The Nova Scotia Registered Barbers Association
The Nova Scotia Registered Barbers Association oversees barbers, trains barbers and offers certification for barbers in Nova Scotia, Canada. The purpose of the Nova Scotia Barbers Association is to foster growth and development in the barbering industry. This page is to serve as a resource for existing barbers in Nova Scotia as well as those men and women who are interested in barber training, barber certification and barber mentoring. The NSRBA meets regularly to discuss the key issues facing the industry today and moving one of the oldest industries into the 21st century while maintaining our barbering and Nova Scotia roots.
The Nova Scotia Registered Barbers Act can be viewed here.
Our NRSRBA executive team consists of President – Alton Robinson, Vice President – Valerie Venoit, Treasurer – Milva Marcatili, Secretary – Marvin Upshaw, and Registrar Kim Jamison.
As our organization grows and develops, this website will answer all of your questions about the Nova Scotia Registered Barbers Association. We are often asked the following questions:
How do I become a barber in Nova Scotia?
Where can I receive barber training in Nova Scotia?
Do I need a certificate or license to become a barber in Nova Scotia?
How many training hours are required to become a barber in Nova Scotia?
Can you provide e with a list of barbers in Nova Scotia?
Who regulates the barber industry in Nova Scotia?
Am I able to open a barber shop in Nova Scotia?
About the Nova Scotia Barbers Association:
The Nova Scotia Barbers Association fosters growth and development for the barbering industry in Nova Scotia Canada through training, awareness and building consistency in the industry. Build your career by contacting us here.