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Course
Bilingual Continuing Education Cosmetology I Introduction
Name
COS-3201I7
Overall Quality of This Course
★★★★★
Based on 9 student surveys.
Available Classes
    Section Location Begin Date End Date Instructor Price Seats Available/Total Seats
184537 Beltline Education Center 11/29/2017 03/13/2018 M. Leija Santos $206.00 0/18
Description Course Outline Requirements Intended Audience More Details
Intended Audience
The course is intended for candidates, bilingual in Spanish, that are interested in the field of Cosmetology and seek to obtain a Cosmetology license.
Description
Este curso introduce conceptos básicos de la cosmetología, incluyendo la imagen profesional, sanidad (o higiene), bacteriología, anatomía, champú, relajación, ética y la manicura. Otros temas relacionados serán introducidos como son las prácticas fundamentales de los servicios de cosmetología, tales como tintes y decoloración del cabello, entubado y pedicuras.

This course will be taught in Spanish. Este curso se enseña en español.
Course Objectives
  1. learn to safely and competently apply concepts of all phases of Cosmetology in a salon settings.
  2. learn to accurately select and use appropriate commercial products on customers' and skin.
  3. learn to demonstrate proper professional hygiene, grooming, and attitude.
  4. learn to perform and thrive in a multicultural diverse environment.
  5. learn to demonstrate mastery of manipulative skills.
  6. learn how to successfully take the NC State Board of Cosmetic Art Board theory and practical exams.
  7. learn how to achieve gainful employment in the Cosmetology industry.
Outline of Instruction
  1. Lesson 1: Theory Concepts
    Orientation
    History and Career Opportunities
    Life Skills

    Lesson1: Practical Application
    Intro to Cosmetology
    Shampooing
    Conditioning
    Manikin Care
    Scalp Treatments
    Student practice
  2. Lesson 2: Theory Concepts
    Your professional Image
    Communicating for Success

    Lesson 2: Practical Application
    How to hold implements
    Sectioning for zero degree and blunt haircut
    Student practice
  3. Lesson 3: Theory Concepts
    Properties of the Hair and Scalp

    Lesson 3: Practical Application
    Sectioning for spiral and piggyback perm wrap
    Perm rollers and placement
    Student practice
  4. Lesson 4: Theory Concepts
    Properties of the Hair and Scalp continued

    Lesson 4: Practical Application
    Braiding Concepts
    Twisting Concepts Student practice
  5. Lesson 5: Theory Concepts
    Principles of Hair Design
    Shampooing/Rinsing and Conditioning

    Lesson 5: Practical Applications
    Razor cutting
    Sectioning for a basic haircut
    Basic haircut
    Client consultation
    Student practice
  6. Lesson 6: Theory Concepts
    Hair cutting

    Lesson 6: Practical Application
    Zero degree haircut
    Basic haircut
    Client consultation
    Student practice
  7. Lesson 7: Theory Concepts
    Haircutting continued

    Lesson 7: Practical Application
    Up do styling
    French twist
    Timed student practice
  8. Lesson 8: Theory Concepts
    Hairstyling

    Lesson 8: Practical Application
    Wet/dry wraps
    Basic roller set and bases
    Sectioning /basic perm wrap
    Discuss roller size, partings, end papers test curls, and rod placement
  9. Lesson 9: Theory Concepts
    Hairstyling continued

    Lesson 9: Practical Application
    Blow dry styling
    Round brush styling
    Thermal styling
    Pressing and curling
    Student practice
  10. Lesson 10: Theory Concepts
    Hair Removal

    Lesson 10: Practical Application
    Finger waving
    Pin curls
    Ridge curl
    Eyebrow tweezing and waxing
    Student practice
  11. Lesson 11: Theory Concepts
    Facials
    Facial Makeup

    Lesson 11: Practical Application
    Makeup consultation
    Basic facial
    Eyebrow tweezing and waxing
    Makeup applications
    Student practice
  12. Lesson 12: Theory Concepts
    Manicuring

    Lesson 12: Practical Application
    Basic manicuring
    Intro /Relaxer applications
    Student practice
  13. Lesson 13: Theory Concepts
    Pedicuring

    Lesson 13: Practical Application
    Pedicuring
    Manicuring
    Intro/Hair color application
    Mixing
    Allergy test
    Frosting
    Foiling
    Student practice
  14. Lesson 14: Theory Concepts
    Pedicures continued

    Lesson 14: Practical Application
    Color concepts
    Pedicuring
    Manicuring
    Student practice
  15. Lesson 15: Theory Concepts
    Review
    Written exam

    Lesson 15: Practical Application
    Review
    Timed practice
    Mock State Board exam
  16. Lesson 16: Theory Concepts
    Final project due
    Begin project sheet # 1
    Receive assigned station duties

    Lesson 16: Practical Application
    Students transition to Advanced department
    Students practice on live models
Contact Hours
396
CEU's
No
Industry Standard, State, or National Certification
Yes
Certification
North Carolina Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners
Website URL
www.nccosmeticarts.com
Certification Learning Outcomes/Requirements
  1. At the end of the training, students will receive a certificate of completion and will be able to register to take the Cosmetology exam.
CE to CU Articulation
No
Prerequisites
Students must attend a Cosmetology information and orientation sessions.
Students must present either a copy of their High School Diploma, High School Equivalency (GED) or must have passed the Career Readiness Certificate tests with at least Bronze level.
Text and Supplies Needed
Spanish Milady Standard Cosmetology Textbook
Spanish Milady Cosmetology Theory Workbook
Spanish Milady Cosmetology Exam Review book
Cosmetology Kit
Clinical Site/Special Facilities
Cosmetology Lab
Requirements for Successful Completion of this Course
  1. Attendance 95% or above
  2. Participation
  3. Satisfactory completion of assignments and providing salon services with an average grade of 80.
Accreditation/Special Approval Requirements
North Carolina Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners
Intended Audience
The course is intended for candidates, bilingual in Spanish, that are interested in the field of Cosmetology and seek to obtain a Cosmetology license.
Specific Industry or Business Support Needs
Industry or Job Titles Related to training Outcomes for Employment
  • Cosmetologists
Related Courses
  • Continuing Education Cosmetology IV - Advanced - COS-3201H7
  • Continuing Education Cosmetology III - Advanced - COS-3201G7
  • Bilingual Continuing Education Cosmetology II Intermediate - COS-3201K7
  • Bilingual Continuing Education Cosmetology III - Advanced - COS-3201J7
  • Barbering I - Introduction - BAR-3100A7
Course Contact Information
WCE School of Cosmetology
919-334-1590