Barbering

Barbering

The objective of the Barbering Course is to develop in the student the practical skills, theoretical knowledge, professional attitudes necessary for success in the profession, and to qualify and equip the student to pass the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology licensing examination.

After the graduate has successfully passed her/his state exam, they are qualified to work as a licensed barber in any licensed facility in the state of California. The Barbering program prepares individuals to shave and trim facial/neck hair and beards, cut and dress hair, fit hairpieces, give facial and scalp massages, apply cosmetic treatments, and to prepare for licensure as professional barbers at various levels. Instruction in facial shaving; beard and mustache shaping and trimming; shampooing; hair cutting; hairstyles and styling art; facial treatments and massage; chemical applications such as color and chemical services; hair and scalp anatomy and physiology; hairpiece and toupee fitting; equipment operation; health and safety; customer service; and shop business practices. The Barbering course is 1500 clock hours in length. The 1500 hours will be divided between the various scopes of the program. There will be plenty of practical hands on time as well as technical instruction (theory hours), which consist of various learning activities in a classroom environment. The institution uses the most recent version of text for the student’s studies. The Milady’s Standard Professional Barbering text is used along with various periodicals and visual materials. Practical/Hands On time is devoted to practical operations in which students develop and practice Barbering skills under the supervision of licensed instructors in actual working conditions. The institution prides itself in giving the students the opportunity to work in our salon-like clinic environment. Additional subjects include, Retail practices, Job Hunting, and Career Opportunities. You must complete the required 1500 hours of instruction AND all of the practical procedures required by the State. Once you receive your certificate of completion from the school, you may now apply and take the State Licensing Exam for your Barbering License.

The Barbering Course is 1500 clock hours in length, which can be completed in approximately 12 months of full time attendance. A portion of the curriculum is devoted to technical instruction (theory), which consists of various learning activities in a classroom situation. The balance of the course time is devoted to practical operations in which students develop and practice of Barbering skills under the supervision of licensed instructors in actual working conditions. Additional subjects include Business Management, Reception Desk, Retail practices, Job-hunting, and Career Opportunities.

Barbering

Click Here For Admission Requirements

These are listed requirements set by the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology.

However, the school additionally teaches Fashion Forward and Up to Date Salon practices to prepare our students for the REAL SALON ENVIRONMENT.

Barbering Course Subjects

History of Barbering
Health and Safety
Disinfection and Sanitation
Clipper cutting
Clipper Design
Shaving
Beard Trim and Design
Haircutting for men and women
Wet Hairstyling
Thermal Hairstyling
Press and Curl
Permanent Waving
Chemical Hair Straightening
Hair coloring
Bleaching
Scalp and Hair Treatments
Facials (Manual)
Manicure (Water and Oil)
Act and Bureau Rules and Registration
Chemistry
Theory of Electricity
Bacteriology and Anatomy
Clinic Hours

You will gain advanced training through our externship program with hands on experience in a high-end salon.

 

Barbering Course Materials

The cost of books and basic working materials is included in your tuition breakdown. Your kit includes such items as:

Clippers
Trimmers
Barber box
Blow-dryer
Curling Irons
Brushes
Combs
Hairstyling Materials
Color Application Materials
2 Scissors
Text Books
and much more

Required Text Books Included in Student Kit
Cosmetology – Milady Standard 2021 Edition
Text Book – ISBN# 9781435497153 – $132.95
Student Work Book – ISBN# 9781435497139 – $62.95

 

Barbering Course Schedule

NOTE: EVENING CLASSES ARE NOT CURRENTLY BEING OFFERED

Class Start Dates:

An exact calendar of start dates is not given. If the prior class falls behind in their classes, in the best interests of our students, we may postpone a class from starting.

Please call the school for exact starting dates.

Class Times Available:

8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday through Saturday
40 Weeks to Complete

8:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Tuesday through Saturday
54 Weeks to Complete

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Tuesday through Saturday
80 Weeks to Complete

1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday through Saturday
80 Weeks to Complete

6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
EVENING CLASSES (Not currently being offered)
Monday through Friday
80 Weeks to Complete

Please call the school registrar for start dates and pricing. (818) 366-3211 ex 102

FINANCIAL AID

The school offers financial aid to those that qualify.
Financial Aid is a mechanism that reduces out-of-pocket costs that the student and/or parents must pay to obtain a postsecondary education. Financial Aid is money made available to help meet the cost of the students college education.

Financial Aid includes Grants and Loans.
• Grants do not have to be repaid.
Loans usually have a low interest rates that a student must pay back depending on the conditions of their loan. Financial Aid is awarded to students who have “need” based upon the financial information submitted from the student.

Additional Student Loans (if a student should not be eligible for government funding)
• Non government loans are also offered to each student through our outside sources.
• Short term in-school loans are also available

All loans and Government Financial Funding is processed through the schools Financial Aid Office. The school will make every effort to help meet your financial needs in obtaining your desired education

*INFORMATION ON FINANCIAL AID & ELIGABILITY:
http://studentaid.ed.gov/students/publications/student_guide/index.html

*DIRECT LOAN BASICS FOR STUDENTS:
http://www2.ed.gov/offices/OSFAP/DirectLoan/pubs/studentbasics.pdf

*DIRECT LOAN BASICS FOR PARENTS:
http://www2.ed.gov/offices/OSFAP/DirectLoan/pubs/parentbasics.pdf

*FAFSA FORM – this form must be filled out by all students requesting to participate in any Title IV Federal Student Aid Programs:
http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/fotw1112/pdf/PdfFafsa11-12.pdf

*Direct Student Loan Information and Forms – What to expect – Entrance counseling, Promissory Note, Exit Counseling
http://www.studentloans.gov

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