Hairdressing and Beauty Traineeship
On Program Assessment
Technical knowledge and understanding is assessed on program through a combination of Ofqual-regulated Knowledge Modules and specified vendor and professional qualifications. These must be passed before the end point assessment can take place.
End Point Assessment
The final, end point assessment is completed in the last few months of the apprenticeship. It is based on
A portfolio – produced towards the end of the apprenticeship, containing evidence from real work projects which have been completed during the apprenticeship, usually towards the end, and which, taken together, cover the totality of the standard, and which is assessed as part of the end point assessment
A project – giving the apprentice the opportunity to undertake a business-related project over a one-week period away from the day to day workplace
an employer reference
a structured interview with an assessor – exploring what has been produced in the portfolio and the project as well as looking at how it has been produced
An independent assessor will assess each element of the end point assessment and will then decide whether to award successful apprentices with a pass, a merit or a distinction.
To get a place, you first need to register for an Assessment Day below at one of our training centres. Just pick the most convenient place and time for you, and then turn up with your documentation
Proof of ID: passport or birth certificate .
Proof of benefits: JSA award letter from JCP or bank statement showing your JSA payment not older than 2 months if you claim benefits
Proof of address).
If you can prove your eligibility by bringing in all the necessary documents and you pass the initial assessment exam, you will be invited to enrol into the course. We’ll drop you an e-mail explaining the things you need to bring after you’ve chosen your time and place.
Are you determined to get into employment?
Are you aged 16 to 24?
Do you have little or no work experience?
Stand out from the crowd and show your motivation and commitment with a Traineeship!
Traineeships are an ideal opportunity for young people, aged 16 to 24, who are motivated to get a job but lack the skills and experience that employers are looking for.
Those who have been unsuccessful when applying for an apprenticeship or other jobs due to a lack of skills and experience are most likely be good candidates for a traineeship.
A traineeship has three core elements:
A high-quality work experience placement with an employer.
Work preparation training, provided by the training organisation.
English and maths support, if required, provided by the training organisation.
Traineeships last anything up to a maximum of 6 months with the content tailored to the needs of the business and the individual.
Employers are not required to pay trainees for the work placement and traineeships are exempt from the Minimum Wage. Young people taking part in traineeships will be undertaking education and training and some may qualify for financial support, including the 16-19 Bursary Fund.
Hairdressing & Beauty Traineeship:
Traineeship position to learn all aspects of Hairdressing and Beauty Salons working alongside a team of staff.
The role will include greeting customers both by phone and in person, gaining the necessary knowledge of products and pricing, scheduling appointments, housekeeping of the salon and products, shampooing and various hair and Beauty techniques.