What Qualifications Do I Need to Be a Hairdresser?

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Some of the qualifications required for a hairdresser are GCSEs and A levels; Degree in Fine Arts; Apprenticeship in hair salon; NVQ Levels 2 to 4 in Hairdressing; NVQ Assessors and Training Awards.
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To become a hairdresser you need to have a foundation degree in hairdressing, National Vocational Qualification which are work-based qualifications that are achieved effectively by learning on the job and being an apprentice in a salon.
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To teach hairdressing you will need NVQ level 1,2 and 3 also a PGCE and an A1 Assessors award! Experience is not always necessary but is useful if you have at least 5years experience
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Depends on where you are from. US, UK, or somewhere else? In the US, You to have your GED or HSD. Some states require you to just take a test(Can't remember the name) and if you pass
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I was a hairdresser for over 20 years when I decided I wanted to teach cosmetology. I had to take a course for a few months in a nearby college and then go and take the state boards
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It depends on the shop but you may need a valid cosmetology license./
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