To prepare students to meet the State of Florida mandated requirements to become a licensed Body Wrapper. After completing the necessary credit hours and services qualifies an individual for initial registration as a body wrapper. An applicant for registration as a body wrapper shall be eligible to practice body wrapping, pending the approval of his or her application for registration provided the individual has previously submitted the following to the Department of Business Professional Regulation Board of Cosmetology.
The students must have completed a workshop comprised of 12 hours. This workshop gives the student insight into the knowledge of a Body Wrapping. The student will develop skills to adequately prepare them to contribute to the health industry and wellness of their clients. Body Wrapper seeks to recognize common skin disorders, and appreciate the need for following proper sanitation and sterilization procedures to preclude the spread of skin diseases and other communicable infections such as HIV/AIDS. Students will also benefit from an overview of the rules and regulations governing body wrapping and body wrapping licensure.
The course aims to provide those who want to learn the proper procedures for Body Wrapping, body sculpting, detox treatments of the human body with various mineral and herbal wraps.
- NOTE: This course is not approved by the Commission for Independent Education. The Specialty Course: Body Wrapping, is approved by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR).
|BODY WRAPPER||15 HOURS|
|Disorders and Diseases of Skin (GN07)||4||0|
|Florida Law for Body Wrapper (GN03)||1||0|
|AIDS / HIV (GN04)||3||0|
|Sanitation / Disinfection (GN02)||4||0|
|Body Wrapping Techniques (BW01)||0||3|
|TOTAL HOURS & SERVICES||12||3|
About The Curriculum
SANITATION / DISINFECTION (GN02)
Students will learn that one of the most important aspects of proper sanitation is the cleanliness of all instruments and work areas. The habits the students form in this aspect will be crucial, as they will affect the health and well-being of the clients and themselves. The proper procedures to follow for the sanitation and sterilization of the work environment are part of the chapter entitled bacteriology, which is the science that deals with microorganisms, reproduction, and infections.
FLORIDA LAWS (GN03)
The students will learn to establish and describe the different type of laws and rules and regulations concerning themselves and their clients related to health and economic situations. The laws that govern the activities of all body wrappers as set forth by the Florida Board of Cosmetology to follow. The requirements for license renovation. The penalties for different violations. The security and health requirements of a beauty salon and, in general, all the laws and rules established by the board.
AIDS / HIV (GN04)
The students will be required to complete the AIDS / HIV four (4) hours program and pass an examination before graduating. The school will provide this program, or the student may obtain it in another center that is accredited by the State of Florida. The subject to be completed in this program has to do with describing the difference between HIV and AIDS.
DISORDERS AND DISEASES OF THE SKIN (GN07)
The students will learn the necessary areas of concerned with the health and appearance of the skin of the clients that you are providing wrapping services. The health of the skin is essential for you to be allowed to provide body wrapping services.
Understanding the anatomy of the skin, and knowing how to recognize skin diseases and disorders, forms the basis of this course for providing safe and healthy services for your clients. Topics include structure, layers, and mechanisms of the skin, skin disorder and diseases, symptoms, which wrapping services to apply and when to refer to a physician.
BODY WRAPPING TECHNIQUES (BW01)
This course is hands-on where you will learn about body wrapping techniques, mixing and preparations solutions.
A daily log is kept where students sign in and out in the morning and afternoon. The school expects regular attendance by all students.
Daily theory class, practical demonstration and practical work performed by students under strict instructor supervision according to course curriculums.
DEFINITION OF CLOCK HOURS
One “Clock Hour” is defined as no less than 50 minutes of any one clock hour during which the student participates in a learning activity of the school for the coursework required in the physical presence of a member of the faculty.
GRADING PROCEDURES & DIPLOMAS AWARDED
A progress sheet is used daily to record services tasks. All practical tasks are evaluated and documented to comply with Florida’s minimum task requirements. A minimum score of 75% is acceptable.
A diploma is issued to each student who satisfactorily completes the program and satisfies all financial and attendance requirements.