Course Description

Hairdressing - Listowel Campus

Ideal for those starting out in hairdressing or who have some basic skills and experience in the industry.

What will I Study?

• Client Consultation for Hair Services (Unit 203)
• Cutting Women’s’ Hair (Unit 206)
• Colour and Lightening Hair (Unit 207)
• C&G – Promote Products and Services to Clients in a Salon (Unit 205)
• C&G-Hairdressing Consultation Support for Colleagues (H/600/9061)
• Create an Image Based on Theme within the Hair & Beauty Sector (Unit 212)
• Follow Health and Safety Practice in the Salon (Unit 202
• Monitor and Maintain Health & Safety Practice in the Salon (3002-302)
• Perm and Neutralise Hair (Unit 208)
• Provide Scalp Massage Services (3002-215)
• Shampoo and Condition the Hair and Scalp (Unit 204)
• Style and Dress Hair Using a Variety of Hair Techniques (R/600/8634) The Art of Dressing Hair (Unit 209)
• Working in the Hair Industry (Unit 201)

CollegeKerry College of Further Education & Training
Course LocationListowel, Kerry
Course CategoryHairdressing & Hairstyling, Beauty
Course TypeClassroom Based
Course QualificationLevel 4 Certificate
Awarding BodyCity & Guilds
Awarding Body DetailsLevel 2 Diploma in Women's Hairdressing (3002 - 61)
Course Start Date9th September 2024
Course End Date30th May 2025
Course Duration43 weeks
Course Fee0
Entry RequirementsMinimum • Applicants must be 16+ years of age on entry to the course. • QQI Level 4 Major Award or its equivalent is desirable. • It is recommended that applicants have achieved at least Junior Certificate or equivalent in a science subject. • Competent written and spoken English (CEFR B1 or Higher). • Non-EU/EEA applicants must have permission to work in Ireland. Additional • Applicants must express an interest in learning and practicing new skills. • Good numerical and communication skills are essential. • Good hand eye co-ordination and good finger dexterity, i.e., the ability to use hairdressing tools and equipment safely when working on clients’ hair. • Ability to identify basic shapes and to visualise the end result of a hairstyle. • Good presentation skills. • Experience working full-time or part-time in a commercial hair salon is an advantage but not essential.
Carear PathQualified junior hairdressers find work in hair salons, health and beauty spas, hospitals, care homes, television and film sets, and on board cruise ships. Progression route to the new National Hairdressing Apprenticeship. See the link below for further information.
Course Code412005
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