New Zealand Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support).


This course comprises of resources and assessment material for NZQA unit standards working toward NZ Certificate in Hairdressing (Salon Support).

The resources and assessment materials are designed to provide education for stylists working toward NZ certificate in Hairdressing Salon Support.

On completion stylists will have obtained sufficient knowledge, practical skills and attitudes to perform limited salon and client support services that contribute to the effective operation of the salon. (Click here for more information)

This qualification is suitable for learners who may have no prior knowledge or experience in support services for hairdressing salons 

Subscription to this resource is available for Salons and trainers who wish to support their stylists in their apprenticeship requirements as an additional resource to off job or pre- apprentice training. 

Stylists returning to Industry or working toward qualification by experience may subscribe to expand their knowledge in line with the national qualification please contact the system administrator to develop a training plan to suit your needs.

This site will provide the option to collaborative learning with stylists nationwide. 

To complete the course requirements, competence in  both theory and practical  must be demonstrated.

To participate working toward NZ Certificate in hairdressing as a pre apprentice or apprentice you need to be enrolled with an accredited training provider.

To participate as a fully qualified stylist returning to industry please contact the site administrator to determine the most suitable course.

The theory components will be assessed via this site. The practical components will be assessed at an accredited training provider or may be assessed by alternative arrangements in accordance with NZQA  and HITO requirements

Stylists not enrolled in a training provider who wish to participate in this course and an apply for Recognition of Prior Learning must comply with NZQA and HITO requirements.