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Hairstyling (1058)

3 semesters, 48 weeks      Ontario College Diploma

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The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to:

  1. complete all work in adherence to professional ethics, government regulations, workplace standards and policies and according to manufacturers specifications as applicable.
  2. facilitate the provisions of a healthy and safe working environment and perform sanitation procedures in accordance with related health regulations and legislation.
  3. apply entrepreneurial skills to the operation and administration of a hair stylist business.
  4. adapt to various and changing technologies, applications and procedures in the hair styling industry and develops a plan outlining future professional development.
  5. develop and use client service strategies that meet and adapt to individual client needs and expectations.
  6. select and administer preparatory procedures and or treatments to the hair and scalp using individually selected products to meet the expectations of the client.
  7. identify, select and use a variety of tools to cut hair according to the needs and expectations of the client.
  8. select and use standard and specialized techniques to effectively style wet and dry hair.
  9. perform a permanent wave using current and relevant methods according to hair type and style.
  10. chemically relax hair by selecting and applying relevant knowledge of, and skills with, chemical products and techniques in order to meet the needs and expectations of the client.
  11. colour, lighten, tone, highlight and lowlight hair, and/or remove pigment to the level of colour desired.
  12. compare and contrast fibre types, perform application and removal procedures, use specialized tools and procedures to maintain hair addition.

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