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Apply hair colour products

AQF: Certificate II
Industry: Retail Industry
National Code: SHBHCLS001
ISBN:978-1-74282-391-1
It is essential that you listen carefully to the instructions your supervising hairdresser or barber gives you on how you will need to apply and rinse the colour for your client, this will enable you to choose the correct equipment and products to complete the colour service successfully.
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Braid hair

AQF: Certificate II
Industry: Retail Industry
National Code: SHBHDES002
ISBN:978-1-74282-389-8
Evidence of braiding dates back to 3200 BC. Uncovered tombs belonging to groups such as Egyptians, Assyrians etc. revealed that they, possibly for religious or status purposes, use to shave and cover their heads with braided and non-braided wigs. The braided wigs were set in stiffening agents such as bees wax. The art of braiding has been passed down through the centuries. In Africa, braiding styles have been used to distinguish different countries, regions and tribes. By the 1960s, braiding became (particularly with African Americans) a way of expressing cultural identity and individuality in society. Braiding styles incorporate cornrows and hair extensions that were considered to be modern. The use of ornaments such as beads, shells, rings, charms etc. also became popular.
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Communicate as part of a salon team

AQF: Certificate II
Industry: Retail Industry
National Code: SHBXIND002
ISBN:978-1-74282-422-2
This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to work as part of a team in a salon or retail cosmetics environment. It requires the ability to communicate with colleagues and senior staff and actively participate in a team work environment.

This unit applies to individuals working in service environments including retail cosmetic outlets, spas, hairdressing, barber, beauty and nail salons. It applies to personnel working in teams at all levels including frontline, supervising and senior team members
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Comply with organisational requirements within a personal services environment

AQF: Certificate II
Industry: Retail Industry
National Code: SHBXIND001
ISBN:978-1-74282-427-7
This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to work in a personal services environment by integrating knowledge of workplace rights and responsibilities and organisational policies and procedures, and by using effective team and individual work practices to plan and organise daily work activities.

This unit applies to workers in personal service environments including beauty and hairdressing salons, nail salons and spas. In these environments they make routine service decisions within a defined range in the context of organisational goals, customer service values and standards.
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Conduct salon financial transactions

AQF: Certificate II
Industry: Retail Industry
National Code: SHBXCCS001
ISBN:978-1-74282-420-8
When goods or services are purchased, payment is received in a number of ways. This can be in the form of cash, cheque and credit/debit card or by using EFTPOS facilities. Whichever way payment is made it is vital that the operator knows and understands how to use the equipment according to the manufacturer and supervisor instructions. Depending on the extent of your role in the salon or barber shop you may be engaged in the day-to-day management of a business's finances. For example, you may need to write receipts, handle cash and other forms of payment by either cheque or credit/debit card, and organise the salon or barber shop's petty cash and banking. You will need to be aware of the types of institutions you will be dealing with, the services they offer and the facilities and financial instruments they use.
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Contribute to health and safety of self and others

AQF: Certificate II
Industry: Retail Industry
National Code: BSBWHS201
ISBN:978-1-74282-432-1
All hairdressing salon and barber shop environments include some degree of potential workplace hazards. The job roles of these industries often require us to work with certain types of equipment, tools or hazardous chemicals creating a higher risk for unsafe environments. You can make an important contribution to the health and safety of your workplace by ensuring you promote and follow safe work practices that support a safe work environment for all. As an employee you have a responsibility to follow any provided safety or emergency procedures and instructions given by your employer.
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Dry hair to shape

AQF: Certificate II
Industry: Retail Industry
National Code: SHBHDES001
ISBN:978-1-74282-387-4
One of your roles as a salon assistant may consist of drying hair to shape as directed by a supervising hairdresser. Within a busy salon or barber shop environment, your supervising hairdresser /barber may call upon you to dry their client's hair. This will enable them to continue or start to provide service to another client. This assistance you provide will contribute to the salon or barber shop environment running smoothly and becomes particularly helpful when a supervising hairdresser/barber is running behind schedule. Some clients prefer not to have their hair blow-dried due to likes/dislikes or cost. As professionals we should respect their decision. However, most clients would appreciate a complimentary dry-off if required as a part of salon /barber shop policies and procedures.
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Greet and prepare clients for salon services

AQF: Certificate II
Industry: Retail Industry
National Code: SHBXCCS003
ISBN:978-1-74282-388-1
This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to meet, greet and prepare clients for a range of beauty treatments, hairdressing or barbering services. This unit applies to assistants who work in beauty, hairdressing or barber salons under close supervision and with guidance from more experienced or senior operators. They use little judgement and follow procedures and instructions specified by the senior who will manage the client service. No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.
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