Barbering School in Great Falls | Montana Academy of Salons

Barbering

COURSE DESCRIPTION

1500 HOURS

Fee: $200.00

Tuition: $13,500.00

Books & Kit: $1,700.00

The objective of Montana Academy of Salons’ barbering academy is to enable students to successfully pass the written and practical exam through National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology and to prepare them for work once graduated. Education on business opportunities are provided to students in our barbering school to encourage them reach for their full potential and go beyond licensure.

The 1500 hour course at our Great Falls, Montana location educates students in all phases of hair styling at our barbering school, which meets Montana State Standards. Students must pass all practical and written tests of each phase to successfully complete the course. During each phase students are presented with classroom theory lectures and coaching in practical skills in order to prepare them for licensure.

Barbering Gainful Employment

COURSE GOALS

**A licensed barber in Montana who enrolls in cosmetology shall receive 1500 hours credit toward the 2000 hour course for a cosmetology license**

Course Hours Subject
250 Hair Cutting, (including proper use of implements, e.g., shears, razors, clippers, thinning shears)
230 Shampoo, scalp treatment, and hair styling(thermal and hair styling, finger waving, hairpieces to include weaves and extension)
60 Skin Care(including facial shaving, facials, massage, essential oils, and facial masks)
400 Chemical Services(waving, relaxing, hair coloring, and lightening)
85 Chemistry, bacteriology, sanitation, sterilization, safety, skin, hair, and scalp anatomy, physiology, blood spill procedure, and diseases and disorders of skin, hair and scalp
100 Salon Management Business methods, customer service, appointment book, professional ethics, current state board laws and rules, business ethics, personal grooming
375 Discretionary Hours These hours are at the discretion of Montana Academy, provided that the hours are within the applicable curriculum
Total 1500 Course complete when student reaches 1500 hours
225 Each barbering student will complete a minimum of 225 hours of basic instruction prior to working or performing any service on the public
At 1350 When a student has completed 90% of the course (1350 hours), the student may take the NIC practical test and National written test

BARBERING SUPPLEMENTAL

Fee: $200.00

Tuition: $1,500.00

Books & Kit: $1,200.00

Montana Academy of Salons offers a 150 hour training course in supplemental barbering that meets Montana State standards of which at least 15 hours is in theory, 150 hours distributed as follows and taught in English

150 HOURS

Montana Academy of Salons objective for the Barbering Supplemental course includes theory and practical teaching that prepares the licensed cosmetologist to perform barbering/shaving services on the general public. Montana Academy of Salons offers a 150 hour training course in the Barbering Supplemental that meets Montana State standards.
Montana Academy of Salons provides education in all phases of Barbering Supplemental. The graduate will have valuable knowledge taught by our barbering school in theory and practical skills required by Montana State laws. The graduate will have the background and skills to pass the Montana state board licensing exam and to work as a barber in the salon.

COURSE CONTENT

The Academy offers a 150-hour training course in barbering supplemental that meets Montana State standards and distributed as follows and taught in English:

Course Hours Subject
125 Clipper cuts, men’s haircutting and styling including proper use of implements, e.g., shears, razors, clippers, thinning shears
25 facial, neck, and outline shaving to licensed cosmetologists only
Total 150 Course complete when student reaches 150 hours
22.5 Each cosmetology student will complete a minimum of 22.5 hours of basic instruction prior to working or performing any service on the public
At 150 When a student has completed 100% of the course (150 hours), the student may take the NIC practical test and National written test When the student has completed the barbering supplemental course, the student must take the NIC written and practical exam and pass it with a grade of 75% or higher.

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