34 Commerce Crescent
North Bay ON P1A 0B4
Suite 110, 66 Elm St.
Sudbury ON P3C 1R8
Suite 218, 400 Bayfield St.
Barrie ON L4M 5A1
Students enrolled in the Modern College Hairstyling Program receive comprehensive theoretical and hands-on training that effectively prepares them for rewarding positions in the growing personal care industry. Practical skills are introduced using a mannequin, and then students quickly move on to work with live models.
In just under 38 weeks, hairstyling students at the North Bay campus are equipped with the essential knowledge and confidence needed to secure their first professional position, and build a loyal client base.
Students enrolled in the Hairstyling Program at Modern College in North Bay will complete 1500 hours of training, which is evenly distributed across 37.5 weeks. Students attend classes for 40 hours a week, broken down into the following daily schedule:
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays: 8:15 AM to 4:45 PM
Wednesdays: 8:15 AM to 6:00 PM
Fridays: 8:15 AM to 3:30 PM
Students enrolled in the Hairstyling Program can expect to develop a comprehensive theoretical and practical understanding of the following areas:
In addition to the private training received at the Modern College North Bay campus, students will complete:
Hairstyling professionals provide a wide range of hair care services to both men and women. Hairstyling training prepares graduates to launch rewarding careers in beauty salons, day spas or resorts. Some graduates may even become self-employed, owning their own shops or leasing booths in existing salons.
Hairstylists are highly motivated, energetic and creative individuals who have an interest in fashion and stay on top of new trends. They boast excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skills, which helps them build and retain a loyal clientele. The Modern College Hairstyling Program prepares students for the full range of responsibilities they will take on as professionals, including:
Employment opportunities in the field of hairstyling have remained stable over the past five years, and this trend is expected to continue going forward. As Canadians continue to invest in personal care services, certified hairstylists can anticipate a slight increase in demand over the next several years. Hairstylists earn an average base salary of about $30, 000/year (not including tips).