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Hayes Campus: Course Starting Tue 04 May 2021

Starts: 04/05/2021

Duration: 4 Week(s)

Where: Hayes Campus

When: Tuesday 18:00 to 21:00

Total College Fee: £186.00

Who is the course for

This course is for those who would like to learn basic barbering skills or those who are interested in starting a career in barbering. Previous experience in cutting hair is not required.

Course Content

This course will cover how to cut and finish hair using basic barbering techniques which includes the use of scissors to create longer layered looks. Techniques taught will include;

  • Longer layered men’s hair (Uniform Layers and Long Graduation)
  • Shorter layered men’s hair (Short Graduation)
  • Scissor and clipper over comb It is advised that you provide your own models during the last four weeks of the course to allow more practice in preparation of the next level of training (NVQ Barbering unit accreditation)

Study Methods

This course is based on practical lessons with some elements of theory learning to recap and imbed previous learning.

How is the course assessed

No formal assessment, but you will be given personal feedback by your tutor. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST ACHIEVE 80% AND ABOVE ATTENDANCE TO RECEIVE YOUR COLLEGE CERTIFICATE

Where next - Further Studies

Successful candidates may wish to develop their skills further and complete the NVQ unit accreditation qualification in Barbering.

More Information

Please note, you will have to pay a kit price for this course: Kit Price - TBC

How to Apply

You can enrol and pay online for this course. Please click the orange Enrol Now button below.

Hayes Campus: Course Starting Tue 04 May 2021

Starts: 04/05/2021

Duration: 4 Week(s)

Where: Hayes Campus

When: Tuesday 18:00 to 21:00

Total College Fee: £186.00

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SADIE

When I looked at the salons on Open Day I felt Uxbridge College was the best place to help me follow my dreams of becoming a hairdresser. What’s not to love about the College - the facilities are perfect and we never run out of products to use. The teachers are so down to earth and helpful. If you had a bad experience in school and you feel college is the same, trust me it’s not.

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HARLEY

Uxbridge College makes me feel welcome and included. The teachers are very helpful and through my course and I am gaining the experience required for a career in the hairdressing field. The College has very good facilities and is also easy for me to travel to. I would say Uxbridge College is the right platform and stepping stone to getting your qualifications.