Cosmetology

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COSMETOLOGY (1200 Clock Hours)
(Offered at all campuses)
(34 weeks / Full time)
(48 weeks / Part time) (60 weeks / Part time)

Objective:

To prepare the student to be employed at the entry level in the cosmetologist/hair styling fields and receives a cosmetology license. Students will also receive information about compensation package and payroll deductions and career information such as professional ethics, effective communication, and human Relations.

Instructional Methods:

This course is taught in theory and practical methods. Instructors will use blackboards, audio/visual aids, and demonstration materials.

CURRICULUM (COURSE #) HOURS SERVICES
State Law (LAWC101) 15 0
H.I.V. / Aids (HIV101) 04 0
Health, sanitation and infection control (COS101) 35 0
Shampooing & Rinsing (COS102) 71 50
Scalp treatment & color rinses (COS103) 50 45
Hair coloring & bleaching (COS104) 60 45
Perming & relaxing (COS105) 200 65
Hair shaping (COS106) 300 75
Hair Styling (COS107) 300 300
Facial, make-up & hair removal (COS108) 75 10
Manicuring, pedicuring & nail extensions (COS109) 75 20
Career employment information (COS110) 15 0
Total 1200 610

Program Description:

Training includes beginning basic curriculum. In this portion, students learn sanitation, shampooing, hairstyling, hair coloring, permanent waving, and hair removal. After completion of these basic procedures, students begin working daily on the clinic floor where they practice their services. This program is offered in Spanish. Please note that graduates under the age of 18 may have certain regulations that reduce their ability to become employed.

Grading Procedure:
Instructors will use Tests, Quizzes, and Practical Exams throughout the program in order to evaluate the student’s progress.

Graduation:

Students must complete all listed hours and services, in addition to academic requirements and financial obligation to be considered a graduate and awarded a Diploma.

Possible Occupations: Graduates of This course can expect these possible occupations upon licensure:
Hairdresser, Hair colorist, manicurist, facial specialist, Salon manager, Makeup artist, beauty consultant, and others.

COURSE DESCRIPTION
COSMETOLOGY (1200 Hours)
(Offered at all campuses)
(34 weeks / Full time) (48 weeks / Part time) (60 weeks / Part time)

CURRICULUM SERVICES (COURSE #) HOURS
STATE LAW (LAWC101) 15 0
This course provides knowledge of the basic laws and regulations concerning cosmetologist and specialist.
H.I.V. / AIDS (HIV101) 04 0
This course provides a fundamental knowledge of HIV/Aids awareness.
HEALTH, SANITATION AND INFECTION CONTRO (COS101) 35 0
This course provides steps on how to become and maintain a healthy and sanitized Cosmetology profession.
SHAMPOOING & RINSING (COS102) 71 50
This course provides a basic understanding and practice of Shampooing and rinsing. Instruction includes movements and correct product use.
SCALP TREATMENT & COLOR RINSES (COS103) 50 45
This course provides a basic understanding and practice of Scalp treatments and Color rinses.
HAIR COLORING & BLEACHING (COS104) 60 45
This course provides a basic understanding and practice the art of bleaching and hair coloring. Instruction includes product application and mixtures.
PERMING & RELAXING (COS105) 200 65
This course provides a basic understanding and practice of the art of Perming and Relaxing the hair.
HAIR SHAPING (COS106) 300 75
This course provides a basic understanding and practice of the art of hair shaping. Instruction includes different types and shapes as well as proper application and product use.
HAIR STYLING (COS107) 300 300
This course provides a basic understanding and practice of the art of hair styling. Instruction includes different types of styles as well as proper application and product use.
FACIAL, MAKE-UP & HAIR REMOVAL (COS108) 75 10
This course provides a very basic understanding and practice of facials, make-up and hair removal. Instruction is very basic and does not go into as much detail as the Skin Care specialist course.
MANICURING, PEDICURING & NAIL EXTENSIONS (COS109) 75 20
This course provides a very basic understanding and practice of Manicure, Pedicure and Nail Extensions. Instruction is very basic and does not go into as much detail as the Nail Technology specialist courses.
CAREER EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION (COS110) 15 0
This course provides a very basic understanding and practice of the career of Cosmetology. Instruction includes salary and tip reporting and IRS regulations as well as state and Federal employment requirements.
Total 1200 610

CONTACT Information

New Concept Massage and Beauty School, Inc. (Main Campus)

New Concept Massage and Beauty School West Campus

  • 12851 SW 42nd Street, Suite 101, Miami, FL 33175
  • Phone: 305-221-8411

New Concept Massage and Beauty School, Cutler Bay

  • 11484 Quail Roost Drive, Miami, Fl 33157
  • Phone: 305-974-1350

CLASS Schedules

  • Full Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm (Monday to Friday)
  • Part Time: 9:00am - 2:00pm (Monday to Friday)
  • Evening Classess: 6:00pm - 10:00pm (Monday to Thursday)
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