Student Catalog: Outlines/Schedules

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SECTION 12: EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OUTLINES & SCHEDULES

General Approach for All Programs

Each specific program has unique characteristics and elements, but the general approach that Tricoci University of Beauty Culture uses is similar across all programs, as outlined below.

Instructional Method

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture offers the most advanced in educational materials, equipment and facilities. Our facilities were designed and educational materials were chosen to cultivate an engaging learning experience.

Upon completing the program, your education has been supported through the use of DVD and video materials, demonstrations, guest artists, visual/practical presentations, lecture and hands-on experience. We monitor your education through practical and written examinations, making sure that you are well versed and prepared for the state board examinations.

Grading Procedure

With the exception of essentials practical exams, final practical exams and final written exams, which require a grade of at least 85% to pass, each individual written and practical exam requires a grade of 85% or better to pass. At the mid-point and end-point of each academic year based on the student’s actual hours completed, students are required to maintain an aggregate 85% Grade Point Average (GPA) for theory and practical work to be considered in Satisfactory Academic Progress, and are graded according to the following scale:

  • 96%-100% Excellent
  • 90%-95% Good
  • 85%-89% Satisfactory
  • 0%-84% Failing

Reference Material

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture has a comprehensive resource center full of industry related reference materials including books, instructional videos, and technical guides as well as educational support material such as note taking tips, study tips and more. Students may check out these materials for educational support at any time during the course of their program.

Cosmetology Program – Description

This program will prepare you for an entry-level career in the Cosmetology field, which may include the different areas of: Hairdressing, Hair Coloring, Nail Technology/Manicuring, Make-up Artistry and Esthetics.

Program Objective

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture is dedicated to providing the most current, technically precise and versatile education available in the Cosmetology field today. Upon completion of our program, our students will have a secure foundation in all aspects of the cosmetology field. You will learn the scientific building blocks for hair, skin and nails. We will provide you with the necessary education theoretically, practically and artistically to perform hair sculpture, texture, color and design services. Our sculpting and coloring methodology far surpasses the cosmetology school requirements and solidifies your ability to make your mark as a cosmetology professional. You will also be given the most thorough training in nail services such as manicuring and pedicuring and skin care which includes facial services, waxing services and makeup applications. We firmly believe in providing our students proper safety and sanitation practices to ensure a healthy and professional industry career. At Tricoci University of Beauty Culture, we strive to exceed the expectations of the industry needs and ensure that our students are educated in the industry standards of sanitation practices and build integrity in client communication and relationships, offering our students the ability to become the very best the beauty school industry has to offer.

Cosmetology Curriculum – Illinois

The Cosmetology program in Illinois includes the following categories of training, for the number of hours listed:

  • Basic (Essentials) Training (150 hours): Classroom instruction in general theory and practical application shall be provided and be divided into the following subject areas: tools and their use, shampoo, understanding chemicals and their use, types of hair, sanitation, hygiene, skin diseases and conditions, anatomy and physiology, electricity, ethics, nail technology and esthetics.
  • Practical Chemical Application/Hair Treatment (500 hours): Instruction which shall be a combination of classroom and hands on experience shall be provided in the following subject areas: chemical safety, permanent waving, hair coloring, hair tinting, hair bleaching, hair relaxing, hair and scalp conditioning, shampooing, toning and rinsing.
  • Hair Styling/Hair Dressing (475 hours): Instruction in hair styling, which shall be a combination of classroom instruction and hands on experience, shall be provided in the following subject areas: cutting, thinning, shaping, trimming, application of electrical/mechanical equipment, curling, hair treatments and marcelling.
  • Shop Management, Sanitation and Interpersonal Relations (200 hours): Classroom instruction shall be provided in the following subject areas: labor law, workers’ compensation, client relations, bookkeeping, marketing and merchandising, emergency first aid, right-to-know laws, pertinent State and local laws and rules, business ethics, sanitation, electrical devices, personal grooming and hygiene.
  • Esthetics (85 hours): Instruction shall be provided in the following subject areas: skin composition and function and types of skin, skin diseases and disorders, basic facial procedures including basic massage manipulations, basic makeup application and basic waxing application.
  • Nail Technology (55 hours): Instruction shall be provided in the following subject areas: nail composition and function, nail diseases, disorders and conditions, basic manicure and pedicure services and basic acrylic nail services.
  • Electives (35 hours): Instruction shall be provided by the instructor at their discretion in the areas of: wigs and hair additions, creative formal styling and any student competition during school hours.
  • Total Hours (1500 hours): the above hour requirements must be met by each student in each category in order for the earned hours to be accepted by the applicable regulatory agency for examination.

Cosmetology Curriculum – Indiana

Theory and demonstration as well as Sanitation and Actual Practice are required. The hours required in classroom theory training identified below are defined as a systematically organized knowledge of a system of facts, accepted principles, laws and rules of procedure devised to: analyze, predict, explain or demonstrate the nature of a particular subject matter of training. Such a system is distinguished from actual practice.

Cosmetology Curriculum Indiana

Barber Program – Description

This program will prepare you for an entry-level career in the Barber field, which may include the different areas of: Hairdressing, Hair Coloring, Hair Texturizing, Shaving, Manicuring and Esthetics.

Program Objective

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture is dedicated to providing the most current, technically precise and versatile education available in the Barber field today. Upon completion of our course, our students will have a secure foundation in all aspects of the barber field. You will learn the scientific building blocks for hair, skin and nails. We will provide you with the necessary education theoretically, practically and artistically to perform hair sculpture, texture, color and design services. Our sculpting and coloring methodology far surpasses the barber school requirements and solidifies your ability to make your mark as a barber professional. You will also be given additional training in nail services such as manicuring and skin care which includes facial services. We firmly believe in providing our students proper safety and sanitation practices to ensure a healthy and professional industry career. At Tricoci University, we strive to exceed the expectations of the industry needs and ensure that our students are educated in the industry standards of sanitation practices and build integrity in client communication and relationships, offering our students the ability to become the very best the beauty school industry has to offer.

Barber Curriculum – Illinois

  • The barber program in Illinois includes the following categories of training, for the number of hours listed:
    Basic Training (150 hours)—General theory and practical application of subject areas: tools and their use; shampoo; understanding chemicals and use; types of hair; sanitation; hygiene; Barber history; Shaving and facial hair design; skin diseases and conditions; anatomy and physiology; electricity; ethics; nail technology; and esthetics.
  • Advanced Training (1350 hours)—Classroom and hands on experience of subject areas: Barber history; bacteriology; infection control and safe work practices; implements, tools and equipment; Anatomy and physiology; chemistry; electricity and light therapy; properties and disorders of the skin; properties and disorders of the hair and scalp; treatment of the hair and scalp; facial and scalp massage; shaving and facial hair design; haircutting and styling; chemical texture services; hair coloring and lightening; barbershop management; pertinent State and local laws and rules; and Worker’s Compensation Act.

Barber Crossover Program – Illinois

Cosmetologists who have graduated from a 1500 clock hour Illinois Cosmetology program may be eligible to receive additional training of 500 clock hours towards the Barber program. See Section 4 for Admissions Requirements and Procedures for this training. Cosmetologists are eligible to apply 1000 hours of previous Cosmetology training toward the 1500 hour Barber Program.

Barber Curriculum – Indiana

The barber program in Illinois includes the following categories of training, for the number of hours listed:

Barber curriculum in Indiana

Esthetics Program – Description

This program will prepare a new generation of esthetics students for their career in Esthetics, which may include; Facialist, Waxing Specialist, Body Treatment Specialist, Medi-Spa Esthetician, and Make-up Artist. The esthetics student will learn ethical leadership, advanced skills and workplace safety to obtain licensure as well as an entry level position in their chosen career.

Program Objective

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture is dedicated to providing the most current, technically precise and versatile education available in the Esthetics field today. Upon completion of our program, our students will have a secure foundation in all aspects of the Esthetics field. You will learn the scientific building blocks for skin; its function, properties and needs. We will provide you with the necessary education, theoretically, practically and artistically, to safely and professionally apply, perform and monitor all skills required of the esthetics industry; including but not limited to, basic and advanced skin care treatments, body treatments, hair removal, makeup application, machine usage, safety and sanitation practices, basic and advanced facial massage, the sciences and state regulations and law.

Our educational methodology far surpasses school requirements and solidifies your ability to make your mark as an esthetics professional. At Tricoci University of Beauty Culture, we strive to exceed the expectations of the industry needs and ensure that our students are educated in the industry standards of sanitation practices, and build integrity in client communication and relationships, offering our students the ability to become the very best the beauty school industry has to offer.

Esthetics Curriculum – Illinois

The Esthetics program in Illinois will include the following categories of training, for the number of hours listed:

  • Basic (Essentials) Training (75 hours): classroom instruction in general theory and practical application shall be provided and be divided into the following subject areas: history of skin care, personal hygiene and public health, professional ethics, sterilization and sanitation and introduction to skin analysis and skin care and facial treatments.
  • Scientific Concepts (150 hours): classroom instruction shall be provided in the following subject areas: Cells, metabolism and body systems, bacteriology, physiology and histology of the skin, human anatomy, chemistry-understanding chemicals and their use, disorders of the skin and special esthetics procedures.
  • Practices and Procedures (500 hours): instruction shall be a combination of classroom instruction and clinical application, shall be provided in the following subject areas: non-therapeutic massage, excluding the scalp, nutrition and health of skin, skin analysis, cleansing the skin, mask therapy and facial treatments, facial treatments without the aid of machines, electricity, machines and apparatus, facial treatments with the aid of machines, hair removal; including tweezer method, depilitators, waxing and their use, professional makeup techniques and product knowledge as it relates to esthetics.
  • Business Practices (25 hours): classroom instruction shall be provided in the following subject areas: Illinois Barber, Cosmetology, Esthetics and Nail Technology Act and Rules management and OSHA standards relating to chemical use.
  • Total Hours (750 hours): the above hour requirements must be met by each student in each category in order for the earned hours to be accepted by the applicable regulatory agency for examination.

Esthetics Curriculum – Indiana Campuses

Theory and demonstration as well as Sanitation and Actual Practice are required. The hours required in classroom theory training identified below are defined as a systematically organized knowledge of a system of facts, accepted principles, laws and rules of procedure devised to: analyze, predict, explain or demonstrate the nature of a particular subject matter of training. Such a system is distinguished from actual practice.

Barber curriculum in Indiana

*NOTE: Tricoci University of Beauty Culture’s esthetics curriculum requires an additional 50 hours of practical hands-on training beyond the minimum hours required by the State of Indiana; as a result, this program is 750 hours while the minimum state requirement is 700 hours. Tricoci University of Beauty Culture’s rationale for adding these hours is our belief that additional practical training time is necessary to allow students the ability to practice our advanced techniques on student salon/spa guests. This benefits the student by allowing them to further develop the advanced skills that can make them more successful in the initial years of their career.

Nail Technology (Illinois)/ Manicuring (Indiana) Programs

This program will prepare you for an entry career in the nail care & enhancement field, which may include the different areas of: cleaning, dressing, polishing, sculpting, tipping and wrapping the nails.

Program Objective

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture is dedicated to providing the most current, technically precise and versatile education available in the Manicuring/Nail Technology field today. Upon completion of this program, our students will have a secure foundation in all aspects of the nail care field. You will learn the scientific building blocks for nails. We will provide you with the necessary education theoretically, practically and artistically to perform manicuring, pedicuring, artificial nail application and nail drill usage.

Our methodology far surpasses the state school requirements and solidifies your ability to make your mark as a nail professional. You will also be given the most thorough training in nail physiology, sanitation, rules and salesmanship as we firmly believe in providing our students proper safety and sanitation practices to ensure a healthy and professional industry career. At Tricoci University, we strive to exceed the expectations of the industry needs and ensure that our students are educated in the industry standards of sanitation practices and build integrity in client communication and relationships, offering our students the ability to become the very best the beauty school industry has to offer.

Nail Technology Curriculum – Illinois

The Nail Technology program in Illinois will include the following categories of training, for the number of hours listed:

  • Basic (Essentials) Training (50 hours): classroom instruction in general theory, practical application (i.e., practicing nail technology on the public) and technical application (e.g., practicing the technical application on artificial or mannequin fingers; or on the fingers of another student) shall be provided in the following subject areas: history of nail care, personal hygiene and public health, professional ethics, sterilization and disinfection, bacteriology, disorders of the nails, chemicals and their use, OSHA standards relating to material safety data sheets (MSDS) on chemicals, and technical applications of chemicals.
  • Related Concepts (15 hours): classroom instruction shall be provided in the following subject areas: cells, metabolism and body systems, theory of massage and people skills.
  • Practices and Procedures (255 hours): this instruction, which shall be a combination of classroom instruction and clinical application, shall be provided in the following subject areas: fabric procedures (wraps), sculpting procedures, light cured gels, machines or apparatus used in nail technology, manicures, pedicures, hand, arm and foot massage, other procedures as they relate to nail technology and product knowledge as it relates to nail technology.
  • Business Practices (30 hours): classroom instruction shall be provided in the following subject areas: Illinois Barber, Cosmetology, Esthetics and Nail Technology Act and Rules; management; OSHA standards relating to chemical use; and Worker’s Compensation Act.
  • Total Hours (350 hours): the above hour requirements must be met by each student in each category in order for the earned hours to be accepted by the applicable regulatory agency for examination.

Manicuring Curriculum – Indiana

Theory and demonstration as well as Sanitation and Actual Practice are required. The hours required in classroom theory training identified below are defined as a systematically organized knowledge of a system of facts, accepted principles, laws and rules of procedure devised to: analyze, predict, explain or demonstrate the nature of a particular subject matter of training. Such a system is distinguished from actual practice.

Mannicuring Curriculum Indiana

*NOTE: Tricoci University of Beauty Culture’s manicuring curriculum requires an additional 150 hours of training beyond the minimum hours required by the State of Indiana; as a result, this program is 600 hours while the minimum state requirement is 450 hours Tricoci University of Beauty Culture’s rationale for adding these hours is our belief that students require additional theory and practice to become effective nail care professionals. This benefits the student by allowing them to further develop a deeper understanding of key nail care theories as well as the advanced skills that can make them more successful in the initial years of their career.

1000 Hour Cosmetology Teacher Program

This program will prepare a new generation of licensed Cosmetologists, Estheticians and Manicurists/Nail Technologists for a career as a teacher in Cosmetology, Esthetics and/or Manicuring/Nail Technology. The Cosmetology Teacher student will learn ethical leadership, advanced skills, workplace safety and teaching methodology to obtain licensure as well as an entry level position in their chosen career.

Program Objective

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture is dedicated to providing the most current, technically precise, versatile teaching methodology and education available in the teaching field today. Upon completion of our program, our students will have a secure foundation in all aspects of the teaching field including developing teaching aids, student motivation and learning, curriculum development and record management. We will provide you with the necessary education, theoretically, practically and artistically, to professionally organize, teach and monitor all facets of a classroom and clinic.

Our educational methodology far surpasses school requirements and solidifies your ability to make your mark as professional educator. At Tricoci University of Beauty Culture, we strive to exceed the expectations of the industry needs and ensure that our Cosmetology Teacher students are educated in the industry standards of basic and advanced educational practices, build integrity in classroom communications, and offer our Cosmetology Teacher students the ability to become the very best the beauty school industry has to offer.

Cosmetology Teacher Curriculum – Illinois

The Cosmetology Teacher programs in Illinois will include the following categories of training, for the number of hours listed:

1000 Hour Cosmetology Teacher Program:

  • Post Graduate School Training (500 hours): basic cosmetology curriculum including theory and practice. Presentation of material including concepts that are intended to be taught and the skills to be acquired during the various phases of basic education.
  • Educational Psychology (20 hours): including but not limited to topics in educational objectives, student characteristics and development, the learning process and an evaluation of learning that relates to teaching.
  • Teaching Methods (20 hours): includes but not limited to topics in individual differences in learning, lesson planning and design, lesson delivery, assessment of learning performance, classroom management, student motivation and classroom climate.
  • Application of Teaching Methods (150 hours): includes preparation and organization of subject matter to be presented on a unit by unit basis through application of varied methods (lecture, demonstration, testing and assignments). Presentations must provide teaching objectives to be accomplished and correlate theoretical with practical application.
  • Business Methods (50 hours): include inventory, recordkeeping, interviewing, and supplies, The Illinois Barber, Cosmetology, Esthetics and Nail Technology Act.
  • Student Teaching (260 hours): under the on-site supervision of an Illinois licensed teacher, the student teacher shall present theoretical and practical demonstrations to students in the basic curriculum.
  • Total Hours (1000 hours): The above hour requirements must be met by each student in each category in order for the earned hours to be accepted by the applicable regulatory agency for examination.

600 Hour Cosmetology Teacher Program

This program will prepare a new generation of licensed Cosmetologists, Estheticians and Manicurists/Nail Technologists for a career as a teacher in Cosmetology, Esthetics and/or Manicuring/Nail Technology. The teacher trainer student will learn ethical leadership, advanced skills, workplace safety and teaching methodology to obtain licensure as well as an entry level position in their chosen career.

Program Objective

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture is dedicated to providing the most current, technically precise, versatile teaching methodology and education available in the teaching field today. Upon completion of our program, our students will have a secure foundation in all aspects of the teaching field including developing teaching aids, student motivation and learning, curriculum development and record management. We will provide you with the necessary education, theoretically, practically and artistically, to professionally organize, teach and monitor all facets of a classroom and clinic.

Our educational methodology far surpasses school requirements and solidifies your ability to make your mark as professional educator. At Tricoci University of Beauty Culture, we strive to exceed the expectations of the industry needs and ensure that our Cosmetology Teacher students are educated in the industry standards of basic and advanced educational practices, build integrity in classroom communications, and offer our Cosmetology Teacher students the ability to become the very best the beauty school industry has to offer.

600 Hour Cosmetology Teacher Program (requires students to have 2+ years of work experience and to maintain an active Cosmetology license. Student will need to provide official proof of such work experience, see Admissions Requirements and Procedures.)

  • Post Graduate School Training (100 hours): basic cosmetology curriculum including theory and practice. Presentation of material including concepts that are intended to be taught and the skills to be acquired during the various phases of basic education.
  • Educational Psychology (20 hours): including but not limited to topics in education objectives, student characteristics and development, the learning process and an evaluation of learning that relates to teaching.
  • Teaching Methods (20 hours): included by not limited to, topics in individual differences in learning, lesson planning and design, lesson delivery, assessment of learning performance, classroom management, student motivation and classroom climate.
  • Application of Teaching Methods (150 hours): includes preparation and organization of subject matter to be presented on a unit by unit basis through application of varied methods (lecture, demonstration, testing and assignments). Presentations must provide teaching objectives to be accomplished and correlate theoretical with practical application.
  • Business Methods (50 hours): include inventory, record keeping, interviewing, and supplies, The Illinois Barber, Cosmetology, Esthetics and Nail Technology Act.
  • Student Teaching (260 hours): under the on-site supervision of an Illinois licensed teacher. The student teacher shall present theoretical and practical demonstrations to students in the basic curriculum.
  • Total Hours (600 hours): The above hour requirements must be met by each student in each category in order for the earned hours to be accepted by the applicable regulatory agency for examination.

*NOTE: Tricoci University of Beauty Culture’s 600 hours Cosmetology Teacher Program requires an additional 100 hours of training beyond the minimum hours required by the State of Illinois; as a result, this program is 600 hours while the minimum state requirement is 500 hours. Tricoci University of Beauty Culture’s rationale for adding these hours is our belief that students required the additional 100 hours to ensure proper training of Tricoci University of Beauty Culture -specific technical protocols. This benefits the student by allowing them to fully understand and master Tricoci University of Beauty Culture technical protocols to best support the education of Tricoci University of Beauty Culture Cosmetology students.

Barber Teacher 1000 Hours

This program will prepare a new generation of licensed Barbers for a career as a Barber teacher. The teacher training student will learn ethical leadership, advanced skills, workplace safety and teaching methodology to obtain licensure as well as an entry-level position in their chosen career.

Program Objective

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture is dedicated to providing the most current, technically precise, versatile teaching methodology and education available in the teaching field today. Upon completion of our program, our students will have a secure foundation in all aspects of the teaching field including developing teaching aids, student motivation and learning, curriculum development and record management. We will provide you with the necessary education.

Barber Teacher Curriculum

The barber program includes the following categories of training, for the number of hours listed:

  • Practice of Barbering (100 hours)—General theory and practical application of subject areas: tools and their use; shampoo; understanding chemicals and use; types of hair; sanitation; hygiene; Barber history; Shaving and facial hair design; skin diseases and conditions; anatomy and physiology; electricity; ethics; nail technology; and esthetics.
  • Theory of Barbering (100 hours)—Theory of subject areas: Barber history; bacteriology; infection control and safe work practices; implements, tools and equipment; Anatomy and physiology; chemistry; electricity and light therapy; properties and disorders of the skin; properties and disorders of the hair and scalp; treatment of the hair and scalp; facial and scalp massage; shaving and facial hair design; haircutting and styling; chemical texture services; hair coloring and lightening;
  • Methods of Teaching (100 hours)—Includes topics in individual differences in learning, lesson planning and design, lesson delivery, assessment of learning performance, classroom management, student motivation, classroom climate.
  • School Management (100 hours)—Includes but is not limited to barbershop management; pertinent State and local laws and rules; and Worker’s Compensation Act.
  • Application of Teaching Methods: (100 hours)—Including preparation and organization of subject matter to be presented on a unit by unit basis through application of varied methods (lecture, demonstration, testing and assignments). Presentations must provide teaching objectives to be accomplished and correlate theoretical with practical application.
  • Student Teaching (500 hours)—Under the on-site supervision of a licensed teacher, the student teacher shall present theoretical and practical demonstrations to students in the basic curriculum
  • Total hours (1000 hours)—the above hour requirements must be met by each student in each category in order for the earned hours to be accepted by the applicable regulatory agency for examination.

Barber Teacher 600 Hours

This program will prepare a new generation of licensed Barbers for a career as a Barber teacher. The Barber teacher student will learn ethical leadership, advanced skills, workplace safety and teaching methodology to obtain licensure as well as an entry level position in their chosen career.

Program Objective

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture is dedicated to providing the most current, technically precise, versatile teaching methodology and education available in the teaching field today. Upon completion of our program, our students will have a secure foundation in all aspects of the teaching field including developing teaching aids, student motivation and learning, curriculum development and record management. We will provide you with the necessary education.

Barber Teacher Curriculum

The barber program includes the following categories of training, for the number of hours listed:

  • Practice of Barbering (100 hours)—General theory and practical application of subject areas: tools and their use; shampoo; understanding chemicals and use; types of hair; sanitation; hygiene; Barber history; Shaving and facial hair design; skin diseases and conditions; anatomy and physiology; electricity; ethics; nail technology; and esthetics.
  • Theory of Barbering (100 hours)—Theory of subject areas: Barber history; bacteriology; infection control and safe work practices; implements, tools and equipment; Anatomy and physiology; chemistry; electricity and light therapy; properties and disorders of the skin; properties and disorders of the hair and scalp; treatment of the hair and scalp; facial and scalp massage; shaving and facial hair design; haircutting and styling; chemical texture services; hair coloring and lightening;
  • Methods of Teaching (100 hours)—Includes topics in individual differences in learning, lesson planning and design, lesson delivery, assessment of learning performance, classroom management, student motivation, classroom climate.
  • School Management (100 hours)—Includes but is not limited to barbershop management; pertinent State and local laws and rules; and Worker’s Compensation Act.
  • Application of Teaching Methods: (100 hours)—Including preparation and organization of subject matter to be presented on a unit by unit basis through application of varied methods (lecture, demonstration, testing and assignments). Presentations must provide teaching objectives to be accomplished and correlate theoretical with practical application.
  • Student Teaching (100 hours) Under the on-site supervision of a licensed teacher, the student teacher shall present theoretical and practical demonstrations to students in the basic curriculum
  • Total hours (600 hours)—the above hour requirements must be met by each student in each category in order for the earned hours to be accepted by the applicable regulatory agency for examination.

*NOTE: Tricoci University of Beauty Culture’s 600 hours Barber Teacher Program requires an additional 100 hours of training beyond the minimum hours required by the State of Illinois; as a result, this program is 600 hours while the minimum state requirement is 500 hours. Tricoci University of Beauty Culture’s rationale for adding these hours is our belief that students required the additional 100 hours to ensure proper training of Tricoci University of Beauty Culture -specific technical protocols. This benefits the student by allowing them to fully understand and master Tricoci University of Beauty Culture technical protocols to best support the education of Tricoci University of Beauty Culture Barbering students.

750 Hour Esthetics Teacher Program

This program will prepare a new generation of licensed Cosmetologists, Estheticians and Manicurists/Nail Technologists for a career as a teacher in Cosmetology, Esthetics and/or Manicuring/Nail Technology. The Esthetics teacher student will learn ethical leadership, advanced skills, workplace safety and teaching methodology to obtain licensure as well as an entry level position in their chosen career.

Program Objective

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture is dedicated to providing the most current, technically precise, versatile teaching methodology and education available in the teaching field today. Upon completion of our program, our students will have a secure foundation in all aspects of the teaching field including developing teaching aids, student motivation and learning, curriculum development and record management. We will provide you with the necessary education, theoretically, practically and artistically, to professionally organize, teach and monitor all facets of a classroom and clinic.

Our educational methodology far surpasses school requirements and solidifies your ability to make your mark as professional educator. At Tricoci University of Beauty Culture, we strive to exceed the expectations of the industry needs and ensure that our Esthetics Teacher students are educated in the industry standards of basic and advanced educational practices, build integrity in classroom communications, and offer our Esthetics Teacher students the ability to become the very best the beauty school industry has to offer.

750 Hour Esthetics Teacher Program:

  • Post Graduate School Training (250 hours): basic esthetics curriculum including theory and practice. Presentation of material including concepts that are intended to be taught and the skills to be acquired during the various phases of basic education.
  • Educational Psychology (20 hours): including but not limited to topics in educational objectives, student characteristics and development, the learning process and an evaluation of learning that relates to teaching.
  • Teaching Methods (20 hours): includes but not limited to, topics in individual differences in learning, lesson planning and design, lesson delivery, assessment of learning performance, classroom management, student motivation and classroom climate.
  • Application of Teaching Methods (150 hours): includes preparation and organization of subject matter to be presented on a unit by unit basis through application of varied methods (lecture, demonstration, testing and assignments). Presentations must provide teaching objectives to be accomplished and correlate theoretical with practical application.
  • Business Methods (50 hours): include inventory, recordkeeping, interviewing, and supplies, The Illinois Barber, Cosmetology, Esthetics and Nail Technology Act.
  • Student Teaching (260 hours): under the on-site supervision of an Illinois licensed teacher, the student teacher shall present theoretical and practical demonstrations to students in the basic curriculum.
  • Total Hours (750 hours): The above hour requirements must be met by each student in each category in order for the earned hours to be accepted by the applicable regulatory agency for examination.

Instructor Trainer Program

This program will prepare a new generation of licensed Cosmetologists, Estheticians and Manicurists/Nail Technologists for a career as a teacher in Cosmetology, Esthetics and/or Manicuring/Nail Technology. The instructor trainer student will learn ethical leadership, advanced skills, workplace safety and teaching methodology to obtain licensure as well as an entry level position in their chosen career.

Program Objective

Tricoci University of Beauty Culture is dedicated to providing the most current, technically precise, versatile teaching methodology and education available in the teaching field today. Upon completion of our course, our students will have a secure foundation in all aspects of the teaching field including developing teaching aids, student motivation and learning, curriculum development and record management. We will provide you with the necessary education, theoretically, practically and artistically, to professionally organize, teach and monitor all facets of a classroom and clinic.

Our educational methodology far surpasses school requirements and solidifies your ability to make your mark as professional educator. At Tricoci University of Beauty Culture, we strive to exceed the expectations of the industry needs and ensure that our teacher trainer students are educated in the industry standards of basic and advanced educational practices, build integrity in classroom communications, and offer our teacher trainer students the ability to become the very best the beauty school industry has to offer.

Instructor Trainer Curriculum – Indiana

Theory and demonstration as well as Sanitation and Actual Practice are required. The hours required in classroom theory trainer identified below are defined as a systematically organized knowledge of a system of facts, accepted principles, laws and rules of procedure devised to: analyze, predict, explain or demonstrate the nature of a particular subject matter of training. Such a system is distinguished from actual practice.

Instructor Curriculum Indiana