Course Summary

WORKSHOP LESSONS

Straight Razor Shave

Course Code: SRS101

Designed to give you a true understanding of shaving with a straight razor and the correct process to ensure the complete experience, students will get in-depth explanations and practical demonstrations to ensure a quality shave.

Duration: 6 Hours (2 Hours Theory, 3 Hour Practical, 1 Hour Q&A)

Topics:

  • Prepping Client
  • Different Types of Razors
  • Product Selection (Pre and During Shave)
  • Method of Shaving (Dry Shaving – Razor & Liner, Hot Lather, Wet Shave)
  • Aftercare Treatments (Finishing the Shave)
  • Blade Disposal

Price: $198.99

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DESIGN - (HAIR ART)

Course code: DES101

This course is mainly focused on teaching the elements of shapes and lines in order to create hair art at a basic level. Learning these techniques will add to your versatility as a hair care professional. With designs/ hair art holding firm as trends evolve, having basic knowledge of this craft will prove very productive and profitable. Definitely a sought after skill as a service professional. Ultimately this will increase your personal value.

DURATION: DES101 6 hours (2 Hours Theory, 3 Hours Practical, 1 Hour Q&A)

COURSE SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

  1. Define terminology common to the field of design / hair art
  2. Consulting and prepping the client correctly
  3. How to create and achieve consistent lines and shapes that can complete, or add to a haircut/ style
  4. You will learn multiple approaches to every technique

ESSENTIAL EMPLOYABILITY OUTCOMES

Students receiving a credit for this course will have demonstrated their abilities at:

  1. Communicate clearly and effectively with clients and peers
  2. Apply systematic approach to completing the service
  3. Analyze and identify skin condition as part of a complete service
  4. Manage their use of time to maintain a set schedule
  5. Complete understanding of the importance of health and safety

Price: $198.99

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FADING AND TAPERING- BASIC AND ADVANCED

Course codes: IFT101, AFT201

Focusing on multiple techniques and processes that will teach you how to deliver any fade or taper style desired by clients , regardless of length, texture or density. The knowledge of skills acquired will set the standard of your services at an elevated level of quality and experience. This will optimize your worth as a service professional in the hair industry.

DURATION:
IFT101 6 hours (2 Hours Theory, 3 Hours Practical, 1 Hour Q&A)
AFT201 6 hours (2 Hours Theory, 3 Hours Practical, 1 Hour Q&A)

TOTAL HOURS: 12

COURSE SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

  1. Define the terminology common to the field of fades and tapers, along with health and safety
  2. Consulting and prepping the client correctly
  3. Structure, technique and process of fades and tapers
  4. You will learn multiple approaches to every technique
  5. Creating and maintaining style, shape and levels of fades and tapers

ESSENTIAL EMPLOYABILITY OUTCOMES

Students receiving a credit for these courses will have demonstrated their abilities at:

  1. Communicate clearly and effectively with clients and peers.
  2. Apply a systematic approach to completing the service
  3. Analyze and identify skin conditions. And suggest potential treatments as part of a complete service.
  4. Manage their use of time to maintain a set schedule
  5. Complete understanding of the importance of health and safety

Price: $198.99

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LINING & BEARD WORK

Course Code: LGB101

Focused on giving you the best possible understanding of finishing lines and shaping beards to complete your cut, designed to show you how to handle different textures of beards and how to shape them. Thus, maintaining a high standard of quality and experience with each cut.

Duration: 6 Hours (2 Hours Theory, 3 Hour Practical, 1 Hour Q&A)

COURSE SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

Students receiving a credit for this course will have demonstrated their ability at:

  1. Define the terminology common to the field of lining and beard work, along with health and safety
  2. Prepping the client correctly
  3. Structure and elements of lining
  4. Difference in approach to neck and ear lining from facial area
  5. Types of beards and different textures
  6. Creating and maintaining beard shape

ESSENTIAL EMPLOYABILITY OUTCOMES

Students receiving a credit for this course will have demonstrated their ability at:

  1. Communicate clearly and effectively with clients and peers
  2. Apply a systematic approach to completing the service
  3. Ability to analyze facial structure and skin condition to ensure a quality service
  4. Manage their use of time to maintain a set schedule
  5. Complete understanding of importance of health and safety

Price: $198.99

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