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SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing (Apprenticeship)

Qualification Description

This qualification reflects the role of hairdressers who use a range of well-developed sales, consultation and technical skills and knowledge to provide a broad range of hairdressing services to clients. They use discretion and judgement to provide client services and take responsibility for the outcomes of their own work.

Students will learn about various hairdressing aspects such as cutting, foiling, straightening while learning how to coordinate in a salon team. You will undertake tasks performed in real hairdressing salons as well as our simulated salon environment under the direct supervision of our trainers.

 

This qualification provides a pathway to work as a hairdresser in any industry environment, usually a salon.

Pre-requisites

There are no pre-requisites for this qualification.

Course Structure

28 units must be completed:

  • 21 core units

  • 7 electives consisting of

  • all 3 units from Group A or all 3 units from Group B

  • 4 units from Group C.

Core: 

SHBHIND001 Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas

SHBXWHS001 Apply safe hygiene, health and work practices

BSBSUS201 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

SHBHTRI001 Identify and treat hair and scalp conditions

SHBHBAS001 Provide shampoo and basin services

SHBXIND002 Communicate as part of a salon team

SHBHDES003 Create finished hair designs

SHBXIND001 Comply with organisational requirements within a personal services environment

SHBXCCS001 Conduct salon financial transactions

SHBHCUT001 Design haircut structures

SHBHCUT002 Create one length or solid haircut structures

SHBHCUT004 Create layered haircut structures

SHBHCUT003 Create graduated haircut structures

SHBHCUT005 Cut hair using over-comb techniques

SHBHIND003 Develop and expand a client base

SHBHCLS002 Colour and lighten hair

SHBHCLS003 Provide full and partial head highlighting treatments

SHBHCLS004 Neutralise unwanted colours and tones

SHBHCLS005 Provide on scalp full head and retouch bleach treatments

SHBHREF002 Straighten and relax hair with chemical treatments

SHBXCCS002 Provide salon services to clients

Elective:

SHBHDES004 Create classic long hair up-styles

SHBHCUT006 Create combined haircut structures

SHBHCUT007 Create combined traditional and classic men’s haircut structures

SHBXCCS004 Recommend products and services

SHBHCCS001 Plan hair services for special events

SIRRINV001 Receive and handle retail stock

SHBHREF001 Curl and volumise hair with chemical treatments

*Please Note that learners must have completed the following unit prior to being assessed in SHBHCUT002, SHBHCUT003, SHBHCUT004, SHBHCUT005:

 

1. SHBHCUT001 Design haircut structures

*Please Note that learners must have completed the following Three units prior to being assessed in SHBHCUT006 - Create combined haircut structures:

 

2. SHBHCUT002 - Create one length or solid haircut structures.

3. SHBHCUT003 - Create graduated haircut structures

4. SHBHCUT004 - Create layered haircut structures

*Please Note that learners must have completed the following Four units prior to being assessed in SHBHCUT007 - Create combined traditional and classic men’s haircut structures:

 

5. SHBHCUT002 - Create one length or solid haircut structures.

6. SHBHCUT003 - Create graduated haircut structures

7. SHBHCUT004 - Create layered haircut structures

8. SHBHCUT005 - Cut hair using over-comb techniques

SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing is delivered as face to face delivery in a classroom and in real salon. Assessment methods allow for the gathering of sufficient quality evidence about the student’s performance. Assessment method includes Written Questions and Answers, Practical Observations and Portfolios.

Fees & Charges

Please contact the Academy on  (03) 9818 0089 for more information

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Delivery Mode

SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing is delivered as face-to-face delivery in a combination of classroom and salon environment.

 

Holiday Period

There is no training and assessment scheduled during the Public holiday periods.

On Completion of Course

Students completing all assessment requirements will be awarded SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing.

SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing is delivered as face-to-face delivery in a combination of classroom and salon environment.

On Partial Completion of Course

Students completing assessment requirements for part of SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing, will be awarded a statement of attainment indicating which modules or units of competency they have completed.  Awards will not be made to students who have not met all their financial commitments to Fran Capelli Academy.

If you would like any further information or come in and see the Academy please don’t hesitate to contact me on (03) 9818 0089.

Entry Requirements

·       There are no formal prerequisites required to enter the Certificate III in Hairdressing.

·       To be eligible for this course, all potential students must successfully complete the requirements of the ACSF level performance in the core skills of learning, reading, writing, oral communication and FCA’s language, Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (LLN) and a Pre-Training Review.

·       For Apprenticeship, all applicants must be employed under an Apprenticeship arrangement.

·       Prospective students must be 18 years of age or over.

Course Duration

The course duration of an apprenticeship is typically 24-36 months.

 

The requirement of the program is to attend Fran Capelli Academy for 1 day per week (off-the-job training) or they can choose to attend for at least 4 days in a week. They will spend 3 weeks at their salon and then returns for training on the 4th week. There should be a total of 10 block release training weeks in a year. Training days are available Monday through to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm, and there is no set enrolment period. Apprentices’ school year starts approximately the first week of February and finishes in the last week of November. The total number of weeks per year that an Apprentice attends training is 43 weeks.

Students will be required to complete 3 hours of self-study each week which may involve reading their textbooks, complete written materials, practice the hairdressing styling, cutting, colouring and chemical reformation techniques that were demonstrated in their class that week, discussing their work with their trainer/assessor and/or other students.

Students will also be required to spend 3 hours per week of assessment preparation. FCA considers successful submission of each unit as monitoring of self-study and assessment preparation hours.

Assessment Arrangements

As this is a competency-based program, assessment continues throughout the program until the participant either achieves competency in the assessment tasks or a further training need is identified and addressed.

·       Students are expected to complete the written questionnaire section of the assessments in their own time and submit to the trainer by the due date.

The assessment requirements are documented on the front-cover sheet of each unit. Assessment methods are written questions, direct observation, portfolios. These will be used to assess students' competency. The Trainer and Assessor, assess students' written work they submit and observe the students perform a range of assessment practical tasks.

The Trainer will explain the requirements for the assessment as well as the way they are being assessed.

The following assessment methods are used for some or all units, please refer to the Delivery Sequence and Methods section of this Training & Assessment Strategy for details of specific units and tasks.

·       Written – this is a written test. It is the responsibility of each assessor to assess students’ needs and make whatever reasonable adjustments are practicable to maximise a students’ opportunity to demonstrate their competence.

·       Direct observation – this assessment method is assessed in a simulated salon setup for the purpose of skill assessment (Practical Work) that provides service to paying members of the public. Students’ practical skills are observed for each unit of competency.

·       Portfolio – Students will need to research from the internet, hair magazines, brochures, hair retail products, salon products, complete pre-service analysis forms and other relevant documents, etc. to complete their portfolio requirements.

Course Outcome

After successful completion of SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing, students can find employment as a qualified hairdresser.

Education Pathways

The further study pathways available to students who undertake this qualification include:

SHB40216 Certificate IV in Hairdressing

Location:

Hawthorn

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