Any Barber Training Course offered at IBI-BLI is designed to help students become qualified professionals, and provide them with the skills necessary to become licensed barbers in New York City. But in order to obtain a New York Barber License, all individuals must complete an Infection Control Course as well. This Infection Control Course is also known as HIV and Transmission of Contagious Disease Prevention Training. This course is not only limited to people looking to become barbers. It’s also open to:
- Apprentice Barbers Looking To Receive Their License
- Medical Professionals
- Tattoo Artists
- and More!
IBI-BLI welcomes anyone to take this course who may be working with the public and using any sharp objects or instruments that make contact with another person’s skin. This is extremely important not just for those professionals, but for the people they are working with as well. Often times, the last thing anyone working with the public wants to think about is contamination. Generally, it’s when we aren’t prepared that we let our guard down, and that’s when bad things tend to happen. Our courses offer extensive training in our state of the art facility and covers:
- Contagious Diseases
- Methods Of Sanitation
- Proper Sterilization
- and More!
Think About It…
If you’re thinking about becoming any type of professional that makes physical contact with the public, our Infection Control Course is essential to your career. It’s important to know how to protect yourself and anyone you work with (client or co-worker) from any infectious disease that can be transmitted through physical contact. You owe it to yourself to learn from the best, and the experts here at IBI-BLI are here to help you.
The International Barber and Beauty Institute (IBI) is committed to providing quality training in the field of barbering to anyone with a passion for helping people look good. Our objective is to ensure that anyone who graduates from the International Barber and Beauty Institute is ready to work upon graduating. This philosophy is an integral part of our commitment to fostering a sense of community and an obligation to learn the basics within all of our students. You can give us a call today at (631) 273-5755 or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.