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1 SKILLS CANADA MANITOBA nd ANNUAL PROVINCIAL SKILLS COMPETITION HAIRSTYLING # 29 Thursday, April 11th, 2019 Red River College Winnipeg, Manitoba

2 CONTESTANT ELIGIBILITY - PROVINCIAL SKILLS MANITOBA HAIRSTYLING 2019 CONTEST # 29 Contestants for the Provincial Hairstyling Skills Manitoba Competition are as described in the following categories: Hairstyling - Beginner Level - One Contestant per School - Guaranteed *Each school is guaranteed one contestant. Schools may send two contestants names, clearly identified as a first choice, or include second name as their second choice. Second Choice contestants will be registered only if space allows for more contestants. Schools will be notified if a second applicant can participate once registration is complete. Competition is capped at 20 competitors due to space. A beginner level is any student of any age or grade level, who is enrolled in any Hairstyling program, regardless of Public or Private Status. The student must have accrued between 1 and 467 hours of the complete 1400 hour program on the day of the competition, be a Canadian citizen or hold Canadian citizenship. These contestants must reside in Manitoba. Hairstyling - Secondary Level - One Contestant per School - Guaranteed *Each school is guaranteed one contestant. Schools may send two contestants names, clearly identified as a first choice, or include second name as their second choice. Second Choice contestants will be registered only if space allows for more contestants. Schools will be notified if a second applicant can participate once registration is complete. Competition is capped at 15 competitors due to space. A secondary student is less than 22 years of age on December 31 of the Competition year, has not completed (grade 12), and is currently enrolled and taking academic courses. The student must have between 1 and 1399 hours of the complete 1400 hour program on the day of the competition, be a Canadian citizen or hold Canadian citizenship. These contestants must reside in Manitoba. Hairstyling - Post Secondary Level One contestant per school guaranteed *Each school is guaranteed one contestant. Schools may send two contestants names, clearly identified as a first choice, or include second name as their second choice. Second Choice contestants will be registered only if space allows for more contestants. Schools will be notified if a second applicant can participate once registration is complete. These contestants compete against apprentices. Competition is capped at 10 competitors due to space. A post secondary student is a graduate with a (grade 12) diploma and is currently enrolled in a Hairstyling program at a recognized training institution. The student must have between 1 and 1399 hours of the complete 1400 hour program on the day of the competition, be a Canadian citizen or hold Canadian citizenship. These contestants must reside in Manitoba. Apprentices: One contestant per salon- guaranteed Registration is limited to the first ten applications for apprentices. *Each salon is guaranteed one contestant. Salons may send two contestants names, clearly identified as a first choice, or include second name as their second choice. Second Choice contestants will be registered only if space allows for more contestants. Salons will be notified if a second applicant can participate once registration is complete. An Apprentice is a current, registered hairstylist apprentice in good standing with Manitoba Education and Training Apprenticeship Branch and can be of any age. This contestant must have between 1 hour and 2,999 hours in the two year apprenticeship on the day of the competition and be a Canadian citizen or hold Canadian citizenship. These contestants must reside in Manitoba. Apprentices must present their pocket card or wall document the day of the competition. Apprentices compete against Post-Secondary students. 2

3 IMPORTANT INFORMATION -for all competitors Any student who is over 21 years of age, currently enrolled in an academic course(s), such as G.E.D., while also completing a Hairstyling Program, must register in the post-secondary category. Any student who is enrolled in a recognized Hairstyling Program under the status of a mature student must enroll as a postsecondary contestant. No head sets and electronic devices allowed. No technical support such as sketches, pictures, drawings, notes, etc. Health and Safety Industry Standards must be followed throughout the competition. All competitors shall allow the Skills Manitoba organization the right to take and publish the winners names and photos of individual competitors and/or their work. No competitor shall begin work until the scrutineer(s) announce that the competitors may begin. No competitor shall continue to work on their mannequin s hair, after the competition time has ended. An additional 5 minutes at the end of each competition will be designated to place mannequin for judging. This 5 minutes includes cleaning. Competitors must be ready for inspection by scrutineers 15 minutes prior to the start of each competition. Contestants will be notified of remaining time allotments in the following time frames: o Final 30, 15, 10, 5, 3 and 1 minute countdowns. There must be a minimum of four (4) pre-registered competitors for each category. If there are less than four registered competitors, Skills Manitoba delegates may cancel the competition PROVINCIAL TECHNICAL COMMITTEE Jodi Newman Lynn Briand Kyle Von Riesen Tony Scarpino Miriam Giesbrecht Kaitlyn Gaetz Anna Mc Gregor Darlene Rivard Anarchy Studios Sturgeon Heights Collegiate Steinbach Regional Secondary School St. James Collegiate Institute Louis Riel Arts & Technology Centre MC College MC College Sturgeon Heights Collegiate For more information please contact: Jodi Newman or You are requested to go to the Skills Canada Manitoba Website to view all details regarding Skills Manitoba and Skills Canada Competitions, including a complete listing of the rules & registration. *Please check website for early bird and final registration deadlines. All competitors must report to the North Gym for registration. The Hairstyling competition will take place in the North Gym. 3

4 PROVINCIAL CONTEST DESCRIPTION BEGINNER LEVEL 467 Hours and Under Date: Thursday, April 11 th 2019 Duration of Contests: Beginner Level 1 hour & 45 minutes CATEGORIES OF CONTESTS: The following descriptions and projects are provided for all competitors who enter as a beginner. PURPOSE OF THE CHALLENGE: To enable industry as well as observers to view the level of skills taught within the public, secondary, post-secondary schools programs and to encourage interaction between the various sectors in industry. This relationship will ensure the skills gained by new hairstylists at all levels of training are geared to the demands of the beauty industry. SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE TO BE TESTED: The level of this competition will allow the new stylists to demonstrate their technical skills and creative ability in the following test: 1. Bridal Up-do on female mannequin. No written test will be administered. The theoretical knowledge will be relevant in the performance of the practical tests. CAREER RELATED SKILLS EXHIBITED: 1. Hairstyling, brushing, placing, dressing, balance and design. 2. Creative hair ornamentation. EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, SUPPLIES, CLOTHING: Competitors are expected to wear clean and comfortable work attire with closed toed shoes as expected in industry, as well the Skills Manitoba apron. (Provided for day of competition ONLY) Contestants must provide their own working tools examples include: water bottle, towels, cape, combs, brushes, clips, styling products, hair ornamentation if desired and safety equipment. Contestants must bring his/her preferred types of products with all labels fully covered. There will be no jewellery, make-up, station décor, or draping permitted in this contest. One mannequin head support (with mannequin stand or tripod). Contestants cannot borrow supplies from others. EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY THE PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE: Each contestant will be provided with a table, mirror and apron. No electricity is used for this competition. MANNEQUINS WILL NOT BE PROVIDED BY THE ORGANIZATION: Contestants must supply one female mannequin ready to be styled. SCORING The contestants with the highest points will be the winner, the second highest mark will be placed second and the third highest mark will be placed third. Demerits may be given for any rule infractions. Each provincial competition will be judged on the 30 point International Judging System. Each competition will begin with the scrutineers visually and/or physically inspecting all mannequins. In case of a tie, judges will be called back to the competition floor to break the tie. Any infraction or violation of the competition rules will result in point penalties or disqualification. (See Contest Project) Failure to complete any required component will forfeit any possibility of scoring as a medalist. DEMERIT OUTLINE (Penalty Points) See Contest Project 4

5 PROVINCIAL CONTEST DESCRIPTION Secondary & Post-Secondary/Apprentices Date: Thursday, April 11 th 2019 Duration of Contests: Secondary & Post-Secondary/Apprentice am & pm combined 3 hours & 45 minutes CATEGORIES OF CONTESTS The following scopes and projects are provided for all competitors who enter as a secondary student, a post-secondary student or an apprentice within two categories secondary = one category & post-secondary/apprentice = one category PURPOSE OF THE CHALLENGE To enable industry as well as observers to view the level of skills taught within the public, secondary, post-secondary school and apprenticeship programs and to encourage interaction between the various sectors. This relationship will ensure the skills gained by new hairstylists at all levels of training are geared to the demands of the beauty industry. SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE TO BE TESTED The level of this competition will allow the new stylists to demonstrate their technical skills and creative ability in the following two tests: 1. Ladies Fashion Hair Cut with 3 wishes and a decided color (minimum 25%) on a female mannequin 2. Men s Modern Classic Haircut and Style on a male mannequin No written test will be administered. The theoretical knowledge will be relevant in the performance of the practical tests. CAREER RELATED SKILLS EXHIBITED 1. Haircutting scissors, razor, texturizer 2. Hairstyling setting & blow-drying. 3. Use of Colour and Harmony 4. Competition Styling EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, SUPPLIES, CLOTHING Competitors are expected to wear clean and comfortable work attire with closed toed shoes as expected in industry, as well the Skills Manitoba apron. (Provided for day of competition ONLY). Contestants must provide their own working tools examples include: water bottle, towels, cape, cutting implements, combs, brushes, clips, blow dryer, styling products, and extension cord and safety equipment. Contestants must bring his/her preferred types of products with all product labels fully covered. There will be no jewellery, station décor, make-up or draping permitted in this contest. One mannequin head support (mannequin stand or tripod). Contestants cannot borrow supplies from others. EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY THE PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE Each contestant will be provided with a table, mirror, apron, and single electrical outlet. Competitors will use only one electrical outlet. The use of more than one outlet on an extension cord or power bar is not allowed. MANNEQUINS WILL NOT BE PROVIDED BY THE ORGANIZATION Contestants must supply two competition mannequins: one female mannequin UNCUT and one male mannequin UNCUT and uncoloured with no facial hair. To ensure compliance with the rules and regulations, all mannequin heads will be examined at the start of the competition by scrutineers for each competition category to determine any infractions or violations of the rules. Mannequin recommendations can be found at the end of this document, but competitors may use any mannequin of the competitors choosing as long as it meets the above criteria. SCORING The contestants with the highest combined points from the two tests will be the winner, the second highest mark will be placed second and the third highest mark will be placed third. Demerits may be given for any rule infractions. Each provincial competition will be judged on the 30 point International Judging System. Each competition will begin with the scrutineers visually and/or physically inspecting all mannequins. In the event of a tie in the morning or afternoon individual competitions, judges will be called back to the competition floor to break the tie. In the event of a tie in the combined score, the highest mark in the ladies fashion cut and style will be the winner. If a second tie occurs, the highest mark in the men s classic cut will be the winner. This follows the Skills Canada National Competition format. Any infraction or violation of the competition rules will result in point penalties or disqualification. (See Contest Project Failure to complete any required component will forfeit any possibility of scoring as a medalist. DEMERIT OUTLINE (Penalty Points) See Contest Project 5

6 HAIRSTYLING 2019 BEGINNER LEVEL (467 School Hours or Less) Bridal Up do 9:00 10:45 a.m. Scrutineer Inspection and Reading of the Scopes 8:45-9:00 a.m. The contestant will create a bridal up do which best displays their artistic ability and would be suitable for a Traditional bride. The contestant will: Create an up do with a visible, upward movement in the nape Use a mannequin with no obvious signs of pre-colouring Have a minimum of 8 inches of hair length in the crown area Brush all hair down at the start of the competition, hair may be pre-set Treat their mannequin as they would a client, attaching ornamentation with appropriate tools (i.e. bobby pins, hair pins etc.) Not use any electrical implements, (includes battery or butane operated tools) Not cover any critical work with ornamentation (judges will only evaluate visible work) Not allow ornamentation to cover more than 25% of the head Not use any hairpieces, nor use any ornamentation that may be made of natural, synthetic or hair-like pieces Use any professional styling products except coloured sprays Not borrow or share equipment with other competitors Not attach jewellery, station décor, make-up or draping to the mannequin DEMERIT OUTLINE: No. of Demerit points Maximum demerits Five (5) Minimum demerits One (1) Hair style out of category 3 Non respect of stop 1 Use of electrical implements (includes no battery or butane operated tools) 1 Hair pieces contrary to rules 2 Hair colour contrary to rules 2 Ornaments contrary to rules 1 Coaching from audience during competition 5 Late comer in start of competition 5 Use of coloured spray 1 Failure to brush ALL the hair down 1 Attaches ornamentation inappropriately 2 Borrowed or shared equipment with other competitors 1 Products not covered/jewellery, décor, make-up or draping used 1 per product/item to a max. of 4 demerits Judging criteria will include intricacy, difficulty, cleanliness, suitability, balance, ornamentation and creativity. Lunch will be provided to all contestants. *End of Beginner Project 6

7 HAIRSTYLING 2019 SECONDARY LEVEL Part One Ladies Fashion Hair Cut with 3 wishes 9:00-11:15 a.m. (Part two of this competition will be performed by the same contestant on a second mannequin) Scrutineer Inspection and Reading of the Scopes 8:45-9:00 a.m. The contestant will perform a ladies fashion haircut and style on a PREVIOUSLY coloured UNCUT mannequin that is a minimum of 25% of hair color wish. The haircut and colour is to reflect a fashion ladies trend and the three wishes were chosen by the MB Hairstyling Committee. These wishes are as follows: Black, Concave Design line, Smooth Texture The contestant will: Wet, cut, blow-dry and style hair using hot tools Use any professional cutting tool they wish Respect client wishes (ballot box draws) for colour (pre-done), cut and style Ensure that all hair is coloured prior to competition day. A minimum of 25% must be the colour wish. The colour, cut and texture wishes must be visible in the finished style, but do not have to be the whole head. Ensure no color sprays, gels or mousses are used. Colour must be fashion trend, not funky Avant Garde Remove a minimum of 2 of hair throughout the interior and exterior of the design, during the competition Use any professional styling tool. However only 1 power outlet may be used at a time. Not borrow or share equipment with other competitors Not attach jewellery, station décor, make-up or draping to the mannequin DEMERIT OUTLINE: Maximum demerits Five (5) Minimum demerits One (1) No. of Demerit points Hair style out of category not fashion trend 3 Colour out of category colour wish is not 25% and/or visible 2 Cut and texture wishes not visible 3 Haircutting FIVE HEAD SECTIONS = Front/top, right and left sides, crown, and nape areas 5 No change of length as rules require Pre-cutting/texturizing Hair not wet throughout, prior to start 1 Non respect of stop 1 Use of excess power and outlets 2 Use of non-professional cutting or styling tools 1 per tool Use of coloured sprays, gels or mousses 1 per product Coaching from audience during competition 5 Late comer in start of competition 5 [Must forfeit time and demerit points; disqualified in major competitions] Borrowed or shared equipment with other competitors 1 Products not covered/jewellery, décor, make-up or draping used 1 per product/item to a max. of 4 demerits Judging criteria will include all 3 client wishes showing in finished look, cleanliness, suitability, balance, colour, and creativity. Lunch will be provided to all contestants. Competitors must have male mannequin ready for scrutinizing at 12:15 p.m. Part 2 Secondary Level Continued Next Page 7

8 HAIRSTYLING 2019 SECONDARY LEVEL Part Two Men s Modern Classical Haircut & Style 12:30-2:00 pm Scrutineer Inspection and Reading of the Scopes 12:15-12:30 pm The contestant will perform a men s tapered haircut with necklines and sides traditionally tapered and graduated. The hair will be styled with a blow-dryer. It should have a masculine shape with a sleek style. The contestant will: Perform all work on an UNCUT and UNCOLOURED male mannequin, not containing any form of facial hair. This includes no beards, moustaches or sideburns. Cut hair producing a neckline tapered with shears from zero Use various shears, razors-with or with-out guards, or any non-electrical professional cutting tool All hair should be styled off the face in a symmetrical fashion. Not include a part in the finished style Not add any ornamentation Not use any electrically or battery operated cutting tools such as clippers or outliners, etc. Perform styling only with a hand held dryer and any selection of brushes or combs sold professionally Use any professional styling products except for coloured sprays (product labels must be covered) Not borrow or share equipment with other competitors Not attach jewellery, station décor, or draping to the mannequin DEMERIT OUTLINE: Maximum demerits Five (5) Minimum demerits One (1) No. of Demerit points Style out of category 3 Obvious signs of pre-colouring 2 Parting present in finished style 2 Haircutting FIVE HEAD SECTIONS = Front/top, right and left sides, crown, and nape areas 5 max No change of length as rules require Pre-neckline tapering and cleaning Removing shaft density not length Use of tools not permitted in stated rules 5 Mannequin has facial hair beards, moustaches or sideburns max 3 Use of excess power and outlets 1 Non respect of stop 1 Coaching from audience during competition 5 Late comer in start of competition 5 [Must forfeit time and demerit points; disqualified in major competitions] Borrowed or shared equipment with other competitors 1 Products not covered/jewellery, décor or draping used 1 per product/item to a max. of 3 demerits Judging criteria will include shape and balance as well as cleanliness of finished work. *End of Secondary Project 8

9 HAIRSTYLING 2019 POST-SECONDARY LEVEL Part One Ladies Fashion Hair Cut with 3 wishes 9:00-11:15 a.m. (Part two of this competition will be performed by the same contestant on a second mannequin after lunch) Scrutineer Inspection and Reading of the Scopes 8:45-9:00 am The contestant will perform a ladies fashion haircut and style on a PREVIOUSLY coloured UNCUT mannequin that is a minimum of 25% of hair color wish. The haircut and colour is to reflect a fashion ladies trend and the three wishes were chosen by the MB Hairstyling Committee. These wishes are as follows: Black, Concave Design line, Smooth Texture The contestant will: Wet, cut, blow-dry and style hair using hot tools Use any professional cutting tool they wish Respect client wishes (ballot box draws) for colour (pre-done), cut and style Ensure that all hair is pre-coloured. A minimum of 25% must be the colour wish. The colour, cut and texture wishes must be visible in the finished style, but do not have to be the whole head. Ensure no color sprays, gels or mousses are used. Colour must be fashion trend, not funky Avant Garde Remove a minimum of 2 of hair throughout the interior and exterior of the design, during the competition Use any professional styling tool. However only 1 power outlet may be used at a time. Not borrow or share equipment with other competitors Not attach jewellery, station décor, make-up or draping to the mannequin DEMERIT OUTLINE: Maximum demerits Five (5) Minimum demerits One (1) No. of Demerit points Hair style out of category not fashion trend 3 Colour out of category colour wish is not 25% and/or visible 2 Cut and texture wishes not visible 3 Haircutting FIVE HEAD SECTIONS = Front/top, right and left sides, crown, and nape areas 5 No change of length as rules require Pre-cutting/texturizing Hair not wet throughout, prior to start 1 Non respect of stop 1 Use of excess power and outlets 2 Use of non-professional cutting or styling tools 1 per tool Use of coloured sprays, gels or mousses 1 per product Coaching from audience during competition 5 Late comer in start of competition 5 [Must forfeit time and demerit points; disqualified in major competitions] Borrowed or shared equipment with other competitors 1 Products not covered/jewellery, décor, make-up or draping used 1 per product/item to a max. of 4 demerits Judging criteria will include all 3 client wishes showing in finished look, cleanliness, suitability, balance, colour, and creativity. Lunch will be provided to all contestants. Competitors must have male mannequin ready for scrutinizing at 12:15 p.m. Part 2 Secondary Level Continued Next Page 9

10 HAIRSTYLING 2019 POST-SECONDARY LEVEL Part Two Men s Modern Classical Haircut & Style 12:30-2:00 pm Scrutineer Inspection and Reading of the Scopes 12:15-12:30 pm The contestant will perform a men s tapered haircut with necklines and sides traditionally tapered and graduated. The hair will be styled with a blow-dryer. It should have a masculine shape with a sleek style. The contestant will: Perform all work on an UNCUT and UNCOLOURED male mannequin, not containing any form of facial hair. This includes no beards, moustaches or sideburns. Cut hair producing a neckline tapered with shears from zero Use various shears, razors-with or with-out guards, or any non-electrical professional cutting tool All hair should be styled off the face in a symmetrical fashion. Not include a part in the finished style Not add any ornamentation Not use any electrically or battery operated cutting tools such as clippers or outliners, etc. Perform styling only with a hand held dryer and any selection of brushes or combs sold professionally Use any professional styling products except for coloured sprays (product labels must be covered) Not borrow or share equipment with other competitors Not attach jewellery, station décor, or draping to the mannequin DEMERIT OUTLINE: Maximum demerits Five (5) Minimum demerits One (1) No. of Demerit points Style out of category 3 Obvious signs of pre-colouring 2 Parting present in finished style 2 Haircutting FIVE HEAD SECTIONS = Front/top, right and left sides, crown, and nape areas 5 max No change of length as rules require Pre-neckline tapering and cleaning Removing shaft density not length Use of tools not permitted in stated rules 5 Mannequin has facial hair beards, moustaches or sideburns max 3 Use of excess power and outlets 1 Non respect of stop 1 Coaching from audience during competition 5 Late comer in start of competition 5 [Must forfeit time and demerit points; disqualified in major competitions] Borrowed or shared equipment with other competitors 1 Products not covered/jewellery, décor or draping used 1 per product/item to a max. of 3 demerits Judging criteria will include shape and balance as well as cleanliness of finished work. *End of Post-Secondary Project 10

11 Samples of Ladies Fashion Trend 11

12 Samples of Men s Modern Classic 12

13 Mannequin recommendations: There are no specific mannequins required for any of the Manitoba Hairstyling contests. However the following are some that are recommended based on previous experience and what is used at the National level. Note that Pivot Point mannequins are used at the National level. Bridal: Ladies Trend: Diana, Nadine, Vanessa or Bridget Marie from Pivot Point M20BDCOM Competition Mannequin 20 from NP Group M20SCOM Deluxe Competition Mannequin 20 from NP Group BES24DTCUCC Deluxe Extra Long from Dannyco Ingrid or Sophia from Pivot Point M20BDCOM Competition Mannequin 20 from NP Group M20SCOM Deluxe Competition Mannequin 20 from NP Group Men s Modern Classical: Antonio or Toshio from Pivot Point M6MALS Standard Male Mannequin 6 from NP Group BES2MALENBUCC Male no beard from Dannyco 13

14 REGISTER FOR SKILLS MANITOBA COMPETITION AT: Skills Canada Manitoba Office website Border Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3H OX4 Phone: Fax: Toll Free: *Registration deadlines apply: Check website for dates. SKILLS MANITOBA AND THE PROVINCIAL TECHNICAL COMMITTEE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOST/LEFTOVER SUPPLIES IN THE COMPETITION AREA 14

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