Learn professional barbering and grooming techniques from the experts with this practical course for beginners. Male grooming is on the rise and more men nowadays are trying out new looks to keep up with the latest trends. This Professional Barber Training course introduces techniques and best practices that will help you to become a master barber in no time.
It will introduce you to the tools of the trade, teaching you how to do clipper work, beard work and scissor work with skill and precision. You’ll also learn about the pay scale for barbers and employment opportunities in the industry, as well as the challenges of the role.
A big part of barbering is client interaction, and you will develop all the skills necessary to communicate effectively with your clients to make them feel at ease and keep them coming back. What’s more, you’ll gain the skills to set up your own barbershop. Learn from the experts and enrol today.
Who is this course for?
The course is best suited for novice hair enthusiasts and people looking for a swift career change. Professional barbers stand to gain very little from this course but if you have been out of practice this course provides a very good revision.
Through our accredited courses, you can show your commitment to gain new skills and contribute to personal and professional development, improve your job prospects, enhance and evolve in your career. Upon successful completion of the course, you can obtain a PDF copy of your certificate at the cost of £6.99 or a Printed hard copy at £11.99. Or you can have both (PDF + hard copy) at £15.99. With these affordable pricing on certificates, we’re also offering the PDF Transcript for £5.99. Also, you can have your printed transcript delivered by post for only £9.99 (FREE POSTAGE). Or you can have both (PDF + hard copy) at £13.99.
Once you have completed this How to become a professional barber course, you will have the standard skills to provide complete haircuts. Our certificate allows you to showcase your competence as a barber to create your own clientele or find work with established businesses.