Barber

OBJECTIVE                          

To prepare students for the State of Florida Barber’s Board Examination to become a licensed Barber. CLOCK HOURS:  1,200

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The Barber program will prepare you to obtain the knowledge and expertise necessary to work in a high-end traditional or modern barbershop/ salon. This comprehensive program will provide you with the proper training in a variety of areas such as the following: cutting with shears, styling hair, modern fades, shaving techniques as well as chemicals (perms/relaxers) in order to be offer clients an array of services including artistic designs using color combinations to name a few. After the completion of this exciting program, you will have the skills necessary to be a platform artist, become a celebrity barber, or work with the most competitive companies in the industry.

PROGRAM OUTLINE       

BA100 SAFETY, SANITATION AND STERILIZATION
(325 Hours/70 Services)

BA101 HAIR STRUCTURE AND CHEMISTRY
(50 Hours/50 Services)

BA102 HAIRCUTTING AND STYLING 
(200 Hours/250 Services)

BA103 SHAMPOOING/TREATMENT OF THE HAIR AND SCALP
(75 Hours/35 Services)

BA104 CHEMICAL SERVICES, COLOR AND HIGHLIGHTS
(350 Hours/100 Services)

BA105 SKIN, SHAVING AND FACIAL HAIR DESIGN
(50 Hours/50 Services)

BA 106 HIV/AIDS EDUCATION, FLORIDA LAWS AND RULES
(150 Hours)

All hours and services are those required by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR).

Note:  All programs are taught in a cycle. Students are able to start at any point of the cycle and still fulfill all program requirements.

GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT

The Higher Education Act of 1965 requires proprietary and vocational colleges to provide an eligible program of training to prepare students for Gainful Employment. Below you will find information for related occupations listed for Barbering. The web link will provide information for tasks, knowledge, skills, abilities, work activities, work context, job zone, education, interests, work styles, work values, related occupations, wages and employment trends, other sources and additional information. Also included is the on-time graduation rate, tuition, fees, room and board, books and supplies, job placement rate, and median loan debt incurred.

CIP Code:  12.0402
CIP description:  Barbering/Barber

The Barber program includes occupations such as Barber and First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers.

SOC Code:  39-5011
SOC Description:  Barber
http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5011.00

SOC Code:  39-1021
SOC Description:  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-1021.00

 

Cost of Attendance for the entire program:

Tuition

$ 13,917.12

Fees

$ 100.00

Books and Supplies

$ 1,537.30

Total

$ 15,554.42

 

Room and Board*

$ 12,324.00

Total with Room and Board

$ 27,878.42


*Room and Board is not a charge by the school, it is only an estimate of your living expenses during school.

Overall Placement Rate:  95%
On-time Graduation Rate:  46.37%

Note:  The placement rate was calculated using the accrediting agency formula.

Students borrowing for the Barber program have a median loan total indebtedness of $9,500.00 after graduation. The median loan amount borrowed is $3,500.00 for Subsidized Loans and an estimated monthly repayment amount of $40.28 for 10 years with a 6.8% interest rate (effective July 1, 2012). The median loan amount borrowed for Unsubsidized Loans is $6,000.00 and has an estimated monthly repayment amount of $69.05 for 10 years with a 6.8% interest rate (effective July 1, 2008). To calculate your monthly repayment amount for your total student loan borrowed you can access www.finaid.org/calculators.

Median Loan Debt for Private Educational Loans after graduation:  N/A
Median Loan Debt for Institutional Loan debt after graduation:  N/A

Note:  The State of Florida Barber’s Board which is responsible for licensing Barbers, has varied restrictions which may affect an individual with a history of a felony conviction. Prospective students are responsible for contacting the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation and/or Florida Barber’s Board concerning any questions regarding their eligibility for licensure prior to enrolling. After completion of the program, the student/ candidate is required to list all background information along with the application, given that it is required to become approved for licensure. Afterward, the State Board is responsible for approving or denying any candidate upon completion of the program.

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