Become a Licensed Barber
In this program you acquire knowledge of general theory relative to Barbering including anatomy, physiology, and chemistry. Acquire business management techniques common to Barbering.
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About the course
Successful completion of this course and successful completion of the State Board National examination and licensure will allow the student to advertise themselves as a Barber to perform Barbering, Haircutting, Styling, Shaving, Facials, Hair Waving, Hair Coloring and other Chemical applications.
This course covers all phases of Barbering, including:
All the rules and regulations of the beauty industry
Health and safety standards and how to protect yourself
How to use electrical devices
Disinfection and sanitation
Bacteriology, anatomy, and physiology
Analyzing scalp, face, and hands to determine disorders
Hair Coloring & Tinting
Hair Processing and Relaxing
Scalp & Hair Treatments
Manicuring & Pedicuring
Barber Shop Management
Communication and Salesmanship
Preparing a resume & employment development
Desk and Reception
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Students will attend regularly scheduled theory classes (lecture), read assigned chapters of their text books, perform actual practical operations (services) on another student, person or mannequin, and must take and pass assigned tests with a grade point average of 70% (C) or better. This course is designed to prepare students to pass the State Licensing examination and to secure employment in the barbering or related career field.
Preparing for Success
Instruction is provided through set of learning steps, which address specific tasks necessary for Graduation, State Board preparation and job entry-level skills. Each student will receive instructions that relate to the performance of useful, creative and productive career oriented activities. Clinic equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the Industry. The course is presented through well-developed lesson plans, which reflect current educational methods. Subjects are presented by means of lecture, demonstration and classroom participation, or examination. Practical operation shall mean the actual performance by the student of a complete service on another person or a mannequin.
For specific course details, download our Student Catalog, barbering course details are on pages 18-20.