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NAIL TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM AND PRACTICAL EXAM INFORMATION

Oregon Department of Education Private Schools & Specialized Programs 255 Capitol NE Salem, OR 97310 (503) 947-5751

~ 2007 ~

CORE CURRICULUM NAIL TECHNOLOGY 350 CLOCK-HOUR COURSE

The 600-hour Nail Technology Program shall include 350 hours in Nail Technology, 150 hours in Safety, Sanitation and Hygiene, and 100 hours in Career Development. Hours listed below are to be used as a guide in development of your curriculum.

MINIMUM OPERATIONS 20 20 5 5 10 3 5 5 40 ___ ___ ___ ___ HOURS 40 40 30 20 50 10 15 20 30 20 15 5 295 55 350

Manicuring Pedicuring Nail Wrap Systems Nail Tip Application Acrylic Nail Forms Artificial Nail Removal Artificial Nail Repairs Artificial Nail Fills Hand and Foot Massage Nail Disorders and Diseases Chemistry and Anatomy Electricity SUBTOTAL Discretionary Hours TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS

In the course of study the student will receive theory instruction, classroom instructor demonstration/guided practice and clinic experience under supervision. The amounts of time a student devotes to theory, practice and clinic are flexible; however, a good rule of thumb is: · · · 50% of the student's time is spent working in the school's clinic, where experience is gained through actual practice on live clients; 25% of the student's time is spent working on mannequins, projects, and experiments; and 25% of the student's time is in lectures, demonstrations, and other theoretical learning efforts.

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CORE CURRICULUM FOR NAIL TECHNOLOGY

CHAPTER

Manicuring and Pedicuring

CONTENT

Introduction Shape of Nails Equipment, Implements, Cosmetics, and Materials Preparation of the Manicuring Table Plain Manicure Safety Rules in manicuring Individual Nail Styling Hand Massage Hand and Arm Massage Other Types of Manicures Advanced Nail Techniques Other Advanced Techniques Pedicure Foot Massage

OBJECTIVE

1. List the abilities of a good manicurist. 2. Identify the four natural nail shapes. 3. Demonstrate the proper use of implements, cosmetics, and materials used in manicuring. 4. Demonstrate the proper procedures and sanitary and safety precautions for a manicure. 5. Demonstrate massage techniques used when giving a manicure. 6. Define and demonstrate the different types of manicures. 7. Explain and demonstrate advanced nail techniques. 8. Demonstrate the procedure for a pedicure. 1. Describe the structure and composition of nails. 2. Describe the structures adjoining and affecting nails. 3. Discuss how nails grow. 4. List the various disorders and irregularities of clients' nails. 5. Recognize diseases of the nails that should not be treated in the beauty salon.

The Nail and Its Disorders

Introduction The Nail Structures Surrounding the Nail Nail Growth Fungus and Mold Nail Diseases

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CHAPTER

Cells, Anatomy, and Physiology (select information related to nail technology)

CONTENT

Introduction Cells Tissues Organs Systems Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology The Skeletal System The Muscular System The Nervous System The Circulatory The Endocrine System The Excretory System The Respiratory System The Digestive System Introduction Using Electricity

OBJECTIVE

1. Define the functions of human cells. 2. Describe the various types of tissues. 3. Describe the structures and functions of the human body. 4. Demonstrate an under-standing of the human body and how it functions.

Electricity

1. Understand the nature and forms of electricity. 2. Understand the use and safety precautions of electricity. 3. List the types of currents and their uses.

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PRACTICAL EXAM INTRODUCTION

The enclosed practical exam requirements are designed to assure that a student has attained entry-level skills in each cosmetology service performed. Every cosmetology service consists of a number of component tasks that must be properly performed before successful completion is declared. The following minimum exam criteria has been written to accompany Milady's Standard Textbook of Cosmetology and Milady's Standard Textbook of Professional Barber-Styling. However, they will work with any basic cosmetology text. Schools must administer, and the student must pass, a practical exam before the student is eligible to take the State Board exam. Schools are required to test on the components identified in the Final Practical Exam Minimum Requirements. Schools are not required to use the enclosed exam illustrations. They are free to develop their own exam as long as the exam measures the student's preparation, safety/ sanitation, infection control, client protection, task competency, and performance quality.

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FINAL PRACTICAL EXAM MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

The following is a description of a practical examination to be administered by cosmetology schools in Oregon. This illustrates the minimum requirements for the final exam ­ each school may add to it to meet different needs.

NAIL TECHNOLOGY

Candidates are evaluated on safety precautions, sanitation, infection control, and client protection for all content areas of the practical exam.

Basic Manicure

Candidates perform a basic manicure on the nails of one hand only. Cuticle nipping is not permitted. Candidates are evaluated on cuticle pushing, nail filing, and massage. Basic analysis of nails/hands to be evaluated. Candidates apply red nail polish to the manicured nails (one hand). Candidates are evaluated on the polish application and the final appearance of the finished nails. Candidates prepare and apply a sculptured nail to one nail on the model's hand. Candidates are evaluated on preparation, application, filing, and the final appearance of the finished nail. Candidates prepare nail and apply nail tip to one nail of the model's hand. Candidates are evaluated on preparation, application, filling, and the final appearance of the finished nail. Candidates prepare nail and apply a wrap to one nail on the model's hand. Candidates are evaluated on preparation, application of material, filing and the final appearance of the finished nail. Candidates perform a basic pedicure on the nails of one foot only. Cuticle nipping is not permitted. Candidates are evaluated on cuticle pushing, nail filing, and massage. Candidates apply red nail polish to the pedicured foot. Candidates are evaluated on the polish application and the final appearance of the finished nails.

Time allowed is 20 minutes

Polish (Manicure)

Time allowed is 10 minutes

Sculptured Nail

Time allowed is 20 minutes

Nail Tip Application

Time allowed is 20 minutes

Nail Wrap Application

Time allowed is 20 minutes

Basic Pedicure

Time allowed is 25 minutes

Polish

Time allowed is 10 minutes

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DIRECTIONS FOR SCORING THE FINAL PRACTICAL EXAM

The student's final task performance grade is recorded in the "points awarded" column. A system for rating student performance must be selected by the school. Once selected, the system will be utilized to measure all students. The school has the option of: 1. Developing their own rating system; 2. Using the example shown below; or 3. Granting the full amount of points if the student performs the task with acceptable entry-level skill--and granting none if the student fails to meet that standard. The following rating system is offered as a guide to teachers in recording and evaluating students' quality of performance:

Excellent Good Passing Below Minimum 5.0 4.5 3.75 0 Excellent Good Passing Below Minimum 10.0 8.75 7.5 0 Excellent Good Passing Below Minimum 15.0 13.5 12.0 0 Excellent Good Passing Below Minimum 20.0 17.5 15.0 0 Excellent Good Passing Below Minimum 30.0 26.25 22.5 0

Grading Scale: Points Scored 95-100 85-94.9 75-84.9 65-74.9 Below 64.9 = = = = = = Grade A B C D F

Students must have a minimum of 75 points to pass each component of the exam. Any student failing to achieve a passing score may re-test at later date.

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ILLUSTRATION OF NAIL TECHNOLOGY PRACTICAL EXAMINATION

The attached model meets Oregon Department of Education's minimum requirements for the final practical exam.

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1. BASIC MANICURE (1 Hand) - Allow 20 minutes 100 possible points Candidate must score a minimum of 75 points to pass exam (subtract one point for each additional minute taken from the total points awarded). CANDIDATE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Preparation: Candidate washed hands, and prepared model Assembled necessary supplies and implements Work area and implements properly sanitized Consulted with model Procedure: Visual analysis of skin and nails Nails shaped properly Cuticle maintenance Massage of the hand Completion and Clean Up: Area and implements cleaned and sanitized Used supplies discarded POINTS SCORED Deduct points for additional time over allotted 20 minutes 5 5 100 ( ) 10 20 20 20 5 5 5 5 Points Possible Points Awarded

TOTAL POINTS AWARDED

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2. POLISH (1 Hand) - Allow 10 minutes 100 possible points Candidate must score a minimum of 75 points to pass exam (subtract one point for each additional minute taken from the total points awarded). Points Possible Points Awarded

CANDIDATE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Preparation: Candidate washed hands, and prepared model Assembled necessary supplies and implements Work area and implements properly sanitized Consulted with model Procedure: Base coat applied Two color coats applied Top coat applied No polish on cuticles Completion and Clean Up: Area and implements cleaned and sanitized Used supplies discarded POINTS SCORED Deduct points for additional time over allotted 10 minutes

5 5 5 5

15 20 15 20

5 5 100 ( )

TOTAL POINTS AWARDED

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3. SCULPTURED NAIL (1 Nail) - Allow 10 minutes 100 possible points Candidate must score a minimum of 75 points to pass exam (subtract one point for each additional minute taken from the total points awarded). CANDIDATE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Preparation: Candidate washed hands, and prepared model Assembled necessary supplies and implements Work area and implements properly sanitized Consulted with model Procedure: Nail buffed to remove shine Primer(s) applied Nail applied on form Nail shaped and buffed to shine Nail shape flattering to model's hands Nail is smooth and even No damage to cuticle No product on cuticle Completion and Clean Up: Area and implements cleaned and sanitized Used supplies discarded POINTS SCORED Deduct points for additional time over allotted 10 minutes 5 5 100 ( ) 5 10 10 10 5 10 10 10 5 5 5 5 Points Possible Points Awarded

TOTAL POINTS AWARDED

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4. NAIL TIP APPLICATION (1 Hand) - Allow 20 minutes 100 possible points Candidate must score a minimum of 75 points to pass exam (subtract one point for each additional minute taken from the total points awarded). CANDIDATE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Preparation: Candidate washed hands, and prepared model Assembled necessary supplies and implements Work area and implements properly sanitized Consulted with model Procedure: Nail buffed to remove shine Nail tip sized and fits correctly Tip applied straight Tip fully adhered Tip cut and shaped to flatter model's hand No damage to cuticles or nail plate Completion and Clean Up: Area and implements cleaned and sanitized Used supplies discarded POINTS SCORED Deduct points for additional time over allotted 20 minutes 5 5 100 ( ) 10 20 10 10 10 10 5 5 5 5 Points Possible Points Awarded

TOTAL POINTS AWARDED

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5. NAIL WRAP APPLICATION (1 Nail) - Allow 20 minutes 100 possible points Candidate must score a minimum of 75 points to pass exam (subtract one point for each additional minute taken from the total points awarded). CANDIDATE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Preparation: Candidate washed hands, and prepared model Assembled necessary supplies and implements Work area and implements properly sanitized Consulted with model Procedure: Nail buffed to remove shine Nail based smoothly with product Fabric/mesh applied smoothly Top coats of product applied smoothly No product on cuticles Nail filed and buffed to shine Nail is flattering to model's hand No damage to cuticles Completion and Clean Up: Area and implements cleaned and sanitized Used supplies discarded POINTS SCORED Deduct points for additional time over allotted 20 minutes 5 5 100 ( ) 5 10 10 10 10 10 5 10 5 5 5 5 Points Possible Points Awarded

TOTAL POINTS AWARDED

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6. PEDICURE (1 Foot) - Allow 25 minutes 100 possible points Candidate must score a minimum of 75 points to pass exam (subtract one point for each additional minute taken from the total points awarded). CANDIDATE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Preparation: Candidate washed hands, and prepared model Assembled necessary supplies and implements Work area and implements properly sanitized Consulted with model Procedure: Visual analysis of skin and nails Nails clipped/shaped properly Cuticle maintenance Massage of the foot Completion and Clean Up: Area and implements cleaned and sanitized Used supplies discarded POINTS SCORED Deduct points for additional time over allotted 25 minutes 5 5 100 ( ) 10 20 20 20 5 5 5 5 Points Possible Points Awarded

TOTAL POINTS AWARDED

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7. POLISH (1 Foot) - Allow 10 minutes 100 possible points Candidate must score a minimum of 75 points to pass exam (subtract one point for each additional minute taken from the total points awarded). CANDIDATE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Preparation: Candidate washed hands, and prepared model Assembled necessary supplies and implements Work area and implements properly sanitized Consulted with model Procedure: Base coat applied Two color coats applied Top coat applied No polish on cuticles Completion and Clean Up: Area and implements cleaned and sanitized Used supplies discarded POINTS SCORED Deduct points for additional time over allotted 10 minutes 5 5 100 ( ) 15 20 15 20 5 5 5 5 Points Possible Points Awarded

TOTAL POINTS AWARDED

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