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Student Instructors

Student Instructor

500 Clock Hours
750 Clock Hours

• Develop your communication skills to be effective with a variety of learning styles.
• Learn techniques to address difficult behaviors in the classroom.

Student Instructor 500 Hours

Requires active license and 1 year salon experience.
(7 weeks full-time)
(14 weeks part-time)

Orientation, Rules and Laws – 20 Clock Hours
Introduces school policies and reviews state requirements.

Lesson Plans – 90 Clock Hours
Covers developing a course of study, organizing material, course outline and key elements of a lesson.

Methods of Teaching – 120 Clock Hours
Presents instruction by lecture, role play, demonstration, group discussion, and field trips and the learning tools of concept connectors, visualization, mnemonics and games.

Classroom Management – 60 Clock Hours
Discusses room arrangement, administrative responsibilities and presentation techniques.

Evaluation Techniques – 60 Clock Hours
Explains grading styles, test development and performance evaluation tools.

State Laws and Forms – 40 Clock Hours
Presents licensing and continuing education requirements.

Preparation and Use of Visual Aids – 40 Clock Hours
Explains effective use of print material, projected and non-projected audio-visuals and classroom equipment.

Learning Theory – 70 Clock Hours
Discusses the adult learner, generation differences and natural cycle of learning.

Total – 500 Clock Hours
A clock hour equals 60 minutes.

Student Instructor 750 Hours

Requires active salon license.
(19 weeks / 5 months full-time)
(38 weeks / 9 months part-time)

Orientation, Rules and Laws – 30 Clock Hours
Covers school policies and state requirements for licensing and continuing education.

Lesson Plans – 140 Clock Hours
Covers developing a course of study, organizing material, course outline and key elements of a lesson.

Methods of Teaching – 180 Clock Hours
Presents instruction by lecture, role play, demonstration, group discussion, and field trips and the learning tools of concept connectors, visualization, mnemonics and games.

Classroom Management – 90 Clock Hours
Discusses room arrangement, administrative responsibilities and presentation techniques.

Evaluation Techniques – 90 Clock Hours
Explains grading styles, test development and performance evaluation tools.

State Laws and Forms – 60 Clock Hours
Presents licensing and continuing education requirements.

Preparation and Use of Visual Aids – 60 Clock Hours
Explains effective use of print material, projected and non-projected audio-visuals and classroom equipment.

Learning Theory – 100 Clock Hours
Discusses the adult learner, generation differences and natural cycle of learning.

Total – 750 Clock Hours
A clock hour equals 60 minutes.