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Curriculum and Textbook

Curriculum and Textbook: Milady Textbook, 5th Edition
ISBN: 1435497155

SUBJECT

LEARNING OBJECTIVE

HISTORY OF BARBERING

1-Define the origin of the word Barber.  2-Demonstrate an understanding of the evolution of barbering from ancient times to the present.  3- Explain the origin of the Barber Pole.  4-Be able to describe and discuss barber-surgeons.

PROFESSIONAL IMAGE

1-List guidelines to maintain a healthy body and mind.  2-Demonstrate an understanding of communication and human relations skills.  3-List the qualities of professional ethics.

BACTERIOLOGY

1-List the types and classifications of bacteria.  2-Describe the growth and reproduction of bacteria.  3-Describe the relationship of bacteria to the spread of disease.

DECONTAMINATION, INF

1-Explain and understand the importance of decontamination.  2-Demonstrate how to use disinfectants.  3-Discuss the rules of sanitation.  4-Define safe work practices.  5-Identify safety hazards.  6-Demonstrate an understanding of basic first aid.

IMPLEMENTS, TOOLS

1-Identify the principal barber-styling tools and implements.  2-Identify the parts of the shears, clippers, and razors.  3-Demonstrate the correct techniques for holding combs, shears, clippers, and razors.

DISORDERS, SKIN, HAIR

1-Describe the structure, divisions, and functions of the skin.  2-Describe the structure and layers of the hair.  3-Identify the chemical and physical bonds in hair.  4-Identify contagious skin and scalp disorders.

TREATMENT, HAIR SCALP

1-Demonstrate proper draping procedures for hair services.  2-Discuss shampoo molecules.  3-Discuss the ph factor.  4-Identify the different types of shampoos, rinses, and conditioners.  5-Demonstrate the shampoo service.  Demonstrate scalp massage and treatments.

FACIAL MASS, TREATMENT

1-Describe the purpose of facial massage.  2-Discuss the location and stimulation of nerves and muscles.  3-Demonstrate the use of facial treatment equipment.  4-Describe the various types of facial treatments.

SHAVING

1-Discuss the fundamentals of shavings.  2-Demonstrate the ability to handle the razor.  3-Demonstrate a facial shave.  4-Discuss safety and sanitation procedures.

HAIRCUTTING

1-Discuss the art of haircutting.  2-List and define the fundamental terms used in haircutting.  3-Demonstrate an understanding of the following:  finger and shear cut, shear-over-comb cut, clipper cut, and razor cut.

HAIRSTYLING

1-Define hairstyling.  2-Demonstrate styling the hair with the blow-dryer, comb, and brush.  3-Demonstrate curling iron techniques.

MUSTACHE, BEARD

1-Identify mustache and beard designs.  2-Demonstrate a beard trim with shears, clippers, comb, and trimmers.

PERMANENT WAVING

1-Identify the principal actions involved in permanent waving.  2-Discuss the chemical actions on the hair during permanent waving.  3-Describe the different types of permanent waving solutions.  4-Demonstrate proper rodding and perming procedures.  5-Discuss safety precautions of permanent waving.

CHEM. HAIR RELAXING

1-Define the purpose of chemical hair relaxing.  2-Identify the basic products used in the chemical hair relaxing process.  3-Explain the difference between sodium hydroxide relaxer and  other relaxers.  4-Demonstrate the basic steps of chemical hair relaxing.

HAIRCOLORING

1-Discuss the principles of color theory and relate their importance to hair coloring.  2-Identify the three classifications of hair color and explain their action on the hair.  3-Demonstrate the correct preparation for coloring hair.  4-List safety precautions to follow during hair coloring procedures.

MENS HAIRPIECES

1-Discuss reasons why men purchase hairpieces.  2-Identify the types of hair used in the manufacture of hair-pieces.  3-Demonstrate how to measure a client for a hairpiece.  4-Demonstrate fitting and cutting of hairpieces.  5-Demonstrate correct cleaning of hairpieces.  6-discuss the selling of hairpieces.

NAIL DISORDERS, MAN

1-Identify the composition and structure of nails.  2-Identify manicuring implements, equipment, and products.  3-Recognize the four general shapes of nails.  4-Perform a hand and arm massage properly.

ELECTRICITY & LIGHT

1-Define common electrical terms.  2-Name 2 types of electricity.  3-Discuss safety devices.  4-Define light therapy.  5-Discuss the effects of visible light rays.  6-Discuss the proper use of ultraviolet and infrared ray.

CHEMISTRY

1-Define organic and inorganic chemistry.  2-Define matter and its states.  3-Describe the properties of elements, compounds, and mixtures.  4-Describe the chemistry of water.  50-Discuss chemistry as applied to cosmetics.

THE JOB SEARCH

1-Explain the guidelines of goal setting.  2-Define the portfolio.  3-List seven resources for the job search.  4-List nine points the stylist must consider before accepting a position.

SELLING IN BARBER SHOP

1-Discuss the importance of sales ability in the barber-styling shop.  2-Define the psychology of selling.  3-List some additional services a client might purchase.  4-List the basic groups of grooming supplies a barber shop should have available for retail sales.

SHOP MANAGEMENT         

1-List the management functions of a barber shop owner or manager.  2-Discuss the aspects of a business plan.  3-Identify and define types of business ownership.  4-Define different types of advertising.  5-List the types of records to be kept in a barber shop.  6-Demonstrate good telephone techniques.  7-Discuss business law for the barber-styling shop.

STATE BOARD PREP

1-Discuss the ways in which a student barber may prepare for state board exams.  2-Identify the primary objectives of the barber-styling licensing laws.  3-Explain the purpose of the state board inspectors.  4-Discuss the state board rules and regulations of your state.

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