Course Name - Introduction to Barbering
Award - Certificate of Attendance (on request).
This programme is suitable for individuals who feel they may like to pursue a career in the art of cutting gents hair. No previous experience is necessary for this course and beginners are welcome.
The following topics will be covered in class:
No previous experience is necessary for Introduction to Barbering but if you do it helps to progress. Participants are encouraged to have models for later classes.(But not necessary you can continue practice on Mannequin head.)
I have been tutoring for the past 9 years at GTI and have 35 years hairdressing experience. I find it very rewarding to share my knowledge and skills with others who want to improve their skill or learn a new one. Introduction to barbering is structured to give one the knowledge, help and encouragement that is needed when one is embarking on something new or not very familiar. The course is very much hands on from the start and practice is encouraged outside of class. If one had previously embarked on some form of barbering or hairdressing but did not pursue it,this is a great opportunity to come back and test the water.
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The €10 Material fee included in the price of the course will cover towels, shampoo, conditioner and tutor supplied materials for class demonstration
Participants are also required to purchase the following materials for their own use in class
Participants are requested to purchase above materials for own use.
Materials can be purchased separately. It is advisable to shop around and also enquire about student discount.
List of some but not all Hairdressing suppliers.
Salon Services Ballybane Industrial Estate, Tuam Rd, Galway.Phone: (091) 751 377
The Hair and Beauty, Ballybane Industrial Estate, Tuam Rd, Galway.Phone: (091) 773 011 also eyre square.
Flair Hair & Beauty Supplies Sean Mulvoy Road, Galway.Phone: (091) 771 535.