It's About Legacy
in A Few Words
Resilient, Determined, Focused, and Humbled are the few words that best describe the journey of Jay E. Caldwell. He was told it was a stupid concept, and degrees are used because that’s just the way it is. He did not stop there or allow them to provide empty answers of the origin of degrees. Through his own due diligence he found the true usage to the meaning of the word “Degree” as it is written in the Webster’s dictionary, not ever trying to create enemies but unite an industry of professionals who deserve a more clear means to teach what we all love so much, haircutting education.
What Difference Will You Experience?
Understanding the purpose behind Clockpoint
The current state of the industry from an educational standpoint is not the best. We graduate from hair school, or barber school yet we still need further training before we can be place in the work field and have a high standard skill set to fore fill any clients request for a service. The fault is not on the school or instructor, the problem lies within the the curriculum of instruction. The foundation of education is the degree template, and that is not the best option for the educational learning language. Replacing the degree template with the Clockpoint template eliminates the confusion and translation of instruction from instructor to student.
The simplicity of the clock and the depth of its format holds the key to the future of the hair industry’s educational success. Students utilize the time in school to perfect the skill set they need to deliver great service to clients, and the instructors have a much easier time being more comfortable teaching students whether they are left-handed, or right-handed cutters. School time does not become horrendous to complete, it now becomes creatively fresh and new throughout the entire time they are enrolled. Let’s eliminate the long term learning curve of trial and error, and instruct what we know works consistently with no issues .