SHB30516 To Become a Barber
BIBA Academy’s Certificate III in Barbering (SHB30516) is Government accredited and Austudy approved, making the course accessible to more students. Government funding is also available to approved applicants under Skills First.
Successful completion of BIBA Academy’s Certificate III in Barbering will give you the hands-on experience required to work in any top barbershop or salon as a men’s stylist.
Certificate III in Barbering covers:
- Sectioning patterns
- Shampoo and basin services
- Traditional and classic men’s cutting techniques
- Modern men’s cutting techniques
- Clipper work
- Finishing techniques
- Detailing techniques
- Beard and moustache trims
- Finishing and styling techniques
Students have the option of attending three, four or five days a week while undertaking what is considered a full-time load. This provides a flexible learning environment that permits the option of combined work and study. Courses can be tailored to suit specific requirements and needs.
At BIBA Academy, students will be taken through their training individually and the course structure will be directed by their individual ongoing performance. A training outline will be established for each student, which will detail completion dates for each study period and assist educators in monitoring course progress.
At BIBA Academy, we focus real hands-on experience which provides invaluable practical experience for our students. We support this learning through a series of digital training resources plus live demonstrations and presentations from our educators.
What You Will Learn
- Styling and finishing
- Men’s cutting
- Shaving and detailing
- Employability skills
- Scheduling and time management
- Techniques to develop a client base
What You Get
- Hands-on training delivered in a simulated barbershop environment.
- Internationally trained educators who are masters of their craft.
- Government funding is available to approved applicants under Skills First.
- The Certificate III in Barbering involves 840 nominal contact hours at either three days per week, four days per week or five days per week.
- At three days per week, the course is estimated to take 10 months. At four days per week, the course is estimated to take 8 months. At five days per week, the course is estimated to take 6 months.
- Training is carried out between our two campuses in Fitzroy and the Melbourne CBD.
- We take monthly enrolments for this course.
If you would like more information on this course, download the full course guide PDF here.Course Guide PDF Important Documents
Government funding may be available for your course. You can check your eligibility by visiting the Victoria State Government Skills Gateway website.Check My Eligibility