Notional Hours Matrix
The roll-out strategy below indicates the relationship between theory, practical, and the workplace component:
1. Knowledge Modules
Introductory studies for Hairdressers
Hair & skin
Shampooing, conditioners & treatment
Communication & sales
Chemical hair services
2. Practical Skill Modules Exit Level Outcomes
1. Demonstrate the use of shampoo, condition & treat hair & scalp 514101000-PM-01 Shampoo, condition & treat scalp & hair 2 8 80 10 2. Demonstrate the ability to do different hairstyles 514101000-PM-02 Style hair 3 30 300 38 3. Demonstrate the ability to cut hair 514101000-PM-03 Cut hair 4 36 360 45 4. Provide chemical colouring hair services 514101000-PM-04 Colour hair 4 36 360 45 5. Provide chemical reformation hair services 514101000-PM-05 Provide chemical hair treatments 4 36 360 45 6. Provide professional client services 514101000-PM-06 Maintain professional customer services 3 4 40 5 TOTAL 150 1500 188 3. Work Experience Modules Exit Level Outcomes
1. Demonstrate the use of shampoo, condition & treat hair & scalp 514101000-WM-01 Provide shampooing, conditioning & treatment of hair & scalp services in a hair salon 2 10 100 13 2. Demonstrate the ability to do different hairstyles 514101000-WM-02 Provide hairstyling services in a hair salon 4 55 550 69 3. Demonstrate the ability to cut hair 514101000-WM-03 Provide hair cutting services in a hair salon 4 55 550 69 4. Provide chemical colouring hair services 514101000-WM-04 Provide chemical hair treatment services in a hair salon 4 55 550 69 5. Provide chemical reformation hair services 514101000-WM-05 Maintain professional standards when interacting with clients 3 10 100 13 6. Provide professional client services TOTAL 185 1850 233
- Workplace requirements:
- The student must complete their workplace experience hours in a SARS registered hairdressing salon.
- The salon should be in procession of a valid tax clearance certificate.
- There must be a qualified trade tested hairdresser available for the student at all times to mentor, monitor and daily signing off the learner’s logbook.
After your three-year Apprenticeship – 5400 Hours, you apply for the trade test, both Knowledge and Practical Skills Modules. The practical assessment is a sampling assessment. You will be notified as to which Practical Module components you will be expected to do, 48 hours prior to your Trade Test date. The Trade Test Centre is accredited through the Department of Education. Upon successful completion of both assessments, you will be a qualified Hairdresser.
- The Notional Hours are completed.
- The Portfolio is completed and submitted on the prescribed date.
Upon successful completion, assessment and verification via a qualified Constituent Service Seta Assessor the Student will receive a Sillage Certificate as well as a National Certificate from NAMB which enables the learner to apply for the National Trade Test in Hairdressing. The qualification requires that upon completion of the 5 400 Notional Hours the Student must do a Trade Test with a Registered NAMB Trade Test Centre. The application for admission to Trade Test Service Seta rests with the learner.
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