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Awarding Body City & Guilds Course Content This qualification is aimed at stylists and senior stylists. It covers a variety of more advanced hairdressing skills and builds candidates confidence, experience and develops creativity whilst enabling candidates to work independently. Course Features The course is full time consisting of two days and one evening in college and the remainder of week in work Assists in developing hairdressing standards. Extra curriculum activities include organising and participating in fashion shows, competitions and industrial events. Covers a variety of more advanced hairdressing techniques and skills. Deals with overcoming a wider range of client demands and the ever changing requirements of the modern salon. A realistic working salon builds candidates confidence, experience and develops creativity whilst enabling candidates to work independently. A hairdressing kit and uniform are a compulsory requirement for the course, candidates progressing from level 2 need to ensure all kit is updated. Additional business unit integrated within the programme. Career Prospects and Progression This qualification enables the successful candidate to expand their knowledge in the hairdressing industry. Progressional route to NVQ Level 4 in salon management, and skills required to open own salon. Modules This is a 9 unit qualification: G1-Health and Safety G6 Promote additional products and services to clients G9-Promote hairdressing consultation services H25-Style and dress hair using a variety of techniques H26-Style and dress long hair -Create a variety of techniques using a combination of cutting techniques -Provide colour correction services -Perm hair using a variety of techniques -Colour hair using a variety of techniques -Contribute to the financial effectiveness of the business Method of Assessment Continual practical observation on real paying clients throughout the programme. Written tests for each unit and 7 assignments to ensure essential knowledge and understanding. Course Length Up to a year. Please note that students will be expected to attend college one late evening per week on a regular basis as part of their training. Time of Delivery Day and Evening Campus Graig Campus Bilingual Provision The majority of this course can be studied bilingually Entry Requirements Candidates must have completed hairdressing NVQ level 2 or had a minimum of 5 years experience within the hairdressing industry. An entry interview and skills test are required. Full-time or Part-time

Awarding Body City & Guilds Course Content This qualification is aimed at stylists and senior stylists. It covers a variety of more advanced hairdressing skills and builds candidates confidence, experience and develops creativity whilst enabling candidates to work independently. Course Features The course is full time consisting of two days and one evening in college and the remainder of week in...

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