The VTCT Certificate in Women’s Hairdressing (QCF) is a qualification that has been specifically designed to develop your practical skills in; the creative art of cutting or dressing women’s hair, how to effectively shampoo and condition hair or provide a good consultation service for your clients. To further enhance your practical skills you will have the opportunity to study the following units; the artistic skill of colouring and lightening hair,
Underpinning this qualification you will develop a sound knowledge of health and safety whilst working in the hair industry. You will also develop an in-depth knowledge and understanding of each unit.
The purpose of this qualification is to develop your practical skills to a high level of occupational ability to enable you to perform your own salon services.Diploma in Women’s Hairdressing (22 Weeks)
- The Art of Dressing Hair
- The Art of Colouring Hair
- Client Consultation
- Health and Safety
- Working in the Hair Industry
- Cut Women’s Hair
- Shampoo & Condition the Hair And Scalp
- Colour & Lighten the Hair
- Plaiting & Twisting
- Salon Reception Duties
- Provide Scalp Massage Services
For practical elements you will be observed by your assessor. All your work must be collected in a portfolio of evidence and cross referenced to requirements listed in your Assessment Book. An Internal Verifier will check your assessments to ensure evidence is valid. A VTCT External Verifier will sample observations and portfolios. Practical observations will be assessed as per unit listed above. Evidence of knowledge will be assessed through assignments.
Mondays 10am – 4:30pm
Starting Monday 14th May
Course Fees: Diploma in Women’s Hairdressing €2295
Flexible monthly and weekly payment options available. A deposit of €500 is required to secure a place.
- Hairdressing Kit (worth €600)
- Course Books
- Free Courses: Advanced Cutting Techniques, Advanced Colouring Techniques
- Discount trade card for Style Parlor www.styleparlor.ie
- Use of modern salon equipment and accessories for class use