours of classroom (Theory/Didactic), and 195 clock
hours of instruction in a clinical setting (Lab Applications) which includes 40 clock
hours of Facial Services. "Facial Services" is defined as: services performed on a
client that involves manipulation (massage) of the face by, hands-on techniques, or
electrical techniques. The "services" performed by the student include techniques
involving skin care, and hair removal.

The basic program follows the curriculum concepts listed in the Florida Department of
Education, Curriculum Frameworks and Program Standards. The Program includes:
communication, leadership, human relations and employability skills; safe and efficient
work practices; Florida Cosmetology Law and Rules; acquisition of knowledge of the
Facial Specialist and related chemistry; bacteriology; anatomy and physiology; art of


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make-up; and development of skills in performing the manipulative and electrical
techniques required in the practice of a Facial Specialist Occupation.

Upon successful completion of 260 clock hours of instruction designed to meet the
learning objectives set forth in Rules 61G5-22.004(2), 61G5-22.005(2), and 61G5-
22.006(2), F.A.C., and the completion of 40 services, the Institute will issue a Diploma
(Certificate of Completion) in the specialty of "Facials".

The "Services" that are required by Rule are "Facials" that include Skin Care and Hair
Removal.

In accordance with Florida Statutes 477.0201, the graduating student (with the help
and direction of the Institute), will contact the Florida Board of Cosmetology, complete
the necessary forms, present the Diploma as proof of completing the 260 clock hour
Facial Specialty Program, pay the Florida Board of Cosmetology's Initial Registration
Fee, and will be Registered by the Board of Cosmetology to practice as a Licensed
Facials/Skin Care Specialist.

Program Total Cost: $2,200




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Facials/Skin Care Specialist Program Breakdown by Course:
The Program Breakdown by Courses listed below are designed to meet the Standards
set forth in Rules 61G5-22.004(2), 61G5-22.005(2), and 61G5-22.006(2) F.A.C., and
the completion of forty (40) Facial Services. The Program follows the Standards set
forth in the Curriculum Frameworks and Program Standards for Facials/Skin Care
Specialist Programs.


Theory/Didactic/Lab/Services Courses

   Course                                Name                              Clock
   Number                                                                  Hours
FAC 101           Introduction to Facials/Skin Care                         15
FAC 102           Safe, Sanitary & Efficient Work Practices –               15
                  HIV/AIDS
FAC 103           Science of Grooming & Salon Services                       15
FAC 104           Florida Law & State Board Rules & Statutes                 10
FAC 105           Introduction to Performing Facials                         50
FAC 106           Facial Manipulation & Related Massage                      55
FAC 107           The Art of Make-Up                                         15
FAC 108           Facial Hair Removal                                        15
FAC 109           The Application of Artificial Lashes                       10
FAC 110           Professional Development & Employability Skills            10
FAC 111           Entrepreneurship & Management Skills                       10
FAC 112           Required Services/Lab                                      40

Total Program Clock Hours                                                   260


Program Standards for Facials/Skin Care Specialist
The Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa offers a Facials/Skin Care Specialist
Program that prepares the student to meet the educational requirements of the Florida
Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Professions, Board
of Cosmetology Rules, Chapter 61G5-22.004(2), 61G5-22.005(2), 61G5-22.006(2),
FAC. The Program follows the curriculum concepts listed in the Florida Department of
Education, Curriculum Frameworks and Program Standards.

The Classroom, Lab Training, and Services are under the supervision of a
Cosmetologist, licensed in the State of Florida.




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Massage Therapy – 720 Clock Hours – Diploma Program


Entrance Requirements:
•   Student must be 18 years old, have a High School Diploma, or a GED.
•   Personal Interview with the Director, or appointed representative.
•   Student must have the manual dexterity, and physical strength to perform all
    activities required during the training cycle, and on the job.
•   Students whose native language (first language) is not English must demonstrate
    to the Director or designated staff that the student is competent (adequate for the
    purpose) in English. Students who appear to have a problem in reading, speaking,
    and/or writing English will be asked to take the Test of English as a Foreign
    Language (TOEFL). The Institute requires the TOEFL Internet-Based Test
    (TOELF iBT) with a minimum total score of 310.
Program Objectives:
The Program Objective is to prepare a student for the workforce, on an entry level, to
work as a Massage Therapist.
Instruction is designed to qualify students for employment and the National
Certification Exam for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB).

Program Description:

The Program follows the curriculum concepts listed in the Florida Department of
Health, Medical Quality Assurance, Florida Board of Massage Rule, 64B7-32.003,
F.A.C. The Program consists of 720 Clock Hours of instruction in Massage Therapy.

The Massage Therapy Program includes 310 clock hours of classroom (Theory) and
410 clock hours in a clinical setting (Lab Applications).

The Program curriculum includes: the theory and practice of massage; the theory and
practice of hydrotherapy; hygiene; practice massage demonstrations; human anatomy
and physiology; legal aspects of massage practice; allied modalities; communication
skills; health and safety practices; CPR, a review of the principles of infection control
(HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis); and employment and business skills.

The Program will be taught in a clinical and/or simulated laboratory setting under the
supervision of a qualified, Florida Licensed Massage Therapist acting as the Program
Instructor.

All clinical and simulated laboratory learning will be correlated with didactic instruction.
Training will be limited (by Board of Massage Rule) to only universally accepted
procedures of Basic Massage Therapy.
Program Total Cost -- $8,650



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Massage Therapy Program Breakdown by Course:

The Program Breakdown by Course listed below is designed to meet the Standards
set forth in the Florida Board of Massage Rule 64B7-32.003, F.A.C., Minimum
Requirements for the Approval of Massage Therapy Training Programs.

Theory/Didactic/ Simulated Lab Applications/Clinicals

 Course Number                          Name                     Clock Hours
 MAT 101           Introduction to Massage Therapy                   30
 MAT 102           Fundamentals of Therapeutic Massage               80
 MAT 103           Fundamentals of Human Anatomy & Physiology         80
 MAT 104           Skeletal System                                    20
 MAT 105           Muscular System                                    20
 MAT 106           Integumentary System                               20
 MAT 107           Nervous & Endocrine Systems                        30
 MAT 108           Fundamentals of Pathology for Massage Therapy      30
 MAT 109           HIV/AIDS & Blood Borne Diseases                    20
 MAT 110           Safety & Hygiene for Massage Therapy              10
 MAT 111           Fundamentals of Swedish Massage/Practicum         100
 MAT 112           Fundamentals of Neuromuscular Therapy             30
 MAT 113           Deep Tissue Techniques                            30
 MAT 114           Hydrotherapy                                       30
 MAT 115           Florida Massage Law                               10
 MAT 116           Professional Ethics                                10
 MAT 117           Student Lab/Clinic                                 10
 MAT 118           Faculty Supervised Clinic                         50
 MAT 119           CPR & First Aid                                    10
 MAT 120           Medical Errors                                     10
 MAT 121           Variable Modalities                                30
 MAT 122           Business Practices                                 30
 MAT 123           Computer Literacy                                  20
 MAT 124           Review for the NCBTMB Exam                         10

Total Program Clock Hours                                              720




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Program Standards for Massage Therapy
The Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa offers a Massage Therapy Program that
prepares the student to meet the educational requirements of the Florida Department
of Education, Curriculum and Program Standards for Massage Therapy. The Program
is designed to meet the regulations set forth by the Florida Board of Massage.

Upon completion of the Massage Therapy Program, the student will make application
to the Florida Board of Massage to be licensed as a Massage Therapist, and to take
the required National Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage and
Bodywork (NCBTMB).

The Classroom Training and the Clinical/Practicum Training are under the supervision
of a qualified Massage Therapist, licensed in the State of Florida. The ratio of trainees
to supervisors (Florida Licensed Massage Therapist) is five (5) students to one (1)
instructor.




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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
(Courses are Units within a Program)

Electrolysis 320 Clock Hours

Theory/Academic Skills:

EL-101 Introduction to Electrolysis                   15 hours

Overview of what the student can expect by taking the program. The program syllabus is
outlined, and various aspects of the Electrologist role will be discussed. The course includes
the Basic Principles and Procedures of Hair Removal, the Evolution of the Method of Hair
Removal, Histology of the Skin, Methods of Sanitation/Sterilization & Hygiene as prescribed by
OSHA.

EL-102 Use of Electricity in Hair Removal             5 hours

The Basics of Electricity. The History of Electrolysis including the three types of modalities that
are identified as "Electrolysis": Galvanic, Thermolysis, and the Blend.

EL-103 The Integumentary System (Skin) 10 hours

Introduction to the Integumentary System, the structure of the skin, and its various layers
(Sebaceous and Sweat glands, Sensory Receptors, Hair and Nails). The Pilosebaceous Unit,
the hair follicle and its appendages, will also be discussed. Curriculum includes: the layers of
the epidermis, appendages within the dermis, major functions of the skin, components of the
Pilosebaceous unit, and the three stages of hair growth.

EL-104 The Circulatory & Nervous Systems              10 hours

Introduction to the Circulatory System including: Functions of the Heart, its layers, chambers,
the Cardiac Cycle, Blood Vessels (Arteries & Veins), types of circulation (Systemic,
Pulmonary, and Portal), blood types, and blood and the lymph system.

Introduction to the Nervous System including: the Central Nervous System (Brain and Spinal
Cord), the Peripheral Nervous System (Cranial & Spinal Nerves) the Autonomic Nervous
System (Regulation of Involuntary Activities), and the Somatic Nervous System (Conscious or
Voluntary Control of Skeletal Muscles).

EL-105 The Endocrine System & Diseases                10 hours

Introduction to the Endocrine System including: the Pituitary, Thyroid, Parathyroid, Adrenal,
Gonads, Islets of Langerhans, and Pineal Glands. A review of disorders effecting the skin ( its
color, temperature, dry/moist condition, excess diaphoresis, and wound healing), Hair (dry,
brittle, thin), and Nails (dry, thin, thick).

EL-106 The Biology of Hair Growth                     10 hours

This is a continuation of subject matter discussed in EL-103, The Integumentary System.
"Hair", or the "Pilosebbaxeous Unit", is discussed in greater detail. Curriculum includes topics



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such as: the Structure of Hair, the Follicular Canal and Sheaths, the Hair Shaft, the Dermal
Papilla (small, cone-shaped indentation at the base of the hair follicle that fits into the hair
bulb) and Papillae (cone-shaped, finger-like projections that protrude into the epidermis), the
Arrector Pili Muscle (an appendage that is attached to the dermal papilla and to the hair shaft.
This muscle is responsible for lifting the hair, and thereby trapping a layer of air on the skin's
surface), the Sebaceous Gland (oil glands of the skin connected to the hair follicle), the layers
of the hair (Cuticle, Cortex, and Medulla), types of hair (Lanugo (soft, downy hair present on
fetuses in utero, and infants at birth), Vellus (fine, soft hair with no pigment, found mainly on
women's faces; also referred to as "peach fuzz", and Terminal Hair(long, coarser, pigmented
hair that covers the scalp, and is found on the arms and legs of both male and female), and
the stages of hair growth (growing, transitional, and resting).

EL-107 Skin Assessment                        10 hours

A continuation of EL-105 including skin types, the effects of specific electrical currents on the
skin, on hair removal, and the effects of temporary removal of hair.

EL-108 Blood Borne Pathogens (HIV/AIDS and all types of Hepatitis) 10 hours

Training in following universal precautions in Electrolysis Procedures. Precautions that include,
but are not limited to, wearing gloves, surgical masks, protective eyewear when in contact with
body fluids, mucous, non-intact skin, handling soiled items; isolation procedures for
equipment, linens, and towels, etc, will be discussed.

EL-109 Microbiology of the Skin               10 hours

The study of the Flora and Fauna of the human skin Introduction to the microorganisms that
normally live on, or in, an individual's body. Types of microorganisms will be discussed
including: bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa. Body defense mechanisms dealing with
microorganisms will be reviewed. Related areas of Sanitation and Safety will be discussed in
EL- 113.

EL-110 Clinic & Office Management             10 hours

Introduction to Facility Management. Record keeping as related to the client's personal
information, and payment for services, will be discussed as a part of Client Management.
Introduction to simple bookkeeping, how to pick a good bookkeeper or CPA., and the art of
communication will be discussed as it relates to proper greetings, and conversations with a
client. Office Communication problems, and their causes and cures will be reviewed.
Professional/Client Ethics will be introduced using demonstrations showing methods of dealing
with management problems related to business/client ethics. Time will be allotted to
employability skills, writing a resume, looking for a job, good interview skills, and job follow-up
techniques.

EL-111 Florida Statutes & Rules for Electrolysis 10 hours

The study of Florida Administrative Code, Chapter 64B8-50 thru 56, and Florida Statutes
Chapter 478.




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EL-112 Consultations                                 10 hours

Demonstration of items to be included when discussing treatment procedures with a client.
Curriculum includes: how to explain the process to the client, explanation of the time the
treatment will take, the number of treatments needed, the possible pain level, how to explain
what the client will expect during the treatment, and the cost involved in the procedure.

Clinical/Lab Skills:

EL-113 Sanitation/Sterilization Procedures           10 hours

Clinical Skills involving the study of Chapter 64B8-56.001, FAC, Sanitation & Safety
Requirements of the Delivery of Electrolysis. This Chapter of the Standards includes: Hand
Washing, Use of Gloves, Pre-Treatment Procedures, Post-Treatment Procedures, Cleaning &
Sterilizing Instruments, and other miscellaneous precautions.

EL-114 Probe Holder & Forceps Skills                 5 hours

Lab skills using Probes and Forceps. The skills and techniques related to Probe use. The
training in the use of Probes will range from how to determine the correct diameter size,
sterilization, to the necessary amount of current needed to destroy the Dermal Papilla (the
small, cone-shaped indentation at the base of the hair follicle that fits in the hair bulb) and/or
the Sebaceous Gland (oil glands of the skin connected to the hair follicles), the process known
as "Histolysis". Types of Probes will be introduced as: one-piece, two- piece, insulated,
tapered insulated, cylindrical insulated and bulbous insulated. Other factors such as Non-
Insulated Probes, their length, and diameter, will be reviewed, and related skills will be
practiced. Lab skills and practice will be examined using Forceps. The curriculum includes
demonstrations of the different shapes and sizes of Forceps. The curriculum also includes how
to choose specific Forceps with characteristics such as: the ability to withstand frequent
sterilization, smooth tipped, etched shank, and electroplated diamond particles tip, will be
shown to, and used by the student.

EL-115 Insertions                                    15 hours

Lab skills and practice using the material learned in EL-114. The student will demonstrate that
they understand "Histolysis" by sliding down the follicle with a Probe, and applying the proper
current to accomplish hair removal. The possibility of having to change a Probe, for a fresh
Probe, during an extended treatment period, will be discussed.

EL-116 Electrolysis Equipment Training               5 hours

The course curriculum involves skills related to Galvanic Electrolysis. The theory of how
Galvanic Electrolysis works will be introduced. The principle of how Galvanic Electrolysis
works will be demonstrated, by showing how salt and water, in the skin around the Probe, are
chemically altered to produce a small amount of sodium hydroxide, or lye. The lye damages
the cells that cause hair growth, and thus results in hair removal. Precautions needed to
prevent damage to the skin will be reviewed.




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EL-117 Thermolysis Equipment Training 5 hours

The course curriculum involves skills related to Thermolysis. Thermolysis is a technique that
uses short-wave, high-frequency, radio-frequency to remove hair The theory of how
Thermolysis works will be introduced by showing how Thermolysis causes water molecules, in
the skin around a probe, to vibrate, creating heat. The principle of how heat damages the cells
that cause hair growth, and thus results in hair removal will be demonstrated. Precautions
needed to prevent damage to the skin from excess heat will be reviewed.

EL-118 Blend Equipment Training               5 hours

The course curriculum involves skills related to the Blend Method. The Blend Method was
developed by Hinkel and St. Pierre. The Blend Method is based on the theory that lye is more
caustic when heated. The method combines the two theories of Galvanic Electrolysis and
Thermolysis. Both Galvanic and Thermolysis Modalities, combine to become the Blend
Technique Skills will be taught that show how the two are combined alternately, or
simultaneously, to produce hair removal. Standard precautions to prevent damage to the skin
will be reviewed.

EL-119 Client Pre/Post Treatment              5 hours

Lab skills using a checklist of Pre and Post Treatment Guidelines.

EL-120 Client Assessment                      10 hours

Lab skills involving the area of treatment, the client's medical history, the client's allergies,
health problems, previous treatments, hair color, and skin type. The curriculum includes the
use of a signed statement that the client understands the procedures, and the cost involved for
the procedure.

EL-121 General Treatment Procedures           105 hours

Hands-On Lab skills demonstrating the transfer of theory to the practice of Electrolysis.

EL-122 Consultations (Clinical)               15 hours

Lab skills using materials and techniques learned in Course EL-112.

EL-123 Visuals/Library                        10 hours

Course curriculum involves assignments from the school's library. Research and
documentation, in the form of a term paper will be required from data found in books in the
school library, the internet, school videos, and school subject matter DVDs. The research is
designed to improve the skills of the student in the profession. A written report will be required
on subjects pertaining to Electrolysis.

EL-124 Review/Exam Preparation                10 hours

The Academic and Lab Applications of the program's curriculum will be reviewed to prepare
the student to take the State of Florida Electrolysis Licensing Exam.




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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
(Courses are Units within a Program)

Facials/Skin Care Specialist          260 Clock Hours

FAC-101 Introduction to Facials/Skin Care             15 Hours
(Theory — 15 Hours)

Overview of what the student can expect by taking the program. The program syllabus is
outlined, and various aspects of the Facials/Skin Care Specialist's role will be discussed. The
course includes the basic principles and procedures involved in Skin Care, the evolution of the
method of Skin Care, and the identification of career opportunities in the service field.

FAC-102 Safe, Sanitary & Efficient Work Practices — HIV/AIDS                 15 Hours
(Theory — 5 Hours, Lab — 10 Hours)

A review of Universal Precautions, HIV/AIDS. Methods of decontamination procedures to
insure safety for the client, and safety in the classroom and the lab. Using the manufacturer's
instructions, the student is taught the correct methods of operating and mixing chemicals to
EPA and hospital strength levels. The student is also taught the correct methods of cleaning
and maintaining implements by using appropriately mixed chemicals, and decontamination of
tools, per Rule. The student will practice the art of observing, identifying, and analyzing the
functions, structures of certain diseases and disorders of the hair, skin, and nails.

FAC-103 Science of Grooming & Salon Services 15 Hours
(Theory — 5 Hours, Lab — 10 Hours)

This course is an introduction to basic Anatomy and Physiology, and the Chemistry and
Physics, as they apply to the electricity and light therapy performed on a client, or used in the
decontamination of instruments, as a means of infection control.

FAC-104 Florida Law & State Board Rules and Statutes 10 Hours
(Theory — 10 Hours)

A review of Florida Law, Chapter 477, and Chapter 442, "Florida Right-To-Know Law".

FAC-105 Introduction to Performing Facials            50 Hours
(Theory — 10 Hours, Lab — 40 Hours)

Introduction to the Facial. The student will learn methods of identifying the types of bone
structure, and face shape, so that the request of the client can be met. The course includes
the basic concepts of draping, choosing the proper supplies, products, and equipment. The
student will be introduced to the various methods used in skin analysis. The student will also
receive instruction in the correct methods to be used in the consultation with the client. Lab
work will illustrate the basic actions and reactions of certain products used for cleaning the
face and neck.




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FAC-106 Facial Manipulation & Related Massage               55 Hours
(Lab — 55 Hours)

The course deals with the methods used in facial manipulation, and certain methods of
massage used for the face and neck.

FAC-107 The Art of Make-Up           15 Hours
(Lab — 15 Hours)

Methods of performing color analysis and facial balance related to Make-Up will be discussed.
Methods of applying basic and corrective, evening and/or glamour Make-Up, based on the
client's needs and desires will be practiced by the student. The student will study and practice
the appropriate make-up application procedures, using a knowledge of color theory, and a
knowledge of skin types.

FAC-108 Facial Hair Removal          15 Hours
(Lab — 15 Hours)

This course is a review of only the hair removal techniques that can be used by a Facials/Skin
Care Specialist. The student will practice certain methods of shaping eyebrows by tweezing
and waxing. The relationship of "shaping" and "angles" to the client's bone structure will be
discussed and practiced by the student. The student will review the concepts of facial bone
structure, face shapes and fashion trends to be used in facial hair removal. The student will
practice methods of eyebrow tinting, and will be made aware of certain adverse reactions that
can occur.

FAC-109 The Application of Artificial Lashes        10 Hours
(Lab — 10 Hours)

This course incorporates the proper procedures for applying artificial eyelashes.

FAC-110 Professional Development-Employment Skills 10 Hours
(Theory — 5 Hours, Lab — 5 Hours)

Basic computer knowledge to permit the student to record and report the client's progress.
Methods of writing a resume, looking for a job, good interview skills, and follow-up techniques.

FAC-111 Entrepreneurship-Management Skills 10 Hours
(Theory — 5 Hours, Lab — 5 Hours)

Basic business skills needed to start a small business.

FAC-112 Required Services/Lab        40 Hours
(Lab — 40 Hours)

State Board Rule requires Forty (40) Facial Services be performed by the student. A "Facial
Service" is defined as: Facial Manipulation/ Facial Massage, including Skin Care, and Hair
Removal.




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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
(Courses are Units within a Program)

Massage Therapy              720 Clock Hours

MAT 101 Introduction to Massage Therapy            30 Hours
(Theory — 30 Hours)

Overview of what the student can expect by taking the program. The program syllabus is
outlined, and various aspects of the Massage Therapist's role, the history, and the origins of
Massage Therapy will be discussed. The course introduces the student to the basic principles
and procedures involved in Massage Therapy, and Hydrotherapy. The student is introduced to
the curriculum involved in the program such as: hygiene, human anatomy and physiology,
legal and ethical aspects of Massage, allied modalities, and health and safety. The principles
of Colonic Irrigation will be discussed.

MAT 102 Fundamentals of Therapeutic Massage 80 Hours
(Theory — 40 Hours, Lab — 40 Hours)

The course focuses on the trends and issues affecting the delivery system of health care
related to Massage Therapy. The curriculum includes a variety of basic components integrated
in the Massage Therapy Health Care Delivery System. The course will cover such items as,
the physiological effects of Massage, the various types of manipulations used in Massage
Therapy, the effects and usage of lubricants used in Massage, the indications and
contraindications of Massage Therapy, the various pathological conditions that can be
encountered by a Massage Therapist, and the use of specific massage equipment. The course
will also offer techniques in proper body mechanics, proper draping techniques, and proper
techniques in the use of interviewing the client/patient.

MAT 103 Fundamentals of Human Anatomy & Physiology                80 Hours
(Theory — 40 Hours, Lab — 40 Hours)

This course examines the structure of the human body, its many parts, their relationship to one
another, and how the parts of the human body function. This is a review of the various
systems of the human body including; the musculoskeletal system, musculoskeletal conditions
and disorders; the respiratory system, respiratory conditions and disorders, the circulatory
system; circulatory/hematologic conditions and disorders; the gastrointestinal system, the
conditions and disorders; the neurologic system, neurologic conditions and disorders; the
endocrine system, endocrine conditions and disorders; the renal (urinary) system, urinary
conditions and disorders; the reproductive system, reproduction conditions and disorders; the
integumentary system, integumentary conditions and disorders; and the sensory systems
(visual, auditory), sensory conditions and disorders.

MAT 104 Skeletal System 20 Hours
(Theory — 10 Hours, Lab — 10 Hours)

The course is designed to give the student a broader study of the human skeletal system.
Emphasis will be placed on the identification of the bones of the human body. This section will
include such items as: bone composition, bone classification, the structure of long bones, bone




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prominences that serve as landmarks, bone growth and maintenance, and related skeletal
system items such as, joints, ligaments, tendons, and bursa.

MAT 105 Muscular System 20 Hours
(Theory — 10 Hours, Lab — 10 Hours)

The course develops a broader study of the muscular system. Emphasis will be placed on the
identification of the muscles of the human body. Muscle function, structure, types,
characteristics, contraction, and movement.

MAT 106 Integumentary System 20 Hours
(Theory — 10 Hours, Lab — 10 Hours)

The student will be introduced to a broader study of the structure of the human skin Emphasis
will be placed on the epithelial, connective, and nerve tissue; epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous
tissue, glands, and appendages (hair, nails)

MAT 107 Nervous & Endocrine Systems 30 Hours
(Theory - 15 Hours, Lab — 15 Hours)

This course covers the relationship of the Nervous and the Endocrine Systems as they relate
to Massage Therapy. The study of the Nervous System will include the system's functions,
divisions, structure and physiology, the central nervous system, the peripheral nervous
system, and the autonomic nervous system. Study of the Endocrine System will include a
survey of the numerous glands and hormones that compose the system. The course will
attempt to aid the Massage Therapy student in providing support and education to a future
client that might demonstrate a problem involving either of these systems.

MAT 108 Fundamentals of Pathology for Massage Therapy              30 Hours
(Theory — 15 Hours, Lab — 15 Hours)

The student will gain knowledge of Medical Asepsis, and will be taught to practice certain
procedures to limit infection. The student will be taught to recognize major diseases
encountered by a Massage Therapist. The study will include etiology, signs and symptoms,
contraindications, and treatments.

MAT 109 HIV/AIDS & Blood Borne Diseases             20 Hours
(Theory — 10 Hours, Lab — 10 Hours)

Using Universal Precautions, the student will learn how to protect the client and the health
care worker from HIV/AIDS. Methods discussed will be: wearing gloves, the use of surgical
masks, the use of protective eyewear, and precautions for the therapist to take in dealing with
body fluids, mucous, and soiled items. The student will learn to distinguish between fact and
fallacy about the transmission and the treatment of diseases caused by blood borne
pathogens, including Hepatitis B. The student will learn the legal aspects of AIDS, including
testing for HIV/AIDS. The student will apply infection control techniques designed to prevent
the spread of diseases caused by blood borne pathogens following CDC (Center for Disease
Control) guidelines.




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MAT 110 Safety & Hygiene for Massage Therapy                 10 Hours
(Theory — 5 Hours, Lab — 5 Hours)

This course is designed to establish methods of planning and maintaining facility health and
safety. The subject of "Safety" will include client/patient positioning, support, draping, and
turning techniques. The elements of Hygiene (Health) will include practices of personal, and
client/patient, cleanliness. Basic methods of eliminating medical errors will be explained
Medical Errors will be covered in detail in course MAT 120.

MAT 111 Fundamentals of Swedish Massage/Practicum                    100 Hours
(Theory — 20 Hours, Lab — 80 Hours)

This course orients the student to the fundamentals, and techniques, used in Swedish
Massage. The student will be introduced to certain Massage Clinical techniques which will
include training in the correct procedures to be followed in a typical massage routine.

MAT 112 Fundamentals of Neuromuscular Therapy                30 Hours
(Theory — 5 Hours, Lab — 25 Hours)

The student will receive a basic knowledge of techniques to use in treating Neuromuscular
Problems such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Lordosis, Kyphosis, Scoliosis, Thoracic Outlet
Syndrome, and other related problems.

MAT 113 Deep Tissue Techniques 30 Hours
(Theory — 5 Hours, Lab — 25 Hours)

This course is designed to emphasize the basic skills related to the techniques used on deep
tissue and related muscular structures. The skills presented in this course will include such
techniques as, the proper use of pressure, methods of monitoring pain, certain palpating
(examine by touch) skills, and methods of tissue assessment.

MAT 114 Hydrotherapy      30 Hours
(Theory — 10 Hours, Lab — 20 Hours)

This course will prepare the student to be able to perform hydrotherapy services such as
hydro-kinetics, hydro thermal and hydro-static. The course will cover the history of hydro-
therapy and certain historical practitioners. A lab will be used to demonstrate the principles of
accepted temperature and time standards of each hydrotherapy technique.

MAT 115 Florida Massage Law           10 Hours
(Theory — 10 Hours)

This course prepares the student in a basic understanding of the legal framework of the
Massage Therapy Health Care Occupation. The Florida Massage Practice Act will be
discussed including such areas as: qualifications for licensure, renewal of a license, and the
function of the Florida Board of Massage.




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MAT 116 Professional Ethics           10 Hours
(Theory — 10 Hours)

The course will include: the "Massage Therapist's Code of Ethics"; confidentiality of
information between therapist and client; and the limits of authority and responsibility of the
Massage Therapist. In addition, topics will include: recognizing and reporting illegal and
unethical practices; methods of reporting abuse; recognizing and preventing possible sexual
harassment by the therapist and/or the client; and recognizing and reporting domestic
violence.

MAT 117 Student Lab/Clinic            10 Hours
(Lab — 10 hours)

Orientation to clinic practices. Preparation for the Supervised Clinic, MAT — 118.

MAT 118 Faculty Supervised Clinic            50 Hours
(Lab — 50 Hours)

Under faculty supervision, the student will provide full-body massage to the public.

MAT 119 CPR & First Aid       10 Hours
(Lab — 10 Hours)

This course is a sub-group within the Allied Modalities mode. This course emphasizes the
techniques that will lead to CPR & First Aid certification by the American Red Cross.

MAT 120 Medical Errors        10 Hours
(Theory - 10 Hours)

The course is a sub-group with the Allied Modalities mode of Massage Therapy. The course
examines the reasons for "Medical Errors", and the precautions that must be taken to reduce,
and eliminate errors of any kind. As required by Florida Statute, Chapter, 456.013;
specific/types, and ways of preventing, medical errors, will be discussed.

MAT 121 Variable Modalities       30 Hours
(Theory - 15 Hours, Lab — 15 Hours)

This course is an overview of related areas of the Health profession that are related to
Massage Therapy. The topics will include, but are not be limited to: Client/Patient relations,
oriental therapies, sports massage, colon therapy, reflexology, seated chair massage, and
medical wellness massage.

MAT 122 Business Practices            30 Hours
(Theory- 30 Hours)

This course is a sub-group within the Allied Modalities mode, and will identify certain business
skills needed to operate a small business efficiently, and effectively.

MAT 123 Computer Literacy             20 Hours
(Computer Lab- 20 Hours)




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This course includes training in the computer as a tool to aid the Therapist in everyday work.
The training will involve the knowledge needed to perform clerical duties, required in proper
record keeping. The course includes specific knowledge of how to operate a computer, and
methods of researching information to better serve the needs of the client/patient.

MAT 124 Review for the NCBTMB Exam 10 Hours
(Review- 10 Hours)

This course is a preparation for the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage &
Bodywork Exam.

DISCLOSURES FOR ALL STUDENTS

 1.    Students will be advised that employment may require that the employee pass
       the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Criminal Background
       Check. If the student (employee) is not a Florida resident for the last 5
       consecutive years, an FBI investigation is required in many facilities. Exemption
       procedures are available, but the school's Director recommends that if the
       student cannot pass the FDLE investigation, that they consider enrolling in a
       program where there will be better employment opportunities.
 2.    Good physical and mental health is required to enroll in the school's programs,
       and will be needed in employment.
 3.    The student must be committed to the school's policy concerning a Drug Free
       School.
 4.    Employment may require a TB Test, proof of Rubella Immunity, HIV/AIDS Test,
       Test for Hepatitis, and other tests to show the employee is in good health.
 5.    Employment may require the ability to read and write English.
 6.    The institution (Beauty and Health Institute of Tampa) will assist the student
       with employment, but cannot guarantee Job Placement.
 7.    Students that lack a good background in English will find it difficult to graduate
       from the Programs offered by this institution. Students lacking a good
       background in English may encounter employment limitations due to the fact
       that many businesses require competency (adequate to the purpose) in the
       English language. Students that lack a good background in English might
       consider taking an English as a Second Language (ESOL) course before
       enrolling in any Program offered by this institution. During the Admissions
       Interview with the Director, any student that appears to have a problem in
       Reading, Speaking, and Writing English will be asked to take the Test of
       English as a Foreign Language Test (TOEFL). The school requires the internet-
       based version of the TOEFL known as the TOEFL iBT Test. The student must
       pass the test with a minimum total score of 310.
 8.    Students performing services, on the public, as a part of the Clinic/Lab
       Applications of the Facials/Skin Care Specialist Program, or the Massage
       Therapy Program, shall not receive remuneration for the services provided.
 9.    Students who are terminated for not maintaining Satisfactory Academic
       Progress, and/or Excessive Absenteeism, and/or Unprofessional Conduct (as
       defined in this Catalog), will receive no refund of tuition monies paid.


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10.   The State of Florida requires that Massage Therapists be licensed to practice in
      the State of Florida. Passage of the National Certification Board of Therapeutic
      Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) Exam is one of the requirements for
      licensure in the State of Florida.
11.   The Florida Department of Health, Electrolysis Council requires a license to
      practice as an Electrologist.
12.   The State of Florida requires registration with the Board of Cosmetology in
      order to practice as a Licensed Facials/Skin Care Specialist.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

RITA KRUSE — CEO/OWNER, BOARD CHAIR
ROBERT MILES, M.D.
SUNNY MOROZ
DORA GERSHANIK
DONALD KRUSE

Administration

Rita Moroz Kruse — CEO/Director/Instructor
Massage Therapy - Goldman Institute, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
Nail Technology - Manhattan Cosmetology School, Philadelphia PA
Electrolysis, Thermolysis and the Blend - Orlando Institute of Electrolysis, Orlando, FL
Laser and Light Based Hair Removal - Orlando Institute of Electrolysis, Orlando, FL
Certified Clinical Electrologist (CCE) — SCMHR, Madison, WI
Certified Medical Electrologist (CME) — SCMHR, Madison, WI

Ms. Kruse has two (2) years of experience in supervision in private business. She is
the Owner and Director of Tampa Laser Touch. Ms. Kruse served as a payroll clerk for
two (2) years for a company in Israel, and served as a Nail Tech for six (6) years.
Electrologist License # EO 949 Expires May 31, 2008

Donald Kruse — Director
Mr. Kruse has seventeen (17) years of experience in sales and management.
Faculty                                      Richey, FL

Jeanna Fine — Facials/ Skin Care               Ms. Fine has eight (8) years of
Specialist Instructor                          experience as a Dental Hygienist, and
Certified Dental Assistant - Nassau            three (3) years of experience as a
Tech BOCES; Westbury, NY                       Licensed Skin Care Specialist
A.S. of Science in Dental Hygiene -            Registered Facial Specialist License #
SUNY Farmingdale; Farmingdale, NY              FB9721032 Expires: 10/31/08
Licensed Skin Care Specialist - Bene's
International School of Beauty; New
Port



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Gail Wetterman — Facials/Skin Care             Ms. Hernandez has seven (7) years of
Specialist Instructor                          experience as a Florida Realtor; two (2)
Licensed Nail Tech — Elite Academy of          years of experience as a Mortgage
Skin & Nails; Dunedin, FL Certified            Broker; and one year of experience as
Instructor — Elite Academy of Skin &           the Office Manager for the Electrolysis
Nails; Dunedin, FL                             Institute of Tampa, a Florida licensed
Licensed Skin Care Specialist — Elite          school. Electrologist License # EO
Academy of Skin & Nails; Dunedin, FL           1534
                                               Expires May 31, 2010
Ms. Wetterman has five (5) years of
experience as an instructor of Skin            Peter James Markham — Aide to the
Care and Nails, five years of                  Office Manager
experience as a Skin Care Specialist,          Chemistry — Eckerd College, St.
and two (2) years of experience as the         Petersburg, FL
owner of the Skin Care Spa.                    Diploma, Electrolysis — Electrolysis
Registered Full Specialist License             Institute of Tampa, Tampa, FL
#FS1018      Expires: 10/31/08                 Certified Medical Electrologist (CME) —
                                               ICHRC, Madison, WI
Beth Ann Horrigan — Massage
Therapy Instructor                             Mr. Markham has eight (8) years of
Business — Southern Connecticut                experience as an owner/manager of an
State University; Newington, CT                optical company, four (4) years of
Massage Therapy — Connecticut                  experience as a Respiratory Care
Center for Massage Therapy; New                Assistant, and one (1) year experience
Haven, CT                                      as an Aide to the Office Manager for
                                               the Electrolysis Institute of Tampa, a
Ms. Horrigan has six (6) years of              Florida licensed school.
experience as a Licensed Florida               Electrologist License # EO 1320
Massage Therapist. Massage                            Expires: May 31, 2010
Therapist, License # MA 38867
       Expires: 8/31/09                        Michael Kogan — Instructor
                                               DMD - Medical Institute, Timisoara City,
Administrative Staff                           Romania
                                               Electrologist - Alanya Educational
Anna Hernandez — Office Manager                Center, St. Petersburg, Russia
B.A. Kinesiology - Simon Fraser                Electrolysis, Thermolysis and the Blend
University, Burnaby, BC, Canada                - Orlando Institute of Electrolysis,
Diploma, Information Systems - Peel            Orlando, FL
Dept. of Education, Toronto, Ontario,          Laser and Light Based Hair Removal -
Canada.                                        Orlando Institute of Electrolysis,
Diploma, Electrolysis — Electrolysis           Orlando, FL
Institute of Tampa, Tampa, FL                  Certified Laser Hair Removal
CEU Certificate of Completion, Laser &         Professional — SCMHR, Madison, WI
Light Based Hair Removal —                     Seven (7) Years of experience in
Electrolysis Institute of Tampa, Tampa,        Electrolysis Related Fields.
FL



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Electrologist License # EO 1201
       Expires: 5/31/08

Leslie Beth Robbins — Aide to the
Office Manager
Medical Assistant — Concorde Career
Institute, Tampa, FL

Ms. Robbins has five (5) years of
experience as a Surgical Assistant, and
one (1) year of experience as an Aide
to the Office Manager of Electrolysis
Institute of Tampa.

Brandie Darnell — Aide to the
Director
Diploma — Marietta High School,
Marietta, GA

Ms. Darnell has five (5) years of
experience as a Sales/Store and Salon
Manager, and one (1) year of
experience as a Make-Up
Artist/Cosmetics for a leading
department store.




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ACADEMIC CALENDAR

January 2009 — January 2010

Electrolysis:
Students should complete 320 clock hours, Electrolysis Program in four (4) months or
approximately sixteen (16) weeks (depending on Observed Holidays). Students
enrolled in the Electrolysis Program will attend five (5) classes each week for four (4)
clock hours per class, or twenty (20) clock hours per week.

Start Date                                   Graduation Date

January 05, 2009                             April 24, 2009
April 27,2009                                August 14, 2009
August 17, 2009                              December 04, 2009


Scheduled Days: Monday to Friday
Scheduled Times 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


Facials/Skin Care Specialist:
Students should complete the 260 Clock Hour, Facials/Skin Care Specialist Program
in three (3) months, or approximately thirteen (13) weeks (depending on Observed
Holidays). Students enrolled in the Facials/Skin Care Specialist Program will attend
five (5) classes each week, for four (4) clock hours per class, or twenty (20) clock
hours per week.

Start Date:                                     Graduation Date:
January 5, 2009                                 April 3, 2009
April 6, 2009                                   July 3, 2009
July 6, 2009                                    October 2, 2009
October 5, 2009                                 January 5, 2010

Schedule Days: Monday — Friday
Schedule Times: 9 am to 1 pm




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Massage Therapy:
Students should complete the 720 Clock Hour, Massage Therapy Program in six (6)
months, or approximately twenty-four (24) weeks (depending on Observed Holidays).
Students enrolled in the Massage Therapy Program will attend five (5) classes each
week, for six (6) clock hours per class, or thirty (30) clock hours per week.

Florida Board of Massage Rule 64B7-32.003(1)(b) requires that a student enrolled in a
Massage Therapy Program attend no more than six (6) classroom clock hours per
day, and no more than thirty (30) classroom clock hours per calendar week.

Start Date:                                     Graduation Date:
January 5, 2009                                 June 19, 2009
June 22, 2009                                   November 27, 2009


Schedule Days: Monday — Friday
Schedule Times: 9:00 am to 3:30 pm (with a 30-minute lunch hour).



One (1) clock hour is fifty (50) minutes in the presence of an instructor. Ten (10)
minutes out of each hour is reserved for a Student Break.




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