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					1             SALIENT FEATURES OF THE PROGRAMME

                       Sector                       :   Unorganized Sector

                       Name of the                  :   Hair Stylist
                        Course/Trade
                                                     :   To be allotted
                       Code No.

                       Level                        :   Level –1

                       Duration in hours            :   480 hrs (including practical training)

                       Entry Qualification          :   Desirable: Minimum 5th Standard & 16 years of
                        /Eligibility for admission       age (Batch of 20 trainees)

Note:-
   i. It is assumed that trainees will get a minimum of 360 contact hours with a
       working of 6 hrs per day for 5 days per week for 12 weeks (considering effective
       period of three months).

        ii.    The time distribution mentioned against each competency (sub unit) in the
               document is suggestive and trainers are free to make adjustments as per
               trainees’ requirement and capabilities

        iii. The trainees are to be sent for practical training for 120 hours under the
             supervision of trainer/supervisor towards the end of the course in addition to
             institutional training as purposed above.

        iv. The trainees will be certified only after they have been evaluated for attainment
            of various competencies.

    2          EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

2.1            Wage Employment

                Jobs in Private Parlors/Saloons/Barber shop
                Jobs in companies making hair dyes and other such products
                Jobs in companies making kits for saloons

2.2            Self Employment

                      Setup their own small barber shop/hair cutting shop
                      Provide home service for hair cutting, hair colouring and other such services
                      Provide service to patients in hospitals for hair cutting, shaving etc.

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  3     JOB/TRADE PROFILE

            Dealing with costumers and communicating effectively

            Adopting safety measures and using first-aid kits

            Carrying out head bath and massage

            Applying appropriate colour on hair

            Identifying various features available in different brands of products

            Identifying various tools and equipments used in saloons

            Carrying out hair cutting of ladies

            Carrying out shaving and hair cutting of men

            Carrying out hair cutting of children

            Carrying out straightening and roller setting of hair

            Set hair with various styles for various occasions


  4     MODULES OF STUDY AND TIME ALLOCATION
S           Title of the Module                           Time Allocation (in Hours)
No.                                                     Theory    Practical      Total
(i)     Effective Communication and First-Aid             16         14           30
(ii)    Head bath, massage and colouring                  08            10            18
(iii)   Trimming and simple cutting                       01            21            21
(iv)    Hair cutting of children, men and ladies          05           195            200
(v)     Straightening and roller setting of hair          03            32            35
(vi)    Hair Styles for various occasions                 03            52            55
(vii)   Practical Training                                 -           120            120
                                             Total        36           444            480
Note: - Duration of Practical training: 120 Hrs.




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5       CONTENT DETAILS

5.1     TITLE OF THE MODULE          :   EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND FIRST-                  (30Hrs)
                                         AID
        Module Competencies:

5.1.1   Communicates effectively with customers, superiors and co-workers

        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                                      (10Hrs)

            Significance of communication
            Barriers in communication
            Effective listening
            Professional attitude towards client
            Qualities of pleasing personality
            Etiquettes and manners (including Telephone Etiquettes)
            Interpersonal Relations
        Practice tasks                                                                      (08 Hrs)
            Exercises on situational conversation
            Exercises on good telephonic conversation
            Practice on effective conversation keeping different customers in mind (Role
              Playing

            Practice for etiquettes and manners (including telephone etiquettes)

        Guidelines for Assessment
           The student should be assessed for the following:
            Able to communicate effectively in a given situation
            Able to converse impressively on telephone
            Able to demonstrate desirable etiquettes while dealing with others

5.1.2   First aid procedures for minor cuts, burns and eye protection

        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                                      (06 Hrs)

            First aid treatment for burns, minor cuts, foreign body in the eye including
             chemicals
            Importance of safe handling of inflammable oil, cosmetics, material and
             equipment


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            Safety and health regulations
            Personal Hygiene (Protective clothing and equipment)
            Good house keeping
        Practice Tasks                                                           (06 Hrs)
            To apply bandage
            Perform basic first aid for cuts and burns
            Practice in safe working procedures and observe the necessary
             precautions

            Observe safety procedures when handling electrical equipments

            Maintain good house keeping
            Follow procedure for sterilization and sanitation
        Guidelines for Assessment

        The student should be assessed for the following

            Follow first aid procedure
            Observe safety procedures during working and operating electrical
             equipments and other equipments
            Observes good house keeping

5.2     TITLE OF THE MODULE         : HEAD BATH, MASSAGE AND COLOURING           (18 Hrs)

        Module Competencies:

5.2.1   Able to carry out head bath using shampoo and conditioner

        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                           (03 Hrs)

            Types of hair
            Knowledge of hair texture
            Types of shampoos and rinses
            Knowledge of serrum and its use
            Advantages and disadvantages of various types of shampoo


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            Knowledge of dandruff
            Curing dandruff using simple remedies
        Practice Tasks                                                                   (02 Hrs)
            Preparation of client and trolley for shampooing
            Shampoo and rinses hair
            Carry out hot oil shampooing.
            Carry out forward and back shampooing with emphasis on the comfort of the client
            Practice in following procedure for curing dandruff using simple remedies
        Guidelines for Assessment

           The student should be assessed for the following
            Shampoo and rinses hair
            Forward and back shampooing
            Apply conditioner on hair
            Hot oil shampooing
5.2.2   Carry out scalp massage

        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                                   (03 Hrs)

            Importance and benefits of scalp massage
            Knowledge of pressure points and steps involved in hair massage
            General precautions taken for massage of hair and scalp
            Knowledge of different types of hair oils for head massage
            Steaming of hair after shampoo
        Practice Tasks                                                                   (05 Hrs)

            Applies oil and massage observing precautions
            Carry out brushing, combing and back combing
            Carry out deep conditioning of hair
            Steaming of hair after shampoo

        Guidelines for Assessment
        The student should be assessed for the following:

            Applying oil, conditioning of hair and message

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5.2.3   Able to colour hair                                                              (02 Hrs)
        Related Theoretical Knowledge:
            Classification of hair colour in dealing knowledge of branded hair colours available in
             the market: temporary and permanent

            Knowledge of branded hair colours available in the market

            Allergy tests
            Use of heena for colouring hair
            Procedure for preparing heena for better results

        Practice Tasks                                                                    (03 Hrs)
            Carry out allergy tests
            Practice of application of temporary and permanent hair colours
            Observes precautions while colouring hair
            Preparing heena paste
            Practice of application heena
        Guidelines for Assessment
        The student should be assessed for the following:

            Apply temporary and permanent hair colours
            Carry out allergy tests
            Apply heena
5.3     TITLE OF THE MODULE            : TRIMMING AND SIMPLE HAIR CUTTING                 (22 Hrs)
        Module Competencies:

5.3.1   Carry out trimming and simple hair cutting

        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                                   (01 Hrs)
            Knowledge of various equipment and their functions in hair cutting
            Precautions in use of equipment
            Steps and precautions in trimming and simple cutting
        Practice Tasks                                                                   (21 Hrs)
            Practice of trimming
            Practice of sectioning
            Practice of simple cutting


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            Drying of hair with hair dryer
        Guidelines for Assessment

        The student should be assessed for the following:
            Able to carry out simple hair cut
            Dry hair with hair dryer

5.4     TITLE OF THE MODULE           : HAIR CUTTING OF LADIES, MEN AND                    (200 Hrs)
                                        CHILDREN
        Module Competencies:

5.4.3   Perform hair cutting of ladies

        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                                     (01 Hrs)

            Knowledge of simple hair cutting techniques for ladies hair: straight
             cut, U-cut, V-cut and Boy-cut

            Knowledge of simple blunt cutting techniques for ladies hair: normal
             blunt, neck blunt and short blunt

            Knowledge of different step cutting techniques for ladies hair
        Practice Tasks                                                                     (105 Hrs)
            Practice in simple hair cutting techniques for ladies hair: straight cut,
             U-cut, V-cut and Boy-cut

             Carry out different styles of blunt cutting: normal blunt, neck blunt and
               short blunt

            Carry out simple step hair cutting of ladies
        Guidelines for Assessment

        The student should be assessed for the following
             Carry out simple hair cutting techniques for ladies hair: Straight cut U-cut, Boy-cut
               and V-cut,

             Carry out different styles of blunt cutting: normal blunt, neck blunt and short blunt,

           Carry out simple step hair cutting of ladies
5.4.2     Perform shaving, threading and shaping different types of beard
        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                                    ( 01 Hrs)
            Knowledge of shaving and threading


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            Knowledge of different types of beard
            Knowledge of different types of beard matching with face
        Practice Tasks                                                                 (15 Hrs)
            Practice in shaving and threading
            Practice in making different types of beard matching with face
        Guidelines for Assessment

        The student should be assessed for the following:
           Carry out shaving and threading
           Make different types of beard matching with face
5.4.3     Perform different styles of hair cutting of men
        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                                (01 Hrs)

           Knowledge of different hair styles of men (simple, mushroom, razor cut, spike cut,
            classic cut) matching with face shape and profession
        Practice Tasks                                                                (40Hrs)
            Practice in carrying out different hair styles of men (simple, mushroom, razor cut,
             spike cut, classic cut)

            Shaving of full head (Mundan)

        Guidelines for Assessment

        The student should be assessed for the following:
           Carry out different hair styles of men (simple, mushroom, razor cut, spike cut, classic
              cut)

           Shaving of full head (Mundan)
5.4.4   Perform hair cutting of children

        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                                (02 Hrs)

            Knowledge of handling children of different age groups as desired for their hair
             cutting

            Styles of children hair cutting

        Practice Tasks                                                                (35 Hrs)

            Carry out trimming and different styles of hair cutting of children
            Shaving of full head (Mundan)


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        Guidelines for Assessment
        The student should be assessed for the following:
            Carry out trimming and different styles of hair cutting of children
            Shaving of full head (Mundan)


5.5     TITLE OF THE MODULE           : TEMPORARY STRAIGHTENING AND                (35 Hrs)
                                        ROLLER SETTING OF HAIR
        Module Competencies:

5.5.1   Carry out temporary straightening

        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                             (01 Hrs)

            Knowledge of hair straightening
            Types of hair straightening
        Practice Tasks                                                             (10 Hrs)

           Practice in hair straightening by ironing
        Guidelines for Assessment

        The student should be assessed for the following:
           Straightening hair by ironing
5.5.2   Carry out roller setting of hair
        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                             (02 Hrs)
            Knowledge of roller setting and crimping for hair
             Types of rollers for hair setting
        Practice Tasks                                                             (22 Hrs)
            Practice on roller setting of hair
            Practice on crimping of hair
        Guidelines for Assessment
        The student should be assessed for the following:
            Carry out roller setting
            Carry out crimping of hair




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5.6     TITLE OF THE MODULE           : HAIR STYLES FOR VARIOUS                         ( 55 Hrs)
                                        OCASSIONS
        Module Competencies:

5.6.1   Making hair styles for different occasions
        Related Theoretical Knowledge:                                                   ( 03 Hrs)

            Setting of switches
            Types of hair styles according to length of hair, matching with face
            Setting of hair using blow dryer

        Practice Tasks                                                                   (52 Hrs)
            Making different types of hair styles with accessories matching with face
            Practice in long hair styling
            Practice in short hair styling
            Washing of switches
            Setting of switches
            Practice in making juras of various styles

        Guidelines for Assessment

        The student should be assessed for the following:

            Able to carry out different types of hair styles (long hair styling and short hair styling)
             matching with face
            Able to make juras of various styles


6.      Recommendations      for   Effective   Curriculum   Implementation,    Evaluation    and
        Certification


        Since this skill development course is tailor made i.e. designed to meet the
        requirement of selected group of students for developing desired competencies in
        the given trade, it is pertinent for trainers to understand the design philosophy and
        arrange teaching learning process using appropriate strategies. The following points
        may be considered by the trainer at the time of planning the training programme and
        subsequently during the implementation, evaluation and certification stage.




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       i.   There are multiple competencies in each module. The course curriculum also
            takes care of the effective communication and entrepreneurial qualities. Each
            module has specific competencies which trainees are expected to acquire at the
            end of the programme. In order to achieve these competencies, the curriculum
            describes the practice tasks/exercises and related theoretical knowledge
            (underpinning knowledge).     Time has been allocated for both of these
            components for the assistance of trainer. Guidelines for assessment have been
            mentioned against each module for the convenience of evaluation of the
            students.

       ii. The curriculum is designed for a contact period of 30 hours per week but can be
           increased/changed as per convenience of the trainees and the trainer.

       iii. The trainer will assess the attainment of each specific competency of the
            individual learner and will maintain record in a digital data form i.e. Yes/No. In
            case when the trainee gets ‘No’, he/she will work further to learn and attain the
            desired skills till he/she earns ‘Yes’.

       iv. Each competency/ skill will be assessed/tested by the trainer as per acceptable
           norms and record will be maintained for final certification. The final assessment
           of skills attained through practice jobs and acquisition of relevant knowledge
           should preferably be carried out by an external master trainer, who will focus on
           overall skill attainment of trainees in the light of module competencies laid down
           in the curriculum.

       v. The examiner will set an objective type question paper for theory examinations of
          each unit under final assessment based on application oriented questions.
          Preferably, the question paper should aim at testing the understanding of the
          basic principles and concepts learnt by the students and their application in
          problem solving.

       vi. The final assessment of practical skill development should not be limited to
           testing one or two modular skills but should spread to assessment of all the
           acquired skills in an integrated manner. It should ultimately assess the ability of
           the student to accomplish the given job.

7   RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS

7.1 Physical Resources: These include space, equipment, tools and raw materials

A) Space:

    A room of size 60 Sq. m. having different partitions for performing practice work as well
    as theoretical instructions under various modules with proper illumination and ventilation

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B) Equipment, Tool and Instruments

  Sr.No   Description (Name                                         Quantity
    1.    Barber chair                                              06
    2.    Backwash chair                                            02
    3.    Wash basin with complete fitting                          02
    4.    Mirror (Full length, wall mounted)                        04
    5.    Scissor set                                               20
    6.    Ringlette Rollers (small, Medium, and large) Electronic   03. each
          rods
    7.    Hair clipper mechanical                                   04 No
    8.    Almirah                                                   03 No.
    9.    Display Board                                             01 No.
    10.   Equipment Table                                           01 No.
    11.   Crimping Tongue                                           02No.
    12.   Hand Hair Dryer Heavy duty                                05 No.
    13.   Diffuser                                                  02 No.
    14.   Scalp Steamer electronic                                  01 No.
    15.   Shampoo station with chair                                02 No.
    16.   Geyzer 25 LTS                                             01 No.
    17.   Dummy Head on stand with slipon                           10No.
    18.   Front wash basin                                          02 No.
    19.   Sterilizing Unit Wet                                      01 No.
    20.   Trolleys                                                  04 No.
    21.   Ceramic Straightening Iron                                03No.
    22.   Mirror Panel                                              03No.
    23.   Teachers Chair & table                                    01No.
    24.   Curtains for Lab.                                         As per
                                                                    requirement
    25.   Back View Mirror                                          01 No.
    26.   Computer Table                                            02 No.
    27.   Towel Warmer                                              01 No.
    28.   Scissor Bag                                               01 No.
    29.   Massager                                                  02 No.




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C)      List of Consumables (For one Batch)

 Sr.   Particulars of Consumables                               Quantity
No.
   1. Comb set                                           05
   2. Spatula                                            04
   3. Tweezers                                           03
   4. Setting clips                                      24
   5. Hair Rollers (small, Medium, and large)            12dz. each
   6. Hair styling clips (large and small)               24dz. each
   7. Hair spray Bottle                                  10
   8. Plain switch (heavy)                               10
   9. Plain Bun (different types)                        24 No.
   10. Gloves                                            20 No.
   11. Open Teeth comb                                   24 No.
   12. Styling comb / tail comb                          24 No.
   13. Blunt Razor +with shaving Blade                   10 No.
   14. Thinning Scissor                                  10 No.
   15. Hair dusting soft brush                           10 No.
   16. Wigs with skin parting/woven on net               10 No.
   17. Plaits                                            10 No.
   18. Hair Extension Kits                               24 No.
   19. Switch stand                                      24 No.
   20. Dye Bowl                                          08 No.
   21. Dye brush                                         02
   22. Colour Scale                                      02 No.
   23. Shampoo of different types (500 ml)               05 bottles
   24. Disinfectants ( 1 litre)                          02bottles
   25. Henna                                             10 packs
   26. Thread                                            10 nos
   27. Talcum powder(1 Kg)                               02 nos
   28. Conditioner                                       2 ltrs
   29. Towels : (Big, Medium, Small: 7 each)             21
   30. Aprons                                            06
   31. Hair cutting sheets                               15
   32. Cotton Gauge 500gm                                05 nos.
   33. Sponge                                            10 pieces
   34. Tissue paper                                      10 pkt.
   35. First aid Kit                                     02 Nos.
   36. Hair Spray (500 ml)                               02 bottles
   37. Hair accessories (decorative) of different types  24 pieces
   38. Hair pins                                         02 boxes
   39. Miscellaneous (safety pins, jura pins, oils etc.) As per requirement
Note: More raw materials may be needed for keeping in view the new trends


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7.2         Human Resource:

            The trainer should have one of the following qualifications:

(a)         ITI in Beautician with relevant two years experience in beauty-parlor/saloon/ teaching.
(b) Diploma in beauty-culture and hair styling with one year experience.

(c)         A trained hair stylist with five years experience.


7.3         Informational Resources

      i.      Shahnaz Hussain ‘Beauty and Hair’ Orient Paperbacks (A division of vision books
              Pvt. Ltd.) 54/8, Ansari Road New Delhi –110002

      ii.     Habib Hair Cutting

      iii. Dave Urvashi Beauty Recipes, Navneet Publications Ltd. Mumbai

8 LIST OF EXPERTS

            Following experts participated in the Workshop for finalizing the curriculum for the
            course on ‘Hair Stylist’ held on 12th October, 2010 held at NITTTR, Chandigarh

               Sr No    Name of Experts

               1.       Sangeeta
                        Instructor
                        Gandhi Polytechnic
                        ,Muzzafarnagar

               2.       Renubala
                        Instructor
                        Chandigarh College of
                        Engineering & Technology,
                        Campus
                        Sector-26 Chandigarh

               3.       Sonu
                        Instructor
                        b:hair
                        SCO-87,First Floor
                        Sector-46-C Chandigarh

               4.       Prem
                        Instructor

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      b:hair
      SCO-87,First Floor
      Sector-46-C Chandigarh

5.    Rekha Shama
      174311,kathmajri,
      Ambala City

6.    Renu Gulati
      Instructor
      GCCI (Women)
      Sector-11 -C Chandigarh

7.    Sona Kapoor
      Guest Trainer
      Ram Nagar
      Ambala City

8.    Palamjit Kaur
      Guest Trainer
      TCKT Institute
      Rishi Nagar
      Ludhiana

9.    Dr SP Bedi (Leader of Team ‘C’)
      Professor
      Education Department
      NITTTR, Chandigarh

10.   Dr UN Roy (Member of Team ‘C’)
      Associate Professor
      Rural development
      NITTTR, Chandigarh

11.   Er Poonam Syal
      Associate Professor
      Rural development
      NITTTR, Chandigarh

12.   Er. Rama Chabra
      Associate Professor, IMCO
      NITTTR, Chandigarh

13    Ms Tejinder Kaur
      Project Associate,
      Rural Development


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     NITTTR, Chandigarh

14   Ms Gitanjali Sahu
     Project Associate
     Rural Development
     NITTTR, Chandigarh




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