Hairdressing Apprentice - Intermediate (Level 2)
PRIZM HAIR COMPANY LIMITED
TRURO AND PENWITH COLLEGE
Duties will include:
- Assisting the stylists
- Dealing with enquiries
- Making appointments
- Shampooing and conditioning hair
The candidate must be hardworking, friendly and motivated. You must work well as part of a team and use your own initiative. You will be required to provide models for training and will report to the salon manager.
On successdul completion of the apprentiecship there is a possibility of a future job role.
- Good communicator
- GCSE Grade 2/E or above in Maths and English.
- A relevant Functional Skills qualification will also be accepted.
Level 2 Hair Professional
- Industry codes of practice and ethics
- Quality assurance systems
- Time management principles
- Self-management principles
- Commercially viable times for the completion of services
- Industry and organisational standards of appearance
- The importance of continuing professional development
- Equality and diversity
- Demonstrate professionalism and a passion for the industry
- Have a commitment to quality, a positive attitude and team working
- Work under pressure
- Observe time management and self-management
- Show a willingness to learn
- Complete services in a commercially viable time and to a high standard
- Meet organisational and industry standards of appearance
- Observe professional ethics
- Greet clients in a friendly manner
- Choose the most appropriate way of communicating with clients
- Be helpful and courteous at all times
- Adapt behaviour in response to each client
- Respond promptly to clients seeking assistance
- Establish client expectations and needs
- Explain clearly any reasons why the client’s needs or expectations cannot be met
- Willingly undertake wider salon duties including reception duties where appropriate
The learner must have successfully completed the on-programme assessment requirements, completing all the units of the qualification, before taking the end-point assessment which is the final stage of the apprenticeship. The employer decides the timing of the endpoint assessment, in consultation with the Training Provider (where appropriate).
End point assessment
- A practical assessment
- Oral questioning
- The practical assessment and oral questioning will assess the learner's professionalism, values, behaviours, communication, safe working practices and consultation skills
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