The Barbering program, a 1500 clock hour program will cover all technical and practical subjects as required by the California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology.


You will learn:

Disinfection & Sanitation

Hair Styling (shampooing, hair waving & curling, scalp manipulation, comb out, blow drying)

Hair Cutting (scissor cuts, razor [shaper], electrical clippers, trimmers, thinning & tapering shears)

Hair Coloring & Bleaching (strand test, formula mixing, hair tinting, and hair bleaching, high & low light)

Shaving (razor shaving, rest facial, rolling cream massage)

Permanent Waving & Chemical Straightening (chemical applications, hair processing & relaxing, acid & alkaline permanent waving)



How will you be prepared for your new career?
The beauty and wellness industry is a hands-on industry and our classes will prepare students accordingly, through classroom lectures and practical work. Students will practice their skills on mannequins, fellow students, and eventually, on clients. Students will receive their lectures and practical through live demonstrations, video presentations,and guest speakers. Students work with professional equipment commonly used in professional salons.


Working on clients.
During the levels of training, you will work on family and friends and, as you progress to the next levels of training, you will work on clients.


How do I get my license?
Upon completion of the program you will receive a Certificate of Completion and you will be able to take your State Board Examination in the chosen program.

Throughout your program we prepare you for your written and practical State Board exam through “mock board exams.” A license in your chosen program will be granted by the State of California only after you have passed the licensing exam (written and practical) with an overall average of 75%.


Finding a job.
While we do not guarantee you a job, we will assist students in their job searches after they have successfully completed their studies, by offering information on job opportunities and temporary assignments and guidance, preparing resumes, developing job interviewing skills, identifying job position openings, following up with employers after interviews, developing and utilizing a network of professional contacts who can aid the job search effort.

In addition to the graduate services available to students, career-planning concepts are also integrated into the curriculum in all programs. Students participate in specific sessions that cover interviewing techniques, networking, resume writing, and professional dress and conduct.


When will the next class begin?

Classes start on a bi-weekly basis.


What do I need to enroll in the classes?
-You must be at least 17 years of age.
-You will need a driver's license or government issued photo identification
-Social Security Card
-High School diploma or GED
-Green Card or Certificate of Naturalization


GET STARTED…..GET SALON READY …. CALL 951.790.1550 for an appointment with our Admission Advisor. or text to 951-212-7030