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Our Training Program

We take a lot of care to be certain that your appointment is personal and is between you and your stylist. We have found that having a third person in the communication process has been positive and helpful.

We teach everyday, as this sharpens our skills and opens us to new ideas from a younger generation. The students add energy to the salon environment. Explaining why we are doing certain procedures to a trainee allows the stylist to confirm the reasons for the decision also giving the client a second chance to interject comments that will confirm or correct the logic behind the procedure. This is just one way we enhance the learning process and reduce mistakes. Mistakes are most often miscommunication so the more we communicate the better your results.

At first a customer the may be cautious with a student working on them. We have addressed that by giving discounts on services when you allow a student to perform all or part of the services. We work hard to make certain that the assistant is comfortable with the procedure to be preformed and they clearly understand what is expected. We then observe the assistant to confirm the quality and performance of the services our clients receive.

These students have shown interest and great desire over months of practicing on friends, family and mannequins before they work on clients. These students observe and receive instruction daily by seasoned professionals. These young students are exciting to be around and love the work.

If you can see yourself as a stylist we please consider a career with Total Changes Hair Salon. We currently hire one stylist per-year as we grow, and we are growing. Our Stylist earn 4 times the national average, and we have a program that we are all proud of.  The Louisiana Barber Association instructor, off the record, said our stylist out perform the other students by far. If you complete our training program, and work at Total Changes, you will be successful.

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    June 28, 2012

    How do you apply to be considered for the training program?


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    November 26, 2012

    Hey it’s Shannon mcclary. I
    M calling tm to talk to yall about this. I’m very interested


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      November 27, 2012

      You need to give us a call and set up a consultation with Terrell and Paula. 318-688-7000


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    March 21, 2013

    What requirements must be met to be considered for an apprentice position?


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      July 10, 2013

      You must be a US citizen with a high school diploma sign up fee is $500.00 plus $90.00 per month. Those fees go straight to the State, we get none of that. You pay the State so we can teach you how to make money that the State can tax. The other requirements will be normal employment issues personal desire, appearance, and general employability.
      I get cynical when the government and taxes come up.


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    May 31, 2014

    Just wondering if there is still a spot for this years training program?


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