Class Start Dates

  1. January:  01/07/2020

  2. February:  02/04/2020

  3. March:  03/03/2020

  4. April:  04/07/2020

  5. May:  05/05/2020

  6. June:  06/02/2020

  7. July:  07/07/2020

  8. August:  08/04/2020

  9. September:  09/01/2020

  10. October:  10/06/2020

  11. November:  11/03/2020

  12. December:  12/01/2020

School Closure Dates

​The school will be closed on the following days.  No classes will be held on these days, however the administrative offices will remain open where noted.
 

  1. New Year's Day:  01/01/2020

  2. Summer Break:  06/30/2020 - 07/04/2020
    -College Office Open 9:00am - 3:00pm

  3. Independence Day:  07/04/2020

  4. Labor Day:  09/07/2020

  5. Fall Break:  11/26/2020 - 11/28/2020

  6. Winter Break:  12/25/2020 - 01/02/2021
    -College Office
     Open 9:00am - 3:00pm

  7. Christmas Day :  12/25/2020

  8. New Year's Day:  01/01/2021

Barbering Program Overview

Program Length

Training Requirement:  1,500 Clock Hours

Full-Time Course: 43 Weeks

Part-Time Course:  75 Weeks
 

Class Schedule

Full-Time:  9:00 am – 4:30 pm, Tuesday – Saturday

Part-Time:  9:00 am – 1:00 pm, Tuesday – Saturday

Part-Time Evening & Weekends*:  5:00 pm – 9:00 pm, Tuesday/Thursday/Friday; 9:00 am -5:00 pm, Saturday

 

* = Enrolling for January 2020 class start.  Must have a minimum of five (5) students to enroll or class will not be offered.

​Instructors

  1. Anthony Gibson - Director

  2. Rashun Garris - Practical Clinic Supervisor

  3. Cynthia Malden - Senior Instructor

  4. Antonio Rivers - Classroom Instructor
     

Required Textbooks

  1. Milady Standard Barbering Textbook 6th ed - ISBN 1305100557

  2. Milady Standard Barbering Student Workbook - ISBN 1305100662

  3. Milady Standard Barbering Exam Review - ISBN 1305100670


Enrollment

Classes are scheduled to start monthly.  Under normal circumstances, class begins on the first Tuesday of each month.  If said Tuesday is a holiday, then classes will start on the first Wednesday of the month.  Please click here for more information on the enrollment process.  

Objectives
The course has been designed to fulfill the objectives listed below.

 

  1. Professionalism:  Students will utilize ethical business practices when conducting business and act with a sense of personal integrity.

  2. Personal Image:  Students will be taught the proper wardrobe and personal hygiene/grooming techniques used by business professionals.

  3. Critical Thinking:  Students will be able to apply the analytical skills obtained in class to solve problems that arise and to make style suggestions to clients.

  4. Communication Skills:  Students will be taught the proper terminology utilized by industry professionals.  Additionally, students will receive instruction in effective personal communication to improve relationships with clients, vendors, and other business professionals.

  5. Practical Skills:  Students will receive training in the current barbering techniques being utilized in the industry.  Students will be able to utilize practical skills to successfully obtain licensure. 

Class Structure
Instruction is divided between written barber theory and practical skills training.  Barbering concepts are introduced in barber theory classes.  This is done through a combination of lectures, reading assignments, and instructor demonstrations utilizing specifically chosen live subjects.

The practical lab is where students are given the opportunity for hands-on practice of the barbering concepts introduced in barber theory classes.  Mannequins are utilized for practice in most cases; however, in some cases students will be given the opportunity to recruit a live subject to practice certain techniques (e.g. facial, manicure).

Once a student has demonstrated mastery of the barber theory concepts and the practical hands-on applications, then they are eligible to begin practicing on live clients in the practical clinic.

Campus Address:

1904 Savannah Hwy,

Units 101, 102 & 201

Charleston, SC 29407

Telephone:

(843) 573-0078

Questions?