Entrance/Admission Requirements

To be accepted, a candidate must have a personal interview with an admissions representative who will evaluate the candidate.Below is the list of required documentation:

  • All applicants must be the minimum age of 16 years old.
  •  Official high school transcript showing date of graduation or diploma, or
  • Official passing GED scores or Certificate.
  • Picture ID and Social Security card with number.
  • Alien Registration card/INS Proof or other documentation (if required).

When Affinity Hair Academy has reason to believe that a High School Diploma or GED is not valid, it reserves the right to reject that credential for admission and may require additional information in order to continue with the admission process.

Note: A high school diploma or GED from a foreign country must be translated and notarized.

Program Objective

The Affinity Hair Program is designed to equip the student with industry tools and help develop their skills and the ability to build a relationship with the client. The program is specifically designed to help the student master color, cut, styling, relaxing, shaving, business and more. Our objective is for the student, not only, receive a certificate upon completion but also have a career path.Measurable Performance Objectives

  • Receive the required number of clock hours of training.
  • Complete and receive passing grades on all practical graduation requirements and projects to include examinations, both practical and theoretical.
  • Satisfactory pass final written and practical exams.
  • Receive a graduation certification or plaque.
  • Pass state board exam

Program Description

Our cosmetology classes teach Future Professionals to be proficient in design, cutting, coloring, multicultural techniques, makeup, fashion trends, manicuring, and the art of hairdressing. The curriculum involves 1200 hours to satisfy Florida requirements.

Cosmetology Course Outline

COS 100 Florida Laws-Rules Regulations of Florida Department of Professional Regulation & Aids Education 25 n/a
COS 105 History, Life Skills, Professional Image & Communication 12 n/a
COS 110 Sterilization & Sanitation, Related Anatomy & Chemistry, Skin Structure & Skin Disorders 66 n/a
COS 115 Nail Structure, Nail Disorders & Disease, Properties of hair & scalp, basic chemistry & electricity 45 n/a
COS 120 Principles of Hair Design, Shampooing, Scalp Care & Hair Shaping 256 n/a 400
COS 125 Hair Styling – Learn techniques and procedure for art of hair styling by finger waxing, wet styling and thermal 285 n/a 250
COS 130 Chemical Waving/Relaxing- Applications and techniques for permanent waving, chemical hair relaxers for curl reforming 150 n/a  90
COS 135 Hair Color- learn color theory and importance, types of hair color, correct procedure for application 250 n/a 170
COS 140 Hair Removal- Proper technique for hair removal by waxing and tweezing 9 n/a 30
COS 145 Facials- Procedures and manipulative skills for facials 15 n/a 10
COS 150 Facial Make-up-Learn the proper technique for make-up application, artificial eyelashes and understand color theory for makeup application 24 n/a 30
COS 155 Manicuring, Pedicuring, Nail Extensions – Theory and procedures for manicuring, pedicuring and nail extension Salon Management-Knowledge and responsibility to operate a salon 18 n/a  20
 COS 160  Salon Management- Knowledge and responsibility to operate a salon  45  n/a  n/a
TOTAL: 1200 1000

Entrance/Admission Requirements

(Programs of four hundred fifty (450) or more clock hours or the credit hour equivalent shall administer a basic skills examination to each student who enrolls, unless the student has provided evidence of a high school graduation diploma, general equivalency diploma, or its equivalent.)

To be accepted, a candidate must have a personal interview with an admissions representative who will evaluate the candidate.Below is the list of required documentation:

  • All applicants must be the minimum age of 16 years old.
  • Official high school transcript showing date of graduation or diploma, or
  • Official passing GED scores or Certificate.
  • Picture ID and Social Security card with number.
  • Alien Registration card/INS Proof or other documentation (if required).

When Affinity Hair Academy has reason to believe that a High School Diploma or GED is not valid, it reserves the right to reject that credential for admission and may require additional information in order to continue with the admission process.

Note: A high school diploma or GED from a foreign country must be translated and notarized.

Program Objective

The Affinity Hair Program is designed to equip the student with industry tools and help develop their skills and the ability to build a relationship with the client. The program is specifically designed to help the student master color, cut, styling, relaxing, shaving, business and more. Our objective is for the student, not only, receive a certificate upon completion but also have a career path.Measurable Performance Objectives

  • Receive the required number of clock hours of training.
  • Complete and receive passing grades on all practical graduation requirements and projects to include examinations, both practical and theoretical.
  • Satisfactory pass final written and practical exams.
  • Receive a graduation certification or plaque.
  • Pass state board exam

Program Description

Our barbering classes teach Future Professionals to be proficient in Florida Law, Safety, Sanitation and Sterilization, Hair Structure and Chemistry, Haircutting/Hairstyles, Shampooing, Shaves/Mustache/Beard, and Chemical Services. The curriculum involves 1200 hours to satisfy Florida requirements.

Barbering Course Outline

BAR 100 Florida Law- Rules Regulations of Florida Department of Professional Regulation & Aids Education 125 n/a
BAR 105 History, Life Skills, Professional Image & Communication- Barbers will learn the history of their career, establish new tools & image as professionals 25 n/a
BAR 110 Safety, Sanitation & Sterilization- Explain and understand the importance of decontamination & regulations for health and safety in the barbershop and in equipment 325 n/a
BAR 115 General Anatomy/Physiology, Basics of Chemistry-Students will learn the importance of physiology, anatomy, organic and inorganic chemistry to barbering profession 50 n/a
BAR 120 Shampooing & Treatment of Hair and Scalp – The student learns about types of shampoos, selection of proper shampoos based on clients’ needs and the proper techniques of shampooing and rinsing 75 n/a 350
BAR 125 Shaves/Mustache/Beard – Students will practice all areas of shaving techniques including softening of beard, and applications of massage for facial treatments 50 n/a 100
BAR 130 Haircutting/Hairstyles – The student learns all necessary techniques of hair cutting, hairstyles and learn all fourteen standard positions and strokes. 200 n/a 250
BAR 135 Chemical Services- Students will practice application of chemical services; permanent waving, coloring, hair relaxers under the supervision of an instructor 350 n/a 300
TOTAL: 1200 1000