Project Description

Hairdressing

PLSS Code: 286000
Coordinator:Roísin Scanlon

The Hairdressing industry is a dynamic working environment, with opportunities for many different careers.

Our Level 5 course leads to internationally recognised qualifications in the art of hairdressing. You will learn the practical skills of hairdressing and styling, and the underpinning theoretical knowledge that will enable you to pursue a career in hairdressing business. You will work in professional facilities and with award-winning staff.

This course will prepare you for work and you can also progress to Level 6 Professional Hairdressing and Styling courses.

What Makes This Course Special

  • Internationally recognised qualifications
  • High-level skills training
  • Outstanding facilities
  • Award-winning hairdressing team
  • Build your own creative portfolio
  • Excellent progression routes

Course Content

  • Hairdressing Theory & Practice
  • Hairdressing Science
  • Creative Hair Design Skills
  • Perm Hair
  • Bridal Hair Styling
  • Cut Womens Hair
  • Colour Hair
  • Safety & Health at Work
  • Work Experience

Progression
Progress to further study and careers including:

  • Salon Hairstylist
  • Self-employed Hairstylist
  • Fashion Hairstylist
  • Product Representative
  • Cruise Ship Hairstylist
  • Resort Hairstylist
  • TV & Film Hairstylist
  • Wedding & Event Hairstylist

Entry Requirements

Standard entry requirements.

Certification
City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Women’s Hairdressing 3002-30
SEC Hairdressing Junior Trades

Costs
Standard registration and Other Awarding Bodies (see costs, fees and finance).
City & Guilds exam costs €240
SEC Hairdressing Junior Trades
€100

Additional Costs
Hairdressing Kit €250 average price
Books €35 average price
Salon Uniform Pack Required €30 average price

 

Garda Vetting
See the Garda Vetting details on the Entry Requirements Page

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Early Interview Option

Apply before 29 April 2020 for the opportunity of an early interview, Early interviews normally take place in May.

Apply before August 2020 for a later interview. An offer of a place does not guarantee a place – only full payment of fees will move an applicant to registered status. If an offer is not accepted in time and a course is full then applicants will be added to a waiting list and have the opportunity to apply for another course.

Note: This is a full-time course.