Description of Course
Instructor training is defined as the study and practice in the skill of basic teaching, educational judgement, proper work habits, and desirable attitudes necessary to pass the state board examination, as well as for competency in entry level employment as an Instructor or related position.
Our primary objective is to prepare students for the state licensing examination to become a gainfully employed licensed Instructor.
Required preparatory training: 50 Hours
- Teaching of theory and practical operation, selecting subject matter for class lecture, preparing class lectures, conducting a review of all subjects taught, preparing and grading examinations, demonstrating practical operations and teaching practical operations
Class Attendance: 100 Hours
- Classes will be conducted by a licensed Instructor to prepare teacher trainee to properly lecture and demonstrate on all subjects of Cosmetology
Conducting Theory Class: 50 Hours
- Conducting Theory classes under the supervision of a licensed Instructor
Conducting Practical Classes: 300 Hours
- Conducting practical classes in Cosmetology, Aesthetics, or Manicuring
Method of Keeping Student Records: 10 Hours
Individual Training / Practice of Cosmetology: 89 Hours
- Training on subjects in which the individual Instructor may be deficient or in the practice of Cosmetology.
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: 1 Hour
A licensed Instructor will supervise all classes conducted by a Student Instructor.
Grading Procedures for Cosmetology
Written and practical evaluations are made throughout the course. All students’ academic progress will be measured according to the following scale:
|Excellent||94 – 100|
|Average||80 – 93|
|Fair||70 – 79|
|Failing||69 and lower|
Grades of less than 70% are not acceptable and must be brought up to an acceptable level (70% or higher). Retesting is available on Fridays. Progress reviews are performed monthly.
The clock-hour education program is provided through a sequential set of learning steps that address specific tasks necessary for State Board preparation, graduation, and entry-level job skills. Clinic equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the industry. The program is presented through comprehensive lesson plans that reflect educational methods. Subject matter is presented by means of lecture, demonstration and interactive student participation. Audiovisual aids, activities, and other related learning methods are used for program delivery.