Our Hairdressing courses you’ll train in our state-of-the-art training room and will experience salon life using the latest equipment.

On the Hairdressing course you’ll also learn the latest treatments under the guidance of our highly-trained, inspirational tutors.

There are literally hundreds of salons across our region and that doesn’t even count barbers, mobile hairdressers or beauty salons and spas. Everyone needs a good hairdresser, and we can give you the expert training you need to have a constant list of recommendations and referrals.

Hairdressing is a career that never goes out of fashion. Anyone with an interest in learning how to create the perfect look who is committed, enthusiastic and motivated, will love these courses.

Our Hairdressing course Information

What you will learn

Level 1 (Preparation for employment in hair and beauty therapy)

Perfect for school leavers, get a high standard of skills while developing employability skills to prepare you for a career in hairdressing or beauty therapy.

The modules are: introduction to the sector, professional image, importance of appearance and behaviour, how the body works and planning an event.

Level 2 (Diploma in hair and beauty)

Develop the skills you need to work in a salon, with modules in: manicure & pedicure, facial treatments, waxing, eye treatments, make up services, shampoo & conditioning, dressing hair, colouring hair and cutting hair.

Level 3 (Diploma in hair)

This course develops your skills specifically in: advanced cutting, advanced colouring techniques, colour correction and advanced styling.

Entry Requirements

Level 1: No formal qualifications are required but learners should be working at E2 or above in functional skills.

Level 2: Four GCSEs grade 3 (previously D) or above including in maths and English.

Level 3: Level 2 Hairdressing.

Work Experience

All full-time students get at least 10 days work experience throughout the year. This is a crucial part of development and we work with Hair Euphoria, Shea Hair & Beauty, Lords & Ladies, The Spa at Butlins, Solo and Hair Design among others.

What Next

You can work through the levels and after Level 2 you can choose Beauty Therapy or Hairdressing. After successful competition of a Level 3 Hairdressing qualification you may wish to progress on to Higher Education.

Training with us doesn’t just prepare you for working in salons, you could go into teaching, become a stylist to the stars, or even continue your studies with a Foundation Degree in Management for Hairdressing Industries, the perfect way to start your plans for running your own Hairdressing business.