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Human Services/Family and Consumer Sciences

SC Career Cluster:

Human Services

Pathway:

Family & Consumer Sciences (CIP CODE: 190101)

Description:

Assist in providing client services in a wide variety of fields, such as psychology, rehabilitation, social work, and support for families, teaching and foods dietary services.

COURSE 1

Child Development 1

COURSE 2

Child Development 2

COURSE 3

Entrepreneurship, Introduction to Teaching 1, Family & Consumer Sciences 1 and/or Financial

Fitness; Foods 1

COURSE 4

Personal Finance

   Industry Certification:   OSHA; Microburst Learning; Soft Skills Cert

 

SC Career Cluster:

Human Services

Pathway:

Family & Consumer Sciences (CIP CODE: 190101)

Description:

Assist in providing client services in a wide variety of fields, such as psychology, rehabilitation, social work, and support for families with an emphasis on foods & dietary services.

COURSE 1

Child Development 1, and/or Personal Finance

COURSE 2

Foods & Nutrition 1

COURSE 3

Family Life Education 1

COURSE 4

Foods & Nutrition 2

Industry Certification:

ServSafe®; OSHA; Microburst Learning Soft Skills Certificate Learning

 

Barber/Master Hair Care Pathway
 

Title: Master Hair Care (Barbering)*

Course Code: 6158, 6159, 6160, 6161

Unit: see below

Description: The Barber/Master Hair Care Specialist Program is designed to prepare students to become Registered Barbers or Master Hair Care Specialists. The student receives training following the guidelines and regulations established by the South Carolina Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (SCLLR) Barber Board. Students will perform techniques and arts such as hair cutting and styling, facial treatments, trimming and shaving of facial hair, chemical hair relaxing, tinting, coloring, shampooing, and rinsing. Instruction in chemistry, bacteriology, and anatomy and physiology of the face, head, arms, and hands is incorporated by means of theory and practical application on both mannequins and live models. Also included in the course of study is barber shop/salon planning and management. Students must be 16 years of age, pay for a student materials kit and have social security number to be allowed to take the state licensing exam.
 

 

Master Hair Care I         (1 Credit)          Year 1 (240 Hrs. plus weekend days)

Master Hair Care II       (1 Credit)      

Master Hair Care III      (2 Credits)       

Master Hair Care IV      (2 Credits)        Year 2 (480 Hrs. plus weekends days)
 

 

*Students will need to attend additional clinical workshops offered throughout the school year to meet the LLR Licensing Requirements. These will occur during evenings, weekends and school breaks/vacations. Credits/Hours: 8 units/1000 hours plus 540 academic hours required by SCLLR
 

Schools: BJACE

Prerequisites: No prerequisite for Level 1; Courses taken sequentially

 

Cosmetology Pathway

Title: Cosmetology 1, 2, 3, 4
Course Code: 6150, 6151, 6152, 6153
Unit: see below (CW for 1 unit and CD for 2 units)Description: The Cosmetology Program is designed to prepare students to qualify and successfully complete all requirements for a South Carolina Cosmetology license. The student receives training following the guidelines and regulations established by the South Carolina Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (SCLLR) Cosmetology Board. The course of study includes Sanitation and Safety, Professionalism and Salon Management, Sciences of Cosmetology, Professional Hair Care Skills, Professional Nail Care Skills, Professional Skin Care Skills, and Unassigned Specific Needs. Instruction in chemistry, bacteriology, and anatomy and physiology of the face, head, arms, and hands is incorporated by means of theory and of practical application on both mannequins and live models. Students must be 16 years of age, pay for a student materials kit and have social security number to be allowed to take the state licensing exam.

 

Cosmetology I                (1 Credit)          Year 1 (240 Hrs. plus weekend days)

Cosmetology II               (1 Credit)      

 

Cosmetology III              (2 Credits)       

Cosmetology IV             (2 Credits)        Year 2 (480 Hrs. plus weekend days)
 

 

*Students will need to attend additional clinical workshops offered throughout the school year (on weekends) to meet the LLR Licensing Requirements. These will occur during evenings, weekends and school breaks/vacations.
 

Schools: BJACE

Prerequisites: No prerequisite for Level 1; Courses taken sequentially

 

Nail Technology Pathway
 

 

Title: Nail Technology 1, 2, 3, 4

Course Code: 6154, 6155, 6156, 6157

Unit: see below (CW for 1 unit and CD for 2 units)

Description: The Nail Technology program is designed to prepare students to become licensed nail technicians. Nail Technology students receive training in the art and science of the care and beautification of nails. The student receives training following the guidelines and regulations established by the South Carolina Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (SCLLR) Cosmetology Board. The course of study includes instruction in diseases and disorders, chemistry, biology and anatomy, and physiology of the arms, hands, and feet. Manicures, pedicures, tips, sculptures, gel nails and wraps are incorporated by means of theory and practical application on both mannequins and live models. Also included in the course of study is salon planning and management. Students must be 16 years of age, pay for a student materials kit and have social security number to be allowed to take the state licensing exam. Credits/Hours: 4 units/300 hours required by SCLLR plus 180 hours SCDE
 

 

Nail Tech I                        (1 Credit)          Year 1

Nail Tech II                       (1 Credit)      

 

Nail Tech III                      (1 Credit)         

Nail Tech IV                     (1 Credit)          Year 2
 

 

Schools: BJACE

Prerequisites: No prerequisite for Level 1; Courses taken sequentially

 


FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES PATHWAY

Title: Child Development 1

Course Code:  580000CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course covers prenatal development though focuses on children’s physical, intellectual, emotional-social development.  The prenatal stage of development is a major portion of this course, as it is widely recognized that quality of life begins before conception.  Related topics include teen parenting and responsibility and changing family roles.

Schools: BLHS

Prerequisites: None

 

 

Title: Child Development 2

Course Code:  580100CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: This course covers the developmental needs in the ages and stages of a child’s growth while emphasizing positive parenting skills.  Work and family issues are addressed, as are problems involving developmental and educational delays. This course is for the mature student interested in the serious responsibility of caring for young children.

Schools: BLHS

Prerequisites: Child Dev 1

 

 

Title: Family and Consumer Sciences 1

Course Code:  580800CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: A comprehensive course designed to provide students with the core knowledge and skills needed to manage their lives. Project based instruction provides students with opportunities to utilize higher order thinking, communication, and leadership skills impacting families and communities. Concepts incorporate interpersonal relationships, career, community, and family connections, family, nutrition and wellness, consumer and family resources, fashion and apparel, food production and service, parenting, and housing into a rigorous and relevant curriculum.  Family and Consumer Sciences student organization, Family Careers, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), greatly enhances this curriculum.

Schools: BLHS

Prerequisites: None

 

 

 

 

Title: Family Life Education 1

Course Code:  58200CW

Unit: 1 unit

Description: Students will learn about relationships and how to make better choices. Family Life Education 1 helps students understand and apply various concepts to gain and maintain healthy relationships throughout their lives.   Topics such as applying interpersonal skills in relationships, critiquing financial decisions, and determining risk factors of healthy lifestyles are included in the course content. Integration of the Family and Consumer Sciences student organization, Family Careers, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), standards greatly enhance the curriculum.

Schools: BHS

Prerequisites: None

 

Title: Foods and Nutrition 1

Course Code:  582400CW

Unit: 1 unit                                             

Description: Students enrolled in Foods and Nutrition 1 will receive rigorous and relevant learning experiences as they study the principles of nutrition for individual and family health, fitness and wellness. Students will gain knowledge and experiences in nutrition, food safety and sanitation, kitchen work centers, meal planning, preparation techniques, table service and etiquette, and nutrition-related careers. Critical thinking and practical problem-solving are emphasized in a co-curricular approach that incorporates principles of mathematics, science, writing, communications, and economics. The ServSafe® employee certification provides increased marketability.

Schools: BHS; BLHS

Prerequisites: None

 

 

Title: Foods and Nutrition 2

Course Code: 582500CW

Unit: 1 unit                                             

Description: Students enrolled in Foods and Nutrition 2 will experience an advanced program designed to provide a more in-depth knowledge of individual and family health, fitness, and wellness. Students will gain knowledge and experiences in nutrition, safety and sanitation, consumer decisions, ethnic and multicultural meal preparation, table service and etiquette, and foods and nutrition-related careers. Critical thinking and practical problem-solving are emphasized in a co-curricular approach that incorporates principles of mathematics, science, writing, communications, and economics. The ServSafe® employee certification provides increased marketability. Skills acquired in Foods and Nutrition 2 provides a foundation for further studies and employability in nutrition and food service.

Schools: BHS; BLHS

Prerequisites: Foods and Nutrition 1