1200 HOURS – 60 WEEKS
The barber program is to prepare students for entry level position as a barber. The theory classes include the biological study of the hair and its function. Instruction will also be given in chemistry, sterilization, bacteriology and hygiene. At the completion of this program, graduates will qualify to apply for the state license
examination and employment in the barber industry. A diploma will be awarded upon graduation from the barber program.
The barber program is a total of 1200 hours to prepare students for entry level position as a barber. This program consisting of 550 hours of theory and 650 hours of applied practical training.
1200 Clock Hrs (60 weeks) (1 year)
Book, Lab & T-Shirt$2,455.00
Cost of Attendance$7,005.00
|PROGRAMA BREAKDOWN BY COURSE||LECTURE HOURS||LAB||CLINICAL HOURS||TOTAL|
|BAR 101 State Law & Rules||150||0||0||150|
|BAR 102 Safety, Sanitation & Sterilization||165||0||160||325|
|BAR 103 Shampooing & Rinsing||25||0||50||75|
|BAR 104 Hair Relaxing & Curling||15||0||35||50|
|BAR 105 Hair Coloring &Bleaching||50||0||100||150|
|BAR 106 Perming Waving||50||0||100||150|
|BAR 107 Haircutting||25||0||50||75|
|Shear Over Comb||5||0||20||25|
|Clipper Over Comb||5||0||20||25|
|Style Cuts ( to include blow dry)||5||0||20||25|
|BAR 108 Hair Structure & Chemistry||30||0||20||50|
|BAR 109 Shaves or Mustache & Bear Trims||15||0||35||50|
|TOTAL Clock Hours 1200||550||0||650||1200|
BAR-00-01 STATE LAWS & RULES
The student understands the importance of the barber profession, its job opportunities, the barber program and licensing requirements. The student is taught Florida State statutes that regulate the Barber profession. At the end of this portion of the course the student has the ability to understand the local and state federal laws regulating the field and practice of the Barber Profession set by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR).
BAR-00-02 SAFETY, SANITATION, STERILIZATION
The student is taught how bacteria affects public health and the way to prevent infection, learn and practice methods of personal, public and clinic hygiene and safety, the proper sanitation of shampoo bowls and work stations, as well as practicing daily disinfection of implements. Will know the categories of information required on Safety Data Sheets and understand laws and rules and the differences between them. Will know the types and classification of bacteria and define bloodborne pathogens and explain how they are transmitted. Students will learn to explain the differences between cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilizing, listing the types of disinfectants and the steps to use them properly.
BAR-00-03 SHAMPOOING AND RINSING
Proper techniques of shampooing hair are taught. The students learn the distinct types of shampoos, selection of proper shampoo based on client’s need, shampooing and rinsing techniques, and the use of conditioners and cream rinses after shampooing. The student practices on manikins and other students in the classroom, and then on the clinic floor under the supervision of the instructor. The student practices first on manikins and other students in the classroom, and then on the clinic floor under the supervision of the instructor.
BAR-00-04 HAIR RELAXING & CURLING
Scalp treatments including massages, hair conditioners and scalp conditioners are taught. The student practices proper methods of scalp treatment and applications of hair care rinses.
BAR-00-05 HAIR COLORING AND BLEACHING
The students receive instruction on the theory of colors and lights, classification of hair coloring, preparation and application of permanents, semi-permanents, rinses and bleaches, and special problems related to hair coloring and bleaching. The students develop and perfect their skills with practice on manikins as well as on customers. After completing this lesson, the student will be able to: discuss the principles of color theory and relate their importance to hair coloring. Explain how the hair’s porosity affects hair color, understand the types of melanin found in hair, identify levels and their role in formulating hair color, identify primary, secondary, and tertiary colors.
BAR-00-06 PERMANENT WAVING
Students will learn about the history of permanent waving, modern permanent waving chemistry, the physical and chemical actions of permanent waving lotion on the hair and permanent techniques.
BAR-00-07 HAIR CUTTING
The student will learn the elements and principles governing the art and science of hair sculpture, concepts, lines and geometric forms. Students are taught and practice three basic haircuts: solid, layered, and graduated forms. The students have adequate practice to master their hair shaping techniques by working on customers under the supervision of an instructor.
TAPER CUT (25 Hours)
FREE HAND (25 Hours)
SHEAR OVER COMB (25 Hours)
CLIPPER OVER COMB (25 Hours)
HAIR STYLING AND BLOW DRYING (25 Hours)
BAR-00-08 HAIR STRUCTURE & CHEMISTRY
Students are to define organic and inorganic chemistry, define matter and its states, describe the properties of elements, compounds, and mixtures, define PH, chemistry of water and applied chemistry to cosmetics. The students will be able to list the difference between organic and inorganic chemistry; categorize and give examples of different substances for the different status of matter and its states and summarize oxidation-reduction reactions; define the differences between pure substances and physical mixtures; evaluate the differences among solutions, suspensions and emulsions and will be able to define and understand pH and how the pH scale works.
BAR-00-09 SHAVING, MUSTACHES, BEARDS AND TRIMS
Students will learn the utilization of different tools for shaving, bacteriology and sanitation for application of shaving cream and instruments. The student learns and practices the technique of shaping mustaches and beards for different facial forms. Sculpture concepts, lines and geometric forms are studied.