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Education, Hospitality & Human Services


Contact

Karen Chessell
775.687.7295

Affiliate Links

  • Nevada FCCLA (external link)
  • Nevada SkillsUSA (external link)

Overview

Education, Hospitality and Human Services programs prepare students for careers in skilled occupations, postsecondary educational opportunities, and for personal life. Education, Hospitality and Human Services programs utilize state standards based upon recognized industry standards and national Family and Consumer Sciences standards to ensure students are prepared for their transition to college, career, community, and personal life.

The Employability Skills for Career Readiness Standards must be an integrated component of all CTE course sequences.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

    Early Childhood Education

    The Early Childhood Education program addresses child development, child care, and teaching and learning, to guide the development of young children in an educational setting. Areas of study include planning and implementing developmentally appropriate activities, basic health and safety practices, legal requirements for teaching young children, and the development of a career portfolio.

    Education and Training

    The Education and Training program provides students with the introduction to the principles of education. This program addresses human development, care, teaching and learning, so that students can guide the development of learners in an educational setting. Areas of study include planning and implementing developmentally appropriate activities, basic health and safety practices, and legal requirements for teaching learners.

    • Program of Study - Education & Training (pdf)

    HOSPITALITY & TOURISM

      Baking & Pastry

      The Baking and Pastry program provides students with an in-depth study of the baking and pastry arts. Areas of study include baking terminology, tool and equipment use, formula conversions, functions of ingredients, and methods used in creating breads, pastries, cookies, and other desserts. The fundamentals of dough and basic decorating skills are also covered.

      Culinary Arts

      The Culinary Arts program provides students with an introduction to the principles and techniques of commercial food production. Areas of study include basic skills in food handling, food and nutritional science, equipment technology, cooking methods, kitchen safety, sanitation procedures, and employability skills in an environment that models industry standards.

      Hospitality & Tourism

      The Hospitality and Tourism program provides students with an introduction to many career areas in the hospitality field. Students will learn the roles of jobs in both the front-of-the-house and back-of-the-house in travel and tourism, hotel operations, food and beverage, and event sales and service.

      HUMAN SERVICES

        Cosmetology

        The Cosmetology program is designed to prepare students for the Nevada State Board of Cosmetology Licensing Exam and to meet the 1800-hour requirement for licensure. Students have the opportunity to receive a master license that allows them to choose many career options such as a nail technician, aesthetician, or hair stylist. Areas of study include theory and clinical instruction in professional ethics, sanitation, human anatomy, facials, skin care, makeup application, manicures, pedicures, acrylic nails, haircutting, haircoloring, permanent waving, chemical relaxing, and all phases of hair care.

        Family & Consumer Sciences

        The Family and Consumer Sciences program provides instruction in family and consumer sciences topics to prepare students for adult roles and responsibilities. The major focus is on developing skills for balancing home, work, and life by studying how to be successful with life management, wealth management, family development, home management, health and fitness, and leadership and community participation.

        Foods & Nutrition

        The Foods and Nutrition program provides an in-depth study in the areas of food preparation, nutrition and their relationships to personal and family wellness. Students study the importance of food choices and learn preparation techniques to maintain nutrition with the goal of fitness. Other topics include foods and customs, individual needs throughout the lifecycle and occupations in the food services industry.

        Human Development

        The Human Development program introduces the topic of Human Development. Areas of study include the stages of human growth and development throughout the lifespan. Topics include developmental stages and influences on physical, intellectual, social and emotional growth.

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