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THE FACULTY

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COURSE CATALOG

    P.O. Box 186

    190 Masonic Hall Road

    Port Hadlock, WA 98339

    Phone 360-344-4300

? Pacific NW Hair Academy Inc., May 2005

    OUR MISSION

    The Academy’s mission is to provide exceptional training and preparation to pre-professional hair stylists, barbers, manicurists, estheticians and cosmetology instructors who seek licensure from the state

    of Washington.

    GUIDING PRINCIPLES: CODE OF ETHICS

    The Academy treats all applicants, students, staff and clients with dignity, respect and fairness.

We provide high quality professional level supplies, cosmetics and equipment for classroom use and

    student kits.

    Because the Academy is interested in student success, our staff participates in industry-sponsored

    training, conferences and educational opportunities in order to bring students up-to-date information as

    well as the latest trends and techniques in cosmetology.

    Our instructors use a variety of proven instructional strategies (demonstration, lecture, critique,

    discussion) and training aids (textbooks, videos, guest artists, etc.) to help students master theoretical

    concepts and develop practical skills.

We have a truth in advertising policy and always represent our programs with honesty and integrity.

We strive for quality in all aspects of our school and seek to continuously improve our services and

    programs. Suggestions for improvement are sought from industry partners and employers.

    The Academy complies with all rules and regulations issued by Washington’s Department of Licensing

    as well as other local, state and national laws and regulations.

    LICENSING The Academy is licensed by the Washington State Department of Licensing (Business & Professions

    Division: Cosmetology Section) and regulated by the Revised Code of Washington and the Washington

    Administrative Codes. The Academy is subject to periodic unscheduled inspections to insure

    compliance with the law. Any person wishing to practice cosmetology services for pay must attend a

    licensed school for the required number of hours and pass a state administered examination for the

    profession for which they have trained. The address and phone number for the Department of Licensing

    is P. O. Box 9026 Olympia, WA 98507, (360) 753-3834

    STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION

    The Academy does not discriminate in its admission, hiring, instruction or graduation practices on the

    basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, financial status, age, or ethnic origin. The Academy

    guarantees its students (parents or legal guardian if student is a dependent minor) the access to his/her

    cumulative record under the direct supervision of school personnel.

    FACILITIES

    The Pacific Northwest Hair Academy is located in Port Hadlock, Washington. The Academy is housed

    in the former Masonic Hall. This historic building was remodeled in the summer of 2004 to

    accommodate the classrooms, laboratories and facilities required by our specialized training school. It

    has eight salon stations, including two facial beds. The school’s large, beautiful windows provide the natural lighting which hair colorists and estheticians especially enjoy.

    THE FACULTY

    The Academy’s instructors are licensed and approved by the State of Washington in accordance with

    RCW 18.16 (Cosmetologists, Esthetics, Barbers and Manicurists) and WAC Chapter 308-20

    (Cosmetology Barber Manicurists Esthetician) rules.

The instructors of the Academy also happen to be mother and daughter. Janet Kilmer preceded her

    mother in the cosmetology field and became a licensed instructor. She knew her mom well and

    encouraged her to go to cosmetology school too. No one was surprised when Glenda Lewis, or

    “Granny” as she was called by her younger classmates, thrived in the stimulating learning environment. Glenda, too, went on to complete the instructor trainee program. She has been enjoying her teaching

    career since 2000.

    Janet Kilmer Glenda Lewis

    Licensed as Instructor, Licensed as Instructor,

    Cosmetologist, Barber, Cosmetologist, Barber,

    Esthetician and Manicurist. Esthetician and Manicurist.

    License number 2178-20904 License Number 2331-20904

Our goal is to provide our students with warm and comfortable yet professional surroundings. We strive

    to give you the best education. We are a family owned & operated business, and are looking forward to

    giving back to our community. We understand that life happens to all of us, and we will do our best to

    accommodate the many different hands that life has to deal. We aim for higher standards, and will do

    our best to always be firm, fair and consistent. We will treat you with respect and dignity. We look

    forward to helping you achieve one of your many goals.

    The Pacific Northwest Hair Academy Welcomes You.

    MEET YOUR TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AT THE PACIFIC NW HAIR ACADEMY

    To meet your goal of becoming a hair stylist, barber, esthetician or manicurist, you will need a license

    from the State of Washington. In order to qualify to take the licensing examination, you must complete

    training at a recognized, licensed school such as the Pacific Northwest Hair Academy. Because the Hair

    Academy’s primary goal is to help students qualify for their chosen profession, we have closely aligned

    our program of studies with the state’s requirements for training hours.

At PNWHA Inc., you will gain the strong theoretical and foundation knowledge needed in order to

    practice your skills on clients. Each of our programs is designed to help you to fully develop your skills

    and acquire the hands-on experiences which will prepare you for graduation and state licensing.

    CURRICULUM OPTIONS Choose one of the four standard programs: Cosmetology, Barbering, Manicuring, or Esthetics. PNWHA

    Inc. also offers an Instructor Trainee program, for cosmetology professionals seeking to become instructors.

The Cosmetology program is the broadest program and offers graduates the most employment options.

    Learn all facets of cosmetology including hair styling, coloring and chemical treatments, manicuring,

    pedicuring, and facials.

The Barbering program is very similar to Cosmetology, but does not cover the use of color or chemicals

    on hair. Barber students also receive detailed instruction and practice on the care and grooming of

    beards and mustaches.

For students interested in a shorter program preparing them for limited specialization, the Manicuring or

    Esthetics program may be of interest.

    ENROLLMENT

NEW STUDENTS

    The desire to work in the cosmetology industry and develop technical skills is the key requirement for

    enrollment. Any person at least 16 years old may enroll. Students must be at least 17 when applying for

    the state license.

Submit an application and you will be invited to an orientation meeting or personal tour. Meet our staff,

    review our programs and decide which program best suits your goals.

Neither a high school diploma nor a GED is required for enrollment. High school students may be

    allowed to attend the Academy on a part-time basis. Policies vary, but high schools may offer dual credit

    for the education their students receive at the Academy. Interested students should discuss this option

    with their school counselor or principal.

To become an Instructor Trainee, you must already have one of the following licenses:

    1. Washington Cosmetology License.

    2. Washington Manicuring License.

    3. Washington Barber License.

    4. Washington Esthetics License

TRANSFER STUDENTS

    The Academy does not recruit students who are currently registered, enrolled or attending another

    school. If you have prior training in cosmetology, barbering and/or manicuring and wish to complete

    training in our school, you must first submit a valid transcript of hours and grades. The Academy

    requires transferring students to take a practical exam to determine the amount of hours to be credited.

    The Academy faculty will evaluate the transcript in order to grant credit for your prior education. Your

    program length and tuition will be adjusted proportionately. Please submit signed timesheets and

    transcripts with your application. Your previous school’s name must be on these official records.

    .

    SCHEDULING

    Full time students are encouraged to be in school for at least 30 hours per week. A six to eight hour day

    is preferable. The school is open one evening a week and on Saturdays in order to help you accumulate

    the training experience and clinical hours you need. Academy staff will help you develop a schedule that

    will fit into your needs. This schedule is a mini-contract, a timetable to which you will be held

    accountable. Open enrollment

Monday Friday 8:00 am 5:00 pm

    Wednesday evenings until 7:00 pm

    Saturday 8:00 am 1:00 pm

CONTRACT & ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT

    You will first fill out an enrollment agreement outlining your course, as well as the number of hours you

    agreee to attend. A payment plan may be attached to this document if necessary. Your Contract, will

    outline the number of hours of instruction, cost of schooling and payment schedule. The Contract also

    includes the school's Refund Policy. Both a school official and you (and your parents or legal guardian if

    you are a minor) will sign and date the contract. You will receive a copy of this signed contract and a

    copy of the current catalog. The enorllment agreement will be signed prior to collecting any monies.

    COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM

COURSE OBJECTIVE

    Upon completion of the 1600 hour course, the student will have

    demonstrated the knowledge and practical competencies

    necessary to pass the state licensing examination in

    cosmetology.

OVERVIEW

    The Cosmetology curriculum is delivered in two phases. The

    topics listed below are taught through both the Basic Training

    and Clinical Training sessions. The Basic Training session

    includes classroom presentations and first time hands-on

    experiences in the practical subjects. Prior to entering the

    Clinical Training session the student must pass written and

    practical exams at the 80% level to ensure their preparedness

    for the Clinic. Students are assigned to the Clinic to achieve the

    balance of their graduation requirements. This leads to the school's final exam for each course. The student must pass the

    Academy’s final tests as a part of their course completion and graduation requirements and in

    preparation for the state licensing exam.

It is mandatory that you particiapate in theory class, unless with a client. Theory test scores and

    evaluations of class assignments are recorded by subject area. Eighty percent (80%) is the minimum

    grade necessary to move forward. Practical applications of theory knowledge will also be evaluated.

    There will be a period of probation until 80% is achieved.

    COSMETOLOGY COURSE TOPICS 1600 hours of instruction and training Theory of the practice of cosmetology, barbering, Daily Topics manicuring and esthetics services. 200 Theory

    70 Safety & Sanitation Safety: Proper use of implements and electrical

    10 First Aid appliances.

    40 Scalp & Hair Analysis

    20 Facial Hair Cutting & Trimming First aid: Topics relates to cosmetology, barbering,

    100 Shampooing manicuring and esthetics. 300 Haircutting 150 Styling Scalp and hair analysis.

    220 Permanent Waving

    Shampooing: Includes techniques for draping, 20 Chemical Relaxing

    brushing, scalp manipulations, conditioning and 200 Coloring

    rinsing. 30 Artificial Hair

     100 Manicuring

    Hair Cutting: Learn various methods of using 100 Esthetician

    shears, razor and clippers and will include safety 20 Disease & Disorder

    and sanitary precautions. 20 Disinfect Work Station

     1600 TOTAL Hair Styling: Learn various styling methods

    including wet, dry and thermal styling, braiding and styling aids.

    COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM

    -continued-

Permanent waving including sectioning, wrapping, pre-

    COSMETOLOGY STUDENT KIT perm test curl, solution application, processing test curl Roll about storage unit and neutralizing.

    Textbooks/Workbooks Uniform Chemical relaxing including sectioning, strand test, and

    Mannequin heads relaxer application. Blow dryer

    Curling iron Hair coloring and bleaching including predisposition test Regular shears and strand test, and measurement, mixing, application and

    Thinning shears removal of chemicals. Razor

    Brushes Facial Hair: Cutting and trimming of facial hair including Combs beard and mustache design and eyebrow, ear and nose hair

    Picks trimming. Clippies

    Manicure kit Artificial hair: Types of hairpieces, construction, fitting, cleaning and styling and safety and sanitary precautions.

    Manicuring and Pedicuring: At least 100 hours of skill development related to the cleaning, shaping and polishing of nails and treatment of cuticles (hands and feet).

Esthetics Services: A minimum of 100 hours of skill building in the area of esthetic services including

    skincare, facials and temporary hair removal.

Diseases and disorders: Learn to recognize the diseases and disorder of the skin, scalp and hair.

Sanitation: Disinfecting of individual work stations, individual equipment and tools and proper use and

    storage of linens

    No more than twenty-five percent of skills training will be done using mannequins.

    BARBERING PROGRAM

    COURSE OBJECTIVE

    Upon completion of the 1000 hour course, the student will have demonstrated

    the knowledge and practical competencies necessary to pass the state licensing

    examination for barbering.

OVERVIEW

    Like the cosmetology program, the Barbering curriculum is delivered in two phases.

    Barbering, however, does not include training in facials, manicuring hair coloring, or

    the use of chemicals. Classroom instruction and clinical training combine to offer the

    pre-professional barber a strong foundation and ample time to practice new skills.

    Basic Training includes classroom demonstrations and hands-on experiences. Prior to

    entering the Clinical training phase, the student must pass written and practical exams

    at the 80% level to ensure their preparedness to work with clients. Students are assigned to the Clinic to achieve

    the balance of their graduation requirements. Students must pass the Academy’s final tests as a part of their course

    completion and graduation requirements and in preparation for the state licensing exam.

It is mandatory that you particiapate in theory class, unless with a client. Theory test scores and evaluations

    of class assignments are recorded by subject area. Eighty percent (80%) is the minimum grade necessary to move

    forward. Practical applications of theory knowledge will also be evaluated. There will be a period of probation

    until 80% is achieved.

    COURSE TOPICS BARBERING

    Theory of the practice of barbering services. 1000 hours of instruction and training Hours Topics Safety: Proper use of implements and electrical appliances. 150 Theory

    First aid: Topics related to barbering 10 Safety

     5 First Aid Scalp and hair analysis. 20 Scalp & Hair Analysis 70 Shampooing: Shampooing: Includes techniques for draping, brushing, scalp 440 Haircutting & Trimming manipulations, conditioning and rinsing.

     100 Styling

    Hair Cutting: Learn various methods of using shears, razor and 35 Disinfect Work Station clippers and will include safety and sanitary precautions. 30 Styling Aids 50 Facial Hair Hair Styling: Learn various styling methods including wet, dry and

    30 Artificial Hair thermal styling and practice the use of styling aids.

     30 Sanitation

    Facial Hair: Cutting and trimming of facial hair including shaving, 30 Diseases beard and mustache design and eyebrow, ear and nose hair 1000 TOTAL trimming.

Artificial hair: Includes the theory of artificial hair including the types of hairpieces, construction, fitting,

    cleaning and styling and safety and sanitary precautions.

Sanitation: Disinfecting of individual work stations, individual equipment and tools and proper use and storage of

    linens.

Diseases and disorders: Learn to recognize the diseases and disorder of the skin, scalp and hair.

    No more than twenty-five percent of skills training will be done using mannequins.

    MANICURIST PROGRAM

COURSE OBJECTIVE

    Upon completion of the 600 hour course, the student will have

    demonstrated the knowledge and practical competencies necessary to

    pass the state licensing examination in manicuring.

OVERVIEW

    A growing number of beauty salons offer specialized services.

    Manicures and pedicures are increasingly popular. Manicurists are

    only licensed work only on nails. They provide manicures, pedicures,

    and nail extensions to clients. Cleaning, shaping, and polishing

    clients' nails is creative work and it requires attention to detail and fine motor skills. This course will also prepare you to apply nail

    extensions and give pedicures. A mastery of basic theory concepts is required before working with

    clients in the clinic.

    COURSE TOPICS MANICURIST Theory in the practice of manicuring and pedicuring 600 hours of instruction and training services. Hours Topics 80 Theory Safety including proper use and storage of chemicals, 5 Safety implements and electrical appliances. 5 First Aid 100 Manicuring First aid as it relates to manicuring and pedicuring. 100 Pedicuring 200 Artificial Nails Manicuring: Cleaning, shaping and polishing of nails of 90 Sanitation the hands and treatment of cuticles. 20 Diseases & Disorders

    600 TOTAL Pedicuring: Cleaning, shaping and polishing of nails of

    the feet.

    Artificial nails including silk, linen, fiberglass, acrylic, gel, powder, extensions and sculpting,

    preparation, application, finish and removal

    Sanitation: Disinfecting of individual work station, individual equipment and tools and proper use

    and storage of linens.

    Diseases and disorders of the nails of the hands and feet.

    No more than twenty-five percent of skills training will be done using mannequins.

    ESTHETICIAN PROGRAM

COURSE OBJECTIVE

    Upon completion of the 600 hour course, the student will have

    demonstrated the knowledge and practical competencies necessary

    to pass the state licensing examination in esthetics.

OVERVIEW

    Customers at spas and salons seek personalized consultations with

    estheticians who design and deliver treatments specifically for

    them. These treatments might include facials, waxing, spa

    treatments or make-up applications and lessons. This course will

    prepare you with knowledge of a variety of products and

    techniques to serve your clients well. A firm understanding of

    theoretical course concepts must be demonstrated before the

    student works with clients in the school’s clinic.

    COURSE TOPICS

    ESTHETICIAN Theory in the practice of esthetics services. 600 hours of instruction and training

    Hours Topics Safety including proper use and storage of chemicals,

    80 Theory implements and electrical appliances.

     30 Safety

    First aid as it relates to esthetics. 10 First Aid

     200 Skin Care

    Skin care of the face, neck and hands including hot compresses, 100 Facials

    massage, electrical or mechanical appliances or chemical 80 Temporary Hair Removal

    compounds. 20 Sanitation

     80 Disease & Disorders

    Facials. 600 TOTAL

    Temporary hair removal of superfluous hair of the face, neck and hands by tweezing, waxing, tape, chemicals, lotions, creams, mechanical or electrical apparatus and appliances.

Sanitation: Disinfecting of individual work stations, individual equipment and tools and proper use and

    storage of linens.

Diseases and disorders of the skin of the face, neck and hands.

    No more than twenty-five percent of skills training will be done using mannequins.

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