Hairdressing

If you are looking for a rewarding career, have an artistic flair and want to be part of a creative industry, then hairdressing could be right for you. You will have the opportunity to train in ‘Hair Works’ – the College’s modern hair salon, where you can out your creativity into practice.

These courses are practical and cover many technical skills, such as cutting, colouring, perming and the latest fashion styling techniques. With such a vast array of skills you will be able to gain a successful career in the hairdressing industry.

 

Full Time Courses Available:

  • Diploma in Hairdressing

  • Diploma in Barbering

  • Diploma in Hair and Media Make Up

  • Advanced Technical Diploma in Hairdressing

 

Part Time courses Available:

  • Level 3 Certificate in Hairdressing

  • Level 2 Certificate in Barbering

  • Long Hair-up Workshop (Beginners)

  • Long Hair-up Workshop (Advanced)

For dates, times and costing of Part Time courses, please refer to our Part Time Guide

 

Also available Apprenticeships:

  • Apprenticeship in Hairdressing at Intermediate and Advanced Level

  • Apprenticeship in Barbering at Intermediate and Advanced Level

 

What could I earn?

Hairdresser = £14,000 - £20,000

A Hairdresser will cut, colour and shape a client’s hair to create the look they want. You could work in a salon, on a cruise liner, in a hotel chain or be self-employed.

 

Colourist = £14,000 - £20,000

As a Colourist you will become an expert in colouring hair and in other technical services offered within a salon. You will hold consultations with clients and work with stylists to ensure the cut and colour work together. 

 

Salon Manager = £18,000 - £30,000

As a Salon Manager you will manage the salon team ensuring the salon is operated professionally to the highest standards and that all aspects of the business are kept up-to-date.

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