Barbering

What is Barbering?
Barbering consists of hair cutting, shaving, trimming the beard, coloring the hair, applying hair tonics, permanent waving, massaging the face and scalp, treating the hair with oils, creams, lotions or other preparations either by hand or mechanical appliance. 

Public Barbershop Services

Professional Licensure Disclosure


Do you want to Become a Barber?
Attend a Required Online Information Session:

Learn about registration fees, admission requirements, books, kits, uniforms, and program schedule.

Please check the website on the day you are planning to attend, as times and dates are subject to change. 

Please email William Graham at [email protected] to reserve your spot for an online information session. Please include your preferred date, time, and the best e-mail address to reach you at. A link will be sent to your e-mail address before the information session begins. 

Location Date Time Availability
Online 11/01 12:00 PM Open
Online 11/15 12:00 PM Open
Online 11/29 12:00 PM Open
Online 12/06 12:00 PM Open
Online 12/20 12:00 PM Open

Training Leading to Certification

Learn the art of barbering, and prepare for the NC Board of Barber Examiners certification exam and apprentice license. 

Industry Recognized Credential

After a minimum of one year of on-the-job training, the student is eligible to take the Registered Barber License examination.

Approved program to use your Veterans Affairs GI Benefits. Learn more by contacting William Graham at 919-866-5727 or [email protected] 

Non-Credit
Student Support Services


 


Success Story!

Nathaniel Wall ==>
School of Barbering
Class of 2017


For additional details about the program contact William Graham.


Course Details & Registration Information

Barbering I - IntroductionBAR-3100I7
Are you creative? Do you enjoy networking? Do you want a career instead of a job? Have you dreamed of owning your own business? If so, the barbering field may be for you! Become part of an industry that’s always in demand! Prepare for employment as an apprentice and as a reg...
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