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Occupational Analysis: Cosmetology

" The Cosmetology Program Promotes Career Opportunities for Individuals and Develops the Nation's Workforce."
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Erica McGuirk

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Transcript of Occupational Analysis: Cosmetology

_Cathy Melius and Erica McGuirk Occupational Analysis:
Cosmetology Hairstylist
Make Up Artist
Teacher
Manicurist
Pedicurist
Esthetician
Color Specialist
Cosmetic Chemist Career Pathways "Our Mission..." Bedford County Technical Center "To enrich the quality of life in our community through specialized learning opportunities." "Our Curriculum's Purpose..." "Designed to meet the current needs of business/industry and stands ready to anticipate the future demands of the economy." "Our Belief...." "We believe in building collaborative connections among higher education, economic development and workforce development to ensure alignment with Pennsylvania's economic priorities." MISSION 1: Promote Career Opportunities for individuals Employability Skills Communication with Clients and Co-workers
Schedule/Organize Appointments
Knowledge of Retail Procedures
Computer Skills
Critical Thinking
Problem Solving Skills
Maintaining Client Cards
Active Learning
Telephone Skills Industry Preparation Students provide services to the public under the supervision of the instructors.
Opportunities within Cooperative Education Programs
Senior Job Shadowing Project (CCCTC) Articulation Agreements Altoona Beauty School Douglas Education Center Both give credit for previously completed hours. O-NET Importance Category Task
99 Core Keep work stations clean and sanitize tools such as scissors and combs.
92 Core Cut, trim and shape hair or hairpieces, based on customers' instructions, hair type and facial features, using clippers, scissors, trimmers and razors.
91 Core Analyze patrons' hair and other physical features to determine and recommend beauty treatment or suggest hair styles.
90 Core Schedule client appointments.
89 Core Bleach, dye, or tint hair, using applicator or brush.
88 Core Update and maintain customer information records, such as beauty services provided.
87 Core Shampoo, rinse, condition and dry hair and scalp or hairpieces with water, liquid soap, or other solutions.
85 Core Operate cash registers to receive payments from patrons.
85 Core Demonstrate and sell hair care products and cosmetics.
83 Core Develop new styles and techniques.
83 Core Apply water, setting, straightening or waving solutions to hair and use curlers, rollers, hot combs and curling irons to press and curl hair.
78 Core Comb, brush, and spray hair or wigs to set style.
76 Core Shape eyebrows and remove facial hair, using depilatory cream, tweezers, electrolysis or wax.
70 Core Administer therapeutic medication and advise patron to seek medical treatment for chronic or contagious scalp conditions.
69 Core Massage and treat scalp for hygienic and remedial purposes, using hands, fingers, or vibrating equipment.
66 Core Shave, trim and shape beards and moustaches.
72 Supplemental Train or supervise other hairstylists, hairdressers and assistants.
61 Supplemental Recommend and explain the use of cosmetics, lotions, and creams to soften and lubricate skin and enhance and restore natural appearance.
59 Supplemental Give facials to patrons, using special compounds such as lotions and creams.
58 Supplemental Clean, shape, and polish fingernails and toenails, using files and nail polish.
51 Supplemental Apply artificial fingernails.
42 Supplemental Attach wigs or hairpieces to model heads and dress wigs and hairpieces according to instructions, samples, sketches or photographs. Cathy's Task Lists Occupational Orientation
Safety
Employability Skills
State Law/State Boards
Shampooing/Conditioning
Sanitation
Skin Care
Nail Care
Hairstyling
Artificial Hair
Hair cutting
Permanent Waving
Chemical Relaxing
Hair Coloring
Related Theory Prepare Nation's Workforce MISSION 2 2010-2011
100% Advanced Certification
2011-2012
95% Advanced Certification Cathy's Senior NOCTI Scores Technical Skills Academic Skills R11A1.1 _Identify and Apply the meaning of Vocabulary
R11.a.2.4_Identify and explain main ideas and relevant texts
1.6.11.A_ Listen critically and respond to others in small and large group situations.
1.6.11.B_ Demonstrate awareness of audience using appropriate volume and clarity in formal speaking
M11.B.2.1 Use and/or compare measurements of angles.
13.1.11.D Evaluate school-based opportunities for career awareness/preparation
13.1.11.B Analyze career options based on personal interests, abilities, aptitudes, achievement and goals
13.1.11.A Relate careers to individual interests, abilities and aptitudes. Overcoming Barriers...
"We are an equal opportunity education institution and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, handicap, or limited English proficiency, in its activities, programs or employment practices." Program Placement Data (CCCTC) CRAWFORD COUNTY CAREER AND TECHNICAL CENTER PLACEMENT OF GRADUATES - ONE-YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY COSMETOLOGY NUMBER OF GRADUATES EMPLOYED MILITARY FURTHER EDUCATION HOMEMAKER UNEMPLOYED DECEASED/ DISABLED INCARCERATED UNKNOWN NUMBER OF COUNTED GRADUATES *TOTAL IN RELATED FIELD **TOTAL PLACEMENT RELATED UNRELATED RELATED UNRELATED RELATED UNRELATED 2006 16 6 5 3 1 1 16 9 = 56.25% 15 = 93.75%2007 15 6 6 1 2 15 7 = 46.67% 15 = 100.00%2008 14 7 2 1 3 1 14 7 = 50.00% 14 = 100.00%2009 15 7 3 2 1 1 1 15 8 = 53.33% 15 = 100.00%2010 12 8 1 3 12 8 = 66.67% 12 = 100.00%TOTAL 72 34 17 0 3 5 9 3 1 0 0 0 72 39 = 54.17% 71 = 98.61%PERCENT 47.2% 23.6% 0.0% 4.2% 6.9% 12.5% 4.2% 1.4% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% *Total In Related Field includes graduates presently in a shop-related field of employment, military service or further schooling. **Total Placement includes all counted graduates who are not presently unemployed. Student Attendance Rates (CCCTC) Crawford County CTC Cosmetology 2012 Graduates Gr Level Enrollment Absences Gr Level Enrollment Absences Gr Level Enrollment Absences10 180 0 11 180 2 12 7 110 180 9 11 180 13 12 154 1010 180 7 11 180 10 12 154 810 180 8 11 180 9 12 154 1110 180 6 11 180 15 12 154 4810 180 13 11 180 24 12 154 1910 180 9 11 180 14 12 154 1310 180 9 11 180 16 12 154 2010 180 9 11 180 12 12 154 24 180 8 180 12.77777778 137.6666667 17 4.3% 7.1% 12.4% Average Absenteeism 7.9% Average Attendance 92.1% Crawford County CTC Cosmetology 2011 Graduates Gr Level Enrollment Absences Gr Level Enrollment Absences Gr Level Enrollment Absences10 180 4 11 180 5 12 154 210 180 21 11 180 18 12 154 3810 180 15 11 180 19 12 154 1410 180 12 11 180 9 12 154 1110 180 12 11 180 14 12 154 1310 180 7 11 180 15 12 154 2210 180 4 11 180 0 12 154 110 180 22 11 180 21 12 154 4010 180 17 11 180 16 12 154 3110 180 1 11 180 3 12 154 710 180 3 11 180 7 12 154 15 180 11 180 12 154 18 6.0% 6.4% 11.5% Average Absenteeism 7.9% Average Attendance 92.1% Sample Assignments that Help Lead to Labor Market Advantage Name_____________Facial Shape Project
1. Find 10 different face shapes in magazines, books, and on-line. Create a collage using as many face shapes as possible.
2. Cut out and mount neatly on construction paper
3. Make sure to label according to the correct facial type
4. Due Monday.. November 1,20125. You will receive 5 pts for each properly labeled face shape. This is worth 50 points. Be Creative!!!!! 2nd year Cosmetology StudentsColor Manikin Project Name_______________________ Date____________
Right Front Section—Color the hair to NOT have any gold in that section Formula used __________________________________
Teacher Signature_______________________________

Right Rear Section—Cover the gray hair (you pick the level)
Formula used __________________________________
Teacher Signature_______________________________

Left Front Section – Color the hair to have red in it
Formula used __________________________________
Teacher Signature_______________________________

Left Rear Section— Foil in highlights/ Hi-lift color
Formula used __________________________________
Teacher Signature_______________________________

**Keep in mind when you are done with this assignment you then must color the manikin one complete color. Cosmetology Advisory Committee (BCTC) Betty Shaffer (Premier Beauty Salon)
Owner
Stephanie and Cindy Eshman (Just My Style)
Owner/Co-Owner
Adena Davis (Beauty Salon)
Owner
Gretchen Davis (Sharper Images)
Owner
Jessica Douglas (Serenity Salon)
Owner
Kelli Whitfield (Designing Images)
Former Student/Working Stylist
Michelle Hinson (Doll House Designs)
Parent/ Working Stylist
Brittany Hinson
Current Student Cathy's Credentials Graduate of the Bedford County Technical Center's Cosmetology Program
Continued Education at Altoona Beauty School and received Cosmetology Teacher's License
Stylist at Head Hunters and Mane Street Designs
Owner of Cathy's Shear Touch
Instructor at BCTC
Has Obtained Vocational 1 Certification
Working Towards Vocational 2 Certification
Facilitator for the Look Good Feel Better Organization BCTC's Incumbent Workers "Our school is open to students beginning a new career, students who are staying competitive in the workforce or students looking for re-training." Post Program Outcomes Post secondary opportunities include additional hours for teachers training. Post Program Potential Job Placement "My OAC members are very supportive and have hired graduates from my program and also support me with letters stating there is a need for my students to help with high priority occupations support." _ Cathy Program Certification "Our Cosmetology program gives students the opportunity to acquire the 1250 Hours necessary to take Pennsylvania State Board of Cosmetology Exams. If they receive a passing grade on both the practical and theory portions, a license will be issued." _Cathy Student Awards " In the past three years, I have had three second place winners in the SkillsUSA District competition." _Cathy National Employment Outlook (ONETONLINE.ORG) Median Wages: $10.85 Hourly; $22,570 Annual
Employment: 628,000 employees
Projected Growth: Average (10-19%)
Projected Job Openings: 218,100 Bureau of Labor Statistics State Labor Market/Employment Outlook (onetonline.org) State and National Trends
United States Employment Percent
Change Job Openings 1
2010 2020
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists 627,700 726,100 +16% 21,810
Pennsylvania Employment Percent
Change Job Openings 1
2008 2018
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists 37,150 42,100 +13% 940 Centre
65,172 807Centre
65,172 807 Centre County
Employment: 65,172
Average Wage: 807 High Priority Occupations :

At this time, Cosmetology is not a high priority occupation in the state of Pennsylvania (http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/statewide_high_priority_occupations/12888)
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