Cosmetology Instructor Training

Continuing Education

 

36 Weeks/12 Clock Hours Theory Observation/68 Clock Hours Skill Observation/670 Clock Hours Education Skills

 

In order to participate in the program, participants would need to meet the following criteria:

1. Must not be less than 21 years of age.

2. Two (2) years of experience working in the field as a licensed cosmetologist.

3. Must have a high school diploma or GED.

4. Must score 18 out of 25 points on interview screen with the Director of Cosmetology, or designee.

5. Must be a graduate of an accredited cosmetology school and present an official transcript.

6. Must hold a current, valid Mississippi cosmetology license.

7. Must pass all “mock services” competency checks with satisfactory scores.

 

In addition to completing the 750 hour Instructor Training program, the following are requirement is necessary to satisfy State Board requirements:

12 Semester hours of College (hours must be approved by the Board of Cosmetology)

 

Note:  Enrollment in this program is contingent on the current cosmetology enrollment. Students participating in this program may serve as a teaching assistant to students attending DTC, under the supervision of a licensed cosmetology instructor. 

 

There is no job placement for this program.

 

The Cosmetology Instructor Training Program gives a licensed cosmetologist the opportunity to expand their professional options by receiving entry-level training to become an instructor.  Instructors will be trained on how to educate in the related areas of hair, nail, and skin care through the use of teaching methods to achieve learner results with a comprehension of effective student evaluation and testing.  The instructors will be prepared with the understanding of student characteristics, dynamics, and diversity which will prepare them to teach diverse learning styles and develop a dynamic program of study with teaching aids.  Upon meeting graduation requirements of the Cosmetology Instructor program, the student is entitled to a Cosmetolgoy Instructor diploma.

 

COI 101 Theory Observation

12 clock hours

This course the student will observe licensed cosmetology instructor in a study of theory classroom implementing all master educator skills such as proper use of educational aids for classroom management.

 

COI 102 Skill Observation

68 clock hours

Observation will be done by the student instructor of mock instruction of hair, skin, and nail services being given by licensed instructor of Cosmetology program to students enrolled in study of cosmetology.

 

COI 103 The Professional Teacher

50 clock hours

History of teaching and profile of a master educator being an emphasis as well as the personality, characteristics, and technical knowledge.

 

COI 104 Student Motivation and Learning

31 clock hours

Study of various types of relationships necessary to function as educator and be able to identify basic needs common to learners today.

 

COI 105 Methods, Management, and Materials

82 clock hours

Developing and using educational aids, teaching skills and presentation techniques.  Course will provide comprehensive to control classroom professionalism while keeping a dynamic clinic for industry needs.

 

COI 106 Testing and Evaluation

5 clock hours

Course will provide an understanding of the purpose of grading and categories of grading.  It will also explain the purpose and use of various scales and performance type grading.

 

LAW 101 MS Rules and Regulations

8 clock hours

The study of Mississippi State Board of Cosmetology laws, rules and regulations; which governs the cosmetology industry.

 

COI 203 The Professional Teacher

57 clock hours

This course will provide a history of teaching and profile of a master educator being an emphasis as well as the personality, characteristics and technical knowledge.  It will also provide an understanding of the steps in the curriculum development process.

 

COI 204 Student Motivation and Learing

34 clock hours

Study of various types of relationships necessary to function as educator and will be able to identify basic needs common to learners today.

 

COI 205 Methods, Management and Materials

125 clock hours

Developing and using educational aids, teaching skills and presentation techniques.  Course will provide comprehension to control classroom professionalism while keeping a dynamic clinic for industry needs.  Identify the specific technical skills needed for entry level practitioners.

 

COI 206 Testing and Evaluation

30 clock hours

Course will provide an understanding of the purpose of grading and categories of grading.  It will also explain the purpose and use of various scales and performance type grading.  In addition this course will provide understanding for the importance of facilitating learning for all student regardless of abilities.

 

COI 303 The Professional Teacher

60 clock hours

This course will provide a history of teaching and profile of a master educator being an emphasis as well as the personality, characteristics and technical knowledge.  It will also provide an understanding of the steps in the curriculm development process.  In addition to the above course will provide an understanding of the dynamic clinic for students to achieve habits of success to contribute to their work ethics.

 

COI 304 Student Motivation and Learing

40 clock hours

Study of various types of relationships necessary to function as educator and will be able to identify basic needs common to learners today.  After this course you will know the value and advantages of lesson planning and component of a lesson plan.

 

COI 305 Methods, Management and Materials

120 clock hours

Developing and using educational aids, teaching skills and presentation techniques.  Course will provide comprehension to control classroom professionalism while keeping a dynamic clinic for industry needs.  Identify the specific technical skills needed for entry level practitioners.  In addition the student will be able to identify components of a powerful presentation and the importance of effective questioning and reinforcement during a lesson.

 

COI 306 Testing and Evaluation

26 clock hours

Course will provide an understanding of the purpose of grading and categories of grading.  It will also explain the purpose and use of various scales and performance type grading.  In addition this course will provide understanding for the importance of facilitating learning for all students regardless of abilities.

 

This course is offered as continuing education/professional development courses only.  Students completing these courses will not receive any credit which can be used toward other certificate or degree programs offered by Delta Technical College.  The courses, while they may be a dissected piece of the curriculum, are not reviewed by the ACCSC as the full courses are.  This course is not within the scope of the ACCSC accreditation.