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					                                             Volume 1                           •     August 2010

                                                      Table of Contents
Accrediting & Licensing ............................................. 1               School Hours ............................................................... 1
Additional Tuition Surcharge .................................. 18                    School Rules .............................................................. 23
Admissions ................................................................... 1      Student Conduct ....................................................... 24
Advising ..................................................................... 21     Student Records ........................................................ 20
Advisory Board ............................................................ 2         Student Visa .............................................................. 21
Attendance Policy ..................................................... 19            Transfer Policy/Evaluation ........................................ 26
Breaks and Meals ..................................................... 20             Tuition and Fees ....................................................... 25
Business Office Staff................................................... 3            Veteran’s Policies ...................................................... 21
Campus Security ........................................................ 21           Veteran’s Evaluation Previous Training .................. 26
Cancellation and Refund Policy .............................. 23
Class Change Policy .................................................. 20
Class Dates/Holidays - New Port Richey ................. 28                           Programs
Class Dates/Holidays - Spring Hill ........................... 29                     NPR = New Port Richey Campus
Course Numbering System......................................... 4                    SH = Spring Hill Campus
Disciplinary Committee ............................................ 22
Dress Code ................................................................... 1         Barber Styling
Educational Objective ................................................ 1                    Outline (NPR & SH Campus) ............................. 4
Evaluation/Dexterity/Physical Challenges ................ 25                                Tuition ................................................................. 5
Exam and License Fees ............................................ 26                    Restricted Barber (NPR Campus)........................... 5
Facilities and Equipment............................................ 3                   Cosmetology
Financial Aid .........................................................3, 25                Outline (NPR & SH Campus) ............................. 6
Grading Procedure ................................................... 20                    Tuition ................................................................. 7
Graduation Requirements ........................................ 22                      Cosmetology/Barber Styling
Grievance Procedures ............................................... 21                     Outline (NPR Campus) ....................................... 7
Housing ...................................................................... 21           Tuition ................................................................. 9
Instructional Staff ....................................................... 2            Facial/Skin Care
Leave of Absences .................................................... 20                   Outline (NPR & SH Campus) ............................. 9
Lockers and Personal Belongings ........................... 24                              Tuition .............................................................. 10
Make-Up Policy ......................................................... 22              Full Specialty
Map ........................................................................... 30          Outline (NPR Campus) ..................................... 10
Maximum Time Frame ............................................. 19                         Tuition ............................................................... 11
Mission ......................................................................... 1      Instructor Training
Nondiscrimination Policy .......................................... 27                      Outline (NPR Campus) ..................................... 12
Nonimmigrant Alien Status ..................................... 21                          Tuition ............................................................... 13
Occupations ............................................................... 26           Manicuring/Nail Extension I
Personal Services ....................................................... 20                Outline (NPR Campus) ..................................... 13
Placement Services .................................................... 22                  Tuition ............................................................... 14
Policy on Academic Remediation ........................... 22                            Manicuring/Nail Extension II
Policy on Student Scholarships ............................... 19                           Outline (NPR & SH Campus) ........................... 14
Progress Tests/Reports .............................................. 20                    Tuition .............................................................. 15
Re-enrollment Policy ................................................ 20                 Massage Therapy
Re-establishing Eligibility for Financial Aid ........... 18                                Outline (NPR & SH Campus) ........................... 15
Release of Information ............................................ 26                      Tuition .............................................................. 17
Reserved Rights ......................................................... 22                               MBER                                       L
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                 Cosmetology*


       WANT TO LEARN?


                 Nail Tech                 Barbering*




                                               Facial



                 Massage*

                 Financial Aid Available
                 to Those Who Qualify

                 *High School Diploma
                 or GED Required

7027 US Hwy 19, New Port Richey, FL 34652
1486 Pinehurst Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34606
Admissions:   727-848-8415
www.isbschool.com
                 Mission
                                                       1-703-600-7600. NACCAS is recognized by the U.S.
                                                       Department of Education as the national accredit-
    Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc. pro-   ing agency for cosmetology schools.
vides career preparation in the Cosmetology arts            Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc.
and sciences including Barbering, Skin Care, In-       is licensed by the Commission for Independent
structor Training, Massage Therapy and Nail Care       Education, Florida Department of Education. Ad-
in order to prepare the student for employment         ditional information regarding this institution may
in the Beauty Industry to serve God, the family        be obtained by contacting the Commission at 325
and community.                                         West Gaines Street, Suite 1414, Tallahassee, FL
    Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc.,       32399-0400, toll-free telephone number (888) 224-
we are a private school specializing in voca-          6684. Florida Education License #3101.
tional training in Cosmetology and related arts             Certificates from these agencies are on display
and sciences. It was founded in the spring of          at the school.
1976, accredited 1979. It was located at 7127 U.S.          We are an approved institution for Veterans’
Highway 19, New Port Richey. Over the years the        Training and Department of Immigration.
school has grown and we have moved to 7027                  We are an approved provider of CEU’s by The
U.S. Highway 19, New Port Richey.                      Department of Business & Professional Regulation
    In 2009 an additional campus was opened at         for Cosmetology, Skincare and Nails.
1486 Pinehurst Drive, Spring Hill FL 34606.                 Our provider number for massage therapy is
                                                       MCE288-05 from the Florida Department of Health
                                                       Division of Medical Quality Assurance Board of
School’s Governing Body                                Massage Therapy.
     Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc.,
7027 U.S. Highway 19, New Port Richey, FL 34652.
The officers of the corporation, since January                      Admissions
2004, are Patrick J. Bené and Vicki L. Bené.               All programs require applicants have proof of
     Bene’s International School of Beauty Spring      being above the age of compulsory school atten-
Hill Campus is owned by Bene’s International           dance. In Florida, this is 16 years of age or above.
School of Beauty, Inc., 7027 U.S. Highway 19,          Also required is that students have a High School
New Port Richey, FL 34652. The officers of the         Diploma, GED or pass the Wonderlic Basic Skills
corporation, since January 2004, are Patrick J. Bené   Test.
and Vicki L. Bené. Bene’s International School             Instructor Training students must hold a cur-
of Beauty, Inc. is licensed by the Commission for      rent Florida Cosmetology License AND have two
Independent Education, Florida Department of           years salon experience.
Education, Florida Education License # 3101.               The school cannot guarantee anyone with a
                                                       criminal background will be issued a license. You
                                                       may have to appear before the board prior to
                                                       testing or prior to receiving a license.
 Educational Objective
    Our objective is to provide students with di-
versified, integrated theory and practical courses                School Hours
based on eight sources selected from the com-          The school hours of operation are:
mon body of knowledge of cosmetology, nails               Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
and skin care. This prepares the Cosmetology and          Saturday and Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Barbering students to pass a State Exam so that

                                                                    Dress Code
the students may receive a license from the State
of Florida, and prepares the Specialty students to
pass a school exam, to apply for a specialty regis-    1. Cosmetology, Barber, and Nail students will
tration. Massage students are provided diversified,       be issued one short sleeved jacket with their
integrated, theory and practical courses based on         name and the school’s name embroidered on
twelve NCBTMB sources. This prepares the mas-             the front. Students must be wearing their
sage student to pass a national certification exam.       jacket at all times while on school property.
                                                          Students may wear their street clothes under

Accrediting And Licensing
                                                          the jacket. In order to maintain a professional
                                                          appearance, no jeans with holes or too short
    We are Accredited by the National Accredit-           shorts.
ing Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences        2. Massage and Facials will be issued two sets of
(NACCAS), located at 4401 Ford Ave., Suite 1300,          scrubs and these must be worn everyday at all
Alexandria, VA 22302, telephone number                    times while on school property.

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3. Shoes should be comfortable and closed toe.           •	 Anita	 Nugent,	 Cosmetology	 Instructor
4. New students will be issued a Bene’s t-shirt          	 Licensed	 Cosmetologist	 –	 Kay	 Laura	 School	 of	
   that will be their uniform until their “official”        Beauty, Hicksville, NY – Diploma
   uniform comes in (usually 10 business days).          •	 Elani	 Kangelaris,	 Cosmetology	 Instructor
                                                            Licensed Cosmetologist – International School of
                                                            Beauty, New Port Richey, FL – Diploma

    Instructional Staff *
                                                         •	 Ronald	 Ruggles,	 Barber	 Instructor
                                                            Licensed Barber Instructor – Cambria Barber,
                                                            Johnstown, PA – Diploma
      New Port Richey                                    •	 Diane	 Pellicane,	 Cosmetology	 Instructor
                                                            Licensed Cosmetologist – International School of
•	 Louise	 Sedicino,	 Cosmetology/Barber	 Instructor
                                                            Beauty, New Port Richey, FL – Diploma
   Licensed Barber & Cosmetologist – European
                                                         •	 Gillian	 Joyce,	 Massage	 Instructor
   Academy, Union, NJ – Diploma
                                                            Licensed Massage Therapist – International
•	 Robert	 Bridgewater,	 Barber	 Instructor
                                                            School of Beauty, New Port Richey, FL – Diploma
   Licensed Barber – Roffler Hair Design, Tampa, FL
                                                         •	 Joyelle	 Stramiello,	 Massage	 Instructor
   – Diploma
                                                            Licensed Massage Therapist – International
•	 Barbara	 Callahan,	 Facial	 Instructor
                                                            School of Beauty, New Port Richey, FL – Diploma
   Licensed Facial Specialist – International School
                                                         •	 Ethel	 Smith,	 Part	 Time	 Attendance	 Assistant	 in	
   of Beauty, New Port Richey, FL – Diploma
                                                            the Spring Hill Branch. Facial Instructor
•	 Lauren	 Calzadilla,	 Massage	 Instructor
                                                            Licensed Facial Specialist – International School
   Licensed Massage Therapist – International School
                                                            of Beauty, New Port Richey, FL – Diploma
   of Beauty, New Port Richey, FL – Diploma
                                                         *All staff are full time unless otherwise noted.
•	 Karrie	 Taylor,	 Massage	 Instructor
   Licensed Massage Therapist – Harold J. Reilly
   School of Massage Therapy, New Port Richey, FL
   – Diploma                                                         Guest Speaker
•	 Colleen	 Rizzo,	 Cosmetology	 Instructor              •	 Dr.	 Erce	 Phillips,	 M.A.,	 C.S.C.S.
   Licensed Cosmetologist – Regency Beauty, Joliet,
   IL – Diploma
•	 Johnella	 Kozlowski,	 Nail	 Instructor
   Licensed Cosmetologist – Artistic Nails & Beauty                Advisory Board
   Academy, Tampa, FL – Diploma                              The Bene’s International School of Beauty Ad-
•	 Marion	 Dove,	 Facial	 &	 Massage	 Instructor         visory Board consists of seven members and meets
   Licensed Massage Therapist and Facial Special-        bi-annually or more often if needed.
   ist – International School of Beauty, New Port        •	 Dr.	 Erce	 Phillips,	 M.A.,	 C.S.C.S.	 is	 a	 licensed	
   Richey, FL – Diploma                                     Chiropractic Physician and the owner of P.E.A.C.
•	 Ella	 (Suzy)	 Pepito,	 Nail	 Instructor                  Spinal Clinic located at 1801 U.S. Hwy. 19, Holi-
   Licensed Nail Specialist – Suncoast Beauty School,       day, FL, (727) 862-1500. Dr. Phillips instructs the
   New Port Richey, FL – Diploma                            Massage Therapy course at Bene’s International
•	 Dawn	 Perez,	 Cosmetology	 Instructor                    School of Beauty in anatomy and physiology.
	 Licensed	 Cosmetologist	 –	 McKee	 Vocational	 &       •	 Paul	 Force	 –	 A	 graduate	 student	 of	 B.I.S.B. and
   Technical High School, Stanton Island, NY – Diploma      the owner of Hair Force a successful Barber
•	 Cindy	 Tartaglia,	 Cosmetology	 Instructor               Shop in New Port Richey. This shop is located at
   Licensed Cosmetologist – American College of             5622 Trouble Creek Road, New Port Richey, FL
   Cosmetology, Madison, NJ – Diploma                       34652, (727) 849-7052.
•	 Denise	 Brown,	 Cosmetology	 Instructor               •	 Gina	 Schalamo	 –	 Cosmetologist,	 salon	 owner,	
   Licensed Cosmetologist – Diploma                         Ridge Road, Port Richey, FL.
•	 Jan	 Lostaglia,	 Cosmetology	 Instructor              •	 Anthony	 Nunn	 –	 Anthony	 is	 the	 CFO	 of	 Clark-
   Licensed Cosmetologist – Manatee Vocational              son Eye Care and has been instrumental in
   Technical, Bradenton, FL – Diploma                       helping the school locate and acquire real
*All staff are full time unless otherwise noted.            estate for the new location that the school
                                                            moved to last year.
                                                         •	 Donna Hennessey, Cosmetologist, Salon Owner, lo-
    Instructional Staff                                     cated at 1011 Bryn Mawr Papillion, Nebraska, (402)
                                                            537-1956, provides for B.I.S.B. as a Salon Owner
        Spring Hill                                         advisor and retail product advisor.
                                                         •	 Paul	 Marcy,	 Real	 Estate	 Investor,	 3145	 Canal	
•	 Tiffaney	 Bené,	 Nail	 Instructor
                                                            Drive, Palm Harbor, FL, 34684, (813) 263-4694.
   Licensed Nail Specialist – Bene’s International
                                                            Paul Marcy is an area Real Estate Investor and
   School of Beauty, New Port Richey, FL – Diploma

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                                                                Facilities and Equipment
   Agent whose expertise is in the area of com-
   mercial real estate and city commercial growth
   planning.
•	 Beverly	 Diehl,	 Marketing	 Director,	 Long	 Bay	
   Lane, Tampa, FL, (813) 249-7483. Ms. Diehl is
                                                                    New Port Richey
                                                                     Bene’s International School of Beauty, Barber
   the Marketing Director of Linen Source, Casual               & Massage Therapy holds its classes at a newly
   Living and Thompson Cigar, whose expertise is                purchased 10,000 foot facility in New Port Richey,
   in Marketing Techniques.                                     Florida. The facility holds five separate educational
•	 Dilip	 Patel,	 P.A.	 is	 the	 corporate	 attorney	 for	      centers: Cosmetology, Barber, Skin Care, Nail Care
   Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc. and              and Massage Therapy. The facility holds up to 200
   provides legal counsel on corporate matters.                 students on a rotating basis and is equipped with
                                                                a 16 camera security system in the classroom and
                                                                clinic areas.
  Business Office Staff                                              All educational centers are equipped with a
                                                                television set, DVD/VCRs as well as a new comput-
     Business Office Staff offices are located in the           er system with internet access. A student library is
New Port Richey Branch. The office staff serves                 available with books and videos, as well as a stu-
the student population of both the New Port                     dent courtyard with a basketball hoop for breaks.
Richey Branch and the Spring Hill Branch.                       B.I.S.B. is a smoke free facility.
•	 Mr.	 Patrick	 J.	 Bené,	 President
   BS - from College of St. Francis, Joliet IL – Diploma        Massage Education Center
   MBA - from DePaul University, Chicago, IL – Diploma              The Massage department is equipped with
•	 Ms.	 Vicki	 L.	 Bené,	 Vice	 President                       eight tables for the clinic separated by a full
   BS - from Illinois State University, Bloomington,            length curtain for privacy, one Dermalife “Space
   IL – Diploma                                                 Pod” for hydro therapy (Hydrofusion skin and
•	 Mrs.	 Patricia	 Martin,	 Admissions                          body care system), one massage chair for 1/2 hour
   Licensed Cosmetologist, Harpers, Rochester, NY               massages, a Hydrocollater which heats and keeps
   – Diploma                                                    moist heated packets for massages, two large skel-
•	 JoAnn	 DiBlasio,	 Financial	 Aid                             etal dummies, one medium dummy and two small
   Licensed Cosmetologist                                       dummies for educational tools. The Massage Edu-
   BS - International College, Naples, FL – Diploma             cation Center also includes one separate classroom
•	 Mary	 Stuprich,	 Attendance	 Office	 Staff                   for theory learning.
   Licensed Cosmetologist, Bene’s International
   School of Beauty, New Port Richey, FL – Diploma              Facial Education Center
•	 Felicia	 Magliulo,	 Promotions                                    The Facial Education Center consists of three
   BS - University of South Florida, Tampa, FL – Diploma        serenely appointed tables for the clinic area, a
•	 Adrienne	 Inman,	 Substitute	 Part	 Time	                    separate room for waxing, and two massage
   Cosmetology, Facial, Nail Instructor. Full Time              tables used for body wraps. Mag lights are used
   Office Personal Records                                      to review skin, and four galvanic current and
   Licensed Cosmetologist & Full Specialist, Bene’s             vacuum machines are used to care for skin. These
   International School of Beauty, New Port Richey,             machines also include a micro-derm abrasion at-
   FL – Diploma                                                 tachment. The clinic area has a UV towel warmer
*All staff are full time unless otherwise noted.                caddie and two facial steamers. The Facial Educa-
                                                                tion Center has one separate classroom for learn-
                                                                ing.

             Financial Aid                                      Nail Education Center
•	 JoAnn	 DiBlasio,	 Financial	 Aid	 Officer	 -	 Instructor,	      The Nail Education Center consists of seven
   Cosmetologist, A.A., PHCC; B.S. in Management,               granite topped contemporary styled Nail tables,
   International College.                                       ram nail drills and a built in ventilation system.
•	 Weber	 &	 Associates,	 Financial	 Aid	 Servicer.             Three large Massaging/Pedicure Chairs grace this
                                                                department along with an OPI backbar. The class-
                                                                room is inside the Nail Tech area.

                                                                Cosmetology and Barber Education
                                                                Center
                                                                   The Cosmetology Education Center has 23
                                                                granite topped contemporary styled stations, four


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                                                             Course Numbering
Belvedere hair dryers, a separate shampoo area
with five sinks and a washer/dryer for towels.

                                                                  System
The Cosmetology Education Center has a separate
classroom area.
                                                          The prefix are characters that represent the
Barber Education Center                               type of course and the suffix are the numbers
    The Barber Education Center has 17 motorcycle-    that represent the sequence in which they are
styled aluminum stations and shares the shampoo       taught.
area with Cosmetology. The Barber classroom is
within the Barber clinic area.


Facilities and Equipment
        Spring Hill                                              Barber Styling
     The Spring Hill campus is located in Hernando
West Plaza in Spring Hill, Florida. This campus is          New Port Richey & Spring Hill Campus
2,500 feet and will facilitate students from Spring
Hill, Weekie Wachee, Aripeka, Brooksville, Land       Title
O’ Lakes and the Lutz area. The school holds four
                                                                   Barber Styling – 1200 hours
clinic areas and one classroom that will facilitate
all five courses on a rotating basis.
                                                      Objective
Classroom Area                                            The course provides skills to grant the student
    Consists of 25 seat/desks, two DVD/VCR combi-     entry into the barbering profession and provides
nation televisions. A teacher’s desk, computer and    the foundation necessary to pass the State exam.
teacher’s chair.
                                                      Description
Cosmetology and Barber Education                          The course instructs the student in barber
Center                                                practices and state law related to the profession.
    The Cosmetology and Barber Education Center       In addition to classroom theory, the student per-
has 20 Cosmetology/Barber Styling Chairs, three       forms barber services.
shampoo sinks and three shampoo chairs and
professional hair dryers for clients. it also has a   Instructional Methods
washing machine/dryer for towels.                          The theory portion of Barber Styling is de-
                                                      signed for the instructor to review each chapter
Massage Education Center                              on a weekly rotating schedule. In our Barber Styl-
    Three tables for the clinic separated by a full   ing program, the theory portion of the program is
length curtain for privacy. A hydrocollater which     integrated with the practical skills. The following
heats and keeps moist heated packets for mas-         instructional methods are used to present theory
sages, skeletal dummies to use as an educational      and practical lessons:
tool.                                                 •	 Drill	 and	 Practice	 –	 Hands	 on	 step	 by	 step	 prac-
                                                         tical demonstration and repetitive use
Facial Education Center                               •	 Visual	 Aids	 such	 as	 hand	 outs,	 video/DVD,	 flash	
    Tables for the clinic area and a separate pri-       cards, skeletons, mannequins
vate area for waxing. Mag lights, galvanic current    •	 Discussion	 –	 small	 group,	 debates,	 lecture,	 role	
and vacuum machines with a micro-dermabrasion            playing, guided and assisted reading
attachment. The clinic area has a UV towel warm-      •	 Laboratory	 groups,	 field	 trips,	 clinic	 work
er caddie and facial steamers.                        •	 Guest	 lecturers	 and	 educators

Nail Education Center                                 Course Description
    The Nail Education Center consists of contem-
                                                      FLB1 To learn the laws of the State of Florida,
porary styled Nail tables, ram nail drills and mas-
                                                           including how to seek and obtain employ-
saging/pedicure chairs. The room also includes a
                                                           ment, payroll deductions, employment
ventilation system. The Nail Education Center uses
                                                           applications and consumer safety. Intro to
OPI nail products.
                                                           computers. HIV Aids 101-104
                                                      BR2     To describe the growth and reproduction

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        of bacteria. To learn proper techniques of                       vices completed and practical application of their
        sanitation, disinfection and sterilization.                      work. Students are notified prior to these progress
                                                                         tests as to their needs in order to be prepared. An
BR3     To develop chemical understanding of pro-
                                                                         80% average in each skill must be achieved.
        fessional hair products and techniques. To
        learn about hair growth and basic concepts
        of hair science.                                                                         Tuition
BR4     To learn hair cutting via taper cuts:
        1) freehand; 2) shear over comb; 3) clipper
                                                                               BARBER STYLING - 1200 Hours
        over comb, and to learn style cuts which                         12.00 per clock hour              Tuition 14,400.00
        include blow drying.                                                                     Registration Fee     150.00
                                                                                                 Application Fee       50.00
BR5     To learn shampoo procedures by draping,
                                                                         Includes Books,                     Cost $14,600.00
        discuss PH and learn scalp massage.
                                                                         2 pairs of scrubs and kit
BR6     To identify chemical composition of prod-
        ucts in permanent waving, demonstrate hair                       Payment Schedule*
        analysis and perm procedures. To demon-                          The student has the option of paying the tuition
        strate procedures for haircolor and strand                       costs:
        tests, understand hydrogen peroxide, light-                      1. In full prior to attending the first class, or
        ners, single and double process tint. To de-
        fine the purpose of chemical hair relaxing,                      2. Paying the unpaid balance in equal weekly or
        sodium hydroxide and ammonium thioglyco-                            monthly installments.
        tate.                                                            *There is Financial Aid available to those who
BR7     To define and demonstrate shaving using a                        qualify.
        razor to design a mustache and beard, trim
        using clippers, comb and trimmers.                               * All students must schedule an appointment with
*All objectives include safety precautions.                              Admissions to complete license application.
*Students must complete a graduate project.                              * License Registration Fee (payable to the state) is
                                                                         due upon graduation.
Completion Time
    Night full time students may attend 25 hours
per week and complete the course in 48 weeks.
    Night full time class schedule is Monday – Fri-
day, 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. A part time schedule
is available – minimum 12 hours per week (after                                Restricted Barber *
basics).
                                                                                       New Port Richey Campus
Breakdown by Course Number                               Hours
FL1 Florida Laws and Rules .................. 150 Theory                 Student may choose Restricted or Barber Styling.
BR2 Safety Sanitation/Sterilization ....... 325 Theory
BR3 Hair Structure/Chemistry .................. 50 Theory                Breakdown by Course Number                          Hours
BR4 Hair Cutting ............. 150 Practical / 50 Theory                 FL1 Florida Laws and Rules .................. 200 Theory
BR5 Shampooing.....................................75 Practical          BR2 Safety Sanitation/Sterilization ....... 400 Theory
BR6a Perm ...............................................100 Practical   BR3 Hair Structure/Chemistry .................. 75 Theory
BR6b Color/Bleach ...................................200 Practical       BR4 Hair Cutting ...................................300 Practical
BR6c Hair Relax/Curling ...........................50 Practical                a. Taper Cuts
BR7 Shaving, Beard and Mustache .....50 Practical                              I. Freehand
      Trimming                                                                 II. Shear Over Comb
                                                                               III. Clipper Over Comb
HOURS ..........................Theory: 575 Practical: 625*
                                                                               b. Style Cuts (to include blow drying)
TOTAL CLOCK HOURS .......................................... 1200
                                                                         BR5 Shampooing...................................100 Practical
*(In 625 practical hours, the student will be re-
                                                                         BR7 Shaving, Beard and Mustache ...125 Practical
quired to do 625 services.)
                                                                               Trimming
                                                                         HOURS ..........................Theory: 675 Practical: 525*
Evaluation                                                               TOTAL CLOCK HOURS .......................................... 1200
   Students take weekly quizzes on theory work.
Progress tests are given at 300, 600, 900 and 1200                       * The objective, description, completion time,
hours which evaluate each student on theory, ser-                        evaluation and cost is the same as Barber Styling
                                                                         with the exception of chemicals.

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                                                                     tions and understand prismatic technique.
             Cosmetology                                       CO8   To explain and demonstrate fingerwaving.
                                                               CO9   To define hairstyling and demonstrate pro-
      New Port Richey & Spring Hill Campus                           cedures and proper use and care of instru-
                                                                     ments for hair styling.
Title                                                          CO10 To define the purpose of thermal waving,
              Cosmetology – 1200 hours                              curling, blow dry styling and air waving.
                                                               CO11 To identify chemical composition of prod-
Objective                                                           ucts in permanent waving, demonstrate hair
    The course provides skills to prepare one for                   analysis and perm procedures.
entry into cosmetology and provides the founda-                CO12 To demonstrate procedures for haircolor
tion necessary to pass the state exam.                              and strand tests, explain hydrogen peroxide,
                                                                    understand lighteners, single and double
Description                                                         process tint application.
    The course instructs the students in cosmetol-
                                                               CO13 To define the purpose of chemical hair relax-
ogy practices and state law related to the profes-
                                                                    ing, describing basic steps. Demonstrate so-
sion. In addition to classroom theory, the student
                                                                    dium hydroxide and ammonium thioglycolate.
performs cosmetology services.
                                                               CO14 Understand and demonstrate the hair press-
Instructional Methods                                               ing procedures for both soft and hard press-
                                                                    ing.
     The theory portion of Cosmetology is designed
for the instructor to review each chapter on a                 CO15 To demonstrate types of wigs, extensions
weekly rotating schedule. In our Cosmetology                        and hairpieces. To be able to order, clean,
program, the theory portion of the program is                       shape and color wigs.
integrated with the practical skills. The following
                                                               CO16 To demonstrate the proper techniques for
instructional methods are used to present theory
                                                                    giving manicures/pedicures and have an un-
and practical lessons:
                                                                    derstanding of acrylics.
•	 Drill	 and	 Practice	 –	 Hands	 on	 step	 by	 step	 prac-
   tical demonstration and repetitive use                      CO17 To be able to describe the disorders and
•	 Visual	 Aids	 such	 as	 hand	 outs,	 video/DVD,	 flash	          diseases of the nail.
   cards, skeletons, mannequins
•	 Discussion	 –	 small	 group,	 debates,	 lecture,	 role	     CO18 To identify the various types of massage
   playing, guided and assisted reading                             and be able to perform physical manipula-
•	 Laboratory	 groups,	 field	 trips,	 clinic	 work                 tions.
•	 Guest	 lecturers	 and	 educators                            CO19 To describe the benefits of a facial and
                                                                    demonstrate the basic procedures.
Course Description                                             CO20 To describe correct make up and demon-
FL1     To learn the laws of the State of Florida                   strate procedures.
        including how to seek and obtain employ-
        ment, payroll deductions, employment                   CO21 To list functions of the skin and learn skin
        applications and consumer safety, Intro to                  disorders.
        Computers, HIV Aids 101-104.                           CO22 To learn three methods of permanent hair
CO2     To describe the growth and reproduction of                  removal and demonstrate temporary hair
        bacteria.                                                   removal.

CO3     To learn proper techniques of sanitation,              CO23 To define functions of human cells, demon-
        disinfection and sterilization.                             strate an understanding of anatomy/physiol-
                                                                    ogy.
CO4     To define the composition of hair/analyze
        clients hair and scalp.                                CO24 To define the nature of electricity and de-
                                                                    fine four types of electrical current.
CO5     Demonstrate draping for all services.
                                                               CO25 To understand matter, PH, acids, alkalines
CO6     Demonstrate shampoo procedures, and un-                     and understand the chemistry of hair.
        derstand the PH. Identify rinses.
                                                               SB1   To discuss finance in a salon, reception
CO7     To learn haircutting techniques, use of scis-                skills, job search and compensation. Project
        sors, razor, thinning shears, safety precau-                 Internet.

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*All objectives include safety precautions.                                       tests as to their needs in order to be prepared.
*Students must complete a graduate project.                                       An 80% average in each skill must be achieved.

Completion Time Days
     Day full time students attending 30 hours per
                                                                                                      Tuition
week complete the course in 40 weeks. Day full                                            COSMETOLOGY - 1200 Hours
time class schedule is Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m.                                                                      12.00 per clock hour              Tuition 14,400.00
     Night full time students attending 25 hours                                                          Registration Fee     150.00
per week complete the course in 48 weeks. Night                                                           Application Fee       50.00
full time class schedule is Monday – Friday, 5:00                                 Includes Books,                     Cost $14,600.00
p.m. to 10:00 p.m.                                                                2 pairs of scrubs and kit
     Part time schedule is available – minimum 12                                 Payment Schedule*
hours per week.                                                                   The student has the option of paying the tuition
                                                                                  costs:
Breakdown by Course Number                                 Theory Practical
FL1 Florida Law/Ethics/History ................ 30 ............                   1. In full prior to attending the first class, or
       0(includes employment, personality, job op-                                2. Paying the unpaid balance in equal weekly or
       portunities, chemical awareness, HIV Aids                                     monthly installments.
       101-104, resume class). Intro to computers.
CO2 Bacteriology ....................................... 30 .......... 0          *There is Financial Aid available to those who
CO3 Decontamination............................... 15 .......... 0                qualify.
       (daily salon management)
CO4 Properties of the Scalp and Hair .... 15 ........ 55
CO5 Draping ................................................ 5 .......... 5
CO6 Shampooing, Rinsing .......................... 5 .......... 5

                                                                                           Cosmetology/
CO7 Haircutting ......................................... 60 ...... 125
CO8 Fingerwaving ....................................... 5 .......... 5

                                                                                           Barber Styling
CO9 Wet Hairstyling (sets) ....................... 30 ...... 125
CO10 Thermal Hairstyling (blow drying) .. 60 ...... 125
CO11 Permanent Waves ............................. 60 ...... 120
CO12 Haircolor ............................................ 60 ........ 60
       (includes semi, permanent & bleach)                                                    New Port Richey Campus
CO13 Chemical Hair Relaxing .................... 30 ........ 25
CO14 Thermal Straightening ..................... 30 ........ 25                   Title
CO15 Wigs.................................................... 10 .......... 0          Cosmetology/Barber Styling – 1500 hours
CO16 Manicuring/Pedicuring ........................ 5 .......... 5
CO17 Nail/Disorders....................................... 5 .......... 0
CO18 Massage Theory .................................. 5 .......... 5             Objective
CO19 Facials ................................................... 5 .......... 5       The course provides skills to prepare one for
CO20 Facial Make Up ................................... 5 .......... 5            entry into the cosmetology and barbering profes-
CO21 Skin/Disorders ...................................... 5 .......... 0         sion and provides the foundation necessary to
CO22 Unwanted Hair .................................... 5 .......... 5            pass the State exam.
CO23 Cells/Anatomy ...................................... 5 .......... 0
CO24 Electric Light Therapy......................... 5 .......... 0               Description
CO25 Chemistry ............................................. 5 .......... 0           The course instructs the students in cosmetol-
SB1 Salon Business - Project Internet. ..... 5 .......... 0                       ogy and barbering practices and state law related
HOURS ........................................................ 500 .... 700*      to both professions. In addition to classroom
TOTAL CLOCK HOURS .......................................... 1200                 theory, the student performs cosmetology and
*(In 700 practical hours, the student will be re-                                 barber services.
quired to do 700 services.)
                                                                                  Instructional Methods
Evaluation                                                                            The theory portion of Cosmetology/Barber is
    Students take weekly quizzes on theory work.                                  designed for the instructor to review each chapter
Progress tests are given at 300, 600, 900 and 1200                                on a weekly rotating schedule. In our Cosmetol-
hours which evaluates each student on theory, ser-                                ogy/Barber program, the theory portion of the
vices completed and practical application of their                                program is integrated with the practical skills. The
work. Students are notified prior to these progress                               following instructional methods are used to pres-


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ent theory and practical lessons:                                     giving manicures/pedicures and have an un-
•	 Drill	 and	 Practice	 –	 Hands	 on	 step	 by	 step	 prac-          derstanding of acrylics.
   tical demonstration and repetitive use
                                                               CO17 To be able to describe the disorders and
•	 Visual	 Aids	 such	 as	 hand	 outs,	 video/DVD,	 flash	
                                                                    diseases of the nail.
   cards, skeletons, mannequins
•	 Discussion	 –	 small	 group,	 debates,	 lecture,	 role	     CO18 To identify the various types of massage
   playing, guided and assisted reading                             and be able to perform physical manipula-
•	 Laboratory	 groups,	 field	 trips,	 clinic	 work                 tions.
•	 Guest	 lecturers	 and	 educators
                                                               CO19 To describe the benefits of a facial and
                                                                    demonstrate the basic procedures.
Course Description
FL1    To learn the laws of the State of Florida               CO20 To describe correct make up and demon-
       including how to seek and obtain employ-                     strate procedures.
       ment, payroll deductions, employment                    CO21 To list functions of the skin and learn skin
       applications and consumer safety, Intro to                   disorders.
       Computers, HIV Aids 101-104.
                                                               CO22 To learn three methods of permanent hair
CO2    To describe the growth and reproduction of                   removal and demonstrate temporary hair
       bacteria.                                                    removal.
CO3    To learn proper techniques of sanitation,               CO23 To define functions of human cells, demon-
       disinfection and sterilization.                              strate an understanding of anatomy/physiol-
CO4    To define the composition of hair/analyze                    ogy.
       clients hair and scalp.                                 CO24 To define the nature of electricity and de-
CO5    Demonstrate draping for all services.                        fine four types of electrical current.
CO6    Demonstrate shampoo procedures, and un-                 CO25 To understand matter, PH, acids, alkalines
       derstand the PH. Identify rinses.                            and understand the chemistry of hair.
CO7    To learn haircutting techniques, use of scis-           SB1    To discuss finance in a salon, reception skills,
       sors, razor, thinning shears, safety precau-                   job search and compensation. Project Inter-
       tions and understand prismatic technique.                      net.
CO8    To explain and demonstrate fingerwaving.                BR4    To learn hair cutting via taper cuts:
                                                                      1) freehand; 2) shear over comb; 3) clipper
CO9    To define hairstyling and demonstrate pro-                     over comb, and to learn style cuts which
       cedures and proper use and care of instru-                     include blow drying.
       ments for hair styling.
                                                               BR7    To define and demonstrate shaving using a
CO10 To define the purpose of thermal waving,                         razor to design a mustache and beard, trim
     curling, blow dry styling and air waving.                        using clippers, comb and trimmers.
CO11 To identify chemical composition of prod-                 FLB1 To learn the laws of the State of Florida,
     ucts in permanent waving, demonstrate hair                     including how to seek and obtain employ-
     analysis and perm procedures.                                  ment, payroll deductions, employment
CO12 To demonstrate procedures for haircolor                        applications and consumer safety. Intro to
     and strand tests, explain hydrogen peroxide,                   computers. HIV Aids 101-104
     understand lighteners, single and double                  *All objectives include safety precautions.
     process tint application.                                 *Students must complete a graduate project.
CO13 To define the purpose of chemical hair
     relaxing, describing basic steps. Demonstrate             Completion Time
     sodium hydroxide and ammonium thioglyco-                      Night students may attend 25 hours per week
     late.                                                     for 60 weeks. Night full time class schedule is
CO14 Understand and demonstrate the hair press-                Monday – Friday, 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Part
     ing procedures for both soft and hard press-              time schedule is available – minimum 12 hours per
     ing.                                                      week.

CO15 To demonstrate types of wigs, extensions                  Breakdown by Course Number                Theory Practical
     and hairpieces. To be able to order, clean,               FL1 Florida Law/Ethics/History ................ 30 ............
     shape and color wigs.                                            0(includes employment, personality, job op-
CO16 To demonstrate the proper techniques for                         portunities, chemical awareness, HIV Aids

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      101-104, resume class). Intro to computers.                                 costs:
CO2   Bacteriology ....................................... 30 .......... 0
                                                                                  1. In full prior to attending the first class, or
CO3   Decontamination............................... 15 .......... 0
      (daily salon management)                                                    2. Paying the unpaid balance in equal weekly or
CO4 Properties of the Scalp and Hair .... 15 ........ 55                             monthly installments.
CO5 Draping ................................................ 5 .......... 5
                                                                                  *There is Financial Aid available to those who
CO6 Shampooing, Rinsing .......................... 5 .......... 5
                                                                                  qualify.
CO7 Haircutting ......................................... 60 ...... 125
CO8 Fingerwaving ....................................... 5 .......... 5
CO9 Wet Hairstyling (sets) ....................... 30 ...... 125                  Additional Tuition Surcharge
CO10 Thermal Hairstyling (blow drying) .. 60 ...... 125
                                                                                      All students who do not complete their course
CO11 Permanent Waves ............................. 60 ...... 120
                                                                                  by their graduation date will be charged for all
CO12 Haircolor ............................................ 60 ........ 60
                                                                                  unexcused absences as follows: $5.00 per hour
      (includes semi, permanent & bleach)
                                                                                  over graduation date.
CO13 Chemical Hair Relaxing .................... 30 ........ 25
CO14 Thermal Straightening ..................... 30 ........ 25
CO15 Wigs.................................................... 10 .......... 0
CO16 Manicuring/Pedicuring ........................ 5 .......... 5
CO17 Nail/Disorders....................................... 5 .......... 0
CO18 Massage Theory .................................. 5 .......... 5
CO19 Facials ................................................... 5 .......... 5            Facial - Skin Care
CO20 Facial Make Up ................................... 5 .......... 5
CO21 Skin/Disorders ...................................... 5 .......... 0             New Port Richey & Spring Hill Campus
CO22 Unwanted Hair .................................... 5 .......... 5
CO23 Cells/Anatomy ...................................... 5 .......... 0
CO24 Electric Light Therapy......................... 5 .......... 0               Title
CO25 Chemistry ............................................. 5 .......... 0                   Facial - Skin Care – 360 hours
SB1 Salon Business - Project Internet. ..... 5 .......... 0
BR4 Hair Cutting ......................................... 0 ...... 200           Objective
BR7 Shaving, Beard and Mustache Trim 0 ........ 50                                     The course prepares the student to master
FLB1 Florida Laws and Rules .................... 50 .......... 0                  B.I.S.B.’s techniques to enter the skin care industry
HOURS ........................................................ 550 .... 950*      with a license.
TOTAL CLOCK HOURS .......................................... 1500
*(In 950 practical hours, the student will be re-                                 Description
quired to do 950 services.)
                                                                                      The course instructs the students in skin prac-
                                                                                  tices and State law related to the profession. In
Evaluation                                                                        addition to classroom theory the student performs
    Students take weekly theory quizzes on theory                                 skin services including body wraps.
work. Progress tests are given at 300, 600, 900,
1200 and 1500 hours which evaluates each stu-                                     Instructional Methods
dent on theory, services completed and practical
application of their work. Students are notified                                       The theory portion of Skin Care is designed
prior to these progress tests as to their need to                                 for the instructor to review each chapter on a
be prepared. An 80% average in each skill must                                    weekly rotating schedule. In our Skin Care pro-
be met.                                                                           gram, the theory portion of the program is
                                                                                  integrated with the practical skills. The following
                                                                                  instructional methods are used to present theory
                              Tuition                                             and practical lessons:
                                                                                  •	 Drill	 and	 Practice	 –	 Hands	 on	 step	 by	 step	 prac-
       COSMETOLOGY/BARBER STYLING                                                    tical demonstration and repetitive use
               1500 Hours                                                         •	 Visual	 Aids	 such	 as	 hand	 outs,	 video/DVD,	 flash	
                                                                                     cards, skeletons, mannequins
12.00 per clock hour              Tuition 18,000.00                               •	 Discussion	 –	 small	 group,	 debates,	 lecture,	 role	
                        Registration Fee     150.00                                  playing, guided and assisted reading
                        Application Fee       50.00                               •	 Laboratory	 groups,	 field	 trips,	 clinic	 work
Includes Books,               Total Cost $18,200.00                               •	 Guest	 lecturers	 and	 educators
2 pairs of scrubs and kit
Payment Schedule*                                                                 Completion Time
The student has the option of paying the tuition                                      Full time students may attend 30 hours per

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week for 12 weeks. Days – Monday through Fri-                                   Includes Books,                          Cost    $5600.00
day 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Night school is                                      2 pairs of scrubs and kit
Monday through Wednesday 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
                                                                                Payment Schedule*
Part time schedule is available – minimum 12
                                                                                The student has the option of paying the tuition
hours per week.
                                                                                costs:
                                                                                1. In full prior to attending the first class, or
Course Description
                                                                                2. Paying the unpaid balance in equal weekly or
Breakdown by Course Number                                 Theory Practical         monthly installments.
FL1 To learn the laws of the State ...... 14 .......... 0
       of Florida including how to seek and obtain                              3. Student loans are available.
       employment, payroll deductions, employ-
       ment applications and consumer safety,                                   Extra Cost
       Intro to Computers, HIV Aids 101-104.                                         Students must supply a notebook, pen and 2
FS2 HIV/AIDS ............................................... 4 ............     rolls of paper towels the first week of school. (Ap-
       0 ...... Modes of transmission, infection ..........                     proximate cost $5.00.)
        control, procedures, clinical management                                     License Registration Fee is $85.00 for skin care
       and prevention of HIV and AIDS syndrome                                  and $30.00 for body wrap (payable to the state)
FS3 Chemistry ........................................... 10 .......... 0       due upon graduation*.
FS4 Bacteriology/Sterilization.................. 30 .......... 0
                                                                                * All students must schedule an appointment with
FS5 Ethics .................................................. 10 .......... 0
                                                                                admissions to complete license application.
FS6 Skin History ....................................... 10 .......... 0
FS7 Skin Disorders .................................... 10 .......... 0
FS8 Body Wrap ......................................... 10 ........ 50
FS9 Facials includes Microdermabrasion .. 10 ........ 35
FS10 Make-up includes Lash & Brow Tint
       and Eyelash Application..................... 5 ........ 25
FS11 Hair Removal (includes body wax) ... 5 ........ 10
                                                                                            Full Specialty
FS12 Facial, Neck, Shoulder Manipulations5 ....... 45
FS13 Masques (Includes Med-Clinical                                                          New Port Richey Campus
       Spa Treatment with Ultrasound)....... 5 .......... 5
FS14, FS15 Alpha Beta Hydroxy Peels .... 10 ........ 10
                 (for peels up to 33%)
                                                                                Title
FS16 Aroma Therapy ................................... 5 .......... 5                         Full Specialty – 600 hours
FS17 Specialty Make-up .............................. 5 .......... 5
SB1 Salon Management/Reception Skills . 22 .......... 0                         Objective
HOURS ........................................................ 170 .... 190*         The course prepares the student to master
TOTAL CLOCK HOURS ............................................ 360              B.I.S.B.’s techniques to enter the nail and skin care
*(In 190 practical hours, the student will be re-                               industry.
quired to do 190 services.)
                                                                                Description
Evaluation                                                                          The course instructs students in skin and nail
    Students take theory quizzes on theory work.                                practices and state law related to the profession.
Progress tests are given at 120, 240 and 360 hours                              In addition to classroom theory, the student per-
which evaluates each student on theory, services                                forms skin and nail services.
completed and practical application of their work.
Students are notified prior to these progress tests                             Instructional Methods
as to their need to be prepared. An 80% average                                      The theory portion of Full Specialty is designed
in each skill must be met.                                                      for the instructor to review each chapter on a
                                                                                weekly rotating schedule. In our Full Specialty
                             Tuition                                            program, the theory portion of the program is
                                                                                integrated with the practical skills. The following
                  FACIAL - SKIN CARE                                            instructional methods are used to present theory
                  (Aesthetician - esthetician)                                  and practical lessons:
                            360 hours                                           •	 Drill	 and	 Practice	 –	 Hands	 on	 step	 by	 step	 prac-
                                                                                   tical demonstration and repetitive use
15.00 per clock hour              Tuition                        5400.00        •	 Visual	 Aids	 such	 as	 hand	 outs,	 video/DVD,	 flash	
                        Registration Fee                          150.00           cards, skeletons, mannequins
          Non-Refundable Application Fee                           50.00        •	 Discussion	 –	 small	 group,	 debates,	 lecture,	 role	

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   playing, guided and assisted reading                                                including nail disorders and diseases
•	 Laboratory	 groups,	 field	 trips,	 clinic	 work                              MI6   Manicures............................................. 0 ........ 20
•	 Guest	 lecturers	 and	 educators                                                    (includes paraffin treatments)
                                                                                 MI7 Pedicures (includes foot treatments) 0 ........ 10
Completion Time                                                                  MI8 Tips with overlay ................................ 0 ..... 37.5
                                                                                 MI9 Sculpting using a form ...................... 0 ..... 37.5
    Full time students attending 20 hours a week,
                                                                                       (includes drill)
complete the course in 30 weeks. Available class
                                                                                 MI10 Nail Wraps or Mending ..................... 0 ........ 15
schedule is Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00
                                                                                 MI11 Nail Capping/Nail Removal ................ 0 ........ 10
p.m.
                                                                                 MI12 Polish/Nail Art/Project/Essay ............... 0 .......... 5
    Part time schedule is available – minimum 12
                                                                                 SB1 To discuss finance ............................... 0 .......... 5
hours per week.
    Full Specialty students receiving financial aid                              HOURS ........................................................ 270 .... 330*
must be in school a minimum of 25 weeks (24                                      TOTAL CLOCK HOURS ............................................ 600
hours per week maximum).                                                         *(In 330 practical hours, the student will be re-
                                                                                 quired to do 330 services.)
Course Description
Breakdown by Course Number                              Theory Practical         Evaluation
FL1 To learn the laws of the State ...... 14 .......... 0                            Students take weekly theory quizzes on theory
       of Florida including how to seek and obtain                               work. Progress tests are given at 200, 400 and 600
       employment, payroll deductions, employ-                                   hours which evaluates each student on theory, ser-
       ment applications and consumer safety,                                    vices completed and practical application of their
       Intro to Computers, HIV Aids 101-104.                                     work. Students are notified prior to these progress
FS2 HIV/AIDS ............................................... 4 ............      tests as to their need to be prepared. An 80%
       0 ...... Modes of transmission, infection ..........                      average in each skill must be met.
        control, procedures, clinical management
       and prevention of HIV and AIDS syndrome
FS3 Chemistry ........................................... 10 .......... 0
                                                                                                              Tuition
FS4 Bacteriology/Sterilization.................. 30 .......... 0                           FULL SPECIALTY - 600 Hours
FS5 Ethics .................................................. 10 .......... 0
FS6 Skin History ....................................... 10 .......... 0         15.00 per clock hr - Facial      Tuition                        5400.00
FS7 Skin Disorders .................................... 10 .......... 0          11.50 per clock hr - Nails       Tuition                        2760.00
FS8 Body Wrap ......................................... 10 ........ 50                                  Registration Fee                          150.00
FS9 Facials includes Microdermabrasion 10 ........ 35                                                    Application Fee                           50.00
FS10 Make-up includes Lash & Brow Tint                                           Includes Books,                    Cost                        $8360.00
       and Eyelash Application..................... 5 ........ 25                2 pairs of scrubs and 2 kits
FS11 Hair Removal (includes body wax) ... 5 ........ 10                          Payment Schedule*
FS12 Facial, Neck, Shoulder Manipulations5 ....... 45                            The student has the option of paying the tuition
FS13 Masques (Includes Med-Clinical                                              costs:
       Spa Treatment with Ultrasound)....... 5 .......... 5
FS14, FS15 Alpha Beta Hydroxy Peels .... 10 ........ 10                          1. In full prior to attending the first class, or
                 (for peels up to 33%)                                           2. Paying the unpaid balance in equal weekly or
FS16 Aroma Therapy ................................... 5 .......... 5               monthly installments.
FS17 Specialty Make-up .............................. 5 .......... 5
SB1 Salon Management/Reception Skills . 22 .......... 0                          *There is Financial Aid available to those who
FL1 To learn the laws of the State ........ 5 .......... 0                       qualify.
       of Florida including how to seek and obtain
       employment, payroll deductions, employ-                                        Students must supply a notebook, pen and 2
       ment applications and consumer safety,                                    rolls of paper towels for NT course.
       Intro to Computers, HIV Aids 101-104.                                          Full Specialty License Registration Fee is
MI2 HIV/AIDS ............................................... 4 .......... 0      $85.00; Body Wrap License Registration Fee is
       Modes of transmission, infection control                                  $30.00 (both payable to the state due upon
       procedures, clinical management and pre-                                  graduation*.
       vention of HIV and AIDS syndrome
MI3 Sanitation............................................. 4 .......... 0       * All students must schedule an appointment
MI4 Ethics .................................................... 2 .......... 0   with admissions to complete license application.
       Compensation, personality goals, drugs, job
       opportunities, student rights, rules
MI5 Nail Theory ........................................ 85 .......... 0
       Nail theory, practice and related subjects

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                                                               IT8     Examples of strategies for motivating students.
      Instructor Training                                      IT9     Explain what it means to be a reflective
                                                                       professional.
             New Port Richey Campus                            IT10    Positive and negative teaching styles.
                                                               IT11    Teaching styles and consequences in class-
Title                                                                  room
            Instructor Training – 600 hours                    IT12    Describe the components of the learning
                                                                       process.
Objective
                                                               IT13    List five learning principles.
    This course is designed to prepare a licensed
barber, cosmetologist, skin care technician, nail              IT14    Give reasons students learn.
technician, or massage therapist to be able to
                                                               IT15    Explain the value of recognizing students as
demonstrate their practical skill and develop skill
                                                                       individuals.
necessary to teach theory in a classroom.
                                                               IT16    List positive and negative teaching behaviors.
Description                                                    IT17    Explain roles of planning.
    The student is to be considered in training as
an instructor during the entire course under our               IT18    Describe elements of daily lesson plans.
trained instructors.                                           IT19    Benefits of lesson plans.
                                                               IT20    Write lesson plans.
Instructional Methods
     The theory portion of Instructor Training is              IT21    Describe four step teaching plan.
designed for the instructor to review each chap-               IT22    Describe different teaching methods.
ter on a weekly rotating schedule. In our Instruc-
tor Training program, the theory portion of the                IT23    Explain and identify the four categories of
program is integrated with the practical skills. The                   aids.
following instructional methods are used to pres-              IT24    Explain how to handle personal problems
ent theory and practical lessons:                                      and behavior problems.
•	 Drill	 and	 Practice	 –	 Hands	 on	 step	 by	 step	 prac-
   tical demonstration and repetitive use                      IT25    Explain self evaluation.
•	 Visual	 Aids	 such	 as	 hand	 outs,	 video/DVD,	 flash	
   cards, skeletons, mannequins                                Completion Time
•	 Discussion	 –	 small	 group,	 debates,	 lecture,	 role	         Full time students attending 20 hours per
   playing, guided and assisted reading                        week complete the course in 30 weeks. Full time
•	 Laboratory	 groups,	 field	 trips,	 clinic	 work            class schedule is Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to
•	 Guest	 lecturers	 and	 educators                            2:00 p.m.
                                                                   Part time schedule is available – minimum 12
Course Description                                             hours per week.
IT1     Explain how knowledge and communication
        skills are both necessary components of ef-            Breakdown by Course Number                    Theory Practical
        fective teaching. Intro to computers, Inter-           IT1    Intro Challenge of Teaching ............ 20 .......... 0
        net, Windows 98.                                              a. knowledge and communications
                                                                      b. art and science of teaching
IT2     Discuss the ways in which teaching is both                    c. cosmetology as a profession
        art and science.                                       IT2    Characteristics of Teaching .............. 20 .......... 0
IT3     Explain why students are responsible for                      a. portrait of a teacher
        their own learning.                                           b. roles of a teacher
                                                                      c. styles of teaching
IT4     List characteristics that qualify cosmetology          IT3    Students and Learning ..................... 20 .......... 0
        as a profession.                                              a. learning process
IT5     Several examples of professional behavior                     b. promoting success
        by teachers.                                                  c. recognize students
                                                               IT4    Developing a Course ........................ 25 ........ 25
IT6     Describe five roles of teaching.                              a. analysis of needs
IT7     Explain how roles of teaching overlap.                        b. curriculum development
                                                                      c. designing an individual course

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IT5   Effective Instruction .......................... 50 ........ 50          Payment Schedule*
      a. planning                                                              The student has the option of paying the tuition
      b. lesson plans                                                          costs:
      c. 4 step teaching plan                                                  1. In full prior to attending the first class, or
IT6   Teaching Methods............................. 50 ...... 200
      a. methods                                                               2. Paying the unpaid balance in equal weekly or
      b. effective teaching                                                       monthly installments.
      c. lecture method                                                        3. Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
      d. interactive lecture
      e. discussion method                                                     * The State of Florida does not require a course
      f. cooperative learning                                                  to become an instructor.
      g. demonstrative/practice methods
      h. fields trips
IT7   Instructional Aids .............................. 50 ........ 50
      a. importance of aids
      b. visual aids
      c. projection aids                                                                MANICURING -
                                                                                       NAIL EXTENSION I
      d. display aids
      e. three dimensional aids
      f. printed aids
IT8   Evaluating Student Performance ...... 5 ........ 10
                                                                                            New Port Richey Campus
      a. purposes
      b. tests
      c. performance test                                                      Title
      d. grading challenge                                                          Manicuring - Nail Extension I – 240 hours
IT9   Creation of a Positive Environment . 5 ........ 10
      a. elements of Classroom Management
      b. first impressions in classroom
                                                                               Objective
      c. checklist for classroom                                                   A course of study designed to instruct a stu-
      d. organizing course material                                            dent in manicuring, pedicuring, and sculptured
      e. class supervision                                                     nails.
      f. promoting positive behavior
IT10 Reflection and Vision in                                                  Description
      Teacher Education............................. 10 .......... 0               The course instructs the students in nails and
      a. reflective teaching                                                   state law related to the profession. In addition to
      b. developing a vision                                                   classroom theory, the student performs nail services.
HOURS ........................................................ 255 .... 345*
TOTAL CLOCK HOURS ............................................ 600             Instructional Methods
*(In 345 practical hours, the student will be re-                                   The theory portion of Nail Care is designed for
quired to do 345 services.)                                                    the instructor to review each chapter on a weekly
                                                                               rotating schedule. In our Nail Care program, the
Evaluation                                                                     theory portion of the program is integrated with
    Students take theory quizzes on theory work.                               the practical skills. The following instructional
Progress tests are given at 200, 400 and 600 hours                             methods are used to present theory and practical
which evaluates each student on theory, services                               lessons:
completed and practical application of their work.                             •	 Drill	 and	 Practice	 –	 Hands	 on	 step	 by	 step	 prac-
Students are notified prior to these progress tests                               tical demonstration and repetitive use
as to their need to be prepared. An 80% average                                •	 Visual	 Aids	 such	 as	 hand	 outs,	 video/DVD,	 flash	
in each skill must be met.                                                        cards, skeletons, mannequins
                                                                               •	 Discussion	 –	 small	 group,	 debates,	 lecture,	 role	
                                                                                  playing, guided and assisted reading
                             Tuition                                           •	 Laboratory	 groups,	 field	 trips,	 clinic	 work
                                                                               •	 Guest	 lecturers	 and	 educators
              INSTRUCTOR TRAINING -
                    600 Hours                                                  Completion Time
8.00 per clock hr                           Tuition             4800.00           Full time students may attend 30 hours per
                                  Registration Fee               150.00        week Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to
                                  Application Fee                 50.00        complete the course in 8 weeks. Night students
Includes Books                                Cost             $5000.00
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attend 12 hours per week, Monday - Wednesday                                     Includes Books,                          Cost    $2960.00
5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and complete the course in                                2 pairs of scrubs and kit
20 weeks.
                                                                                 Payment Schedule*
    Part time schedule is available – minimum 12
                                                                                 The student has the option of paying the tuition
hours per week.
                                                                                 costs:
                                                                                 1. In full prior to attending the first class, or
Breakdown by Course Number                                 Theory Practical
                                                                                 2. Paying the unpaid balance in equal weekly or
FL1 To learn the laws of the State ........ 5 .......... 0
                                                                                     monthly installments.
       of Florida including how to seek and obtain
       employment, payroll deductions, employ-
       ment applications and consumer safety,                                         Students must supply notebook, pen and 2
       Intro to Computers, HIV Aids 101-104.                                     rolls of paper towels.
MI2 HIV/AIDS ............................................... 4 .......... 0           License Registration Fee is $85.00 (payable to
       Modes of transmission, infection control                                  the state) due upon graduation*.
       procedures, clinical management and pre-                                  * All students must schedule an appointment with
       vention of HIV and AIDS syndrome                                          admissions to complete license application.
MI3 Sanitation............................................. 4 .......... 0
MI4 Ethics .................................................... 2 .......... 0
       Compensation, personality goals, drugs, job
       opportunities, student rights, rules
MI5 Nail Theory ........................................ 85 .......... 0
       Nail theory, practice and related subjects
       including nail disorders and diseases
                                                                                       MANICURING -
MI6 Manicures............................................. 0 ........ 20
       (includes paraffin treatments)
                                                                                     NAIL EXTENSION II
MI7 Pedicures (includes foot treatments) 0 ........ 10
MI8 Tips with overlay ................................ 0 ..... 37.5                  New Port Richey & Spring Hill Campus
MI9 Sculpting using a form ...................... 0 ..... 37.5
       (includes drill)
MI10 Nail Wraps or Mending ..................... 0 ........ 15
                                                                                 Title
MI11 Nail Capping/Nail Removal ................ 0 ........ 10                         Manicuring - Nail Extension II – 360 hours
MI12 Polish/Nail Art/Project/Essay ............... 0 .......... 5
SB1 To discuss finance in a salon, .......... 0 .......... 5                     Objective
       reception skills, job search and compensa-                                    This curriculum and course of study is designed
       tion. Project Internet.                                                   to instruct a student in manicuring, pedicuring,
HOURS ........................................................ 100 .... 140*     and sculptured nails.
TOTAL CLOCK HOURS ............................................ 240
*(In 140 practical hours, the student will be re-                                Description
quired to do 140 services.)                                                         The course instructs students in nails and state
   Course includes drill class, paraffin hand and                                laws related to the profession. In addition to class-
foot treatment.                                                                  room theory, the students perform 120 additional
                                                                                 hours in sculptured nails.
Evaluation
    Students take theory quizzes on theory work.                                 Instructional Methods
Progress tests are given at 120 and 240 hours                                         The theory portion of Nail Care is designed for
which evaluates each student on theory, services                                 the instructor to review each chapter on a weekly
completed and practical application of their work.                               rotating schedule. In our Nail Care program, the
Students are notified prior to these progress tests                              theory portion of the program is integrated with
as to their need to be prepared. An 80% average                                  the practical skills. The following instructional
in each skill must be met.                                                       methods are used to present theory and practical
                                                                                 lessons:
                                                                                 •	 Drill	 and	 Practice	 –	 Hands	 on	 step	 by	 step	 prac-
                             Tuition                                                tical demonstration and repetitive use
                                                                                 •	 Visual	 Aids	 such	 as	 hand	 outs,	 video/DVD,	 flash	
    MANICURING - NAIL EXTENSION I -                                                 cards, skeletons, mannequins
              240 Hours                                                          •	 Discussion	 –	 small	 group,	 debates,	 lecture,	 role	
11.50 per clock hour                         Tuition              2760.00           playing, guided and assisted reading
                                   Registration Fee                150.00        •	 Laboratory	 groups,	 field	 trips,	 clinic	 work
                                   Application Fee                  50.00        •	 Guest	 lecturers	 and	 educators

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Completion Time                                                                                      Tuition
    Full time students may attend 30 hours a
week for 12 weeks. Available hours are Monday -                                    MANICURING - NAIL EXTENSION II -
Friday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Night school hours                                             360 Hours
are Monday - Wednesday 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    Part time schedule is available – minimum 12                                 11.50 per clock hour              Tuition     4140.00
hours per week.                                                                                          Registration Fee       150.00
                                                                                                         Application Fee         50.00
                                                                                 Includes Books,                     Cost     $4340.00
Course Description                                                               2 pairs of scrubs and kit
Breakdown by Course Number                                 Theory Practical
FL1 To learn the laws of the State ........ 5 .......... 0                       Payment Schedule*
       of Florida including how to seek and obtain                               The student has the option of paying the tuition
       employment, payroll deductions, employ-                                   costs:
       ment applications and consumer safety,                                    1. In full prior to attending the first class, or
       Intro to Computers, HIV Aids 101-104.                                     2. Paying the unpaid balance in equal weekly or
M22 HIV/AIDS ............................................... 4 .......... 0         monthly installments.
       Modes of transmission, infection control
       procedures, clinical management and pre-                                  *Student loans are available to those who qualify.
       vention of HIV and AIDS syndrome                                          * Nail tech II students master speed with the
M23 Sanitation............................................. 4 .......... 0       requirement of 120 additional hours in sculpted
M24 Ethics .................................................... 2 .......... 0   nails.
       Compensation, personality goals, drugs, job
       opportunities, student rights, rules                                           Students must supply notebook, pen and 2
M25 Nail Theory ........................................ 85 .......... 0         rolls of paper towels.
       Nail theory, practice and related subjects                                     License Registration Fee is $85.00 (payable to
       including nail disorders and diseases                                     the state) due upon graduation*.
M26 Manicures............................................. 0 ........ 20              Course includes air brush demo, drill class, par-
       (includes paraffin treatments)                                            affin hand and foot treatment training.
M27 Pedicures .............................................. 0 ........ 10
M28 Tips with Overlay ................................ 0 ..... 37.5              * All students must schedule an appointment with
M29 Sculpting using a Form ...................... 0 .. 157.5*                    admissions to complete license application.
M210 Nail Wraps or Mending ..................... 0 ........ 15
M211 Nail Capping/Nail Removal ................ 0 ........ 10
M213 Polish/Nail Art/Project/Essay ............... 0 .......... 5
SB1 To discuss finance in a salon, .......... 0 .......... 5
       reception skills, job search and compensa-
       tion. Project Internet.                                                           Massage Therapy
HOURS ........................................................ 100 .... 260*
TOTAL CLOCK HOURS ............................................ 360                   New Port Richey & Spring Hill Campus
*(In 260 practical hours, the student will be re-
quired to do 260 services.)
                                                                                 Title
   Course includes drill class, paraffin hand and                                           Massage Therapy – 600 hours
foot treatment training.
* Nail tech II students master speed with the                                    Objective
requirement of 120 additional hours in sculpted                                       The Massage Therapy course has two goals.
nails.                                                                           The first is to instruct the student on the technical
                                                                                 skills necessary to perform a professional standard
Evaluation                                                                       Swedish Massage.
    Students take theory quizzes on theory work.                                      The second goal is to introduce the student
Progress tests are given at 180 and 360 hours                                    to the education needed to successfully pass the
which evaluates each student on theory, services                                 NCETMB (a national exam), and qualify for a
completed and practical application of their work.                               Medical Quality Assurance license from the state
Students are notified prior to these progress tests                              of Florida.
as to their need to be prepared. An 80% average
in each skill must be met.                                                       Description
                                                                                     This course will give the student instruction in
                                                                                 the assessment, theory and hands-on application

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of a basic Swedish Massage. It will also instill a                   b. physiological and psychological effects of
general knowledge of anatomy, physiology, kine-                         stress and pain
siology, and pathology. The professional standards                   c. healing mechanisms of the body
expected in the massage field such as business,                      d. wellness model
ethics and legal practices will be emphasized. To                    e. medical terminology
complete the course, the student will be familiar-             MT1   Human Anatomy & Physiology
ized with other modalities related to this field of            MT3   a. anatomical planes, cavities, regions, and
study.                                                                  terms
                                                                     b. cells and tissue
Instructional Methods                                                c. organ systems of the body, including the
                                                                        following:
     The theory portion of Massage is designed for
                                                                        Integumentary, Skeletal, Muscular, Cir-
the instructor to review each chapter on a weekly
                                                                        culatory, Nervous, Endocrine, Digestive,
rotating schedule. In our Massage program, the
                                                                        Respiratory, Excretory, and Reproductive
theory portion of the program is integrated with
                                                               MT2   Effects, Benefits, Indications and Contraindi-
the practical skills. The following instructional
                                                                        cations of Massage
methods are used to present theory and practical
                                                                     a. physiological and psychological benefits
lessons:
                                                                     b. indications for massage in systems of the
•	 Drill	 and	 Practice	 –	 Hands	 on	 step	 by	 step	 prac-
                                                                        body
   tical demonstration and repetitive use
                                                                     c. main contraindications for massage
•	 Visual	 Aids	 such	 as	 hand	 outs,	 video/DVD,	 flash	
                                                               MT2   Equipment and Products
   cards, skeletons, mannequins
                                                                     a. supplies and equipment needed for mas-
•	 Discussion	 –	 small	 group,	 debates,	 lecture,	 role	
                                                                        sage
   playing, guided and assisted reading
                                                                     b. massage products
•	 Laboratory	 groups,	 field	 trips,	 clinic	 work
                                                                     c. selecting massage space and table
•	 Guest	 lecturers	 and	 educators
                                                               MT2   Sanitary and Safety Practices
                                                                     a. . laws that enforce above practices
Course Description                                                   b. pathogenic and nonpathogenic bacteria
On completion of each chapter in the Theory and                      c. protection against the spread of disease
Practice of Therapeutic Massage, you will be able                    d. safety in the massage practice
to explain or demonstrate the following:                       MT2   The Consultation
MT4 Historical Overview of Massage                                   a. importance of the consultation
       a. one of the earliest remedial practices for                 b. screen clients while making the
          relief of pain and discomfort                                 appointment
       b. from ancient to modern times, massage is                   c. determine needs and expectations
          an aid to physiological and psychological                  d. importance of having set policies present-
          well-being                                                    ed
       c. basic differences between other massage                    e. treatment plan
          systems                                                    f. record keeping
MT4 Requirements of the Practice of Therapeutic                MT5   Classifications of Massage Movements
          Massage                                                    a. six major categories of massage move-
       a. educational and legal aspects of scope of                     ments
          practice                                                   b. classic Swedish massage techniques
       b. awareness of laws, rules, regulations,, and                c. performance of basic massage movements
          restrictions                                               d. passive and active joint movements
       c. necessity for obtaining license                            e. rhythm and pressure applied to the thera-
       d. reasons for a license to be revoked, can-                     peutic body massage
          celed or suspended                                   MT5   Application of Massage Technique
MT4 Professional Ethics for Massage Practitioners                    a. hand exercises to benefit massage
       a. meaning of professional ethics                                therapists
       b. personal and professional boundaries                       b. standing posture and body movements to
       c. effects of transference, countertransfer-                     develop coordination, balance, control and
          ence and dual relationships                                   stamina to benefit massage therapists
       d. how to desexualize the massage experi-                     c. concepts of grounding and centering
          ence                                                 MT5   Procedures for Complete Body Massages
       e. personal hygiene, health habits, communi-                  a. preparing for a massage session
          cation skills and professional image                       b. procedures for draping
MT1	 Overview	of	Anatomy,	Physiology,	Kinesiology,                   c. assisting client onto and off table
       Histology and Pathology                                       d. performing of full body massage
MT3 a. definition of the above terms                                 e. use of good body mechanics

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       f. professional courtesies toward clients           b. business planning
       g. after effects of massage                         c. massage operation options
MT2    Therapeutic Procedure                               d. start-up costs and needs
       a. four parts of the therapeutic procedure          e. licenses and permits
       b. intake procedure                                 f. basic bookkeeping
       c. posture and gait assessment                      g. marketing
       d. passive, active and resisted movement        MT4 Required Classes for Licensure
          (muscle testing)                                 a. Florida law
       e. soft tissue barriers                             b. medical errors
       f. palpation of tissues                             c. HIV/AIDS
       g. session strategies
       h. specific client needs                        * A Graduation Project is required from each stu-
MT2    Hydrotherapy                                    dent before the course is completed.
       a. use of heat and cold
       b. apparatus approved for use by a massage      * When the opportunity is presented, videos,
          practitioner                                 guest speakers, and field trips may be offered.
       c. applications of heat therapy
       d. cryotherapy                                  Completion Time
       e. water temperatures and various effects
                                                           The students in the day and night Massage
MT2    Massage in the Spa Setting
                                                       Therapy course will attend school 20 hours per
       a. historical development of spas
                                                       week for 30 weeks. Weekend students for this
       b. various types of spas current in today’s
                                                       course will attend class 16 hours per week for
          industry
                                                       37.5 weeks.
       c. popular spa services performed by mas-
                                                       Day Class: Monday–Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
          sage therapists
                                                       Night Class: Monday–Thursday, 5:00 p.m. – 10:00
       d. body wrap procedure and exfoliation
                                                           p.m.
       e. hot stone massage
                                                       Weekend Class: Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 a.m. –
       f. aromatherapy
                                                           5:00 p.m.
MT3/   Athletic/Sports Massage
MT5    a. purposes of athletic massage
                                                       Course Numbers for Massage Therapy:
       b. causes of muscle fatigue
                                                           The following is the course number require-
       c. overload principle
                                                              ments for 2008-2009 course:
       d. techniques of athletic massage
                                                       Description for Course Number                           Hours
       e. four applications for athletic massage
                                                       MT1	 Kinesiology,	 Anatomy,	 Physiology
       f. athletic injuries
                                                              Chapters 4, 5 ........................... 125 hrs. Theory
MT2    Massage in Medicine
                                                       MT2 Massage, Body Work Assessment, Theory
       a. alternative, complementary and integrative
                                                              and Application
          medicine
                                                              Chapters 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14,
       b. chiropractic and massage
                                                              15, 17 ..................................... 200 hrs. Practical
       c. massage in hospital setting
                                                       MT3 Pathology
       d. medical massage
                                                              Chapters 4, 5, 16 ...................... 40 hrs. Theory
       e. insurance forms and codes
                                                       MT4 Business and Ethics
MT3    Other Therapeutic Modalities
                                                              Chapters 1, 2, 3, 19 .................. 10 hrs. Theory
MT5    a. prenatal massage
                                                       MT5 Supervised instruction in related fields
       b. lymphatic massage
                                                              Chapters 10, 11, 12, 16, 18 . 225 hrs. Practical
       c. craniosacral therapy
                                                                                       Theory: 175 Practical: 425*
       d. deep tissue massage
                                                       TOTAL CLOCK HOURS ............................................ 600
       e. neuromuscular therapy
                                                       *(The 425 Hours in Practical Skills will require a
       f. trigger-point therapy
                                                       minimum of 107 hands-on sessions of massage.)
       g. passive positioning therapies
       h. energetic manipulation philosophies
       i. traditional Chinese medicine                 Evaluation
       j. ayurvedic                                        Students in the Massage course will be tak-
       k. shiatsu                                      ing chapter tests each week. An overview exam, a
       l. reflexology                                  practicum, and an oral muscle exam will be given
       m. chair massage                                at the 200, 400 and 600 hour intervals. A report
MT4    Business Practices                              will also be done on the GPA and status of each
       a. attitude, self-image, and public image       student at these times. An 80% average must be
          related to business success                  maintained in each of these areas.


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                                                        probation is 30 days. Students may have two con-
                     Tuition                            secutive probationary periods; after two consecu-
                                                        tive probation periods, the student may be termi-
             MASSAGE THERAPY -                          nated. A student on probation is considered to be
                600 Hours                               making satisfactory progress. Students who do not
15.00 per clock hr                Tuition    9000.00*   meet the minimum requirements for attendance
                        Registration Fee       150.00   and academic satisfactory progress will be placed
                        Application Fee         50.00   on probation. At Bene’s International School of
Includes Books,                     Cost     $9200.00   Beauty, Inc., Satisfactory Progress for 240 clock
2 pairs of scrubs and lotion holder                     hour students are evaluated at the end of 120,
                                                        and 240 clock hours. 360 clock hour students are
Payment Schedule*                                       evaluated at 120, 240 and 360 hours. 600 hour
The student has the option of paying the tuition        students are evaluated at 200, 400, and 600 hours.
costs:                                                  1200 hour students are evaluated at 300, 600,
1. In full prior to attending the first class, or       900, and 1200 clock hours. 1500 hour students are
                                                        evaluated at 300, 600, 900, 1200, and 1500 hours.
2. Paying the unpaid balance in equal weekly or
   monthly installments.
*There is Financial Aid available to those who
qualify.                                                 Satisfactory Progress
Extra Supplies                                                 Standards
     2 or 3 binders or folders (for handouts)           1. An overall theory grade average of 80% or
     highlighters (for theory books)                       higher and passing grades in practical skills
     index card (for muscle learning)                      must be maintained. If a student does not
     paper (for note taking)                               meet this they are given remedial training in
                                                           the areas needing improvement. The student
                                                           is re-tested and the grades are averaged to-
                                                           gether.
                                                        2. A cumulative monthly attendance average of
                                                           75% of contracted hours must be maintained.
                                                           All students must complete course within the
                                                           maximum time frame (See below). Only stu-
      Additional Tuition                                   dents who maintain satisfactory progress are
                                                           eligible to receive Title IV assistance.

         Surcharge                                      3. A student returning from a Leave of Absence
                                                           or re-enrolling will return at the same satisfac-
    All students who do not complete their course          tory progress status as they were prior to the
by their graduation date may be charged for all            Leave of Absence. A Leave of Absence extends
unexcused absences as follows: $5.00 per hour              the student’s contract and the maximum time
over graduation date. This applies to all courses.         frame by the same number of days in the
                                                           Leave of Absence.
* License Registration Fee (payable to the state) is    4. Course incompletes, repetitious and non-credit
due upon graduation.                                       remedial courses have no effect upon the
                                                           school’s satisfactory progress standards.


 Satisfactory Progress
         Policy                                                Re-establishing
    Satisfactory Academic Progress and attendance
is a requirement that must be met by all students
                                                                Eligibility For
whether receiving Federal Assistance or not. Stu-
dents who meet the minimum requirements for
                                                             Financial Aid Funds
attendance and academic progress shall be con-              To re-establish eligibility for financial aid, the
sidered to be making satisfactory progress until        student must bring his/her theory and/or attendance
the next scheduled evaluations, and are eligible        and/or practical skills levels up to satisfactory stan-
to receive Title IV assistance. The length of the       dards as specified in numbers 1 and 2 above.

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      Policy On Student
                                                               1200 hr. level       60 weeks       60 x 1.33 = 79.80 weeks
                                                               1500 hr. level       75 weeks       75 x 1.33 = 99.75 weeks

         Scholarships                                          600 hour students are contracted for 28 hours a
                                                               week, therefore their maximum time frame will
     Student scholarships are awarded based on
                                                               be different.
student need and merit. They may be awarded
                                                               Evaluation    Est. Completion Time       Maximum Time Frame
for, but not limited to, these situations: second
                                                               200 hr. level       7 weeks         7 x 1.33 = 9.31 weeks
course scholarship or extreme need and ability to
benefit.                                                       400 hr. level      14 weeks       14 x 1.33 = 18.62 weeks
                                                               600 hr. level      21 weeks       21 x 1.33 = 27.93 weeks

                                                               360 hour students are contracted for 30 hours a
 Maximum Time Frame                                            week, therefore their maximum time frame will
                                                               be different.
    To remain eligible for federal funds and be                Evaluation    Est. Completion Time       Maximum Time Frame
making Satisfactory Progress, students must com-               180 hr. level       6 weeks         6 X 1.33 = 7.98 weeks
plete their course within a specified period of                360 hr. level      12 weeks       12 x 1.33 = 15.96 weeks
time, or maximum time frame. Upon enrollment,
each student will be informed of their maximum                 240 hour students are contracted for 30 hours a
time frame to complete the course. The maxi-                   week, therefore their maximum time frame will
mum time frame shall not exceed 1.33 times the
                                                               be different.
number of clock hours required to complete the
                                                               Evaluation    Est. Completion Time       Maximum Time Frame
course. At each evaluation period attendance of
                                                               120 hr. level       4 weeks         4 x 1.33 = 5.32 weeks
student will be evaluated as to their ability to
                                                               240 hr. level       8 weeks        8 x 1.33 = 10.64 weeks
complete the course in the maximum time frame.
In the event that a student must change their
contracted schedule, the student’s maximum time                Appeal Procedure
frame will be adjusted accordingly.                                The appeal must be done in writing to the
    At each evaluation period attendance of                    administrative office. Reason for this appeal, cir-
students will be evaluated as to their ability to              cumstances to warrant considerations and specific
complete the course in the maximum time frame.                 methods that will correct the deficiency must be
Probation will apply only to the 300 and 900 hour              documented. The Administrator will consider the
evaluation.                                                    circumstances and determine whether the student
    The estimated completion time of a part time               may remain in the school. The next evaluation pe-
student is double that of a full time student.                 riod the student must make satisfactory progress.
Therefore, maximum time frame must be calcu-
lated accordingly. Example: Stan is a part time
day cosmetology student contracted 15 hours per
week to complete the 1200 hour course. His esti-
mated completion time is 80 weeks, his maximum                       Attendance Policy
time frame is 106.40 weeks (80 x 1.33). All time is                Students must Clock In and Out on the com-
rounded to the nearest whole number.                           puter in their Education Center. All attendance
                                                               hours will be rounded to the nearest quarter
     Day 1200 hour students are contracted                     hour. A student must maintain a minimum of 75%
for 30 hours a week, the following is a time                   of his or her contracted hours. Student’s atten-
frame chart                                                    dance will be monitored monthly.
Evaluation     Est. Completion Time       Maximum Time Frame
300 hr. level       10 weeks 10 X 1.33 = 13.30 weeks           Absences
600 hr. level       20 weeks       20 x 1.33 = 26.60 weeks
                                                                   Students are allowed three unexcused absenc-
900 hr. level       30 weeks       30 x 1.33 = 39.90 weeks
                                                               es per calendar month. Day students must report
1200 hr. level      40 weeks       40 x 1.33 = 53.20 weeks
                                                               absences by 8:00 a.m., Night students by 4:00 p.m.
                                                               and Weekend Students by 9:00 a.m.
Night 1200 hour and 1500 hour students are
contracted for 20 hours a week, therefore their                Excused absences are:
maximum time frame will be different.                          •	 An	 illness	 with	 a	 doctor’s	 note.
Evaluation    Est. Completion Time       Maximum Time Frame    •	 A	 child’s	 illness	 with	 a	 doctor’s	 note.
300 hr. level      15 weeks 15 X 1.33 = 19.95 weeks            •	 Court	 with	 proper	 documentation.
600 hr. level      30 weeks       30 x 1.33 = 39.90 weeks
900 hr. level      45 weeks       45 x 1.33 = 59.85 weeks

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     Leave of Absences
                                                               ceiving permission from your instructor.
                                                            •	 Students	 that	 choose	 to	 leave	 the	 building	 for	
                                                               a break or lunch must clock out and back in
    Leave of Absences are temporary interrup-
                                                               when student returns. A student who remains
tions of training at the request of the student for
                                                               in the building during breaks and or lunch
personal reasons. The request may be made in
                                                               earns the clock hour time.
writing, by e-mail or by phone and approved by
Administration. A leave of absence request must
be a minimum of 10 calendar days and a maxi-
mum of 180 days. A student is allowed a total of
180 calendar days leave of absence during their
                                                                 Grading Procedure
course. Such a leave will not result in additional              The following factors will be measured to de-
tuition, as we will extend graduation and maxi-             termine academic progress:
mum time frame dates accordingly. Veterans must                 Theory Tests
be terminated for VA pay purposes.                              Outlines, Workbooks
                                                                Practical Exams
                                                                Clinic Work
                                                                Graded Assignments
   Re-enrollment Policy                                         Projects

     Students who are dropped for making unsat-             The minimum acceptable grade for any theory is
isfactory progress in attendance and/or academ-             80%. All practical skills are graded on a pass/fail
ics, as well as students who are dropped due to             system.
behavioral issues must wait 90 days to re-enroll.               Anyone with a score below 80% must bring
     The waiting period will be waived for students         the score up before being allowed to graduate.
who are dropped due to medical or personal crisis           If desired, they can review the work in another
and those students who voluntarily withdrew. All            class. Tests can be retaken one time, any days as
re-enrolls must meet with the admissions office             class and clinic assignments permit.
and financial aid to receive permission to reenroll.
                                                            Grading Scale:
                                                               100 – 90 = A (Excellent)
                                                                89 – 80 = B (Average)
     Class Change Policy                                        79 or below = C (Below Average)
                                                               P = Passing (must be 80 or above)
•	 Class	 changes	 from	 nights	 to	 days	 or	 days	 to	       F = Fail (79 or below)
   nights are allowed one time unless mitigating
   circumstances.

                                                             Progress Test/Reports
       Personal Services                                        Progress reports/tests, for 1500 hour courses,
                                                            are distributed at the following hour levels: 300,
   Students may receive personal services in their          600, 900, 1200 and 1500 hours; 1200 hour courses
department if they meet the below criteria.                 at 300, 600, 900 and 1200 hours; 600 hour courses
                                                            at 200, 400 and 600 hours; 360 hour courses at
•	 Personal	 services	 may	 be	 performed	 after	 12:30	    120, 240 and 360 hours; and 240 hour courses at
   p.m. for day and weekend classes and 7:30 p.m.           120 and 240 hours. To meet satisfactory progress
   for night class. Clients must be served prior to a       an individual must maintain a minimum of 80%.
   student’s need!                                          If an individual does not meet this they are given
•	 You	 must	 receive	 prior	 permission	 from	 your	 in-   remedial training in the areas needing improve-
   structor and have the ability to pay for supplies        ment and a retest is given. The grades are then
   used.                                                    averaged. If this is not accomplished, training will
                                                            be interrupted and no further financial aid may
                                                            be disbursed. Grading system (100-70) is the mini-

Breaks and Meals Policy
                                                            mum grade considered satisfactory.

•	 A	 clock	 hour	 is	 defined	 as	 a	 minimum	 of	 50	
   minutes of supervised or directed instruction
   and appropriate breaks.
                                                                    Student Records
•	 Breaks	 and	 meals	 may	 be	 taken	 only	 after	 re-        It is the policy of the school to offer any stu-
                                                            dents the right to access their files. This must be

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done between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and
3:00 p.m. at the New Port Richey Campus.
Any copies a student may wish will be provided
                                                                     Nonimmigrant
to them at no additional charge. If a student is
out of state, a notarized written request must be
                                                                      Alien Status
                                                              B.I.S.B. is authorized under Federal laws to enroll
sent to the school.                                       nonimmigrant/alien students. A minimum of 22 hours
    Student’s records are permanently main-               per week is required for all students in this status;
tained at the New Port Richey Campus.                     therefore Massage Therapy and Instructor Training
Records of academic progress may be furnished             are not eligible courses.
to students, this does not include time sheets. A
compilation of the student’s time will be recorded
on a counseling sheet and provided to the stu-
dent.                                                                       Advising
                                                              Academic advising is provided to all students
                                                          at each evaluation period.
      Veteran’s Policies                                      Mental Health referral is available to all stu-
                                                          dents if required at any other time. (Seminars may
    We are State approved for Veteran’s training.         be scheduled focusing on drugs, alcohol, AIDS,
For Veterans, excused absences will be granted            etc.)
for extenuating circumstances only, and will be               Students in crisis are referred to the Harbor
substantiated by entries in a student’s files. Early      Behavioral Health Care institute, located at 8002
departures, class cuts, tardies, etc. for any portion     King	 Helie	 Blvd.,	 New	 Port	 Richey,	 FL.	 The	 building	
of an hour will be counted as a full hour absence.        number is 8002 (Multipurpose Building). A student
Students exceeding three days of unexcused ab-            in crisis may be evaluated, interviewed and given
sences in a calendar month will be terminated             directions for a counseling service.
for VA pay purposes, for unsatisfactory attendance.
Make-up work will be scheduled by the teacher.

                                                                  Campus Security
    Breaks – see School Rule #9 (page 20).
Barber-Styling, Cosmetology, Cosmetology/Barber-             Campus security policies statistics are available
Styling, Full Specialty, Instructor Training and Mas-     upon request in the office. Campus is monitored
sage Therapy                                              by a surveillance system.
    VA students falling below an 80% average
at the end of a calendar month will be put on
academic probation for one month. At the end of
the probation month, the VA will be notified to
terminate benefits if the student has not attained
                                                                             Housing
                                                              Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc. does
an 80% average. A veteran student terminated
                                                          not provide housing. There are many apartments
for unsatisfactory progress may be re-certified to
                                                          to rent near the school. We are happy to assist
the VA after attaining satisfactory progress at the
                                                          out of town, state or out of country students.
end of a monthly evaluation period.
Manicuring/Nail Extension and Facial/Skin Care

                                                             Grievance Procedure
    VA students falling below an 80% average at
the end of a weekly evaluation period will be put

                                                                  Guidelines
on academic probation for one week. At the end
of the probation week, the VA will be notified to
terminate benefits if the student has not attained             A student, teacher, or interested party may
an 80% average. A veteran student terminated              file a complaint against the school; however, the
for unsatisfactory progress may be re-certified to        complaint must be in writing to the school owner
the VA after attaining satisfactory progress at the       and should outline the allegation or nature of the
end of a weekly evaluation period.                        complaint. A school representative will meet with
                                                          the complainant within ten days of the receipt of
                                                          the written complaint. A record of this meeting

Student Visa (I-20 MN)
                                                          will be made and a copy given to the complain-
                                                          ant. IF a problem cannot be resolved through
    B.I.S.B. is authorized by the United States Depart-   discussion, the complaint will be referred to the
ment of Immigration (INS) to offer the I-20 Student       complaint committee. The complaint commit-
Visa. There is a non-refundable $250 administration       tee will meet within 21 calendar days of receipt
fee for the service.                                      of the complaint and review the allegations and

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                                                            Policy on Academic
subsequent written record from the meeting with
the school representative. If further information is
required, a letter requesting the additional in-
formation will be sent to the complainant. Upon
reviewing all the information, the committee will
                                                                Remediation
act on the allegations and a letter will be sent to          Students who are admitted to Bene’s Interna-
the complainant within 15 days stating the steps        tional School of Beauty, Inc. are given the follow-
taken to correct the problem, or information to         ing instructions if the student finds it necessary to
show that the allegations were not warranted            obtain extra academic assistance with any course.
based on fact. If the complainant has completed              The administration will set up specific times
all of the above steps and wants to pursue the          during the day or night, not to interfere with
matter further, a complaint form is available           theory hours or practical skills, to overview mate-
through our accreditation agency. The National          rial necessary for remediation. The total hours
Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts & Sci-       necessary for remediation are determined on an
ences, Inc., 4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 1300, Alexan-      individual basis. Assignments given to the student
dria, Virginia 22302-1432, (703) 600-7600, naccas@      in need may be completed as homework at school
naccas.org.                                             during the student’s free time. Any students that
                                                        let their grades fall below 80% must be remediated.


Graduation Requirements                                     Placement Services
    In order to graduate, a student must com-
plete theory and practical workbooks, graduation             Student information board is provided where
project, clinic services, pass a written theory and a   job opportunities are posted. Prior to graduation
written practical examination with an 80% aver-         all students are counseled as to jobs in which they
age, and complete all financial arrangements.           wish to apply for. The school however, does not
Upon completion the student will receive a diplo-       guarantee job employment, and makes no state-
ma from the school.                                     ments to the fact that after graduation a job is
* All students may schedule an appointment with         guaranteed.
the office to complete testing and/or license ap-
plications.

                                                                 Make-Up Policy
Disciplinary Committee                                      Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc. is
                                                        open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. -
     Any student who has been dropped from              10:00 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00
school due to any reason and wishes to return,          p.m. Our students are expected to come to school
must contact the attendance office and request          according to their contract. If for any reason a
in writing to request a meeting before the disci-       student needs to be excused, he will be expected
plinary committee to request a reenrollment. The        to make arrangements with the teacher to make
committee will meet within 30 days of the request       up the time the following week between 2:00 and
and the date and time will be sent in a letter to       10:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
the student requesting their attendance. After the          Massage Therapy students must make up a
meeting with the disciplinary committee, a letter       missed clinic day on another clinic day. There are
with the committee’s decision will be sent to the       no exceptions.
student within ten days. The committee’s decision
is final and students wishing to pursue the matter
further may fill out the complaint form available
through our accreditation agency. The National
Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts & Sci-
                                                                Reserved Rights
ences, Inc., 4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 1300, Alexan-          Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc.
dria, Virginia 22302-1432, (703) 600-7600, naccas@      reserves the right to make changes in the policies,
naccas.org.                                             procedures, schedules and other provisions in this
                                                        catalog in order to enhance the educational quality
                                                        and effectiveness of the Institute. Students will always
                                                        be given notification of any policy change.
                                                            Tuition and fees are subject to change with-
                                                        out notice.


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      Cancellation and                                        that the student will not be returning.
                                                           e. a student notifies the school of his or her
       Refund Policy                                          withdrawal by written notification. The
                                                              cancellation date will be noted by post-
    Should the student withdraw, be terminated                mark or hand delivery.
or cancel for any reason, all refunds will be made         f. if the course is cancelled prior to the stu-
according to the following schedule:                          dent’s enrollment, the school will provide a
                                                              full refund.
         Return of Title IV                                g. if the school permanently closes, the
                                                              student will receive a pro-rata refund or
    Determines the amount of Title IV aid a                   arrangements would be made for the stu-
student has earned. The unearned portion is                   dent to train at another facility.
returned. If a recipient of Title IV aid withdraws         h. Institution Refund Policy - For students
during a payment period, the institution must                 who enroll in and begin classes, the fol-
calculate the amount of Title IV aid the student              lowing schedule of tuition adjustment will
did not earn. Unearned Title IV funds must be                 be considered to meet minimum standards
returned to the Title IV program. If a student                for refunds:
withdraws after 60% of any payment period there
will be no refund.                                              Percentage Length Scheduled      Amount of
                                                                to Complete to Total Length     Tuition Owed
*REFUND DISTRIBUTION IS AS FOLLOWS:                                of Program or Course         to the School
   Direct Loan Programs, Pell Grant Programs,                         0.01% to 4.9%                  20%
any remaining funds will be disbursed to the stu-
                                                                        5% to 9.9%                   30%
dent.
                                                                      10% to 14.9%                   40%
                                                                      15% to 24.9%                   45%
Cancellation & Refund Policy                                          25% to 49.9%                   70%
                                                                      50% and over                  100%
1. Any monies due the student will be refunded
   within 30 days of official cancellation or              i. Books and supplies are non-refundable. If
   withdrawal (with the exception of a $50 non-                 a student withdraws he/she will be respon-
   refundable application fee). Or if:                          sible for the cost of the books, uniform
                                                                and supplies (if applicable) for the course.
   a. the student is not accepted, or is expelled
       from the school.                               2.   Any monies due the student who unofficially
                                                           withdraws or does not return from a leave of
   b. a student (or in the case of a student un-
                                                           absence, will be refunded within 30 days of a
       der legal age, his/her parent or guardian)
                                                           determination by the school that the student
       cancels his/her contract and demands his/
                                                           has withdrawn. To determine unofficial with-
       her money back in writing, within three
                                                           drawals, the school will monitor each student’s
       business days of the signing of the enroll-
                                                           weekly progress. After 14 consecutive unex-
       ment agreement or contract. In this case
                                                           cused days, a student may be dropped.
       all monies collected by the school shall
       be refunded except an application fee of       3.   The school will evaluate mitigating circum-
       $50.00. This policy applies regardless of           stances in each refund calculation.
       whether or not the student has actually        4.   Collection Policy: All past due accounts will be
       started training.                                   referred to a collection agency.
   c. a student cancels his/her contract and          5.   B.I.S.B. does not charge a termination fee.
       demands his/her money back in writing,
       after three business days of the signing

                                                                   School Rules
       of the enrollment agreement or contract,
       but prior to entering classes. In this case,
       he/she shall be entitled to a refund of all
       monies paid to the school less an applica-     1. Students must adhere to the Attendance Poli-
       tion fee of $50.00 plus registration fee.         cy. Students must clock in and out each day or
                                                         night.
   d. a student on an approved leave of ab-
       sence notifies the school that he or she       2. Day students report absences by 8:00 a.m.;
       will not be returning. The date of with-          night students report absences by 4:00 p.m.
       drawal shall be the earlier of the date of        Personal or child illness (documented by a
       expiration of the leave of absence or the         physician) and court appearances are excused
       date the student notifies the institution         absences.

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3. Student parking is assigned.                               disrespectful remarks to any student, staff or
4. Student must provide a notebook, pen and                   faculty member.
    required supplies. Students may not clock in        21.   Each student shall respectfully request ac-
    for school unless they are dressed according to           knowledgment by the instructor should they
    policy, have books and their supplies to per-             have a question or concern and refrain from
    form services.                                            otherwise interrupting the progress of the
5. A student who leaves school without permis-                lecture. This promotes the concentrated atmo-
    sion and without clocking out will be clocked             sphere necessary for student comprehension of
    out at the time they were last seen by their              the material.
    instructor. Students that choose to leave the       22.   All facilities are designated as non-smoking.
    school for a break or lunch must clock out          23.   No student shall engage in malicious destruc-
    and clock back in when the student returns.               tion of School property.
    A student who remains in the school during
                                                        24.   No student shall use any illegal drugs, alcohol
    breaks and or lunch earns the clock hour time.
                                                              or tobacco products while on School property
6. Specific sanitation assignments are given to               or attend School under the influence of such
    each student.                                             substances.
7. Students must stay with their clients during         25.   No student shall cheat on an examination or
    chemical services.                                        provide false information.
8. Students must be at their station performing         26.   No student shall engage in any behavior that
    services on clients or manikins, or doing book-           is legally defined by the government as sexual
    work at all times.                                        harassment.
9. Any equipment left in the school becomes             27.   Weapons of any type are forbidden.
    property of the school if not picked up within
    30 days of last day of attendance.
10. Students are not permitted visitors during class

                                                                 Student Conduct
    hours.
11. A beeper or cell phone must remain on moni-
    tor only while in class. Phone calls can only be        Students are expected to conduct themselves
    returned on breaks determined by the instruc-       professionally while attending classes, working in
    tor, outside of the building.                       a salon, or engaging in any activities sponsored
12. Students are not permitted to sell any prod-        by B.I.S.B. Violations of student rules or conduct
    ucts, crafts, or any items on the school prem-      policy can constitute grounds for dismissal.
    ises.
13. Students may take photographs in school with
    permission from the administration, teachers

                                                         Lockers and Personal
    and ALL persons being photographed.
14. Students may not fraternize at another stu-
    dent’s place of employment, as a client or visi-
    tor, or with B.I.S.B. employees.                          Belongings
15. Any tuition that is not paid per contracted ar-          Personal belongings are the student’s respon-
    rangements may be grounds for termination.          sibility. Locker space may be available for rental,
16. All enrolled students must have a phone num-        and all equipment should be marked for identifi-
    ber or a contact person with a phone number         cation and cared for carefully. Lockers and locks
    for a reference.                                    are school property. For safety reasons, school
                                                        management requires the use of school locks, and
17. NIGHT SCHOOL STUDENTS that fall below sat-
                                                        reserves the right to cut off any personal locks, or
    isfactory progress must be available to come
                                                        to enter lockers at any time. Personal effects left
    to the school for counseling before 5:00 p.m.
                                                        in lockers after student has dropped below half
18. B.I.S.B. will NOT be responsible for cash, credit   time attendance may be removed and held for
    cards or valuable items.                            30 days. During this 30 day time, we will attempt
19. No student shall express discriminatory dis-        to notify the student to make other storage ar-
    plays, actions or words towards any other stu-      rangements. After 30 days, the school assumes
    dent, staff or faculty member based on race,        no responsibility for these items and they may be
    color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, ethnic    disposed of in any way convenient. All equipment
    origin, age or handicap.                            necessary to the courses is part of the student kits
20. No student shall verbalize disparaging or           or is provided by the school. It is the student’s re-
                                                        sponsibility to replace any equipment as necessary

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to complete work assignments, if such equipment         annual basis.
becomes lost, stolen, or broken. Students should
                                                        SUBSIDIZED FEDERAL DIRECT STAFFORD LOANS:
have all equipment they might need, to complete
                                                        This is a low-interest, long term loan program
any assignment, available at all times.
                                                        available through the U.S. Department of Edu-
                                                        cation. Special applications are available in the
                                                        financial aid office. The loan is guaranteed by an
                                                        agency of the federal government. Interest does
       Tuition and Fees                                 not accrue and repayment does not begin while
                                                        the student is attending an approved school at
    Tuition and registration fees are listed per        least on a half-time basis. There is usually a six
course.	 Kits	 and	 supplies	 can	 be	 purchased	 	     month grace period after a student leaves school
through the school or at local supply stores.           before repayment begins. This loan is based on
                                                        financial need. THIS IS A LOAN AND MUST BE
                                                        REPAID BY THE STUDENT. An origination fee and
                                                        a guarantee fee are charged by the lender and
            Financial Aid                               deducted from the proceeds of each disbursement.
                                                        The maximum that may be borrowed for the first
     Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.   year of academic school is $3,500. THIS IS A LOAN
     The Financial Aid office requires an entrance      AND MUST BE REPAID BY THE STUDENT.
interview with all prospective students. Materi-
als regarding financial aid are distributed free of     UN-SUBSIDIZED FEDERAL DIRECT STAFFORD
charge.                                                 LOANS: This is a loan guaranteed by the federal
     Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc.        government. It is available to students who may
participates in five federal programs of assistance     require additional funds beyond the subsidized
– Federal Pell Grant, FSEOG, Federal Work Study         Stafford Loan. The government does not pay the
and Federal Stafford Loans (subsidized and un-          interest while the student is attending school,
subsidized). The amount and type of financial           but interest and principal can be deferred until
aid offered is based upon financial need as de-         six months after graduation, or it may be repaid
termined by the federal government’s system of          while the student is attending school. Inter-
need analysis. All students will qualify for loans,     est rates are identical to the subsidized Stafford
either through subsidized/unsubsidized guaranteed       Loans. It is strongly recommended that students
student loans; the exception would be a student         borrow under this program only what is absolute-
who is in default on a previous student loan, or a      ly necessary to meet educational expenses. THIS IS
student who has been convicted of possessing or         A LOAN AND MUST BE REPAID BY THE STUDENT.
selling illegal drugs.                                  FSEOG: A gift award that is based on financial
                                                        need. If you are awarded the Federal Pell Grant,
Application Process                                     you will receive first priority for this grant. An
    In order to apply for federal financial aid the     FSEOG does not require repayment.
student must complete the application for federal       Federal Work Study: Based on financial need. See
student Aid (FAFSA), and furnish the necessary          Financial Aid for details.
documentation required for verification of infor-
mation submitted. An interview is appropriate and       * We are also approved for training grants from
required in almost all circumstances.                   vocational rehabilitation and Veteran’s training.
    After the application is completed by the stu-      See office for details.
dent, the information will be sent to a servicer--
to determine the financial aid eligibility. Once
eligibility is determined, the financial aid office
will develop a breakdown showing the estimated           Evaluation/Dexterity/
charges and the financial aid that will cover those
charges.                                                  Physical Challenges
                                                            If a person has any questions about the dex-
Financial Aid Programs                                  terity needed to be successful in our courses, an
FEDERAL PELL GRANT: A federal program of                evaluation can be done for a fee of $75.00. This
grants (gift) based on demonstrated financial           evaluation takes one full day.
need. Upon receipt of the Student Aid Report, it            Students must be physically capable to
is signed by the student and used by this institu-      perfom the skills necessary for the course
tion to receive aid for the student. The maximum        chosen.
annual award is $4,310.00. It may change on an


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     Transfer Policy
                                                        Body Wrap Specialty Registration Fee - $30.00
                                                        Braiding Specialty Registration Fee - $30.00

   Evaluation/Previous
                                                        Massage Therapy Florida License Fee - $205.00
                                                        Massage Therapy Examination for Static Licensing

        Training
                                                          (NESL) Application - $175.00


Evaluation Fee $200.00.
    Credit for previous training will be evalu-
ated based on a transcript of previous hours and
                                                        Release of Information
services and granted if appropriate. The training          The school follows policies that:
time will be reduced appropriately and the stu-         a. guarantee each student (or parent or guardian
dent will be notified prior to enrollment. It will         if the student is a dependent minor) access to
be the policy of Bene’s International School of            that student’s records;
Beauty, Inc. to accept hours from another cos-          b. require written consent from the student or
metology school providing: a) Sufficient evidence          guardian for release of records in response
is presented to our school that their courses              to each third part request unless otherwise
are equivalent to Bene’s International School of           required by law;
Beauty, Inc.; and b) A test is taken for the transfer   c. before publishing “directory information” such
of hours. If the student scores a 95-100, all hours        as name, address and phone of student, date
will be credited. If the student scores a 94-75, the       and place of birth, major field of study, dates
clock hours will be reduced appropriately prior to         of attendance, degrees and awards received,
enrollment. Transfer hours will only be evaluated          date of graduation, previous school attended,
prior to enrollment.                                       and/or date of graduation from previous
* It is the student’s responsibility to confirm            school, allow the student or guardian to deny
whether or not credits will be accepted by anoth-          authority to publish one or more of these
er institution of the student’s choice.                    items;
                                                        d. provide and permit access to student and
                                                           other school records as required for any ac-
  Veterans Evaluation/                                     creditation process initiated by the institution
                                                           or by the National Accrediting Commission of

    Previous Training                                      Cosmetology Arts and Sciences, or in response
                                                           to a directive of the Commission.
    Credit for previous training will be evaluated
and granted if appropriate. The training time and
tuition will be reduced proportionately with the
VA and the veteran student notified.                                    Occupations
                                                        Barber Styling, Cosmetology and
Exam and License Fees                                   Cosmetology/Barber Styling
                                                        •	   Stylist	                 •	   Retail	 Specialist
                                                        •	   Salon	 Manager	          •	   Day	 Spa	 Stylist
Cosmetology (Promissor Test Fee) - $27.00
                                                        •	   Salon	 Owner	            •	   Product	 Educator
Cosmetology Florida License - $53.00
                                                        •	   Haircolor	 Specialist	   •	   Platform	 Artist
Full Barber - $27.00
Resticted Barber (Promissor Written Test Fee) - $9.00
Barber Florida License (Restricted) - $200.50           Facial Skin Care
  August 1 of odd year to March 31 of even year         •	 Facial	 Technician	        •	 Hair	 Removal	 Specialist
Barber Florida License (Restricted) - $196.00           •	 Make	 Up	 Artist	          •	 Body	 Wrap	 Specialist
  April 1 of even year to July 30 of odd year
Full Barber License                                     Full Specialty
  August 1 of odd year to                               •	 See	 Facial	 Skin	 Care	 and
        March 31 of even year - $178.00                    Manicuring/Nail Extension
  April 1 of even year to
        July 31 of odd year - $228.00                   Instructor Training
Manicuring Nail Extension Specialty Registration        •	 Cosmetology	 Instructor
  Fee - $85.00
Facial/Skin Care Specialty Registration Fee - $85.00
Full Specialist Fee - $85.00


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Manicuring Nail Extension I & II
•	 Manicurist
                                      Non-Discrimination Policy
•	 Pedicurist                             Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc.
•	 Artificial	 Nail	 Specialist       prohibits discrimination against current or prospec-
                                      tive students and employees on the basis of race,
Massage Therapy                       color, sex, religion, ethnic origin, age, disability,
•	 Massage	 Therapist                 sexual orientation, or any other legally protected
                                      characteristic.




                                   Notes




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              Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc.
                 2009 — 2011 Class Start Dates*
                    New Port Richey Campus
*Cosmetology                                               SPECIALTY CLASSES
1200 Hours - Days                                          Specialty Classes begin weekly Mondays 9:00 am
All Day Classes begin Mondays* 8:00 AM                     Days or Mondays 5:00 pm Nights
November 30, 2009        July 5, 2010
January 19, 2010 (Tues.) August 16, 2010
March 1, 2010            September 27, 2010                *Manicuring Nail Extension I
April 12, 2010           November 8, 2010                  240 Hours
May 24, 2010             January 3, 2011                   Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Days or
                                                           Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 5 –9 pm Nights
Cosmetology Nights
5:00 PM
January 19, 2010 (Tues.)   September 27, 2010
April 12, 2010             December 20, 2010
                                                           *Manicuring Nail Extension II
                                                           360 Hours
July 5, 2010
                                                           Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Days or
                                                           Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 5 –9 pm Nights
*Barbering
1200 Hours - Nights Only
November 30, 2009        August 16, 2010                   *Facial/Skin Care
March 1, 2010            November 8, 2010                  360 Hours
May 24, 2010                                               Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Days or
                                                           Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 5 –9 pm Nights

*Cosmetology/Barber Styling
1500 Hours
The 1500 hour Cosmo Barber course is only
                                                           *Full Specialty
                                                           600 Hours
offered at night.
                                                           Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Days or
                                                           Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 5 –9 pm Nights
Massage Therapy
600 Hours
Day Class
December 14, 2009 (Lauren)
                                                           School Closed
                                                           January 1, 2010 - New Year’s Day
April 26, 2010 (Karrie)
                                                                  (reopen Monday, January 4, 2010)
August 9, 2010 (Lauren)
                                                           January	 18,	 2010	 -	 Martin	 Luther	 King,	 Jr.	 Day
December 13, 2010 (Karrie)
                                                           April 4, 2010 - Easter Sunday
                                                           May 31, 2010 - Memorial Day
Night Class
                                                           July 4, 2010 - Independence Day
April 26, 2010 (Joyelle)
                                                           September 6, 2010 - Labor Day
December 13, 2010 (Joyelle)
                                                           November 11, 2010 - Veteran’s Day
                                                           November 25, 2010 - Thankgiving Day
All Weekend Classes begin Saturday 9:00 AM
                                                           December 25, 2010 - Christmas Day
April 24, 2010 (Gillian)
February 12, 2011

         *Part time schedules available -
          minimum 12 hours per week
                                            (Rev. 11/09)
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              Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc.
                          2010 Class Start Dates*
                            Spring Hill Campus
*Cosmetology                                               SPECIALTY CLASSES
1200 Hours - Days                                          Specialty Classes begin weekly Mondays 9:00 am
All Day Classes begin Mondays* 8:00 AM                     Days or Mondays 5:00 pm Nights
January 19, 2010 (Tues.) July 5, 2010
March 1, 2010            August 16, 2010
April 12, 2010           September 27, 2010                *Manicuring Nail Extension I
May 24, 2010             November 8, 2010                  240 Hours
                                                           Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Days or
Cosmetology Nights                                         Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 5 –9 pm Nights
5:00 PM
March 1, 2010            August 16, 2010
May 24, 2010             November 8, 2010
                                                           *Manicuring Nail Extension II
                                                           360 Hours
*Barbering                                                 Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Days or
                                                           Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 5 –9 pm Nights
1200 Hours - Nights Only
January 19, 2010 (Tues.) July 5, 2010
April 12, 2010           September 27, 2010
                                                           *Facial/Skin Care
                                                           360 Hours
*Cosmetology/Barber Styling                                Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Days or
1500 Hours                                                 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 5 –9 pm Nights
The 1500 hour Cosmo Barber course is only
offered at night.
                                                           *Full Specialty
Massage Therapy                                            600 Hours
                                                           Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Days or
600 Hours
                                                           Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 5 –9 pm Nights
Day Class
January 19, 2010
June 14, 2010

Night Class
                                                           School Closed
                                                           January 1, 2010 - New Year’s Day
January 19, 2010 (if needed)
                                                                  (reopen Monday, January 4, 2010)
June 14, 2010
                                                           January	 18,	 2010	 -	 Martin	 Luther	 King,	 Jr.	 Day
                                                           April 4, 2010 - Easter Sunday
                                                           May 31, 2010 - Memorial Day
                                                           July 4, 2010 - Independence Day
                                                           September 6, 2010 - Labor Day
                                                           November 11, 2010 - Veteran’s Day
                                                           November 25, 2010 - Thankgiving Day
                                                           December 25, 2010 - Christmas Day



         *Part time schedules available -
          minimum 12 hours per week
                                            (Rev. 11/09)
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Bene’s International School Of Beauty, Inc.

         7027 U.S. Highway 19
       New Port Richey, FL 34652
             (727) 848-8415
          Fax: (727) 846-0269
       E-mail: isbschool@aol.com
          www.isbschool.com




               OWNERSHIP
Bene’s International School of Beauty, Inc.




                      OFFICERS
                    Patrick J. Bené
                       President

                     Vicki L. Bené
                     Vice President




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             We are licensed by
 Commission for Independent Education
      Florida Department of Health
  Division of Medical Quality Assurance
        Board of Massage Therapy
  Our provider number is: MCE 288-05

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              Bene’s International School Of Beauty, Inc.

                                                  7027 U.S. Highway 19
                                                New Port Richey, FL 34652
                                                Admissions: (727) 848-8415
                                                School Fax: (727) 846-0269
                                                E-mail: isbschool@aol.com
                                                   www.isbschool.com

                                                   Spring Hill Campus
                                                  1486 Pinehurst Drive
                                                  Spring Hill, FL 34606
                                            (352) 263-2744 • 1-866-724-2363




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