1 GOVERNMENT OF THE PUNJAB TECHNICAL EDUCATION & VOCATIONAL TRAINING AUTHORITY CURRICULUM FOR BEAUTICIAN (6 Month Course) CURRICULUM SECTION ACADEMICS DEPARTMENT 96-H, GULBERG-II, LAHORE Ph # ,
2 TRAINING OBJECTIVES A Six Month Beautician training course aimed to introduce this popular and high profitable course. Emphasis is put on the ability of the trainee to perform as a confident and competent Beautician. This course is spread over Six days a week to ensure practice in the gap time to ensure complete proficiency in the field. An ideal starter course for students starting out in Beauty Therapy. A fast tract course combines the basic skills and knowledge that any beauty therapist needs. The training objectives of this course are as follows:. Develop professional attitude and Knowledge of hair & skin care, Manicure, Pedicure, Beauty Treatments comprises of Casual makeup, Party makeup & Bridal makeup, making of Eye brows, eye lashes, Facial & skin treatments, Hina applications, Massage & Hair styling techniques and methods.. The necessary theoretical knowledge is also imparted along with work ethics in order to produce capable & skilful workforce as per prevailing market demand and self employed members of the society. 3. This curriculum will equip the trainees with skills and knowledge to ensure proper safety measures in parlours and emphasize on fitness & diet for healthy look.
3 CURRICULUM SALIENTS. I Entry Level.. I I. 3. I Training periods / Day I I. Training Hours / Week Matric Duration of course 6 months (0 weeks) (800) 7-Periods / day 5-periods on Friday 40 hrs. 4. I Training methodology V. 5. VMedium of Instruction. 90% practical 0% theory Urdu
4 3 SKILL PROFICIENCY DETAILS: On successful completion of this course, the trainee should be able to: -. Practice beauty techniques.. Make and cut of different hairstyles. 3. Have knowledge of different types of skin and their facials. 4. Apply makeup on different types of skins i.e. oily, dry, Acne, etc. 5. Apply makeup and hairstyle or cut on different faces. 6. Acquire skill on salon work i.e. safety precautions, skin and hair conditions. 7. Select, Operate and handle equipment according to professional standard
5 4 KNOWLEDGE PROFICIENCY DETAILS: On successful completion of this course, the trainee should be able to: -. Explain beauty techniques, proper appearance, speech, social behaviour etc.. Understand the Makeup, facial, manicure, pedicure, body massage, hair colouring, styling and application of Hina. 3. Describe the general principles of balanced diet and nutrition. 4. Identify safety precautions including safety practices, conditions upon which medical advice must be sought. 5. Explain professional ethics, good professional standards, hygiene and sanitization procedure.
6 5 CURRICULUM DELIVERY STRUCTURE Week Course Delivery Co Curricula Activities / Vacations Test Total 6
7 6 Sr. No. SCHEME OF STUDIES Beautician (6 Months Course) Subjects Theory Hours Practical Hours Total Hours. Hair Care Skin Care Make-up Fitness Functional English Work Ethics Total
8 7 Theory Sr. No.. Study of Hair.. Definition of hair DETAIL OF COURSE CONTENTS (Beautician 6-Month Course) Subject: Hair Care Main Topics.. Study of different textures of hair (dry, oily, normal, dandruff) Theory (Hours). Cosmetics of hair.. Procedure for the use and preparation of shampoos, dyes, oils, creams, and conditioners. 3.. Developers and lotions used for the setting, cutting, perming, straightening of different textures of hair..3 Procedure for washing, shampooing and combing the hair..4 Hair dyes.4. Introduction of hair colour problems and remedies..4. Difference between natural and fashion shades..5 List of equipment used for hair cutting and styling.6 Histology of hair.6. Nutrients required for the nourishment of hair.7 Diseases of hair and their remedies through different procedures by using herbal and cosmetic shampoos, oils, conditioners etc.7. Falling of hair.7. Dandruff of hair
9 8.7.3 Whitening of hair Total 5 PRACTICAL Sr. No.. Cosmetics of hair Main Topics.. Use and preparation of shampoos, dyes, oils, creams, conditioners Practical (Hours) 0.. Developers and lotions used for the setting, cutting, perming, straightening of different textures of hair..3 Washing..4 Shampooing..5 Combing different textures of hair. Hair dyes.. Introduction of hair colouring problems and their remedies, colour removing etc.. Difference between natural and fashion shades.3 Hina.3. Preparation and application of hina.3. Use of oils and creams.4 Hair cutting of different texture and face shapes.4. Equipment for hair cutting Steps.4.3 U shape.4.4 Round shape.4.5 Bob cutting
10 9.4.6 Soldier cutting.4.7 Forward cutting.4.8 Sheggy cutting.5 Hair styling.5. Roller setting..5. Blow-drying..5.3 Perming..5.4 Straightening..6 Histology of hair.6. Application of different vitamin capsules on hair.7 Disease and defects of hair and their remedies through different procedures by use of herbal and cosmetic shampoos.7. Falling of hair.7. Dandruff of hair.7.3 Whitening of hair Total 70 SUBJECT: SKIN CARE THEORY Sr. No. Main Topics. Study of different kinds of skin (dry, oily, acne, problem skin) through.. Herbal.. Cosmetic method. Importance of vitamins for the nourishment of the skin.. Deficiencies of vitamins Theory (Hours)
11 0.. Food sources of vitamins (which food source is important for nourishment of skin).3 List of equipment required for facial.4 Procedure for bleaching, types of bleach used for different types of skins.5 Preparation and use of different types of oils and creams used for facial.6 Procedure and preparation of different types of masks.7 Procedure of making and application of wax.8 Procedure of applying steam.8. Advantages of steam for different kinds of skin.8. Effects and remedies.9 Procedure for removal of black and white heads.9. Effects and remedies.0 Cosmetics for skin.0. Study of different types of creams, oils, scrubs and masks used for different types of skin. Diseases and remedies of skin. Advantages & disadvantages of facial massage.3 Manicure and pedicure.3. Importance.3. Requirement and procedure for manicure and pedicure.3.3 List of equipment used in manicure and pedicure. Total 5 PRACTICAL Sr. No. Main Topics Practical (Hours). Facial of different kinds of skin (dry, oily, acne, 4
12 problem skin) through.. Herbal.. Cosmetic method. Equipment required for facial.3 Preparing mask.4 Preparation of essential oils.5 Bleaching.6 Threading.7 Waxing.8 Steam.9 Removal of black and white heads.0 eye brows, eye lashes. Cosmetics of skins.. Different types of cream, oils, scrubs and masks used for different types of skin. (labels and brands). Diseases and remedies of skin.3 Massage of different facial muscles through different methods.4 Manicure and pedicure procedure.5 Equipment for manicure and pedicure Total 70 SUBJECT : MAKE UP Theory Sr. No. Main Topics. Study of different kinds of skin.. Oily.. Dry..3 Normal..4 Acne Theory (Hours) 4
13 . Types of make up used for different occasions.. Dry make up.. Oily make up.3 Foundation and techniques of makeup.3. Contouring the makeup.4 Procedure of cleansing the skin before makeup.4. Various cleansing creams and lotions.5 Cosmetics of makeup.5. Study of different types and brands of make up used for different kinds of skin (available in market).6 List of equipment and tools required for make up.7 Chemistry for cosmetology.7. Basic chemistry elements and symbols.7. Physical and chemical changes..7.3 Cosmetic for skin.7.4 Sterilization 4 Total 5 Practical Sr. No. Main Topics. Make up of different kinds of skin. Use of different types of make up (on different occasions).. Dry make up.. Oily make up.3 Foundation & techniques of make up.3. Contouring the make up.4 Cleansing of skin before make up by using Practical (Hours)
14 3 different creams and lotions.5 Application of different types and labels of cosmetics available in market..6 Equipment and tools required for make up.7 Evening and bridal make up.8 Professional make up.9 Learning the procedures of electricity for cosmetology..9. Basic electricity.9. Direct and alternative current.9.3 Safety devices and treatment for shock.0 Know how of sterilization and different types of cosmetics available in market (biochemistry) Total 70 SUBJECT : FITNESS Theory Sr. No. Main Topics. Definition of fitness importance of fitness in our daily life. Study of basic exercise Theory (Hours).. Movement classification, techniques, effects... Procedure for correct standing and sitting positions...3 Procedure of figure faults by exercise, effects and contraindication...4 Procedure of different types of exercises.3 Body massage.3. Definition of massage..3. Importance of body massage..4 Body massage
15 4.4. Definition of massage..4. Importance of body massage..5 Types of massage.5. Friction massage.5. Vibratory massage.5.3 Stroking massage, etc.6 Procedure of relaxation therapy.6. How to relax the body muscles.7 Diet and nutrition.7. Importance of diet in our daily life..7. Balance diet..8 Importance of cholesterol in our daily life..8. Definition of cholesterol.8. Effects and remedies of cholesterol.9 Caloric chart.9. Consumption of calories according to need, age, status and sex..0 Importance of food groups in our diet..0. Types of food groups.0. Role of carbohydrates, proteins, minerals, fats & vitamins in our daily life..0.3 Deficiencies.0.4 Food sources of these groups. Overweight and under nutrition persons.. Disease caused by overweight... Disease of under nutrition person. Total 5
16 5 PRACTICAL Sr. No. Main Topics. Basic exercises.. Movement, classification, techniques & effects... Correct standing and sitting position..3 Correction of figure faults by exercise, effects and contra-indication.. Body massage.. Movement & their effects.3 Types of massage.3. Friction massage.3. Vibratory massage.3.3 Stroking massage.3.4 Relaxation therapy.3.5 Different types of exercises.3.6 Toning, relaxation and figure correction.3.7 Powders, creams and oils and their uses..3.8 Knowledge of caloric chart according to need, age, status and sex..3.9 Maintenance and reduction of weight by using balanced diet and different types of exercise Practical (Hours) Total 70
17 6 LIST OF PRACTICALS Sr. No.. Different types of hair cutting. Experiments. Making different types of hairstyles i.e. roller setting, blow drying, perming and straightening. 3. Doing different types of facials. Simple facial. Dry skin facial. Oil skin facial. Acne facial. Problem skin facial. 4. Doing makeup on different faces for different occasions. Party makeup. Bridal makeup. 5. Manicure. 6. Pedicure. 7. Preparation and application of hina. 8. Body massage. Different types of oils and creams. Techniques of massage. 9. Threading. 0. Waxing.. Bleaching.. Hair colouring. 3. Application of different types of masks.
18 7 4. Doing different types of exercises. 5. Preparation of different caloric charts 6. Application of massage.
19 8 LIST OF TOOLS / EQUIPMENT / MACHINERY (Beautician 6-Month Course) Name of Trade Duration of Course Beautician 06 Month Sr. No. Equipments / Machinery Tools Quantity. Revolving chairs designed for parlour use. 5. Wooden counters for parlour Large mirror mounted on wall. 4. Stands for rollers and pins. 5. Wash basin fitted in counter with tap. 6. Tube lights Water spraying gun. 8. Set of hair combs and brushes. set 9. Set of scissors. sets 0. Towels and aprons. 3 sets. Curtains. 4. Other accessories (perming and straightening pins & lotions, some quantity of makeup, different facial cleansers with toning lotion and masks). bottle each 3. Steamer. 4. Massager. 5. Hair dryers. 6. Electric rollers. Set
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23 EMPLOYABILITY OF PASS OUT. Pass outs may join any beauty parlor.. They can establish their own beauty parlor. 3. They can groom themselves at their home. 4. They can join organizations like, Airlines, Show Business etc, where numerous females work and are essentially required to put on makeup and hair styling. 5. They can establish their own institutions to conduct beauty parlor courses, currently an institution namely Depilex is successfully working on the same lines.
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