ANNUAL PROGRAM STATUS REPORT
Program: Nail Specialist (Manicuring and Pedi curing)
Academic Year: 2008-2009 Completed by: Carol McLean Date: 12/04/08
Student Learning Outcomes
(Core Skills and Objectives)
Performance Criteria/Expected Results
Evaluation & Planned Actions
Use of Results
(Close the Loop)
Demonstrate the proper procedures of a pedicure service.
The student will perform the proper procedures in sanitizing of implements, cleansing, exfoliating, masking, moisturizing, massaging of the legs and feet, and correctly polishing the nails in a pedicure service.
The student will be evaluated by the client and instructor. There will also be written exams.
90% of students will complete the procedure with 90% accuracy. 85% of students will complete the written exams with 85% accuracy..
Demonstrate the different classifications and techniques of applying artificial nails/extensions.
The student will exhibit an understanding of the difference between gel, acrylic, fiberglass and nail wraps when performing each type of artificial nails.
The student will be evaluated by the finished products and there will also be a written exam.
80% of students will complete the procedures with 75% accuracy. 85% will complete the written exam with 85% accuracy.
Manicuring and Pedicuring
CSP 0010 C01
240-clock hours/8 vocational credits
Office: 018-103 Phone: 386-754-4411
Hours are posted and by appointment
This course provides students with a minimum of 240 hours of theory instruction, laboratory experiences and the practical application of manicuring, pedicuring and nail extension services through the Creative Nails Academy. Upon completion of the course, students will be issued a Lake City Community College Certificate of Completion in order to qualify for State Board certification of this specialty course.
240 Clock Hours Include:
Total theory hours 80
Total clinical hours 160
Prerequisite: Minimum TABE scores
1. List the abilities of a good manicurist
2. Identify the four natural nail shapes
3. Demonstrate the proper use of implements, cosmetics, and materials used in manicuring
4. Demonstrate the proper procedure and sanitary precautions for a manicure
5. Demonstrate massage techniques used when giving a manicure
6. Define and demonstrate the different types of manicures
7. Explain and demonstrate advanced nail techniques
8. List the safety precautions for manicuring
9. Demonstrate the procedure for a pedicure
10. Describe the structure and composition of nails
11. Describe the structures adjoining and affecting nails
12. Discuss how nails grow
13. List the various disorders and irregularities of client’s nails
14. Recognize diseases of the nails that should not be treated in the beauty salon
1. COURSE CONTENT AND SCOPE:
The following topics will be included in the framework of the course but are not intended as limits on content. The order of presentation and relative emphasis will vary with each instructor.
a. LCCC Orientation, Rules, Policies
b. Kit, Textbook and Uniform Check
c. Assignment of Lockers
d. Student Responsibilities
2. Introduction of Manicuring, Pedicuring and Nail Extensions
a. Evaluation of nail specialty course
b. Importance in the industry
c. Career opportunities
d. Professional ethics
3. Bacteriology, Sanitation and Safety
a. Safe & efficient work practices (HIV/AIDS awareness)
d. Care and sanitation of tools, implements
4. Tools, Implements and Equipment
a. Detailed tools, implements and equipment instructions
b. Identification and parts of tools
c. Correct use of tools
5. Introduction to Manicuring and Related Topics
a. Preparing the manicuring table
b. Procedures for a basic manicure without massage
c. Procedures for a hot oil manicure with massage
d. Procedure for repairing split nails
6. Nail Diseases and Disorders
a. Describing nail irregularities
b. Identifying nail diseases
c. Physician referrals
7. Advanced Techniques
b. Filing techniques
c. Buffing techniques
8. Nail Wraps
a. Fiberglass wrap on a natural nail
b. Fiberglass wrap over tips
c. Maintenance manicure
9. Acrylic and Sculptured Nails
a. Acrylic over natural nails and tips
c. Application of acrylic over natural nail or tip extension
d. Application of sculptured nails
10. Using Gels with and without Light
a. Light nails or ultraviolet gel bonding
b. Using gels with light bonding
c. Procedures for no light gel
11. Patches and Repairs
a. Silk, Linen and fiberglass patching
c. Removal techniques
d. Client home maintenance and care
a. Pedicure client consultation
b. Foot preparation for a plain pedicure
c. Plain pedicures
d. Hot oil pedicures
13. Florida Law
14. Human Relations and Employability Skills
a. Human relations
b. Employability skills
There are related chapters in the text for each topic addressed in the course.
C. WRITING ASSIGNMENTS
D. APPROPRIATE OUTSIDE ASSIGNMENTS
E. APPORPRIATE ASSIGNMENTS THAT DEMONSTRATE CRITICAL THINKING
Required Text and Supplies:
1. Milady’s Nail Technology Textbook
2. Notebook, paper, pencil and pen
3. Creative Nail Tech pack
4. Black and White scrubs
The student must score at least 80% on pre-test or study and retake the test
The student must score 80% on Unit Test in order to pass
There are no retakes on Unit Test
Pre-Test to be announced
Unit Test (Post Test) to be announced
A 94 – 100
B 86 – 93
C 75 – 85
D 68 – 74
F 64 and below
A Sanitation grade will be averaged into your final grade for each subject being taught. Everyone begins with a 100 with a deduction of 5 points for each incident of workstation not being sanitized or leaving implements unclean, this also includes brushes, bowls, etc. in the dispensary area. Also, if you are using another student’s station for any reason, it is to be cleaned by you or the deduction of points will come from your grade not theirs.
There will also be a 5 point deduction from your clinical grade for not attending on clinical days,
unless you have a Doctors note or other documentation rendering a valid absence.
Up until the mid-point of the semester, a student may withdraw without the instructor’s permission. After the mid-point, the student may withdraw only WITH the express permission of the instructor, or the instructor may assign a grade. After the mid-point, instructors may involuntarily withdraw or assign an F grade to a student for excessive absences (as defined in the syllabus) after notifying the student in writing.
* ANY STUDENT WHO MAY HAVE A PHYSICAL OR SUSPECT THEY HAVE A LEARNING DISABILITY IS WELCOME TO SEE JANICE IRWIN IN DISABLED STUDENT SERVICES IN THE STUDENT UNION BUILDING #014 OR CALL HER AT 386-754-4215.