• beauty hairdressing

Beauty, Hairdressing & Complementary Therapies

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A course for Level 2 qualified hairdressers. Learn how to provide hair extension services for clients using a variety of techniques.

You will be able to identify the condition of your clients hair, skin and scalp will determine which products and technique to use. The preparation of your clients hair, selecting blending and placing the extensions will add colour, length and volume for your client. You will complete each service by creatively cutting and finishing the hair. Maintenance of the extensions and aftercare advice also form part of this qualification.

Entry Requirements

Level 2 hairdressing or the equivalent industrial experience


A good knowledge of basic hairdressing skills is essential for you to benefit from this course


There are no formal qualifications attached to this course but you will receive a College certificate.


Students are assessed through a combination of practical performed on a training head and models. You will need to supply your own models for this course. Level 3 hairdressing, Level 4 Hairdressing and Level 4 salon management Work placement is not required for this programme. You will need a pair of scissors, razor and cutting comb and basic brushes. All electrical equipment will be supplied for you to use at College

Home Study

This is a short course and no homework will be set. Students are however encouraged to continue practicing the skills they learn and put them into practice.

Work Placement

Work placement is not required for this programme.


Level 3 hairdressing, Level 4 Hairdressing and Level 4 salon management.

Fees and Additional Costs

An extension kit will be required. Costs will be given during an interview.

Additional Information

31K002 192001 Monday 27/02/2020 12/03/2020 13:00 - 19:00 £185.00
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