Hairdressing courses cover a range of topics relating to the practical application and understanding of hairdressing in a professional environment, including colouring, health & safety and client consultation. Typically hairdressing courses will be an area of focused study; occasionally however, it will form part of a hairdressing and beauty course. The majority of courses prepare students for professional employment in a hairdressing salon and, therefore, you will need to have the ability to work independently and creatively.
Where: AFRICAN CULTURAL ASSOCIATION
What: African Hair Braiding and Weaving Classes (Booked online with Hotcourses)
by Annabelle - November 2013
I have struggled to learn how to braid for years. But as I am growing back my natural hair,I decided to give it another shot. The 3 hour class was worth every penny. The teacher was amazingly great,patient and encouraging. The... more
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The Vocational Training Charitable Trust (VTCT) is an awarding organisation, approved by the UK government that specialises in the hairdressing and beauty sector. For over forty years, the Vocational Training Charitable Trust has been at the forefront of vocational education in the UK. It offers Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQs), National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs), and other vocational courses in hairdressing, beauty, hospitality, complementary therapies, sport and active leisure, and more. VTCT offers qualifications at more than 500 institutions up and down the UK.
Creative Skillset, the Creative Industries' Sector Skills Council (SSC), is a body that supports the creative industry in the UK. Creative Skillset offers numerous qualifications in the creative fields, namely A-levels, diplomas, certificates, NVQs, SVQs and GCSEs. It trains its students and helps them acquire related skills as well as setting the National Occupational Standards for all occupations in the creative industries. These standards are applicable across the fields of animation, gaming, fashion, media, film, television, and advertising.
Founded in 1977, the British Association of Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology (BABTAC) is the an awarding organisation for beauty and holistic therapies. BABTAC’s logo in a salon, hairdresser or beauty therapist’s is an assurance that the service providers have highly regarded training and qualifications, and that best practices and services are delivered. The Association also provides insurance packages, keeping in mind the respective markets and providing maximum benefits to its members through comprehensive cover. BABTAC members benefit from BABTAC’s partnership with Wahanda, and availing opportunities such as entering the BABTAC & CIBTAC annual awards, and discounts on training and business services.
Qualified hairdressers or stylists, shampoo, cut, colour, perm, set and dry hair, using a range of hairdressing products and techniques. They have to be aware of health and safety, and understand the effects of the chemicals in the hairdressing products they are using. Hairdressers may also undertake reception duties. Some hairdressers may specialise in traditional men's barber shop services or in African-Caribbean hairdressing techniques such as pressing, braiding, plaiting and attaching hair extensions. New entrants begin by carrying out...more
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