NVQ Level 2 Hairdressing Apprenticeship Shades
Whilst gaining valuable training and experience you will be aiding the salon staff in the smooth day to day running, assisting the stylists and salon managers with their client base, to work hard to get good results and develop good relationships with clients and be aware of changing fashion trends, new looks and popular products.
Closing date: 30 Oct 2021
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).
Total hours per week: 30.00
Possible start date
30 Nov 2021
18 May 2021
Level 2 (GCSE)
Are you a school leaver aged 16 or older and want to take the first steps in your career in a Hair Salon? Then level 2 is for you.
Level 2 is designed to give you all of the core knowledge and skills you need to start your career in hairdressing. We will help you with your job search too, to make sure you find the right fit for you.
Gain experience in a fun, lively salon environment, assisting professionals and interacting with customers.
What you need:
Great interpersonal skills, keen to meet the general public.
What you receive:
An opportunity to develop your skills in:
- Customer service
- Shampooing and hair treatments
- Cutting hair
- Styling & finishing
- Colouring hair
You will achieve a Hair Professional Apprenticeship Level 2.
How does it work?
The level 2 apprenticeship will take up to 24 months to complete.
You’ll receive expert face to face training, supported by online learning and on the job work experience to develop valuable skills.
You can expect to spend 20% of your working week training, which can be at our academies or at your employer's premises, as well as online support, coaching and shadowing opportunities to learn on the job. Until lockdown has been lifted, learning sessions will be done by distance learning.
Requirements and prospects
Good communication skills and a creative flair are required for this role.
- Be friendly
- Be outgoing
- Be efficient
- Work on their own initiative
- Be hardworking
- Be willing to learn
No previous qualifications required.
Once you have completed your NVQ Level 2 Hairdressing you will become a qualified stylist. You will then have the opportunity to continue learning and further develop your skills by completing the NVQ Level 3 Hairdressing. This could lead to a very rewarding career within the hairdressing sector at various levels.
Things to consider
So, you want to work as a hairdresser but don’t have any experience? Then the first thing you need to do is get some! If you are still at school, most salons will be happy to hire you on as a junior for weekend, evening or holiday cover help. However, if you want to train as an apprentice, then consider a hairdressing apprenticeship, particularly if you already have some experience in this area and have decided it is the career path for you.
A hairdressing apprenticeship is the most specialised way to start your training. To begin, you must be at least 16 years of age, be eligible to work in the UK, and not be in full-time studies. Although academic qualifications are needed, having personal attributes such as attention to detail, great people skills and an understanding and sense of style are all highly valued. Plus, you also need to be employable, presentable and professional.
About the employer
We are professional hairstylists and colour specialists who love taking care of your hair. Our innovative colouring technique and natural ammonia-free products will give you the perfect colour shades and healthier and stronger hair. And no more root touch-up either!
Applications for this apprenticeship are being processed by L & F Inspired Hair Academy
Omer 07746718712 email@example.com
- Hairdressing NVQ Level 2 and Hairdressing
- Functional Skills if required
- Training in the most contemporary techniques and trends
- Experience assisting both colourists and stylists
- Development of excellent communication skills and a unique understanding of the hairdressing industry
Level 2 (GCSE)
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