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Especially for Instructors ClipperGuy By Ivan Zoot W223A Barbicide W223A Ivan Zoot Educating Your Students to Become a $100,000 Haircutter Upon Graduation SATURDAY 11:00a - 12:30p Join Ivan as he references his best selling book as a classroom-teaching tool for preparing students to be high-income earners in the beauty industry. Attendees will each receive a FREE digital copy of the book. See pages 50, 58 & 78 for additional classes by ClipperGuy By Ivan Zoot Chemicals, Implements, Electricity, Humans… What Could Go Wrong? Leslie Roste MONDAY 1:00 - 2:00p You see it on Facebook, Instagram, on the news and your community… scary injuries related to cosmetology services. Cosmetologists and the government agree that beauty services create public health and safety risks for both the employee and the client...but what are they in reality? We will examine the real risks from infection to injury with all the gross photos to reinforce that the risks are real. We will look at prevention and safety strategies to encourage safe services and a long, lucrative career. Beauty school instructors will all receive a jump drive that includes the presentation they can use in the classroom, along with handouts and other materials. This will help stress the importance of sanitation to students as they prepare to enter the “real world”. Leslie Roste, RN, BSN graduated from the University of Kansas, where she studied Nursing and Microbiology. After leaving nursing, she began working in the professional beauty industry as a subject matter expert on Infection Control and public safety. She has written many articles and Change is the New Black W223A Speaking the Learner Lingo Carol Woodard SUNDAY 2:30 - 3:30p The emotional engagement of the brain is like the glue for all learning – without it, nothing sticks. This interactive program will help you identify key words or phrases that will ignite the adult learner’s learning process. Learn to speak the lingo and let every class become a class with staying power. International educator Carol Woodard has helped thousands of students reach their dreams while continuing to inspire the teachers who educate them. Recognized by O, the Oprah Magazine as an education expert, Carol is the author of the groundbreaking book, The Educator’s Diet: Teaching with 21st Century Recipes. See page 81 for an additional class by Change is the New Black Brigid Mary Ebert W223A Time to Talk About It! Life Changing Tools for Healthy Relationships Brigid Mary Ebert MONDAY 2:30 - 3:30p Pivot Point Academy Modern Momentum: 4 “E” Learning Strategies Daniel Dunworth SATURDAY 1:00 - 2:30p Brigid is passionate about stopping the spread of abuse through education. She is a Nonviolent Communication trainer, family advocate public speaker and novelist who facilitate support groups dealing with all forms of abuse. She has conducted training workshops for some of the largest beauty organizations in the country, giving their employees strategies to deal with abusive situations. Maintaining classroom engagement with today’s students can be more challenging than ever. The trick is to cultivate a learner-centered environment that is the perfect blend of fun, challenges and motivation. Understanding the “Four E’s” – Explore, Engage, Experience, Expand – will enhance engagement and bring your students into a world of active learning. SUNDAY 10:00 - 11:00a Individuality has never been more important in our educational community – today’s generation of learners is a generation of individuals. In every aspect of their lives, their individualism is celebrated. To educators, this translates into a need to zig and zag to personalize learning for each and every learner. Educators need to be mindful of these learning differences and fuel their teaching with tools that work. Effective educators will use strategies based on critical thinking skills, case studies and relevant situational scenarios to enrich the learning process. Classrooms that are wired, focused on content and inspired by momentum lead the way in today’s learning environment. See page 69 for a Hands-On workshop by Pivot Point Hotel & Travel Discounts Start planning your trip to Orlando! • Delta & Southwest offer fl ight discounts for Premiere Show Group • Shop hotels offering discounted rates and exclusive reservation perks through onPeak • While attending Premiere Orlando, show your badge at participating venues to take advantage of discounts and special offers! Visit < Hotel & Travel Offi cial Housing Partner 60 W223A Brain Games: The Enrichment Commitment Instructors who attend this class will learn life changing tools to help their students achieve healthier relationships through the principles of Nonviolent Communication developed by Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD. Nonviolent Communication is the integration of four things: Consciousness, Language, Communication and Means of Influence. These concepts increase our ability to live with choice, meaning and connection. spoken to audiences large and small on Infection Control in the work environment and specializes in the salon and barber industry. She is very involved with promoting the need for occupational licensing to protect consumer health and safety and is currently employed by King Research as their National Director of Education and Business Development. In the past 5 years, she has spent a tremendous amount of time working with state boards on development of infection control rules consistent with current science and occupational trends. She writes science content for Milady textbooks and recently worked with NIC to re-write their disinfection protocols. She currently participates in the Department of Labor Occupational Licensing Consortium. 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