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  • GROOMING & SALON SERVICESCourse Schedule Fall 2017Spring 2018

    Marion County Public Schools, An Equal Opportunity School District

    THE TOOLS FOR SUCCESS. THE TRAINING TO GET YOU THERE. MarionTC.edu | /MyMarionTC

  • Get the Career and Education You Need.

    COSMETOLOGY

    The mission of Marion Technical College is to serve the citizens of Marion County by providing relevant, high-quality educational opportunities and positive personal interaction with all who enter our doors.

    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:The Cosmetology Program prepares students for employment as licensed cosmetologists. The program has been offered through MTC for over 20 years. The Cosmetology program is a combination of theory and clinical experience that provides students with the knowledge base needed to pass the licensure exam and with the skills needed to achieve gainful employment in the industry. Students acquire hands-on skills training through MTCs on-campus learning lab/salon, which is open to the general public for services.

    The program includes instruction in all aspects of hair care, as well as facials and skin care, and manicure and pedicure nail care.

    COURSES:Grooming and Salon Service, and Nails CSP0009

    Cosmetologist and Hairdresser (1 of 3) COS0002(Prerequisites: CSP0009)

    Cosmetologist and Hairdresser (2 of 3) COS0003(Prerequisites: CSP0009 and CSP0002)

    Cosmetologist and Hairdresser (3 of 3) COS0009(Prerequisites: CSP0009, COS0002, and COS0003)

    EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK:Overall employment of barbers, hairdressers, and cosmetologists is projected to grow 13 percent from 2012 to 2022. Demand for hair coloring, hair straightening, and other advanced hair treatments has risen in recent years, a trend that is expected to continue over the coming decade.*

    SALARY RANGE:In the state of Florida, Cosmetologists may earn between $17,440 and $45,700 per year.*

    This program is approved for VA training. All fees are subject to change. Please contact the Student Services Department for current costs.* Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Program

    Instructor(s) Day/Night Meeting Day(s) Meeting Times Start/End Date Tuition Lab Fee Books (Estimate) Misc. Fees (Estimate) Total Program Costs

    L. Feole / R. Serjak Day Monday Thursday 8:00am 4:00pm

    7/2017 6/2018 1/3/2018 12/2018

    7/2018 6/2019$3,504.00 $420.00 $262.15 $680.34 $4,866.49

    J. French Night Monday Thursday 5:00pm 10:00pm7/2017 12/2018 1/3/2018 6/20197/2018 12/2019

    $3,504.00 $420.00 $262.15 $680.34 $4,866.49

    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Standard career and technical program admission procedures

    apply. (See MTC catalog.) Applicants are also required to complete a supplemental application

    packet which includes recommendations. High school diplomastandard or GED is recommended. Interviews will be scheduled as needed for selected applicants

    meeting criteria and deadline.

    CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION:Upon completion of all program requirements, the student earns a Certificate of Completion in Cosmetology.

    CERTIFICATIONS:Program completers are eligible to take the state cosmetology examination to become licensed cosmetologists. CPR/First Aid Certification, and HIV/AIDS certificate.

    APPLICATION DEADLINES:For the January 2018 course, applications are due by Thursday, October 19, 2017. For the July 2018, course, applications are due by Thursday, April 12, 2018. However, for both courses, applications will be accepted until classes fill.

    Program Number: D500100

    Program Length: 1,200 hours, 40 weeks (daytime); 60 weeks (evening)

    INFORMATION SESSIONSAll students planning to enroll in the 20172018 Cosmetology classes are required to attend one of the following information sessions:

    July 2017 and January 2018 Classes | 6:00pm at Brewster Hall on MTC Campus

    8/21/20179/18/201710/9/2017

    11/13/2017

    1/22/20182/12/20183/19/20184/9/20185/7/2018

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    NAILS SPECIALTY Get the Career and Education You Need.

    MarionTC.edu | 352.671.7200 | /MyMarionTC

    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:The Nails Specialty Program trains students for employment as a registered nail specialist. This program has been a MTC offering for more than 10 years. The program is a combination of theory and clinical practice that prepares the students with a knowledge base and skills necessary to qualify for a nails specialty registration from the State Board of Cosmetology and obtain employment in the nail specialty industry. During the course, students receive hands-on, clinical experience in MTCs on campus nails salon.

    The course includes instruction in safety and proper sanitation, manicuring, pedicuring, application of nail enhancements, art techniques, and more.

    COURSES:Manicurist and Pedicurist CSP0015A

    EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK:Job opportunities should be very good overall. The growing number of nail salons and the need to replace workers who transfer to other occupations will result in many job openings. The desire among young women and a growing number of men to lead a more healthful lifestyle through better grooming and wellness should also result in higher employment.*

    Instructor(s) Day/Night Meeting Day(s) Meeting Times Start/End Date Tuition Lab Fee Books (Estimate) Misc. Fees (Estimate) Total Program Costs

    Y. Washington Night Monday Wednesday 5:00pm 10:00pm 8/10/2017 12/20172/12/2018 5/2018 $701.00 $84.00 $115.71 $333.76 $1,234.47

    SALARY RANGE:In the state of Florida, manicurists/pedicurists may earn between $17,000 and $46,360 per year.*

    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Standard career and technical program admission procedures

    apply. (See MTC catalog.)

    Applicants are also required to complete a supplemental application packet which includes recommendations.

    High school diplomastandard or GED is recommended.

    Interviews will be scheduled as needed for selected applicants meeting criteria and deadline.

    CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION:Upon completion of all program requirements, the student earns a Certificate of Completion in Nails Specialty.

    CERTIFICATIONS:Program completers may apply to the state to register as certified nail specialists. Ready to Work Certificate and HIV/AIDS certificate.

    APPLICATION DEADLINES:For the August 2017 class, applications are due by Thursday, April 6, 2017. For the February 2018 class, applications are due by October 19, 2017. However, applications will be accepted until the class fills.

    Program Number: CSP0015

    Program Length: 240 hours, 16 weeks

    This program is approved for VA training.All fees are subject to change. Please contact the Student Services Department for current costs.* Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Program

    INFORMATION SESSIONSAll students planning to enroll in the 20172018 Nails Specialty classes are required to attend one of the following information sessions:

    August 2017 and February 2018 Classes | 10:00am at Brewster Hall on MTC Campus

    8/21/20179/18/201710/9/2017

    11/13/2017

    1/22/20182/12/20183/19/20184/9/20185/7/2018

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  • Get the Career and Education You Need.

    BARBERING

    The mission of Marion Technical College is to serve the citizens of Marion County by providing relevant, high-quality educational opportunities and positive personal interaction with all who enter our doors. MarionTC.edu | 352.671.7200 | /MyMarionTC

    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment as restricted barbers or barbers. Instruction is designed to qualify students for employment upon successfully passing the Florida Restricted Barber or Barber License Examination.

    The program is a combination of theory and hands-on training provided on the Marion Technical College campus. It provides technical skill proficiency and includes competency-based applied learning that contributes to the academic knowledge; higher-order reasoning and problem-solving skills; work attitudes; general employability skills, technical skills, and occupation-specific skills; and knowledge of all aspects of barbering.

    COURSES:Restricted Barber 1 COS0150

    Restricted Barber 2 COS0151(Prerequisite: COS0150)

    Restricted Barber 3 COS0152(Prerequisite: COS0151, COS0150)

    Barber COS0671(Prerequisite: COS0152, COS0151, COS0150)

    EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK:Employment of barbers, hairdressers, and cosmetologists is projected to grow 10 percent from 2014 to 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. The need for barbers will stem primarily from an increasing population, which will lead to greater demand for basic hair care services.**

    SALARY RANGE:In the state of Florida, barbers may earn an annual salary between $18,284 and $27,664.* Nationally, barbers may earn between $17,927 and $47,403 annually.**

    This program is approved for VA training.All fees are subject to change.Please contact the Student Services Department for current costs.* Source: Floridas Labor Market Statistics Center** Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics

    Instructor(s) Day/Night Meeting Day(s) Meeting Times Start/End Date Tuition Lab Fee Books (Estimate) Misc. Fees (Estimate) Total Program Costs

    TBA Evening Monday Thursday 5:00pm 10:00pm 10/8/2017 -2/2019 $3,504.00 $420.00 $235.40 $947.60 $5,107.00

    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Standard career and technical program admission procedures apply.

    High school diplomastandard or GED strongly recommended.

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