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District Name: Okanagan Skaha
District Number: 67
Developed By:
Adapted by David Kalaski with permission from SD 23
Date Developed: November 1, 2010
School Name: Penticton Secondary / Princess Margaret Secondary / Summerland Secondary
Principal’s Name: Bill Bidlake / Don MacIntyre / Dave Searcy
Board/Authority Approval Date:
Board Authority Signature:
Course Name: Hairdressing 12B
Grade Level of Course: 12
Number of Course Credits: 4
Number of Hours of Instruction: 120 hours
Prerequisite(s):None
Special Training: Students will have to have shown an aptitude in both the theory and applied skills in order to
be enrolled in further hairdressing courses.
Special Facility: Classroom equipped with a teaching area, lab area (*Hairstylist Stations), and public washrooms
in close proximity. (*Hair Stylist Stations should be equipped with mirrors, counter tops, electrical outlets,
hydraulic stylist chairs, shampooing sinks/chairs, portable dryer chairs, Locking cupboards for product/supplies
storage) telephone, DVD /VCR, TV, Overhead Screen, tables and chairs (maximum 18 students), appropriate
regulated ventilation, full-spectrum overhead lighting, washer and dryer.
Special Equipment and Supplies:
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Students will be expected to purchase a textbook and study guide - Salon Fundamentals ™
(Published by Pivot Point International Inc., 1791 West Howard Street; Chicago, Illinois 60626;
1.800.886.4247)
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Students will use professional hair products (purchased by the school from suppliers dealing
exclusively with licensed hairdressers).
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Students will be expected to purchase professional equipment (which will be required for the
duration of the entire Hairdressing Program). See list below. Cost for these may vary depending
on price availability.
Professional Equipment:
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1 pair of cutting shears
1 cutting cape
1 styling steel lift comb
1 vent brush
1 pair thinning shears
2 cutting combs
1 styling brush
1 large round brush
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1 long haired mannequin
1 box of small clips
1 comb-out brush
6 large clips
1 box small clips
2 Colour brushes/bowls
2 tail combs
6 large clips
1 colour cape
2 wide toothed-combs
1 long-haired mannequin
1 spray bottle
assortment of permanent wave rods
Organizational Structure:
The Hairdressing Program is comprised of seven courses and is delivered by a post-secondary partner
through the district ACE IT initiative. Students will participate in the Hairdressing Program during
their grade 11 or 12 year. Students will be enrolled in the Hairdressing Program full time for two
school semesters. Students enrolled in this program must also complete all other grade 11 and 12
academic course BC Ministry of Education graduation requirements.
Course Synopsis:
Level Three- Hairdressing (Applied Skills) - [H12B] is the fourth of a seven courses in a two-year,
comprehensive Career Preparation Hairdressing Program designed for grade eleven students (male and/or
female) who have a serious interest in exploring hairdressing as a viable career choice. Upon successful
completion of the six learning units of H12B, students will have a firm grounding in the applied skills of
hairdressing fundamentals including: Trichology; Diseases and Disorders of the Hair, Scalp, and Skin;
Advanced Hair Cutting; Introduction to Permanent Waving; Introduction to Hair Colouring; Client Marketing
and Retention.
Unit Title
Level Three - Hairdressing (Applied Skills) –[H12A]
Time
Unit 1
Trichology
20 hours
Unit 2
Diseases and Disorders of the Hair, Scalp, and Skin
15 hours
Unit 3
Advanced Hair Cutting
20 hours
Unit 4
Introduction to Permanent Waving
25 hours
Unit 5
Introduction to Hair Colouring
20 hours
Unit 6
Client Marketing and Retention
20 hours
Total Hours
120 hours
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Learning Unit Descriptions
Unit 1: Trichology
Overview: In this unit students will review their knowledge of structure and chemistry of hair and skin and
demonstrate their knowledge of it during services provided to clients.
Section 1A
“Hair Structure and Chemistry”
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
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Identify the layers found in hair
Identify the principles part of hair
Identify the life cycle of hair
Identify the different shapes of hair
Identify the direction of hair growth from the scalp
Identify the life cycle of hair
Identify how hair is nourished
Identify the Chemical Composition of hair
Identify the Hair Follicle
Identify the Hair Bulb
Identify the Papilla
Identify the Arroctor pili
Identify Melanocytes
Identify the Chemical Composition of hair
Identify the PH Scale
Identify the PH of Alkaline, Neutral and Acid Waves
Identify the PH of Shampoo
Identify the PH of Conditioner
Identify the layers of hair that Shampoo will effect
Identify the layer of hair that a Conditioner will effect
Identify four (4) different produce styling aids used in Haircutting and Blow Dry and outline the effect they
will have on the hair.
Section 1C
“Skin Structure and Chemistry”
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
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Describe health skin and it functions
Identify the layers of skin
Identify Epithelial/Endothelia/Connective Tissue
Identify the three sub specialized groups of muscles
Identify the Endocrine/Circulatory/Immune/Lymphatic Systems
Identify the bones of the head and neck
Identify the muscles of the head and neck
Identify the Nerve Motor Points of the head and neck
Identify the Sudoriferous Gland
Identify the Sebaceous gland and its purpose
Identify the Sudoriferous gland and it’s purpose
Identify the Arrector pili muscle and it’s purpose
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Unit 2:
Disorders and Diseases of the Hair and Scalp
Overview: In this unit students will have a good understanding of disorders and diseases of the hair, scalp,
and skin.
Section 2A
“Disorders and Diseases of the Hair and Scalp”
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
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Identify Alopecia
Identify Canities
Identify Hyertrichosis
Identify Trichoptilosis
Identify Trichorrhexis Nodosa
Identify Moniletrix
Identify Fragilitas Crinium
Identify Pityriasis
Identify Vegetable Parasitic Infections
Identify Animal Parasitic Infections
Section 2B
“Disorders and Diseases of the Skin”
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
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Unit 3:
Define and identify an allergic reaction
Define and identify inflammation
Define chronic
Define acute
Define seasonal/occupational disorders
Define and identify primary and secondary lesions
Identify four different disorders of the Sudorifereous Glands
Identify Parasitic Infections
Identify Dermatitis/Eczema
Advanced Hair Cutting
Overview: In this unit students will review basic hair cutting, use of thinning shears, and general rules for
cutting hair wet and dry. They will learn to use scissor over comb cutting techniques, slide cutting techniques
and notching, and Men’s Hair Cutting and beard design.
“Review of Basic Hair cutting”
Section 3A
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
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Demonstrate an exterior guide line
Demonstrate an interior guide line
Demonstrate a stationary or stable guide line
Demonstrate a travelling or moving guide line
Utilize the importance of the client’s head position in relation to haircutting
Blow-dry and finish for a solid form cut, a uniform layered cut, an increased layered cut and a
combination cut.
Demonstrate correct cleanup for a hair cutting service
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Section 3B
“Special Effects – Hair Cutting”
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
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Demonstrate scissor over comb cutting technique
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Demonstrate a slide cutting technique
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Demonstrate a notching technique
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Demonstrate thinning the hair using thinning shears
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Demonstrate trimming sideburns (using the correct implements)
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On a model, using a checklist, demonstrate a short/medium and long men’s taper cut
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On a model, using a checklist, demonstrate men’s crew cut/ brush cut
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On a model, using a checklist, demonstrate three (3) modern trend hair cuts
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On a model, using a checklist, demonstrate a Beveled Cut
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On a model, using checklist, demonstrate a Blunt cut
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On a model, using a checklist, demonstrate graduated cut
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On a model, using checklist, demonstrate an Undercutting
Unit 4:
Introduction to Permanent Waving
Overview: In this unit students will demonstrate their understanding of the chemistry of permanent waving.
Section 4A
“Chemistry of Permanent Waving”
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
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Identify the PH of Alkaline, Neutral and Acid Waves
Identify the PH of Neutralizer
Identify the PH of Chemical Hair Relaxer
Identify the layers of hair that Perming will effect
Identify the layers of hair that Neutralizer will effect
Identify the layer of hair that a Chemical Hair Relaxer will effect
Identify the main ingredients in an Alkaline Wave
Identify the main ingredients in a Neutral Wave
Identify the main ingredients in an Acid Wave
Identify the main ingredients in a Chemical Hair Relaxing
Identify the main ingredients in a Neutralizer
Section 4B
““Properties, laws, and concepts of Permanent Waving”
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
Unit 5:
Introduction to Hair Colouring
Overview: In this unit students will be able to successfully demonstrate their knowledge of the properties, laws,
and concepts of the chemistry of hair colouring: including the concepts and properties of semi & demi
permanent colours, temporary colours, and permanent colours.
Section 5A
“Chemistry of Hair Colouring”
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
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Identify the PH of Temporary, Semi/Demi, Permanent Colour and Bleach
Identify the layer of hair that Temporary Colour will effect
Identify the layer of hair that Semi/Demi Permanent Colour will effect
Identify the layer of hair that Permanent Colour will effect
Identify the layer of hair that Bleach will effect
Identify the main ingredient in Temporary Colour
Identify the main ingredient in Semi- Permanent Colour
Identify the main ingredient in Demi-Permanent Colour
Define Parahenylenedianine Dye
Define Paratoluenedianine Dye
Identify the different volumes of peroxide and their lift
Section 5B
“Properties, laws, and concepts of colour”
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
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Demonstrate knowledge of the Colour Wheel
Identify Primary Colours
Identify Secondary Colours
Identify Tertiary Colours
Identify Complementary Colours
Demonstrate the correct draping procedure for Temporary Colour
Demonstrate the correct draping procedure for Semi-Permanent Colour
Demonstrate the correct draping procedure for Demi-Permanet Colour
Demonstrate the correct draping procedure for Permanent Colour
Demonstrate the correct draping procedure for Hair Lightening
On a model, using the colour chart identify from the consultation the needs of the client in relation to hair
colouring
On a mannequin, using a checklist, the learner will demonstrate the correct colour application using the bottle
method
On a mannequin, using a performance checklist, the learner will demonstrate the correct colour application
using the Brush and Bowl Method
On a model, the leaner will identify from the consultation the needs of the client related to hair colouring.
Demonstrate correct work station set up
On a model, using a checklist, the learner will demonstrate the correct draping process
Demonstrate the correct mixture for Semi Permanent Colour
Demonstrate the correct mixture for Demi Permanent Colour
On a model, using a check list, the learner will demonstrate correct colour application
On a model, using a checklist, learner will demonstrate the correct colour removal process.
Demonstrate the correct completion of a client record card
Demonstrate the correct safety measures for using Semi and Demi-Permanent Colours
On a model, using a checklist, the learner will identify the clients natural colour levels and tones
On a model, using a checklist, the learner will identify percentage of gray
Using a colour chart, the learner will correctly identify from the consultation the needs of the client related to
permanent colour
Demonstrate correct work station set up
Demonstrate the correct mixture needed for Permanent Hair Colour
On a model, using a checklist, the learner will demonstrate the correct draping process
On a model, using a checklist, the learner will demonstrate the correct colour application for Permanent
Colour
On a model, using a checklist, the learner will demonstrate the correct removal of Permanent Hair Colour
Unit 6 : Client Records
Overview: In this unit students will be able to successfully demonstrate their knowledge of how to effectively
obtain, and maintain client records for future reference. They will successfully demonstrate proper client
consultation prior to hair colouring and permanent waving, (and be able to demonstrate the procedure
regarding client preparation, liability, and safety precautions).
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Section 6A
“Client Records for Permanent Waving”
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
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Demonstrate the correct completion of a Liability Release Form
Demonstrate the procedure for giving a patch test
Demonstrate the procedure in preparing a client liability release form.
On a model, using a performance checklist the learner will demonstrate the correct procedure for a stand test.
On a model, using a performance check list, demonstrate the correct process for a Hair and Scalp Analysis
Demonstrate the correct safety measures for Permanent Waving
Demonstrate the correct completion of a client record card.
Demonstrate the correct clean up
Section 6B
“Client Records for Colouring”
Learning Outcomes:
It is expected that the students will be able to successfully:
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Demonstrate the correct completion of a Liability Release Form
Demonstrate the procedure for giving a patch test
Identify the possible reaction of permanent waving solution on hair with Metallic Salt Dye
Demonstrate a test for Metallic Salt Dyes.
Demonstrate the procedure in preparing a client liability release form.
On a model, using a performance checklist the learner will demonstrate the correct procedure for a stand test.
On a model, using a performance check list, demonstrate the correct process for a Hair and Scalp Analysis
Demonstrate the correct safety measures for Permanent Hair Colour
Demonstrate the correct completion of a client record card.
Demonstrate the correct clean up
Instructional Component:
Instruction will consist of: interactive lectures, practical demonstrations (within a salon situation using mannequins and
live models and/or clients; viewing of related videos; note-taking; related discussion, personal testimonials,
questioning; guest speaker(s); and individual and group projects (to promote learning connections).
Teacher’s Support Material:
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A Resource for Your Cosmetology Career – Teaching Binder and Teaching DVD/video collection.
Published by Pivot Point International Inc., 1791 West Howard Street; Chicago, Illinois 60626;
1.800.886.4247
2.
Scientific Approach to Colour Design”, 1998, Pivot Point International, Inc., (Hong Kong) - 1791 West
Howard Street, Chicago, IL 60626; 1.800.886.4247
Note: The majority of this curriculum was extracted from curriculum provided for membership use by the
Cosmetology Industry Association of British Columbia’s (CIABC) regarding: Hair Colouring, Haircutting,
Blow Dry, Hairstyling and Permanent Waving, (December, 2004)
Assessment Component:
At the completion of each section, students must successfully achieve 80% or higher on a practical exam.
Students will also be assessed on their daily participation of the learning activities described in the six learning:
Upon successful completion of the six learning units of H12B, students will have a firm grounding in the
application of skills of the hairdressing fundamentals including: Trichology; Diseases and Disorders of the hair,
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scalp, and skin; Advanced Hair cutting; Introduction to Permanent Waving; Introduction to Hair Colouring; and
Client Records. Students will use self-assessment rubrics to determine their level of performance for skills that are
described in the six learning: Teacher will use a similar assessment rubric to determine students’ ability to apply
these skills.
Students will be required to complete all Readings from Salon Fundamentals ™Textbook and the assigned Salon
Fundamentals ™ Study Guide Activities
Learning Resources:
1.
Salon Fundamentals ™: Student Study Guide; Student Textbook; Teacher’s Support Material (A
Resource for Your Cosmetology Career - Teaching DVD/video collection). Published by Pivot
Point International Inc., 1791 West Howard Street; Chicago, Illinois 60626; 1.800.886.4247
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“The Keys To Creating a Successful Professional Image as a Hairdresser”; Effective
Communication Unit; Arlene Currie, Kelowna, BC, Canada.
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