OverviewCutting Men's Hair City & Guilds Level 2
This Level 2 award will focus on the development of the underlying principles and practical skills required for cutting men’s hair, and will prepare you for progression into the certificate in barbering. You will learn how to consult with clients, health and safety along with developing a variety of barbering techniques to include cutting men’s hair.
Gaining this qualification will provide better employment opportunities to work in the industry completing male clients. This City and Guilds international award gives you the opportunity to work both locally or abroad. We offer a high street salon experience with external clients for assessments, building skills and confidence.
Need to know
3 GCSEs grades 9-3 ideally including English and maths or a level 1 qualification in Hair, Beauty or Barbering.
Experience of working in a salon environment.
What qualification will I gain?
City and Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Cutting Men’s Hair.
How will I be assessed?
How will I be assessed?
- Ongoing practical assessments throughout the duration of the course for the practical element of the programme
- Online end of unit exams and assignments
What will I study?
- Working in the hair industry
- Follow health and safety in the salon
- Client consultation for hair services
- Cutting men’s hair
What skills will I gain?
- Communication with a wide range of clients
- Practical skills in haircutting
- Ability to promote products and services
- Confidence working with people
- Level 2 Barbering
- you could continue your studies in women’s hairdressing
Junior barber – average salary for a barber is £24,000.
- You will need to purchase a kit and uniform to complete the course – kit and uniform costs TBC
- You will have the opportunity to visit Salon International / Professional Beauty – price TBC
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