Completing 1500 hours of applied effort including the following technical and operational requirements set forth by BBC, successful graduates will have the knowledge and skills needed to pass the required California state board examination for licensure and secure employment as a barber. Clipper, shears and razor cuts for men & women, shaves, color and chemical services are taught and practiced.
Knowledge of State Board Rules and Regulations, laws, and other administrative requirements of barbering and barber shop management
Assimilation of knowledge in hair chemistry, principles of electricity as they apply to Barbering and principles of hair design and styling, hair goods, and hair coloring
Demonstrations by students that they have met all the state behavioral objectives prescribed for the course preparatory to state licensor examinations.
The curriculum for students enrolled in the Barbering program consists (1500) clock hours of technical instruction and practical operations covering all practices constituting the art of barbering. Technical instruction means instruction by demonstration, lecture, classroom participation, or examination. Practical operation means actual performance by the student of a complete service on another person or mannequin. Thiscourse is designed to prepare students to pass the State Licensing examination and to secure employment in the barbering or related career field.
We have designed our program to empower students to become skilled in theoretical and Practical knowledge. To continue learning in relevant barbering industry areas. To qualified and prepare student to pass the California State Board Licensing Examination.
MAJOR SEGMENTS OF COURSE CONTENT
Minimum Hours of Technical Instruction
Minimum Practical Operations (do not equal hours)
Health and Safety
Shaving and Facial services
Anatomy and Physiology
Disinfection and Sanitation
Scalp Manipulations & shampooing
Hair Waving and Curling (Permanents) .
Hair Coloring, Tinting & Bleaching
Preparation for Employment including:
Skin & Hair analysis & Diseases
530 (Theory Hours)
1,000 (Practical Hours)
A student who completes the 1500 hours, program required hours and operations with a cumulative score of 70% or better, have paid all financial obligations and completes the Graduate Exit Survey, s/he will be awarded a diploma certifying graduation and Proof of Training for State Licensure.