(407) 794-3698 info@affinityhairacademy.com 12313 s Orange blossom tr. Orlando

Barber School

Entrance/Admission Requirements

(Programs of four hundred fifty (450) or more clock hours or the credit hour equivalent shall administer a basic skills examination to each student who enrolls, unless the student has provided evidence of a high school graduation diploma, general equivalency diploma, or its equivalent.)
To be accepted, a candidate must have a personal interview with an admissions representative who will evaluate the candidate.Below is the list of required documentation:

All applicants must be the minimum age of 16 years old.
Official high school transcript showing date of graduation or diploma, or
Official passing GED scores or Certificate.
Picture ID and Social Security card with number.
Alien Registration card/INS Proof or other documentation (if required).

When Affinity Hair Academy has reason to believe that a High School Diploma or GED is not valid, it reserves the right to reject that credential for admission and may require additional information in order to continue with the admission process.

Note: A high school diploma or GED from a foreign country must be translated and notarized.

Program Objective

The Affinity Hair Program is designed to equip the student with industry tools and help develop their skills and the ability to build a relationship with the client. The program is specifically designed to help the student master color, cut, styling, relaxing, shaving, business and more. Our objective is for the student, not only, receive a certificate upon completion but also have a career path.Measurable Performance Objectives

Receive the required number of clock hours of training.
Complete and receive passing grades on all practical graduation requirements and
projects to include examinations, both practical and theoretical.
Satisfactory pass final written and practical exams.
Receive a graduation certification or plaque.
Pass state board exam

Program Description

Our barbering classes teach Future Professionals to be proficient in Florida Law, Safety, Sanitation and Sterilization, Hair Structure and Chemistry, Hair cutting/Hairstyles, Shampooing, Shaves/Mustache/Beard, and Chemical Services. The curriculum involves 1200 hours to satisfy Florida requirements.

Course Number

BAR 100

Course Title

Florida Law-Rules Regulations of Florida Department of Professional Regulation & Aids Education-Give students awareness of the spread of infectious diseases, such as HIV and AIDS and what measures can be taken to control infection (4 hour certificate from vendor); prepare students for licensure

Clock Hours

Hours: 125

Services

Course Number

BAR 105

Course Title

History, Life Skills, Professional Image & Communication- Barbers will learn the history of their career, establish new tools and image as a professional in the beauty industry

Clock Hours

Hours: 25

Services

Course Number

BAR 110

Course Title

Safety, Sanitation and Sterilization-Explain and understand the importance of decontamination and regulations for health and safety in the barbershop and learn the equipment used in barbering and understand the business types of business operations in barbering

Clock Hours

Hours: 325

Services

Course Number

BAR 115

Course Title

General Anatomy/Physiology, Basics of Chemistry, Electricity and Study of Skin-Students will learn importance physiology, anatomy to barbering profession, the organic & inorganic chemistry with understanding of electricity and structure, functions of the skin

Clock Hours

Hours: 50

Services

Course Number

BAR 120

Course Title

Shampooing and Treatment of Hair and Scalp-learn chemical composition of hair, disorders and treatments of hair and scalp and the different types of shampoos, proper techniques of shampooing and rinsing.

Clock Hours

Hours: 75

Services

Hours: 350

Course Number

BAR 125

Course Title

Facial Massage, Shaves/Mustache/Beard – Students will practice all areas of shaving techniques including softening of beard, and applications/theory of massage for facial treatments.

Clock Hours

Hours: 50

Services

Hours: 100

Course Number

BAR 130

Course Title

Haircutting/Hairstyles – The student learns all necessary techniques of hair cutting and styling for women and men including but not limited to, taper cuts, fades, flat tops, and standard haircuts using scissor over comb, clipper over comb, and freehand techniques. The student will learn all fourteen standard positions and strokes and hair replacements.

Clock Hours

Hours: 200

Services

Hours: 250

Course Number

BAR 135

Course Title

Chemical Services – Students will practice the application of chemical services, including but not limited to, permanent waving, coloring and bleaching, hair relaxing and curling on mannequins and customers under the supervision of an instructor.

Clock Hours

Hours: 350

Services

Hours: 300

TOTAL:

1200 Clock Hours

1000 Service Hours

The course numbering system uses a five or six digit alphanumeric identifier. The prefixes are characters that represent the type of course and the suffixes are numbers that represent the sequence in which they are taught.

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Tuesday 11-6pm (clinic)
Wednesday 11-5 (clinic) (Theory 11-2)
Thursday 11-8 (clinic)  (Theory 5-8pm)
Friday 11-8 (clinic)
Saturday 11-6 (clinic)

    Do you have high school diploma/GED?

    Are you 16 or older?