Length: 12 months
Diploma in Professional Hairdressing + Internship
Basic (2 months)
This is where the foundation is built. An intensive course on the principles of hairdressing is focused on the first month. From thereon, a practical understanding of shampooing, blow-drying, perm rod winding as well as color application is taught.
Intermediate 1 (2 Months)
On the third month, the students are taught on consultation and diagnosis as well as to improve their basic skills on what they learnt in the second month. From hereon, students are exposed to practice on live models doing basic hair wash, cutting, perming as well coloring.
The Educator in charge will be guiding the students in their consultation and diagnosis with their clients and will be very attentive to the needs and understanding of the students.
Intermediate 2 (2 Months)
As the students progress into their 5th month, the students are now more matured and will be left to do their own consultation. The students will then report to the Educator on their diagnosis and suggest the proper method to accomplish the desired expectations of the client.
Besides doing live models, students are also taught various methods of achieving different results in hair cutting, coloring and even perming.
Creative (2 Months)
In their seventh and eighth month, the students are given free reign to decide on methodologies to achieve desired results. The Educator would pin point to the students on points for improvement during as well as after the service has been done.
Creative works such as coloring and perm techniques are taught in this class.
Internship (3 Months)
Once their eighth month is completed, the students will undergo a 3-month internship program to experience the different kind of salon ambiance as well as different levels of expectations of clients. the students will be doing their internships at A Cut Above’s Group of salons.
Final Recap (1 Month)
And a final month back in the Academy to recap back what has been learnt throughout your journey as a student and as an intern. This final month will also be a good time to identify the weakness of the student and to have a “final brush up” before working as a professional.