Beauty/Nail Care (NC II) Curriculum Guide – K to 12 Track Home Economics

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL-LIVELIHOOD TRACK

Technology-Livelihood Education and Technical-Vocational Track specializations may be taken between Grades 9 to 12.
Schools may offer specializations from the four strands as long as the minimum number of hours for each specialization is met.

HOME ECONOMICS – BEAUTY/NAIL CARE SERVICES (NC II) Curriculum Guide

Beauty/Nail Care (NC II) (160 hours)

This curriculum guide is an exploratory course in Beauty Care (Nail Care) Services which leads to National Certificate Level II (NC II).

It covers four common competencies that a Grade 7/8 Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) student ought to possess, namely:
1) use of tools and equipment;
2) interpreting nail design;
3) practicing Occupational Health and Safety Procedures (OHSP); and
4) maintain tools, equipment and paraphernalia.

The preliminaries of this exploratory course include the following:
1) discussion on the relevance of the course;
2) explanation of the key concepts relative to the course and;
3) exploration on career opportunities.

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

ENVIRONMENT AND MARKET (EM)

LO 1. Generate a business idea that relates with a career choice in Beauty Care (Nail Care) Services
1.1 Discuss SWOT analysis
1.2 Generate a business idea based on the SWOT analysis

LESSON 1:USE OF NAIL CARE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT (UT)

LO 1. Prepare the necessary tools and equipment for the specific nail care activity
1.1 Classify the tools and equipment used in nail care
1.2 Identify the uses of tools and equipment in nail care according to task requirements
1.3 Use tools and equipment according to task requirement
1.4 Observe safety procedure of using tools and equipment

LESSON 2: MAINTAIN TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT (MT)

LO 1. Check condition of nail care tools and equipment
1.1 Sterilize/sanitize nail care tools
1.2 Classify nonfunctional tools and equipment

LO 2. Perform basic preventive and corrective maintenance
2.1 Clean tools according to standard procedures
2.2 Inspected defective tools and equipment

LO 3. Store nail care tools and equipment
3.1 Conduct the inventory of tools, and equipment
3.2 Store tools and equipment safely

LESSON 3: PRACTICE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURES (OS)

LO 1. Keep workplace clean
1.1 Identify protective outfit for nail care
1.2 Identify hazards and risks
1.3 Explain workplace hazards and risks
1.4 Observe preventive precaution in the workplace

LESSON 4: PRACTICE NAIL SHAPE (PN)

LO 1. Keep workplace clean
1.1 Identify protective outfit for nail care
1.2 Identify hazards and risks
1.3 Explain workplace hazards and risks
1.4 Observe preventive precaution in the workplace

LESSON 4: PRACTICE NAIL SHAPE (PN)

LO 1. Identify nail structure and shapes
1.1 Identify nail structure and shapes
1.2 Perform nail trimmings to varied shapes

Course Description:

Beauty Care leads to TESDA qualification standard for National Certificate Level II (NC II).

This covers the development of the learner’s knowledge, skills and attitude required in performing:
1) hand spa;
2) foot spa and;
3) manicure and pedicure.

LEARNING COMPETENCIES

1. Explain the core concepts and principles of manicure and pedicure, hand spa, and foot spa
2. Discuss topics which relate to beauty care services as a course
3. Explore job/entrepreneurial opportunities for beauty care services
4. Choose related courses to pursue

CONCEPT REVIEW

PERSONAL ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCIES – PECs (PC)

LO 1. Assess Personal Entrepreneurial Competencies
1.1 Explain dimensions/clusters of PECs and the different characteristic traits per cluster
1.2 Evaluate one’s PECs

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AND MARKET (EM)

LO 2. Understand the business environment and business ideas
2.1 Explain how different factors influence the business environment
2.2 Explain procedures for generating business ideas or identifying business opportunities
2.3 Generate business ideas and identify business opportunities

QUARTER 1

LESSON 1: PERFORM HAND AND FOOT SPA (HS)

LO1. Apply hand treatment
1.1 Check and analyze condition of clients hand
1.2 Wash client’s hand with lukewarm water and soap, and towel-dry before and after scrubbing
1.3 Prepare and use necessary tools and supplies/materials according to OHSC requirements
1.4 Determine and test appropriate temperature
for heat tolerance of client
1.5 Soak hands for 4 seconds for 3 consecutive times in wax and wrap with plastic gloves and mittens
1.6 Remove wax from hands according to manufacturer’s instructions
1.7 Apply hand softening product and massage according to prescribed procedure
1.8 Advise client after service on maintenance program
1.9 Confirm and record client’s desired service outcome

LO2. Perform post hand activity
2.1 Dispose waste products including used wax according to OHSC and Department of Health requirements.
2.2 Sanitize and store tools and equipment.
2.3 Clean and sanitize work station for the next treatment activity

LESSON 2: PERFORM FOOT SPA (FS)

LO1. Apply foot spa
1.1 Check and analyze condition of foot nails
1.2 Ensure client’s safety and comfort prior to foot spa activity

1.3 Wash feet with warm water and soap before and after scrubbing
1.4 Towel dry feet and apply with appropriate lotion
1.5 Set foot spa machine to regulate heat and achieve required melting of wax
1.6 Prepare and use necessary tools and supplies/materials according to OHSC requirements
1.7 Determine and test appropriate temperature for heat tolerance of client
1.8 Soak foot for 4 seconds for 3 consecutive times in wax and wrap with plastic gloves and mittens
1.9 Remove wax from foot according to manufacturer’s instructions
1.10 Apply foot softening product and massage according to prescribed procedure
1.11 Advise client after service on maintenance program
1.12 Confirm with client desired service outcome and to be recorded

LO2. Perform post foot spa activity
2.1 Dispose waste products including used wax according to OHSC and Department of Health requirements.
2.2 Sanitize and store tools and equipment.
2.3 Close and sanitize work station for the next treatment activity.

QUARTER 2 and 3

LESSON 3: PERFORM MANICURE AND PEDICURE (PMP)

LO1. Clean finger nails and toe nails
1.1 Consult client on desired nail service activity and specific requirements and consultation record is agreed and signed
1.2 Checked and analyzed clients’ hand nail structure and condition
1.3 Client is provided with protective materials for hygiene purposes
1.4 Recognize nail disorder for prepare nail repair
1.5 Select and prepare appropriate sanitized tools and equipment, supplies and materials are according to salon procedures
1.6 Disinfect, sanitize, clean and dry hands and feet
1.7 Clean nails in accordance with the established or acceptable procedures
1.8 Trim and file nails based on client’s desired shape.
1.9 Massage fingers following prescribed movements
1.10 Ensure client’s safety and comfort is during the entire process.
1.11 Apply first-aid in case of accidental cuts and wounds

LO 2. Perform basic nail designs
2.1 Select color of the nail polish according to customer’s requirements
2.2 Apply base coat with long strokes starting with the little finger
2.3 Select color of the nail polish as agreed according to customer’s desire or requirements
2.4 Apply nail polish from the base to the edge of the nail using light sweeping stroked around the cuticle
2.5 Apply top or seal coat with long strokes in the same manner as the base coat
2.6 Check and analyze outcome according to the clients nail service requirements.
2.7 Remove excess polish around the cuticle and nail using appropriate tool
2.8 Clean working area according to salon’s policies and procedures
2.9 Advise client on nail maintenance practices

QUARTER 4

Lesson 3. CREATE FANCY NAIL DESIGNS

LO 1. Perform different fancy designs on finger nails and toe nails
1.1 Prepare nails for cleaning
1.2 Apply nail products according to manufacturer’s recommendation
1.3 Consult clients from time to time to ensure safety and comfort during the entire process
1.4 Apply fancy nail designs
1.5 Result are checked
1.5.1well-balanced
1.5.2smooth
1.5.3neat and free from excess product on cuticle and nail walls
1.6 Client is advised on after nail-care service
1.7 Advise client on nail maintenance practices
1.8 Dispose waste properly according to waste environment and safety regulations
1.9 Clean sanitize work station in accordance with OH&S requirements

Source: K to 12 Home Economics- Beauty/Nail Care (NC II) Curriculum Guide

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