Hairdressing Level 2

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We are only accepting one application per candidate.

What will you be working towards?

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Qualification Type Course Provider Certificate
Qualification Level Level 2
Course type Full Time

Overview

This qualification is designed for learners wishing to gain work ready, foundation skills and knowledge in hairdressing.

Students are expected to adhere to the salon dress code, details will be given on admission. Specialist equipment will be required - this can be purchased through the school or independently, but will total approximately £200. Students over the age of nineteen at the start of the course will also be required to pay additional course entry fees (please ask for more details).

For health and safety reasons, students must be able to work independently in the professional environment in order to be able to access this course. 

Details

For the Level 2 Technical Certificate in Hairdressing, the teaching programme must cover the content detailed in the mandatory units below:

Unit 201: Principles and practices of hairdressing and barbering services (GLH 90)

Unit 202: Shampoo, condition and treat the hair and scalp (GLH 30)

Unit 203: Cut hair using basic techniques (GLH 120)

Unit 204: Style, set and dress hair (GLH 90)

Unit 205: Colour and lighten hair (GLH 120)

For the Level 2 Technical Certificate for Cutting and Styling Services, the teaching programme must cover the content detailed in the mandatory units below: 

Unit 201: Principles and practices of hairdressing and barbering services (GLH 90)

Unit 202: Shampoo, condition and treat the hair and scalp (GLH 30)

Unit 203: Cut hair using basic techniques (GLH 120)

Unit 204: Style, set and dress hair (GLH 90)

Unit 206: Plait and twist hair (GLH 30)

For the Level 2 Technical Certificate for Hair Colour Services, the teaching programme must cover the content detailed in the mandatory units below:

Unit 201: Principles and practices of hairdressing and barbering services (GLH 90)

Unit 205: Colour and lighten hair (GLH 120)

Unit 207: Styling and finishing services (GLH 60)

Optional: Learners must be taught at least 90 GLH from units 212 or 213

Unit 212: Perm and neutralise hair (GLH 90)

Unit 213: Relax hair (GLH 90)

How will it be delivered?

For all three qualifications there is:

  • a theory exam, externally set and marked 
  • a practical exam, internally marked and externally moderated 

The Technical Certificate in Hair Colouring Services has an additional assessment for the optional unit.

The candidate must prove ’Employer Engagement’ during their course in order to gain certification. 

evel 2 Technical Certificate for Cutting and Styling Services, the teaching programme must cover the content detailed  


 

 

 

Components Number              Title

Mandatory

 

009                             Level 2 Cutting and Styling- Theory Exam (1)*

010                            Level 2 Cutting and Styling Services - Synoptic Assignment (1)*

 

 

To achieve the Level 2 Technical Certificate for Hair Colouring Services,

candidates must successfully complete both the mandatory assessment components as well as the optional assessment components for their chosen optional units.

Component Number       Title

Mandatory

 

011              Level 2 Hair Colouring Services - Theory exam (1)

012             Level 2 Hair Colouring Services - Synoptic assignment (1)

optional

212           Perm and neutralise hair

212          Relax hair

 

 

 

Entry requirements

Minimum of three or more qualifications at grade 5-3, including English, Maths and Science. Suitable applicants will be interviewed to assess their interest and passion for hairdressing. They must be of smart appearance and have good interpersonal skills.


 

Your next steps...

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Future courses and possible careers:

  • Upon successful completion of this qualification, student can progress onto a Level 3 Technical Diploma in Hairdressing, Technical qualifications in Barbering or an apprenticeship 
  • Employment in a salon as a junior stylist