|Books & Kits||220.00|
Montana Academy of Salons’ objective for the teacher training program is to enable students to successfully pass the written and practical exam through National Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology (NIC) and to prepare them for work once graduated. Education on business opportunities are provided to students to encourage them reach for their full potential and to beyond licensure.
The 650 course educates students in all phases of teacher training, which meets or exceeds the standards of the Montana Board of Barbers and Cosmetologist and taught in English. Students must pass all practical and written test of each phase to successfully complete the course. During each phase students are presented with classroom theory lectures and coaching in practical skills in order to prepare them for licensure.
Upon completion of the course requirements, the determined graduate will be able to:
- Pass the State Board examination and gain entry level employment in the teacher training profession.
- Project a positive attitude and a sense of personal integrity and self-confidence.
- Practice proper grooming and effective communications skills and visual poise.
- Understand employer-employee relationships and respect the need to deliver worthy service for value received.
- Perform the basic skills necessary for teaching, including writing lesson plans and performing aidsperforming aids.
- Conducting theory class instruction and measuring student achievement, supervising clinic operations, and maintain required student record.
- Apply the theory, technical information, and related matter to assure sound judgments, decisions, and procedures.
To ensure continued career success, the graduate will continue to learn new and current information related to techniques, communication skills, trends, and teaching methodologies to improve teaching skills.
|245||Task analysis; developing instructional objectives; visual aids and their construction; motivational tools; preparation of instructive materials; lesson planning including: practical theory classes; and practical demonstration classes, fundamentals of speech and public speaking; methods of test construction; methods of evaluation or grading; and curriculum planning and development|
|75||General psychology including | General Psychology: general principles in relation to teaching and counseling; conflict resolution; student counseling; student and teacher relationships; and public relations|
|115||Business methods, including | Business Methods: recruitment; job analysis; student registration, withdrawal, and hours (tracking, completing, calculating, and verifying); ethical employee and employer relationship; salon/booth rental relationship; professional ethics; and current state board laws and rules|
|75||Advanced theories of | Advanced Theory of: cosmetology, esthetics, manicuring, barberingbarbering or electrology, the chemistry, safety, sanitation, bacteriology, physiology, anatomy, and diseases and disorders that apply to each course|
|140||Discretionary Hours: of instruction shall be at the discretion of Montana Academy|
|Total 650||Course complete when student reaches 650 hours|
At 585 When a student has completed 90% of the course (585 hours), the student may take the NIC practical test and National written test