March 20, 2020
Covid-19 Updates Regarding Our School
This page will be updated periodically to share any developments over the next few weeks. Please check back for the latest information.
We are excited to share that our COVID procedures on our campuses are going well! We have organized the space in our facilities to accommodate for social distancing so students can safely take breaks, learn, and work on our clinic floor. We are also working with our state guidelines regarding face masks and checking temperatures for those entering our schools.
In compliance with tier 3 mitigation measures, some facial services that would require removing a face mask have been temporarily halted. The only hands-on portion that has been affected currently is services including beard trims, lip, and chin waxing. In the meantime, we have been working with our students to use mannequins in the interim. We have also put a plan in place to come back to those learning modules and services once the mitigation is lifted.
We greatly value and appreciate the safety of our students and staff. Within our school, we feel our students have a good understanding of our procedures and know that we are doing the best we can given all the restrictions we are under. We have worked hard to adapt to our state guidelines, and are always happy to provide any additional information to our future students and clients.
Contact us if you have any questions or concerns regarding COVID-19 health and safety measures, we can’t wait to help you learn more about Hair Professionals Career College!
Personal Protective Gear
Wearing masks – Students, staff and faculty will be required to wear masks at all times. Clients will also be required to wear face masks to the extent possible while receiving services.
Face Shields – are not required however if students want more protection, face shields are recommended when servicing clients.
Gloves – are not required but recommended that all students and faculty wear disposable gloves when servicing clients and change gloves between each client to the greatest extent possible.
Capes – each client should be draped with a clean cape. Capes should be laundered following the fabric recommendations between each client.
Apron/Smocks -Students and faculty should wear a clean apron between each client. Aprons should be laundered following the fabric recommendations between each client. Students and faculty will be allowed to purchase a black smock of your choice and wear in place of an apron for more coverage.
Neck strips – Students should use protective neck strips around the neck of each hair-cut client.
Hand-washing – with soapy, warm water, for a minimum of 20 seconds will be required by employees between every client service.
Student and Faculty clothing – Students and faculty should arrive at school showered and wearing clean clothing. Students and faculty should change clothes before or as soon as they enter their homes when they return from school.
*PPG, such as gloves, gowns, drapes, linens, and eye coverings should be changed between each client. These used items should be cleaned and disinfected or discarded in a closed container.
Update: March 23