SHB20216 – Certificate II Salon Assistant
The Certificate II in Hairdressing is a nationally accredited certificate which prepares the individual for employment as a salon assistant.
Students are trained in the art of communication in the workplace, interaction with and providing service to clients and assisting colleagues in their salon environment.
They will carry out routine tasks under the direct supervision of the seniors, as part of the hairdressing team.
|• A Nationally Recognised qualification upon successful completion of the course|
|• Fun and flexible delivery of training and assessment by experienced industry trainers and assessors|
|• The opportunity to choose a career path through recognised qualifications|
|• Learning of new skills|
|• Develop your existing skills further, or have your existing skills recognised with a nationally recognised qualification|
|• Meet new people and gain confidence in your employment skills!|
This course will be delivered over 12 weeks. Classes are held 5 days per week, (7 hours per day) This equates to 35 student contact hours per week with a total of 420 student contact hours for classroom and practical learning and assessment.
Students will also be required to allocate some time each week to undertake some study (e.g. self-directed learning through activity books, case studies etc). Students should be able to allocate approximately 3 hours per week outside of allocated class time. This equates to approximately 36 hours of self-study.
- Part time course schedule may also be available (contact ITS Hairdressing Academy for details)
- Normal operating hours of the RTO are Monday- Friday 9am-5pm, and all training and assessment services that are conducted by the RTO will be scheduled within these hours.
After completing SHB20216 Certificate II in Salon Assistant students may wish to continue training in this industry by undertaking training in SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing and then SHB40216 Certificate IV in Hairdressing.
Note: This qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship pathway.
|BSBWHS201||Contribute to health and safety of self and others|
|SHBXIND002||Communicate as part of a salon team|
|SHBXIND001||Comply with organisational requirements within a personal services environment|
|SHBXCCS001||Conduct salon financial transactions|
|SHBXCCS003||Greet and prepare clients for salon services|
|SHBHIND001||Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas|
|SHBHBAS001||Provide shampoo and basin services|
|SHBHDES001||Dry hair to shape|
|SHBHCLS001||Apply hair colour products|
|SIRXSLS001||Sell to the retail customer|
|SIRRMER001||Produce visual merchandise displays|
There are no Qualification entry requirements to this course.
ITS Admission requirements are as follows.
- Must be 15 years or older
- This program has been designed to be delivered through classroom based delivery and students must have the ability to attend the scheduled sessions as per the timetable. Students are to be informed of the timetable prior to enrolment and are to maintain the required student contact hours
- Students are required to be competent in written and spoken English and will undertake a Language, Literacy and Numeracy test prior to enrolment
Training and Assessment
This program is to be delivered in a classroom based environment and in simulated work environment called the Salon (a fully functional & operational hairdressing salon) to provide access to appropriate environments for the practical components of the course.
All theory based delivery will occur within designated classrooms through structured training sessions from a qualified Trainer / Assessor employed by the RTO. At these training sessions a qualified Trainer/ Assessor will provide the required skills and knowledge as per the unit content and will ensure the learning is imparted. The Trainer/Assessor will have designated session plans to reference to ensure the learning content is provided consistently to all students.
As part of this course students will also be required to undertake practical activities related to the course content. These practical activities will be undertaken in an appropriately simulated environment free of OHS hazards.
As this is a competency-based program, the student gains feedback through the training and assessment is undertaken once the unit has been delivered. The assessment process may include written questions, verbal questions, case studies, assignments, projects and practical demonstrations.
This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth funding. Please refer to the current Statement of Fees for further details.
How do I know if I am eligible for Skills First Funding?
Eligibility for government funded training in Victoria is based on your citizenship, residency status, age and previously completed qualifications.
Generally, you are eligible for a government-subsidised training if you are:
- an Australian citizen
- an Australian Permanent Citizen (holder of a permanent visa)
- a New Zealand citizen
and are any of the following:
- under 20 years of age
- seeking to enrol in a Foundation Skills List course (and do not hold a Diploma or above qualification or are receiving core skills training in other sectors)
- seeking to enrol in VCE or VCAL
- seeking to enrol in an apprenticeship
- 20 years and older and ‘upskilling’ by seeking to enrol in a course at a higher level than your existing qualification.
Students are eligible to commence a maximum of two subsidised courses at the same qualification level in your lifetime. This restriction applies whether or not you complete the courses. For example, this means if you have already commenced two courses at the Certificate III level, you may only commence courses at the Certificate IV level (or above).
This restriction does not apply to courses on the Foundation Skills List or to students recommencing training in the same qualification (at the same or a different provider).
Under exceptional circumstances students may apply for an exemption to the rule allowing only two commencements at the same level, enabling them to enrol in a further qualification at the same level. No exemptions are available for any other eligibility criteria.
In addition, eligible students can begin up to two subsidised courses in a year as long as you are not doing any more than two courses at a time.
If you are eligible for Government Funding and enrol in a course subsidised by the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments under Skills First Funding, this will affect your future training options and eligibility for further government subsidised training under the Skills First Funding.
How to enrol
Contact the RTO to organise an enrolment interview.
Would you like more information?
Contact our friendly team at ITS Hairdressing Academy on:
Telephone: 9738 0836
Students with disabilities are encouraged to apply to access government subsided training.