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2021-2022 Archived Catalog 
2021-2022 Archived Catalog

CSMO-206 Advanced Cosmetology Theory IV

Credits 12 / 6 Contact Hours
Pre-requisite: Placement into ACRD 080 CSMO-203 , CSMO-204 , CSMO-205  or a minimum 1250 hours from a state licensed cosmetology school. Cosmetology Textbook by Milady and StrengthsFinder 2.0 by Tom Rath are required. Co-requisite: CSMO-207  
This course provides the student with advance instruction for CSMO-207  when servicing clients in the cosmetology lab and prepares the student for the State Board of Cosmetology exam to become licensed in cosmetology. The student will develop job seeking skills in the cosmetology profession. In addition the student will continue to complete in-class activities to conclude their Strengths-based portfolio.

Course Outcomes
1. Identify the laws, rules, and regulations as pertaining to the State Board of Cosmetology-Article 12 of Act number 299 of 1980 2. Discuss themes of talent with significant other 3. Build relationships with others mindful of their talents and strengths and the talents and strengths of others 4. Explain the steps involved in preparing for employment 5. List and describe the various types of salon businesses 6. Revise and complete a strengths-based cover letter 7. Complete an achievement-orientated resume 8. Revise and complete an employment portfolio 9. Explain how to explore the job market and research potential employers 10. Describe how to work effectively by partnering with others with complementary themes of talent
11. List legal and illegal questions in a job interview 12. List the habits of a good team player 13. List the most effective way to build a client base 14. Describe three different ways in which salon professionals are compensated 15. List the principles of selling products and services in the salon 16. List the steps to be taken to open and maintain a salon 17. List and describe the different types of ownership under which a salon may operate 18. Describe the importance of a well-maintained reception area and receptionist 19. Demonstrate good telephone techniques 20. List the most effective forms of advertising 21. Analyze the implication to applying your natural talents in a negative way 22. Analyze common labels that lead people to discount talents and the potential strengths of others.