Certificate II in Hairdressing
TAFE Queensland South West
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No minimum education
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This qualification is part of the Hairdressing Training Package. It is for people who want to gain employment as salon assistants and are competent in communicating in the workplace, interacting with and providing service to clients and assistance to colleagues. The course provides an overview of the hairdressing industry and graduates will also acquire some practical skills in hairdressing. As part of the course, students will be required to perform routine functions under direct supervision as part of a hairdressing team.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices; Perform shampoo and basin treatment services; Greet and prepare clients for salon services; Dry hair to shape; Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas; Apply salon safety procedures; Communicate in the workplace; Work effectively in a retail environment. Plus electives.
About TAFE Queensland South WestTAFE Queensland South West is the result of an amalgamation between Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE and The Bremer Institute of TAFE.
Their flexible and tailored training, covering more than 30 unique industries, is delivered onsite, online, in the workplace, and at twelve regional campuses, allowing industry and students to balance their professional, personal and learning objectives. Through developing relationships with industry, and working closely with communities, they successfully anticipate, address and meet the region's skilling needs.
Provider CRICOS: 02011C RTO code: 0526
Certificate IICourse code: SIH20111
- Full-time internal = 0.5 year
- Full-time internal
- Part-time Block or Day Release
- Part-time internal
13 units: 8 core; 5 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Hairdressers cut, style, colour, straighten and permanently wave hair and provide clients with hair and scalp treatments.
In most salons, the senior hairdressers and the more advanced apprentices cut and style hair. Apprentice hairdressers undertake routine tasks in the initial stages of employment, assisting senior hairdressers with preparing clients, shampooing, applying and removing simple hairdressing treatments, and sterilising and maintaining equipment. As apprentices gain experience they carry out more complex tasks under supervision.