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Hairdressing Programmes


Full & Part-time
    Your
    Career Pathway




       Certificate in                                               National Certificate in
       Introductory Hairdressing                                    Beauty Services (Cosmetology)
                                                                    Level 3
       Level 2
                                                                    Refer to the Beauty Therapy
                                                                    Programmes brochure


       Certificate in Hair Design
       Level 3 (pending approval)
                                                                    Further Training




       Employment




       National Certificate in
       Hairdressing (Professional
       Stylist) Level 4
       for hairdressing apprentices




       Further Training




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Career Opportunities                 Further Training
•   Hairdresser
                                     National Certificate in Hairdressing
•   Salon owner or manager           (Professional Stylist) Level 4
•   Technical consultant             Advance your qualification with the National
•   Company representative           Certificate in Hairdressing (Management) Level 5.
•   Salon receptionist
•   Retailing                        National Certificate in Beauty Services
•   Platform artist                  (Cosmetology) Level 3
•   Hair for movies, TV or theatre   With this qualification you may wish to broaden
•   Cruise ship stylist              your skill base and enhance your employability.
•   Tutor                            Complimentary programmes to study include:
                                     • Beautician Level 4
                                     • Beauty Therapy Level 5
                                     • Hairdressing Level 4
                                     • Retail Pharmacy Assistant Level 3
                                     • Relaxation Massage Level 4




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    overview

    Do you see yourself working in a fun    Certificate in Introductory
    and creative environment?               Hairdressing Level 2
                                            This is the qualification you need to kick-start
    Do you enjoy making people feel         your career in Hairdressing. The programme
    good about themselves?                  focuses on developing introductory skills and
                                            knowledge in hair styling and colour services and
    If so, then Hairdressing could be the   to provide care and service to clients. It’s a great
    career you are looking for!             start to the industry and is the perfect way to
                                            help you decide if hairdressing is definitely the
    We offer two full-time hairdressing     career for you.
    programmes. The second                  On completion of the programme you may choose
    programme builds on the                 to continue on to the Certificate in Hair Design
    knowledge and skills gained in          Level 3 or gain employment as a hairdressing
                                            apprentice. Refer to page 5 for more information.
    the previous programme. Both
    programmes credit towards your
                                            Certificate in Hair Design Level 3
    National Certificate in Hairdressing    Building on your skills and knowledge gained
    (Professional Stylist) Level 4, which   in the Introductory Hairdressing programme,
    is the qualification that is required   you’ll be able to carry out basic long and short
                                            hair styling techniques, learn basic cutting skills
    to be recognised as a qualified
                                            and apply colour using a variety of techniques to
    hairdresser.                            industry requirements.
    We also offer a part-time               On successful completion of this programme,
                                            you will also be awarded the National Certificate
    programme for those currently           in Hairdressing (Salon Support) Level 3 as well
    employed in the hairdressing            as gain credits towards the National Certificate in
    industry as apprentices.                Hairdressing (Professional Stylist) Level 4.
                                            At the completion of the programme, gain an
                                            apprenticeship in the industry while continuing
                                            study towards becoming a qualified hairdresser.
                                            Refer to page 7 for more information.




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National Certificate in Hairdressing                   National Certificate in Beauty
(Professional Stylist) Level 4                         Services (Cosmetology) Level 3
We have been selected by the Hairdressing              This 14 week programme will give you a taste of
Industry Training Organisation (HITO) as the           skills for the hairdressing industry and a National
sole, and preferred, provider of off-job training of   qualification for the beauty industry.
hairdressing apprentices throughout the wider          While you may gain employment on completion
Tauranga region.                                       of this programme we hope you will be inspired
If you are employed in a salon for at least 20 hours   to continue your study in the hairdressing,
per week and have a training agreement with the        pharmacy or beauty related industries. Refer to
HITO, then this programme is for you.                  the Beauty Therapy Programmes brochure for more
As an apprentice you’ll come to us for training        information.
on the day release programme and complete
credits towards your National Certificate in           Information for All Programmes
Hairdressing (Professional Stylist) Level 4. Once      Fees and generic information for all the
all off-job units are complete, a further two units    programmes can be found on pages 11 and 12.
are required to finish this qualification. These two
units are assessed by industry. Refer to page 9 for
more information.




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    Certificate in
    introductorY
    Hairdressing LeveL 2
    This 17 week programme will develop introductory skills and knowledge in hair
    styling and colour services, and provide care and service to clients. It’s a great
    start to the industry and is the perfect way to help you decide if hairdressing is
    the career for you.
    You will gain credits towards the National Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon
    Support) Level 3, and the National Certificate in Hairdressing (Professional
    Stylist) Level 4 which is the qualification that recognises you as a qualified
    hairdresser.
    On completion of this programme you can continue your studies in hairdressing,
    gain an apprenticeship in the hairdressing industry, or you may decide to change
    direction and study towards another qualification.



    Content                                              Hairdressing Science
    You will begin your learning working on              • Trichology – the study of the hair and scalp
    mannequins and peers before being introduced         • Shampooing
    to real clients in our Atrium Hair Design training   • Application of treatments
    salon.                                               • Selection and recommendation of
    The programme introduces a variety of                  hair products
    knowledge and skills including:
                                                         Introduction to Colour Services
    Client Communication and Reception Services          • Colour selection
    • Communication and client service and care          • Colour application and removal
    • Merchandising and displays
                                                         Introductory Styling Skills
    Health and Safety and Salon Procedures               • Blow drying and setting
    • Selling goods and services                         • Long hair styling
    • Health and safety                                  • History of hair design
    • Basic first aid
    • Salon procedures and equipment maintenance         Qualifications Gained
    • Personal presentation                              Upon successful completion of the programme
                                                         you will receive:
                                                         • Certificate in Introductory Hairdressing Level 2
                                                         • NZQA credits towards the National Certificate
                                                            in Hairdressing (Salon Support) Level 3
                                                         • NZQA credits towards the National Certificate
                                                            in Hairdressing (Professional Stylist) Level 4

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Dates/Times/Duration                                Occasionally you may be required to attend
                                                    Polytechnic outside the above hours for field trips
The programme commences 14 February and
                                                    and competitions. You will also be required to
ends 24 June.
                                                    undertake self-directed study beyond scheduled
It is 17 weeks with classes scheduled for           class time.
approximately 24 hours per week from Monday to
                                                    In addition to the 17 weeks tuition there will be a
Friday, usually between the hours of 8.00am and
                                                    two week holiday/study break to coincide with the
4.00pm.
                                                    school holidays:
You are strongly advised to gain work experience    • 18 to 29 April
on late nights or weekends and are expected to be
rostered on regularly in our Atrium Hair Design
training salon.

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    Certificate in
    Hair design LeveL 3

    Designed to follow on from                            Cutting and Blow Drying
    the Certificate in Introductory                       • Cutting
                                                          • Blow drying
    Hairdressing Level 2, this programme
    will continue to further develop your                 Competition Styling
    skills and knowledge in short and                     • Styling for competition work
    long hair styling, cutting and colour
                                                          Colour Services
    services.                                             • Colouring techniques
    On successful completion you’ll                       • Applying and removing colour
    gain the National Certificate in                      Qualifications Gained
    Hairdressing (Salon Support)
                                                          Upon successful completion of the programme
    Level 2, and further credits                          you will receive:
    towards the National Certificate in                   • Certificate in Hair Design Level 3
    Hairdressing (Professional Stylist)                   • National Certificate in Hairdressing
    Level 4 - the qualification that                         (Salon Support) Level 3
    recognises you as                                     • NZQA credits towards the National Certificate
                                                             in Hairdressing (Professional Stylist) Level 4
    a qualified hairdresser.
    On completion of the programme you                    Dates/Times/Duration
    may seek an apprenticeship in the                     The programme commences 11 July and
                                                          ends 18 November.
    industry and slot into Year 2 of the
                                                          It is 17 weeks with classes scheduled for
    Level 4 apprenticeship programme.
                                                          approximately 24 hours per week from Monday to
                                                          Friday. Classes are usually scheduled between
                                                          the hours of 8.00am and 4.00pm.
    Content
                                                          You are strongly advised to gain work experience
    During the programme you will spend regular
                                                          on late nights or weekends and are expected to
    time in our Atrium Hair Design training salon.
                                                          be rostered on regular Fridays in the Atrium Hair
    You’ll work on real clients and put your skills and
                                                          Design training salon.
    knowledge gained in the classroom into practice.
                                                          Occasionally you may be required to attend
    Salon Skills                                          outside the above hours for field trips and
                                                          competitions. You will also be required to
    • Money handling
                                                          undertake self-directed study beyond scheduled
    • Stock maintenance
                                                          class time.
    • Client service and care
                                                          In addition to the 17 weeks tuition there will be a
    • Salon safety and professional practice
                                                          two week holiday/study break to coincide with the
    Hair Design and Finishing                             school holidays:
    • Setting                                             • 10 to 21 October
    • Styling and finishing skills
    • Styling with thermal equipment
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    National Certificate in
    Hairdressing LeveL 4

    This part-time programme is                         Dates/Times/Duration
    designed for apprentices contracted                 Classes are scheduled between the hours of
    to the Hairdressing Industry Training               8.00am and 4.30pm on:
    Organisation (HITO) and employed in                 • Year One - Wednesdays commencing 8 June
                                                           (for approximately 22 weeks)
    the hairdressing industry.
                                                        • Year Two - Tuesdays commencing 10 May
    As an apprentice you’ll come to                        (for approximately 22 weeks)
    us for training on the day release                  • Year Three - Mondays commencing 18 April
                                                           (for approximately 11 weeks)
    programme and complete all but
    two units towards your National                     Note: Apprentices will be advised of any variance
    Certificate in Hairdressing                         to these dates.
    (Professional Stylist) Level 4.
    The two remaining units will be
    assessed by industry assessors,
    and on completion of these you will
    be awarded the National Certificate
    in Hairdressing (Professional
    Stylist) Level 4 – the qualification
    that certifies you as a qualified
    hairdresser.


    Content
    The programme is split into three years of part-
    time study. The HITO, in consultation with Bay of
    Plenty Polytechnic, will assess any credits you
    have gained towards the Level 4 qualification and
    advise you the level of study you are required to
    attend.
    Each year of study progresses from basic
    introductory skills and knowledge through to
    more complex unit standards.

    Qualifications Gained
    Upon successful completion of this programme
    you will receive:
    • NZQA credits towards the National Certificate
       in Hairdressing (Professional Stylist) Level 4
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inFormation
for All Programmes


Assessment                                          English Language Requirements
                                                    If you are an overseas student or a new resident
There will be a range of assessments including a
                                                    and English is not your first language, please note
demonstration of competency of practical skills,
                                                    that study at tertiary level requires both written
written assessment, projects and assignments.
                                                    and oral participation. You may be required to
                                                    have an IELTS score of 5.5 or a TOEFL score
Entry Criteria                                      of 500.
Certificate in Introductory Hairdressing
Level 2                                             Application/Enrolment Procedure
School leavers must have:
                                                    Level 2 & 3 Programmes
• At least 12 NCEA/unit standard Level 1
                                                    We are taking applications now and will continue
   credits in literacy (English) and 8 NCEA/unit    to hold information meetings and offer places if
   standard Level 1 credits in numeracy (maths).    they are available, however we will give priority to
   Completion of general sciences or chemistry      applications received by:
   subjects is recommended.                         • February programme - 30 October 2010
or                                                  • July programme - 4 June 2011
• The National Certificate in Beauty Services
                                                    We welcome applications from all interested
   (Cosmetology) Level 3, or Bay of Plenty
                                                    parties.
   Polytechnic Certificate in Tertiary Studies
   Level 3.                                         Applications are available from the Information
                                                    Centre or on our website www.boppoly.ac.nz
Mature students with life skills and/or work
experience who do not meet these requirements       National Certificate in Hairdressing
but have equivalent ability and experience are      (Professional Stylist) Level 4
encouraged to apply.                                HITO directed students complete a Student Detail
                                                    and Enrolment Form.
Certificate in Hair Design Level 3
You need to have successfully completed             Venue
Certificate in Introductory Hairdressing Level 2
                                                    Windermere Campus, Windermere Drive,
or have an equivalent qualification from another
                                                    Tauranga.
provider.

National Certificate in Hairdressing                Class Sizes
(Professional Stylist) Level 4                      With our small classes and personalised tuition,
You must be directed by the Hairdressing Industry   you will get more time with friendly tutors who
Training Organisation and employed in industry.     work to attend to your individual needs.
Students with the Certificate in Hair Design
Level 3 will enter Year Two of the programme.       BayLearn
                                                    BayLearn is the Polytechnic’s online learning
                                                    management tool. Depending on your
                                                    programme, your tutor may provide course
                                                    handouts and resources on BayLearn giving you
                                                    flexible access either from campus or at home.
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     for All Programmes cont.


     Fees                                                  All Programmes
                                                           The full fee is to be paid at least seven days prior
     Certificate in Introductory Hairdressing
                                                           to programme commencement.
     Level 2
     $2,617.00                                             The standard published fee is applicable for
                                                           New Zealand citizens and permanent residents
     The fee includes $394.00 of compulsory course
                                                           only. An international fee is payable for non New
     related costs for a superb kit of professional
                                                           Zealand citizens/permanent residents.
     hairdressing tools, a Long Hair text book and
     a David Bendall text book. You may choose to
     purchase your own equipment, however we
     have selected quality industry specific products
     purchased at industry rates.
     In addition to the fee you should budget
     approximately $50.00 for stationery supplies, as
     well as for black and/or white clothes that project
     a professional standard and comfortable shoes
     with a low heel.

     Certificate in Hair Design Level 3
     $3,015.00
     The fee includes $335.00 of compulsory course
     related costs for professional hairdressing tools
     and bag, and a Hair Design and Colour Design
     text book. You may choose to purchase your own
     equipment, however we have selected quality
     industry specific products purchased at
     industry rates.
     In addition to the fee you should budget
     approximately $50.00 for stationery supplies, as
     well as for black and/or white clothes that project
     a professional standard and comfortable shoes
     with a low heel.

     National Certificate in Hairdressing
     (Professional Stylist) Level 4
     Fees are set for each year of study.
     For 2011 the fees are:
     Year One - $698.00 (indicative fee)
     Year Two - $662.00 (indicative fee)
     Year Three - $556.00 (indicative fee)




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Financial Assistance                                  Team BoP Polytechnic High Performance
                                                      Academy Sports Scholarships
Student Loans and Allowances
                                                      (10 programme fees for two years plus other
The full-time Level 2 programmes are approved
                                                      benefits)
for the payment of Student Allowances and
Student Loans (including the living costs portion).   Available to those enrolled in any programme and
                                                      who are excelling in sport at a regional or national
Students enrolled in the part-time National
                                                      level.
Certificate in Hairdressing (Professional Stylist)
Level 4 programme will be eligible to borrow fees     Applications close in October of the year prior
and course related costs through the Student          to study.
Loans Scheme.
Apply for your loan and/or allowance online at        Community Organisation Study Award
www.studylink.govt.nz or phone StudyLink on           (four of $500 towards programme fees)
0800 88 99 00. Apply early to help avoid              Available to students aged 18 years or older who
payment delays!                                       are working full or part-time in a not-for-profit
                                                      organisation.
Scholarships & Awards                                 Applications close in January prior to programme
A listing of Bay of Plenty Polytechnic specific       commencement.
scholarships and awards, and application forms,
are available on our website www.boppoly.ac.nz        Jasmine McBeth Memorial Scholarship
(under Scholarships) and from the Information         ($3,000)
Centre. Information about nationally available
scholarships can be found on www.careers.govt.        You must be undertaking an approved
nz/scholarships or www.fis.org.nz                     hairdressing apprenticeship through HITO.
                                                      Our National Certificate in Hairdressing
The following scholarships are available to           (Professional Stylist) Level 4 students may apply.
New Zealand citizens and permanent residents          Further details are available online at www.hito.
studying with Bay of Plenty Polytechnic.              org.nz/awards.aspx

Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Study Award
(50 of $500 for part-time study; 25 of $1,000 for
                                                      Auahi Kore – Smokefree
full-time study)                                      We are proud to show leadership and
                                                      commitment to a Smokefree New Zealand.
Available to those who are resident within the
                                                      As a result, smoking is not permitted on campus.
Bay of Plenty district coastal strip from Waihi to
Te Kaha. You must be 18 years of age or older,
however, priority will be given to the 18-24 age
group.
Applications close January and July of the year
of study.




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     GRADuATE
     ProFiLes

                                                            Leon Gregory
                                                            Graduate – 2008 Level 2, & 2009 Level 3
                                                            Employed - Salon One, Fraser Cove, Tauranga




                                                            “Ange, the owner of Salon One, is a great boss to
                                                             work for. She doesn’t like to hold any of us back.
                                                             She encourages us to reach our full potential.
                                                             From day one I was colouring and cutting and
                                                             developing a client base. I already have my
                                                             regulars who ask for me personally. I love my job!”
                                                             Leon not only attributes her success to her
                                                             own motivation, but the experience and skills
                                                             she gained at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic. Whilst
                                                             studying she won the esteemed Photographic
                                                             Competition and has since developed a thirst
                                                             to enter more competitions. She believes her
                                                             training was second to none and the tutors highly
                                                             knowledgeable.
                                                            “I felt really well prepared when I entered the
                                                             industry. Working in the Poly’s real-life salon,
                                                             firstly doing all the basics in year one and then
                                                             getting in depth cutting experience in year two,
                                                             gave me so much confidence when I started this
                                                             job. I didn’t feel nervous at all to work with our
     If Leon could give prospective hairdressing             clients. The programme is definitely reflective of
     students some advice it would be to, ”love              the real industry.”
     hairdressing and be proactive. Show employers          Born in the UK and holder of a British passport,
     how much you want to work for them. You have           this high achiever aims to travel overseas with
     to act mature and show them how enthusiastic           her partner Zane in a few years to gain some
     you are.”                                              international hairdressing experience. In the
     This confident and energetic young woman has           meantime she is goal driven to build up her
     obviously taken her own advice. After graduating       clientele and experience in a thriving business.
     with her Level 2 and 3 qualifications, she promptly
     got her CV out to local salons and was soon
     offered a trial at the reputable company Salon
     One. Competing against forty other applicants,
     Leon was thrilled to be offered a full-time position
     and hasn’t looked back.



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          chelsea Benton
          Former Mount Maunganui College student
          Graduate - 2005 Level 2, 2006 Level 3, 2008 National Certificate in Hairdressing Level 4
          Employed - Rodney Wayne, Bayfair (senior colour technician)



                                                          Chelsea enrolled in the programme and loved
                                                          it. However, it wasn’t all plain sailing when quite
                                                          early on in her first year of study she discovered
                                                          she was pregnant.
                                                         “A lot of people saw that as a negative – but I knew
                                                          I didn’t want to end up on the DPB like a lot of
                                                          others; it wasn’t the life I wanted for me or my
                                                          daughter. The Polytech tutors were awesome and
                                                          they helped me enormously with juggling work
                                                          experience and course work to work in with the
                                                          birth of my daughter.”
                                                          Five weeks after the birth of her beautiful baby
                                                          girl, Wairua Ö RangiMarie, proud mum Chelsea
                                                          was back on the course full-time and determined
                                                          to succeed.
                                                         “There is so much more to hairdressing than
                                                          people realise. One of the most valuable skills I’ve
                                                          learned is social skills. I can talk to anybody now;
                                                          that’s what was so great about the programme –
                                                          practical, hands-on advice in a fun environment.”
 Chelsea Benton is one extremely switched on and
 focused young lady. Knowing from a very early            Chelsea found her new heightened social
 age that she wanted to be a hairdresser, Chelsea         skills have helped her in a number of different
 loves her job at Rodney Wayne.                           environments, especially dealing with language
                                                          barriers amongst her own customers.
“Right from a very small child I remember being
 fascinated by hairdressers. My Aunty used to            “We have one client who is profoundly deaf. The
 come and cut our hair and had all this totally cool      skills I learnt helped me to put a plan in place so
 stuff – I was hooked!”                                   I could effectively communicate with the client.
                                                          It’s also been useful for the number of immigrant
 Wanting to train in Tauranga, Bay of Plenty              clients we have where English is a second
 Polytechnic was the logical choice for Chelsea.          language.”
 Attending an information meeting before starting
 the programmed cinched the deal.                         Chelsea was fortunate in that a friend
                                                          recommended her to the Rodney Wayne team
“I came in and met all the tutors. They were really       and she is now working full-time across both the
 inspiring, giving me ideas about where I could           Bayfair and Bethlehem stores.
 take my career, and were incredibly encouraging.”


                                                                                          Profile written 2009   14
Bay of Plenty Polytechnic
Private Bag 12001 Tauranga 3143 New Zealand
Phone 07 544 0920 ext. 6891 Fax 07 544 2386
Freephone 0800 267 7659
website www.boppoly.ac.nz
email info@boppoly.ac.nz




Every effort was made to ensure the information contained in this brochure was correct at the time of printing. However development of our programmes is
ongoing and changes may occur subject to Academic Board approval. Published days and times are indicative only and may be changed due to timetabling
requirements. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic reserves the right to cancel or postpone any course due to insufficient numbers or circumstances beyond its control.
In this instance fees will be refunded in full. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic agrees to observe and is bound by the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of
International Students published by the Minister of Education. Copies of the Code are available on request from us or from the New Zealand Ministry of
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