Length 900 hours Admissions Contact
Kimere Corthell | firstname.lastname@example.org
727-538-7167 ext 2017
Charles Harris - AM | 727-538-7167 ext 2108
Robert Waterman - PM | 727-538-7167 ext 2108
Flyer Download Program Costs DownloadBeginning March term 2023, NEW daytime option: Monday - Friday, 7:00am - 12:15pm.Evening class hours will remain Monday - Thursday, 2:15pm - 9:00pm.Mission: The mission of the Barbering program is to prepare students for employment as a Barber with eligibility for Florida State licensure.This program prepares the student for licensure from the following:Program I120403 consists of a planned sequence of courses:Barber 1A – Course COS0160 (320 hours) Students will learn to use safe, sanitary, and efficient work practices; identify, prepare, and perform hair shaping (cutting); and, correct procedures for shampooing, conditioning, and scalp treatments.Barber 2A – Course COS0161 (150 hours) Students will identify and perform hairstyles; identify, prepare, and perform mustache and beard designs; and, identify, prepare, and perform on clients with wet sets, thermal styling, and braided styles.Barber 3A – Course COS0162 (300 hours) Students will identify, prepare, and perform hairpieces, wigs, and hair attachments; demonstrate knowledge of professional development (employability skills); and, demonstrate required knowledge of Florida law and the Florida State Board of Cosmetology.Barber 4A – Course COS0163 (130 hours) Students will identify and prepare hair pieces and hair attachments; identify and perform permanent waving/reconstruction and curl/chemical relaxing; identify and apply temporary/semi-demi permanent and permanent color; and, identify and apply lighteners and specialty color techniques.Distance Education – HybridIndustry Certification(s): Barber, Licensure - Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR)Services Available: All work is performed by Barbering students. To discuss cost and details, please contact program instructor Charles Harris at (727) 538-7167, ext 2107/2108Minimum Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirement: 75%Minimum Attendance Requirement: 70%Basic Skills Entrance/Exit Requirements: Student's competency in computation (mathematics) and communication (reading/language arts) is pre-assessed; required basic skills grade levels are: Computation - 9 and Communication - 9.
Program length and costs are approximate, and subject to change.