Hairdressing SVQ2

What is special about this course?

In addition to learning the theoretical aspects of hairdressing, you will also be able to gain invaluable practical experience by being a part of the college hairdressing salon based in House of Morven on the main campus in Thurso.

 

Entry requirements

  • Two National 5 and three National 4 qualifications (five Standard Grades at Level 3 or above)
  • Candidates who do not have the above requirements but who have successfully completed Access to Service Industries course or an SVQ Level 1 in Beauty Therapy or Hairdressing will be considered. 
  • Work experience in a hair salon will be an advantage

Please note that applying for this course does not guarantee a Modern Apprenticeship place, your application will be discussed with you in the first instance.

  • How to advise and consult with clients. 
  • Practical techniques including: Shampooing and conditioning the hair, Changing hair colour using basic techniques, Styling and cutting hair
  • Development and maintenance of effective teamwork skills while supporting the health, safety and security of the salon environment
  • Promoting a positive impression of self and salon

How will I study my course?

  • Full Time
  • Day release

Attendance for the full time course is over one academic session, if attending on a day release basis this will take two academic years.

How long will my course last?

one Academic Year

One year full time, longer part time

Where can I study my course?

    • Thurso

Start date

September

Fees

Study mode  Scottish Fee RUK* Fee International Fee
Full-time £1790 £5970 £5970
Part-time (per credit/module) £156 £522.50 £522.50

Full-Time Study

Full-time students will automatically receive the fee waiver if they are eligible from the information they have provided on their course application form.

If you have been living in the UK for at least three years, are an ordinary resident in Scotland before the course start date it is likely that you will not have to pay fees for your full-time course. Please check our fee waiver policy for more information.

Fees are payable on enrolment each academic year.

Some of our courses require students to have essential equipment/clothing please check with your course tutor on what you require.

Please get in touch with nhcfinance@uhi.ac.uk if you have any further questions on fees.

*Rest of UK (students typically domiciled in the rest of the UK (England, Wales and N. Ireland, including Channel Islands and the Isle of Man), with a term-time address in Scotland.

Part-Time Study

A Fee Waiver could be available to help with the payment of course fees depending on your personal circumstances, please check our fee waiver policy to see if you are eligible.

Fees are payable on enrolment each academic year.

Some of our courses require students to have essential equipment/clothing please check with your course tutor.

Please contact nhcfinance@uhi.ac.uk  if you have any further questions on fees.

Funding

Funding is available from Skills Development Scotland to contribute towards the costs of the apprentices training under the Modern Apprenticeship Programme for all young people between the ages of 16-19 for all frameworks. Funding may also be available for young people between the ages of 20 -24 and 25+ however this is dependant on the framework and sector.

For more information on Modern Apprenticeship Funding please contact: Lynn Sinclair on 01847 889421 or e-mail lynn.sinclair@uhi.ac.uk

What can I do on completion of my course?

  • SVQ Level 3 Hairdressing
  • Employment opportunities in the hairdressing industry as a junior stylist

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