Cosmetology

COSMETOLOGY

Department of Education Career Cluster: Human Services

Program Hours: 1200

Occupational Completion Point: A

Campus Location: Flagler Palm Coast High School, 5500 E. Hwy 100, Palm Coast, FL 32164

 

Program Description

The Cosmetology program prepares students for a career in the professional care of the nails, skin, and hair. The program provides students training in the theory and practical skills that they need in the beauty industry as a licensed Cosmetologist. Students will learn the proper procedures and techniques related to nails, skin, and hair. Skills practiced in a salon atmosphere include manicures, pedicures, nail extensions, facial treatments, hair removal, waxing, make-up artistry, shampoos and sets, permanents, scalp treatments, haircuts, hair coloring, and proper sanitation.

The content also includes Florida law and Board of Cosmetology rules, ethics, human relations, sales techniques, business management, employability skills, and safe, efficient work practices.

 

Licensure/Certification

A certificate of completion is awarded to a student upon successful completion of all program requirements. Students must complete a Board of Cosmetology approved 4-Hour HIV/AIDS course before the certificate is awarded. Students must complete an application with the Board of Cosmetology on the Department of Business & Professional Regulation’s (DBPR) website and pass the Florida State Board of Cosmetology examination in order to work as a cosmetologist. (Fees for the Board of Cosmetology Application and State Board Exam are included in the cost of the program.)

Board of Cosmetology website

 

Careers

Career information can be found at www.onetonline.org Below is information on some of the occupations in Cosmetology (CIP Code [6 digit]: 12.0401)

Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists-39-5012.00 Manicurists and Pedicurists-39-5092.00

Skincare Specialists-39-5094.00

Makeup Artists, Theatrical and Performance-39-5091.00

 


FACIAL SPECIALTY

Department of Education Career Cluster: Human Services

Program Hours: 260

Occupational Completion Point: A

Campus Location: Flagler Palm Coast High School, 5500 E. Hwy 100, Palm Coast, FL 32164

 

Program Description

The Facials Specialty program prepares students for a career in the professional care of the skin. The program provides students training in scientific principles and fundamentals related to the structure and function of the skin, bacteriology, sanitation procedures, chemistry, and electricity. Students will receive instructions on basic facials, skin analysis and protocols, massage techniques during facial manipulations, hair removal, color theory, make-up application, lash application, and brow and lash tinting.

The content also includes Florida law and Board of Cosmetology rules, ethics, human relations, sales techniques, business management, employability skills, and safe, efficient work practices.

 

Licensure/Certification

A certificate of completion is awarded to a student upon successful completion of all program requirements. Students must complete a Board of Cosmetology approved 4-Hour HIV/AIDS course before the certificate is awarded. Students must complete an application with the Board of Cosmetology on the Department of Business & Professional Regulation’s (DBPR) website for their specialty registration in order to work as a Facial Specialist. (Fees for the application are included in the cost of the program.)  Board of Cosmetology website

 

Careers

Career information can be found at www.onetonline.org Below is information on the Aesthetician/Esthetician and Skin Care Specialist occupation. (CIP Code [6 digit]: 12.0409) Skincare Specialists-39-5094.00

 


NAIL SPECIALTY

Department of Education Career Cluster: Human Services

Program Hours: 240

Occupational Completion Point: A

Campus Location: Flagler Palm Coast High School, 5500 E. Hwy 100, Palm Coast, FL 32164

 

Program Description

The Nail Specialty program prepares students for a career in the professional care and beautification of the nails, hands, and feet. The program provides students training in scientific principles and fundamentals related to the structure and function of the nails, as well as the safety and sanitation required to perform services in the professional world. Students will learn proper procedures in the art of performing manicures and pedicures, adding nail extensions, and techniques in nail artistry.

The content also includes Florida law and Board of Cosmetology rules, ethics, human relations, sales techniques, business management, employability skills, and safe, efficient work practices.

 

Licensure/Certification

A certificate of completion is awarded to a student upon successful completion of all program requirements. Students must complete a Board of Cosmetology approved 4-Hour HIV/AIDS course before the certificate is awarded. Students must complete an application with the Board of Cosmetology on the Department of Business & Professional Regulation’s (DBPR) website for their specialty registration in order to work as a Nail Specialist. (Fees for the application are included in the cost of the program.)  Board of Cosmetology website

 

Careers

Career information can be found at www.onetonline.org Below is information on the Nail Technician/Specialist and Manicurist occupation. (CIP Code [6 digit]: 12.0410) Manicurists and Pedicurists-39-5092.00