National Certificate in Hairdressing

From R52 000 per year

5 star beauty courses

Course Duration: 1 Year

R52 000

REG FEE: R1 650



Course Fees and Registration Fees are Non-Refundable.

SAQA ID: 80646
Additional: Uniforms from R1100

Optional: International Awards

Equipment: Hairdressing tools are to be purchased by the students. A list of tools will be provided.



National Certificate in Hairdressing
National Certificate in Hairdressing - Hair Cut
National Certificate in Hairdressing - Upstyle

Hairdressing Techniques

Additional Modules

Client Consultation, including in-depth hair and scalp analysis.

Strong client relationships are built on mutual respect and trust. The hairdressing market focuses on outcomes and overall experiences.

    Shampooing and Conditioning

    Shampooing and conditioning a client’s hair make up the basis for any great haircut or style.

    Perming, Relaxing, and Neutralising Hair

    When perming or relaxing the hair you permanently change the internal hair structure, to keep the hair in a newly formed shape.

    Colouring Hair

    Colouring hair gives you the freedom to creatively change the colour of your client’s natural hair, enhancing any further hairstyles.

    Pin Curls and Finger Waves

    A pin curl is a curl made using wet hairstyling techniques, coiling the hair, and securing it with a hairpin or clip. A finger wave is a method of setting hair into waves (curls) that was popular in the 1920s and early 1930s.

    Ladies Hair Cutting and Styling

    The best way a woman can compliment her style is with an appropriate haircut and style.

    Men’s Cutting, Styling and Barbering

    The best way a man can compliment his style is with an appropriate haircut and style as well as correct facial hair grooming.

    Hair Extensions and Braiding, including Bonding, Weaving and Dreadlocks

    The most sought-after look in modern days is the extending of hair through new techniques of braiding, bonding, extensions and dreadlocks.

    Hairdressing Competition Techniques

    Be prepared to learn to take part in Hairdressing Competitions by sharpening your personal skills to be in line with some of the top hairdressers in the industry.

    Magazine and Photoshoot Training

    Adapting your skills for magazine and photoshoots is a precise skill opening the door for various opportunities in the creative film and visual industry.

    Product Training

    Top-level hairdressing product houses are invited to showcase their products and train you in the art of using the products.


      Indian Head Massage and Scalp Massage

      Our Indian Head Massage course is based on ancient Ayurvedic techniques. Indian Head Massage focuses on the upper back, shoulders, neck, scalp and face. A variety of massage movements are applied to relieve muscle tension, improve blood circulation and restore joint mobility.

      Health and Safety in the Salon

      In the salon, the highest priority must be given to preventing infection, cross-infection, and infestation. The therapist carries the responsibility to protect themselves, other staff, and the clients from the risk of contamination.

      Business studies

      Business Management is the coordination and organisation of business activities. This includes the production of materials, machines, and money, and involves both marketing and innovation.

      Professional Conduct

      Professional conduct is a module that will discuss the way one conducts themselves in a professional environment. This will assist in preparing the learner for the workplace as well as the future as an entrepreneur, a therapist, or a learner in general.


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