Graham’s Barber College offers an extensive curriculum that leads to certification by the State of Texas as a Licensed Barber or Instructor.
A Certificate from Graham’s Barber College includes both theory and practicum. It includes the health, hygiene, science and safety knowledge required to be a licensed barber or Instructor – as well as the creative arts of styling and cutting, hair color (both color theory and application) and other professional skills.
Apply your knowledge through clinic experiences and increase your understanding in the classroom while you fine tune your accuracy, concentration and speed. In this unit, you’ll refine your skills and gain the expertise you need to meet standards and state safety requirements. Learn real world strategies to get the job of your dreams, from interviewing to resume writing and beyond. At this point, you’ll have the competency required for the skill certification examination, as well as the theoretical knowledge needed to pass the written examination required by Texas. The 4,000 square foot Graham’s Barber College is located at 3016 AL Lipscomb Way. in the restored, historic district of South Dallas near downtown. Graham’s Barber College is the ideal setting for your professional education.
Class A Barber 1000 and Cosmetology Operator to Class A Barber 300
SHAMPOOING AND CONDITIONING
CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXING/RESTRUCTURING
STATE RULES AND REGULATIONS
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
• The emphasis in this classification is to introduce the fundamentals of shampooing, rinsing, conditioning, haircoloring, haircutting, chemical texture services, manicuring and pedicuring, facials, skin care, face color, hair removal, shaving, laws, rules and regulations, management, ethics, interpersonal skills, and salesmanship, disinfection, sanitation, and safe work practices. Future professionals learn state and safety requirements, experience basic theoretical knowledge and practical application through lectures, demonstrations.
• Future professionals are directed to finely tune their coordination, speed, accuracy, and concentration to meet entry-level salon requirements. Future professionals demonstrate competency in all task required for the Skill Certification Examination, as well as the theoretical knowledge necessary to pass the written examination required by Graham’s and Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. This will be achieved by simulating a salon daily service time schedule. Future professionals receive instructions on job requirements, interviewing techniques, resume writing, and employee benefits and wages. There is in-depth training in guest servicing, time management, self- promotion, communication, goal setting, merchandising and successful salon entrepreneurship and management. Express your creativity and talent in hair, skin, nail care and face color application. Our beauty culture courses incorporate 1,500 hours of extensive hands-on learning to provide you a complete understanding of beauty and wellness. Upon completion, you’ll be ready to succeed as a licensed Barber/Stylist.
Instructor 750 and Instructor 500 W/ 1 Year Experience
Methods of Teaching and Class room Management: Principles of teaching, Learning, Lesson Plan Development, Outlines Example of Lesson Plans, Components of Effective Lesson Plans, Preparation, Teaching Methods, Presentation Techniques, Application, Question and Answer, Problem Solving, Interactive Lectures, Field Trips, Developing Individualized instruction, Salon Projects, Using Educational Aids, Films or Videos, Charts, Manikins, Reference Material, Chalkboard, Overhead Projectors and Transparencies: Program Development and Review.
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