What Do Level 3 Hairdressers Learn?

If you’re wondering what a Level 3 hairdressing course teaches, you’re probably close to finishing a Level 2 in hairdressing or maybe you have been working in a hair salon as a junior stylist for a while and want to develop your skills. A Level 3 in Women’s Hairdressing takes your foundations of hairdressing and builds on these skills.

To study at this level, you will be excited about the future of your hairdressing career and where it will lead you.

So, what’s the difference?

What do Level 3 Hairdressers learn?

Level 3 is further development. When you are confident in your hairdressing practise, you will start to enjoy some areas more than others, or you may develop an interest in a specific technique. 

A Level 3 in Women’s Hairdressing provides the opportunities to focus on areas such as; salon management, hair colour correction, advanced hair styling. A Level 3 qualification also opens up new hairdressing environments to you, maybe you’d like to travel and work on a cruise ship, or work for the armed forces, or maybe you’d like to start your own mobile hairdressing company. If you love your hairdressing job so much that you’re happy going to work in the mornings, you need to qualify at Level 3. 

This qualification brings creative freedom and a respectable level of expertise.

CPBA offers free employment advice and guidance to their women’s hairdressing learners. We also offer free women’s hairdressing courses and work placements.

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