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1 of 6 © Boardworks Ltd 2011 The World of Hair and Beauty Career Opportunities
2 of 6 Icons key: © Boardworks Ltd 2011 This icon indicates that there are teachers notes in the Notes Page. This icon indicates that the slide contains an activity created in Flash. These slides are not editable. This icon indicates an extension activity in the Notes Page. This icon indicates a useful web address. Contents The range of job roles, training routes, qualifications and career pathways relevant to those wishing to enter the hair and beauty industry Career Opportunities
© Boardworks Ltd 2011 3 of 6 Training routes
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© Boardworks Ltd 2011 5 of 6 Apprenticeships Another training route available to those wishing to work in the hair and beauty industry is an apprenticeship. As well as a standard apprenticeship there are two other kinds: advanced and young apprenticeships. Do you know how these three kinds of apprenticeship differ? This is a means of gaining an NVQ or another work-based qualification and a way to develop other vocational skills. Apprentices are employed by a hair and beauty business, but will often go to college to receive further training.
© Boardworks Ltd 2011 6 of 6 College-based qualification Colleges and schools offer a wide range of hair and beauty courses, ranging from introductory ones to VRQs and NVQs. Longer courses such as foundation degrees are also offered by some universities and colleges of higher education. After this, opportunities to study hair and beauty to a higher level include: honours degree masters degree doctorate. Why might some people prefer a college-based rather than a work-based training route?
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