VTCT NVQ Diplomas

The London Hairdressing Academy

The London Hairdressing Academy

New Term Starting: September 2020

Duration: 20 weeks (excluding bank holidays & half term)

Where: 85 Stanmore Hill, Stanmore HA7 3DZ.

When: Learners will attend 1 day a week from 9:30 am to 7:30 pm.

Our hairdressing courses are catered to a variety of learners.

Please view the course description below to determine which route would best suit.

20 Week - Level 2 NVQ Hairdressing Diploma

• For learners who hold a basic Maths and English qualification (ESOL, Functional skills, Level 1, GCSE’s)

• Ideal for students with little to no experience in the hairdressing industry.

• Offers the basic theory of cutting, colour, styling and salon knowledge.

• Diploma allows learners to gain employment immediately after course completion.

• Learners are able to work from home/freelance after course completion, ideal for those looking for flexibility.

• Allows students to progress onto Level 3 Hairdressing programmes furthering their skills and knowledge thus allowing them to move up the career ladder.

20 week - Level 3 NVQ Hairdressing Diploma

• Ideal for students with completed Level 2 Hairdressing certificate or diploma.

• Designed for students looking to advance their basic cutting, colour and styling knowledge.

• Level 3 is ideal if you’ve worked in hairdressing for some time and want to develop your skills in a specialised area.

• Level 3 gives learners the theory and practical knowledge to allow them to progress quickly at work in their current roles and apply for higher salary roles after completion.

• NVQ level 3 offers highly specialised skill sets to add to your repertoire, something which can be very attractive to both prospective employers and enticing new clients to your own salon.

Course Duration

Level 2 NVQ in Women’s Hairdressing – 20 weeks

Level 3 NVQ in Women’s Hairdressing – 20 weeks

Classes run Mondays from 9:30am to 7:30pm

Course Term 2019-2020

September 2019 – February 2020
Enrol now for February 2020

Progression Routes