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VTCT Hair and Beauty Studies: Level 3 Advanced Diploma ADR Unit 8

VTCT Hair and Beauty Studies: Level 3 Advanced Diploma ADR Unit 8

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Take a look at Unit 8: Cosmetic science, from our ADR pack for VTCT Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Hair & Beauty Studies.
Take a look at Unit 8: Cosmetic science, from our ADR pack for VTCT Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Hair & Beauty Studies.

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Unit 8
Cosmetic science
Level 3 
Advanced Diploma
Unit 8 Cosmetic science
Unit overview
60 Guided learning hours (GLH)
Learning outcomes:
LO1
: Understand the cosmetic science industry
LO2
: Understand the key scientic principles andconcepts of cosmetics and their application
LO3
: Be able to create and present cosmeticproducts
LO4
: Be able to evaluate cosmetic products
Resources provided:
Sample scheme of work page 00Overview of activities page 00Activities page 00Sample assessment on CD-ROMPowerPoint presentation on CD-ROM
 
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Level 3 
Advanced Diploma
 
Unit 8
Cosmetic science
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Unit 8
Cosmetic science
Level 3 
Advanced Diploma
GLH
Content
Possible activitiesResourcesSession 3:2 GLH
Understand thecosmetic scienceindustry: Scope(careers relatedto the cosmeticindustry, roleand inuenceof professionalassociations) (LO1)
Whole class teaching
Introduce session objectives.
Individual work
Research one career related to thecosmetic industry or professionalassociation allocated at random.Learner to prepare a 2-minutepresentation in role as professional.
Whole class teaching
Two-minute individual presentationsfollowed by Q and A.
ICT suite or researchActivity 8.2 Cosmeticindustry careers:individual researchactivitySession 4:2 GLH
Understand thecosmetic scienceindustry: Keylegal and EUrequirements (LO1)
Whole class teaching
Introduce session objectives.Ascertain prior knowledge.Introduce legal and EU requirements.
Paired work
Learners research specic legalrequirements (health and safety, saleof goods, animal testing, restrictedingredients, cosmetic labelling) andproduces an A5 summary card. Cardsare copied by tutor and distributed toall learners.Split learners into new pairings forlegal and EU requirements game(
Activity 8.3
).
Whole class teaching
Q and A to check learning.
ICT suite or researchPhotocopierA5 cardsCardScissors/guillotineUseul websites: www.lengwell.com/cosmetics/vol_1en.pdwww.berr.gov.uk/les/le36857.pdwww.dera.gov.uk/animalh/by-prods/deault.htmwww.hse.gov.uk/pubnswww.hc-sc.gc.ca/cosmeticsActivity 8.3 Legal andEU requirements: gameo cardsSession 5:2 GLH
Understand thecosmetic scienceindustry: Reviewthe scope of thecosmetic scienceindustry (LO1: AC1);Explain the keylegal issues in thedevelopment andsale of cosmetics(LO1: AC2)
Whole class teaching
Introduce session objectives.
Paired work
Use this session for assessmentpreparation and internal formativeassessment.Learners write an assessment brief forAC1 and AC2, swap with another pairand then work on the brief as a pair.
Whole class teaching
Reinforce assessment criteria and howit will be achieved using examples of(anonymous) good and improvableresponses from the group.
Unit 8 handbookOverview purpose othe unitOverview o learningoutcomesOverview oassessment criteria
Unit 8Cosmetic science
Sample scheme o work
Guided learning hours (GLH)
: 60
Structure o delivery
: The scheme of work for this unit is divided into 2-hour theory sessions and 2-hourpractical sessions, each relating to a specic learning outcome. Following 54 GLH of structured delivery,there are 6 hours for assessment.
GLH
Content
Possible activitiesResourcesSession 1:2 GLH
Understand thecosmetic scienceindustry: Scope(LO1)
Whole class teaching
Introduce the unit aims and objectives.Explain the scheme of work andassessment requirements.Demonstrate where other units (3, 5,and 6) link with this unit.Explain the importance of documentingsessions and research methods.Introduce session objectives.
Individual work
Learners list as many types of cosmeticas they can think of (
Activity 8.1
).
Whole class teaching
Following activity, encourage discussionand extrapolation.
Paired work
Ask learners to list careers related tothe cosmetic industry. Pair then joinswith another pair to share ideas.
Whole class teaching
Reect on learning.Encourage learners to compile adictionary of key terms and denitionsthroughout this unit using an addressbook.
Unit 8 HandbookOverview purpose othe unitOverview o learningoutcomesOverview oassessment criteriaPaper, pensBell (optional)Activity 8.1 Understandthe cosmetic scienceindustrySession 2:2 GLH
Understand thecosmetic scienceindustry: Scope(careers relatedto the cosmeticindustry, roleand inuenceof professionalassociations) (LO1)
Whole class teaching
Introduce session objectives.
Whole class teaching
Visiting speakers to give presentationson the cosmetics industry.
Whole class teaching
Learners complete a reection log(
Activity 8.2
).Hold a group discussion to consolidatelearning.
Speakers couldinclude proessionalorganisations, retailers,manuacturers, productrepresentatives,trainers, etc.Activity 8.2 Cosmeticindustry careers:refection log
 
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Level 3 
Advanced Diploma
 
Unit 8
Cosmetic science
© Pearson Education Ltd 2009. Photocopying and printing permitted for purchasing institution only. This material is not copyright free.
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© Pearson Education Ltd 2009. Photocopying and printing permitted for purchasing institution only. This material is not copyright free.
Unit 8
Cosmetic science
Level 3 
Advanced Diploma
GLH
Content
Possible activitiesResourcesSession 8:2 GLH
Understand the keyscientic principlesand concepts ofcosmetics andtheir application:Key principlesand concepts ofcosmetic chemistry(LO2)
Whole class teaching
Introduce session objectives.Introduce key vocabulary for principlesand concepts of cosmetics.
Individual work
Learners complete true or falsequestions followed by completionof denitions in the glossary and/orindividual dictionary (
Activity 8.7
; see
Activity 8.8
for answers;
Activity 8.9
).
Whole class teaching
Reect on learning from activities inthe session.
Activity 8.7 Keyprinciples and conceptso the cosmeticsindustry: true or alseActivity 8.8 Keyprinciples and conceptso the cosmeticsindustry: answersActivity 8.9 Keyprinciples and conceptso the cosmeticsindustry: glossarySession 9:2 GLH
Be able to createand presentcosmetic products:Manufacture ofsimple products(shampoo) (LO3)
Whole class teaching
Introduce session objectives.Introduce equipment, ingredients andrecipes for the manufacture of a simpleshampoo.Demonstrate shampoo manufacturewith attention to health and safety.Tutor to conduct risk assessment.
Paired work
Learners manufacture a simpleshampoo. They should also produce aproduct descriptor and label.
Whole class teaching
Evaluate the process of manufacture.Share ideas about product descriptors.Reect on learning from session.
Laboratory equipmentand ingredients or asimple shampooMaterials or producinglabelsPPERandy Schueller andPerry Romanowski,
Beginning Cosmetic Chemistry 
(Allured, 3rdedn, 2008)Lisa Sharon Belkin,
TheCosmetics Cookbook 
 (Booksurge, 2008)Gill Farrer-Halls,
Natural Beauty RecipeBook 
(Rockport, 2006)Deb Carpenter,
Nature’sBeauty Kit: Cosmetic Recipes You Can Makeat Home
(Fulcrum,1995)Zoe Diana Draelosand Lauren A. Thaman(eds),
Cosmetic Formulation of SkinCare Products, Vol. 30
 (Inorma Healthcare,2006)GLH
Content
Possible activitiesResourcesSession 6:2 GLH
Understand the keyscientic principlesand concepts ofcosmetics andtheir application:Structure andproperties ofchemicals (LO2)
Whole class teaching
Introduce session objectives.Ascertain prior knowledge.Outline key vocabulary relating tostructure and properties of chemicals.
Paired work
Learners note down key ingredientsand other vocabulary from cosmeticlabels.Learners attempt to understandcosmetic labels by applying vocabularyto listed ingredients.
Whole class teaching
Check learning through revisionquestions (
Activity 8.4
). (See
Activity 8.5
for answers.)
Cosmetic labels andpackaging – encouragelearners to add to thisresource by savingempty cosmeticpackagesRuth Winter,
 AConsumer’s Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients
 (Three Rivers Press, 6thedn, 2005)Paula Begoun andBryan Barron,
Don’t Go to the CosmeticsCounter Without Me
,(Beginning Press, 7thedn, 2007)Zoe Diana Draelosand Lauren A. Thaman(eds),
Cosmetic Formulation of SkinCare Products, Vol. 30
 (Inorma Healthcare,2006)Useul website:www.herballuxuries.com/ingredientslist.htmActivity 8.4 Structureand properties ochemicals: revisionquestionsActivity 8.5 Structureand properties ochemicals: answersSession 7:2 GLH
Understand the keyscientic principlesand concepts ofcosmetics andtheir application:Raw materials andingredients usedin hair, beauty andnail products (LO2)
Whole class teaching
Introduce session objectives.
Group work
Fieldwork in local high street/shoppingcentre (stores, salons, etc.). Give eachgroup of 3–4 learners a specic area toresearch (e.g. hair care, skin care, nails,colour cosmetics) (
Activity 8.6
). Learnerscompile a list of ingredients in a specicrange of cosmetics.
Whole class teaching
Each group inputs their ndings on toa master grid which can be reproducedfor individual learners. Tutor tofacilitate.
Paper, clipboard, pensRisk assessmentActivity 8.6 Keyingredients in hair,beauty and nailproducts: summarygrids

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