Barbering Curriculum

Barbering entails teaching the art of shampooing, cutting, shaving and styling the hair. Upon completion of 1000 clock hours, approximately 7 months @ 40 hours per week and a passing grade of 80% on the senior board exams the student may then be certified to take the state boards national examination for his/her licensure. This licensure will enable the esthetician to provide service to both men and women. (Accelerated course offered may be complete in 5 months.)

Possible barbering career paths include: Barber, platform artist, industry rep/educator, salon owner/manager, retail/wholesale sales, and instructor.

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BARBERING Courses —1000 Clock Hours Minimum

COURSES
and COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Hours of
TECHNICAL THEORY
AND PRACTICAL
INSTRUCTION
Styling Aids
35
Shampooing
(draping, brushing, manipulations,
conditioning, rinsing)
50
Scalp and Hair Analysis
105
Styling
(wet, dry & thermal)
125
Facial Hair
(shaving, beard & mustache design,
ear and nose trimming)
75
Artificial Hair
90
Haircutting and Trimming
(scissors, razor, thinning shears,
& clippers)
270
Disinfections
(work stations, equipment, tools,
proper use, storage or linens)
140
Safety and First Aid
(pertaining to barbering)
35
Diseases and Disorders
(scalp, skin andhair)
75
MINIMUM TOTAL HOURS
1000
TOTAL
1000