SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing

SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing

Next Intake:
– TBA (Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays – 9.30am-4.30pm)
RT0 number: 90910 | CRICOS Provider Number:  02522B | CRICOS Course Code: 093246G

Course Details:

Course:Certificate III in HairdressingDuration:
(full time)
44 Weeks duration (breakdown: 38 weeks face-to-face study; 6 weeks term breaks) (798 supervised hours)
Code:SHB30416Days/week:3 days per week at College

Entrance Requirements:

There are no formal educational requirements for the course.

Course Aims:

This course provides a pathway to work as a hairdresser in any industry environment, such as a salon or within screen and media. It is for people interested in gaining a broad range of specialist hairdressing skills to apply for film, television, theatre, fashion, photography and weddings and for current make-up artists who want to gain a formal hair qualification, and those undertaking professional development. Attaining this qualification is for individuals who want to provide hair services for the screen, media and entertainment industries.

Career Prospects:

This qualification is for individuals who want to provide make-up and special effects and hair services for the screen, media and entertainment industries. It is likely that target group wishing to achieve this qualification will have already achieved make-up and/or hairdressing skills. Alternatively using this course as a pathway into the Cert IV in Screen and Media or Diploma of Screen and Media creates career prospects to work as a make-up and hair artist in film, television, fashion / catwalk, bridal, glamour, theatre and photographic fields.

Course Delivery:

The course is presented via face to face teaching, demonstration and practical exercises. Learners experience a simulated work place (salon) environment, with access to equipment, products and facilities reflecting best industry practice. Out of College work experience may be available, but is not assessed as part of the course.

Assessment Methods:

Ongoing assessment based on training package assessment criteria. There are nine clustered assessments completed online. Assessment for practicals are conducted at mid year assessment in week 20 and a final assessment at the end of the year – practical and theoretical examination.

Course content and skills acquired:
  • Health and Hygiene
  • Shampooing, highlighting and colouring
  • Designing haircut structures
  • Creating finished hair designs
  • Business basics
  • Planning hair services for special events
  • Products and retails services
  • Providing salon services to clients
  • Hair extensions

Course Fee Structure:

Course fee is inclusive of incidental kit and photoshoot costs.

Learners Admin FeeCourse FeeDeposit Total
Domestic Nil$11,500**$1,500*$13,000

NSW Smart & Skilled Subsidy Domestic

LearnersAdmin FeeCourse FeeDepositTotal
NO Prior QualificationsNil$1,280$1,500$2,780
Prior QualificationsNil$1,610$1,500$3,110

Fee Assistance

Limited places may be available for Smart and Skilled subsidised training. Eligibility criteria apply.

Fee Payment

Fees can be paid by credit card (Mastercard and Visa), cash or direct bank deposit. Payments must be calculated in Australian Dollars (AUD). Please contact the college for direct bank deposit details.

Advance Payment

Full fee payment in advance attracts a discount of $250.00 (Only applicable to students not receiving government assistance).

*Please note – Deposits are non-refundable.

Administration Fee (International)

International students are required to pay a $3000.00 non-refundable fee to cover the costs associated with international student administration.

Fee Payment Before Enrolment

The College requires a deposit to be paid before enrolment into a course. Australian Government regulations require that overseas learners pay the fees for the first semester of a course before a Confirmation of Enrolment Certificate (CoE) can be issued. Learners will require these details before they are able to finalise their student visa.