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Freshman: First 40 hours of instruction in basic manicuring and pedicuring.

Intermediate: 41 to 240 hours of instruction in artificial acrylic nail application.

Advanced: 241 to 400 hours of instruction in gel nail application

Note: There will be scheduled 5 hours of theoretical instruction per week.


Milady’s Manicuring Text 1 Set Manicuring Implements

Manicuring Workbook 1 Nail Brush

Health & Safety Rules 1 Polish Kit

1 Manicuring Bowl 1 Set Pedicurring Implements

2 Sanitizing Jars 4 2oz Bottles

1 Uniform Top 1 Cuticle Scissors

1 Acrylic Nail Kit 1 Nail Wrap Kit

1 Nail Tip Kit 1 Storage Case

1 Nail Clipper Misc. Emery Boards

Manicuring (400 hours)

This short intensive course is ideal for the young professional seeking an entry position in the industry, or for the mature adult who is re-entering the job market. All beauty salons offer manicuring services to their patrons and employment opportunities are readily available to a well trained and experienced manicurist. Taught are acrylic extensions, silk wraps, tips and overlays, pedicures, plain and oil manicuring techniques, sanitation and safety requirements, along with manicure salon management and professionalism.



Min. Operations

Cosmetology Act, State

Board Rules and Regulations

10 or more

Cosmetology Chemistry

10 or more

Health & Safety/Hazardous Sub.

15 or more

Disinfection and Sanitation

10 or more


Bacteriology, Anatomy, Physiology

10 or more

Water/Oil Manicures

15 or more

40 or more

Complete Pedicure

10 or more

20 or more

Artificial Nails Liquid & Powder Brush On

15 or more

80 nails

Nail Tips

10 or more

60 nails

Nail Wraps & Repairs

5 or more

40 nails

Additional Instruction & Training

10 maximum


600 Hours of instruction

Freshman: First 80 hours of instruction learning basic techniques in massage, product knowledge and application, health & safety, sanitation, rules :& regulations.

Intermediate: 81 to 300 hours of instruction learning advanced techniques in waxing.

Advanced: 301 to 600 hours of instruction in makeup application and advanced esthetics.


Milady Text Book for Esthetician 2008 2012 Edition

1 Red Rolling Caddy for equipment & supplies

Dermalogical procedure manual.

Dermalogical professional products, i.e., cleansers, toners, massage lotion, packs & masks.

Make up kit; implement kit, makeup brushes, waxing sticks, soft wax, hard wax, pre-epilation oil

Muslin roll


Classroom Instruction;

5 hours or more Cosmetology Acts: & Rules

15 hours of more Cosmetology Chemistry

5 hours or more Electricity & Safety

15 or more Bacteriology, Sanitation, Sterilization, Safety Precautions, Anatomy & Physiology

30 or more Facials Manual

30 or more Facials Electrical

15 or more Eyebrow Arching & Hair Removal

15 or more Make-Up & Eyelash Application

30 or more Additional Instruction & Training


20 or more Facials Manual

40 or more Facials Electrical

20 or more Hair Removal & Eyebrow Arching

20 or more Make-up & Eyelash Applications


Instructor Training (600 hours)

Prerequisite: Must hold valid Cosmetologist License and a High School diploma or GED equivalency. Well trained, professional instructors are always in demand. Those with the ability will find teaching a challenging and rewarding career. Opportunities exist in public and private schools, and with cosmetic and beauty product manufacturers and distributors.


1 Syllabus for the “Training of Instructors”

1 Set “Performance Criteria”

1 State Board “Rules and Regulations

1 Cosmetology Act

1 Course “Outline” Book

1 Uniform Top
Note: Kit contents may vary depending on supplier’s availability and substitutions may be made upon additions or changes to your course of study. Clinical supplies are provided from the dispensary as needed.


Technical Instruction Subject

10 or more hours of Cosmetology Act and Board Rules & Regulations

145 or more hours in Preparatory Training
Practical Operations

50 or more Preparatory Training

100 or more Conducting Classroom Instruction

300 or more Supervision of Student Practice


This is a sample outline of the general manner in which a student spends their time in school. This schedule may be rotated or changed by the school or instructor to meet special needs.

School days: Tuesday through Saturday


8:30 to 10:30

All students: classroom theory

10:30 to 1:00

Orientation for new students

Seniors: clinic floor

Freshman: procedures, demonstrations

1:00 to 1:30


1:30 to 4:30

Instruction and practice curl

Construction and finger waves

4:30 to 5:00

Sanitation, record keeping


8:30 to 10:30

All students: classroom theory

10:30 to 1:00

Styling video, practice shaping and moldings with mannequins set

1:00 to 1:30


1:30 to 4:30

Theory, demonstrations, practical applications on mannequins/models

4:30 to 5:00

Sanitation, record keeping


8:30 to 9:30

All students: classroom theory

9:30 to 1:00

Hair coloring techniques

1:00 to 1:30


1:30 to 4:30

Permanent wave class and practice

4:30 to 5:00

Sanitation, record keeping


8:30 to 9:30

All students: theory exam

9:30 to 1:00

Manicuring demonstration and practice

1:00 to 1:30


1:30 to 4:30

Practice on mannequins, models, clinic patrons

4:30 to 5:00

Sanitation, record keeping


8:30 to 1:00

Freshman: manicuring practice on models

Junior/Senior: practice on patrons

1:00 to 1:30


1:30 to 4:30

Clinic practice, model practice, mannequin practice all students

4:30 to 5:00

Sanitation, record keeping



Attendance Progress: You are enrolled in a Butte Community College credit program, earning between 12 and 15 units per semester. The following attendance schedule must be strictly adhered to:



Completion Time

Maximum Absence


1600 hours

42 weeks

10 days


400 hours

10 weeks

3 days


600 hours

16 weeks

5 days


600 hours

15 weeks

5 days

Note: Exceptions would be for religious beliefs preventing Saturday attendance or less than full time attendance approved by the Community College.
Attendance Progress Evaluation: See Appendix A for schedule indicating the minimum hours and operations of training that the student must complete by the end of each 100 hours of clocked attendance.
Attendance evaluations are made at six week intervals (240 hours of clocked attendance) for Cosmetology or Instructor Training and at 160 hours for Manicuring.

Butte Community College allows a maximum of 16 hours of excused absence in each of the seven (7) six week sessions. This means you can only miss 16 hours out of the 240 hours possible during a six week session, or 2 1/2 days out of 45 days, or 8.3% of the time. Those students that exceed the maximum absentee limit can be subject to dismissal from the programs.

Academic Progress Evaluation: Butte Community College, Chico Beauty Colleges, require that you maintain a “C” grade average to remain in our programs.
Grades and units are awarded at the end of each six week session based upon Attendance, Theory test grades, Practical Performance, Attitude and Appearance. Letter grades are posted every six weeks. Official transcripts of semester grades and units awarded may be requested through Admission and Records at Butte Community College. The first two copies are free of charge, $3.00 per copy thereafter. Chico Beauty College will issue a report card if a student so requests. Please feel free to discuss your grades, practical performance and theory comprehension at any time with your Instructors or with Mrs. Grieco or Mr. Morrison.
Note: Manicuring students are academically evaluated 80, 160, 240 and 350 hours.
All students meeting the above attendance and academic standards are deemed to be making Satisfactory Progress. All students must be making Satisfactory Progress at midpoint of program: Cosmetology 800hrs, Manicuring 200hrs, Esthetician 300hrs and Instructor 300hrs.

Grades: Final grades are determined by averaging the following:




232 – 240 hours = A

90 – 100 = A

Exceeding Average = A

224 – 239 hours = B

80 – 89 = B

Satisfactory = B

220 – 223 hours = C

70 – 79 = C

Needs Improvement = C

below 219 hours = D

lower = D

Non Performance = D

Note: A letter grade of D places student on Academic Probation.
A positive attitude, proper appearance and abiding by all school rules and regulations can mean the difference between probation and a passing grade.
Probation: Any student not making Satisfactory Progress in any one six week session is deemed to be on probation for the next six week session. However, a student may still be considered to be making Satisfactory Progress, if all deficiencies are brought up to date, i.e., missed or failed tests are taken or re-taken and all practical assignments completed or brought up to date within the probationary six week session, and with no unexcused tardiness.
If the student on probation fails to make up the deficiencies without good cause within the probationary six week session, he/she may be determined to be making Unsatisfactory Progress and may be subject to dismissal from the program.

Absence, Withdrawal, Interruption of Training & Reinstatement: If a student requests a leave of absence, temporary withdrawal, or whose training is interrupted by an emergency, and who follows proper procedure by notifying the Beauty College or Butte College in writing, can resume training at the next six week session (space available). As long as the student was making Satisfactory Progress at the time training was interrupted, and had no outstanding fees or charges with either Beauty College or Butte College.

If, however, the student is dropped because of not making Satisfactory Progress after the six week period of probation or because of violating the Rules and Regulations of the Beauty College, or because of excessive absenteeism, or because of outstanding fees owed the Beauty Colleges or Butte Community College, he/she may be reinstated only upon reapplying through the Academic Standing committee’s Review Board at Butte Community College. Upon their recommendation for reinstatement and with the approval of the Beauty College (space available) and with the student submitting a letter of intent to comply, make up deficiencies, etc., may re-enroll at the next six week session on probation until Satisfactory Progress has once again been re-established.
Course incompletes, repetitions, and non-credit remedial courses have no effect upon the Satisfactory Progress policy.
Warning: If you are receiving Financial Aid, and are dropped, your continued eligibility may be jeopardized through the Community College.


The objective of our schools is to prepare you in the skills, knowledge and professional attitude so that you may enter the field of Cosmetology properly trained. The following Rules and Regulations have been prepared with these objectives in mind; if carried out, our school will function in a smoother, professional manner. You are therefore requested to study these Rules and Regulations carefully. Should you feel that you cannot abide by any of them, please call the office to discuss the matter with the school administrator. If there is no question, the school will assume that you understand all rules and Regulations clearly and that you will extend to the school your full cooperation.

Attendance: (Please see Satisfactory Progress Policy)

Time off during school hours must be arranged in advance. This is done by securing permission from the office. Misrepresentation of absences may lead to suspension.

Other than scheduled lunch breaks, leaving the school without permission from the office and/or an Instructor may lead to suspension. Clocking out for lunch and not returning without notifying the school of an emergency, may lead to suspension.
Emergency absences or tardiness must be reported to the office on or before 8:30 a.m.
If you are absent more than two (2) days, you may be required to have a note from your doctor in order to be readmitted into class.
Applied Effort: A student when “clocked in” is required to be working on operations on mannequins, clients, students, and/or attending lecture classes, and/or demonstrations. “Applied Effort” is defined in Section 919.4 (e) of the California Administrative Code; sleeping, listening to the radio, or other non-cosmetology related activities will not be accepted as “Applied Effort”. Already clocked-in students who are not obtaining “Applied Effort” and who refuse to apply themselves shall be instructed to clock out until such time that they resume “Applied Effort”. Student who leaves the school premises shall automatically be clocked out.
Student Records: Daily time tickets and work slips are essential records. They must be kept accurately and filed daily, summarized weekly. The student work slip and daily time ticket must remain at the student work station during the day. No student work slips or daily record of applied effort is to be taken from the school at any time.
All students must clock in and out on their own time ticket, no one may clock in or out for another student. It is your responsibility to clock in and out, NO handwritten entries allowed by student or Instructor.

Time is computed on the quarter hour. Deliberate manipulation of the time clock is grounds for suspension.

Classroom instruction begins at eight thirty (8:30) a.m. promptly. If you are late, you may attend the lecture or demonstration at the discretion of the Instructor and with a valid excuse.
Clinic Performance: All students must have a work slip issued by an Instructor or from the Reception Desk to receive credit. All student work must be checked by an Instructor before, during, and after completion of all services. Refusal to accept assigned work slips is not tolerated.
All sanitation procedures must at all times diligently is practiced.
All students are responsible for the completion of each operation as assigned.
Appointments: All appointments are to be made through the reception desk.
Lab/Dispensary: Assigned to the “lab” is a required part of your training. The manner and performance of “lab” duties is considered in credit of time and grade.
Personal Services: Students, with permission from the Instructor, and who are deemed to be making “Satisfactory Progress,” may have personal services. However, if a patron needs a service, the student’s service may have to be interrupted. There is a charge ($) for product, i.e. perms, color, conditioners, facial products, etc. (See receptionist for student price list). Personal work allowed on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday only.
Note: All personal work should reflect sound professional learned techniques, and should be used as a time to practice or fulfill State Board requirements.

Theory Class: Theory class starts promptly after roll is taken at 8:30 a.m. until 10:00 on Tuesday and Wednesday, until 9:30 on Thursday and Friday. No theory class is conducted on Saturday unless announced. Freshman theory times may vary.

Exams: Exams are usually given on Friday during theory, however, be prepared for “pop” quizzes or unscheduled exams on previously assigned lessons at any time. Remember – all missed or failed exams must be made up or retaken and passed to be in compliance with “satisfactory progress.”

Lunches & Breaks: A ten (10) minute break is granted twice daily by clocking out on the back of your daily time ticket. Morning breaks are to be taken after 10:00 am and before your schedule lunch. Afternoon breaks are to be taken between 2:00 – 4:00 pm only. A one half hour lunch break is scheduled daily by the reception desk and posted in student break room: Times are 11:30, 12:00 or 12:30. Student must clock out on the front of their daily time ticket for the lunch break. To change your posted lunch period, please see your Instructor. Remember: Failure to clock back in from lunch will mean a loss of time until you clock back in even if you are working on a patron. The school cannot hand write you back in.

Visitors: Visitors of patrons or students are not allowed in the clinic area or student break room. The client desires your attention and professional knowledge without distraction. Friends are required to wait in the reception area or off premises. Remember: You must clock out and deduct the time to leave the school and only with Instructor permission.

Personal Belongings: Coats, jackets, wallets, backpacks, duffel bags, purses, etc. must be stored in the appropriate place such as student locker or student coat rack before clocking-in in the morning. State law requires each student to clock-out in the evening before collecting personal items. Warning: Students should not bring large sums of cash or valuable items of jewelry to school, to do so; you do it at your own risk.

Dress Code: Personal Appearance

1. Good personal hygiene.

2. Clean and well-groomed hair. No scarves, head bands or hats, etc. allowed to be worn on the head during school.

3. Clean and well-groomed fingernails, all of which are required to be no longer than 1/8 inch for male students and 1/4 inch for female students = professional length.

4. Uniforms are required by the State Board of Cosmetology. School uniform code is as follows with no exceptions:

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