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Barbering involves not only executing a precise haircut, but also performing any number of techniques to the face, scalp, beard and mustache. Barbers trim, cut, shape and taper hair using scissors, razors, clippers and combs. They also often provide facial hair maintenance, custom shaves and a number of grooming services, such as coloring hair, applying hair tonics and permanent waving. They massage the face and scalp and treat hair with oils, creams, lotions or other preparations either by hand or mechanical appliance.
Before signing up for Wake Tech's Barbering program, you must attend an online information session to learn about registration fees, admission requirements, books, kits, uniforms and the program schedule.
All information sessions are scheduled from 12 to 1 p.m.
Email William Graham at [email protected] to reserve your spot for an online information session. Include your preferred date, time and the best email address where you can be reached. A link will be emailed to you before the information session begins.
Check the website on the day you are planning to attend, as times and dates are subject to change.
Don't have enough money to pay for a course? Right now, Wake Tech's Propel program offers scholarships that cover the cost of registration, fees, books, course-specific supplies and credentialing exams.
The Propel scholarship application is closed while existing applications are being processed.
Learn the art of barbering and prepare for the North Carolina Board of Barber Examiners certification exam and apprentice license.