BARBER / STYLIST
The goal of this program and curriculum is to prepare the student for State Licensing Examination to become a Licensed Barber/Stylist, and to provide the appropriate training and hands-on practice necessary for the students to become competent professionals. After completing the necessary credit hours and services, the students will receive a Diploma stating that they have satisfactorily completed the course and will be registered to take the state exam to become a licensed Barber/Stylist. Note: Graduates will not be able to practice their career until they have passed the State licensing examination.
This program is designed for extensive training in Styling and Barbering. Students will learn techniques through intensive study and hands-on practice. A student that enrolls in our school is guaranteed the provision of the books and equipment needed to develop his specialty as well as personal technically qualified to provide quality teaching. This program has been created to provide a formation in Barbering/Styling that complies with the requirements established by the governmental organizations. It is also designed to train the students in the skills required by barbers/stylists in their beginning level which includes: professional development, hair cutting & styling, shaving, mustache & beard trim, coloring, scalp treatment, facials, etc.
- NOTE: This program will be taught in its entirety in English or Spanish by a Licensed Barber, students are required to make a language selection during registration.
|BARBER / STYLIST||1200 HOURS|
|Sanitation / Disinfection (GN02)||321||150|
|Hair Cutting (ST01)||200||300|
|Hair Structure & Chemistry (CL07)||50||50|
|Shaving / Mustache & Beard Trim (ST04)||50||50|
|Hair Pieces (ST05)||30||0|
|Hair Coloring & Bleaching (CL06)||100||50|
|Hair Relaxing / Waving (CL08)||150||10|
|Scalp Treatment (CL03)||70||10|
|Florida Laws (GN03)||150||0|
|AIDS / HIV (GN04)||4||0|
|TOTAL HOURS & SERVICES||1200||650|
About The Curriculum
SANITATION / DISINFECTING (GN02)
The student will learn what sanitation means, significantly reduce the number of pathogens found on a surface. Barbering tools and other surfaces are sanitized by washing with detergents followed by the application of chemical disinfectants antiseptics applied on the skin are another form of sanitation.
FLORIDA LAWS (GN03)
The students will learn to establish and describe the different types of properties, structure, function and requirements necessary to run a successful business. The requirements for license renovation, the penalties for various violations, the security and health requirements of a beauty salon and, in general, all the laws and rules established by the State of Florida.
AIDS / HIV (GN04)
The students will be required to complete the AIDS/HIV four (4) hours program and pass the examination before graduating. The school will provide this program, or the student can obtain it in another center that is accredited by the State of Florida. The subject to be completed in this program must describe the difference between HIV / AIDS.
HAIR CUTTING (ST01)
The students will learn how to discuss the art of hair cutting, and the importance of the client consultation. Identify the sections of the head as applied to hair cutting, explain the principles of facial shape and profiles. List and define the fundamental terms used in hair cutting and demonstrate an understanding of the following finger and shear cut, shear-over-comb cut and clipper cut and razor cut.
Excellence in shampoo services requires the barber-stylist to give individual attention to each client’s needs. In addition to selecting the shampoo best suited to the condition of the scalp and hair, the effectiveness of the shampoo will depend on the way the shampoo is applied, the way the scalp is massaged, the way the shampoo is rinsed from the hair, etc.
SHAVING MOUSTACHE & BEARD TRIM (ST04)
The students will learn the objective of shaving, the fundamentals of shaving how to demonstrate the ability to handle the razor in four standard cutting positions and strokes, identify the fourteen shaving areas of the face, the safety and sanitation procedures and precautions.
HAIR PIECES (ST05)
The students will be able to discuss reasons why men purchase hair pieces, identify the types of hair used in the manufacture of hair pieces, demonstrate correct cleaning methods for hair pieces, discuss alternative hair replacement methods, etc.
SCALP TREATMENTS (CL03)
The purpose of scalp and hair treatment is to preserve the health and appearance of the hair and scalp. These treatments also help to prevent and combat scalp disorders such as dandruff, hair loss, dryness, and oiliness.
HAIR COLORING & BLEACHING (CL06)
Hair coloring is the science and art of changing the color of the hair. Hair bleaching is the partial or total removal of the natural pigment of artificial color from the hair. Skill in both hair coloring and bleaching requires thorough practice, determination, and study.
HAIR STRUCTURE & CHEMISTRY (CL07)
The professional barber-stylist works with chemicals and performs services that change the hair chemically and physically. An understanding of the health and safety standards of the chemical used will help protect both the barber-stylist and the client. A basic knowledge of modern chemistry is essential for an intelligent understanding of the various products and cosmetics used in the barber-stylist shop.
HAIR RELAXING / WAVING/ CURLING (CL08)
Our goal in this chapter is for the students to learn how to explain and demonstrate the theory and the basic procedures associated with a perm and the creation of a curl. This is a chapter where the chemical aspects are translated into the student ability to create a perm or to straighten the hair for a client. This technique produces high chemical changes in the hair that will offer new options for haircuts and styles for the client. The students will can identify the different types of perms, the chemical contents of each, and the methods of application. As well as different methods of hair curling, positions and patterns for perms, rinses, the various categories of curls and their advantages and the general elements necessary for the job.
- English Courses: Milady’s Standard Professional Barbering,
5th Edition, 2011 (ISBN-13:9781435497153), Milady Standard Cosmetology, 13th Edition, 2016 (ISBN-13: 9781285769417), Exam Review for Milady Standard Cosmetology, 13th Edition, 2016 (ISBN-13: 9781285769554)
- Spanish Courses: Spanish Translated Milady’s Standard Professional Barbering,
5th Edition, 2011 (ISBN-13:9781435497085), Spanish Translated Milady Standard Cosmetology, 13th Edition, 2016 (ISBN-13: 9781285772622), Spanish Translated Exam Review for Milady Standard Cosmetology, 13th Edition, 2016 (ISBN-13: 9781285769585)
A daily log is maintained where students sign in and out in the morning and afternoon. The school expects regular attendance by all students.
Daily theory class, practical demonstration and practical work performed by students under strict instructor supervision according to program curriculums.
DEFINITION OF CLOCK HOURS
One “Clock Hour” is defined as no less than 50 minutes of any one clock hour during which the student participates in a learning activity of the school for the coursework required in the physical presence of a member of the faculty.
GRADING PROCEDURES & DIPLOMAS AWARDED
A progress sheet is used daily to record services tasks. All practical tasks are evaluated and documented to comply with Florida’s minimum task requirements. A minimum score of 75% is acceptable.
A diploma will be issued to each student who satisfactorily completes the program and satisfies all attendance and financial obligation requirements.