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When? - Thursday the 27th from 18:30 to 19:30



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QQI Level 5 in Hairdressing 5M3351



Graduates who qualify in this area can

pursue a career in styling, theatrical

film work, general hairdressing work,

hairdressing retail outlets or it can

lead to placement as a senior 1st year

apprentice in a hairdressing salon. Further study for junior/senior trade certificates beauty salons, make-up and skin care consultancies, or work in leisure centres, cruise liners or in health farms. Graduates may further their study at level 6 in the hair/beauty industry or any level 7 or level courses at Blanchardstown IT, Dun Laoghaire, IADT, etc




Dunboyne: Hairdressing Senior Trade

(Level 6, 1 Year)





This one-year course would prepare students for the ever-expanding world of hairdressing and haircare. This is the ideal starting point for a successful and fulfilling career in the hairdressing industry. Students develop the required skills to work in a professional salon and also perfect the customer communication essential to its success. The course will cover all key areas of hairdressing which will enhance students’ techniques, and their creative and inter-personal skills. This course caters for school leavers and mature learners. It is an intense one-year programme which requires a high level of commitment and enthusiasm.



The following modules will be offered in 2020, subject to availability and demand:

• Hairdressing Theory & Practice

• Communications

• Hairdressing Science

• Customer Service

• Safety and Health at Work

• Work Experience

• Word Processing

• Creative Styling



Leaving Cert or LCA

Mature Students of all backgrounds

Other equivalent qualification

All applicants will be interviewed regardless of previous qualifications

Apply directly at www.dunboynecollege.ie

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