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1500 HOUR COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM
Students learn through classroom lecture, interactive demonstrations and operating our industry current salon. Students will complete 408 hours of classroom and 1,092 hours of clinical training during this 17-month extensive hands-on program which prepares students for the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology Exam/License. Work Keys scores and enrollment deposit required.

1800 HOUR MANAGING COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM
Students who have completed a Cosmetology program equivalent of 1,500 hours with a minimum passing grade of 82% are eligible to take the Cosmetology Manager's Course. Students learn salon setup, operations and ownership throught classroom lecture, lab and field exercises. Students will complete 210 Clinic hours and 90 non-clinic hours which prepare students for the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology Manager's License.

Manager's Course can be taken separately if entrance requirements are met.


Students complete 150 hours of internship off-site under the supervision of a salon manager.
Melinda Williams
Coordinator
State Board
Certified Instructor



Cosmetology Courses:

  • Sanitation/Bacteriology/Rules and Laws
    Learn, explain and demonstrate understanding of Federal and State Laws and Rules pertaining to Infection Control and Salon Disinfection.

  • Scalp Care/Anatomy
    Understand the anatomy of the scalp and its functions. Students must be able to recognize the difference between normal and what is considered to be abnormal and determine specific treatments and or services.

  • Hair Coloring
    Students will gain an in-depth understanding of color theory, choosing the proper product, application, and color correction.

  • Hair Styling and Cutting
    Learn to cut and style hair with a wide variety of various tools, techniques, and products.

  • Chemical Hair Texture Services
    Students will understand and preform hair services that cause a chemical change that will permanently alter the hair's natural wave pattern. Students will be able to analyze and select the appropriate treatments.

  • Nail Care
    Students will obtain an understanding of the structure and growth of the natural nail and perform basic and advanced nail services and well as apply enhancements.

  • Skin Care
    Students are taught the structure and growth of skin. Students must be able to recognize the difference between normal and what is considered to be abnormal and determine specific treatments and/or services.

  • Salon Operation/Communication
    Practice proper customer service, communication, hygiene, ergonomics/posture and client consultation. Learn to project a professional image, manage a salon, and maintain inventory.

  • Basic Human Anatomy
    Gain general knowledge of cells, tissues, organ, and systems of the human body. Learn in detail the bones, nerves, and muscles and functions of the head, face, neck, arms, hands, legs, and feet.

  • Basics of Chemistry/Electricity
    Learn the chemistry of hair, skin, scalp and nails and the products used. Students also learn the safe use of chemicals and safety precautions in the use of electricity and electrical equipment and cosmetic chemistry. Theory and practical procedures are explained and demonstrated.

  • Healthcare Provider CPR
    Learn how a healthcare provider performs basic life support (adult/child/infant) and AED in a variety of healthcare settings.

  • First Aid
    Manage illness and injuries within the first few minutes of their occurrence. Students will receive a Pass or Fail grade.

  • Professionalism
    Students receive instruction and real world experience demonstrating effective communication skills, good attendance, proper uniform/dress requirements, and a positive attitude and ability to work with customers and co-workers.

  • Cosmetology Lab/Salon
    Madison Adult Career Center s adult students operate a real world salon. Students consult with and perform a variety of services on customers including haircuts, color/chemical services, styling, pedicures, manicures, facials, and hand-arm massage. Additional skills gained through this real world experience are professional customer interaction; inventory, dispensary duties, and receptionist skills which help prepare students for employment in the field.



  • Managing Cosmetology Courses:

  • Sanitation/Bacteriology/Rules and Laws
    Learn, explain and demonstrate understanding of Federal and State Laws and Rules pertaining to Infection Control and Salon Disinfection.

  • Scalp Care/Anatomy
    Understand the anatomy of the scalp and its functions. Students must be able to recognize the difference between normal and what is considered to be abnormal and determine specific treatments and or services.

  • Hair Styling and Cutting
    Learn to cut and style hair with a wide variety of various tools, techniques, and products.

  • Hair Coloring
    Students will gain an in-depth understanding of color theory, choosing the proper product, application, and color correction.

  • Chemical Hair Texture Services
    Students will understand and preform hair services that cause a chemical change that will permanently alter the hair's natural wave pattern. Students will be able to analyze and select the appropriate treatments.

  • Nail Care
    Students will obtain an understanding of the structure
    and growth of the natural nail and perform basic and advanced nail services and well as apply enhancements.

  • Skin Care
    Students are taught the structure and growth of skin. Students must be able to recognize the difference between normal and what is considered to be abnormal and determine specific treatments and or services.

  • Salon Operation/Communication
    Practice proper customer service, communication, hygiene, ergonomics/posture and client consultation. Learn to project a professional image, manage a salon, and maintain inventory.




                  

  • Basic Human Anatomy
    Gain general knowledge of cells, tissues, organ, and systems of the human body. Learn in detail the bones, nerves, and muscles and functions of the head, face, neck, arms, hands, legs, and feet.

  • Basics of Chemistry/Electricity
    Learn the chemistry of hair, skin, scalp and nails and the products used. Students also learn the safe use of chemicals and safety precautions in the use of electricity and electrical equipment and cosmetic chemistry. Theory and practical procedures are explained and demonstrated.

  • Salon/Spa Management
    Topics covered include Ohio Revised Code Statutes; Ohio Administrative Rules, license and permit policies and procedures, continuing education, inspection and enforcement.

  • Public Health and Safety
    Students learn proper sanitation, sterilization and dispensary operation, practices and procedures. Topics include bacteriology, contagious and communicable disease control, salon procedures and consumer and product safety.

  • Advanced Hair/Skin Care Techniques
    Advanced anatomy of hair and scalp, advanced haircutting and styling, advanced chemical services, salon supervision and management, specialized equipment use and control, product and service sales training.

  • Healthcare Provider CPR
    Learn how a healthcare provider performs basic life support (adult/child/infant) and AED in a variety of healthcare settings.

  • First Aid
    Manage illness and injuries within the first few minutes of their occurrence. Students will receive a Pass or Fail grade.

  • Professionalism
    Students receive instruction and real world experience demonstrating effective communication skills, good attendance, proper uniform/dress requirements, and a positive attitude and ability to work with customers and coworkers.

  • Cosmetology Lab/Salon
    Students operate a full-service salon by consulting with clients and performing a variety of customer services including haircuts, color/chemical services, styling, pedicures, manicures, facials, and hand-arm massages. Students gain additional skills in professional customer service, communication, inventory, dispensary duties, and receptionist skills which help prepare them for employment in the field.



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    Schedule

    • Class meets from 3:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday
      Occasionally class may meet from 12:00 noon - 8:00 p.m. during the Manager's section which is located near the end of the program.

      Please call 419-589-6363 for class and registration information.

    • Additional time is available from 3:00 - 3:30 p.m. (during 1,500 Cosmetology section) for students to bank/make up hours at no additonal charge.

    • Students who go beyond their scheduled end date will be charged additional fees.

    • Students may start on the following dates:

    • May 1, 2017
    • July 17, 2017
    • September 11, 2017
    • November 6, 2017
    • January 8, 2018
    • March 5, 2018
    • May 7, 2018
    • July 16, 2018
    • September 10, 2018


    Fees (1,500-hour program)

    Tuition $10,500

    *Fees $  1,443

    Program Total $11,943

    Fees (1,800 Hour Managing Cosmetology)

    Tuition $12,600

    *Fees $  1,945

    Program Total $14,545
    Shelly Yost


    Kim Stillwell
    State Board
    Certified Instructor



    State Board
    Certified Instructor
    *NO HIDDEN FEES! Estimated Fees include: books/resources, tool kit, lab fees, state board exam kit/application and permit, and personal/career counseling services. Fees may change before class begins.


    Articulation Agreements
    Franklin University - 24 credit hours
    (Bachelor of Science in Allied Management degree)

    North Central State College - 25 credit hours
    (Associate in Technical Studies/Business Related degree)



    Please visit our salon
    Hours: Tuesday - Thursday 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.


    The service rendered at Madison Cosmetology are being performed by a student. You will be required to sign a release statement releasing Madison Cosmetology and the student from any and all claims for damage that you may sustain in connection with the services received or from injuries.

    SERVICE PRICE

    SERVICE PRICE
    Bleach Virgin $20.00

    Braid $ 1.00
    Bleach Retouch $15.00

    Deep Conditioner $ 5.00
    Highlight with Cap $16.00

    Haircut $ 5.00
    Perm-No Cut $20.00

    Eyebrow Arch Tweezer $ 3.00
    Spiral Perm $25.00

    Eyebrow Wax $ 4.00
    Relaxer $20.00

    Eyebrow Tint $ 5.00
    Shampoo Ponytail with hair $20.00

    Shampoo Only $ 2.00
    Shampoo Style Deluxe (twisties, pincurls, etc.) $10.00

    Shampoo Set $ 6.00
    Updo $10.00

    Shampoo/Blow Dry/Curl $ 6.00
    Color $15.00

    Extra Color $ 5.00
    Weave One Color $22.00

    Makeup Application $ 4.00
    Weave 2 Colors $27.00

    Facial $ 5.00
    Weave 3 Colors $32.00

    Manicure $ 5.00
    Weave 4 Colors $37.00

    Non-family Request Fee $ 4.00
    Pedicure $12.00

    Miscellaneous Service varies




    Contact Director:
    Sonja Pluck


    600 Esley Lane

    Mansfield, OH 44905
    419-589-6363


    Contact Adult Ed secretary:  
    Secretary