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COSMETOLOGY TASK LIST

LEVEL ONE

 

NAME:___________________________

 

START DATE:_____________________

 

 

ORIENTATION

 

A-300-02 CLASSROOM RULES

 

A-300-03 GRADING POLICY

 

A-300-04 DEFINE AND LIST STATEREGULATED HOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR COSMETOLOGY CAREERS AND PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

 

A-300-05 DISCUSS LAWS PERTAINING TO LICENSING

 

VOCATIONAL SAFETY

 

B-301-01 GENERAL SAFETY 


B-301-02 FIRST AID 


B-301-03 FIRE SAFETY 


B-301-03A DEMONSTRATE FIRE DRILL 


B-301-03B DEMONSTRATE CODE RED DRILL 


B-301-03C DEMONSTRATE SEVERE WEATHER DRILL 

 

TEAM BUILDING/PEOPLE SKILLS


B-301-03D PERSONALITY INVENTORY

 

 B-301-03E AWARENESS EXERCISE 

 

B-301-03F STORY TELLING EXERCISE 

 

B-301-03G COMPLEMENTING EXERCISE 

 

B-301-03H 

 

B-301-03I 

 

B-301-03J 

 

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

 

B-300-02 DEFINE PUBLIC AND PERSONAL HYGIENE

 

B-300-03 LIST THE BENEFITS OF GOOD POSTURE, HEALTH, APPEARANCE, AND PHYSICAL WELL BEING

 

B-300-04 DEFINE PERSONALITY

 

B-300-05 LIST GOOD PERSONAL QUALITIES TO DEVELOP

 

B-300-06 LIST GOOD AND BAD TOPICS OF CONVERSATION

 

B-300-07 DEFINE PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

 

RIGHT TO KNOW

 

B-302-01 IDENTIFY THE WORKPLACE NOTICE

 

B-302-02 NAME THE 5 BASIC COMPONENTS OF THE PA RIGHT TO KNOW LEGISLATION

 

B-302-03 EXPLAIN THE COMPONENTS OF THE HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE SURVEY FORM

 

B-302-04 IDENTIFY THE MEANING OF THE COLORS USED IN THE LABELING SYSTEM

 

B-302-05 DEMONSTRATE READING THE CHART TO DETERMINE PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT TO BE WORN

 

B-302-06 EXPLAIN HOW TO OBTAIN A MSDS

 

B-302-07 IDENTIFY LOCATIONS OF THE MAIN COMPONENTS OF AN MSDS

 

BACTERIOLOGY

 

B-303-02 DEFINE BACTERIA, BACTERIOLOGY, PATHOGENIC, AND NON PATHOGENIC

 

B-303-03 LIST THE TYPES OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA

 

B-303-04 EXPLAIN THE ACTIVE AND VEGETATIVE STAGES OF BACTERIA AND BACTERIA'S ABILITY TO MOVE

 

B-303-05 DEFINE GENERAL INFECTION, LOCAL INFECTION, IMMUNITY, AND HUMAN DISEASE CARRIER

 

INFECTION CONTROL

 

B-304-01 DEFINE SANITATION, STERILIZATION, DISINFECTION, AND FUMIGANT

 

B-304-02 EXPLAIN AND DEMONSTRATE HOW TO PREPARE A WET SANITIZER AND A DRY SANITIZER

 

B-304-03 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO USE THE ULTRA VIOLET RAY SANITIZER

 

B-304-04   LIST 5 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO FOLLOW WHEN WORKING WITH DISINFECTANTS

 

MANICURING

 

C-300-03 INTRODUCTION TO MANICURING

 

C-300-04 IDENTIFY A DIAGRAM OF THE STRUCTURE OF THE NAIL AND VARIOUS SHAPES OF THE NAIL

 

C-300-05 DISTINGUISH BETWEEN A NAIL DISORDER AND A NAIL DISEASE

 

C-300-06 RECOGNIZE 4 NAIL SHAPES

 

C-300-07 DEFINE MANICURING

 

C-300-08 LIST THE NAIL TECHNICIAN'S QUALIFICATIONS

 

C-300-09   DISTINGUISH BETWEEN AND EXPLAIN THE SAFE USE OF THE VARIOUS EQUIPMENT, IMPLEMENTS, AND COSMETICS USED

 

C-300-10 DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN 4 TYPES OF MANICURES

 

C-300-11 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO SET UP A MANICURE TABLE

 

C-300-12 GIVE A PLAIN MANICURE

 

C-300-13 LIST AND DEMONSTRATE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO FOLLOW

 

C-300-14 DEMONSTRATE AN OIL MANICURE

 

C-300-15 DEMONSTRATE A MANICURE WITH HAND AND ARM MASSAGE

 

C-300-16 DEMONSTRATE A PEDICURE

 

C-300-17 NAIL ART: SHOW LUNULA POLISH

 

C-300-18 NAIL ART: DO FRENCH MANICURE POLISH

 

C-300-19 EXPLAIN NAIL ART THEORY

 
   
   

THE SKIN

 

D-300-01 DISCUSS THE HISTORY OF SKIN CARE AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

 

D-300-02 LIST THE LAYERS OF THE SKIN, NERVES, GLANDS, AND THEIR FUNCTIONS

 

D-300-03 DISTINGUISH BETWEEN SKIN DISORDERS AND DISEASES

 

D-300-04 IDENTIFY A DIAGRAM OF THE SKIN AND ITS STRUCTURES

 

FACIALS

 

D-301-02 DEFINE MASSAGE

 

D-301-03 GIVE THE PURPOSE FOR A MASSAGE, AREAS OF MASSAGE, AND WHEN NOT TO GIVE A MASSAGE

 

D-301-04 LIST AND EXPLAIN DIFFERENT MASSAGE MOVEMENTS

 

D-301-05 LIST THE PURPOSE FOR A FACIAL, TYPES , AND BENEFITS

 

D-301-06 DISTINGUISH BETWEEN A PACK AND A MASK

 

D-301-07 DEMONSTRATE A PLAIN FACIAL WITH A MASK

 

D-301-08 COMPLETE A SKIN CARE RECORD CARD

 

D-301-09 LIST SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO FOLLOW WHEN GIVING A FACIAL

 

HAIR REMOVAL

 

D-302-01 DEFINE HAIR REMOVAL TERMINOLOGY

 

D-302-02 GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF A PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY METHOD OF HAIR REMOVAL

 

D-302-03 LIST AND EXPLAIN DEPILATORIES, WAXING, AND HAIR LIGHTENING

 

D-302-04 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO SAFELY APPLY AND REMOVE A DEPILATORY

 

D-302-05 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO SAFELY APPLY AND REMOVE HOT WAX

 

D-302-06 LIST SAFETY RULES TO FOLLOW TO PREVENT INJURY TO THE CLIENT

 

MAKEUP

 

D-303-01 DEFINE THE PURPOSE OF MAKEUP AND THE VARIOUS TYPES

 

D-303-02 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO DRAPE FOR A MAKEUP APPLICATION

 

D-303-03 LIST AND EXPLAIN THE 3 STEPS TO PREPARING THE SKIN FOR MAKEUP

 

D-303-04 DESCRIBE THE BRUSHES AND TOOLS USED FOR APPLYING MAKEUP

 

D-303-05 EXPLAIN AND DEMONSTRATE HOW TO DETERMINE AN EYEBROW ARCH

 

D-303-06A LIST AND EXPLAIN THE STEPS TO FOUNDATION

 

D-303-06B LIST AND EXPLAIN THE STEPS TO EYE MAKEUP

 

D-303-06C EXPLAIN AND DEMONSTRATE LIP MAKEUP TECHNIQUES

 

D-303-07 DEMONSTRATE A FACIAL WITH MAKEUP

 

D-303-08 COMPLETE A  SKIN CARE RECORD CARD

 

D-303-09 LIST SAFETY RULES TO FOLLOW TO PREVENT  INJURY TO THE CLIENT

 

PROPERTIES OF THE HAIR AND SCALP

 

E-300-02 DEFINE TRICHOLOGY

 

E-300-03 LIST THE FUNCTIONS OF THE HAIR AND WHERE IT IS NOT FOUND ON THE BODY

 

E-300-04 IDENTIFY A DIAGRAM OF THE HAIR AND STRUCTURE ASSOCIATED WITH THE HAIR ROOT

 

E-300-05 LIST 3 TYPES OF HAIR FOUND ON THE BODY

 

E-300-06 LIST THE 3 HAIR GROWTH STRUCTURES

 

E-300-07 DESCRIBE THE SHAPE OF HAIR, A WHORL AND A COWLICK

 

E-300-08 LIST 8 FACTS THAT INFLUENCE HAIR GROWTH

 

E-300-09 DISTINGUISH BETWEEN A SCALP DISORDER AND DISEASE

 

E-300-10 DEFINE TEXTURE, POROSITY, ELASTICITY, DENSITY, AND LUBRICITY

 

E-300-11 DEMONSTRATE HAIR ANALYSIS

 

DRAPING

 

E-301-01 DEFINE THE PURPOSE FOR DRAPING

 

E-301-02 LIST THE PREPARATION STEPS FOR PROPER DRAPING

 

E-301-03 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO DRAPE FOR A WET SERVICE

 

E-301-04 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO DRAPE THE CLIENT FOR A CHEMICAL SERVICE

 

E-301-05 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FOR A CHEMICAL SERVICE

 

E-301-06 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO DRAPE FOR A COMB-OUT

 

E-301-07 EXPLAIN HOW TO CARE FOR CAPES

 

E-301-08 EXPLAIN HOW TO CARE FOR PERSONAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT; GLOVES, GOGGLES, COLOR APRON

 

SHAMPOOS, RINSES, & CONDITIONERS

 

E-302-03 EXPLAIN THE PH SCALE

 

E-302-04 EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE FOR SHAMPOOING, HOW OFTEN HAIR SHOULD BE SHAMPOOED, HOW TO SELECT THE PROPER SHAMPOO, AND  SHAMPOO CONSIDERATIONS

 

E-302-05 LIST AND DESCRIBE  DIFFERENT TYPES OF SHAMPOO

 

E-302-06 EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE OF HAIR RINSES

 

E-302-07 EXPLAIN THE FUNCTION, ORIGIN, AND TYPES OF CONDITIONERS, MOISTURIZERS, LIQUID TOOLS, AND WHY HAIR DAMAGE OCCURS

 

E-302-08 DEMONSTRATE THE USE OF THE PH SCALE TO DETERMINE THE PH OF SHAMPOOS AND CONDITIONERS

 

E-302-09 LIST THE PURPOSE OF BRUSH-ING, TIMES NOT TO BRUSH, AND  TYPES OF BRUSHES AND COMBS

 

E-302-10 EXPLAIN AND DEMONSTRATE BRUSHING FOR A SHAMPOO

 

E-303-11 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO CLEAN AND DISINFECT COMBS, BRUSHES AND SHAMPOO BOWLS

 

E-302-12 DEMONSTRATE A PLAIN SHAMPOO

 

E-302-13 LIST AND DEMONSTRATE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO FOLLOW

 

SCALP/CONDITIONING TREATMENTS

 

E-303-01 LIST THE PURPOSE, BENEFITS, AND WHEN NOT TO GIVE A SCALP TREATMENT

 

E-303-02 IDENTIFY MASSAGE MOVEMENTS USED DURING A SCALP TREATMENT

 

E-303-03 EXPLAIN AND DEMONSTRATE SCALING AND PROFESSIONAL BRUSHING

 

E-303-04 DEMONSTRATE A SCALP TREATMENT

 

E-303-05 DEMONSTRATE A CORRECTIVE TREATMENT FOR DANDRUFF

 

E-303-06 FAMILIARIZE STUDENTS ABOUT THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SCALP TREATMENTS AND EQUIPMENT USED

 

BRAIDING

 

F-300-02 SINGLE STRAND ROPE KNOT 1-1

 

F-300-03 SINGLE STRAND SCALP ROPE V2-1

 

F-300-04 SINGLE STRAND ROPE V 3-1

 

F-300-05 2 STRAND ROPE & KNOT  4-1

 

F-300-06 2 STRAND HAIRLINE SCALP ROPE 5-1

 

F-300-07 2 STRAND OVERLAP 7-1

 

F-300-08 STRAND OVERLAP REVERSE7-2

 

F-300-09 2 STRAND ASYMMETRICALOVERLAP 7-3

 

F-300-10 ASYMMETRICAL 3 STRAND BRAID  8-1

 

F-300-11 ASYMMETRICAL 3 STRAND BRAID  8-3

 

F-300-12 ASYMMETRICAL 3 STRAND BRAID  8-4

 

F-300-13 OVER-BRAIDING INVERTED BRAID  9-1

 

F-300-14 UNDER-BRAIDING PROJECTED BRAID 10-1

 

F-300-15 CORN ROWING

 

WET HAIR STYLING WITH ROLLERS

 

F-301-03 LIST AND DESCRIBE THE TOOLS USED IN ROLLER HAIR STYLING

 

F-301-04 LIST THE STEPS TO A SET

 

F-301-05 EXPLAIN AND SET STRAIGHT VOLUME ROLLER CONTROLS

 

F-301-06 LIST THE STEPS TO A COMB-OUT

 

F-301-07 DEFINE BACKCOMBING, VOLUME AND INDENTATION BACK-COMBING, STACKING AND SHIFTING

 

F-301-08 COMB OUT STRAIGHT VOLUME ROLLER CONTROLS USING BACK-COMBING

 

F-301-09 SET AND COMB OUT A BASIC SET

 

F-301-10 SET AND COMB OUT A SET TO THE FACE

 

F-301-11 SET AND COMB OUT A SET TO THE BACK OF THE HEAD

 

F-301-12 SET AND COMB OUT CLASSIC DESIGN I

 

F-301-13 SET AND COMB OUT CLASSIC DESIGN II

 

F-301-14 SET AND COMB OUT CLASSIC DESIGN V

 

WET HAIR STYLING WITH PINCURLS

 

F-302-03 NAME THE PARTS OF A PIN CURL

 

F-302-04 DESCRIBE AND DEMONSTRATE CURL MOBILITY

 

F-302-05 EXPLAIN CURL AND STEM DIRECTION

 

F-302-06 LIST THE SHAPINGS AND BASES USED FOR PIN CURLS

 

F-302-07 DEMONSTRATE A BARREL PIN CURL

 

F-302-08 SET AND COMB OUT A BASIC SET

 

F-302-09 SET AND COMB OUT A SET TO THE FACE

 

F-302-10 SET AND COMB OUT A SET TO THE BACK OF THE HEAD

 

THERMAL HAIR STYLING

 

F-303-02 DEMONSTRATE BLOW DRY STYLING

 
   
   

F-303-03 LIST SAFETY RULES TO FOLLOW WHEN BLOW-DRY STYLING TO PREVENT INJURY TO CLIENTS

 

F-303-04 DEFINE THERMAL WAVING

 

F-303-05 LIST THE PARTS OF AND TYPES OF THERMAL IRONS

 

F-303-06 DESCRIBE 3 TYPES OF CURLS MADE WITH THERMAL IRONS

 

F-303-07 LIST SAFETY RULES TO FOLLOW TO PREVENT INJURIES

 

F-303-08 SET AND COMB OUT BASIC SET

 

F-303-09 SET AND COMB OUT A SET TO THE FACE

 

F-303-10 SET AND COMB OUT A SET TO THE BACK OF THE HEAD

 

FINGER WAVING

 

F-304-02 EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE, PARTS, AND TYPES OF FINGER WAVING

 

F-304-03 DEMONSTRATE A HORIZONTAL FINGER WAVE ON THE VERTICAL

 

F-304-04 DEMONSTRATE A SIDE PART, HORIZONTAL FINGER WAVE

 

F-304-05 DEMONSTRATE A HORIZONTAL FINGER WAVE ON THE ENTIRE HEAD

 

THERMAL HAIR STRAIGHTENING

 

F-305-01 LIST THE TOOLS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL HAIR PRESSING

 

F-305-02 EXPLAIN THE ANALYZING STEPS USED ON THE CLIENT'S HAIR AND SCALP PRIOR TO A HAIR PRESS

 

F-305-03 EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SOFT, MEDIUM, AND HARD PRESS

 

F-305-04 DEMONSTRATE A SOFT, MEDIUM, AND HARD PRESS

 

F-305-05 NAME AND GIVE EXAMPLES OF THE 2 TYPES OF INJURIES

 

F-305-06 LIST THE SAFETY PRECAUT-IONS OBSERVED IN HAIR PRESSING

 

HAIR SHAPING

 

G-300-01 DEVELOP A HAIR CUTTING PHOTO ALBUM SHOWING SOLID, GRADUATED, UNIFORM, AND INCREASE

 

G-300-02 IDENTIFY THE LINES OF THE CELESTIAL AXIS, AND DISTINGUISH BETWEEN OBLATE AND PROLATE

 

G-300-03 DISCUSS THE SCIENTIFIC AND BIOLOGICAL INFLUENCES

 

G-300-04 DEFINE AND IDENTIFY PROJECTION, NATURAL FALL PROJECTION, NORMALPROJECTION, AND PROJECTION ANGLE

 

G-300-05 DESCRIBE FORM LINE

 

G-300-06 SHOW AND EXPLAIN 2 TYPES OF TEXTURE

 

G-300-07 LIST, DRAW, AND IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURES OF TEXTURE

 

G-300-07A LIST, DRAW AND IDENTIFY DIRECTION

 

G-300-08 EXPLAIN AND SHOW THE CREST LINE AND ITS INFLUENCE

 

G-300-08A DEFINE UPSPHERE AND DOWNSPHERE

 

G-300-09 IDENTIFY AND EXPLAIN HOW TO SAFELY USE DIFFERENT HAIR SHAPING TOOLS

 

G-300-10 DEMONSTRATE HOLDING SHEARS AND SHEARS AND COMB

 

G-300-11 LIST SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT INJURY TO CLIENTS AND YOURSELF

 

G-300-12 LIST 3 STEPS TO PREPARING THE HAIR

 

G-300-13 DEMONSTRATE CUTTING  LINES ON THE CELESTIAL AXIS USING SHEARS

 

G-300-14 DEMONSTRATE HOLDING THE RAZOR AND CHANGING THE BLADE

 

G-300-15 LIST SAFETY RULES TO FOLLOW WHEN USING THE RAZOR TO PREVENT INJURIES TO CLIENTS AND YOURSELF

 

G-300-16 DEMONSTRATE CUTTING  LINES OF THE CELESTIAL AXIS USING THE RAZOR

 

G-300-17 DESCRIBE AND DEMONSTRATE SOLID FORM, USING THE RAZOR AND SHEARS

 

G-300-18 DESCRIBE THE DIAGONAL LINES USED IN HAIR CUTTING AND NAME THE HAIR CUTS THEY CREATE

 

G-300-19 IDENTIFY AND DEFINE GRADUATION, RIDGE LINE, WEIGHT LINE, AND WEIGHT AREA

 

G-300-20 EXPLAIN LINE OF INCLINATION AND INFLUENCE ON THE CREST AREA

 

G-300-21 DEMONSTRATE POSITION PRESSURE, AND  PROJECTION GRADUATION TECHNIQUES

 

G-300-21A DEMONSTRATE PRESSURE

 

G-300-21B DEMONSTRATE PROJECTION GRADUTION TECHNIQUES

 

G-300-22 LIST AND EXPLAIN THE TYPES OF LAYERING, BLENDING, AND CROSS- CHECKING

 

G-300-23 DEMONSTRATE CONVERSION LAYERING

 

G-300-24 DEMONSTRATE UNIFORM LAYERING

 

G-300-25 LIST AND EXPLAIN THE STEPS TO A HAIRCUT

 

G-300-26 DEMONSTRATE TAPERING, SLITHERING, BEVELING, AND PRUNING USING THE SHEARS, THINNING SHEARS, AND/OR RAZOR

 

PERMANENT WAVING

 

H-300-03 DISCUSS THE HISTORY OF PERMANENT WAVING

 

H-300-03A EXPLAIN THECHEMISTRY OF HAIR

 

H-300-03B DESCRIBE THE CHEMISTRY OF PERMANENT WAVES

 

H-300-04 LIST THE MAIN INGREDIENTS FOUND IN WAVING LOTION AND NEUTRALIZERS

 

H-300-05 DESCRIBE STEPS USED IN ANALYZING THE HAIR BEFORE GIVING A PERMANENT WAVE

 

H-300-06 LIST TIMES WHEN NOT TO GIVE A PERMANENT WAVE

 

H-300-07 IDENTIFY VARIOUS PERM RODS AND TYPES OF CURLS THEY CREATE

 

H-300-08 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO APPLY END WRAPS, PROPERLY WIND AND WRAP THE HAIR, POSITION OF THE ROD, AND PLACEMENT OF THE BAND

 

H-300-09 DEMONSTRATE HOW TO APPLY WAVING LOTION, TAKE A TEST CURL, AND APPLY THE NEUTRALIZER

 

H-300-10 DEMONSTRATE A 9-BLOCK SECTION

 

H-300-11 PERFORM A PERM WAVE

 

H-300-12 LIST SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO FOLLOW TO PREVENT INJURY TO CLIENTS AND YOURSELF

 

H-300-13 FILL OUT A RECORD CARD

 

H-300-14 DISCUSS PERM WAVING SPECIAL PROBLEMS

 

CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXING

 

H-301-01 DEFINE THE HISTORY AND PURPOSE OF CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXING

 

H-301-02 LIST THE PRODUCTS, THEIR INGREDIENTS, AND CHEMICAL REACTIONS

 

H-301-03 LIST THE INGREDIENT FOUND IN CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXING

 

H-301-04 EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MILD, REGULAR, AND SUPER STRENGTH RELAXERS

 

H-301-05 EXPLAIN AND DEMONSTRATE HOW TO ANALYZE HAIR AND SCALP BEFORE APPLYING ANY CHEMICAL RELAXER

 

H-301-06 DEMONSTRATE A CHEMICAL RELAXER

 

h-301-07 FILL OUT  RECORD CARDS

 

H-301-08 LIST SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO FOLLOW WHEN APPLYING RELAXERS

 

H-301-09 DEMONSTRATE A CHEMICAL RELAXER RETOUCH

 

CURL REFORMATION

 

H-302-01 DEFINE CURL REFORMATION

 

H-302-02 LIST THE PRODUCTS AND STEPS USED IN A CURL REFORMATION

 

H-302-03 EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE IN MILD, REGULAR, AND SUPER STRENGTH CURL RE-ARRANGERS

 

H-302-04 DEMONSTRATE A PROCEDURE FOR A CURL REFORMATION

 

H-302-05 GIVE  SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR A CURL REFORMATION

 

H-302-06 COMPLETE A RECORD CARD

 

HAIR COLORING

 

I-300-02 DRAW AND UTILIZE THE COLOR WHEEL

 

I-300-03 DISCUSS THE HISTORY AND  LIST THE CATEGORIES OF HAIR COLORING

 

I-300-04 GIVE  EXAMPLES, ADVANTAGES, AND DISADVANTAGES OF TEMPORARY RINSES

 

I-300-05 EXPLAIN AND DEMONSTRATE HOW TO APPLY A TEMPORARY RINSE

 

I-300-06 EXPLAIN AND DEMONSTRATE HOW TO GIVE A PATCH TEST AND A STRAND TEST

 

I-300-07 DISCUSS ANALYZING OF THE HAIR AND SCALP AND CLIENT CONSULTATION

 

I-300-08 DISCUSS THE TIMES WHEN YOU WOULD NOT APPLY COLOR

 

I-300-09 EXPLAIN THE CHEMISTRY OF SEMI-PERMANENT COLOR

 

I-300-10 DEMONSTRATE AND EXPLAIN HOW TO APPLY SEMI-PERM COLOR

 

I-300-11 LIST USES AND  FORMS OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

 

I-300-12 LIST  CLASSIFICATIONS OF PERMANENT COLOR

 

I-300-13 LIST USES,  ADVANTAGES, DISADVANTAGES, AND OTHER NAMES FOR PERMANENT COLOR

 

I-300-14 EXPLAIN THE CHEMISTRY OF PERMANENT HAIR COLOR

 

I-300-15 DEMONSTRATE AND EXPLAIN A TINT DARKER PROCEDURE

 

I-300-16 LIST SAFETY RULES TO FOLLOW WHEN WORKING WITH COLOR TO PREVENT INJURY TO CLIENTS

 

I-300-17 FILL OUT COLOR RECORD CARDS

 

I-300-18 DEMONSTRATE AND EXPLAIN A TINT LIGHTER PROCEDURE

 

I-300-19 DEMONSTRATE AND EXPLAIN A TINT RETOUCH PROCEDURE INCLUDING A SHAMPOO CAP

 

I-300-20 EXPLAIN LINE OF DEMARCATION

 

I-300-21 DEFINE HAIR LIGHTENING

 

I-300-22 LIST THE MAIN INGREDIENT, PURPOSES, AND  STAGES OF HAIR LIGHTENING

 

I-300-23 LIST AND EXPLAIN HOW TO MIX DIFFERENT TYPES OF BLEACHES

 

I-300-24 MAKE A POSTER SHOWING THE STAGES OF HAIR LIGHTENING

 

I-300-25 DEMONSTRATE AND EXPLAIN A VIRGIN BLEACH (COLOR TREATMENT) PROCEDURE ON THE VERTICAL

 

I-300-26 DESCRIBE THE CHEMISTRY OF A TONER

 

I-300-27 DEMONSTRATE AND EXPLAIN THE APPLICATION OF A TONER ON THE VERTICAL (PRELIMINARY TREATMENT)

 

I-300-28 DEMONSTRATE AND EXPLAIN THE APPLICATION OF A BLEACH RETOUCH

 

I-300-29 DEMONSTRATE AND EXPLAIN THE APPLICATION OF A TONER RETOUCH

 

I-300-30 DESCRIBE THE FUNCTION, PURPOSE, AND THINGS TO BE CONSIDERED BEFORE GIVING A FROSTING, TIPPING, OR STREAKING

 

I-300-31 DEMONSTRATE AND EXPLAIN THE PROCEDURE FOR A FROST

 

I-300-32 LIST THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO FOLLOW WHEN WORKING WITH BLEACH

 

I-300-33 FILL OUT RECORD CARDS

 

J-300-01 LIST THE OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES

 

J-300-02 DEMONSTRATE AN OPENING AND CLOSING CEREMONY

 

J-300-03 SK-1 IDENTIFY PERSONAL INTERESTS

 

J-300-04 SK-2 ENGAGE IN A TEAM NEGOTIATION ACTIVITY

 

J-300-05 SK-3 IDENTIFY EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS

 

J-300-06 SK-4 DESCRIBE WORKPLACE COMPONENTS

 

J-300-07 SK-5 DESIGN, CONDUCT, AND EVALUATE A SURVEY

 

J-300-08 SK-6 RECOGNIZE STRESS FACTORS

 

J-300-09 SK-7 IDENTIFY PERSONAL QUALITIES THAT ARE DESIRABLE IN THE WORKPLACE

 

J-300-10 SK-8 RECOGNIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF GOALS

 

J-300-11 SK-9 PRODUCE A LIST OF POTENTIAL VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES

 

J-300-12 SK-10 EVALUATE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAITS

 

J-300-13 1.1 COMPLETE A SELF ASSESSMENT AND IDENTIFY INDIVIDUAL LEARNING STYLES

 

J-300-14 1.2 DISCOVER SELF-MOTIVATION TECHNIQUES AND ESTABLISH SHORT TERM GOALS

 

J-300-15 1.3 DETERMINE INDIVIDUAL TIME-MANAGEMENT SKILLS

 

J-300-16 1.4 DEFINE FUTURE OCCUPATIONS

 

J-300-17 1.5 DEFINE AWARENESS OF CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND EQUITY ISSUES

 

J-300-18 1.6 RECOGNIZE BENEFITS OF DOING COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS

 

J-300-19 1.7 DEMONSTRATE EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION WITH OTHERS

 

J-300-20 1.8 PARTICIPATE IN A SHADOWING ACTIVITY

 

J-300-21 1.9 IDENTIFY COMPONENTS OF AN EMPLOYMENT PORTFOLIO

 

J-300-22 1.10 DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN PROGRAM COMPETENCIES