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1 Cosmetology Student Syllabus/Handbook Cosmetology Rooms: 3A, 5A, 7A, 9A Instructors: Brandi Holland & Justine Malvicino Office Phone: Holland ext Malvicino ext Fax: Website: This handbook is a supplement to the Auburn Career Center Student/Parent Handbook. Revision Date: April 2015

2 Table of Contents WELCOME CLASS OF 2017!!!... 4 AUBURN CAREER CENTER MISSION... 4 CORE VALUES... 4 AUBURN CERTIFICATES... 4 CLASS SCHEDULE... 5 COURSE FEES... 5 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS... 6 ATTENDANCE FOR THE COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM... 6 TAKING THE STATE EXAM... 7 INSTRUCTIONAL PHILOSOPHY... 7 COURSE DESCRIPTION... 7 PERFORMANCE COMPETENCIES... 8 MAJOR COURSE GOALS... 8 MAJOR COURSE PROJECTS... 9 JUNIOR YEAR... 9 SENIOR YEAR... 9 CALENDAR OF COURSE ASSIGNMENTS AND PROJECTS... 9 JUNIOR YEAR... 9 SENIOR YEAR ASSIGNMENTS AND PROJECTS COURSE ASSESSMENT PLAN THE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM COURSE POLICIES I.D. BADGE CLASSROOM RULES... 12

3 SAFETY SANITATION COSMETOLOGY GOALS STUDENT ORGANIZATION INFORMATION COSMETOLOGY SYLLABUS APPENDIX APPROVED ACADEMIC COURSES: SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST A5-PARTICIPATION POINTS/EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS TECHNICAL LITERACY PROGRAM SYMPLICITY CAREER SAFE PROGRAM/OSHA 10-HOUR GENERAL INDUSTRY TRAINING AUBURN CERTIFICATES AUBURN HONORS CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS AUBURN BASIC CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS AUBURN COMPLETION CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS AUBURN ATTENDANCE CERTIFICATE SAFETY CERTIFICATE EMPLOYABILITY CERTIFICATE COSMETOLOGY DEPARTMENT BUSINESS PARTNERS SYLLABUS PARENT AGREEMENT

4 WELCOME CLASS OF 2017!!! This program is designed for students who plan to enter the world of Cosmetology where you will develop the skills needed for a career in the beauty industry. Students will study the basic fundamentals and concepts that can be applied to a career in a salon or spa. This program will place an emphasis on the creative skills that are needed for success in this evolving area. This is a Tech Prep Program. Students have the potential of earning Lakeland Community College credit for work completed in Cosmetology while attending Auburn Career Center. Ohio College Tech Prep prepares students for high skill, high demand technical careers in a competitive global economy. Rigorous educational pathways emphasize math, science and technology and lead to postsecondary education. Students may be eligible to earn college or technical school credit for their high school coursework if they meet Tech Prep exit requirements. AUBURN CAREER CENTER MISSION Auburn Career Center provides an innovative career and technical education that empowers all learners to excel in the emerging workplace and enrich their community. CORE VALUES We believe that: - People are personally responsible for their choices and actions - Treating people with dignity and respect will enhance learning - Attitude and goals drive achievement - All people can learn - All people can make positive contributions - Change is exciting and essential for growth AUBURN CERTIFICATES Auburn Career Center provides an extended curriculum for our eleven participating school districts. Students attending Auburn Career Center may earn multiple elective and academic credits each year. Following successful completion, these credits are certified by the high school in which the student is enrolled. High school students can also earn several college credits while attending Auburn Career Center. In addition to earning academic credit toward graduation, students may earn the following certificates of achievement from Auburn Career Center. Honors Basic Completion Attendance Safety Employability These certificates are awarded at the Senior Ceremony and placed in the student s senior portfolio. See APPENDIX for additional information on certificates 4

5 COSMETOLOGY COURSE INFORMATION INSTRUCTORS: Ms. Brandi Holland , ext.8217 Mrs. Justine Malvicino , ext.8215 CLASS SCHEDULE: Junior Schedule: 8:18am to 10:53am Senior Schedule: 10:58am to 2:28pm COURSE FEES: Student Kit: $ Cosmetology smock/uniform: $50.00 Class Fee: $25.00 School Supplies (See Appendix for supply list) Accounts will be adjusted after the approval of free/reduced lunch applications. The kit will need to be paid in full before graduation. Payments can be made throughout the two year program. The kit contains everything needed for the two-year program and items needed to take their Ohio State Board of Cosmetology exam. The cosmetology uniform fee includes two salon smocks. KIT ITEMS SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN HOME AT ANY TIME DURING THE TWO YEAR PROGRAM UNLESS PERMISSION IS GRANTED BY THE INSTRUCTOR. IF FOR ANY REASON YOU ARE NOT PREPARED FOR CLASS WITH THE PROPER TOOLS OR IMPLEMENTS, A "0" WILL BE GIVEN FOR YOUR DAILY LAB GRADE. 5

6 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Students taking the Cosmetology program must meet a strict 1500 hour requirement which includes: - Cosmetology lab time hours - Cosmetology theory time hours - Anatomy, chemistry, biology or physiology hours - 2 academic classes from the list below hours - A 120 hour internship hours Accepted Academics: Any mathematics Finance Business marketing Speech Electricity and magnetism Integrated English III and IV Applied communications English language and composition Physics Advanced biology courses o or other math and science courses accepted as meeting graduation requirements of twenty-one Carnegie units o or as required by IEP NOTE: all requirements must be met while enrolled in the cosmetology program their junior or senior year Attendance for the Cosmetology program Auburn Career Center partners with 11 different school districts. Each districts school calendar may not coincide with Auburns school calendar. Because of the strict 1500 hour requirement attendance is crucial. If your associate school does not have school but Auburn does you are still required to be here to receive your hours. Any student who does not meet the 1500 hours by the end of their senior year will not be eligible to take their State Board exam. Not taking the State exam will result in an incomplete/failure for the program and the loss of three credits. Any hours short of the 1500 hours will need to be completed at a private school to be eligible to take the exam. 6

7 Taking the State Exam If you are enrolled in the cosmetology program it is required for you to take the state board exam. Not taking the exam would result in an incomplete/failure for the program and the loss of three credits. Before the end of senior year we will go as a group on a field trip to Columbus to take the State Board exam together. The student s exam as well as field trip expenses will be paid by Auburn. INSTRUCTIONAL PHILOSOPHY Students will practice and pass each hands-on skill with no less than a 90% score before working on clients. The highest degree of quality is always expected in all areas of the Cosmetology curriculum s competencies. Students are expected to have pride in their work and accomplishments. The Cosmetology curriculum is cumulative and requires students to use previous knowledge and apply it to other parts of the curriculum or build on the previous lesson(s). If students do not learn, study, and/or understand a lesson, the following lesson(s) will become more difficult. Also, if students are absent and do not receive the necessary instruction they will fall behind rather quickly. There are over 400 competencies the students must learn and master, as well as the related portion of the curriculum. Therefore, because of the large curriculum and the time constraints, we strongly encourage students to form study groups, have a study partner, and/or make flash cards so others may help them study. Daily attendance is critical to your success in the program. COURSE DESCRIPTION Auburn s Cosmetology program is designed to prepare students to enter the Cosmetology profession after taking and passing the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology licensing exam and receiving their Cosmetology license. During the next two years students will embark on an exciting educational experience that will lead them to a very rewarding career in the Cosmetology industry. Each day the students are expected to come to school prepared with their textbook, study guide and something to write with. We will begin the day with a one hour related class where we will study the technical/written part of the program. After the related portion of instruction, students will move into the lab where we will do demonstrations and hands on work. Students will work on mannequins until they have mastered a technique. Once mastered, they may work on each other under the supervision of the instructor. * If you do not have your uniform and/or lab shoes you cannot be in the lab, as per Ohio State Board of Cosmetology rules. 7

8 Performance Competencies The skills specific to the Auburn Cosmetology Program are determined by the Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology. These competencies are the core curriculum of the course. Those cognitive abilities (student demonstrated skills) addressed in this course include all higher level thinking skills with special emphasis on problem solving and decision making. Competencies include but are not limited to the following: Salon safety and sanitation State Board of Cosmetology rules and regulations Customer service Basic and advanced haircutting techniques Basic and advanced styling techniques Chemical texture services including permanent waving and chemical relaxing Haircolor techniques including special effects color and color correction Manicures and pedicures Acrylic nail applications Facials and skin care Makeup techniques Waxing procedures Major Course Goals The Cosmetology program is only for the student that desires to obtain an Ohio State Board of Cosmetology license. This program is to prepare students to take the Cosmetology licensing exam after completing two full years of required instruction (maintaining 75% and higher), 120 hours of salon internship and meeting the strict 1500 hour requirement. The major goals of this program are: 1. To demonstrate an exemplary understanding of cosmetology competencies. 2. To read and comprehend all instructional materials. 3. To read, comprehend and demonstrate the Auburn student handbook rules and guidelines. 8

9 4. To understand and follow all Ohio State Board sanitary rules, regulations, and guidelines. 5. To understand and demonstrate professionalism, respect, teamwork, problem solving skills, computer skills, language skills and trustworthiness. 6. To understand and demonstrate employability skills. Major Course Projects JUNIOR YEAR 1. The Cosmetology notebook is assembled throughout the year with notes, diagrams, worksheets and study guides. 2. A facial notebook is assembled with the facial movement diagrams, movement descriptions, muscles, and helpful hints for each as each movement is introduced. The diagram for set-up and list of supplies are included. 3. A lab hair styling project. SENIOR YEAR 1. Students will continue to add to the existing notebook that they began junior year. 2. Internship folder with journal sheets documenting each hour of internship instruction and participation. 3. A themed mannequin project where students will cut, color, style and create makeup on their mannequin to a theme of their choice; this project will be displayed at our open house. 4. Themed nail art projects including poster creation. 5. Hair and makeup makeover projects. Calendar Of Course Assignments and Projects JUNIOR YEAR These will be presented and learned the junior year but may not be presented in this order Auburn Hand Book - individual presentations and test. Cosmetology Syllabus review and test Mark all kit items Lab safety, dispensary operations and electrical safety (must pass with a 100%) Salon sanitation French Braiding (reverse braid, 2 strand braid) Client/mannequin draping Scalp massage/brushing the hair Shampooing and conditioning Blow dry styling 9

10 Thermal styling (curling iron, straighteners) Hand and arm massage Manicures Nail art Paraffin dip Pedicures Facial movements Roller bases and styling Up-do s 0 degree haircut Perm wrapping Pin curls Fingerwaves Hair styling project (performed on mannequin) 45 degree haircut Skills USA Competitions Cap highlighting Semi-permanent/demipermanent/permanent hair color 90 degree haircut Virgin/retouch color applications Waxing procedures Chemical hair relaxing procedures Foil highlighting (weaving, slicing and chunking) Men s haircutting Clipper cutting SENIOR YEAR ASSIGNMENTS AND PROJECTS Senior year we will build on the knowledge gained junior year by adding advanced techniques in cutting, chemical texturizing and haircolor procedures Salon client work (salon opens early September and runs through May) State Board procedures Makeover project (hairstyle, makeup) Skills USA Competitions Internship (summer after junior year or during senior year) Facial packs and masks Face shapes and makeup techniques Acrylic nail application Create a Career Portfolio Mock State Board testing Prepare for State Board Exam Employability/preparing for life after school Due to cancellation of school, assemblies, competition dates, and/or various reasons, the order subjects are taught may change, or the year it is taught may change, but it will be taught, as students need to know the competencies for the state exam. 10

11 Course Assessment Plan Performance standards are determined by industry and the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology, and instructors. Grading for this course reflects these standards. Grade and Description: A (90 100%) B (80 89%) C (70-79%) D (60-69%) F (59 Below) To pass the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology Exam students must score 75% or higher on all competencies. The Ohio State Board of Cosmetology wants the cosmetology program grading scale to reflect exactly how a student would perform at the licensing testing. The failing grade at the state exam is 74%, therefore all grades need to be 75% and higher or the student may not pass the licensing exam. HOW GRADES WILL BE DETERMINED: Lab Work- graded daily (averaged for a weekly grade) Homework- graded daily (averaged for a weekly grade) Employability/Participation- graded daily (averaged for a weekly grade) Tests and Quizzes- graded and entered 20 points a day for Attendance (100 points weekly) Please note, that grades can drop quickly if homework is not completed or tests or quizzes are not passed. *Late assignments will have points deducted: ½ credit for 1 day late. Late assignments will not be accepted after 1 day. EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS In Career and Technical Education student performance is looked at just as business/industry would look at an employee on the job. The quality of tasks completed, time required, participation, attitude and consistency of effort, etc. are considered employability skills and are all a part of one s grade. (See appendix A5 for a complete list of employability skills) 11

12 ATTENDANCE AND MAKING UP ASSIGNMENTS: An excused absence simply means you may make up work in the number of days you were absent, HOWEVER, any missed demonstrations, lab practices, partner and/or team work will be almost impossible to make up. Any client work cannot be made up. It is your responsibility to get any missed work from the instructor or classmate. If an absence is unexcused, you may not make up any of the work that is missed, or if you do, a grade will not be entered for it. Daily skill or written assignments give practice for mastery and show the instructor comprehension of the material. Because this program builds on previous knowledge throughout the two years, you may need to apply a more concentrated effort on various topics in order to understand a future lesson/skill. THE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM 1. The students are required to complete a 120 hour internship (after completion of their junior year) at a salon of their choice. It will be completed outside of the school day, during the summer between junior and senior year. 2. The salon internship program requires students to write and keep a journal of the activities performed by the hour, as well as a timesheet to log the hours accumulated during the internship experience. Journal sheets are turned in weekly at Auburn and are graded. Any sheets turned in late will be graded as late. 3. Any changes made by the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology may bring changes in the internship component of the program or the curriculum. 4. Not completing the internship would result in the student not qualifying to take their State Board exam which in turn would result in an incomplete for the program and a loss of three credits. COURSE POLICIES I.D. BADGE Students are required to have and display on them at all times an Auburn Career Center I.D. card, which is provided free during the first few weeks of school. The Auburn I.D. badge must be clearly visible and presented upon request to any teacher, administrator, resource officer or school personnel. If a student s original card is lost or stolen, a duplicate I.D. card must be purchased. The fee for a duplicate card is $5.00. CLASSROOM RULES Students will work as part of a team Students will develop a professional work ethic 12

13 SAFETY Students will have respect for others and the property in our department Students will be on time and ready to work with all supplies needed for class Students are required to wear Auburn uniform Students will follow all safety rules/precautions at all times No food or drink in the lab at any time Safety is a major concern in the workplace. Any safety violation can result in the injury to yourself, the client, and others working around you. Safety violations will not be tolerated. In the event of a violation, students will have to re-test on lab safety, passing with 100%, before being allowed to work in the lab again. SANITATION The Ohio State Board of Cosmetology Salon Sanitation Rules is given to students and is posted in all rooms/areas of the related classroom and lab. The rules are taught and tested. After the rules are tested students must abide by them. This is for their protection and safety while in the program or on internship. Any violations will not be tolerated. To do so would put you, clients, and classmates at risk. The school or salon may be fined for sanitation violations, which would jeopardize the internship program, thus your education. ACADEMIC DISHONESTY: Academic dishonesty is not tolerated. You have to take responsibility for yourself and your work. Your reputation depends on honesty. See the Auburn handbook for rules concerning academic dishonesty. COMPUTER USAGE: Auburn supports instruction through the use of computers, , software, and other media, and Internet access. However, the use of these tools is a privilege, not a right. Any student who violates the Acceptable Use Policy found in the Student Handbook may lose their access to Auburn s computers and network accounts. In addition, students are expected to use computers at the designated time, and only for class assignments. Abuses may result in a loss of computer privileges. Auburn student accounts are monitored, and the use of them falls under all Auburn s policies. TEXT AND READING SOURCES: Milady Standard Cosmetology Textbook 2012 edition is used during junior and senior year. 13

14 CHANGES TO THE SYLLABUS: The instructors and Auburn reserve the right to make changes to this syllabus as needed or required throughout the year. COSMETOLOGY GOALS Perform a wide range of hair, skin and nail services Operate a full service, interactive salon Work side by side with professionals from the cosmetology industry STUDENTS WILL BE PREPARED FOR: State licensure, employment in a salon or spa and further education 14

15 STUDENT ORGANIZATION INFORMATION SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. It is a national nonprofit organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations. It was formerly known as VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America). SkillsUSA's mission is to empower its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. SkillsUSA is an applied method of instruction for preparing America s high performance workers in public career and technical programs. It provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. It builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communications skills. It emphasizes total quality at work high ethical standards, superior work skills, life-long education, and pride in the dignity of work. SkillsUSA also promotes understanding of the freeenterprise system and involvement in community service. More than 300,000 students and advisors join SkillsUSA annually. One hundred thirty (130) trade, technical and skilled service occupational titles are represented in the curricula of SkillsUSA member students, covering the construction, manufacturing, transportation, health sciences, information technology, communications, personal services, hospitality, public safety and engineering technology industries 15

16 COSMETOLOGY SYLLABUS APPENDIX Approved academic courses: Any Mathematics Finance Business Marketing Speech Electricity and Magnetism Integrated English III or IV Applied Communications **English & Math at Auburn is taken online** English Language and Composition Physics Biology Advanced Biology Courses Anatomy and Physiology Chemistry Physics School Supply List ring binder for related classroom (an additional binder will be required for senior year) ring binder for lab notebook 3. Ruled notebook paper 4. Pens and pencils 5. 1 box of colored pencils packet of index cards sharpie black markers 8. 1 box gallon sized Ziploc bags highlighters-any color 10. Hard case pencil box 16

17 A5-Participation Points/Employability Skills These are the attributes the students will be graded daily: Appearance o Clean, neat complete uniform o Proper lab shoes Attitude o Positive attitude o Team work o Stays on task and motivated o In attendance o Respect self and others Professionalism o Proper language o Professional behavior o Follows classroom rules o Prepared to work o Work safety o o o o Hair and makeup complete Proper hygiene Timely completion of tasks Represents ACC and the program in a positive way o Professional conversation topics o Respect school property and supplies Technical Literacy Program Description of Course Technology Literacy is offered to juniors and seniors at Auburn Career Center. The junior course provides an overview of the basic fundamentals of working with computers today. Students will study computer basics such as computer hardware, software, and operating systems. The course introduces basic use of Windows 7 and productivity programs included in Microsoft Office 2007 (Outlook, Word, Power Point, and Excel). Students will also begin to use and navigate e-learning environments such as Blackboard and Citrix. Internet navigation, computer security and privacy, and ever-changing technology will also be overviewed within the course. In the senior year, students will successfully complete their Senior Portfolio. This will include work on Resumes, Reference Sheets, Cover Letters, Transition Plans, Project Summaries, and Project Samples. Students will also implement employability skills, participate in Mock Interviews, and use Auburn s online Job Board, Symplicity, to search and apply for employment and internship opportunities. Purpose The purpose of the Technology Literacy course is to provide students with the basic knowledge of working with computers in ways beneficial in their career paths of choice. The course will give them an overview of online communication, , word processing, spreadsheets, presentation programs, internet navigation, computer security and our technologically evolving world. 17

18 Mastery Learning Grades in the Technology Literacy course will be based on Mastery Learning. Students will be required to achieve 80% on each assignment. Additional attempts will be provided if the 80% benchmark is not achieved. Symplicity It is with great enthusiasm that I want to announce a new opportunity for students to participate in an on-line job match software program. The online job match software, symplicity, allows students to develop an online profile and to upload a resume and cover letter in order to apply for employment. Once students choose to apply to job opportunities posted by local employers interested in Auburn students, those employers can contact students directly for interviews. In addition, students can connect to employers during the school day at monthly job fairs. If you would prefer your son or daughter not to participate in our on-line job board or at in school job fairs, please contact the high school office or send in a note. Career Safe Program/OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training Description of Program The OSHA Outreach Training Program for General Industry provides training for students, entry level workers, and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. The program also provides information regarding workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. Through this training, OSHA helps to ensure that workers are more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights. Each module contains a brief assessment, which must be successfully completed before the student can move on to the next module. Once all modules have been viewed and the corresponding assessments are passed there is a comprehensive final assessment. Purpose The purpose of the program is to provide students with basic safety awareness training so they will be able to recognize, avoid and prevent safety and health hazards in the workplace. Young workers develop a safety mindset and acquire marketable skills for a competitive edge. Credential Earned Students who successfully complete the CareerSafe OSHA 10-Hour General Industry course receive an OSHA 10-Hour General Industry wallet card from the OSHA Training Institute (OTI). As a result they become more employable, gaining a competitive advantage in the job market. AUBURN CERTIFICATES Auburn Career Center provides an extended curriculum for our eleven participating school districts. Students attending Auburn Career Center may earn multiple elective and academic credits each year. Following successful completion, these credits are certified by the high school in which the student is enrolled. High school students can also earn several college credits while attending Auburn Career Center. 18

19 In addition to earning academic credit toward graduation, students may earn the following certificates of achievement from Auburn Career Center. These certificates are awarded at the Senior Ceremony and placed in the student s senior portfolio. Auburn Honors Certificate Requirements 95% Attendance rate for two years at Auburn (no more than 18 days over a two year period) Earned a 3.5 or higher grade point average in their career tech program over two years Safety certification earned in career tech program Employability skills earned in career tech program 85% passage rate of all program competencies Credential certificate or passage of Ohio Career Technical Competency Analysis High school diploma Auburn Basic Certificate Requirements 95% Attendance rate for two years at Auburn (no more than 18 days over a two year period) Earned a 2.5 or higher grade point average in their career tech program over two years Safety certification earned in career tech program Employability skills earned in career tech program 75% passage rate of all program competencies Auburn Completion Certificate Requirements Earned high school credit for their career tech program over two years Safety certification earned in career tech program Employability skills earned in career tech program 75% passage rate of all program competencies Auburn Attendance Certificate Students maintaining a 95% attendance record over the two years at Auburn will earn an Auburn Attendance Certificate. The certificate will be placed in their senior portfolio. Safety Certificate Students are provided the opportunity to earn a safety certificate. Students that complete the required safety assessment will earn a certificate to be placed in their senior portfolio. Employability Certificate Students are provided the opportunity to earn an employability certificate. Students that complete the required assessment will earn a certificate to be placed in their senior portfolio 19

20 Cosmetology Department Business Partners Bixel s Salon and Spa Jennifer and Company Marci s Hair on the Square Bella Donna Salon and Spa Jack Arra s Salon and Spa Famous Hair And many more 20

21 Auburn Career Center Cosmetology SYLLABUS PARENT AGREEMENT After reviewing the Cosmetology syllabus please sign and return this agreement page to your instructor on the first day of school. I have read and understand all of the information in the Auburn Career Center Cosmetology Syllabus. Student Name: Student Signature: Date: Parent Name: Parent Signature: Date: 21

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