4 The Assabet After Dark Cosmetology Program is designed to offer you an integrated curriculum of theory and practical instruction that prepares you for the Massachusetts State Board examination. Our 1060 hour Cosmetology education is a planned sequence of lessons that reinforce the State Board of Cosmetology’s required learning objectives. Our graduates will have a safe and ethical adult learning environment which is consistent with cosmetology practices found in a structured salon setting and will prepare them to be competitive in entry level positions. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be able to: • Explain and apply safety and sanitation procedures necessary in the Cosmetology profession. • Communicate effectively to perform client consultations. • Competently perform basic hair, nail, and skin care services. • Apply knowledge and procedures to perform the Massachusetts Cosmetology Operator Examination. Program Details:  • Classes are held on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights each week and 12 Saturdays • Classes run from 5 pm to 10pm on Weekdays and 9 am to 2 pm on Saturdays, or five hours each class • Meals Breaks are from 6:00pm to 6:30pm on Weekdays and Noon to 12:30 pm on Saturdays Payment Plans Available How to Register: Call (508) 263-9651 and ask us to mail you the Cosmetology Application Packet. Approved by the Massachusetts Department of Education/Division of Occupational Education. 212 Classes October 9, 2018 - October 23, 2019 • $7,450 Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays • 5 - 10pm 12 Saturdays • 9am - 2pm CRB01-F18 Instructor: Robin McCann I enjoyed every moment of this class. I will never forget the effort and true care of these instructors. Jescelle Marengo Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Career • License Career • License Cosmetology Cosmetology Medical Medical Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) EMT basics are the foundation of pre-hospital emergency medical care. You will learn how to conduct the initial evaluation, treat and transport patients with medical problems as well as those with injuries from accidents (trauma).  You will learn to recognize and provide initial care for shock, heart and breathing problems, strokes, burns, diabetes, drowning and accidents.  This course includes  AHA Healthcare Provider CPR. Upon successful completion of this 160 hour course, you will be eligible to take the practical and written certification exams to become certified nationally and in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  Students must be at least 18 years old at the time of the exam and be able to lift 125 lbs.   Students must be able to read, understand, and communicate in English. This program exceeds the National and State Standard Curriculum for EMTs. You will learn to perform a complete pre-hospital patient assessment; understand current legal aspects of pre-hospital care; identify and treat common medical emergencies; identify and treat traumatically injured patients; identify and treat special patient populations (ob/gyn, pediatrics, geriatric, environmental emergencies); and identify the properties of approved pharmacological agents. Textbook Required:  Textbook ($175) is provided by the instructor and payable on the first class.  Accredited by First Response Emergency Medical Education 40 Sessions • February 27 - June 14 • $999 Tuesdays & Thursdays • 6 - 10pm Alternating Saturdays • 9am - 1pm (March 3, 17, 31, April 14, 28, May 12, 19, June 9) CRM01-S18a Instructor: Robert Gemma 27 Sessions • July 2 - August 16 • $999 Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays • 9am - 4pm (No class July 4) • (One hour lunch included) CRM01-S18b Instructor: Tony Gemma