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Hairdressing

Chisholm Institute of TAFE RTO 0260

Overview

VET in schools multiplies opportunities for students.  They enable students to complete a nationally recognised vocational qualification as well as contribute towards their VCE or VCAL Certificate. Classroom learning is combined with structured hands-on training and practice in industry. The first year will offer students the opportunity to undertake the Certificate II qualification including practical skills in styling, removal of chemicals and basin services and undertake theory studies in client communication. The second year will expand some of the practical skills learnt in the first year, increasing employability skills, including colour knowledge and application, chemical services and hairstyling. This will enable students to have credits towards the Certificate III in Hairdressing.

Course Code and Course Title

  • SIH20111 Certificate II Hairdressing
  • SIH30111 Certificate III Hairdressing (partical completion)

Delivery

  • Venue: Chisholm Institute of TAFE – Dandenong & Frankston campus
  • Time: Wednesday 8.30am – 4.30pm

Applications should be made direct to the provider for this program. This program will offer the student the opportunity to attain the skills of a first year apprentice, practical skills for styling, and removal of chemicals, basin services and client communication.

Special Requirements

Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes.

80% attendance is required for successful completion of the program.

Entrance is via an occupational appraisal. Application appraisal forms will be posted to student after application is received online. This form must be returned directly to the Hair & Beauty department. Students are selected for the course according to their aptitude rating on the occupational appraisal for beauty services.

Structured Workplace Learning

Students need to complete 40 hours of structured work placement in industry as part of the course. This should be organised in consultation with Chisholm Institute Structured Workplace Learning complements the structured training undertaken at the school/Registered Training Organisation.  It provides the context for:

  • enhancement of skills development
  • practical application of industry knowledge
  • assessment of units of competence as determined by the training organisation
  • Increase of employment opportunities and marketability

Contribution to the VCE and VCAL

On completion of the program students are eligible for four credits towards their VCE or VCAL certificate, two at units 1 and 2 level.

Further information on the increment process can be found on the VCAA website: http://www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/vet/general/recognition/vetcredit.html

This program will also satisfy the learning outcomes for the VCAL Industry Specific and the Work Related Skills strand.

Units of Competency

The Units of Competency delivered could include the following:

Code

Unit of Competency Name

WRHCS202A Maintain tools and equipment
WRHCS201A Prepare clients for salon service
WRHCS204A Maintain and organise work areas
WRHCS205A Follow personal health and safety routines at work
WRHCS206A Perform head, neck and shoulder massage
WRHCS207A Develop hairdressing industry knowledge
WRHHD201A Dry hair to shape
WRRCS1B Communicate in the workplace
WRRER1B Work effectively in a retail environment
WRRLP1B Apply safe working practices
WRHCL201A Apply temporary hair colour and remove residual colour products
WRHCR201A Rinse and neutralise chemically curled or volumised hair
THHGHS03B Provide first aid
BSBSUS201A Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

To view the latest Units of Competency and course information go to:

http://www.chisholm.edu.au/Courses/VET_in_Schools/Certificate_II/Hairdressing

Pathways

Employment Outcomes

  • Certificate II Hairdressing can lead to an apprenticeship or Certificate III Hairdressing with a salon, and can reduce the term of the Apprenticeship by six (6) months. Certificate II Hairdressing can lead to part-time employment in a Hairdressing Salon.
  • Certificate II Hairdressing can lead to employment in the retail sector, such as Pharmacies, Hairdressing supply outlets and Hair and Beauty counters in large retail outlets.
  • Certificate IV in Hairdressing
  • Diploma of Salon Management

University Options

  • Bachelor of Management; or Bachelor of Business