Adriane Banks

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Mrs. Banks

I am Mrs. Banks, I teach cosmetology levels I, II, & III, here at The Howard High. I am passionate about teaching cosmetology, for it is a career that has been rewarding. I enjoy sharing my knowledge of this subject, as I prepare students to complete the requirements by the state of Tennessee for licensure. I currently own and work as a stylist at a local hair salon. It is my goal to train professional, qualified cosmetologist/barbers. Below are the State Course Descriptions.

Cosmetology I is the foundational course in the Human Services career cluster for students interested in learning more about becoming a cosmetologist. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will gain knowledge in the fundamental skills in both theory and practical applications of cosmetology practices. Laboratory facilities and experiences simulate those found in the cosmetology industry. Upon completion and acquisition of 1500 hours, students are eligible to take the Tennessee Board of Cosmetology Examination to attain a Tennessee Cosmetology License.
 Cosmetology II is the second course in the Cosmetology program of study intended to prepare students for careers in cosmetology by developing an understanding of efficient and safe work practices, nail procedures, hair design, and chemical services. Students will gain experience in practical applications of cosmetology practices. Laboratory facilities and experiences simulate those found in the cosmetology industry. Upon completion and acquisition of 1500 hours, students are eligible to take the Tennessee Board of Cosmetology Examination to attain a Tennessee Cosmetology License.
Cosmetology III is the third course in the Cosmetology program of study intended to prepare students for careers in cosmetology by developing an understanding of efficient and safe work practices, salon business concepts and operations, advanced hair techniques and chemical services, and facial and skin care procedures. Students will gain experience in practical applications of cosmetology practices. Laboratory facilities and experiences simulate those found in the cosmetology industry. Upon completion and acquisition of 1500 hours, students are eligible to take the Tennessee Board of Cosmetology Examination to attain a Tennessee Cosmetology License.



If you have any questions or concerns, I can be reached by email at banks_a@hcde.org or call the school and leave me a message, I will gladly get back with you. 

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