Complete School of Hairdressing will provide the learner with comprehensive intense training in all aspects of hairdressing to qualify on a National and an International level. Practical and theoretical training is done on the premises by the facilitators.
• Exclusive fully equipped premises as required by the regulating authorities
• Fees are inclusive of the training kit required
• Affordable payment plan ( terms and conditions apply)
Who can apply?
• Students who at least completed Grade 10 as a minimum requirement.
Policies and Procedures
We manage an open door policy where all our operational and educational policies and procedures are open for viewing by all our learners at any time. Our language policy states that all training and assessments are conducted in English. All staff is fully bilingual and able to assist learners in both English and Afrikaans.
• Placements are limited to 30 students per class
• Please contact the principal for an interview
Learners are required to progress through all three levels of the qualification. They have to be found competent in each level before moving on to the next level. Learners need a level 2, 3 and 4 completion in order to apply for taking the Trade test subject to the stipulated exam requirement as set out by the regulator at that time. All outcomes in Level 2, 3 and 4 is compulsory for both full time and part time learners.
WORKPLACE EXPERIENCE HOURS ARE EXTREMELY IMPORTANT AND NO CERTIFICATION WHATSOEVER WILL BE ISSUED WITHOUT COMPLETED LOG BOOKS HANDED IN TO COLLEGE.
All the facilitators are EDTP SETA & Services SETA accredited and registered assessors and moderators.
It is of the utmost importance that the learner completes a LEGAL course at an ACCREDITED COLLEGE.
By LAW each site of delivery has to be accredited by the National Authority: SERVICE SETA. Please ensure that the college where you plan on studying can supply you with a Services Seta Accreditation Certificate clearly stipulating the ADDRESS OF THE COLLEGE WERE THE TRAINING WILL TAKE PLACE.
The qualification rules clearly stipulate the amount of hours to be completed either at the college
(Full time) or in the salons (Part time) There is a difference in SHOWING someone how to do something (e.g. in one year or less) and TEACHING them how to do something.
If a learner completes the course at a non-accredited Site of Delivery they will not be able to do the Trade Test. To legally work in SA and belong to all the Mandatory bodies (bargaining counsel, union etc) you need a TRADE TEST.
SERVICES SETA (ALL SITES)
QCTO TRADE TEST CENTERS (ROODEPOORT; SPRINGS; POLOKWANE)