Work As a Session Stylist (SIHHTLS403A)

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Session styling could be required for events as diverse as fashion parades, movie sets, photo shoots or Look and Learn seminars. Working on a presentation allows a stylist to make the most of their hairdressing skills and may include the opportunity to incorporate their individual creativity and flair.

Classifications

AQF - Australian Quality Framework
Certificate IV

Industry Classification Scheme
Retail Industry

National Code - Training.gov.au
SIHHTLS403A: Work as a session stylist

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Catalogue Item

TAFEshop Identifier: TAFESA-1009

TAFEshop Catalogue: 07.084.0330-E2

ISBN: 978-1-86506-185-6

TAFE SA

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