The Certificate II in Hairdressing provides the opportunity for aspiring hairdressers to learn about the industry, gain skills prior to taking on an apprenticeship and work in a salon as a Salon Assistant, working under supervision of a qualified haridresser. You’ll learn about maintaining a clean and efficient work environment and how to communicate effectively with client and staff, dealing with clients, shampooing, drying hair to shape, head and neck massage, taking client bookings and preparing clients for salon service.
Year 10. Other Entry Requirements Attendance at information session and interview.
Key Study Areas
Key topics covered include:
* Basin and client salon services
* Drying hair to shape
* Head and neck massage
* Removing chemicals from the hair
Where • Bendigo (City Campus)
This course is 2 days per week with, 1 day practical placement, in a commercial salon.
Course duration is 12 weeks.
• Individual Interview
• Skills Test
Employment as salon assistant in Hair and Beauty salons and Day Spa's.
Qualified hairdressers must complete the Certificate III in Hairdressing
Further Study Options
Completion of Certificate II gives you skills toward the Certificate III in Hairdressing
You will be assessed as part of this course.
Typical Course Content (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
WRHCL201A Apply temporary hair colour and remove residual colour products
WRHCR201A Rinse and neutralise chemically curled or volumised hair
WRHCS201A Prepare clients for salon services
WRHCS202A Maintain tools and equipment
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
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT
has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.