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Level 3 Diploma in Womens Hairdressing
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Information about this Course
This qualification forms part of a suite of VTCT hairdressing qualifications.
At 422-502 guided learning hours (GLH), this qualification is larger than the
VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Hairdressing Studies. Whilst both qualifications qualify
learners to become senior hairdressers/stylists, this qualification in Women's
Hairdressing requires learners to achieve more units and to develop a greater
breadth of technical skills.
Hence, this qualification is most suitable for learners who wish to focus the
majority of their Study Programme on hairdressing. In contrast, the Hairdressing
Studies qualification is more suited to learners who wish to undertake a Level 3
hairdressing qualification alongside other smaller qualifications.
The qualification includes all the required elements to work effectively as
an advanced hairdresser/stylist including: health and safety; client
consultation; advanced cutting; styling and colouring techniques and; selling
products and services to clients