Hairdressing

Hairdressing Level 5

Crumlin College is a major provider of courses for the Hairdressing Industry including training for apprentices for Junior Trade and Senior Trade; short courses for updating Hairdressing Skills and the Masters Diploma Course for qualified hairdressers. These part-time courses can be combined with a salon apprenticeship. Upon successful completion of this course, students may gain placement as an apprentice in a hairdressing salon.

Award

QQI - Hairdressing Award, Level 5 5M3351

Department of Education & Skills - Junior Trade Hairdressing Certificate

Career Opportunities

Upon successful completion of this course, students may gain placement as a Senior First Year Apprentice in a high-profile hairdressing salon.

Minimum Entry Requirements

Leaving Certificate/Leaving Certificate Applied or equivalent - exemptions may be granted to mature students. All entry is subject to interview.

Subjects

5N3345 Hairdressing Theory and Practice 

5N3346 Hairdressing Science 

5N3349 Creative Styling 

5N3348 Barbering Techniques 

5N1794 Safety and Health at Work 

5N0972 Customer Service 

5N1356 Work Experience

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Courses starting September 2023:
Due to Covid19 restrictions some elements of courses may be delivered remotely. 
Access to a PC/ lap-top/tablet would assist you and is advised. Modules may be subject to change.

Pre-Apprenticeship Hairdressing

As a key provider of courses for the hairdressing industry Crumlin College offers training for Junior Trade Department of Education examinations. Upon successful completion of this course, students may gain placement as an apprentice in a 
hairdressing salon.

Award

  • QQI - Hairdressing Award, Level 5 5M3351
  • Department of Education & Skills - Junior Trade Hairdressing Certificate

Career Opportunities

Upon successful completion of this course, students may gain placement as a Senior First Year Apprentice in a high-profile hairdressing salon.

Minimum Entry Requirements

Leaving Certificate/Leaving Certificate Applied or equivalent - exemptions may be granted to mature students. All entry is subject to interview.

Subjects

  • 5N3345 Hairdressing Theory and Practice 
  • 5N3346 Hairdressing Science 
  • 5N3349 Creative Styling 
  • 5N3348 Barbering Techniques 
  • 5N1794 Safety and Health at Work 
  • 5N0972 Customer Service 
  • 5N1356 Work Experience 

Courses starting September 2023:
Due to Covid19 restrictions some elements of courses may be delivered remotely. 
Access to a PC/ lap-top/tablet would assist you and is advised.

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Hairdressing with Barbering

This course combines both ladies hairdressing and barbering skills providing the learner with an overview of the hairdressing industry. Upon successful completion of this course, students may gain placement as an apprentice in a hairdressing salon.

Award

  • QQI - Hairdressing Award, Level 5 5M3351
  • Department of Education & Skills - Junior Trade Hairdressing Certificate

Career Opportunities

Upon successful completion of this course, students may gain placement as a Senior First Year Apprentice in a high-profile hairdressing salon.

Minimum Entry Requirements

Leaving Certificate/Leaving Certificate Applied or equivalent - exemptions may be granted to mature students. All entry is subject to interview.

Subjects

  • 5N3345 Hairdressing Theory and Practice 
  • 5N3346 Hairdressing Science 
  • 5N3349 Creative Styling 
  • 5N3348 Barbering Techniques 
  • 5N1794 Safety and Health at Work 
  • 5N0972 Customer Service 
  • 5N1356 Work Experience

Courses starting September 2023:
Due to Covid19 restrictions some elements of courses may be delivered remotely. 
Access to a PC/ lap-top/tablet would assist you and is advised.

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National Hairdressing Apprenticeship

Developed by a consortium of industry and education providers the new National Hairdressing Apprenticeship will provide successful apprentices with a Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Hairdressing which will be the only recognised national qualification for fully qualified hairdressers in Ireland.

This apprenticeship programme is designed to ensure that the apprentice receives training, both on and off the job, which is formally regulated and of a consistent standard nationally.

The duration of the National Hairdressing Apprenticeship will be a minimum of three years with training consisting of 80% on-the-job education and training with the employer and 20% off-the-job training with Crumlin College on a day release basis.

To qualify for acceptance onto the National Hairdressing Apprenticeship program, candidates must firstly secure employment as an apprentice with an approved salon that will then start the registration process with SOLAS, the Further Education and Training Authority.

https://hairdressingapprenticeship.ie/.

How to find us

Crumlin College of Further Education, Crumlin Road, Dublin 12

+353 1 454 0662

info@ccfe.cdetb.ie