Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 240-18-.04 - Curriculum for Hair Designer Instructor Training

(1) Persons receiving instructor training in a hair design school shall spend all of their training time under the direct supervision of a licensed instructor and shall not be left in charge of students or school at any time without the direct supervision of a licensed instructor.
(2) Persons receiving instructor training are not permitted to perform clinical services on a patron for compensation, either by appointment or otherwise.
(3) Persons receiving instructor training shall be furnished an instructor training manual.
(4) Students enrolled in courses of cosmetology or hair design for an instructor training course shall complete the curriculum within one (1) year totaling 750 hours of training as stated below (For purposes of this Rule, one (1) credit hour equals one (1) clock hour):
(a) General Education = (225) - (225 credit/225 clock hours);
(b) Cosmetology, Barber and Hair Design Rules and Laws = (25) - (25 credit/25 clock hours);
(c) Principles of teaching hair design = (200) - (200 credit/200 clock hours);
(d) Teaching techniques and audio visual aids = (225) - (225 credit/225 clock hours):
1. Curriculum development;
2. Lesson plans and presentations;
3. Classroom management and discipline;
4. Demonstrations and Theory lectures; and
5. Various methods of evaluation.
(e) Practice teaching = (300) - (300 credit/300 clock hours).


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 240-18-.04
O.C.G.A. ยงยง 43-10-2, 43-10-12, 43-10-13.
Original Rule entitled "Curriculum for Hair Designer Instructor Training" adopted. F. Dec. 21, 2016; eff. Jan. 10, 2017.

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