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2021 - 2022Master Plan of InstructionCosmetologyFacial SpecialtyNail SpecialtyCharity Correa, Bonnie Holcomb, &Tonia Whalen, InstructorsThe mission of Lake Technical College is to be an integral component of the economic growth and development inour communities by offering a variety of high quality career-education and training opportunities.Lake Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, geneticinformation, age, pregnancy, disability, or marital status in its educational programs, services or activities, or in itshiring or employment practices. The district also provides access to its facilities to the Boy Scouts and otherpatriotic youth groups, as required by the Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act, or any other youth group listedin Title 36 of the United States Code as a patriotic society.2001 Kurt Street, Eustis, FL 32726 - (352) 589-2250www.laketech.org

LAKE TECHNICAL COLLEGECosmetology, Facials Specialty, Nails SpecialtyINTRODUCTIONTrained and licensed professional cosmetologists in all phases of cosmetology are in demand in each community andarea of our country. The Cosmetology programs provide the student with the opportunity to learn the skills and techniquesof cosmetology along with laboratory practices, information, related technology, and correct terminology necessary tobecome gainfully employed in the fields of hair, facials, and nails.Instruction is geared to:1.2.3.4.5.6.7.Teach the competency standards for cosmetology, facials, and nails, as applicable.Teach the student to develop good habits of safety, cleanliness, orderliness, accuracy, and precision in all work.Teach the care, use, and maintenance of all tools and equipment.Teach the importance of communication skills.Develop within students an appreciation for natural beauty and creativeness.Emphasize pride in work.Prepare the student for the State Board of Cosmetology examination in cosmetology to obtain proper licensure.The purpose of these programs is to prepare a person for employment opportunities as hairdressers, cosmetologists,registered nail or facial specialists, or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed inthese occupations. Instruction is designed to qualify students for employment upon successfully passing the Floridacosmetology license examination or obtaining a registration from the State Board of Cosmetology.The following is an overview of the Cosmetology Program as taught at LTC.Cosmetology learning is divided into practical (work on mannequins, other students, patrons) and theory (academics).Initially, the students begin Grooming and Salon Services core.Once CORE is completed, the students begin learning the required practical skills on school mannequins, their ownmannequins, and by exchanging services with each other. They learn from "demos" performed by a faculty, from reading,and from videos. At the beginning of learning any new "hands-on" skill, the student requires the faculty to be close at handfor guidance and correction as to techniques, procedure, and safety.The following list shows practical skills taught in the Cosmetology 18.19.20.21.How to drape a patron for a shampooHow to give proper shampoo manipulationsHow to apply a color rinse to hair (safety)How to use a curling iron (safety)How to give an eyebrow arch (safety)How to adjust hot and cold water on the shampoohose (safety)How to use and adjust the hydraulic chairHow to give a manicure (safety)How to make up chemical sanitizing solutions in thedispensary (safety)How to work as dispensary clerk (safety)How to make up styling lotions (the proper ratio)How to make a forward pincurlHow to make a reverse pincurlHow to place rollers for a smooth top styleHow to place rollers for a side bang styleHow to place rollers for a flip styleHow to place rollers for a center part styleHow to combine rollers and pincurls for a hairstyleHow to section hair for a basic haircutHow to section hair for a long haircutHow to hold scissors and comb at the same time2021-2022 Master Plan of Instruction1 of 38.39.40.41.42.43.44.How to hold a razor and comb at the same timeHow to give a razor cutHow to give a fitted hair cutHow to tease hairHow to smooth teased hair into a styleHow to back-brush hairHow to fill out an inventory sheet in the dispensaryHow to give a permanent waveHow to apply tintHow to apply lash and brow tint (safety)How to apply scalp treatment (safety)How to give an electrode treatment (safety)How to equip a stationHow to properly sanitize combs and brushesHow to give a facial (safety)How to apply daytime makeupHow to give a hair conditioning treatmentHow to apply hair extensionsHow to use electric clippers (safety)How to use battery operated clippers (safety)How to apply tint for a retouch (safety)How to apply tint on virgin hair (safetyHow to apply virgin bleach (safety)Cosmetology, Facials Specialty, Nails Specialty

45.46.47.48.49.50.51.52.53. How to advise a patron of an attractive hairstyle54. How to cut a man/woman or child’s hair55. How to trim a man's eyebrows, mustache, and beard(safety)56. How to answer the telephone for cosmetologyappointments57. How to properly record patron appointmentsHow to apply bleach retouch (safety)How to give a patch testHow to give a strand testHow to give a porosity testHow to examine the scalp for diseaseHow to give a hand and an arm massageHow to care for human hair mannequins or wigsHow to prepare a rinse for removing excess hairspray from hairNOTE: Virtually each of the above-mentioned skills require continued practice and repetition throughout the year in orderto arrive at the proper degree of artistry, speed, accuracy, and judgment necessary to become a professionalcosmetologist.In conjunction with the practical skills listed above, students are tested on their knowledge of the following theory: 15 integrated parts of theCosmetology ProgramAcrylic nailsAids 101BacteriologyBasic principles of cosmeticchemistryCap highlightingCellsChemical and physicalproperties of hairChemical hair relaxingChemistry of hair lighteningClassification of hair colorsComposition of the skinCorrective facialsEffects of hair serviceoperationsFace framingFacial makeupFacialsFinger wavingFlorida lawFoil highlighting French braidingGel nailsHair and disorders of scalp andhairHair color correctionsHair color removalHair extensionsHair lighteningHair relaxingHair removalHair stylingHair color – oxidative & nonoxidativeHygiene and good groomingKeratin treatmentsLowlightingMachine facial componentsManicuring/artificial nailextensionsNail and disorders of the nailNature of color and lightNature of hair proteinNeutral and acid permanentwave lotions PedicuringPermanent wavingPersonality developmentProfessional ethicsRecord keepingSafety practices in electricitySalon managementSanitation – disinfectionScalp and hair careScalp massageScience of living thingsShampooing and rinsingSkin and disorders of the skinSpecialty perm wrapsThermal hair straighteningThermal waving"Thio" wavesTiming the alkaline waveprocessVariations of hair and skinVisual poiseWax archingThroughout the year, the faculty arrange for a wide variety of technicians and speakers to come to the class for lecturesand demonstrations. Included have been representatives of several hair color and perm companies, the president of theOrlando Affiliate of the Florida Cosmetology Association, former graduates of the Cosmetology Program at Lake TechCollege, and a member of the State Board of Cosmetology along with various employers from the community.See the attached Florida State Department of Education frameworks for more information on program objectives and desiredcompetencies.ADMISSION REQUIREMENTSApplicants must be at least 16 years of age and should be academically, physically, and emotionally capable ofmeeting the demands of the chosen program. Applicants make initial application through the Admissions Office. Aminimum skills evaluation is part of the admission process.The Florida Legislature requires that prospective students be evaluated to determine levels of reading, math, andlanguage skills. This evaluation helps staff and students in determining the career fields in which each student can besuccessful. The Cosmetology Program has the following minimum admission requirements:2021-2022 Master Plan of Instruction2 of 22Cosmetology, Facials Specialty, Nails Specialty

1.2.3.4.Complete an LTC online application.Take the basic skills examination, if required.Meet with career advisor.Confer with the program faculty prior to actual enrollment (if necessary).TEST OF ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (TABE)All applicants for Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs 450 hours or more, with the exception of Florida LawEnforcement Academy applicants, take a state mandated basic skills evaluation prior to enrollment. Basic skillsevaluation scores must be valid at the time of enrollment. Testers must be 16 years of age or older.If a student has met or exceeded standard scores on one area of one test, they may use another test to meet theadditional skill area requirements. It is acceptable to combine test scores from more than one test. (Rule 6A-10.315,F.A.C.)Assessment instruments meeting this requirement include:A common placement test where a minimum score has been achieved and is valid for 2 years from the dateof testing pursuant to Rule 6A-10.0315, F.A.C.: Florida Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) SAT, The College Board ACT with Writing or ACT, Inc.Per 2020, FS 1008.30 - Common placement testing for public postsecondary education and Rule 6a-10.040, thefollowing common placement tests have no expiration date: Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE) Forms 11 & 12, 2017; Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) GOALS 900 Series, 2019,and, 2014 GED Tests: Reasoning through Language Arts and/or Mathematics Reasoning where a minimumscore (145) as required in Rule 6A-6A.6.021, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.) has been attained on eachtest.Applicants transferring appropriately leveled TABE,CASAS GOALS, GED test sections, or other common placementtests must do so by having an official score report sent directly to the Admissions Office prior to enrollment in the program.Scores brought by hand will be accepted only if the document provided by the outside testing center is in a sealedenvelope.Several exemptions to basic skills are accepted. In order to be exempt, a student must submit official documentation to acareer advisor for verification of an exemption:1. Applicants who possess a documented degree in applied science (AAS) level or higher;2. Applicants who earned a Florida standard high school diploma, 2007 or later (see withdrawal codes for standard);3. Applicants who are serving as an active duty member of any branch of the United States Armed Services;4. Documented passing scores on state-designated industry certification tests may be used;5. Any student enrolled in an apprenticeship program that is registered with FDOE in accordance with Chapter 446.6. Mandated basic skills evaluation exit scores may be waived for documented special needs students as per Floridaguidelines.Remediation of Basic SkillsAccording to Florida Department of Education rules, students who do not meet basic skills exit scores may onlyretest after 60 documented hours of remediation or three months if no documented remediation is available.Students may not retake the same test version for six months. We, therefore, strongly recommend that studentstest early, especially for licensure programs, in order to allow time for remediation and retesting should the needarise.Students who do not meet the minimum basic skills exit scores set by the Florida Department of Education for theirprogram must begin attending remediation classes prior to or at the time of enrollment in a Career and TechnicalEducation program and make acceptable progress as determined by the AAAE faculty member. It is highlyrecommended students meet state mandated basic skills requirements by the time they have completed 50% of theirprogram. Students who do not meet state mandated basic skills exit scores may not receive a certificate of completion asper Florida Department of Education rules.2021-2022 Master Plan of Instruction3 of 22Cosmetology, Facials Specialty, Nails Specialty

Some basic skills test scores are only good for two years and must be valid during at the time of enrollment. Basic skillstest scores that expire during continuous enrollment remain valid until the end of such enrollment. Under continuousenrollment, students must be enrolled at least 50% of each semester. Continuous enrollment applies to attendance in asingle program.The required TABE exit scores for this program are: Reading 9.0; Math 8.0; Language 8.0.ESSENTIAL TRAINING TASKSCosmetology occupations are demanding, both physically and emotionally. Before entering a program in this field, it isimportant to review the following tasks which have been established. Their performance is essential for success in theprogram.Physical and Emotional Requirements Ability to distinguish colorsAbility to perform visual tasks without special aids(excluding glasses/contacts)Ability to reach above shoulder levelAbility to gripAbility to demonstrate high degree of manual andphysical dexterityAbility to communicate with othersAbility to stand for long periods of timeAbility to work with chemicals and detergentsAbility to tolerate exposure to dust and/or odors Ability to lift 25 poundsAbility to perform repetitive tasksAbility to cope with moderate noise levelsAbility to cope with the anger/fear/hostility of othersin a calm mannerAbility to handle multiple prioritiesAbility to work in areas that are close and crowdedAbility to work well with othersAbility to concentrateAbility to demonstrate high degree mental andemotional flexibilityACCOMMODATIONSFederal and state legislation requires the provision of accommodations for students with disabilities as identified on thesecondary student’s IEP or 504 plan or postsecondary student’s accommodations plan to meet individual needs toensure equal access. Postsecondary students with disabilities must self-identify, present documentation, requestaccommodations if needed, and develop a plan with their postsecondary provider.Students desiring accommodations or updates to their accommodations are encouraged to self-identify as early in theprogram as possible. In order to receive disability accommodations, students must self-disclose the disability to theSpecial Populations Coordinator and provide documentation that clearly shows evidence of a disability and applicableaccommodations. The Special Populations Coordinator will schedule a meeting with the student and faculty to discussthe documented disability and applicable accommodations.Accommodations received in postsecondary education may differ from those received in secondary education.Accommodations change the way the student is instructed. Students with disabilities may need accommodations in suchareas as instructional methods and materials, assignments, assessments, time demands, schedules, learningenvironment, assistive technology and special communication systems. Documentation of the accommodationrequested and provided is maintained in a confidential file.Students in need of academic accommodations for a disability may consult with the Special Populations Coordinator toarrange appropriate accommodations. Students are required to give reasonable notice (typically 5 working days) prior torequesting an accommodation.TUITIONTuition is charged to adult students at a rate established by the State legislature. Current fee information is available in theAdmissions Office. Tuition is waived for eligible high school, career dual enrolled students. Tuition is due prior to the firstday of each payment period based on the Lake Technical College payment calendar. Failure to pay fees at the time classbegins will result in not being able to attend class and/or clinical.Students needing less than a semester to complete their program will be registered for either a 4 week or 9 week periodof time. This is based on faculty recommendation and administrative approval. Students enrolled in either Facial Specialtyto Nail Technician will be charged for a two week period of time for any time missed.2021-2022 Master Plan of Instruction4 of 22Cosmetology, Facials Specialty, Nails Specialty

INSURANCEPersonal injury/school accident insurance is required for all Career and Technical Education students. This insurance isprovided through Lake Technical College at the rate of 1.50 a month. The accident insurance fee will be charged tostudents per payment period.Health programs with clinical experiences require liability insurance in conjunction with requirements by the healthcarefacilities. The liability insurance fee is charged to students at the time of enrollment.CLASS SCHEDULE8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and two Saturday classes (March & October) – Cosmetology A.M.5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday – Cosmetology P.M.12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday – Nails Specialty and Facials SpecialtyATTENDANCE POLICYIn an effort to develop appropriate work ethics, Lake Tech students are expected to attend all class sessions. As is expectedin the workplace, when it is necessary to be absent or late due to illness or emergency situations, all students are to notifythe faculty on or before the date of absence or late arrival to class PRIOR to the start of the school day (8:00a.m.,12:30 p.m. or 5:00p.m.) The student attendance policy for each postsecondary program is consistent with industrystandards.Campus attendance is kept via a computerized system. It is the responsibility of the student to log in and out in order toreceive credit for class time. This allows the school to keep accurate attendance records for the actual number of hoursand minutes attended. Faculty are not expected to manually enter student attendance. Only one override is permitted forfailure to log in or out. Therefore, failure of a student to log in and out may result in a documented absence. Logging in orout for another student or having another student log in or out is unacceptable behavior and may result in dismissal.Only regularly scheduled class hours will be reported for attendance. Make-up time will not be accepted except asapproved by the Executive Director of Lake Technical College.AbsencesA student who is absent for six (6) consecutive class sessions will be withdrawn from enrollment in his/her program. Astudent withdrawn for absenteeism must petition administration to return. A student having medical documentation ordocumentation of an extenuating circumstance does not need to petition to return. Students exhibiting a pattern ofconsecutive absences less than six days will be subject to dismissal as determined by a School Intervention Team.Students with attendance issues will sign an acknowledgement that they have been notified that continued absences willpose a threat to grades and program enrollment. If the student’s attendance does not improve but drops below 60%, thestudent will be withdrawn unless documentation regarding extenuating circumstances is provided to the Dean of StudentServices.Students in non-licensure programs must have achieved a minimum of 80% attendance at the end of each paymentperiod. Students not having met this requirement will sign an acknowledgement that they have been notified thatcontinued absences will pose a threat to grades and program enrollment. If the student’s attendance does not improve butdrops below 75%, the student will be withdrawn unless documentation regarding extenuating circumstances is provided tothe Dean of Student Services. School Intervention Team (SIT) meetings will be held as necessary to attempt to alleviateissues resulting in excessive absences and to counsel the student of possible alternatives and consequences. Studentswho miss more than 20% of their program will not be allowed to continue to the next payment period and must wait untilthe following enrollment period to re-register unless the student’s appeal to the Executive Director has been approved.Licensure program attendance policies are more rigid due to licensure requirements. Hours from absences must bemade up to meet licensure requirements. An 85% attendance rate is required for Cosmetology.TardinessAs in the workplace, students are expected to be in their class promptly in the morning, after break, and after lunch.Students are expected to notify the faculty before the start of class of any anticipated tardies. Any student who is tardyand/or leaves early for 20% or more of the number of days scheduled for any given 9-week period will be placed on a2021-2022 Master Plan of Instruction5 of 22Cosmetology, Facials Specialty, Nails Specialty

behavior contract. Probationary status will terminate when the number of tardies/early departures no longer exceeds 20%of the completed scheduled attendance days.Leaving Campus during School HoursFor safety reasons, students will notify their faculty when leaving campus early. Students may leave campus for lunchprovided this is done within the allotted time.MATERIALSFull Cosmetology Supplies1. Cosmetology kit (included in lab fee)2. Uniform – Black uniform pants and black uniform smock tops (available at Lake Uniforms, 10601 US Hwy 441,Leesburg, FL 34788, 352.787.7367.) You may select from the following styles (no other styles/brands are acceptable):a. Unisex V-neck top, style 4876, color BLKb. Women’s Tops V-Neck-WW620, color BLKc. Women’s Mock Wrap Top-WW610 color BLKd. Women’s drawstring cargo pants, style WW120 color BLKe. Unisex drawstring cargo pants Style # 4020, color BLKf. Unisex drawstring pants Style # 4101, color BLKg. Unisex drawstring pants Style # 4100, color BLKh. Men’s &Unisex Tops V-Neck Style #WW670 Color BLKi. Men’s & Unisex Pants Drawstring Cargo Style #WW140 Color BLKj. Solid black or White athletic shoe (tennis shoe) NON-SLIP, closed toe, closed back, no heel.AM Class Facials and/or Nails Specialist Supplies1. Black or White Tennis shoes only-NON-SLIP (no open-toe, open-heel types or high heels ever)2. Nail kit (included in lab fee) or facial kit (included in lab fee)3. Uniform—Black uniform pants and black uniform smock tops (available at Lake Uniforms, 10601 US Hwy 441,Leesburg, FL 34788, 352.787.7367.) You may select from the following styles:a. Unisex V-neck top, style 4876, color BLKb. Women’s Tops V-Neck-WW620, color BLKc. Women’s Mock Wrap Top-WW610 color BLKd. Women’s drawstring cargo pants, style WW120 color BLKe. Unisex drawstring cargo pants Style # 4020, color BLKf. Unisex drawstring pants Style # 4101, color BLKg. Unisex drawstring pants Style # 4100, color BLKh. Men’s &Unisex Tops V-Neck Style #WW670 Color BLKi. Men’s & Unisex Pants Drawstring Cargo Style #WW140 Color BLKPLAN OF INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICESCosmetology is a l200-hour state-licensed program. Through school laboratory experiences, the program is designed todevelop techniques, skills, and knowledge to qualify the student as a licensed cosmetologist after successfully passing theState Board Cosmetology examination.The technical instruction and information are related in theory and class demonstrations. Emphasis is placed on eachstudent's mastery of the manipulative skills, proper care of equipment, and use of supplies to perform all beauty services.Listed below are the teaching methods and general classification of activities.Methods of TeachingMaterial used is self-paced and competency based. Students proceed at the pace prescribed by the faculty with written,audio-visual, and hands-on training. They are tested periodically with written and practical testing. Practical shopexperiences are designed to enhance and reinforce the theories involved as well as to develop manipulative skill andgood work and safety practices.Methods of instruction include: demonstration; directed study, class discussions; salon talk; motivation; explanation;individual instruction; hair shows; audio/visual films; individual reports; oral questioning; experiments; patron services;group projects; and post- and pre-planning.2021-2022 Master Plan of Instruction6 of 22Cosmetology, Facials Specialty, Nails Specialty

Every attempt will be made to use as many visual aids as are available to present a more comprehensive view of thecosmetologist, such as the aided instructionAudio-visualsManufacturers' charts, posters, printsMannequinsProfessional journals and periodicalsOnline AccessTechnology is an integral part of our daily lives. From smart phones to electronic tablets, these devices are becomingitems that many cannot function without. In addition, the Internet is changing the way education is delivered. LakeTechnical College strives to ensure that our students are able to compete in this technology driven world. With this inmind, it is recommended that students have an online presence and access to the internet.It is also important that students have an email address that they check on a regular basis. A lot of information may cometo you through your email, so it is important that you check it regularly. If you do not have an email address, there arenumerous services that provide FREE email addresses. Please make sure your faculty have a current, working emailaddress for you. See your faculty for more information.Social MediaThe advent of social media has created a world-wide communication medium for persons of all ages. While extremelypopular, these websites have also created their own set of “not-so-popular” problems such as cyber-stalking, identity theft,cyber-bullying, cyber-cheating (posting of exam, or other course material), and a host of other nebulous challenges thatusers may face. Another reality associated with social media is its far-reaching consequences for those who share poststhat may be seen by others as inappropriate.Potential employers, current employers, civic, or educational organizations you may be associated with, and many othersare looking at social media sites for information that may tell them things about an individual. Students should also becautioned on how private their social media content really is – despite the settings on an account. All social media sitesare potentially vulnerable. A simple search of how to view pages that are set as “private” for a popular social mediawebsite yielded numerous responses for ways to view the content. Everything from blogs to online videos offer to explainhow to accomplish this task.Students in all programs need to be cognizant of the fact that most professions rely on great moral character. It isrecommended that when using social media, assume that all posts will be seen/read by everyone with access to theInternet.Organization of Student DutiesA student personnel organization chart is in effect at all times. If not posted, it is given verbally by the faculty. The studentsrotate and will have the duties several times during the year. All students are responsible for cleaning labs, facial room,theory room, shampoo back bar, sinks, all work areas and stations.Duty AssignmentsEach student is responsible for keeping his or her assigned station clean and neat. This includes mirror, top surface,drawer, cabinet, chair and chair base, floor in that area, and wastebasket.Part of any job is the cleanup. Example: When you use the facial room to give a facial, you will leave it as you found it CLEAN. This policy applies to students giving manicures or using the shampoo station area as well, both in the labs andthe classroom.Work Based ActivitiesWork-based learning activities play an integral part of the curriculum of Lake Technical College’s (LTC) career-technicaltraining programs. These activities are planned with two objectives in mind. First, the activity provides students with theopportunity to develop and apply a “real world” experience using the knowledge and skills attained in the program.Second, the activity provides the faculty with objective input from potential employers or customers of program graduates.Each work- based activity has a written instructional plan outlining objectives, experiences, competencies and evaluationrequired during the activity.2021-2022 Master Plan of Instruction7 of 22Cosmetology, Facials Specialty, Nails Specialty

Work-based activities are program specific and may include: Unpaid in-school shop/lab activities to provide customer service opportunities under the direct supervision of theprogram faculty. Unpaid job shadowing experiences that may include in-school or off-campus employer-based experiences under thesupervision of a qualified employer representative who is working closely with the program faculty.GRADING PROCEDUREThe grading policy for this program is as follows:90-10085- 89 85ExcellentPassingFailingLake Technical College is a postsecondary institution designed to provide trained individuals to industry. The gradingscale for this program reflects industry standards. The approved postsecondary program grading requirements must bemet if the student is to receive a certificate.RetestingThroughout the Cosmetology program, you will be enrolled in four courses. The amount of times you may retest variesbased on the course.a. Course CSP0009 – 225 hours:Grooming and Salon Services and Facials and Nails contain 15 theory tests. Retesting is allowed three times totalduring Course CSP0009. After the retakes are used, you will receive the first grade obtained.b. Course COS0002 – 300 hours:Cosmetologists & Hairdresser, 1 of 3 contains 4 theory tests. Retesting is al

2021-2022 Master Plan of Instruction 1 of 22 Cosmetology, Facials Specialty, Nails Specialty LAKE TECHNICAL COLLEGE Cosmetology, Facials Specialty, Nails Specialty INTRODUCTION Trained and licensed professional cosmetologists in all phases of cosmetology are in demand in each community and area of our country.