Hairdressing Physiology

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Description

This programme is fundamental to the art and science of hairdressing and demonstrates how the skin and hair are formed. It contains a number of 3D animation graphics to assist with an understanding of the basic principles.
Duration: 7 minutes

Classifications

AQF - Australian Quality Framework
Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV

Industry Classification Scheme
Retail Industry

Copyright Description

Copyright © 2017 TAFE SA, Government of South Australia. All rights reserved. Terms and conditions apply.

Catalogue Item

TAFEshop Identifier: TAFESA-490

TAFEshop Catalogue: 98.28.0915

TAFE SA

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