Course of study is a 1500 clock hour program that includes both practical and theory work.
barber history; bacteriology; infection control and safe work practices; implements, tools and equipment; anatomy and physiology; chemistry; electricity and light therapy; properties and disorders of the skin; properties and disorders of the hair and scalp; treatment of the hair and scalp; facial and scalp massage; and the Act and this Part, including sanitary standards.
Shaving and facial hair design.
Haircutting and styling:
cutting; thinning; shaping; trimming; application of electrical/mechanical equipment; curling; hair treatments; and blow drying.
Chemical texture services:
hair coloring and lightening; chemical safety; OSHA standards relating to chemical use; permanent waving; hair relaxing; hair and scalp conditioning; and shampooing, toning and rinsing.
State and local laws and rules; Workers’ Compensation Act; labor law; client relations; bookkeeping; and business ethics.
Workers’ Compensation Act:
labor law; client relations; bookkeeping; and business ethics.