Baa hairdressing 12a framework

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District Name: Kamloops/Thompson
District Number: School District #73
Developed by: Arlene Currie
Date Developed: December 30, 2004; Amended March 14, 2007
Current School Name: Norkam Secondary School
Principal’s Name: Norkam Secondary School – Mr. Alan Dodd

S.D. #73 – Transitions Advisor - Mr. Greg Howard
Board/Authority Approval Date:
Board/Authority Signature:
Course Name: Level Three Hairdressing (Theory) – Hairdressing 12A
Grade Level of Course: 12

Number of

Course Credits: 4

Number of

Hours of Instruction: 120 hours
Prerequisite(s): Students enrolled in Level Three Hairdressing (Theory) – Hairdressing 12A must have successfully completed: Introduction to Hairdressing (Theory) – Hairdressing 11A (with a 75% average) and Introduction to Hairdressing (Applied Skills) – Hairdressing 11C (with an 80% average) in order to qualify to challenge the CIABC certification examinations. Students must also have successfully completed Level Two Hairdressing (Theory and Applied Skills) – Hairdressing 12B; and must be simultaneously enrolled in Level Three Hairdressing (Applied Skills) – Hairdressing 12B. They must also be attending Norkam Secondary School full time.
Special Facility: Classroom equipment with a teaching area, lab area (*Hairstylist Stations), and public washrooms in close proximity. (*Hair Stylist Stations should be equipped with mirrors, counter tops, electrical outlets, hydraulic stylist chairs, shampooing sinks/chairs, portable dryer chairs, locking cupboards for product/supplies storage), telephone, DVD/VCR, TV, overhead screen, tables and chairs (to accommodate a maximum of 18 students), appropriate regulated ventilation, full-spectrum overhead lighting, washer and dryer.
Special Equipment:

  1. Students will be expected to purchase a textbook and study guide:

Salon FundamentalsTM

Published by Pivot Point International Inc.,

1791 West Howard Street, Chicago, Illinois 60626 1-800-886-4247

  1. Students will use professional hair products (purchased by the school from suppliers dealing exclusively with licensed hairdressers).

  1. Students will be expected to purchase professional equipment (which will be required for the duration of the entire Hairdressing Program) ~ see list below. Cost for these may vary depending on price availability.

Professional Equipment:

Course Synopsis:

Level Three Hairdressing (Theory) – Hairdressing 12A is the fourth of seven courses in a comprehensive Career Preparation Trades Program designed for grade eleven and twelve students (male and/or female) who have a serious interest in exploring hairdressing as a viable career choice. Upon successful completion of the five learning units of Hairdressing 12A, students will have a firm grounding in the theory of hairdressing fundamentals including: Trichology; Diseases and Disorders of the Hair, Scalp, and Skin; Advanced Hair Cutting; Introduction to Permanent Waving; and Introduction to Hair Colouring.
Organizational Structure:

This entire SD #73 Career Preparation Trades Program is comprised of a total of seven hairdressing courses. All eligible students may enter this Career Program in either grade 11 or grade 12. Students will be expected to complete all seven Hairdressing courses in the order in which they have been laid out in this document. These seven will meet the requirements of the grade eleven and twelve elective courses required for graduation by the British Columbia Ministry of Education, including 120 hours of salon work experience (for full credit as an additional program course). Students enrolled in the Hairdressing Program must achieve 75% of higher on all Hairdressing Program Theory courses and 80% on all Hairdressing Program Practice courses in order to qualify to challenge the CIABC certification examinations. Students enrolled in this program must also complete all other grade 11 and 12 academic course BC Ministry of Education graduation requirements.


Title: Level Three Hairdressing (Theory) – Hairdressing 12A


Unit 1


20 hours

Unit 2

Diseases and Disorders of the Hair, Scalp and Skin

20 hours

Unit 3

Advanced Hair Cutting

20 hours

Unit 4

Introduction to Permanent Waving

30 hours

Unit 5

Introduction to Hair Colouring

30 hours

Total Hours

120 hours

SD #73-BAA Hairdressing 12A Framework (resourced from CIABC curriculum)

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