The instructor curriculum and hours of instruction shall consist of 400 hours or equivalent credit hours and shall include but not be limited to the following:
- COURSE OUTLINE AND DEVELOPMENT
- LESSON PLANNING
- CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
- TEACHING TECHNIQUES & METHODS OF INSTRUCTION
- LEARNING STYLES
- LEARNING DISABILITIES
- TEACHING AIDES
- DEVELOPING, ADMINISTERING AND GRADING EXAMINATIONS
- SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
- RECORD KEEPING
- LAWS AND REGULATIONS
- PRESENTATION OF THEORETICAL SUBJECTS
- PRESENTATION OF PRACTICAL SUBJECTS
- SUPERVISION OF CLINIC FLOOR
- PRACTICUM TEACHING
An introduction to DSI policies and expectations with an overview of course requirements.
An introductory course covering the requirements that must be fulfilled in preparing a course of study to obtain a license in beauty therapy.
Course Outline and Development
This course will prepare instructors to create their own method for covering all necessary topics.
Trainees will learn to divide coursework into lecture and assignments.
An introduction to the rules and regulations of a successful learning environment.
Teaching Techniques & Methods of Instruction
Trainees will learn to create their own unique methods of reaching students.
Introduction to the various ways information can be absorbed.
Overview of challenges any student may face in the classroom setting.
Overview of textbooks and practical instruments to aid in lessons.
Developing, Administering and Grading Examinations
Trainees will create and score tests based on a collection of prepared lessons.
An introduction to the operations management of an aesthetics program.
Trainees will learn to manage grade books.
Laws and Regulations
An introduction to instruction laws and educational policies.
Presentation of Theoretical Subjects
An advanced course covering teaching methods for subjects without practical demonstration.
Presentation of Practical Subjects
An advanced course covering teaching methods for subjects with required demonstration.
Supervision of Clinic Floor
Trainees will monitor the progress of students currently enrolled at DSI during practical exercises.
Each instructor trainee will be required to participate in student teaching.