Royal Hairstyling Academy Jhb: Free Trade Test Prep and Business Funding Available January 2022
Free Trade Test Prep Course
Price: FREE - for stylists with at least 4 years experience.
For hairstylists that are eligible to take the trade test under SSETA’s ARPL Programme, we offer a preparatory course, as an option of two courses:
• a five hour per day, eight-day intensive course
• a five hour per day, four-day course,
depending on the student’s needs and how advanced the student is.
This course is ideal for those hairdressers who have not been formally trained on the techniques necessary to achieve success. They may have all the skills to be qualified stylists but may not be accustomed to the formal terminology and methodology used during the exam. The course teaches all the key techniques examined on the trade test, preparing these hairdressers for successful formal qualification and success.
Business Funding Initiative:
The first 10 programme participants registered will be eligible to up to R50 000 in grants to start new businesses or expand existing ones upon qualification.
Discount specials available on further upskilling, competence certification or learning the basics to get started in the career of your choice in the African hair styling market.
We are running discount specials on 3 courses, up to 60% off. The specials run until the end of January and the courses start the last Monday in January.
Relax, cut and style – 5 day Short Course
Ideal for students who are looking to learn the basics of creating a hair style. We teach students hair analysis, relaxer application, basic cutting techniques and styling.
Hair braiding – 15 day Short Course
This is an entry-level hair braiding course. Over a 15 day course, students will learn how to do box braids, kinky twist, rope twist, Havana twist, Marley twist, cornrows, and Ghana braids. Competency certification on completion.
One month Course
A crash course teaching practical hairdressing skills. This programme is targeted at individuals with little to no experience in the hairdressing industry. The course is ideal for students who may not have the time and/or money for the full-time course, but would like to obtain basic hairdressing skills. Competency certification on completion.
SETA (Sector Education Training Authority) Accredited
SAQA (South African Qualification Authority) Aligned
NQF (National Qualification Framework) Aligned
Royal Hairstyles Training Academy & Salon
3rd Floor, Works @ Main, 195 Main St, Johannesburg 2001
Tel: +27 11 334 2806
Whatsapp: +27 84 228 4318