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Hairstyling

 
This program is designed for students seeking full time learning with no salon experience or industry employment necessary. Delmar’s 1400 Hour Hairstyling Program offers cutting edge training with instruction from highly qualified professionals versed in all elements of hair design and salon business. Our in-depth 1400 Hour Program includes theory, practical sessions of study (on mannequin and on live models), business training and salon client work. Students have the opportunity to be involved in competitions, various events and photo shoots. Our students also received many product knowledge seminars as well as we encourage our salon partners to share experiences with our students through on-going visits and demonstrations.
 
Student funding is available for this program.
 
This fast paced and fun program will take you through the basics to advanced skills, preparing you for your government exams and everything you need to know to have a successful career as a hair stylist. Some of the skills you will master:
 
  • Basic to advanced hair cutting techniques
  • Basic to advanced hairstyling
  • Hair care, assessment and facial recognition
  • Hair colouring
  • Long hair styling, up-dos and specialty styling
  • Hair extensions
  • Business training (E3 Business Program)
  • Texture
  • Braiding
  • Barbering
 

PROGRAM OPTIONS

 
Program length: 11 months
Program hours: 1400*
Days per week: 3
 
Program length: 9 months
Program hours: 1400*
Days per week: 5
 
Click here to view upcoming start dates.
 
*Students must complete an additional 1400 salon hours and their government exams to be eligible for their license.
 
Click here to download our Professional Hair Stylist Programs brochure and let us share our passion with you! 

 




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