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									Form 2B, Page 1 FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE NUMBER: COURSE TITLE: PREREQUISITE(S): COREQUISITE(S): TOTAL CONTACT HOURS: (For Office Use Only: Vocational Credits __13.5__) FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE ALLOCATION: COURSE DESCRIPTION:

COS 0001 Basic Cosmetology None VPI 0100, VPI 0200 and VPI 0300 (as needed) 400

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This course provides students with the beginning theoretical principles and practical procedures of cosmetology. Manipulative skills, safety requirements, and sanitary measures are presented. Students receive laboratory practice on mannequins and each other. This course provides students with the beginning theoretical principles and practical procedures of hair, skin and nails. Students will be able to analyze skin, scalp and hair conditions involving fellow students. This course will teach students the correct method of preparing a client for a shampoo service, the correct analysis of hair types and condition, the correct products to use and the performance of scalp manipulations, shampooing and rinsing techniques. Students will learn to identify haircutting implements and their use and safe handling. Students will also learn to perform basic haircutting techniques and hairstyles. This course provides students with an introduction to wet hair styling and hairshaping. Students will also learn to use professional manicuring and pedicuring implements and to practice safety and sanitation procedures. SUGGESTED TEXT(S): Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, by Constance Kibbe, Milady Publishing IMPLEMENTATION DATE: REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: Spring Term, 2008 (20082)

Form 2B, Page 2 CONTACT HOURS COURSE TOPICS I. Orientation Objective: Following a welcome to the Cosmetology program and a discussion of FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE Rules, Regulations and Policies, TABE/VPI requirements, FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE school calendar and other applicable information, students will demonstrate their understanding and agreement to abide by the policies as set forth in the student handbook by signing the packet where indicated. A. B. C. Welcome & Introductions Check registration list Handouts & Discussion 1. Clocking in procedures and number assignment 2. Syllabus a. Course Outline b. Reading and study assignments c. Rules & Regulations, Policies d. Service Sheet D. Assignments 1. Lockers 2. Stations 3. Sanitation Detail 4. Time and Locations of VPI Courses [0100 & 0200] 5. Autobiography (oral) intended goals (written) or other research assignments. II. Introduction to Cosmetology Objective: Following lecture and discussion, students will develop an awareness and appreciation of the evolution of cosmetology, career opportunities and the basic implements used in cosmetology by providing complete kits for inspection and through demonstrating assigned classroom and lab safety and by achieving 80% or better on a written test. A. Cosmetology History B. Career Opportunities C. Introduction of basic Cosmetology implements and equipment 1. Cosmetology Kits 2. Classroom & Lab Safety 6/2 _LECTURE/LAB_ 6/2

Form 2B, Page 3 CONTACT HOURS COURSE TOPICS (Continued) III. Hygiene, Good Grooming & Personality Development Objective: After lecture, discussion and demonstration, students will understand the importance of hygiene, good grooming and personality development in achieving a good professional image and how it relates to the industry by achieving 80% or better on a written test. A. Hygiene 1. Definition and differentiation a. personal – characteristics b. public – responsibilities B. Grooming 1. Definition 2. Acceptable standards C. Personality Development 1. Definition 2. Evaluation 3. Improvement tactics D. Review and Evaluation (e.g. chapter tests, assignments, workbooks, etc.) IV. Professional Ethics Objective: Following lecture and discussion, students will demonstrate their understanding of the acceptable standards of behavior and proper attitudes to become functional and successful as a professional cosmetologist by achieving 80% or more on a written test. A. Definition B. Differentiation listing 1. good 2. bad C. Role playing D. Review and Evaluation (e.g. chapter tests, assignments, workbooks, etc.). V. Entrepreneurship 6/2 A. Introduction to Salon Management B. Math skills as applied to Salon Services 8/8 _LECTURE/LAB_ 8

Form 2B, Page 4 CONTACT HOURS COURSE TOPICS (Continued) VI. Infection Control _LECTURE/LAB_ 14/8

Objective: After lecture, discussion and demonstration, students will understand basic bacteriology and its importance regarding sanitation by achieving 80% or more on a written test. Following lecture and demonstration, students will demonstrate their understanding of the principals and methods of sanitation by achieving 80% on written and practical tests. A. Terminology 1. pronunciation 2. Definition B. Classification of Bacteria 1. growth & reproduction 2. Infections C. Methods of Sanitation 1. physical 2. chemical a. procedure b. safety precautions 3. Florida requirements 4. applications D. Levels of Infection Control 1. Sterilization 2. Disinfection 3. Sanitation 4. Procedures and Safety Precautions as related to Levels of Infection Control E. HIV/AIDS Overview 1. Universal Precautions 2. Methods of Transmission VII. Introduction to Chemistry, Electricity and Light Therapy 24

Objective: After lecture, and discussion students will be able to define the nature of electricity, and the two types of electric current. Following lectures students will be able to describe the types of light therapy and their benefits A. Terminology B Safety and Precautions VIII. Introduction and Distribution of Kits 6

Form 2B, Page 5 CONTACT HOURS COURSE TOPICS (Continued) IX. Hair, Skin and Nails _LECTURE/LAB_ 70/12

Objective: Following lecture and discussion of the scientific study of hair and skin, students will be able to analyze skin, scalp and hair conditions by participating in lab activities involving fellow students as models and by achieving 80% or more on written and practical tests. A. Histology of Skin 1. Anatomy a. Divisions & definitions b. Functions c. Properties d. Safety precautions and sanitation e. Review and evaluation 2. Disorders 3. Projects and Presentations B. Trichology 1. Anatomy a. Composition b. Structure c. Properties d. Safety Precautions and sanitation e. Review and evaluation C. Nails 1. Anatomy a. Composition b. Structure c. Properties d. Safety Precautions and sanitation e. Review and evaluation X. Introduction to Manicuring & Pedicuring 18

Objective: After lecture, discussion and demonstration, students will demonstrate their ability to use professional manicuring and pedicuring implements, to give complete manicures and pedicures and to practice safety and sanitation procedures by achieving 80% on written and practical tests and by performing 10 acceptable manicures/pedicures. A. B. Introduction Types

1. Plain Form 2B, Page 6 CONTACT HOURS COURSE TOPICS (Continued) 2. Hot Oil C. Procedures (plain) 1. Sanitation 2. Polish removal 3. Filing 4. Cuticle softener application 5. Cuticle loosening & nipping 6. Lotion application & massage 7. Cleansing 8. Polish application D. XI. Procedure (Oil) 12/23 _LECTURE/LAB_

Draping, Shampooing, Rinses and Hair & Scalp Treatments Objective:

After lecture and discussion, students will demonstrate their understanding of basic chemistry as applied to shampoos, conditioners and rinses by achieving 80% or better on a written test. Following lecture, demonstration and practice, students will demonstrate: 1) the correct method of preparing a client for a shampoo service (draping) 2) the correct analysis of hair type and condition 3) the determination of correct products to use on the client and 4) the performance of scalp manipulations and shampooing and rinsing techniques by achieving 80% or more on a written test and by performing a minimum of 7 shampoo services at this level.

A. Draping 1. Methods 2. Techniques B. Shampoo and Conditioners 1. Chemistry 2. Requirements/psychological effects 3. Types - content, characteristics 4. Procedure a) Manipulations b) Rinsing C. Client Consultations D. Scalp & Hair Treatments 1. Classification/Selection 2. Application 3. Benefits

Form 2B, Page 7 CONTACT HOURS COURSE TOPICS (Continued) E. Rinses 1. Classification/Selection 2. Application F. Safety G. Review and evaluation XII. Introduction to Hair Shaping Objective: After lecture, discussion and demonstration, students will be able to identify haircutting implements and demonstrate their use and safe handling practices and perform basic haircutting techniques and hair styles by achieving 80% or better on written and practical tests and by performing a minimum of 2 hairshapings at this level. A. Implement identification 1. Use & handling 2. Safety 3. Sanitation B. Preparation 1. Shampooing 2. Sectioning 3. Client consultation & analysis C. Principles (fundamental) 1. Design line (guide) a. stationary b. traveling 2. Elevation (projection angle) a. definition b. application 3. Types a. layered b. unlayered c. combination 4. Execution – Basic a. plan b. work c. check 20/45 _LECTURE/LAB_

Form 2B, Page 8 CONTACT HOURS COURSE TOPICS (Continued) XIII. Introduction to Wet Hair styling Objective: Following lecture, discussion and demonstration, students will understand the principles of design of hair arranging and be able to demonstrate the creativity and dexterity necessary to perform hair arranging by achieving 80% on written and practical tests and by performing a minimum of 7 hair arrangings. A. Introduction/Purpose B. Implements and materials identification C. Design principles D. Terminology E. Techniques 1. Molding 2. Roller Sets a. Placement (Basic) b. Basic Comb-outs 3. Braiding X. Hair Shaping I 10/30 _LECTURE/LAB_ 12/24

Objective: After lecture, discussion and demonstration, students will be able to identify haircutting implements and demonstrate their use and safe handling practices and perform basic haircutting techniques and hair styles by achieving 80% or better on written and practical tests and by performing a minimum of 3 zero degree (horizontal, diagonal/forward, diagonal backward) hairshapings at this level. A. Implement identification 1. Use & handling 2. Safety 3. Sanitation B. Preparation 1. Shampooing 2. Sectioning 3. Client consultation & analysis C. Principles (fundamental) 1. Design line (guide) a. stationary

Form 2B, Page 9 CONTACT HOURS COURSE TOPICS (Continued) b. traveling 2. Elevation (projection angle) a. definition b. application 3. Types a. layered b. unlayered c. combination 4. Execution – Basic a. plan b. work c. check XI. Final Review & Preparation Objective: Following review and practice, students will demonstrate their ability to perform a minimum of 80% or better on practical and written tests. Total 244 Lecture/156 Lab 24 _LECTURE/LAB_

Form 2B, Page 10 COURSE TITLE: PROGRAM TITLE: CIP NUMBER: Basic Cosmetology Cosmetology 0612.040303

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: 01.0 IDENTIFY CAREER OPPORTUNITIES--The student will be able to: 01.01 02.0 Identify career opportunities in the grooming and salon services field.

EMPLOY SAFE, SANITARY AND EFFICIENT WORK PRACTICES--The student will be able to: 02.01 Using universal precautions, identify decontamination procedures to insure the safety of the client and student in the classroom and laboratory. 02.02 Set-up and operate equipment and utilize materials by mixing chemicals (EPA approved and hospital strength levels) in appropriate proportions according to manufacturer’s instructions. 02.03 Clean and maintain implements by using appropriately mixed chemicals and following the procedures for decontamination of tools per Chapter 61G5.002(2), F.A.C. 02.04 Apply teamwork procedures and social skills in following the rules for professional ethics and demonstrate a cultural awareness of hygiene and socialized differences by using active listening skills. 02.05 Describe, observe, identify and analyze the functions, structures, and diseases and disorders of hair, skin and nails. Demonstrate and communicate to the client the proper care of hair, skin, and nails through cleanliness, nutrition, and healthful living.

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DEMONSTRATE APPROPRIATE UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE AS IT RELATES TO GROOMING AND SALON SERVICES --The student will be able to: 03.01 Identify science processes that apply to decontamination and infection control.

03.03 Identify basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology. 03.05 Identify math skills that apply to grooming and salon services. 05.0 DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP-MANAGEMENT SKILLS -- The student will be able to: 05.01 Define entrepreneurship-management skills.

05.02 Describe the importance of entrepreneurship to the American economy. 05.03 List the advantages and disadvantages of business ownership. 05.04 Identify the risks involved in ownership of a business. 05.05 Identify the necessary personal characteristics of a successful entrepreneur. 05.06 Identify the business skills needed to operate a small business efficiently and effectively.

Form 2B, Page 11 LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (continued) 06.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF FLORIDA LAW AND STATE BOARD REQUIREMENTS -- The student will be able to: 06.02 Demonstrate Universal HIV/AIDS Precaution Procedures for the salon and knowledge of appropriate behavior in dealing with persons who may have the virus or syndrome. 07.0 IDENTIFY SHAMPOO/HAIR CONDITIONERS AND SCALP TREATMENTS. EVALUATE SCALP AND HAIR NEEDS BY ANALYSIS, DEMONSTRATING AN AWARENESS OF DISEASES AND DISORDERS. COMMUNICATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS AND REACTIONS OF SHAMPOOS, CONDITIONERS, AND RINSES WITH WATER AND EACH OTHER. DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF ELECTRICAL CURRENT, TRANSFER OF ENERGY AND HOW IT AFFECTS THE SKIN. DEMONSTRATE APPLICATION OF SHAMPOO, MANIPULATIONS AND RINSING --The student will be able to: 07.02 Analyze and evaluate the hair’s chemical composition and structure. 07.03 Identify different compositions of shampoos. the choice of products to meet client’s needs. 07.04 Understand the chemical reaction of the shampoo molecule on the hair and scalp and utilize proper manipulations. 07.05 Rinse shampoo thoroughly from hair and scalp. Understand the chemical reaction of shampoo with water composition, temperature and electrostatic force of each. 07.06 Identify different compositions of conditioners. the choice of products to meet client’s needs. 07.07 Apply treatment or conditioner according to manufacturer’s directions. 07.10 Remove conditioner or treatment, if required. Understand the chemical reaction of conditioners/treatments with the water, manufacturing recommendations, and client’s needs. 08.0 IDENTIFY AND PERFORM HAIR SHAPING (CUTTING). IDENTIFY AND ANALYZE SPHERES AND DIMENSIONAL SHAPES USING VISUALIZATION. ILLUSTRATE WAYS IN WHICH GEOMETRIC SHAPES CAN BE COMBINED, SUBDIVIDED AND CHANGED IN PERFORMING HAIRCUTS ON A MANIKIN OR CLIENT. COMMUNICATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE DETERMINATION OF STRATEGIES NECESSARY TO MEET INDIVIDUAL CLIENT NEEDS--The student will be able to: 08.02 Select and utilize hair cutting implements and techniques using scissors, razors, and clippers, texturizing implements and utilizing universal precautions. of the hair. Select proper implements, identify implement parts, and utilize implements properly by using knowledge of hair structure and condition Utilize problem solving skills determine the appropriate products and applications to communicate an understanding of factors that influence Utilize problem-solving skills to determine the appropriate products and applications and communicate an understanding of factors that influence

Form 2B, Page 12 LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (continued) 08.03 Make a decision using active listening and knowledge of hair to determine desired implementation and results. Divide the head into sections according to head structure of client for desired haircut (dry/wet). Use appropriate elevation and proceed with hair cut to obtain desired results, (solid form, graduated, layered, over-directed and combinations thereof). 08.04 Edge and clean neckline using the bone structure of the head and texture of the hair to the appropriate shape and length, using the razor, clipper or scissors. 08.06 Decontaminate, clean and maintain cutting implements using universal sanitation procedures by appropriately mixing chemicals (EPA approved and hospital strength levels) and following the manufacturer’s directions and the procedure for decontamination of tools per Chapter 61G5.002(2), F.A.C. 13.0 DEMONSTRATE THE PRACTICE OF PERFORMING MANICURES, PEDICURES, AND APPLY ARTIFICIAL NAILS/NAIL WRAPS IDENTIFYING THE PROPER PROCEDURE AND APPLICATION OF CHEMICALS-The student will be able to: 13.02 Clean and maintain implements by using appropriately mixed chemicals (EPA approved and hospital strength levels) and following the procedures for decontamination of tools per Chapter 61G5.002(2), F.A.C. Assemble, set up, and operate equipment according to manufacturer’s instructions. 13.04 Demonstrating the proper technique and safety precautions and utilizing knowledge of anatomy of the nail structure, diseases and disorders of the skin and nail, chemistry of compounds and their reaction to the skin, angles and curves; correctly shape the natural nail, soften and care for the cuticles and trim hangnails. Perform proper techniques for smoothing and buffing the nails by demonstrating knowledge of anatomy of nails, chemistry of products and safety precautions. 13.06 Perform proper techniques for foot care, including sanitizing and soaking, by demonstrating knowledge of the chemistry of products on the skin and implements, and following the manufacturer's directions. 13.07 13.15 Demonstrate knowledge of anatomy of the skin and nails, and chemistry of products by performing the proper massage techniques to the hands and feet. Applying knowledge of the chemical reactions of products to the skin and nails, correctly demonstrate ability to properly polish the nail with a base, color and topcoat to make a smooth even shade to the nail, relying on consultation with client. Demonstrate ability create artful scenes on a minute surface.

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