The International School Of Beauty Instructor Training Program prepares students for a career as a :
Cosmetology/Barber/Manicuring/Esthetics Teacher, Supervisor, School Director, Platform Artist, Manufacturer’s Representative.
STATISTICAL CONSUMER INFORMATION
DURATION & CLASS HOURS
PAYMENT OPTIONS & FINANCING
Download the 2013 New School Catalog (PDF)
|STATISTICAL CONSUMER INFORMATION
The following statistics are based upon those students who graduated from school between July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2010.
NOTE: we had no enrolled students in the Instructor Training Program in this time period.
Currently the State of California does not offer any licensing or certification for the Instructor Training course. Students taking this course will receive a certificate of completion to use to enhance their educational qualifications presented on their resume. Please call the school registrar office at 760-674-1624 X45 for further information regarding enrollment into this limited class.
For further information regarding Cosmetology Employment visit: www.nces.ed.gov/ipeds/cipcode (Code 12-0413) to access CIP (Classification of Instructional Programs) OR http://www.onetonline.org/find (Code 25-1194.00) to access SOC (Department of Labor's Standard of Occupational Classifications)
CURRICULUM FOR INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE (600 HOURS)
The curriculum for students enrolled in an instructor training course shall consist of six-hundred (600) clock hours of technical instruction and practical operations covering all practices constituting the art of cosmetology pursuant to Section 7316 of the Barbering and Cosmetology Act. Technical instruction means instruction given by demonstration, lecture, classroom participation, or examination. Practical operation shall mean actual performance by the instructor trainee of teaching techniques and principles. It is noted that 425 hours are devoted to clinical/theory experience, which shall include all phases of being an Instructor.
TECHNICAL SUBJECT THEORY HOURS
The Cosmetology Act and the Rules and Regulations of the Bureau: 10
(A) Instructional techniques: method of instruction, lecture: Demonstration: performance: communication skills: instructional aids and the use of questions to promote learning. 40
(B) Organization techniques: 4 step teaching method:
performance objectives: and learning domains, etc. 30
(C) Lesson planning: Subject: title: outlines: development: and visual aids, etc. 60
(D) Techniques of evaluation: purpose of tests: types of tests: test administration:
Scoring: and grading, etc. 10
TO DEVELOP AN APPRECIATION OF:
- The necessity for constant effort towards achievement of professional competency as a teacher
REQUIREMENTS FOR SATISFACTORY COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE:
The successful Instructor Trainee shall have satisfactorily completed Theory and Operations required by the Bureau of Barbering & Cosmetology with an average grade of 70% or better. He or she will be awarded a diploma certifying his or her graduation. He or she shall possess a high school diploma, and shall have passed the Cosmetology Instructor licensing exam with an overall average of 75%
A student shall complete all required classroom and practical/laboratory education and training; with a grade-point average of no less than 70%, shall have paid all tuition due, will have a completed SAP evaluation and will have had an exit interview with administration.
Books: Milady’s On Becoming A Cosmetology Teacher by James K. Nighswander and A. Dan Whitley Material from Pivot Point
- Students will be tested and receive a letter grade after the completion of each theory course module
- In most instances, tests will be graded during class, immediately after the completion of the test, and after recording the results on student’s individual grade sheet, the test will be returned to student.
- Students will be tested on their Basic Practical Operations at the end of the freshmen class hours and upon evaluation by the Freshmen Class Instructor, will be approved to graduate to work on the clinic floor.
- Students will be assessed at 50% and 100% of their class attendance and receive a grade as outlined in the S.A.P. (see page 12 of this catalog)
- Students will receive a copy of their progress report upon the completion of each evaluation period.
- Overall Grades are determined on the basis of the student’s attitude and his/her ability to perform elements of the course curriculum. Approximately 25 percent of the grade will be based upon written tests, 50 percent, upon attendance and the remaining 25 percent is based upon practical performance skills.
Letter Grades are determined as follows:
90% to 100% “A” Excellent
80% to 89% “B” Good
70% to 79% “C” Average
60% to 69% “D” Needs to Retake Test
Students need to retake tests scored below 70%. 70% is the minimum requirement
Students must maintain a “C” average for successful progression and graduation. Students who meet the minimum requirements for attendance and academic progress shall be considered to be making SATISFACTORY PROGRESS until the next scheduled evaluation. Students who do not meet such requirements shall be deemed to be either (1) On Probation, or (2) Not Making Satisfactory Progress.
STUDENTS WILL BE EVALUATED AT THE END OF EACH TIME PERIOD TO DETERMINE WHETHER THIS MINIMUM STANDARD IS BEING MET. Students receiving Federal Student Aid can loose eligibility by failing to receive satisfactory progress.
Currently, at this time there is no licensing or certification offered by the State of California for instructors.