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					                                     CISCO COLLEGE
                                      CISCO, TEXAS
                                        SYLLABUS

DEPARTMENT:                COSMETOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: CSME 1447 PRINCIPLES OF SKIN CARE /
                         FACIAL AND RELATED THEORY

CREDIT HOURS:              4      HOURS/WK LEC: 1                 HOURS/WK LAB: 8

INSTRUCTOR:           ELAINE WILLINGHAM                    EMAIL: Elaine.willingham@cisco.edu

Summer Hours – 7:30 to 5:00

OFFICE TELEPHONE: (254) 442 –5190 or 442-5055

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    I.        CATALOG DESCRIPTOIN:

           The theory and application of skin care, the structure of skin, use of skin care
           machines, massage, hair removal, skin treatments and corrective make-up
           applications.

    II.       REQUIRED BACKGROUND:

           Prerequisite with CSME 1451 Orientation to Cosmetology

    III.      TEXT, OTHER REFERENCE MATERIALS:

           Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, (2007) Milady Publishing Co. Kibbe,
           Constance V.

    IV.       METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:

           This course will be conducted in a cosmetology lab, hands – on experience
           requiring audio – visuals, transparencies and class demonstrations will constitute
           the major portion of the class.

    V.        METHODS OF EVALUATION:

                  25% individual practical performances with dress and attitude evaluations
                  25% written unit tests and quizzes
                  25% final written and practical exam
          25% attendance

          COURSE GRADE:

          100   -   90   =   A
           89   -   80   =   B
           79   -   70   =   C
           69   -   60   =   D

      MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONS

          All weekly tests are to be taken in theory class time periods. Students must
          make up test upon re-entering the FIRST day of class. After THE
          ABSENCE. One make-up test only, others will be graded as “0”. Extreme
          circumstances will be considered by instructor. Semester final
          PRACTICAL examinations will be made up at the instructor’s direction
          and convenience.

          Academic Integrity: It is the intent of Cisco College to foster a spirit
          of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of students
          to present as their own any work they have not honestly performed is regarded
          by the faculty and administration as a serious offense and renders the offender
          liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension.

VI.     ATTNEDANCE REQUIREMENTS:


          The guidelines of Cisco College for being dropped from classes are:

                    M – W – F classes = 9 unexcused absences and failing grades
                    T – T classes = 6 unexcused classes and failing grades

          Proper Doctor or Death excuses will be expected upon return to school for
          excused absences.

          The instructor reserves the right to review the parameter of each case
          individually.

          Student Conduct: Students are expected to take responsibility in helping to
          maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. In order to
          assure that all students have the opportunity to gain from the time spent in class,
          students are prohibited from using cell phones or beepers, making offensive
          remarks, reading material not related to class, sleeping, or engaging in any
          other forms of distraction. Inappropriate behavior in the classroom shall result,
          at a minimum, in a request to leave class and clock out. A more detailed list of
          inappropriate behaviors is found in the current student handbook.
VII.    COURSE CONTENT:

   A.     CHAPTER 24

          1.    Explain the terms associated with electricity.
          2.    Discuss high-frequency, sinusoidal, galvanic and faradic currents.
          3.    Explain the usage and methods of application of high-frequency,
                sinusoidal, galvanic and faradic currents.
          4.    Discuss the electric equipment used in a salon.
          5.    Explain the need for a grounding wire on an appliance.
          6.    Explain the need for a circuit breaker.
          7.    Discuss the use of a fuse.
          8.    Define the use of light therapy in relation to skin care programs.

   B.     CHAPTER 21

          1.    Discuss the basic facts of the structure of the skin.
          2.    List and define the layers of the skin.
          3.    Explain the functions of the skin.
          4.    Discuss the glands of the skin and their functions.
          5.    Discuss the disorders of the sudoriferous glands.
          6.    Explain the disorders of the pigmentation of skin.
          7.    Describe common growths on the skin.
          8.    Describe dandruff.
          9.    Name the common skin inflammations.
          10.   Discuss parasitic infections.
          11.   Discuss bacterial infections and lesions of the skin.

   C. CHAPTER 18

          1.    Describe and demonstrate the five facial massage manipulations.
          2.    Discuss the effects of massage on nerves and muscles.
          3.    Name other forms of muscle and nerve stimulation’s.

   D. CHAPTER 19

          1.    Discuss the categories of facials.
          2.    Analyze a clients skin before a facial.
          3.    Demonstrate the procedures for a normal skin facial.
          4.    Demonstrate the facial procedure for dry skin.
          5.    Demonstrate the facial procedure for oily skin.
          6.    Demonstrate the facial procedure for comedones.
          7.    Demonstrate the facial procedure for minor acne.
          8.    Discuss the treatment for whiteheads.
          9.    Demonstrate the procedure for a clay pack on oily skin.
             10.    Demonstrate the procedure for a hot oil mask on dry skin.
             11.    Discuss the skin structure of the skin including the factors that
                    affect the skin.
             12.    Discuss the development of a skin care program.
             13.    Identify the method of skin analysis.
             14.    Discuss the product used for skin care treatment.
             15.    List the electric machines used for skincare treatments.
             16.    Discuss the methods dealing with electrology.
             17.    Discuss the safety and sanitary precautions needed to protect the
                    patron.

      E. CHAPTER 20

             1.     Discuss the cosmetics used in facial makeup.
             2.     Demonstrate the application of facial makeup.
             3.     Explain the illusions created when using makeup.
             4.     Discuss corrective face and eye makeup.
             5.     Demonstrate the procedure for arching with tweezers.
             6.     Explain the standards used by professionals to shape the eyebrows.
             7.     Demonstrate the procedure for arching using wax or honey
                    preparation.
             8.     Demonstrate the procedure for lash and brow tinting.
             9.     Discuss and demonstrate the application of applying strip and
                    individual eyelashes.
             10.    Practice all safety and sanitary precautions.
             11.    Relate the facial standards in relation to the oval face.

      F. CHAPTER 22

             1.     Discuss the temporary means of removing hair.
             2.     Demonstrate the procedure for removal of hair using wax.
             3.     Discuss the types of electrolysis.
             4.     Explain the parts of an electrolysis machine.
             5.     Discuss the precautions for permanent hair removal.

VIII.    LIBRARY RESOURCES:

      Students will have access to a comprehensive Cosmetology Resource library
      located in the Director’s office as well as the on campus library resources.




IX.      COURSE COMPETENCIES:

      Upon completion of the course the student will be able to do the following:
1.     Pass a test over the purposes and layers of the skin.
2.     Analyze a patron’s skin during a consultation.
3.     Recognize the common disorders and diseases of the skin.
4.     List the various types of machines used for light therapy and
       identify the purpose.
5.     Complete a facial within 40 minutes following sanitary and
       professional techniques.
6.     Pass a test over facial techniques and application of makeup with
       an average of 70.
7.     Key a color analysis on a client in conjunction with makeup
       application.
8.     Perform a facial massage using the information outlined in this
       course.
9.     Remove facial hair using wax following the safety and sanitary
       rules outlined.
10.    Arch eyebrows using either tweezers or wax according to the facial
       standards.
11.    Apply a depilatory following all safety and sanitary rules.
12.    Pass a written test with a 70% over permanent hair removal.
13.    Pass a written test with a 70% over skin care and facial makeup.
14.    Successfully complete the exit (capstone) exam.

SCAN COMPETENCIES:

The Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCAN)
identified competencies in the area of Resources, Interpersonal,
Information, Systems and Technology; and foundation skills in the areas
of Basic skills, Thinking Skills and Personal Qualities. This course is part
of a program in which each of these competencies and skills are
integrated. For application of specific SCANS competencies and skills in
                                                                    this
                                                                    course:
                                                                    see
                                                                    attached
                                                                    form.
variety of mathematical techniques; uses quantitative data to construct
logical explanations for real world situations; expresses mathematical ideas
and concepts orally and in writing; and understands the role of chance in
the occurrence and prediction of events.
                              CISCO COLLEGE
                               Course syllabus


DEPARTMENT:        COSMETOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE:1434 – COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR I

CREDIT HOURS:      4 HOURS/WK LEC.:2                     HOURS/WK LAB: 6

INSTRUCTOR:        ELAINE WILLINGHAM             OFFICE HOURS: 8- 4:30

OFFICE TELEPHONE:          (254) 442 – 5055 or 442-5190


……………………………………………………………………………………………

     I.     COURSE DESCRIPTION:

            An overview of the skills and knowledge necessary for the field of
            Cosmetology.
     II.    REQUIRED BACKGROUND:

            Current Texas Operator License - CSME 1435

     III.   TEXTS, OTHER REFERENCES MATERIALS

            Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, (2007). Master Educator Student
            Course Book (2000) Milday Publishing Company, Kibbe, Contance V.
            Milady Cosmetology Instructor Exam review manual.

            The Texas Cosmetology Statutes

     IV.    METHODS OF INSTRUCTION

            This course will be conducted in a cosmetology lab setting with hands-on
            experience. Sanitary procedures, in conjunction with various services
            offered in a salon, audio-visual aids, lecture and demonstrations by the
            student instructor will be included.

     V.     METHODS OF EVALUATION

            25%   individual practical performances with dress and attitude evaluations
            25%   written unit tests and quizzes
            25%   final written and practical exam
            25%   attendance
       100   -   90   =   A
       89    -   80   =   B
       79    -   70   =   C
       69    -   60   =   D

       MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONS

       All weekly tests are to be taken in theory class time periods. Students
       must make up test upon re-entering the FIRST day of class. After THE
       ABSENCE. One make-up test only, others will be graded as “0”. Extreme
       circumstances will be considered by instructor. Semester final
       PRACTICAL examinations will be made up at the instructors direction
       and convenience.

       Academic Integrity: It is the intent of Cisco Junior College to foster a spirit
       of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of students
       to present as their own any work they have not honestly performed is regarded
       by the faculty and administration as a serious offense and renders the offender
       liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension.



VI.    ATTENDANCE REQUIRMENTS:

       The guidelines of Cisco Junior College for being dropped from classes are:

                 M – W – F classes = 9 unexcused absences and failing grades
                 T – T classes = 6 unexcused absences and failing grades

       Student Conduct: Students are expected to take responsibility in helping to
       maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. In order to
       assure that all students have the opportunity to gain from the time spent in class,
       students are prohibited from using cell phones or beepers, making offensive
       remarks, reading material not related to class, sleeping, or engaging in any
       other forms of distraction. Inappropriate behavior in the classroom shall result,
       at a minimum, in a request to leave class and clock out. A more detailed list of
       inappropriate behaviors is found in the current student handbook.


VII.   Competences:

       A. Relate, comply and enforce the CJC rules and the Cosmetology
       Department regulations.
       B. Discuss the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation rules and
           regulations.
       C. Practice and discuss the Cosmetology Student theory.
V.        Tasks:

     A.    Practice and enforce the rules of the Cosmetology department as well
           as the College.




            1. Iron curling
           a. Demonstration of a curl.
              1. Name the right of an individual to refuse entry to a inspector of
                  the Commission.
              2. Discuss the requirements of a salon or a school in regard to the
                  following:
                      a. posting
                      b. level of grading
                      c. violation of rules and regulations
              3. Discuss the posting of sanitary rules.
              4. Discuss the interior of a salon.
              5. Discuss the construction of the floors of a salon.
              6. Discuss identification signs.
              7. Discuss the use of a barber pole.
              8. Discuss the use of salon personal living.
              9. Discuss the ventilation of a salon.
              10. Discuss requirements of a sanitation for a styling stations and
                  equipment in a salon.
              11. Discuss the requirements for toilet according to TDLR.
              12. Explain the disposal of waste and refuse.
              13. Discuss animals in a salon or school.
              14. Discuss the use of headrests.
              15. How are shampoo bowls cleaned.
              16. Discuss furniture and equipment.
              17. Discuss the care of towels.
              18. Discuss the sanitation of implements: combs, brushes, pins,
                  dusters, metallic implements, manicure implements.
              19. Define wet and dry sterilizers.
              20. Explain the procedures for disinfecting manicure instruments
                  while in use on a patron.
              21. Discuss the methods of sanitation of disposal of instruments
                  and supplies.
              22. Discuss the requirements concerning creams, lotions, powders,
                  and all other cosmetics.
              23. Discuss personal hygiene.
              24. Explain how infectious diseases are handed by a cosmetologist
              25. Discuss personal hygiene.
              26. Discuss unlicensed person working in a salon.
                       27. Explain the procedure for arresting bleeding.
                       28. Discuss the care of hair goods.
                       29. Discuss the dispensary and storage area sanitation.
                       30. Discuss the ruling of shirts and shoes being required.

               C.      CHAPTERS 2 AND 3

                                   BACTERIOLOGY – DECONTAMINATION AND
                                            INFECTION CONTROL

                       1. List the various types and classifications of bacteria.
                       2. Describe how bacteria grow and reproduce.
                       3. Describe the relationship of bacteria to the spread of disease.
                       4. Define AIDS and provide brief overview of AIDS.
                       5. Explain and understand the importance of decontamination.
                       6. Explain the difference between sanitation, disinfection, and
                          sterilization.
                       7. Discuss how to safely handle and use disinfectant products.
                       8. Describe which cleaners, equipment, and disinfectants are
                          useful for salons.
                       9. Define universal precautions and discuss your responsibilities
                          as a salon professional.


VIII.   LIBRARY RESOURCES

        Students will have access to a comprehensive Cosmetology Resource library
        located in the Director’s office as well as the on campus library resources.


        IX.         COURSE COMPETENCIES:

                    Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to do the
                    following.

                    1. Become familiar with anatomy and functions of the human body.
                    2. Summarize the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
                       rules relating to sanitation through an examination.
                    3. Practice the sanitation rulings in the lab according to the Texas
                       Statutes.
                    4. Identify and explain forms of bacteria through a written test.
                    5. Set up and use sanitizers according to directions before any
                       service.
                    6. Select and use chemical agents as needed for sanitation.
                    7. Successfully complete the exit (capstone) exam.
SCAN COMPETENCIES:


       The Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCAN)
       identified competencies in the area of Resources, Interpersonal,
       Information, Systems and Technology; and foundation skills in the areas
       of Basic skills, Thinking Skills and Personal Qualities. This course is part
       of a program in which each of these competencies and skills are
       integrated. For application of specific SCANS competencies and skills in
       this course: see attached form.
variety of mathematical techniques; uses quantitative data to construct
logical explanations for real world situations; expresses mathematical ideas
and concepts orally and in writing; and understands the role of chance in
the occurrence and prediction of events.
                              CISCO COLLEGE
                               Course syllabus


DEPARTMENT:        COSMETOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: 1435 – ORIENTATION TO THE INSTRUCTION

                                  OF COSMETOLOGY

CREDIT HOURS:      4 HOURS/WK LEC.:2                    HOURS/WK LAB: 6

INSTRUCTOR:        ELAINE WILLINGHAM             OFFICE HOURS: 8- 4:30

OFFICE TELEPHONE:         (254) 442 – 5055 or 442-5190


……………………………………………………………………………………………

     I.     COURSE DESCRIPTION:

            An overview of the skills and knowledge necessary for the field of
            Cosmetology.
     II.    REQUIRED BACKGROUND:

            CURRENT TEXAS OPERATOR LICENSE

     III.   TEXTS, OTHER REFERENCES MATERIALS

            Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, (2007), Master Educator Student
            Course Book (2000). Milday Publishing Company, Kibbe, Contance V.
            Milady Cosmetology Instructor Exam review manual.

            The Texas Cosmetology Statutes

     IV.    METHODS OF INSTRUCTION

            This course will be conducted in a cosmetology lab setting with hands-on
            experience. Sanitary procedures, in conjunction with various services
            offered in a salon, audio-visual aids, lecture and demonstrations by the
            student instructor will be included.

     V.     METHODS OF EVALUATION

            25% individual practical performances with dress and attitude evaluations
            25% written unit tests and quizzes
       25% final written and practical exam
       25% attendance

       100   -   90   =   A
       89    -   80   =   B
       79    -   70   =   C
       69    -   60   =   D

       MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONS

       All weekly tests are to be taken in theory class time periods. Students
       must make up test upon re-entering the FIRST day of class. After THE
       ABSENCE. One make-up test only, others will be graded as “0”. Extreme
       circumstances will be considered by instructor. Semester final
       PRACTICAL examinations will be made up at the instructors direction
       and convenience.

       Academic Integrity: It is the intent of Cisco Junior College to foster a spirit
       of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of students
       to present as their own any work they have not honestly performed is regarded
       by the faculty and administration as a serious offense and renders the offender
       liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension.


VI.    ATTENDANCE REQUIRMENTS:

       The guidelines of Cisco Junior College for being dropped from classes are:
              M – W – F classes = 9 unexcused absences and failing grades
              T – T classes = 6 unexcused absences and failing grades

       Student Conduct: Students are expected to take responsibility in helping to
       maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. In order to
       assure that all students have the opportunity to gain from the time spent in class,
       students are prohibited from using cell phones or beepers, making offensive
       remarks, reading material not related to class, sleeping, or engaging in any
       other forms of distraction. Inappropriate behavior in the classroom shall result,
       at a minimum, in a request to leave class and clock out. A more detailed list of
       inappropriate behaviors is found in the current student handbook.


VII.   Competences:

       A. Write a lesson plan for the 5 required subjects using the format
       prescribed by TDLR
       B. Complete TDLR forms including information as to purpose and
            procedures.
       V.      Tasks:

               A.   Write a lesson plan for the required subjects using the format
prescribed by the TDLR
                   1. Iron curling
                      a. Demonstration of a curl.
                     1. Name the right of an individual to refuse entry to a inspector of
                         TDLR.
                     2. Discuss the requirements of a salon or a school in regard to the
                         following:
                              a. posting
                              b. level of grading
                              c. violation of rules and regulations
                     3. Discuss the posting of sanitary rules.
                     4. Discuss the interior of a salon.
                     5. Discuss the construction of the floors of a salon.
                     6. Discuss identification signs.
                     7. Discuss the use of a barber pole.
                     8. Discuss the use of salon personal living.
                     9. Discuss the ventilation of a salon.
                     10. Discuss requirements of sanitation for a styling stations and
                         equipment in a salon.
                     11. Discuss the requirements for toilet according to the TDLR.
                     12. Explain the disposal of waste and refuse.
                     13. Discuss animals in a salon or school.
                     14. Discuss the use of headrests.
                     15. How are shampoo bowls cleaned.
                     16. Discuss furniture and equipment.
                     17. Discuss the care of towels.
                     18. Discuss the sanitation of implements; combs, brushes, pins,
                         dusters, metallic implements, manicure implements .
                     19. Define wet and dry sterilizers.
                     20. Explain the procedures for disinfecting manicure instruments
                         while in use on a patron.
                     21. Discuss the requirements concerning creams, lotions, powders,
                         and all other cosmetics.
                     22. Discuss personal hygiene.
                     23. Explain how infectious diseases are handed by a cosmetologist
                     24. Discuss unlicensed person working in a salon.
                     25. Explain the procedure for arresting bleeding.
                     26. Discuss the care of hair goods.
                     27. Discuss the dispensary and storage area sanitation.
                     28. Discuss the ruling of shirts and shoes being required.

              C.        CHAPTERS 2 AND 3
                                  BACTERIOLOGY – DECONTAMINATION AND
                                           INFECTION CONTROL

                      1. List the various types and classifications of bacteria.
                      2. Describe how bacteria grow and reproduce.
                      3. Describe the relationship of bacteria to the spread of disease.
                      4. Define AIDS and provide brief overview of AIDS.
                      5. Explain and understand the importance of decontamination.
                      6. Explain the difference between sanitation, disinfection, and
                         sterilization.
                      7. Discuss how to safely handle and use disinfectant products.
                      8. Describe which cleaners, equipment, and disinfectants are
                         useful for salons.
                      9. Define universal precautions and discuss your responsibilities
                         as a salon professional.

VIII.   LIBRARY RESOURCES:

        Students will have access to a comprehensive Cosmetology Resource library
        located in the Director’s office as well as the on campus library resources.


        IX.       COURSE COMPETENCIES:

                   Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to do the
                   following.

                   1. Become familiar with anatomy and functions of the human body.
                   2. Summarize the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
                      rules relating to sanitation through an examination.
                   3. Practice the sanitation rulings in the lab according to the Texas
                      Statutes.
                   4. Identify and explain forms of bacteria through a written test.
                   5. Set up and use sanitizers according to directions before any
                      service.
                   6. Select and use chemical agents as needed for sanitation.
                   7. Successfully complete the exit (capstone) exam.
SCAN COMPETENCIES:

    The Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCAN)
    identified competencies in the area of Resources, Interpersonal,
    Information, Systems and Technology; and foundation skills in the areas
    of Basic skills, Thinking Skills and Personal Qualities. This course is part
    of a program in which each of these competencies and skills are
    integrated. For application of specific SCANS competencies and skills in
    this course: see attached form.
variety of mathematical techniques; uses quantitative data to construct
logical explanations for real world situations; expresses mathematical ideas
and concepts orally and in writing; and understands the role of chance in
the occurrence and prediction of events.
                              CISCO COLLEGE
                               CISCO, TEXAS
                                 SYLLABUS

DEPARTMENT:           COSMETOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: 1443 MANICURING AND RELATED THEORY

CREDIT HOURS:         4 HRS/WK LEC. 2        HRS/WK LAB: 8

INSTRUCTOR: ELAINE WILLINGHAM                   EMAIL: elaine.willingham@cisco.edu

OFFICE HOURS: 8:00 – 4:30         OFFICE TELEPHONE: (254) 442 -5055 or 442-5190

………………………………………………………………………………………………

I.     CATALOG DESCRIPTION:

       Presentation of the theory and practice of nail technology. Topics include
       terminology, application, and work related to nail technology.

II.    REQUIRED BACKGROUND:

       Prerequisite with CSME 1401 Orientation to Cosmetology

III.   TEXT, OTHER REFERENCE MATERIAL:

       Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, (2007): Milady Publishing Co. Kibbe,
       Constance V.

IV.    METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:

       This course will be conducted in a cosmetology lab, hands – on experience
       requiring audio – visuals, transparencies and class demonstrations will constitute
       the major portion of the class.

V.     METHODS OF EVALUATION:

              25% individual practical performances with dress and attitude evaluations
              25% written unit tests and quizzes
              25% final written and practical exam
              25% attendance
     COURSE GRADE

     100   -   90   =   A
      89   -   80   =   B
      79   -   70   =   C
      69   -   60   =   D

     MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONS

               All weekly tests are to be taken in theory class time periods. Students
               must make up test upon re-entering the FIRST day of class. After THE
               ABSENCE. One make-up test only, others will be graded as “0”. Extreme
               circumstances will be considered by instructor. Semester final
               PRACTICAL examinations will be made up at the instructors direction
               and convenience.

               Academic Integrity: It is the intent of Cisco College to foster a spirit
               of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of students
               to present as their own any work they have not honestly performed is regarded
               by the faculty and administration as a serious offense and renders the offender
               liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension.

I.   ATTNEDANCE REQUIREMENTS:


               The guidelines of Cisco College for being dropped from classes are:

                        M – W – F classes = 9 unexcused absences and failing grades
                        T – T classes = 6 unexcused absences and failing grades

               Proper Doctor or Death excuses will be expected upon return to school for
               excused absences.

               The instructor reserves the right to review the parameter of each case
               individually.

               Student Conduct: Students are expected to take responsibility in helping to
               maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. In order to
               assure that all students have the opportunity to gain from the time spent in class,
               students are prohibited from using cell phones or beepers, making offensive
               remarks, reading material not related to class, sleeping, or engaging in any
               other forms of distraction. Inappropriate behavior in the classroom shall result,
               at a minimum, in a request to leave class and clock out. A more detailed list of
               inappropriate behaviors is found in the current student handbook.
VI.     COURSE CONTENT:

        A. PRINCIPLES OF MANICURING

           1.   Define bacteria by classification, shape, growth and reproduction.
           2.   Explain the compositions of a nail.
           3.   Demonstrate the various types of artificial nails.
           4.   Discuss the cosmetics and procedures used in manicuring.
           5.   Demonstrate the procedure for a pedicure.

        B. MANICURING AND PEDICURING: CHAPTER 16

           1. Outline the procedure for sculptured nails.
           2. Apply nail tips on two nails within 30 minutes following the guidelines
               given.
           3. Apply two natural-looking, sculptured nails within 30 minutes.
           4. Outline the procedure for nail wrapping.
           5. Explain the types of manicuring implements and their use.
           6. Outline the procedure for a plain manicure.
           7. Discuss the proper application of nail polish and creative nail polish.
           8. Outline the procedure for a man’s manicure.
           9. Complete a professional manicure with in 40 minutes.
           10. Explain the safety and sanitary rules for manicuring.
           11. Discuss the safety and sanitary rules for pedicuring.
           12. Complete a professional pedicure within 40 minutes.

        C. THE NAIL AND IT’S DISORDERS: CHAPTER 17

           1.   Explain the composition of a nail.
           2.   Diagram the nail structure and the area surrounding the nail.
           3.   List the diseases and disorders of the nail.
           4.   Pass a written exam in diseases and disorders of the nails.

VII.    LIBRARY RESOURCES:

        Students will have access to a comprehensive Cosmetology Resource library
        located in the Director’s office as well as the on campus library resources

VIII.   COURSE COMPETENCIES:

                Upon completion of this course the student will have a basic knowledge of
                the nail, it’s disorders, and the sanitation and sterilization procedures as set
                forth by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Students will
                successfully complete the exit (capstone) exam.

        SCAN COMPETENCIES:
The Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCAN)
identified competencies in the area of Resources, Interpersonal,
Information, Systems and Technology; and foundation skills in the areas
of Basic skills, Thinking Skills and Personal Qualities. This course is part
of a program in which each of these competencies and skills are
integrated. For application of specific SCANS competencies and skills in
this course: see attached form.
variety of mathematical techniques; uses quantitative data to construct
logical explanations for real world situations; expresses mathematical ideas
and concepts orally and in writing; and understands the role of chance in
the occurrence and prediction of events.
                              CISCO COLLEGE
                               CISCO, TEXAS
                                 SYLLABUS

DEPARTMENT:           COSMETOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: CSME 1451 – ARTISTRY OF HAIR, THEORY
                         PRACTICE

CREDIT HOURS:          4             HOURS/WK LEC: 2             HOURS/WK LAB: 7

INSTRUCTOR:        ELAINE WILLINGHAM             EMAIL: elaine.willingham@cisco.edu

OFFICE HOURS: 8 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.

OFFICE TELEPHONE: (254) 442 -5055 or 442-5190

.……………………………………………………………………………………………
I.  CATALOG DESCRIPTION:
    Theory and Instruction in the Artistry of Hair Design. Topics include theory,
    techniques, and application of hair design.

II.    REQUIRED BACKGROUND:

       Prerequisite CSME 1410

III.   TEXT, OTHER REFERENCE MATERIAL:

       Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, (2007): Milady Publishing Co. Kibbe,
       Constance V.

IV.    METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:

       This course will be conducted in a cosmetology lab, hands – on experience
       requiring audio – visuals, transparencies and class demonstration will constitute
       the major portion of the class.

V.     METHOD OF EVALUATION:

              25% individual practical performances with dress and attitude evaluations
              25% written unit tests and quizzes
              25% final written and practical exam
              25% attendance
           COURSE GRADE

           90   -   100   =   A
           80   -    89   =   B
           70   -    79   =   C
           60   -    69   =   D

           MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONS

           All weekly tests are to be taken in theory class time periods. Students must
           make up test upon re-entering the FIRST day of class after the absence.
           One make-up test only, others will be graded as “0”. Extreme
           circumstances will be considered by instructor. Semester final
           PRACTICAL examinations will be made up at the instructor’s direction
           and convenience.

           Academic Integrity: It is the intent of Cisco College to foster a spirit
           of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of students
           to present as their own any work they have not honestly performed is regarded
           by the faculty and administration as a serious offense and renders the offender
           liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension.


VI.        COURSE CONTENT

           1.        Finger waving
           2.        Principles of hairstyling
           3.        Thermal waving
           4.        Wiggery

VII.   ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS:


           The guidelines of Cisco College for being dropped from classes are:

                     M –W –F classes = 9 unexcused absences and failing grades
                     T – T classes = 6 unexcused absences and failing grades


           Proper Doctor or Death excuses will be expected upon return to school for
           excused absences.

           The instructor reserves the right to review the parameter of each case
           individually.
        Student Conduct: Students are expected to take responsibility in helping to
        maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. In order to
        assure that all students have the opportunity to gain from the time spent in class,
        students are prohibited from using cell phones or beepers, making offensive
        remarks, reading material not related to class, sleeping, or engaging in any
        other forms of distraction. Inappropriate behavior in the classroom shall result,
        at a minimum, in a request to leave class and clock out. A more detailed list of
        inappropriate behaviors is found in the current student handbook.



VIII.   COURSE CONTENT:

        A. CHAPTER 9

             1. Explain hairstyling implements.
             2. Demonstrate and evaluate base directional and shapings.
             3. Demonstrate a volume, stand-up, barrel curl, and an indentation
                pin-curl.
             4. Demonstrate directional rolling, indentation rollers and use of
                cone and coined rollers.
             5. Define principles related to choosing a professional hair design.

        B.   CHAPTER 10

              1. Analyze history of thermal waving and curling.
              2. Contrast equipment and uses for thermal styling.
              3. Demonstrate procedures used for a hot comb.
              4. Explain and demonstrate technique of air waver.
              5. Explain technique of professional use of Marcel waving and
                 curling.
              6. Identify uses of a hair crimper, hot rollers and steam rollers.
              7. Demonstrate how to section for iron curling.

        C.   CHAPTER 15

              1. Explain history and need of wigs.
              2. Define construction and material wigs and hair pieces.
              3. Demonstrate alternation of wigs.
              4. Explain J&L color rings.
              5. Demonstrate fitting of a woman’s wig.
              6. Explain fitting of man’s wig.
              7. Explain procedure for cutting and styling of wigs and hairpieces.
              8. Define steps for cleaning of synthetic and human hair wigs and
                 products used.
              9. Explain safety and sanitary procedures for wigs.
IX.    LIBRARY RESOURCES


Students will have access to a comprehensive Cosmetology Resource library
located in the Director’s office as well as the on campus library resources.


X.     COURSE COMPETENCIES:

       A.     Upon completion of the course the student will be able to do the
              following:

              1.      Explain the purpose of finger waving.
              2.      Demonstrate the various pin curl techniques.
              3.      Describe the difference between finger waves, pin curls,
                      and roller setting.
              4.      Demonstrate proper comb-out techniques.
              5.      Properly execute a simple French braid style.
              6.      Define the purpose of thermal waving and curling.
              7.      Demonstrate proper thermal wave techniques, and
                      implements.
              8.      List safety measures used in thermal waving.
              9.      Define blow-dry styling.
              10.     Demonstrate the use of implements, techniques, and
                      cosmetics in blow-dry styling.
              11.     Define air-waving.
              12.     Demonstrate the use of implements and techniques in air
                      waving.
              13.     Define permanent waving.
              14.     Identify the chemistry of products used in permanent
                      waving.
              15.     Describe the relationship between hair structure, perm
                      chemistry, and perming techniques.
              16.     Demonstrate a client consultation and hair analysis.
              17.     Demonstrate proper rod selection and sectioning, parting,
                      and wrapping procedures.
              18.     List safety precautions required for permanent waving.
              19.     Demonstrate proper perming procedures.
              20.     Successfully complete the exit (capstone) exam.


       SCAN COMPETENCIES:
        The Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills
(SCAN) identified competencies in the area of Resources, Interpersonal,
Information, Systems and Technology; and foundation skills in the areas
of Basic skills, Thinking Skills and Personal Qualities. This course is part
of a program in which each of these competencies and skills are
integrated. For application of specific SCANS competencies and skills in
this course: see attached form.
variety of mathematical techniques; uses quantitative data to construct logical explanations
for real world situations; expresses mathematical ideas and concepts orally and in writing;
and understands the role of chance in the occurrence and prediction of events.
                              CISCO COLLEGE
                               CISCO, TEXAS
                                 SYLLABUS

DEPARTMENT:           COSMETOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: CSME 1453 CHEMICAL REFORMAITON AND
                         RELATED THEORY

CREDIT HOURS:         4 HOURS/WK LEC: 2         HOURS/WK LAB: 7

INSTRUCTOR: ELANIE WILLINGHMAM                    EMAIL: Elaine.willingham@cisco.edu

OFFICE HOURS: 8:00 – 4:30

OFFICE TELEPHONE:         (254)-442 - 5055 or 442-5190

………………………………………………………………………………………………

I.     CATALOG DESCRIPTION:

       Presentation of the theory and practice of chemical reformation. Topics include
       terminology application and work place competencies related to chemical
       reformation.

II.    REQUIRED BACKGROUND:

       Prerequisite: CSME 1401 Principles of Facial Care

III.   TEXT, OTHER REFERENCE MATERIALS:

       Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, (2007); Milady Publishing Co., Kibbe
       Constance v.

IV.    METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:

       This course will be conducted in a cosmetology lab, hands – on experience
       requiring audio – visuals, transparencies and class demonstrations will constitute
       the major portion of the class.

V.     METHODS OF EVALUATION:

              25% individual practical performances with dress and attitude evaluations
              25% written unit tests and quizzes
      25% final written and practical exam
      25% attendance
      COURSE GRADE

      90   -   100   =   A
      80   -    89   =   B
      70   -    79   =   C
      60   -    69   =   D

      MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONS

      All weekly tests are to be taken in theory class time periods. Students must
      make up test upon re-entering the FIRST day of class. After THE
      ABSENCE. One make-up test only, others will be graded as “0”. Extreme
      circumstances will be considered by instructor. Semester final
      PRACTICAL examinations will be made up at the instructors direction
      and convenience.

      Academic Integrity: It is the intent of Cisco College to foster a spirit
      of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of students
      to present as their own any work they have not honestly performed is regarded
      by the faculty and administration as a serious offense and renders the offender
      liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension.

VI.   ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS:

      The guidelines of Cisco College for being dropped from classes are:

                M – W – F classes = 9 unexcused absences and failing grades
                T – T classes = 6 unexcused absences and failing grades

      Proper Doctor or Death excuses will be expected upon return to school for
      excused absences.

      The instructor reserves the right to review the parameter of each case
      individually.

      Student Conduct: Students are expected to take responsibility in helping to
      maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. In order to
      assure that all students have the opportunity to gain from the time spent in class,
      students are prohibited from using cell phones or beepers, making offensive
      remarks, reading material not related to class, sleeping, or engaging in any
      other forms of distraction. Inappropriate behavior in the classroom shall result,
      at a minimum, in a request to leave class and clock out. A more detailed list of
      inappropriate behaviors is found in the current student handbook.
VII.   COURSE CONTENT:

       A. CHAPTER 25

       1. Define organic and inorganic chemistry and know the differences
           between them.
       2. Discuss the types of matter.
       3. Describe the composition of elements, compounds, and mixtures.
       4. Describe the properties of matter, elements, compounds, and mixtures.
       5. Define acids and alkalies and know the differences between them.
       6. Describe the chemistry of water.
       7. Describe the classification of shampoos and types of conditioners.
       8. Describe the composition of hair before, during, and after permanent
           waving and chemical hair relaxing.
       9. Describe the composition of hair before, during, and after haircoloring.
       10. Describe the physical and chemical classifications of cosmetics.
       11. Discuss the basic chemistry, types, and action of professional products.

       B. CHAPTER 11

       1.    Discuss the history of permanent waving.
       2.    Define the pre-heat method, machine permanent wave, and the heat
             permanent wave.
       3.    Define the croquignole method and spirialwrap and the reasons for the
             two methods.
       4.    Discuss the major physical and chemical actions on the hair during the
             waving procedures.
       5.    Discuss the major physical and chemical actions on the hair during the
             waving procedures.
       6.    Discuss the scalp analysis.
       7.    Discuss the hair analysis.
       8.    Discuss the types of waving rods and end papers.
       9.    List the information a permanent wave record card should include.
       10.   List the reasons for proper shampooing techniques.
       11.   Discuss the precaution for hair cutting with a permanent.
       12.   Discuss the necessity of presaturation of the wave solution.
       13.   Discuss the types of sectioning.
       14.   Discuss the types of subsectioning needed for various densities,
             textures and lengths of hair prior to perming.
       15.   List all methods and describe the technique for wrapping perms
             including the need for wrap.
       16.   List the problems involved that can cause a perm to fail.
       17.   Discuss rod placement and precautions.
       18.   Discuss the need and precautions for resaturation.
        19.   Discuss the reasons for varying processing times.
        20.   Describe what a test looks like when processing is completed.
        21.   Describe the test curl procedures.
        22.   Discuss the reasons for a preliminary test curl.
        23.   Discuss the necessity and procedures of removing the waving lotion.
        24.   Discuss the chemical action and procedure of neutralizing.
        25.   Analyze the precaution for rod removal and rinsing neutralizer from
              the hair.
        26.   List the effects of over processing and under processing permed hair.
        27.   Discuss the precautions for waving tinted, lightened, and damaged
              hair.
        28.   Describe the process for relaxing a permanent wave.
        29.   List the major safety and sanitary precautions.

        C. CHAPTER 13

              1. Discuss the history of chemical hair relaxing.
              2. Describe the types of products used for hair relaxing.
              3. List the terms used for hair relaxing.
              4. List the general procedures for a reverse perm.
              5. Describe the difference between a straightening and a curl.
              6. Discuss the scalp and hair analysis prior to straightening.
              7. Describe a chemical relaxer strand test.
              8. List the information needed on the record card.
              9. List the procedure for a sodium hydroxide straightening w/ base.
              10. Discuss the procedure for a chemical relaxing retouch.
              11. Discuss the procedure for a reverse perm.
              12. List the safety and sanitary precaution for chemical relaxing.

        D. CHAPTER 14

              1. Discuss the purpose served by the hair pressing.
              2. Explain how to analyze the client’s hair and scalp condition prior
                 to a hair pressing.
              3. List the products required for a successful hair pressing.
              4. Demonstrate the procedures involved in both soft pressing and
                 hard pressing.
              5. List the safety precautions that must be observed in hair pressing.

VIII.   LIBRARY RESOURCES:

        Students will have access to a comprehensive Cosmetology Resource
        library located in the Director’s office as well as the on campus library
        resources
                  IX.     COURSE COMPETENCIES:

       Upon completion of the course the student will be able to do the
       following:

       1. Analyze and prescribe correct solutions to permanently wave hair.
       2. Pass a written examination over the process of chemically waving and
          straightening the hair with a grade of a 75.
       3. Section and wrap a permanent wave on a client in 60 minutes from the
          standards outlined for the student.
       4. Follow manufactures directions for permanent waving and
          straightening within a reasonable time.
       5. Pass a written exam over the physical and chemical structure of the
          hair.
       6. Complete a chemical relaxing retouch on a client following the
          directions of the manufacturer and instructor within 30 minutes.
       7. Demonstrate the variations of wrapping techniques as needed for
          designed styles.
       8. Students will successfully complete the exit (capstone) exam.

       SCAN COMPETENCIES

The Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCAN) identified
competencies in the area of Resources, Interpersonal, Information, Systems and
Technology; and foundation skills in the areas of Basic skills, Thinking Skills and
Personal Qualities. This course is part of a program in which each of these
competencies and skills are integrated. For application of specific SCANS :
variety of mathematical techniques; uses quantitative data to construct
logical explanations for real world situations; expresses mathematical ideas
and concepts orally and in writing; and understands the role of chance in
the occurrence and prediction of events.
                                  CISCO COLLEGE
                                   CISCO, TEXAS
                                     SYLLABUS

DEPARTMENT:          COSMETOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: CSME 2237 – ADVANCED COSMETOLOGY
                         TECHNIQUES

CREDIT HOURS:           2   HOURS/WK LEC: 0          HOURS/WK LAB: 8

INSTRUCTOR:             ELAINE WILLIGHAM                  OFFICE HOURS: 7:30- 5:00

OFFICE TELEPHONE:        (254) 442-5190 or 442-5055

E-MAIL: elaine.willingham@cisco.edu

………………………………………………………………………………………………

I.        CATALOG DESCRIPTION:

          Instruction on the Artistry of Hair Design. Topics include theory, techniques,
          and application of hair design.

II.       REQUIRED BACKGROUND:

          Prerequisite CSME 1401 Orientation to Cosmetology

III.      TEXT, OTHER REFERENCE MATERIAL:

           Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, (2000) : Milady Publishing Co. Kibbe,
           Constance V.

IV.        METHODS OF INSTURCTION:

           This course will be conducted in a cosmetology lab, hands – on experience
           Requiring audio- visuals, transparencies and class demonstrations will constitute
           the major portion of the class.

V.         METHOD OF EVALUATION:

                   25% individual practical performances with dress and attitude evaluations
                   25% written unit tests and quizzes
                   25% final written and practical exam
                   25% attendance
         COURSE GRADE

                 100-90 = A
                  89-80 = B
                  79-70 = C
                  69-60 = D

                MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONS

        All weekly tests are to be taken in theory class time periods. Students
        must make up test upon re-entering the FIRST day of class. After THE
        ABSENCE. One make-up test only, others will be grades as “0”. Extreme
        circumstances will be considered by instructor. Semester final
        PRACTICAL examinations will be made up at the instructor’s direction
        and convenience.

      Academic Integrity: It is the intent of Cisco College to foster a spirit
      of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of students
      to present as their own any work they have not honestly performed is regarded
      by the faculty and administration as a serious offense and renders the offender
      liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension.


VI.   ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS:

           The guidelines of Cisco College for being dropped from classes are:

             M – W – F classes = 9 unexcused absences and failing grades
             T – T classes = 6 unexcused absences and failing grades

           Proper Doctor or Death excuses will be expected upon return to school for
           excused absences.

           The instructor reserves the right to review the parameter of each case
           individually.

             Student Conduct: Students are expected to take responsibility in helping to
             maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. In order to
             assure that all students have the opportunity to gain from the time spent in class,
             students are prohibited from using cell phones or beepers, making offensive
             remarks, reading material not related to class, sleeping, or engaging in any
             other forms of distraction. Inappropriate behavior in the classroom shall result,
             at a minimum, in a request to leave class and clock out. A more detailed list of
             inappropriate behaviors is found in the current student handbook.
VII.        COURSE CONTENT:

            A. CHAPTER 8

                   1. List the elements of good design.
                  2. List the art principles on hair design.
                  3. List and analyze the different facial types.
                  4. Demonstrate how to camouflage facial flaws with hair design.

   VIII.   LIBRARY RESOURCES:

           Students will have access to a comprehensive Cosmetology Resource library located
in the Director’s office as well as the on campus library resources.


IX..        COURSE COMPETENCIES:


             A.     Upon completion of the course the student will be able to do the
                     following:


                  1. Use styling equipment and implements correctly and safely.
                  2. Demonstrate shapings, roller and pin-curl base principles through
                       example and written exam.
                  3. Select an appropriate hair design for a client after consultation.
                  4. Set appropriate hair design for client in 30 minutes.
                  5. Identifies factors relating to hair design; (EX. stature of person,
                      facial shapes, textures, density and length of hair).
                   6. Manipulate Marcel curling iron safely and professionally
                   7. Complete a style using a blow dyer in 30 minutes
                   8. Use electric rollers to create a style in 30 minutes
                   9. Advise clients of appropriate styling aids as needed.
                  10. Pass a written exam on principles of hair design.
                  11. Successfully complete the exit (capstone) exam.
SCAN COMPETENCIES:

The Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCAN) identified
competencies in the area of Resources, Interpersonal, Information, Systems and Personal
Qualities. This course is part of program in which each of these competencies and skills are
integrated. For application of specific SCANS competencies and skills in this course: see
attached form.
variety of mathematical techniques; uses quantitative data to construct
logical explanations for real world situations; expresses mathematical ideas
and concepts orally and in writing; and understands the role of chance in
the occurrence and prediction of events.
                                     CISCO COLLEGE
                                      CISCO, TEXAS
                                        SYLLABUS

DEPARTMENT:                COSMETOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: 2401 PRINCIPLES OF HAIR COLORING AND
                         RELATED THEORY

CREDIT HOURS:              4     HRS/WK LEC. 2                 HRS/WK LAB.           7

INSTRUCTOR:            ELAINE WILLINGHAM                    EMAIL: elaine.willingham@cisco.edu

OFFICE HOURS: 8:00 - 4:30

OFFICE TELEPHONE: (254) 442 - 5190 or 442-5055
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I.       CATALOG DESCRIPTION:

         The theory and application of temporary and permanent hair colorings as well as
         the creative use of hair coloring and lightening. Topics include terminology,
         application, and workplace competencies related to hair coloring and chemistry.

II.      REQUIRED BACKGROUND:

         Prerequisite with CSME 2401 Chemical Reformation and Related Theory

III.     TEXTS, OTHER REFERENCE MATERIALS:

         Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, (2007) Milady Publishing Company, Kibbe,
         Constance V.

IV.      METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:

         This course will be conducted in a cosmetology lab, hands – on experience
         requiring audio – visuals, transparencies and class demonstrations will constitute
         the major portion of the class.

V.       METHODS OF EVALUATION:

                  25% individual practical performances with dress and attitude evaluations
                  25% written unit tests and quizzes
                  25% final written and practical exam
                  25% attendance
          100   -   90   =   A
           89   -   80   =   B
           79   -   70   =   C
           69   -   60   =   D

      MAKE-UPEXAMINATIONS

          All weekly tests are to be taken in theory class time periods. Students
          must make up test upon re-entering the FIRST day of class. After THE
          ABSENCE. One make-up test only, others will be graded as “0”. Extreme
          circumstances will be considered by instructor. Semester final
          PRACTICAL examinations will be made up at the instructors direction
          and convenience.

          Academic Integrity: It is the intent of Cisco College to foster a spirit
          of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of students
          to present as their own any work they have not honestly performed is regarded
          by the faculty and administration as a serious offense and renders the offender
          liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension.


VI.   ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS:


          The guidelines of Cisco College for being dropped from classes are:

                    M – W – F classes = 9 unexcused absences and failing grades
                    T – T classes = 6 unexcused absences and failing grades

          Proper Doctor or Death excuses will be expected upon return to school for
          excused absences.

          The instructor reserves the right to review the parameter of each case
          individually.

          Student Conduct: Students are expected to take responsibility in helping to
          maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. In order to
          assure that all students have the opportunity to gain from the time spent in class,
          students are prohibited from using cell phones or beepers, making offensive
          remarks, reading material not related to class, sleeping, or engaging in any
          other forms of distraction. Inappropriate behavior in the classroom shall result,
          at a minimum, in a request to leave class and clock out. A more detailed list of
          inappropriate behaviors is found in the current student handbook.
VII.    COURSE CONTENT:

        A. CHAPTER 12

           1. Explain the difference between tonal value and depth.
           2. Demonstrate the procedure for a predisposition test.
           3. Explain the need for an allergy test.
           4. Discuss the factors for selecting hair color for a client.
           5. Explain how a color is used.
           6. Explain and demonstrate the procedure for a preliminary strand test
           7. Discuss the information needed on a client record.
           8. Explain the classification of hair colors.
           9. Discuss the uses for semi-permanent hair colors.
           10. Discuss semi-permanent hair color.
           11. List the ingredients found in penetrating hair coloring.
           12. Explain the uses of hydrogen peroxide.
           13. Discuss the use of fillers in hair coloring.
           14. Outline the procedure for tinting virgin hair darker than the natural shade.
           15. Observe and list the safety and sanitary precautions for hair coloring.

        B. Hairlightening, the fundamentals of hair coloring cont.

           1.   Discuss the types of lightners.
           2.   Explain the need for a scalp and hair analysis.
           3.   Demonstrate a preliminary strand test.
           4.   Outline the procedure for lightening dark-colored virgin hair.
           5.   Demonstrate a lightening re-touch.
           6.   Explain the factors in applying a toner.
           7.   Discuss the common problems in hair lightening.
           8.   Demonstrate a frost using foil and a cap.
           9.   Discuss tipping hair, painting, streaking and three dimensional hair
                coloring.

VIII.   LIBRARY RESOURCES:

        Students will have access to a comprehensive Cosmetology Resource library
        located in the Director’s office as well as the on campus library resources

IX.     COURSE COMPETIENCES:

        Upon completion of this course, the student will have basic knowledge of the
        fundamentals of hair coloring, highlightening, and a good understanding of the
        Law of Color. The color wheel will be taught with an art related theory class,
using the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors. Students will successfully
complete the exit (capstone) exam.

SCAN COMPETIENCES:

The Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCAN) identified
competencies in the area of Resources, Interpersonal, Information, Systems and
Technology; and foundation skills in the areas of Basic skills, Thinking Skills and
Personal Qualities. This course is part of a program in which each of these
competencies and skills are integrated. For application of specific SCANS
competencies and skills in this course: see attached form.
variety of mathematical techniques; uses quantitative data to construct
logical explanations for real world situations; expresses mathematical ideas
and concepts orally and in writing; and understands the role of chance in
the occurrence and prediction of events.
                              CISCO COLLEGE
                               Course syllabus


DEPARTMENT:        COSMETOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: CSME 2414–COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR II

CREDIT HOURS:      4 HOURS/WK LEC.:2                     HOURS/WK LAB: 6

INSTRUCTOR:        ELAINE WILLINGHAM             OFFICE HOURS: 8- 4:30

OFFICE TELEPHONE:          (254) 442 – 5055 or 442-5190


……………………………………………………………………………………………

     I.     COURSE DESCRIPTION:

            An overview of the skills and knowledge necessary for the field of
            Cosmetology.
     II.    REQUIRED BACKGROUND:

            Current Texas Operator License - CSME 1434

     III.   TEXTS, OTHER REFERENCES MATERIALS

            Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, (2008), Master Educator Student
            Course Book (2009) Milday Publishing Company, Kibbe, Contance V.
            Milady Cosmetology Instructor Exam review manual.

            The Texas Cosmetology Statutes

     IV.    METHODS OF INSTRUCTION

            This course will be conducted in a cosmetology lab setting with hands-on
            experience. Sanitary procedures, in conjunction with various services
            offered in a salon, audio-visual aids, lecture and demonstrations by the
            student instructor will be included.

     V.     METHODS OF EVALUATION

            25%   individual practical performances with dress and attitude evaluations
            25%   written unit tests and quizzes
            25%   final written and practical exam
            25%   attendance
       100   -   90   =   A
       89    -   80   =   B
       79    -   70   =   C
       69    -   60   =   D

       MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONS

       All weekly tests are to be taken in theory class time periods. Students
       must make up test upon re-entering the FIRST day of class. After THE
       ABSENCE. One make-up test only, others will be graded as “0”. Extreme
       circumstances will be considered by instructor. Semester final
       PRACTICAL examinations will be made up at the instructors direction
       and convenience.

       Academic Integrity: It is the intent of Cisco Junior College to foster a spirit
       of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of students
       to present as their own any work they have not honestly performed is regarded
       by the faculty and administration as a serious offense and renders the offender
       liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension.



VI.    ATTENDANCE REQUIRMENTS:


       The guidelines of Cisco Junior College for being dropped from classes are:

                 M – W – F classes = 9 unexcused absences and failing grades
                 T – T classes = 6 unexpected absences and failing grades

       Student Conduct: Students are expected to take responsibility in helping to
       maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. In order to
       assure that all students have the opportunity to gain from the time spent in class,
       students are prohibited from using cell phones or beepers, making offensive
       remarks, reading material not related to class, sleeping, or engaging in any
       other forms of distraction. Inappropriate behavior in the classroom shall result,
       at a minimum, in a request to leave class and clock out. A more detailed list of
       inappropriate behaviors is found in the current student handbook.


VII.   COMPETENCIES:

       A. Cosmetology theory depending on semester enrolled.
       B. Present a 20 t0 30 minute oral lesson according to TDLR criteria
       C. Pass the TDLR examination
V.   TASKS:

     A.   Cosmetology theory depending on semester enrolled, and
          Pass the theory exam offered in the semester.
     B. Present a 20 to 30 minute oral lesson plan according to TDLR
          criteria.
         1. Lecture.
          2. Demonstration
     C. SCHOOL AND SALON DEVELOPMENT
            1. Name the right of an individual to refuse entry to a TDLR
                 inspector.
            2. Discuss the requirements of a salon or a school in regard to the
                 following:
                     a. posting
                     b. level of grading
                     c. violation of rules and regulations
            3. Discuss the posting of sanitary rules.
            4. Discuss the interior of a salon.
            5. Discuss the construction of the floors of a salon.
            6. Discuss identification signs.
            7. Discuss the use of a barber pole.
            8. Discuss the use of salon personal living.
            9. Discuss the ventilation of a salon.
            10. Discuss requirements of a sanitation for a styling stations and
                 equipment in a salon.
            11. Discuss the requirements for toilet according to Texas
                 Department of Licensing and Regulation.
            12. Explain the disposal of waste and refuse.
            13. Discuss animals in a salon or school.
            14. Discuss the use of headrests.
            15. How are shampoo bowls cleaned.
            16. Discuss furniture and equipment.
            17. Discuss the care of towels.
            18. Discuss the sanitation of implements: combs, brushes, pins,
                 dusters, metallic implements, manicure implements.
            19. Define wet and dry sterilizers.
            20. Explain the procedures for disinfecting manicure instruments
                 while in use on a patron.
            21. Discuss the methods of sanitation of disposal of instruments
                 and supplies.
            22. Discuss the requirements concerning creams, lotions, powders,
                 and all other cosmetics.
            23. Discuss personal hygiene.
            24. Explain how infectious diseases are handed by a cosmetologist
            25. Discuss personal hygiene.
            26. Discuss unlicensed person working in a salon.
                 27. Explain the procedure for arresting bleeding.
                 28. Discuss the care of hair goods.
                 29. Discuss the dispensary and storage area sanitation.
                 30. Discuss the ruling of shirts and shoes being required.

         C.    BACTERIOLOGY – DECONTAMINATION AND INFECTION
              CONTROL

                 1. List the various types and classifications of bacteria.
                 2. Describe how bacteria grow and reproduce.
                 3. Describe the relationship of bacteria to the spread of disease.
                 4. Define AIDS and provide brief overview of AIDS.
                 5. Explain and understand the importance of decontamination.
                 6. Explain the difference between sanitation, disinfection, and
                    sterilization.
                 7. Discuss how to safely handle and use disinfectant products.
                 8. Describe which cleaners, equipment, and disinfectants are
                    useful for salons.
                 9. Define universal precautions and discuss your responsibilities
                    as a salon professional.

VIII: LIBRARY RESOURCES:


        Students will have access to a comprehensive Cosmetology Resource
library located in the Director’s office as well as the on campus library resources.


IIX:    COURSE COMPETENCIES:

              Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to do the
              following.

              1. Become familiar with anatomy and functions of the human body.
              2. Summarize the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
                 rules relating to sanitation through an examination.
              3. Practice the sanitation rulings in the lab according to the Texas
                 Statutes.
              4. Identify and explain forms of bacteria through a written test.
              5. Set up and use sanitizers according to directions before any
                 service.
              6. Select and use chemical agents as needed for sanitation.
              7. Successfully complete the exit (capstone) exam.


       SCAN COMPETENCIES:
The Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCAN)
identified competencies in the area of Resources, Interpersonal,
Information, Systems and Technology; and foundation skills in the areas
of Basic skills, Thinking Skills and Personal Qualities. This course is part
of a program in which each of these competencies and skills are
integrated. For application of specific SCANS competencies and skills in
this course: see attached form.
                               CISCO COLLEGE
                                CISCO, TEXAS
                                  SYLLABUS

DEPARTMENT:                  COSMETOLOGY

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE:                    CSME 2541– PREPARATION FOR
                                            PSI COSMETOLOGY EXAM

CREDIT HOURS:           5 HOURS/WK LEC: 3 HOURS/WK LAB: 8

INSTRUCTOR: ELAINE WILLINGHAM

EMAIL: elaine.willingham@cisco.edu

Class Hours: 7:30 – 5:00

OFFICE TELEPHONE:                   (254) 442-5190 or 442-5055

……………………………………………………………………………
I.    CATALOG DISCRIPTION:


      Theory, techniques, and application relating to the curriculum
      for the completion of the PSI written and practical exam.

II.   REQUIRED BACKGROUND

      Prerequisite CSME 1401 thru 2237

III   TEXT, OTHER REFERENCE MATERIAL:

      Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, (2007); Milady Publishing Co.
      Kibbe Constance V.
      The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
      Statutes and Exam Materials

IV.   METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:

      The course will be conducted in a cosmetology lab, hands – on
      experience dealing with the practical and written criteria of the exam.
      Sanitary procedures in conjunction with the TDLR Rules and
     Regulations will be practiced. Mock PSI State Board Exams
     will be conducted by the students.



V. METHOD OF EVALLUATION:

            25% individual practical performances with dress and attitude
                 evaluations
            25% written unit tests and quizzes
            25% final written and practical exam
            25% attendance

     COURSE GRADE

            100 – 90 = A
             89 – 80 = B
             79 – 70 = C
             69 – 60 = D

            MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONS

     All weekly tests are to be taken in theory class time periods. Students
     must make up test upon re-entering the FIRST day of class after THE
     ABSENCE. One make-up test only, others will be graded as “0”. Extreme
     circumstances will be considered by instructor. Semester final
     PRACTICAL examinations will be make up at the instructors direction
     and convenience.

     Academic Integrity: It is the intent of Cisco College to foster a spirit
     of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of students
     to present as their own any work they have not honestly performed is regarded
     by the faculty and administration as a serious offense and renders the offender
     liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension.


VI. ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS:


     The guidelines of Cisco College for being dropped from class are:

            M – W – F classes = 9 unexcused absences and failing grades
            T – T classes = 6 unexcused absences and failing grades

     Proper Doctor or Death excuses will be expected upon return to school for
     excused absences.
     The instructor reserves the right to review the parameter of each case
     individually.

            Student Conduct: Students are expected to take responsibility in helping to
            maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. In order to
            assure that all students have the opportunity to gain from the time spent in class,
            students are prohibited from using cell phones or beepers, making offensive
            remarks, reading material not related to class, sleeping, or engaging in any
            other forms of distraction. Inappropriate behavior in the classroom shall result,
            at a minimum, in a request to leave class and clock out. A more detailed list of
            inappropriate behaviors is found in the current student handbook.


VII. COURSE CONTENT:

     A. PSI exam review.
           1. Be able to pass all 12 exam chapter test in the exam
              review book.
           2. Be able to pass all practical applications of the exam within the
              allocated time requirements.
     B. Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation Sanitation Rules and
        Requirements.
           1. Explain all sanitation and sterilization practices required during
               PSI State Board Exam.
           2. Discuss requirements for disposal of used implements and
              waste during exam.
           3. Assemble the PSI Practical State Board Kit with adequate supplies
              and tools to meet the exam requirements.

VIII. LIBRARY RESOURCES:

             Students will have access to a comprehensive Cosmetology Resource
     library located in the Director’s office as well as the on campus library resources.




IX, COURSE COMPETENCIES:

     A.     Upon completion of the course the student will be able to do the
            following:

            1. Use styling equipment and implements correctly and safely during
               the practice of the exam.
            2. Demonstrate all practical applications required for the exam.
            3. Select and assemble all appropriate tools and products for the PSI
                    PRACTICAL State Board Kit.
               4.   Be able to perform all practical and written applications in allotted
                    time requirements.
               5.   Summarize the PSI and TDLR rules relating to sanitation and
                    sterilization during the exam.
               6.    Pass a mock PSI State Board written exam.
               7.    Successfully complete the exit (capstone) exam.


       SCAN COMPETENCIES;
The Secretary’s Commission on Achieving necessary skills (SCAN) identified
competencies in the area of Resources, Interpersonal, Information, Systems and
Technology: and foundation sills in the areas of Basic skills, Thinking Skills and
Personal Qualities. This course is part of a program in which each of these
competencies and skills are integrated. For application of specific SCANS
competencies and skills in this course: see attached form.
variety of mathematical techniques; uses quantitative data to construct
logical explanations for real world situations; expresses mathematical ideas
and concepts orally and in writing; and understands the role of chance in
the occurrence and prediction of events.

				
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