Salon Services. Customer Services. (Hairdressing)

In Broadstairs

£ 250 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Location

    Broadstairs

  • Start

    Different dates available

Description

This course is suitable for anyone, with an initial interest in Hairdressing as a career, who does not have the recognised attainment for Level 1 or who requires additional support. The Diploma in Salon Services is suitable for those wishing to enter the Hairdressing industry to learn basic skills. Additional training is highly recommended to enhance and supplement your main learning goal, to.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Broadstairs (Kent)
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Ramsgate Road, CT10 1PN

Starts

Different dates availableNow taking bookings

To take into account

Successful college interview and Initial assessment. Satisfactory school report or references. An interest in hairdressing is desirable and will be assessed at interview. As part of the Entry Requirements it is important to note that, as this is a service industry, students must meet the demands of the course which include: good interpersonal and communication skills, personal hygiene, health...

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Subjects

  • Hair extension
  • Hairdressing
  • Hair Removal
  • Basic Skills
  • Industry

Course programme


Course Overview
This course is suitable for anyone, with an initial interest in Hairdressing as a career, who does not have the recognised attainment for Level 1 or who requires additional support.
The Diploma in Salon Services is suitable for those wishing to enter the Hairdressing industry to learn basic skills.

Additional training is highly recommended to enhance and supplement your main learning goal, to improve employment opportunities and add to your curriculum vitae. As such we endeavour to organise and arrange as varied external input as possible during your course of study.

Course Structure
The programme is delivered over one academic year (34 weeks).

The following topics will be covered:
  • Health & Safety
  • Basic Salon Reception Duties
  • Exploring Customer Service
  • Personal Presentation
  • Introduction to Hairdressing Services
  • Industry and Occupational Awareness
  • Introduction to Perming and Colouring
  • Applying Basic Make-up
  • Providing Basic Manicure
  • Introduction to, Themed, Face Painting
  • Working in a Team
  • Essential Skills (Literacy & Numeracy )

More able students will have the opportunity of working towards additional level 2 units of Hairdressing.

Qualification Aims
City & Guilds NVQ Level 1 Diploma in Salon Services. City & Guilds NVQ Level 1 in Customer Services

Assessments/Examinations
Continual written and practical assessments/assignments in both theory and practical aspects of the course.
A portfolio of evidence is compiled throughout the course and submitted for final verification.

Cost / Equipment
Please wear black T. shirt & black skirt/trousers.

Black Tunic£17.00
Hairdressing starter kit â€"£66.00
Name Badge£3.50
Beauty nail & make-up starter kit£75
Text Book£11.99 (Optional - NVQ Level 1 Introducing Hairdressing by McMillan/Bodell &Stephenson)
Consumables£20.00
Registration, Assessment booklets & Certification costs approx:
Registration£53.14
Certification£29.29
Total£82.43
These figures are intended as a rough guide only.

If you are 19 years of age or over at the start of the course, the tuition fee's may be payable at£495 per year.


Free tuition is available to those in receipt of certain means tested benefits or to their un-waged dependents.

As part of the Entry Requirements it is important to note that, as this is a service industry, students must meet the demands of the course which include: good interpersonal and communication skills, personal hygiene, health requirements and positive personal attributes.

Start Date
September 2010

Requirement
Successful college interview and Initial assessment. Satisfactory school report or references. An interest in hairdressing is desirable and will be assessed at interview. As part of the Entry Requirements it is important to note that, as this is a service industry, students must meet the demands of the course which include: good interpersonal and communication skills, personal hygiene, health requirements and positive personal attributes.

Salon Services. Customer Services. (Hairdressing)

£ 250 + VAT