Start Date5 Sep 2022
Fees must be paid at the time of enrolment, or arrangements should be put in place to pay by instalments. The full fee includes tuition, registration and examination fees (where relevant). Depending on your circumstances you may be entitled to a reduced (concessionary) fee. Reduced fees are applied to the cost of tuition only. Failure to enrol before the Awarding Body deadline may result in you incurring a late fee.
Course: OCN NI Level 5 Extended Diploma in Hair and Beauty Management (Yr 1 of 2) Ref D144Campus: Strand RoadType: Part TimeStart Date: 05/09/2022
- Site location Strand Road
UK RequirementsA relevant Level 3 qualification in Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy or Barbering or equivalent
Further StudySuccessful completion of this course will enable the learner to progress to Level 6 routes within Hair & Beauty
The hair, beauty and barbering sector is one of the fastest growing industries with a vast number of employment opportunities available. This course provides progression and professional development for those already employed in the industry or those wanting to progress onto the associated Level 6 qualifications. The following subjects are typical examples of what you may study over the Level 5 Extended Diploma in Hair and Beauty Management ; however, course content is regularly reviewed to reflect changes in the industry. Salon sales and quality management, public relations and marketing, research projects, project design, implementation and evaluation, management of client care, health and safety, lifestyle and well-being, hair and scalp specialist services, employability skills and work experience Progression routes include salon management, progression to associated Level 6 qualifications , hair & beauty educator roles and specialist further higher education programmes.
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