COSMETOLOGY I & II (5802 Cosmetology I, 5806 Cosmetology II)

6 Cr / All Year / 4 Periods / Grades 11-12

  • CTE application required.
  • Recommended Prerequisite:  Preparing for College & Careers and Introduction to Business
  • Location: Fairfield High School. Transportation may be provided.
  • Students must pay a fee for materials used in this class.
  • Upon successful completion of this 2 year course and passing of state examination, students become state licensed.
  • The State Licensing Board set Competencies.
  • Cosmetology I meets 7:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., periods 1,2,3,WT,5 and earns 6 Dual Credits
  • Cosmetology II meets 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., periods WT,5,6,7,8 and earns 6 Dual Credits

Cosmetology I and II include classroom and practical experiences concerned with a variety of beauty treatments, including the care and beautification of hair, complexion, and hands. Instruction will include: training in giving shampoos, rinses, and scalp treatments; hair styling, setting, cutting, dyeing and tinting, bleaching, and fitting wigs; permanent waving; facials; manicuring; and hand and arm massaging. Bacteriology, anatomy, hygiene, sanitation, salon management (including keeping records), and customer relations will also be emphasized in this course. This two-year program is designed to qualify students for the licensing examination.  In addition to receiving their license, the student will also have an opportunity to apply for dual accreditation towards a business degree from Vincennes University.  Students also will compete in SkillsUSA, a club for young business professionals.

HUMAN AND SOCIAL SERVICES                     (5336 HUMN SRVS I & 5462 HUMN SRVS II)

4 Cr / All Year / 3 Periods / Grades 11-12

  • CTE application required
  • Students will earn 4 high school credits in Human & Social Services I & 2 credits in Level II.
  • Recommended Prerequisites: Demonstrates competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of “C” or better in ENGL 083 Reading Strategies for College and ENGL 093 Introduction to College Writing, or ENGL 095 Integrated Reading and Writing, or ENGL 075 Co-Requisite Integrated Reading and Writing SCHOOL: Public Affairs and Social Services 
  • Location: Ivy Tech Community College in Warsaw. Students must provide their own transportation.
  • Students may earn up to 12 hours of college credit at Ivy Tech Community College

HUMS 101 explores the history of human services, career opportunities, and the role of the human service worker. Focuses on target populations and community agencies designed to meet the needs of various populations.  HUMS 102 provides opportunities to increase effectiveness in helping people. Examines the helping process in terms of skills, helping stages, and issues involved in a helping relationship. Second in a series of three introductory human services courses.  HUMS 103 introduces and develops basic interviewing skills. Includes assessment strategies and treatment planning. Third in a series of three introductory human services courses.  HUMS 206 studies group dynamics, issues and behavior. Includes group functioning and leadership, guidelines on working effectively with a co-leader, and practical ways of evaluating the group processes.