INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATION Level 2
What you learn
It is an intensive and in-depth practical course, particularly suitable for those wishing to change their career or for those passionate about working in a creative environment.
No previous hairdressing experience is necessary.
This course includes all the required elements to work effectively as a junior hairdresser once completed and learners could work in a variety of different sectors, which might include:
Television, film, theatre and media
Additionally students can choose to develop their knowledge and skills further by undertaking a level 3 qualification.
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HOW YOU LEARN
Classes are taught through practical demonstrations, academy and salon's practice, distance learning, digital platform, and one-to-one attention on each student’s work.
Students work on each other, mannequins, and models with a very practical hands-on approach from day one.
The focus is: to develop students’ practical skills and work responsibility.
This course is taught and assessed by the academy’s principal educator Alex Volpe with more than 30 years’ experience as Hairdresser in salons work, TV, media, and films.
The course length can vary from 8 to 14 months (Approximately).
Work experience will be essential for professional development and students will be able to practice in the Academy’s salon on a flexible basis throughout the duration of the course.
The course is organised in Units and some can be taken individually.
Shampoo, condition and treat the hair and scalp
The art of “Clients consultation”
Cut ladies and men’s hair
Style and dressing hair
Colour and lighten hair
Salon work ethic
Work with the team
History of Hairdressing
At the end of the course after passing all required units, Diplomas by the iTEC/VTCT and London Academy hair & makeup will be issued.
WHERE AND FEES
The light and airy classrooms of London Academy are located within the enchanting Spinola Bay in St. Julians.
In our spacious academy, you will have your own personal workstation – including professional lighting and equipment.
There will be a deposit on enrollment day, an initial payment a week before the course begins, and
10 monthly installments.
(Taking enrolments now)