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					                                                          Hair& Beauty Studies Diploma Level 2
                                                   Scheme of work unit 2.3 The Science of Hair and Beauty


Week                  Principal learning                    Resources                Learning Activities                     Learning Outcomes                         Functional &PLLTS
   1              Fundamental aspects of                 Skin structure           Label images of skin                 Ref LO1                                            English
                       the anatomy and                   Personal                 structure using Velcro               Know the fundamental aspects                       ICT
                 physiology related to hair              dictionaries             labels                               of the anatomy and physiology
                      and beauty sector                  Gapped                   Use smart screen drop                related to the hair and beauty
                     Deliver underpinning                handouts                 and drag to label hair
                 knowledge collect data and              Hair swatches            structure/jigsaw of name                      AC1 Outline the
                       carryout research                 Rulers                   and description                                structure and function of
                The four functions of the skin                                    Take time to input all                         the body in relation to
                Protection, Sensation,                                            technical language in                          services within the hair
                excretion and secretion                                           dictionaries with                              and beauty sector using
                Layers of the skin,                                               description                                    terminology
                epidermis, dermis,                                                Gapped handout on
                subcutaneous layer, oil                                           physical and chemical
                (sebaceous) and sweat                                             properties
                (sudoriferous) glands                                             Cut and stick growth
                Function and processes of                                         stages and describe
                basic cell renewal, sweat                                         each stage
                production sebum secretion                                        Examine 3 swatches of
                Structure of the hair, cuticle,                                   hair (Asian Afro
                cortex, medulla including                                         Caribbean and
                hair follicle, dermal papillae                                    European) put in
                Structure and function of                                         portfolios discuss the
                nail, nail plate, cuticle,                                        difference
                lunaula, free edge, nail bed,                                     Examine each others
                matrix and hyponychium                                            hair
                eponychium                                                        Measure each others
                Nail functions and processes                                      hair and calculate age
                protection, touch, nail growth




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                                                          Hair& Beauty Studies Diploma Level 2
                                                   Scheme of work unit 2.3 The Science of Hair and Beauty

                Physical and chemical
                properties of the hair
                Hair growth and stages
                anagen, catagen and
                telegen
                Hair types and textures


     2            Fundamental aspects of                 Internet        Use the interactive BBC                       Ref LO1                                                English
                      the anatomy and                    Paper card glue resource to learn bones                       Know the fundamental aspects                           ICT
                 physiology related to hair              scissors        and muscles                                   of the anatomy and physiology
                     and beauty sector                                   Produce moving labelled                       related to the hair and beauty
                Collate       research     and                           skeleton all labelled and
                produce       skeletons    and                           in correct position                                    AC1 Outline the
                muscle bodies                                            Produce moving and                                      structure and function of
                Bones of the head, frontal                               labelled muscles                                        the body in relation to
                occipital, parietal, temporal,                           Produce life sized                                      services within the hair
                zygomatic, maxillae,                                     labelled hand to include                                and beauty sector using
                mandible, cervical vertebrae                             all features of nail bed                                terminology
                Muscles and position of face
                and neck including frontalis,
                occipitalis, zygomaticus,
                masseter, orbicularis oris,
                orbicularis oculi, platysma,
                trapezius and
                sternocleidopmastoid and
                action of
                Bones of the Lower arms
                and Hands, radius, ulna,
                carpals, metacarpals,




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                                                   Scheme of work unit 2.3 The Science of Hair and Beauty

                phlangesface
                Muscles and position of
                flexors, extensors, thenar
                and hypothenar, eminences
                and action of
                Bones of the lower legs and
                feet position of fibula, tibia,
                tarsals, metatarsals and
                phalanges
                Muscles and position of
                tibialis, anterior,
                gastrocnemius, soleus and
                flexors, extensors of the toes
                and action of



     3          Key factors that affect                  Internet                 Discussion/re-cap on                 Ref LO2                                                ICT
                health and conditions of                 Paper scissors           personal presentation                Understand the key factors that                        English
                hair skin and nail                       glue                     activity what not to wear            affect health and conditions of
                Deliver           underpinning           Text books               at work                              the hair, skin and nails
                knowledge           carry out            Resource library         Investigate personal
                investigation and research                                        hygiene, and the cause                        AC2 Assess the
                Important factors to be                                           of body odour                                  common conditions
                considered prior to carrying                                      Sterilisation of tools put                     indicating poor health
                out a hair/beauty service                                         objects in correct                             and condition
                Effects of external and                                           sterilisation units                           AC3 Evaluate how the
                physical damage including                                         Identifying infectious                         key factors can affect
                effects of Ultra violet, heat                                     conditions from                                health and condition
                and humidity from natural                                         description use




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                                                   Scheme of work unit 2.3 The Science of Hair and Beauty

                and artificial sources                                            GOOGLE IMAGE to look
                How age effects growth, and                                       up conditions,
                cell renewal, colour                                              Investigate a healthy diet
                pigmentation                                                      over non-healthy
                Effects of health and lifestyle                                   Investigate the benefit of
                on the skin and hair                                              exercise
                Features of hair and skin in                                      Investigate stress causes
                good condition                                                    and techniques to avoid
                Features of hair and skin in                                      Investigate affect of poor
                poor condition                                                    posture and deportment
                Personal hygiene                                                  on the bones and
                Methods of sterilisation and                                      muscles of the body
                importance of identifying
                infectious conditions
                Avoiding cross infection
                Identifying infectious,
                bacterial, fungal, viral,
                pediculosis infestation and
                non-infectious conditions
                dermatitis eczema psoriasis
                Understanding how different
                systems in the body effects
                conditions, such as allergies
                and sensitivities itching, skin
                irritation, inflammation,
                eczema, dermatitis,
                psoriasis acne histamine




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     4          Key factors that affect                                           Produce an information               Ref LO2                                                ICT
                health and conditions of Notes                                    flyer on an infectious               Understand the key factors that                        English
                hair skin and nail           Text books                           condition which could be             affect health and conditions of
                Collate, information reflect Internet                             displayed at school, DRs             the hair, skin and nails
                and produce flyers and                                            surgery include signs
                posters                                                           symptoms remedy and                           AC2 Assess the
                                                                                  images                                         common conditions
                                                                                  Produce a team mood                            indicating poor health
                                                                                  bored relating to diet,                        and condition
                                                                                  exercise, stress poor                         AC3 Evaluate how the
                                                                                  posture and present                            key factors can affect
                                                                                                                                 health and condition

     5          Key services within the                                           Collect price lists from a           Ref LO3
                hair and beauty sector the                                        hair salon, nail bar,                Know the principles of the key
                products        used        and                                   beauty salon and spa                 services within the hair and
                ingredients      and       their                                  Identify which services              beauty sector, the products
                effects should be split up                                        they have knowledge on               used and their ingredients and
                remove lesson 5 and add                                           Presentation of areas                their effects
                beauty etc                                                        unsure of over next 5                     AC4 Identify the
                    Services provided by                                          weeks                                         combined effects of
                    the hair sector including                                     Analysing a selection of                      electricity, water, light,
                    drying, setting, perming,                                     products looking at                           heat, products and
                    straightening           and                                   smell, texture,                               ingredients on hair and
                    colouring                                                     manufacturers instruction                     beauty services
                    Services provided by the                                      Researching ingredients
                    beauty             industry                                   contained in products
                    cleansing, moisturising,                                      and whether acid or
                    exfoliating depilation                                        alkaline testing with
                    Services provided by the                                      litmus paper




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                    spa               industry                                    Presentation on the ph of
                    electrotherapy,                                               skin and hair
                    aromatherapy,       baths,                                    Presentation of the
                    steam and sauna                                               effects of air, water
                    Services provided by the                                      temperature
                    nail industry colouring,                                      Produce a ph scale
                    hardening                                                     ready for next week
                    Investigate             key                                   Apply products to hair
                    products used by each                                         swatches and record and
                    sector,    hair-shampoo,                                      discuss findings
                    conditioner,        styling                                   Discussion on electricity
                    products, restructurants,                                     used in services
                    perms,     colours      and
                    relaxers Skin-cleansers,                                      Finish flyers and mood
                    toners,      moisturisers,                                    boards from last week
                    masks colour pigments
                    in      makeup,        skin
                    exfoliants, paraffin wax
                    and oils Nail- Nail
                    enamel     nail    varnish
                    removers            cuticle
                    removers
                    Investigate Ingredients
                    and their effect on the
                    hair, skin and nails.
                    green tea, shea butter,
                    honey,          seaweed,
                    menthol,           quillaja,
                    saponica,     tea     tree,
                    lavender,       parabens,




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                    petrolatum,       isopropyl,
                    alcohols/myristate,
                    sodium laureth, sulphate,
                    glycerine, glycolic acid,
                    ammonium thioglycolate,
                    sodium            hydroxide
                    hydrogen peroxide
                    Investigate the effects of
                    the above products on
                    the hair and skin, scalp
                    and nails
                    Introduce the PH scale
                    and discuss values of
                    hair and skin
                    Introduce litmus paper
                    Investigate the effects of
                    air        and        water
                    temperature on hair,
                    scalp,        skin      and
                    circulation
                    Understand the effects of
                    soft and hard water on
                    equipment and products
                    Understand why we use
                    electricity     such     as
                    electro-therapy,
                    electrolysis,          high
                    frequency thermolysis




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                Shampooing                                                        Carry out the oil and                Ref LO3
                                                                                  water experiment
                Re-cap on the hair structure                                      Smell and tell activity to           Know the principles of the key
                especially the lay of the                                         identify common                      services within the hair and
     6          cuticle                                                           ingredients within all               beauty sector, the products
                Understand the PH scale                                           shampoos for certain                 used and their ingredients and
                and its effect on the hair                                        hair types                           their effects
                shaft                                                             Make sponge BOB out of                    AC4 Identify the
                Understand the ingredients                                        template and keep in                          combined effects of
                within shampoo/conditioners                                       portfolios                                    electricity, water, light,
                and its effect on the hair                                        PH test shampoos from                         heat, products and
                Importance of posture while                                       chemist and from salon                        ingredients on hair and
                shampooing                                                        Carry out practical                           beauty services
                Understanding importance of                                       activity of massage
                personal hygiene                                                  movements, on each
                Re-cap from practical on 3                                        other or blocks
                main massage movements                                            Produce a leaflet on
                and when to use them                                              massage movements
                Why we repeat the shampoo                                         including when to use
                Understand what build up of                                       and when not to use,
                products does to the hair                                         advice clients on the
                Understand the effects of                                         benefit of buying
                water temperature on the                                          products from salons as
                hair                                                              opposed to chemists
                Understand how to avoid                                           include the PH scale
                dermatitis




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     7
                Blow dry and setting                                                                                   Ref LO3
                 Factors to consider before                                                                            Know the principles of the key
                 blow drying                                                                                           services within the hair and
                 Understand ranges                                                                                     beauty sector, the products
                 needed to cover practical                                                                             used and their ingredients and
                 Understand techniques                                                                                 their effects
                 needed to gain effect                                                                                      AC4 Identify the
                 wanted                                                                                                         combined effects of
                 Understand dry and wet                                                                                         electricity, water, light,
                 setting                                                                                                        heat, products and
                 Understand on and off                                                                                          ingredients on hair and
                 base and how it will                                                                                           beauty services
                 influence the outcome of
                 the style
                 Understand the physical
                 changes to the hair during
                 alpha and beta
                 Understand how flow of
                 dryer and heat effects style
                 To have good knowledge
                 of products available and
                 their use to achieve
                 desired look including long
                 hair
                 To be able to give good
                 after care advice to clients




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                       Colour and light                                                                                Ref LO5                                       CT1 Generating ideas
                Introduce the colour                                                                                   Be able to select                             and exploring
                spectrum                                                                                               complementary colours to                      possibilities
                Introduce white light                                                                                  enhance skin tone, product and                CT5 Trying out
                Effect of natural and artificial                                                                       clothing within the hair and                  alternatives or new
     8          light on the colour we see                                                                             beauty sector                                 solutions and follow
                Primary colours and pigment                                                                                 AC7 Select and try out                  ideas through
                mixtures                                                                                                       colours to enhance skin
                Secondary colours                                                                                              tone, product and
                The colour wheel                                                                                               clothing
                Depth and tone
                Pigmentation
                White hair
                Warm and cool tones
                Skin tone and
                complimentary colours,
                clothing, nails, makeup
                Natural and artificial colour
                Applications to other
                industries photography, TV
                fashion shows, theatre arts
                advertising media, bridal
                make-up




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     9          Introduction to colour                                            Carry out jigsaw activity            Ref LO3
                                                                                  of all colours and how               Know the principles of the key
                4 tier system of colours                                          long they last                       services within the hair and
                Temporary, semi, quasi                                            Pin the molecules on the             beauty sector, the products
                permanent and bleach                                              hair shaft activity                  used and their ingredients and
                Effects on hair structure                                         Colouring swatches of                their effects
                Hydrogen peroxide                                                 hair using the 4 tiers with               AC4 Identify the
                Re-cap on testing                                                 and without heat record                       combined effects of
                Effects of temperature                                            results                                       electricity, water, light,
                Effects of heat                                                   Testing swatches after                        heat, products and
                Colouring white hair                                              colouring to see if any                       ingredients on hair and
                PH re-cap                                                         change                                        beauty services
                                                                                  Colouring white hair with
                                                                                  and without base using
                                                                                  different volumes of
                                                                                  peroxide record results
                                                                                  Diluting peroxide using
                                                                                  formulae to achieve
                                                                                  strength needed

    10                     Perming                                                                                     Ref LO3
                The importance of client                                                                               Know the principles of the key
                preparation                                                                                            services within the hair and
                Safety considerations                                                                                  beauty sector, the products
                Contra indications                                                                                     used and their ingredients and
                Test to be carried out                                                                                 their effects
                The effects of perming and                                                                                  AC4 Identify the
                neutralising on the hair                                                                                        combined effects of
                structure                                                                                                       electricity, water, light,
                How temperature effects the                                                                                     heat, products and




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                process                                                                                                          ingredients on hair and
                Timings and development                                                                                          beauty services
                Rinsing products
                Restoring the ph
                Direction and degree of
                movement
                Acid and alkaline products
                Pre and post perm
                conditions
                After care advice
                Different winds and their
                uses
                Methods of application of
                perm lotions
                Problems and faults

    11
                Beauty & nails how many                                                                                Ref LO3
                weeks??                                                                                                Know the principles of the key
                                                                                                                       services within the hair and
                                                                                                                       beauty sector, the products
                                                                                                                       used and their ingredients and
                                                                                                                       their effects
                                                                                                                            AC4 Identify the
                                                                                                                                combined effects of
                                                                                                                                electricity, water, light,
                                                                                                                                heat, products and
                                                                                                                                ingredients on hair and
                                                                                                                                beauty services




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    12          Conduct a range of                                                Examine hair swatches                 Ref LO4
                common testing                                                    in good condition                    Know the fundamental aspects                  SM2 Working towards
                procedures interpret and                                          Examine hair swatches                of the anatomy and physiology                 goals, showing
                record test results                                               which are porous and                 related to the hair and beauty                initiative, commitment
                Introduce term consultation                                       bleached                             sector                                        and perseverance
                Hair and skin structure re-                                       Re-cap discussion on                      AC5 Select, organise                    SM3 Organise time
                cap cuticle and cortex,                                           features of hair and skin                    and carry out tests                   and resources,
                layers of the skin                                                structure                                    commonly used on hair,                prioritising actions
                PH scale and effects of                                           Re-label from memory                         skin and nails and those              SM4 Anticipating time,
                products on the hair                                              identifying key features                     to test pH and water                  take and manage
                Conducting elasticity,                                            of each                                      identifying the purposes              risks
                porosity tests, condition test,                                   Discussion on necessity                      of the test
                strand test, tactile tests,                                       of testing, show news                     AC6 Interpret, record
                sensitivity tests,                                                paper clippings of horror                    and review the results of
                incompatibility                                                   stories                                      tests
                PH testing in detail                                              Conduct a risk and
                soft and hard water tests                                         coshh assessment
                Re-cap from Health and                                            before testing
                safety, risk assessment,                                          Carry out all tests on
                PPE, the importance of                                            each other and on
                following manufacturer’s                                          swatches record
                instructions, COSHH,                                              outcomes, keep in
                Consequences of not                                               portfolios
                carrying out tests, protect                                       Carryout jigsaw activity
                health of client, efficiency of                                   of placing test, why,
                products, determine hair and                                      when, outcome in teams
                skin condition                                                    Produce a user friendly
                Know alternative treatments                                       wall chart of all tests and
                to carryout,                                                      there importance to
                Understand how to follow                                          display in salon for all




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                and complete assessments                                          staff to follow
                on clients health and                                             Testing products from
                conditions in preparation for                                     last week for exact ph
                assessment                                                        value plot onto own pH
                                                                                  scale and record the
                                                                                  effects they would have
                                                                                  on the hair and skin
                                                                                  Plot onto personal ph
                                                                                  scale
                                                                                  Transfer data onto a
                                                                                  blown up hair sample
                                                                                  looking at cuticle scales
                                                                                  Carryout a soft and hard
                                                                                  water experiment
                                                                                  Complete           practise
                                                                                  assessments on each
                                                                                  other in preparation for
                                                                                  final           summative
                                                                                  assessment
    13          Summative           practical                                                                                                                        SM2 Working towards
                assessment                                                                                                                                           goals, showing
                Carry out 3 client                                                                                                                                   initiative, commitment
                assessments to determine                                                                                                                             and perseverance
                health and condition using                                                                                                                           SM3 Organise time
                knowledge of anatomy and                                                                                                                             and resources,
                physiology                                                                                                                                           prioritising actions
                Recording observations                                                                                                                               SM4 Anticipating time,
                Choose appropriate                                                                                                                                   take and manage
                products                                                                                                                                             risks
                Carry out tests and




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                recording results PH and
                incompatibility hard and soft
                water
                Suggest colour to enhance
                skin, nails




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