Hair Professional Level 3

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Overview of the Role

Create, plan and promote a collection of hairstyles and looks that reflects their own individuality.

Advanced and Creative Hair Professionals are creative, passionate, and driven professionals who work without supervision, managing themselves and others when required. They provide a quality service, whilst working to the highest standards and continuously developing their personal and professional skills.

An Advanced and Creative Hair Professional works in the hair industry, which is one of the largest, most trusted and fashion forward professions. They take ownership of their work and client lists, accept responsibility, are proactive, flexible and adaptable, plan their work and time, they aim for excellence by taking exceptional pride in their work and industry. The work environment can be varied in size, style and ambiance, from a bespoke salon, the media industry, cruise ships, product houses and manufacturers to luxury high-end hair salon.

They are highly skilled and experienced individual professionals who deliver hair fashion forward trends, which are innovative styles inspired by current images and their own creativity, individual flair, imagination and interpretation.

An Advanced and Creative Hair Professional demonstrates professionalism by:

  • maintaining confidentiality and discretion
  • researches fashion forward trends, using the results to create, plan and promote a collection of hairstyle looks that reflects their own individuality
  • analyses the factors that influence the design and creation of the collection of hairstyle looks, including the target audience
    designs a range of looks to create a fashion forward collection of hairstyle looks
  • maintains effective and safe methods of working
    uses and adapt a range of sectioning and cutting guidelines, creative and precision techniques and technical skills to create and enhance the collection of hairstyle looks
  • carries out precision and personalised cutting tailored to individual client characteristics
  • formulates imaginative creative advanced colour conversion services to change the depth and tone of the hair
  • uses a range of creative finishing and dressing techniques, advanced creative colouring techniques to enhance the collection of hairstyle looks
    presents, showcases and promotes their skills though their collection of hairstyle looks via a variety of media types and platforms
  • provides a smoothing strengthening service to clients
    carries out in-depth consultation and complex analysis of the hair
    uses and applies the products, tools and equipment, in accordance with legal requirements, manufacturers’ instructions and salon policy
  • provides advice on future services and products
  • evaluates the results of the service to improve further practice

Typical Job Roles

Creative hair stylists, Advanced senior stylists, Senior hair professional or Specialist technicians.

Entry Requirements

Hair professional or equivalent qualification.

Duration

Minimum 12 months.

Delivery

The following behaviours underpin the delivery of services for Advanced and Creative Hair Professionals ensuring that clients/customers receive a positive impression of the organisation and the individual
Facilitates safe working practices: ensures safety of self and others, challenges safety issues
Problem solving: works to identify and ensure root causes are resolved, demonstrating a tenacious approach
Flexible and adaptable: flexibility to changing working environment and demands. Demonstrates and encourages curiosity to foster new ways of thinking and working
Creativity: demonstrates individual flair and imagination using fashion forward trends in hair and approaches to their work
Professional Development: promote own professional development, embraces continual development and improvement.

Qualification

Level 3.

Assessment

The apprentice must achieve level 2 English and maths prior to taking their end-point assessment. For those with an education, health and care plan or a legacy statement the apprenticeship’s English and maths minimum requirement is Entry Level 3 and British Sign Language qualification is an alternative to English qualifications for whom this is their primary language.

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