The success of the course depends on several factors that include;
- Number of employments after completing the course
- Keeping graduates’ morale high
- Increase in sales with graduates compare to without
- How well graduates update with the latest information
To achieve that, we need solid regional support organizations. I will call it the Institute for Beauty Consultants (IBC) tentatively. Here is an outline of the ideal organization we envision which we plan or help organize with the following guidelines. This outline is only for brainstorming purposes at this time and it is not conclusive. Based on the following outline, we will continue to discuss and explore all other avenues.
What Will IBC Do?
- Course Management
- Suggest, recommend changes on training curriculums
- Train Instructors
- Correspond and assist the career trining institutions on our course
- Membership Management
- Issue certificates to graduates after completing both classroom course and internship
- Oversee certified Beauty Consultants’s code of conduct
- Defend and guard Beauty Consultant’s labor rights at workplaces
- Host regular seminars, forums, and events.
- Job Placement Management
- Help locate and assign students for internship
- Help graduates on job placements
- As a group of beauty retailers, respond to local and state governments when called to advise on policymaking
- Support and participate in community activities
Who Will Be the Members of IBC?
- The IBC will be register as a non-profit organization, headquarter in the DMV area.
- Under the national organization, each state or metropolitan organization will be formed as a regional chapter.
- Board will be composed mainly by the representatives of all regional chapters, educators, community leaders, and advisors.
When Will It Be Organized?
- IBC will be registered in the state of Maryland on February 2o22.
- Immediately after the first school adopt the course in the DMV area, it will begin licensing other regional chapters.
- IBC will train instructors in Washington DC headquarter in person and via zoom. The regional chapter representatives are required to take 15 hour orientation classes to be licensed. The representative orientation training will be provided in person in Washington DC and via zoom.
- After completing <representative orientation training>, the regional chapter can be established.
IBC Organizational Structure
- The President of the IBC will be elected by the board members. His/her term will be four(4) years and he/she can be re-elected consecutively.
- General Manager (CEO) will be appointed by the initial incorporators. He/she will manage the daily operation of the IBC. Under the General Manager, there will be three Chief Operating Officers (COO).
- National COO for Course Management
- National COO for Membership Management
- National COO for Job Placement Management
- Each chapter shall have one(1) Regional Manager (Regional CEO) who will also serve as a Board of Directors. Under the Regional Manager, there will be three Regional COO as below.
- Regional COO for Course Management
- Regional COO for Membership Management
- Regional COO for Job Placement Management
- Each chapter must have at least (1) compliance officer as a Board member to ensure the chapter is operating according to the rules and regulations.