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1 SPRING SEMESTER 2018 REID STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM I. COURSE PREFIX, NUMBER, TITLE COS 115: Hair Coloring Theory II. COURSE HOURS 3 Theory Credit Hours 3 Course Contact Hours III. CLASS MEETING DATES/TIMES/LOCATION Monday 7:00A-8:40A 3:35P-3:45P Building 600 Tuesday 7:00A-7:45A IV. CLINICAL DATES/TIMES/LOCATION None V. INSTRUCTOR, CONTACT INFORMATION, CONTACT POLICY, OFFICE HOURS/LOCATION Instructor: Shirley Johnson Phone: (251) ext.139 Office Hours: Mon-Wed 3:30P-4:00P Fri 7:30A-11:00A Office Location: Building 600 Instructor will be available for individual help session as stated on posted office hours. Students are encouraged to make an appointment. Help sessions can be scheduled during and after classes.

2 Hair Coloring Theory COS 115 VI. COURSE DESCRIPTION: In this course, students learn the techniques of hair coloring and hair lightening. Emphasis is placed on color application, laws, levels and classifications of color and problem solving. Upon completion, the student will should be able to identify all classifications of haircoloring and the effects on the hair. This is a CORE course. VII. PREREQUISITE(S)/CO-REQUISITE(S) Prerequisites: None Co-requisites: COS116: Hair Coloring Lab VIII. TEXTBOOK(S) AND OTHER LEARNING RESOURCES Copyright 2016 Edition Milady s Standard Cosmetology Textbook Milady s Standard Cosmetology Practical & Theory Workbooks 3 Ring Notebook Binder Pen, paper, highlighter, index cards IX. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES Unless otherwise indicated, evaluation of student s attainment of objectives is based on knowledge gained from this course. Specifications may be in the form of, but not limited to, manufacturer s specifications, regulations, national and state codes, certification agencies, locally developed lab assignments, or any combination of specifications. PROFESSIONAL COMPENTENCIES Explain principles of hair color theory. Comprehend procedures for performing various hair color techniques. INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS Cognitive Comprehend principles of hair color. Psychomotor Apply principles of hair color theory. Affective Value the importance of safety while performing hair color theory. 2

3 Hair Coloring Theory COS 115 X. OUTLINE OF MODULES MODULE A PRINCIPLES OF COLOR THEORY PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES A1.0 Explain principles of hair color theory. This competency is measured cognitively. LEARNING OBJECTIVES A1.1.1 Determine protective measures for the cosmetologist and client. A1.1.2 Match terms associated with hair coloring to their correct definitions. A1.1.3 Determine primary, secondary, and tertiary hues on a color wheel. A1.1.4 Describe levels of hair coloring. A1.1.5 Identify classifications of hair coloring. A1.1.6 Choose the correct word or phrase to complete statements about warm and cool colors. A1.1.7 State the advantages and disadvantages of hair coloring. A1.1.8 Distinguish among factors that influence color selection. A1.1.9 Match the skin tones to hair color. A Describe the effects of hair coloring on the hair shaft. A Describe possible reactions to various hair coloring chemicals. A Describe the qualities of hair coloring developers. A Relate hair coloring to other services. MODULE A OUTLINE: Terms and definitions Safety Chemical use and handling Sanitation/Infection control Disinfecting Cosmetologist/client protection Color theory Color wheel Levels of hair coloring Classifications of hair coloring Warm and cool colors Chemical effects on hair and scalp Review of hair and scalp properties Predisposition test Strand test Qualities of developers Relation to other hair services Client consultation Communication skills Documentation Release statements Client record cards Recommendations for hair coloring Hair and scalp analysis Skin tones KSA Indicators B A B B A A A B B B B B B 3

4 Hair Coloring Theory COS 115 MODULE B HAIRCOLOR APPLICATION TECHNIQUES PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES B1.0 Comprehend procedures for B1.1 This competency is measured cognitively. performing various hair color techniques. NOTE: The performance for this competency is measured in COS 116. LEARNING OBJECTIVES KSA Indicators B1.1.1 Identify preliminary safety precautions. A B1.1.2 Differentiate between temporary, semi-permanent, demi-permanent, and permanent (aniline) techniques for haircoloring. c B1.1.3 Describe techniques for performing hair lightening. b B1.1.4 Describe techniques for performing special effects. b B1.1.5 Describe techniques for performing corrective haircoloring. b B1.1.6 Differentiate between types of products used for various classifications of haircoloring. c MODULE B OUTLINE: Temporary Sprays Mousses Rinses Crayons Gels Semipermanent/Demipermanent Impact on hair Testing Chemicals Composition Duration Techniques Permanent (Aniline Derivative Tints) Impact on hair Testing Chemicals Creams Liquids Gels Others Composition Duration Application techniques Virgin hair Retouching Lighteners Impact on hair Testing Chemicals Creams Liquids 4

5 Hair Coloring Theory COS 115 Powders Toners Developers Composition Duration Application techniques Virgin hair Retouching On and off the scalp lighteners Special effects Frosting Balayage Foiling Tipping Corrective Fillers Tint removers Toners XI. EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT 1. Written Evaluations 2. Assignments as assigned by instructor. 3. Library/Internet Assignment: (See attached sheet located on page 9.) Written Evaluations 50% Assignments/Work Ethics 30% Final Exam 20% Total Grade 100% GRADING SCALE: A = Excellent C = Average B = Good F = Failure 69 or Below Notice: The Alabama Board of Cosmetology requires a score of 70 for licensure. A grade of W will be assigned to any student who officially withdraws from the college or a particular course if he or she withdraws by the midpoint of the semester as published in the college calendar. A grade of I will be assigned, at the discretion of the instructor, when all required work for a course is not completed by the end of the semester in which the course is taken. A grade of I must be cleared by the end of the following semester or a grade of F will be assigned. 5

6 Hair Coloring Theory COS 115 Guidelines for Testing and Grading: IMPORTANT Exams and/or assignments missed due to a student s excused absence will be make-up. The student must notify the instructor in the event of an absence by . Proper documentation must be dated the day of absence. (Dr. Excuse, court document, etc.) Make-up exams and/or assignments must be taken the day the student return to that scheduled class. Proper documentation must be provided before or on the day the student returns. Make-up exams and /or assignments will be given at the end of the day beginning at 2:30 p.m. No make-up test will be given during regular class time. If the student is tardy/late when the exam is passed out, a make-up exam will be given and a 10 Point deduction will apply to assignment(s). It is the student s responsibility to make sure missed exams and/or assignments are completed in the manner stated above. It is the student s responsibility to read all chapters assigned in the course. Time and date will be given for Final Exam. If the student is not prepared or on time, the Final Exam grade will result in 0. If Final Exam is missed due to prior doctor s recommendation, hospitalization or court referral, a grade of I will be given until exam is taken. Remediation Guidelines: The Alabama Board of Cosmetology and Barbering requires a score of 70 for licensure. The student will be required to remediate on all missed items on a test. REQUIRED THEORY ASSIGNMENTS All required assignments are due upon request of the instructor. If assignments are not turned in by requested time or date, a grade of 0 will be given. All questions and blanks must be answered in theory and practical workbooks. Assignments missed due to a student s absence will be accepted if the absence is excused. 10 point deduction applies. Grading Scale for Assignments Workbook(s) 80% Vocabulary, Review Questions, and Study Guide 20% 6

7 Hair Coloring Theory COS 115 XII. ATTENDANCE a. Students are expected to attend all classes for which they are registered. Students who are unable to attend class regularly, regardless of the reason or circumstance should formally withdraw from that class. The student should see their advisor to complete the withdrawal form and the Registrar s Office will process the withdrawal. Withdrawal from class can affect eligibility for federal financial aid. Withdrawal from class can prohibit progression in the Cosmetology Program. Any student who fails to withdraw or discontinues class attendance will receive a grade of F due to missed evaluations and assignments. b. The Cosmetology and Personal Care Department subscribes to the philosophy that academic success derived by students is directly proportional to their class attendance. There is a high correlation between the number of absences and the final grade. Attendance will be recorded from the first day of the student s official enrollment. A student is considered officially enrolled upon payment of tuition and fees. The instructor is not required to notify the student when the student is in danger of being excessively absent, nor is the instructor required to review any material missed as a result of the student being absent. Students in courses will be reported if they have missed 5 consecutive class meetings for unofficial withdrawal. c. The Cosmetology Program is a clock hour program. Students must complete required clock hours before applying for the Alabama Board of Cosmetology and Barbering Licensure Examination. d. Any student who does not attend class during the drop/add period will be considered a no-show. It is the student s responsibility to keep track of the exact number of absences in each class to ensure that any missed assignments are completed in a timely manner. XIII. STATEMENT ON DISCRIMINATION/HARASSMENT The College and the Alabama Board of Education are committed to providing both employment and educational environments free of harassment or discrimination related to an individual s race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, or disability. Such harassment is a violation of State Board of Education policy. Any practice or behavior that constitutes harassment is a violation of State Board of Education policy. Any practice or behavior that constitutes harassment or discrimination will not be tolerated. XIV. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) and the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 state that qualified students with disabilities who meet the essential functions and academic requirements are entitled to reasonable accommodations. It is the student s responsibility to provide appropriate disability documentation to the College. Please contact the ADA representative. For students requesting special accommodations, please contact: Dr. Tangela Purifoy, Dean of Students (251) Ext

8 Hair Coloring Theory COS 115 XV. COURSE CALENDAR WEEK 1 Course Orientation 2. Safety and sanitation 3 Chapter 21: Haircoloring 4 Chapter 21: Haircoloring continued 5 Chapter 21: Haircoloring continued 6 Chapter 18: Braiding & Braid Extensions 7 Chapter 18: Braiding & Braid Extensions continued 8 Haircoloring Assignment 9 Haircoloring Assignment 10 Haircoloring Assignment 11 Haircoloring Assignment 12 Haircoloring Assignment 13 Haircoloring Procedures 14 Library Assignment 15 Assignment 16 Final Exam NOTE: Evaluations and assignments will be administered as assigned by instructor. IMPORTANT NOTE: REFER TO THE COSMETOLOGY STUDENT HANDBOOK FOR DEPARTMENT POLICIES. 8

9 Hair Coloring Theory COS 115 COSMETOLOGY LIBRARY ASSIGNMENT Research article on Hair Coloring History or Haircoloring Techniques using the Alabama Virtual Library, campus library, internet, magazines or textbook. Write a summary and present report to the class. The presentation should be 3 minutes. Resources: RSTC Campus Library Internet Cosmetology Textbook Magazine 9

10 Hair Coloring Theory COS 115 XVI. STUDENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM I have received the syllabus for COS-115 and I understand the contents therein. I understand the grading scale of this program and must score at least 70 in the course to pass. I also understand the Cosmetology Program s hours, department policies and dress code as stated in the Cosmetology Student Handbook. Student s Signature Date 10

11 REID STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM SPRING SEMESTER 2018 I. COURSE PREFIX, NUMBER, TITLE COS 116: Hair Coloring Lab II. COURSE HOURS 3 Lab Credit Hours 9 Contact Hours III. CLASS MEETING DATES/TIMES/LOCATION Monday 8:45A-3:35P Tuesday 7:50A-9:35A Building 600 IV. CLINICAL DATES/TIMES/LOCATION None V. INSTRUCTOR, CONTACT INFORMATION, CONTACT POLICY, OFFICE HOURS/LOCATION Instructor: Shirley Johnson Phone: (251) ext.139 Office Hours: Mon-Wed 3:30P-4:00P Fri 7:30A-11:00A Office Location: Building 600 Instructor will be available for individual help session as stated on posted office hours. Students are encouraged to make an appointment. Help sessions can be scheduled during and after classes.

12 Hair Coloring Lab COS 116 VI. COURSE DESCRIPTION: In this course, students apply hair coloring and hair lightening techniques. Topics include consultation, hair analysis, skin test and procedures and applications of all classifications of hair coloring and lightening. Upon completion, the student will be able to perform procedures for hair coloring and hair lightening. This is a CORE course VII. PREREQUISITE(S)/CO-REQUISITE(S) Prerequisites: None Corequisites: COS115: Hair Coloring Lab VIII. TEXTBOOK(S) AND OTHER LEARNING RESOURCES Copyright 2016 Edition Milady s Standard Cosmetology Textbook Milady s Standard Cosmetology Practical & Theory Workbooks 3 Ring Notebook Binder Pen, paper, highlighter Manikins & Cosmetology Supplies IX. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES Unless otherwise indicated, evaluation of student s attainment of objectives is based on knowledge gained from this course. Specifications may be in the form of, but not limited to, manufacturer s specifications, regulations, national and state codes, certification agencies, locally developed lab assignments, or any combination of specifications. PROFESSIONAL COMPENTENCIES Perform various haircolor techniques. INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS Cognitive Comprehend principles of hair color. Psychomotor Apply principles of hair color theory. Affective Value the importance of safety while performing hair color theory. 2

13 Hair Coloring Lab COS 116 X. OUTLINE OF MODULES Modules A is measured cognitively as part of COS 115 MODULE B HAIRCOLOR APPLICATION TECHNIQUES PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES B1.0 Perform various haircolor techniques. LEARNING OBJECTIVES PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES B1.1 Perform hair and scalp analysis. B1.2 Perform temporary haircoloring. B1.3 Perform Semipermanent haircoloring. B1.4 Perform Demipermanent haircoloring. B1.5 Perform permanent haircoloring. B1.6 Perform hair lightening. B1.7 Perform corrective haircoloring. B1.8 Perform various special effects haircoloring. Learning objectives for this module are covered in COS 115 Haircolor Theory LAB ACTIVITIES: Safety Sanitation and disinfection Tool/instrument use Chemical use Chemical handling Hair/scalp analysis Client consultation Application techniques KSA Indicators 3c 3c 3c 3c 3c 3c 3c 3c 3

14 Hair Coloring Lab COS 116 XI. EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT 1. Performance Evaluations 2. Assignments as assigned by instructor. 3. Library/Internet Assignment: (See attached sheet located on page 7.) Performance Evaluations 50% Assignments/Work Ethics 30% Final Exam 20% Total Grade 100% GRADING SCALE: A = Excellent C = Average B = Good F = Failure 69 or Below Notice: The Alabama Board of Cosmetology requires a score of 70 for licensure. A grade of W will be assigned to any student who officially withdraws from the college or a particular course if he or she withdraws by the midpoint of the semester as published in the college calendar. A grade of I will be assigned, at the discretion of the instructor, when all required work for a course is not completed by the end of the semester in which the course is taken. A grade of I must be cleared by the end of the following semester or a grade of F will be assigned. Guidelines for Testing and Grading: IMPORTANT Exams and/or assignments missed due to a student s excused absence will be make-up. The student must notify the instructor in the event of an absence by . Proper documentation must be dated the day of absence. (Dr. excuse, court doc. etc) Make-up exams and/or assignments must be taken the day the student returns to that scheduled class. Proper documentation must be provided before or on the day the student returns. Make-up exams and /or assignments will be given at the end of the day beginning at 2:30 p.m. If the student is tardy during the time the practical exam is given, the student will receive a grade of 0. Time and date will be given for Final Exam. If the student is not prepared or on time, the Final Exam grade will result in 0. NO EXCEPTIONS!! If Final Exam is missed due to prior doctor s recommendation or hospitalization, a grade of I will be given. It is the student s responsibility to make sure missed exams and or assignments are completed in the manner stated above. 4

15 Hair Coloring Lab COS 116 REQUIRED LAB ASSIGNMENTS Each service task for lab courses must be completed as assigned by instructor. If task is not completed, the task will result in a grade of 0. All services for the week are divided by the number of tasks assigned. If the absence is excused, the student will have until the next week to complete services. Make-up lab services cannot interfere with another class unless permission is given by the instructor. Students can complete services during lunch, at the end of the day or when the student does not have a class. It is the student s responsibility to make sure all assignments are completed in a timely manner. IMPORTANT NOTE: REFER TO THE COSMETOLOGY STUDENT HANDBOOK XII. ATTENDANCE a. Students are expected to attend all classes for which they are registered. Students who are unable to attend class regularly, regardless of the reason or circumstance should formally withdraw from that class. The student should see their advisor to complete the withdrawal form and the Registrar s Office will process the withdrawal. Withdrawal from class can affect eligibility for federal financial aid. Withdrawal from class can prohibit progression in the Cosmetology Program. Any student who fails to withdraw or discontinues class attendance will receive a grade of F due to missed evaluations and assignments. b. The Cosmetology and Personal Care Department subscribes to the philosophy that academic success derived by students is directly proportional to their class attendance. There is a high correlation between the number of absences and the final grade. Attendance will be recorded from the first day of the student s official enrollment. A student is considered officially enrolled upon payment of tuition and fees. The instructor is not required to notify the student when the student is in danger of being excessively absent, nor is the instructor required to review any material missed as a result of the student being absent. Students in courses will be reported if they have missed 5 consecutive class meetings for unofficial withdrawal. c. The Cosmetology Program is a clock hour program. Students must complete required clock before applying for the Alabama Board of Cosmetology and Barbering Licensure Examination. d. Any student who does not attend class during the drop/add period will be considered a no-show. It is the student s responsibility to keep track of the exact number of absences in each class to ensure that any missed assignments are completed in a timely manner. XIII. STATEMENT ON DISCRIMINATION/HARASSMENT The College and the Alabama Board of Education are committed to providing both employment and educational environments free of harassment or discrimination related to an individual s race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, or disability. Such harassment is a violation 5

16 Hair Coloring Lab COS 116 of State Board of Education policy. Any practice or behavior that constitutes harassment is a violation of State Board of Education policy. Any practice or behavior that constitutes harassment or discrimination will not be tolerated. XIV. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) and the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 state that qualified students with disabilities who meet the essential functions and academic requirements are entitled to reasonable accommodations. It is the student s responsibility to provide appropriate disability documentation to the College. Please contact the ADA representative. For students requesting special accommodations, please contact: Dr. Tangela Purifoy Dean of Students (251) Ext. 151 XV. COURSE CALENDAR WEEK 1 Course Orientation, Safety and Sanitation 2 Perform hair and scalp analysis/haircolor techniques 3-14 Perform haircoloring applications and hairstyling techniques 15 Library Assignment 16 Final Exam NOTE: Evaluations and assignments will be administered as assigned by instructor. 6

17 Hair Coloring Lab COS 116 COSMETOLOGY LIBRARY ASSIGNMENT Library/Internet Assignment: Research article on Hair Coloring Techniques or Applications using the Alabama Virtual Library, campus library internet, magazines or textbook. Write a summary and present report to the class. The presentation should be 3 minutes. Resources: RSTC Campus Library Internet Cosmetology Textbook Magazine IMPORTANT NOTE: REFER TO THE COSMETOLOGY STUDENT HANDBOOK FOR DEPARTMENT POLICIES. 7

18 Hair Coloring Lab COS 116 XVI. STUDENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM I have received the syllabus for COS-116 and I understand the contents therein. I understand the grading scale of this program and must score at least 70 in the course to pass. I also understand the Cosmetology Program s hours, department policies and dress code as stated in the Cosmetology Student Handbook. Student s Signature Date 8

19 REID STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM SPRING SEMESTER 2018 I. COURSE PREFIX, NUMBER, TITLE COS 144: Hair Shaping and Design II. COURSE HOURS 3 Credit Hours 1 Theory Hour 2 Lab Hours 7 Contact Hours III. CLASS MEETING DATES/TIMES/LOCATION Tuesday 9:40A-3:45A Wednesday 7:00A-7:45A Building 600 Room 605 IV. CLINICAL DATE/TIMES/LOCATION None V. INSTRUCTOR, CONTACT INFORMATION, CONTACT POLICY, OFFICE HOURS/LOCATION Instructor: Shirley Johnson Phone: (251) ext.139 Office Hours: Mon-Thu 3:30P-4:00P Fri 7:30A-11:00A Office Location: Building 600 Instructor will be available for individual help session as stated on posted office hours. Students are encouraged to make an appointment. Help sessions can be scheduled during and after classes.

20 Hair Shaping and Design COS 144 VI. COURSE DESCRIPTION: In this course, students learn the art and techniques of hair shaping. Topics include hair sectioning, correct use of hair shaping implements, and elevations used to create design lines. Upon completion, the student should be able to demonstrate the techniques and procedures for creating hair designs. VII. PREREQUISITE(S)/CO-REQUISITE(S) Prerequisites: Co-requisites: None None VIII. TEXTBOOK(S) AND OTHER LEARNING RESOURCES Copyright 2016 Edition Milady s Standard Cosmetology Textbook Milady s Standard Cosmetology Practical & Theory Workbooks 3 Ring Notebook Binder Pen, paper, highlighter Manikins, Tools & Cosmetology Supplies IX. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES Unless otherwise indicated, evaluation of student s attainment of objectives is based on knowledge gained from this course. Specifications may be in the form of, but not limited to, manufacturer s specifications, regulations, national and state codes, certification agencies, locally developed lab assignments, or any combination of specifications. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES Explain the concepts related to hair shaping and hair designs. Demonstrate proper hair sectioning. Demonstrate correct use of hair shaping implements. Discuss elevations used to create design lines. Demonstrate the techniques and procedures for creating hair designs. Demonstrate safety precautions and sanitation procedures. INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS Cognitive Comprehend principles of hair cutting. Psychomotor Apply principles of hair cutting theory. Affective Value the importance of safety while performing hair cutting theory and techniques. 2

21 Hair Shaping and Design COS 144 MODULE A HAIR SHAPING A1.0 Explain the concepts related to hair shaping. A1.1 This module is measured cognitively. Learning Objectives: A1.1.1 Identify reference points on the head form and understand their role in hair shaping. A1.1.2 Define angles, elevations, and guidelines. A1.1.3 List factors of a successful client consultation MODULE B HAIR DESIGN B1.0 Explain the concepts related to hair design. B1.1 This module is measured cognitively. Learning Objectives: B1.1.1 List the five elements of hair design. B1.1.2 List the five principles of hair design. B1.1.3 Identify different facial shapes. B2.0 Demonstrate the techniques and procedures for creating hair designs. B2.1 This module is measured affectively. Performance Objectives: B2.1.1 Practice safety and sanitation. B2.1.2 Perform shampoo procedures. B2.1.3 Perform various hair styling techniques. LAB COMPETENCIES: Safety and sanitation Shampooing Wet hair styling Blow drying Braiding MODULE C ART AND TECHNIQUES OF HAIR SHAPING C1.0 Apply the principles of art and techniques of hair shaping. C1.1 This module is measured affectively. Performance Objectives: C1.1.1 Practice safety and sanitation. C1.1.2 Demonstrate proper hair sectioning. LAB COMPENTENCIES: Safety and sanitation 2 sections 4 sections 5 sections C2.0 Demonstrate correct use of hair shaping implements. C2.1 This module is measured affectively. Performance Objectives: C2.1.1 Practice safety and sanitation. C2.1.2 Apply proper handling of hair shaping implements. C3.0 Demonstrate elevations to create design lines. C3.1 This module is measured affectively. Performance Objectives: C3.1.1 Apply basic hair shaping techniques using various elevations. 3

22 Hair Shaping and Design COS 144 LAB COMPENTENCIES: Safety and sanitation Blunt Haircut - 0º Graduated Haircut - 45º Uniform Layer Haircut - 90º Long Layer Haircut - 180º X. OUTLINE OF MODULES MODULE A OUTLINE: Reference points of the head Angles, lines and elevations Client consultation MODULE B OUTLINE Elements of hair design Principles of hair design Facial shapes Safety and sanitation Shampooing Hair style techniques MODULE C OUTLINE Proper sectioning Safety and sanitation 2 sections 4 sections 5 sections Hair shaping elevations - Safety and sanitation - Blunt Haircut - 0º - Graduated Haircut - 45º - Uniform Layer Haircut - 90º - Long Layer Haircut - 180º XI. EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT 1. Written/Performance Evaluations 2. Assignments as indicated by instructor. 3. Library Assignment: Research article using the Internet or Campus Library. (See attached sheet on page 8.) Written/Performance Evaluations 50% Assignments/Work Ethics 30% Final Exam 20% Total Grade 100% 4

23 Hair Shaping and Design COS 144 GRADING SCALE: A = Excellent B = Good C = Average F = Failure 69 or Below Notice: The Alabama Board of Cosmetology requires a score of 70 for licensure. A grade of W will be assigned to any student who officially withdraws from the college or a particular course if he or she withdraws by the midpoint of the semester as published in the college calendar. A grade of I will be assigned, at the discretion of the instructor, when all required work for a course is not completed by the end of the semester in which the course is taken. A grade of I must be cleared by the end of the following semester or a grade of F will be assigned. Guidelines for Testing and Grading: IMPORTANT Exams and/or assignments missed due to a student s excused absence will be make-up. The student must notify the instructor in the event of an absence by . Proper documentation must be dated the day of absence. (Dr. Excuse, court document, etc.) Make-up exams and/or assignments must be taken the day the student return to that scheduled class. Proper documentation must be provided before or on the day the student returns. Make-up exams and /or assignments will be given at the end of the day beginning at 2:30 p.m. No make-up test will be given during regular class time. If the student is tardy/late when the exam is passed out, a make-up exam will be given and a 10 Point deduction will apply to assignment(s). REQUIRED THEORY ASSIGNMENTS All required assignments are due upon request of the instructor. If assignments are not turned in by requested time or date, a grade of 0 will be given. All questions and blanks must be answered in theory and practical workbooks. Assignments missed due to a student s absence will be accepted if the absence is excused. 10 point deduction applies. Grading Scale for Assignments Workbook(s) 80% Vocabulary, Review Questions, and Study Guide 20% Time and date will be given for Final Exam. If the student is not prepared or on time, the Final Exam grade will result in 0. NO EXCEPTIONS!! If Final Exam is missed due to prior doctor s recommendation or hospitalization, a grade of I will be given. 5

24 Hair Shaping and Design COS 144 It is the student s responsibility to make sure missed exams and or assignments are completed in the manner stated above. REQUIRED THEORY ASSIGNMENTS All required assignments are due upon request of the instructor. If assignments are not turned in by requested time or date, a grade of 0 will be given. Assignments missed due to a student s excused absence will be accepted if proper documentation is provided. 10 point deduction will apply. REQUIRED LAB ASSIGNMENTS Each service task for lab courses must be completed as assigned by instructor. If task is not completed, the task will result in a grade of 0. All services for the week are divided by the number of tasks assigned. If the absence is excused, the student will have until the next week to complete services. Make-up lab services cannot interfere with another class unless permission is given by the instructor. Students can complete services during lunch, at the end of the day or when the student does not have a class. It is the student s responsibility to make sure all assignments are completed in a timely manner. Remediation Guidelines: The Alabama Board of Cosmetology requires a score of 70 for licensure. The student will be required to remediate on all missed items on a test. IMPORTANT NOTE: Refer to Cosmetology Student Handbook for department policies. XII. ATTENDANCE a. Students are expected to attend all classes for which they are registered. Students who are unable to attend class regularly, regardless of the reason or circumstance should formally withdraw from that class. The student should see their advisor to complete the withdrawal form and the Registrar s Office will process the withdrawal. Withdrawal from class can affect eligibility for federal financial aid. Withdrawal from class can prohibit progression in the Cosmetology Program. Any student who fails to withdraw or discontinues class attendance will receive a grade of F due to missed evaluations and assignments. b. The Cosmetology and Personal Care Department subscribes to the philosophy that academic success derived by students is directly proportional to their class attendance. There is a high correlation between the number of absences and the final grade. Attendance will be recorded from the first day of the student s official enrollment. A student is considered officially enrolled upon payment of tuition and fees. The instructor is not required to notify the student when the student is in danger of being excessively absent, nor is the instructor required to review any material missed as a result of the student being absent. Students in courses will be reported if they have missed 5 consecutive class meetings for unofficial withdrawal. 6

25 Hair Shaping and Design COS 144 c. The Cosmetology Program is a clock hour program. Students must complete required clock hours before applying for the Alabama Board of Cosmetology and Barbering Licensure Examination. d. Any student who does not attend class during the drop/add period will be considered a no-show. It is the student s responsibility to keep track of the exact number of absences in each class to ensure that any missed assignments are completed in a timely manner. XIII. STATEMENT ON DISCRIMINATION/HARASSMENT The College and the Alabama Board of Education are committed to providing both employment and educational environments free of harassment or discrimination related to an individual s race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, or disability. Such harassment is a violation of State Board of Education policy. Any practice or behavior that constitutes harassment is a violation of State Board of Education policy. Any practice or behavior that constitutes harassment or discrimination will not be tolerated. XIV. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) and the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 state that qualified students with disabilities who meet the essential functions and academic requirements are entitled to reasonable accommodations. It is the student s responsibility to provide appropriate disability documentation to the College. For students requesting special accommodations, please contact: Dr. Tangela Purifoy Dean of Students (251) Ext. 151 XV. COURSE CALENDAR WEEK 1 Course Orientation Safety and Sanitation 2 Chapter 16: Haircutting 3 Chapter 16: Haircutting continued 5 Chapter 16: Haircutting continued 6 Chapter 16: Haircutting continued 7 Chapter 19: Wigs and Hair Extensions 8 Chapter 19: Wigs and Hair Extensions continued 9 Hair Styling and Hair Cutting Techniques 10 Hair Styling and Hair Cutting Techniques 11 Hair Styling and Hair Cutting Techniques 12 Hair Styling and Hair Cutting Techniques 13 Hair Styling and Hair Cutting Techniques 14 Hair Styling and Hair Cutting Techniques 7

26 Hair Shaping and Design COS Library Assignment 16 Final Exams Note: Evaluations and assignments will be administered as assigned by instructor. COSMETOLOGY LIBRARY ASSIGNMENT Library/Internet Assignment: Research article on Hair Cutting Techniques or Applications or Hair Cutting History using the Alabama Virtual Library, campus library internet, magazines or textbook. Write a summary and present report to the class. The presentation should be 3 minutes. Resources: RSTC Campus Library Internet Cosmetology Textbook Magazine XVI. STUDENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM 8

27 Hair Shaping and Design COS 144 I have received the syllabus for COS-144 and I understand the contents therein. I also understand the grading scale of this program and must score at least 70 in the course to pass. I understand the department polices and dress code for this program as stated in the Cosmetology Student Handbook. Student s Signature Date 9

28 REID STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM SPRING SEMESTER 2018 I. COURSE PREFIX, NUMBER, TITLE COS 152: Nail Care Applications II. COURSE HOURS 3 Lab Credit Hours 9 Contact Hours III. CLASS MEETING DATES/TIMES/LOCATION Wed-Thur 9:40A-11:25P Thu 7:00A-7:45A Wed 1:50P-3:45P Thu 1:50P-3:35P Bld 600 Rm 605 IV. CLINICAL DATE/TIMES/LOCATION None V. INSTRUCTOR, CONTACT INFORMATION, CONTACT POLICY, OFFICE HOURS/LOCATION Instructor: Shirley Johnson Phone: (251) ext.139 Office Hours: Mon-Thur 3:00P-3:30P Fri 7:30A-11:00A Office Location: Building 600 Instructor will be available for individual help session as stated on posted office hours. Students are encouraged to make an appointment. Help sessions can be scheduled during and after classes.

29 Nail Care Applications COS 152 VI. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides the practice of all aspects of nail care. Topics include salon conduct, professional ethics, bacteriology, sanitation and safety, manicuring and pedicuring. Upon completion, the student should be able to perform nail care procedures. VII. PREREQUISITE(S)/CO-REQUISITE(S) Pre-requisites: None VIII. TEXTBOOK(S) AND OTHER LEARNING RESOURCES Copyright 2016 Edition Milady s Standard Cosmetology Textbook Milady s Standard Cosmetology Practical & Theory Workbooks 3 Ring Notebook Binder Pen, paper, highlighter Manikin Hands, Nail Kit & Supplies IX. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES Unless otherwise indicated, evaluation of student s attainment of objectives is based on knowledge gained from this course. Specifications may be in the form of, but not limited to, manufacturer s specifications, regulations, national and state codes, certification agencies, locally developed lab assignments, or any combination of specifications. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES Demonstrate salon conduct while working in the laboratory. Demonstrate knowledge of professional ethics. Demonstrate safety and sanitation practices. Perform manicures using proper procedures and precautions. Perform pedicures using proper procedures and precautions. INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS Cognitive Comprehend principles of nail care. Psychomotor Apply principles of nail care. Affective Value the importance of safety while performing nail care procedures. MODULE C NAIL CARE APPLICATIONS C1.0 Salon conduct Performance Objectives: C1.1 Implement housekeeping policies. NOTE: These are ongoing evaluations. 2

30 Nail Care Applications COS 152 C2.0 Demonstrate knowledge of professional ethics. C2.1 This competency is measured affectively. C3.0 Perform wet and dry sanitation procedures for safety and decontamination. C4.0 Perform manicuring and pedicuring. LAB COMPETENCIES: Disinfection techniques Sanitation techniques Housekeeping Professional Ethics Safety and precautions Manicuring and pedicuring X. OUTLINE OF MODULES XI. Disinfection techniques o Use hospital grade disinfectants Sanitation techniques Housekeeping Professional Ethics Professionalism in the salon Safety and precautions Manicuring and pedicuring Spa manicures and pedicures EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT 1. Written/Performance Evaluations 2. Assignments as indicated by instructor. 3. Library Assignment: (See attached on page 7.) Performance/Written Evaluations 50% Assignments/Work Ethics 30% Final Exam 20% Total Grade 100% GRADING SCALE: A = Excellent B = Good C = Average F = Failure 69 or Below Notice: The Alabama Board of Cosmetology requires a score of 70 for licensure. A grade of W will be assigned to any student who officially withdraws from the college or a particular course if he or she withdraws by the midpoint of the semester as published in the college calendar. 3

31 Nail Care Applications COS 152 A grade of I will be assigned, at the discretion of the instructor, when all required work for a course is not completed by the end of the semester in which the course is taken. A grade of I must be cleared by the end of the following semester or a grade of F will be assigned. Guidelines for Testing and Grading: IMPORTANT Exams and/or assignments missed due to a student s excused absence will be make-up. The student must notify the instructor in the event of an absence by . Proper documentation must be dated the day of absence. (Dr. excuse, court doc. etc) Make-up exams and/or assignments must be taken the day the student returns to that scheduled class. Proper documentation must be provided before or on the day the student returns. Make-up exams and /or assignments will be given at the end of the day beginning at 2:30 p.m. If the student is tardy during the time the practical exam is given, the student will receive a grade of 0. Time and date will be given for Final Exam. If the student is not prepared or on time, the Final Exam grade will result in 0. NO EXCEPTIONS!! If Final Exam is missed due to prior doctor s recommendation or hospitalization, a grade of I will be given. It is the student s responsibility to make sure missed exams and or assignments are completed in the manner stated above. REQUIRED LAB ASSIGNMENTS Each service task for lab courses must be completed as assigned by instructor. If task is not completed, the task will result in a grade of 0. All services for the week are divided by the number of tasks assigned. If the absence is excused, the student will have until the next week to complete services. Make-up lab services cannot interfere with another class unless permission is given by the instructor. Students can complete services during lunch, at the end of the day or when the student does not have a class. It is the student s responsibility to make sure all assignments are completed in a timely manner. NOTE: The student will be responsible for reading and completing assignments as indicated by the instructor as it relates to Nail Care Applications: Chapter 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29 IMPORTANT NOTE: Refer to Cosmetology Student Handbook for department policies. 4

32 Nail Care Applications COS 152 XII. ATTENDANCE a. Students are expected to attend all classes for which they are registered. Students who are unable to attend class regularly, regardless of the reason or circumstance should formally withdraw from that class. The student should see their advisor to complete the withdrawal form and the Registrar s Office will process the withdrawal. Withdrawal from class can affect eligibility for federal financial aid. Withdrawal from class can prohibit progression in the Cosmetology Program. Any student who fails to withdraw or discontinues class attendance will receive a grade of F due to missed evaluations and assignments. b. The Cosmetology and Personal Care Department subscribes to the philosophy that academic success derived by students is directly proportional to their class attendance. There is a high correlation between the number of absences and the final grade. Attendance will be recorded from the first day of the student s official enrollment. A student is considered officially enrolled upon payment of tuition and fees. The instructor is not required to notify the student when the student is in danger of being excessively absent, nor is the instructor required to review any material missed as a result of the student being absent. Students in courses will be reported if they have missed 5 consecutive class meetings for unofficial withdrawal. c. The Cosmetology Program is a clock hour program. Students must complete required clock before applying for the Alabama Board of Cosmetology and Barbering Licensure Examination. d. Any student who does not attend class during the drop/add period will be considered a no-show. It is the student s responsibility to keep track of the exact number of absences in each class to ensure that any missed assignments are completed in a timely manner. XIII. STATEMENT ON DISCRIMINATION/HARASSMENT The College and the Alabama Board of Education are committed to providing both employment and educational environments free of harassment or discrimination related to an individual s race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, or disability. Such harassment is a violation of State Board of Education policy. Any practice or behavior that constitutes harassment is a violation of State Board of Education policy. Any practice or behavior that constitutes harassment or discrimination will not be tolerated. XIV. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) and the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 state that qualified students with disabilities who meet the essential functions and academic requirements are entitled to reasonable accommodations. It is the student s responsibility to provide appropriate disability documentation to the College. 5

33 Nail Care Applications COS 152 For students requesting special accommodations, please contact: Dr. Tangela Purifoy Dean of Students (251) Ext. 151 XV. COURSE CALENDAR WEEK 1 Course Orientation 2 Safety and sanitation applications 3 Plain Manicure Application 4 Spa Manicure Application (Reconditioning Oil & Paraffin). 5 Techniques in Nail Care 6 Techniques in Nail Care 7 Techniques in Nail Care 8 Techniques in Nail Care 9 Massage Techniques 10 Manicure Applications 11 Techniques in Nail Care 12 Techniques in Nail Care 13 Techniques in Nail Care 14 Techniques in Nail Care 15 Techniques in Nail Care 16 Final Exam NOTE: Evaluations and assignments will be administered as assigned by instructor. 6

34 Nail Care Applications COS 152 COSMETOLOGY LIBRARY ASSIGNMENT Library/Internet Assignment: Research article on Nail Care Techniques using the Alabama Virtual Library, campus library internet, magazines or textbook. Write a summary and present report to the class. The presentation should be 3 minutes. Resources: RSTC Campus Library Internet Cosmetology Textbook Magazine 7

35 Nail Care Applications COS 152 XVI. STUDENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM I have received the syllabus for COS-152 and I understand the contents therein. I understand the grading scale of this program and must score at least 70 in the course to pass. I also understand the Cosmetology Program s hours, department policies and dress code as stated in the Cosmetology Student Handbook. Student s Signature Date 8

36 REID STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM SPRING SEMESTER 2018 I. COURSE PREFIX, NUMBER, TITLE COS 167: State Board Review II. COURSE HOURS 1 Theory Credit Hours 2 Lab Credit Hours 5 Course Contact Hours III. CLASS MEETING DATES/TIMES/LOCATION Wed-Thurs 7:50A-9:35A & 12:00P-1:45P Building 600 Room 605 IV. CLINICAL DATE/TIMES/LOCATION None V. INSTRUCTOR, CONTACT INFORMATION, CONTACT POLICY, OFFICE HOURS/LOCATION Instructor: Shirley Johnson Phone: (251) ext.139 Office Hours: Mon-Thur 3:30P-4:00P Fri 7:30A-11:00P Office Location: Building 600 Instructor will be available for individual help session as stated on posted office hours. Students are encouraged to make an appointment. Help sessions can be scheduled during and after classes.

37 State Board Review COS 167 VI. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Students are provided a complete review of all procedures and practical skills pertaining to their training in the program. Upon completion, the student should be able to demonstrate the practical skills necessary to complete successfully the required State Board of Cosmetology examination and entry-level employment. VII. PREREQUISITE(S)/CO-REQUISITE(S) Co-requisites: None VIII. TEXTBOOK(S) AND OTHER LEARNING RESOURCES Copyright 2016 Edition Milady s Standard Cosmetology Textbook Milady s Standard Cosmetology Practical & Theory Workbooks Milady s Standard Cosmetology Student CD 3 Ring Notebook Binder Pen, paper, highlighter Manikin, Tools and Supplies IX. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES/OBJECTIVES Unless otherwise indicated, evaluation of student s attainment of objectives is based on knowledge gained from this course. Specifications may be in the form of, but not limited to, manufacturer s specifications, regulations, national and state codes, certification agencies, locally developed lab assignments, or any combination of specifications. Explain all concepts and procedures pertaining to training in the cosmetology program. Demonstrate/perform the practical skills necessary to complete successfully the required State Board of Cosmetology examination and entry-level employment. Modules A and B are measured cognitively as part of COS 111, COS 112, COS 113, COS 114, COS 115, COS 116, COS 117, COS 118, COS 119, AND COS

38 State Board Review COS 167 X. OUTLINE OF MODULES MODULE C OUTLINE: LAB ACTIVITIES: Sanitation and disinfection Thermal Curling Safety and Infection Control Haircutting Safety and Infection Control Chemical Waving Safety and Infection Control Hair Lightening and Hair Coloring Safety and Infection Control Chemical Relaxing Safety and Infection Control Basic Facial Safety and Infection Control Manicure Safety and Infection Control XI. EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT Written Evaluations 40% Performance Evaluations 40% Assignments/Work Ethics 20% Total Grade 100% GRADING SCALE: A = Excellent B = Good C = Average F = Failure 69 or Below Notice: The Alabama Board of Cosmetology requires a score of 70 for licensure. A grade of W will be assigned to any student who officially withdraws from the college or a particular course if he or she withdraws by the midpoint of the semester as published in the college calendar. A grade of I will be assigned, at the discretion of the instructor, when all required work for a course is not completed by the end of the semester in which the course is taken. A grade of I must be cleared by the end of the following semester or a grade of F will be assigned. 3

39 State Board Review COS 167 Guidelines for Testing and Grading: IMPORTANT This course is designed to prepare students for the Alabama Board of Cosmetology and Barbering Written and Practical Examination. Due to the extent of this course, it is necessary that students attend ALL class meetings. Please schedule all appointments around this scheduled class. Excused absences will result in 10 point deduction practical examinations. This course is treated in accordance with the Alabama Board of Cosmetology and Barbering practices. No student shall be permitted to take the examination if tardy. The grade will result in 0. Only written exams may be made up if the student s absence is excused. Written make-up exams and /or assignments will be given at the end of the day beginning at 2:00 p.m. No make-up test will be given during regular class time. Make-up exams and/or assignments must be made up the day the student returns to that scheduled class. Proper documentation must be provided on or before the day the student returns to the schedule class. The student will be given 90 minutes to take written exams. The student must be prepared for all sections of the practical exam. Unprepared will result in a grade of 0. Doctor s or court documents only will be accepted in event of an absence. Time and date will be given for Final Exam. If the student is not prepared or on time, the Final Exam grade will result in 0. NO EXCEPTIONS!! If Final Exam is missed due to prior doctor s recommendation or hospitalization, a grade of I will be given. It is the student s responsibility to make sure missed exams and or assignments are completed in the manner stated above. Missed Final Exams cannot be made up unless the absence is a doctor s excuse. 4

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