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Staff Competence Record

Training and Assessment Strategy

Training Package: SIH11 Hairdressing Training Package

Qualification: SIH20111 Certificate II in Hairdressing

Qualification Release/Revision Number: 2

Description:

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who work as salon assistants and are competent in communicating in the workplace, interacting with and providing service to clients and assistance to colleagues. They perform routine functions under direct supervision as part of a hairdressing team.

This qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship pathway and VET delivery

Entry Requirements:

There are no entry requirements to this qualification.

Packaging Rules:

13 units must be completed:

8 core units

5 elective units:

a minimum of 3 units must be selected from the general elective units listed below

a maximum of 2 elective units may be selected from another endorsed Training Package or accredited course. These must be units which are first packaged at AQF level 2 or 3.

In all cases selection of electives must be guided by the job outcome sought, local industry requirements and the characteristics of this qualification (as per the AQF descriptors).

Core units

BSBSUS201A

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

SIHHBAS201A

Perform shampoo and basin services

SIHHCCS201A

Greet and prepare clients for salon services

SIHHHDS201A

Dry hair to shape

SIHHIND201A

Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas

SIHHOHS201A

Apply salon safety procedures

SIRXCOM001A

Communicate in the workplace

SIRXIND001A

Work effectively in a retail environment

General elective units

SIBXCCS201A

Conduct financial transactions

SIHHBAS202A

Perform head, neck and shoulder massage

SIHHCLS201A

Apply hair colour products

SIHHHRS201A

Rinse and neutralise chemically restructured hair

SIHHHDS202A

Apply hair braiding techniques

SIHHIND202A

Develop hairdressing industry knowledge

SIRXMER001A

Merchandise products

SIRXRPK002A

Recommend hair, beauty and cosmetic products and services

SIRXSLS001A

Sell products and services

Co-requisites and Pre-requisites:

There are no pre or co requisite units for this qualification.

Required trainer and assessor competencies:

Standard 15 The NVR registered training organisation provides quality training and assessment across all of its operations, as follows

SNR 15.4 Training and assessment are delivered by trainers and assessors who:

a) have the necessary training and assessment competencies determined by the National Quality

Council or its successors; and

b) have the relevant vocational competencies at least to the level being delivered or assessed, and

c) can demonstrate current industry skills directly relevant to the training/assessment being

undertaken; and

d) continue to develop their Vocational Education and Training (VET) knowledge and skills as well as

their industry currency and trainer/assessor competence.

The National Skills Standards Council states to be a trainers and assessor you must:

I. hold the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from the TAE10 Training and Education Training Packageor

II. be able to demonstrate equivalent competencies to the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from the TAE10 Training and Education Training Packageor

III. work under the direct supervision of a person who has the competencies specified in (i) or (ii)

and

be able to demonstrate vocational competencies at least to the level of those being delivered.

(Vocational competence is defined as broad industry knowledge and experience, usually combined with a relevant industry qualification.)

Please refer to attached Staff Competence Record.

This qualification will be comprised from the following units of competence in accordance with the above:

Code

Unit Title

Core or Elective

BSBSUS201A

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

Core

SIHHBAS201A

Perform shampoo and basin services

Core

SIHHCCS201A

Greet and prepare clients for salon services

Core

SIHHHDS201A

Dry hair to shape

Core

SIHHIND201A

Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas

Core

SIHHOHS201A

Apply salon safety procedures

Core

SIRXCOM001A

Communicate in the workplace

Core

SIRXIND001A

Work effectively in a retail environment

Core

SIHHCLS201A

Apply hair colour products

Elective

SIHHBAS202A

Perform head, neck and shoulder massage

Elective

SIHHIND202A

Develop hairdressing industry knowledge

Elective

SIHHHDS202A

Apply hair braiding techniques

Elective

SIRXRPK002A

Recommend hair, beauty and cosmetic products and services

Elective

HLTAID003

Provide first aid

Elective (from SIS30313 Certificate III in Fitness)

Students have the opportunity to achieve SIH20111 Certificate II in Hairdressing (8 core and 5 electives) and a SoA from Certificate III in Fitness for the HLTAID003 unit if they are deemed competent in the required units as per the packaging rules. Whilst there are more than 5 electives from SIH20111 listed, trainees will only be given the opportunity to achieve 5 units.

This allows for flexibility for students who commence the course at Launceston College with a Statement of Attainment.

Training and Assessment Arrangements

The training is delivered over a period of one school calendar year. The key clients for this training are year 11/12 students enrolled at Launceston College who are seeking a career in the Hairdressing industry.

Students enrol in a 300 hour course, which includes a maximum of 200 hours in on the job training at a range of hair salons within the community.

Students will also train in Salon L.C. a simulated hairdressing salon located at Launceston College .

Students spend 2 blocks of 5 days (working industry shift requirements) in work placement in local establishments in May and again in September at various work places. In term 2 until the end of term 4 the students operate Salon L.C. on a weekly basis on a Thursday offering services to staff, friends and family of students. The VET Hairdressing coordinator is a qualified work place trainer and assessor.

The VET Hairdressing Coordinator visits each student and workplace supervisor at least twice during each work placement. If the establishment is outside the metropolitan area the coordinator will visit once and follow up with regular phone calls.

Work places may include Riverside Hair and Beauty, Sublime, Cheveux, Prospect Hair and Beauty, Chic Hair, Plumbes Hair Design, Dollhouse, Hair Studio, Studio Hair and Beauty, Kameleon, Hairdressing with Lorinda, Zarrs for Hair, Edge Hair Studio, Stephen Roney, Convict Cutters, All Seasons for Hair, Bliss Hair, Blade Runner, Talking Heads, The Terrace, and House of Hair.

Off the job training occurs over 9 contact hours per week. This training occurs in classrooms, computer labs and the industry standard training facility Salon LC

Launceston College staff have access to training and assessment resources to support students with special needs including:

Individual mentoring for students with literacy and numeracy needs

Student Advisor Program which includes support with attendance, referral and other pastoral care related matters

Counselling services provided by a Drug and Alcohol Counsellor, Social Worker and Guidance Officer, including learning needs assessments

Careers counselling service and access to various job networks

The VET Hairdressing Coordinator delivers and assesses all units except HLTAID003 Provide first aid, which is delivered and assessed by appropriately qualified personnel Elizabeth Bulman. Please see Staff Competence Record attached.

The unit HLTFAID003 is an elective unit which can be provided to the students as a Statement of Attainment from the Training Package (SIS30313 Certificate III in Fitness) or as an elective from SIH20111. Certification will depend on the number of units achieved.

The employability skills, as required by industry, for this qualification are embedded in the delivery of this program.

The opportunity for RPL, as indicated in the Student Induction Guide, will be offered to all candidates.

Program Outline

Unit of Competence

Training Methods

Assessment Tasks

Core

BSBSUS201A

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

On the job in workplace, off the job, teacher instruction, theory sessions, practical activities

On the job at Salon LC and work placement (student record training book), assignment, policy and procedure manual, Kevin Murphy green salon

SIHHBAS201A

Perform shampoo and basin services

Practical activities, theory sessions, DVD, training in the work place including Salon LC

Practical assessments on the job at Salon LC (student record training book) including client analysis sheets and performance criteria checklist, written assessment, policy and procedure manual

SIHHCCS201A

Greet and prepare clients for salon services

Teacher instruction, theory sessions, role play, practical activities, training in the workplace including Salon LC

Work placement (student record training book), written test, policy and procedure manual, practical assessment including performance criteria checklist

SIHHHDS201A

Dry hair to shape

Practical activities, theory sessions, training in the work place including Salon LC.

DVDS

Practical assessment on the job at Salon LC including analysis sheets and performance criteria checklist, written assessment

SIHHINH201A

Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas

Teacher instruction, theory sessions, training in the workplace including Salon LC

Written assessment, work placement (student record training book), policy and procedure manual

SIHHOHS201A

Apply salon safety procedures

Teacher instruction, theory sessions, practical activities, training in the workplace including Salon LC

On the job at Salon LC and work placement (training record book) assignment, written test, policy and procedure manual, workplace health & safety day written assessment.

SIRXCOM001A

Communicate in the workplace

Teacher instruction, theory sessions, role play, training in the workplace including Salon LC

On the job and at Salon LC work placement (record training book) policy and procedure manual, written assessment

SIRXIND001A

Work effectively in a retail environment

Teacher instruction, theory sessions, practical activities, training in the workplace including Salon LC

On the job at Salon LC and work placement (Student record training book), written assessment, policy and procedure manual

General elective units

SIHHBAS202A

Perform head, neck and shoulder massage

Teacher instruction, theory sessions, practical activities, DVDS, training in the workplace including Salon LC

On the job at Salon LC and work placement (student record book), written assessment, practical assessment including client analysis sheet and performance criteria

SIHHCLS201A

Apply hair colour products

Teacher instruction, theory sessions, practical activities, training in the workplace including Salon LC, guest speaker

On the job at Salon LC and work placement (student record training book), written assessment, practical assessment including client analysis sheet and performance criteria

SIHHHDS202A

Apply hair braiding techniques

Teacher instruction, theory sessions, practical activities, DVD training in the workplace including Salon LC

On the job at Salon LC and work placement (student record training book), written test, practical assessment including analysis sheets and performance criteria

SIHHIND202A

Develop hairdressing industry knowledge

Teacher instruction, theory sessions, training in the workplace including Salon LC.

Practical activities

written assessment, policy and procedure manual, on the job at salon LC and work placement (student record training book)

SIRXRPK002A

Recommend hair, beauty and cosmetic products and services

Teacher instruction, information sessions, guest speaker, DVD, role play. Practical activities

Training in the workplace including Salon LC

Practical assessment including performance criteria, policy and procedure manual, written assessment

HLTAID003

Provide first aid

Training off the job, information sessions, role play, practical activities

Practical and written test, Incident Report Form

Statement of Attainment from SIS30313 Certificate III in Fitness

Program Arrangements for Skill Sets (delete if Skill Set is not offered)

Identify personnel, training and assessment arrangement and program outline.

Assessment Evidence Requirements:

Assessment is validated to ensure;

it meets the requirements of the Training Package;

is valid, reliable, flexible and fair;

it focuses on the application of knowledge and skill to the standard of performance required in the workplace; and

it involves the collection of sufficient, valid, authentic and current evidence to enable a judgement to be made about whether competency has been attained and confirms that workplace and regulatory requirements are met.

Systems, processes, tools and practices are continuously improved when and where necessary in accordance with the above.

Validation and Industry Consultation Arrangements

The processes used to validate assessment activity in this program are:

Annual mandated TSC RTO validation is conducted. Focus areas for validation include: vocational competence, training and assessment strategies, assessment tools, the off-the-job training environment and industry consultation. The RTO maintains records of validation, and identifies, reports, and implements continuous improvements in relation to this process.

Regular College VET meetings VET Coordinator meetings throughout the year during which validation, worksite and industry issues along with opportunities for continuous improvement are discussed.

Industry professional development: Professional development occurs on a regular basis through visits to the worksites, through discussions with workplace supervisors and management, the coordinator is kept abreast of current industry knowledge and practices through regular professional development at Enigma Hair Design

Consultation with industry is ongoing via work place visits to students in on-the-job training, ensuring off the job training is also reflective of the industry needs. The coordinator/Trainer/Assessor consults with workplace supervisor to discuss delivery and assessment of the program to meet students need based on the requirements of the training package

Industry Consultation and Endorsements

Sara Jessup Hairdresser/Owner Enigma Hair Design Launceston

Ilke Drury Hairdresser Kameleon Hair and Beauty Kings Meadows

RTO Endorsements

In endorsing this strategy, I confirm that:

the college has access to a current version of the training package

the training structure complies with the training package qualification packaging rules

up until 1 April 2015 the development and planned implementation of the training complies with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2012.

from 1 April 2015 the development and planned implementation of the training complies with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015.

the college has access to appropriately qualified staff, facilities, equipment, training and assessment materials required to provide the training and/or assessment services within the scale of its operations, to accommodate student numbers, student needs, delivery methods and assessment requirements

Program Co-ordinator/s: Amanda Swain

College Quality Manager: Holly Butler

Date: 09/12/2004

Authorised by Holly ButlerPage 1Created on; 09/12/2014

Compiled by Amanda SwainSIH20111 Certificate II in HairdressingRevised on 09/12/2014

VET Coordinators Name:

Qualification Title:

National Code:

Unit Name

Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

Perform shampoo and basin services

Greet and prepare clients for salon services

Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas

Apply salon safety procedures

Perform head, neck and shoulder massage

Develop hairdressing industry knowledge

Dry hair to shape

Communicate in the workplace

Work effectively in a retail environment

Apply hair colour products

Apply hair braiding techniques

Recommend hair, beauty and cosmetic products and services

Unit Code

BSBSUS201A

SIHHBAS201A

SIHHCCS201A

SIHHIND201A

SIHHOHS201A

SIHHBAS202A

SIHHIND202A

SIHHHDS201A

SIRXCOM001A

SIRXIND001A

SIHHCLS201A

SIHHHDS202A

SIRXRPK002A

Coordinators Qualifications

Formal qualifications eg B Ed, BAVE, Certificate II in .

WRH30100 Certificate III in Hairdressing - 2002

SIH30111 Certificate III in Hairdressing - 2013

WRH401000 Certificate IV in Hairdressing - 2003

SIH40111 Certificate IV in hairdressing - 2013

Coordinators Professional Learning

eg relevant PL activities, networks, teacher in industry, shadowing workplace mentors, personal development through reading industry journals, work place visits, consultation with industry

2015 Regular attendance VET meetings (LC)

2015 Vet validation

2015 VET how to?

2014 PL styling products- Kuene

2014 Senior secondary schools eLearning course in disability standards for education

2013 - Loreal Colour Lab Workshop

Floor Judge HIS Competitions 2008, 2010, 2013

2012 Participated in Hair Expo, Sydney

Oz help Tasmania introduction to mental health and wellbeing in the workplace - 2011

Pivot Point international styling and Long hair design - 2011

Goldwell Colour correction workshop

Participation in Goldwell colour zoom competition - 2011

Vintage one day workshop with Michael Evans - 2006

Delorenzo create it chemical straightening - 2004

Introduction and advanced modelling and deportment course with glamour image- 2003 & 2004

Relaxation massage - 2002

Introduction to waxing - 2001

Participation and placed in TAFE hairdressing competitions 2001, 2002

Delorenzo advanced cutting

Schwarzkopf semi colour essentials - 2001

Schwarzkopf lightening colour essentials - 2001

Advanced long hair techniques - 2001

Coordinators Industry Experience

eg practising Hairdresser 2009-2012

Hairdresser 14 years 2000 to current

Salon manager 2009 - 2011

Trainer of Apprentices 8 years

Training and Assessment Qualification(s)

Year Completed

Teacher Registration Current

TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills or

TAELLN401A Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills

( if yes, please tick)

TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

2011

TAA50104 Diploma of Training and Assessment

2008

TAA40104 certificate IV in Training and Assessment

2007

Authorised by Name of Site Quality ManagerPage 10Created on; 18 September 2014

Compiled by Name of VET CoordinatorQualification code and titleRevised on Date of revision