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Cannella Schools of Hair Design

 

Cannella School of Hair Design

 

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The following is a breakdown of the units of theoretical and practical instruction necessary for completing the course, as prescribed by Illinois statute.     Please note that the actual sequence of instruction may vary.    A total of 1500 hours.

Course Description

  1. General Theory and Basic Training - 150 hours of classroom instruction in general theory in the following subject areas: Tools and Their Use, Shampoo, Understanding Chemicals and Use, Types of Hair, Sanitation, Hygiene, Skin Diseases and Conditions, Anatomy and Physiology, Electricity and Ethics.
  2. Practical Chemical Application and Hair Treatment - 500 hours of instruction in a combination of classroom instruction and hands on experience in the following subject areas: Permanent Waving, Hair Coloring and Bleaching, Hair Relaxing and Hair and Scalp Conditioning.
    Hair Styling/Hair Dressing - 475 hours of specific instruction in hair styling in a combination of classroom instruction and hands on experience in the following subject areas: Cutting, Thinning, Shaping, Trimming, Application of Electrical or Mechanical Equipment, Marcelling, Curling and Hair Treatments.
  3. Shop Management and Interpersonal Relations - 200 hours of instruction in the following subject areas: Labor Law, Worker's Compensation, Client Relations, Bookkeeping, Marketing and Merchandising, Emergancy First Aid, Right-To-Know Laws, Pertinent State and Local Laws and Rules, Business Math, Safety with Electrical Devices, and Business Ethics.
  4. Esthetics - 85 hours of instruction shall be provided.
  5. Nail Technology - 55 hours of practical instruction.
  6. Remaining Required Hours - the remaining 35 hours required shall consist of coordinated classroom and practical in elective and senior review areas

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The following is a breakdown of the units of theoretical and practical instruction necessary for completing the 1000 hours course:

 

Course Description

 

  1. 500 hours of Post-Graduate School Training which includes: all subjects in the basic cosmetology curriculum including theory and practice.   Presentation of material must include the concepts which are intended to be taught and the skills to be acquired during the various phases of basic education.
  2. 20 hours of Educational Psychology which shall include, but not be limited to, topics in educational objectives, student characteristics and development, the learning process, and an evaluation of learning which relates to teaching.

    NOTE: The requirement above may be waived if the student can present documentation demonstrating that the teacher trainee has completed a course in Educational Psychology at an accredited college or university within the five years immediately preceding admission to the program.

    Students already meeting the requirement will be credited with these hours at the time of enrollment.

  3. 20 hours of Teaching Methods (Theory) which shall include, but not be limited to, topics in individual differences in learning, lesson planning and design, lesson delivery, assessment of learning performance, classroom management, student motivation, and classroom climate.

    NOTE: The requirement above may be waived if the student can present documentation demonstrating that the teacher trainee has completed a course in Teaching Methods - Secondary Level at an accredited college or university within the five years immediately preceding admission to the program.

    Students already meeting the requirement will be credited with these hours at the time of enrollment.

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