Educational standards (hairdresser)
Approved by order of the Ministry of Education
and sciences of the Russian Federation
dated May 12 20 10. No. 489
FEDERAL STATE EDUCATIONAL STANDARD FOR INITIAL PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
by profession 100116.01 Hairdresser
1.1. This federal state educational standard for primary vocational education (hereinafter referred to as FSES NPO) is a set of requirements that are mandatory for the implementation of basic professional educational programs in the profession professions with state accreditation.
1.2. The right to implement the main . educational institutions of primary vocational, secondary vocational and higher vocational education have a professional educational program in the profession of primary vocational education in the presence of an appropriate license.
II, ABBREVIATIONS USED
The following abbreviations are used in this standard:
NGO – primary vocational education;
GEF NPO – federal state educational standard of primary vocational education;
OU – educational institution;
OPOP – the main professional educational program for the profession;
OK – general competence;
PC – professional competence;
PM – professional module;
MDK is an interdisciplinary course.
III. PROFESSIONAL TRAINING CHARACTERISTICS
3.1. The normative terms for mastering the main professional educational program of primary vocational education in full-time education and the corresponding qualifications are given in Table 1.
|Educational admission base||Name of qualification (occupations according to the All-Russian classifier of occupations of workers, positions of employees and wage categories) (OK 016-94) 1||Normative term for mastering the OBOR with full-time education|
|on the basis of secondary (complete) general education||Hairdresser||10 months|
|on the basis of basic general education||2 years 5 months 2|
|on the basis of basic general education||10 months (without obtaining a secondary (complete) general education)|
3.2. The term for mastering the OBOR for NGOs in the part-time (evening) form of education increases:
on the basis of secondary (complete) general education – for no more than 1 year;
on the basis of basic general education – no more than 1.5 years.
IV. CHARACTERISTICS OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES OF GRADUATES
4.1. The field of professional activity of graduates: the provision of hairdressing services to the population.
4.2. The objects of professional activity of graduates are:
client requests; the appearance of a person;
1 GEF NPO in terms of the requirements for the results of the development of the BRI is focused on the assignment
a graduate with a qualification above the average qualification for the profession
2 Educational institutions that train workers on the basis of the basic
general education, implement the federal state educational standard
secondary (complete) general education within the basic professional
educational programs of primary vocational education, including taking into account
profile of received professional education
technological processes of hairdressing services, including professional preparations and materials, technological equipment, professional tools and accessories;
43. A hairdresser studying by profession prepares for the following activities:
4.3.1. Performing haircuts and styling.
4.3.2. Performing perm hair.
4.3.3. Performing hair coloring.
4.3.4. Hair styling.
V. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RESULTS OF MASTERING THE BASIC PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
5.1. A graduate who has mastered the OBOR NGO must have general
competencies, including the ability to:
OK 1. Understand the essence and social significance of your future profession, show a steady interest in it.
OK 2. Organize your own activities, based on the goal and ways to achieve it, determined by the head.
OK 3. Analyze the working situation, carry out current and final control, evaluation and correction of their own activities, be responsible for the results of their work.
OK 4. Search for information needed
for the effective performance of professional tasks.
OK 5.’Use information and communication technologies in professional activities.
OK 6. Work in a team, communicate effectively with colleagues, management, clients.
OK 7. Perform military duty, including using the acquired professional knowledge (for boys).
5.2. A graduate who has mastered the “OPOP NGO” must have
professional competencies corresponding to the basic
types of professional activity:
5.2.1. Performing haircuts and styling.
PC 1.1. Perform preparatory work for customer service.
PC 1.2. Perform hair washing and preventive hair care.
PC 1.3. Perform classic. and salon haircuts (women’s, men’s).
PC 1.4. Perform hair styling.
PC. 1.5. Shave and trim mustaches, beards, sideburns.
PC 1.6. Perform final customer service tasks.
5.2.2. Performing perm hair.
PC 2.1. Perform preparatory work for customer service.
PC 2.2. Perform perm hair in various ways.
PC 2.3. Perform final customer service tasks.
5.23. Performing hair coloring.
PC 3.1. Perform preparatory work for customer service.
PC 3.2. Perform hair coloring and bleaching.
PC 3.3. Perform hair coloring.
PC 3.4. Perform final customer service tasks.
5.2.4. Hair styling.
PC 4.1. Perform preparatory work for customer service.
PC 4.2. Perform hairstyles with modeling elements.
PC 4.3. Perform final customer service tasks.
VI. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE STRUCTURE OF THE BASIC PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
6.1. Main professional educational program
by profession, the NGO provides for the study of the following educational
general professional; professional and sections:
educational practice (industrial training);
state (final) certification.
6.2. Required . part of the main professional
educational program should be about 80 percent of
the total amount of time allotted for its development. Variable part
(about 20 percent) allows for expansion and/or deepening
training, determined by the content of the mandatory part, obtaining
additional competencies, skills and knowledge necessary for
ensuring the competitiveness of the graduate in accordance with
the demands of the regional labor market and opportunities to continue
education. Disciplines, interdisciplinary courses and
professional modules of the variable part are determined by the educational institution.
The professional cycle consists of general professional disciplines and professional modules in accordance with the main activities. The professional module includes one or more interdisciplinary courses. During the development of professional modules by students, educational practice (industrial training) and (or) internship are carried out.
Mandatory: part of the professional BRI cycle, an NGO must
include the study of the discipline “Safety
vitality”. The volume of hours for the discipline “Life Safety” is 2 hours per week during the period of theoretical training (mandatory part of the cycles), but not more than 68 hours, of which 70 percent of the total amount of time allotted for the specified discipline is for mastering the basics of military service.
The structure of the main professional educational program of primary vocational education
|Index||Name of cycles, sections, modules, requirements for knowledge, skills, practical experience||Total maximum student workload||Incl. hours of compulsory training||Index and name of disciplines, interdisciplinary courses (MDC)||Codes of generated competencies|
|Mandatory part of the OPOP cycles and the section “Physical culture”|
|OP.00||General professional cycle|
|As a result of studying the mandatory part of the cycle, a student in general professional disciplines must: be able to; navigate the general issues of the economy of the service sector and organizations of the service sector; apply economic and legal knowledge in the development of professional modules and in professional activities; protect their labor rights within the framework of the current legislation; SH’LTY concepts of supply and demand in the service market; features of formation, characteristics of the current state and prospects for the development of the service sector and hairdressing services; legislative acts and other normative documents regulating legal relations in the field of professional activity;||OP.01. Economic and legal foundations of professional activity||OKI-7 SC 1.6 SC 23 SC 3.4 SC 43|
|the main provisions of the legislation,|
|regulating labor relations;|
|typical local acts of the organization;|
|organizational and legal forms of organizations:|
|forms of remuneration|
|be able to:||OP.02. Basics||OKI-7|
|comply with the rules of professional ethics;||culture||PC 1.1|
|use different means, techniques and||professional||PC 1.6|
|effective communication techniques||communication||PC 2.1|
|professional activity;||PC 2.3|
|use self-regulation techniques||PC 3.1|
|in the process of interpersonal communication;||PC 3.4|
|determine the tactics of behavior in conflict||PC 4.1|
|situations that arise in the professional||PC 4.3|
|public service rules;|
|basics of professional ethics;|
|aesthetics of the appearance of the hairdresser;|
|psychological features of business communication|
|and its specifics in the service sector and|
|activities of a hairdresser;|
|mechanisms of mutual understanding in communication;|
|techniques and methods of communication, rules of listening,|
|sources, causes, types and methods|
|resolving conflicts that arise in|
|be able to:||OP.OZ. sanitation, and||PC 1.1 -1.6|
|comply with sanitary requirements;||hygiene||PC 2.1 – 2.3|
|prevent occupational diseases;||PC 3.1 – 3.4|
|know:||PC 4.1 – 4.3|
|sanitary rules and norms (SanPiN);|
|prevention of occupational diseases;|
|fundamentals of skin and hair hygiene|
|be able to*.||OP.04. Basics||PC 1.1|
|determine the types, texture and structure of hair;||skin physiology and||PC 2.1|
|identify diseases of the skin and hair;||hair||PC 3.1|
|types, texture and structure of hair;|
|diseases of the skin and hair, their causes;|
|prevention of skin and hair diseases|
|be able to:||OP.05. Special||PC 1.1 -1.6|
|draw a human head;||picture||PC 2.1 – 2.3|
|draw hair;||PC 3.1-3.4|
|to draw modern haircuts and||PC 4.1 – 4.3|
|hairstyles in color;|
|drawing technique and composition basics;|
|geometric compositions in the drawing;|
|fundamentals of plastic anatomy of the human head|
|be able to:||OP.07. Security||OK1-7|
|organize and conduct events for||vital activity||PC 1.1 -1.6|
|protection of workers and the public from negative||PC 2.1 – 2.3|
|impacts of emergencies;||PC 3.1-3.4|
|take preventive measures to||PC 41-4.3|
|reducing the level of hazards of various types and their|
|consequences in professional activity and|
|use personal and|
|collective defense against weapons of mass|
|defeat; apply primary means|
navigate the list of military registration specialties and independently determine among them those related to the received profession;
apply professional knowledge in the course of performing the duties of military service in military positions in accordance with the profession received;
own ways of conflict-free communication and self-regulation in everyday activities and extreme conditions of military service;
provide first aid to the injured; know:
principles for ensuring the sustainability of economic facilities, forecasting, development of events and assessment of the consequences in man-made emergencies and natural phenomena, including in the context of countering terrorism as a serious threat to Russia’s national security:
the main types of potential hazards and their consequences in professional activities and everyday life, the principles for reducing the likelihood of their implementation;
fundamentals of military service and defense of the state;
tasks and main activities of civil defense;
ways to protect the population from weapons of mass destruction; fire safety measures and rules of safe behavior in case of fires:
organization and procedure for calling citizens to
military service and admission to it in
|the main types of weapons, military equipment and special equipment in service (equipment) of military units in which there are military specialties related to the professions of NGOs; the scope of the acquired professional knowledge in the performance of military service duties: the procedure and rules for providing first aid to victims|
|PM.01||Performing haircuts and hair styling As a result of studying the professional module, the student should: have practical experience in: organizing preparatory work for customer service; performing washing and head massage, classic and salon haircuts (women’s, men’s), styling, head and face shaving; execution of final works on customer service; be able to; organize the workplace; select preparations for haircuts and styling; use a hairdressing tool; perform all types of haircuts and styling in accordance with the instruction and technological map; to correct haircuts and styling; perform final customer service work;||MDK.01.01. Haircuts and hair styling||OKI-7 PC 1.1 -1.6|
|know: sanitary rules and norms (SanPiNs); legislative acts in the field of consumer services; physiology of skin and hair: composition and properties of professional preparations; the main fashion trends in hairdressing; consumption rates of drugs, time to perform work; technologies for performing head massage; technologies of classic and salon haircuts (women’s, men’s); hair styling technologies in various ways; criteria for assessing the quality of haircuts and styling|
|PM.02||Performing perm hair As a result of studying the professional module, the student must: have practical experience in: organizing preparatory work for customer service; washing, perming, drying hair, preventive hair care; execution of final works on customer service; be able to: organize the workplace; select preparations for perm; use a hairdressing tool;||MDK.02.01. Hair perm||OKI-7 PC 2.1 – 2.3|
|perform all types of perm hair in accordance with the instruction and technological map; make correction of perm; perform final customer service work; know: the composition and properties of professional preparations; modern fashion trends in hairdressing; consumption rates of drugs, time to perform work; perm technology, hair: criteria for assessing the quality of perm hair|
|PM.03||Performing hair coloring As a result of studying the professional module, the student must: have practical experience in: organizing preparatory work for customer service; performing dyeing, bleaching and coloring of hair with dyes of different groups; performing final, customer service work; be able to: organize the workplace: select preparations for hair coloring; use a hairdressing tool; perform all types of staining in accordance with the instruction and technological map;||MDK.03.01. Hair coloring||OK 1 – 7 PC 3.1-3.4|
|to correct the work performed; perform final customer service work; know: the composition and properties of professional preparations; modern fashion trends in hairdressing; consumption rates of drugs, time to perform work; hair coloring technologies; criteria for assessing the quality of work performed|
|PM.04||Hair styling As a result of studying the professional module, the student should: have practical experience in: organizing preparatory work for customer service; performing hairstyles with modeling elements (casual and elegant); execution of final works on customer service; be able to: organize the workplace; select preparations, accessories for hairstyles: use a hairdressing tool; perform all types of hairstyles in accordance with the instruction and technological map; to correct hairstyles; perform final customer service work; know: the composition and properties of professional preparations;||MDK.04.01. Hairstyle art||OK1-7 PC 4.1 – 43|
|modern trends, fashion in hairdressing; consumption rates of drugs, time to perform work; technologies for performing hairstyles with modeling elements; criteria for assessing the quality of hairstyles|
|FC.00||Physical culture As a result of mastering the section, the student must: be able to: use physical culture and health-improving activities to improve health, achieve life and professional goals; know: about the role of physical culture in the general cultural, professional and social development of a person; the basics of a healthy lifestyle||OK2 OKZ OK6 OK7|
|Variable part of PRI cycles (determined by the educational institution)|
|Total for the mandatory part of the OBOR, including the section “Physical Education”, and the optional part of the OBOR|
|upoo||Training practice (industrial training)||19 weeks||OK1 – 7 PC 1.1 -1.6 PC2.1-23 PC 3.1-3.4 PC 4.1 – 4.3|
|PA.00||Intermediate certification||1 week|
|GIA.00||State (final) certification||1 week|
The normative period for mastering the OBOR for NGOs with full-time education is 43 weeks, including: