Begin Hairdressing and Barbering. Official Guide to Level 1 (PDF)

Begin Hairdressing and Barbering. Official Guide to Level 1 (PDF)
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About the book


Edition 2011;
Pages: 198;
Authors: Martin Green;
Publisher: Melody Dawes;
Language: English;
Size: 122 Mb;

Content

Foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Qualification information
About the book
EKU mapping grids
2 The workplace
G20 Make sure your own actions reduce risks to Health and Safety
Unit G20: quick overview
What do I need to do for G20.1?
What do I need to do for G20.2'?
What things do I need to know and understand?
Introduction
G20 Identify the hazards and evaluate the risks in your workplace
Thinking about your work routines
Being responsible
Your concerns or questions
G20.2 Reduce the risks to health and safety
Carrying out your duties safely
Working in a safe way at all times
Risks to health and safety
Dressing and behaving professionally
Working in an environmentally friendly way
Checkerboard
Revision questions
Chapter two
G3 Contribute to the development of effective working relationships
Unit G3: quick overview
What do I need to do for G31?
What do I need to do for G32?
What do I need to do for G33?
What things do I need to cover?
What things do I need to know?
Introduction
G3.1 Develop effective working relationships with clients
Do things in a way that gives people confidence in your abilities
Put clients' belongings away carefully
Provide help to others without having to wait to be asked
Help clients if they need anything
Dress and behave professionally
G3.2 Develop effective working relationships with colleagues
Be friendly, helpful and respectful
Ask politely when you need help
Help willingly and promptly when asked
Only do jobs that you have been trained to do
Tell your supervisor about any problems
G3.3 Develop yourself within the job role
Being able to gauge your own abilities
Asking other staff when you aren't sure
Learning new things
Reviewing your progress
Checkerboard
Revision questions
Chapter three
G2 Assist with salon reception duties
Unit G2: quick overview
What do I need to do for G217
What do I need to do for G22?
What do I need to do for G23?
What  things do I need to cover?
What things do I need to know?
Introduction
G2.1 Maintain the reception area
Keeping all areas clean and tidy
Monitoring stationery and product levels
Looking out for faulty or damaged products
Demonstrating good customer care
G2.2 Attend to clients and enquiries
Handling enquiries politely and positively
Informing the stylists that their clients have arrived
Referring enquiries you can't handle
Taking messages tor others
Handling information in a confidential way
G2.3 Help to make appointments for salon services
Dealing with requests promptly
and politely
Accurately recording appointments
Requesting assistance when needed
Confirming and recording details correctly
Checkerboard
Revision questions
Part two
Hairdressing practical skills
Chapter four
GH3 Prepare for hair services and maintain work areas
Unit GH3: quick overview
What do I need to do for GH3.l?
What do I need to do for GH3.2'?
What things do I need to know?
Introduction
GH3.1 Prepare for hair services
Set up materials, tools and equipment
Make sure the stylist's tools are ready and safe to use
Get the client's records ready
GH3.1 Maintain the work area for hair services
Dispose of waste materials
Check and clean the salon equipment
Prepare enough towels for the day
Refill and replenish low levels of salon stock
Replace the salon's resources correctly
Clean working surfaces properly so that they are ready for use
Checkerboard
Revision questions
Chapter five
GH1 Shampoo and condition hair
Unit GHI: quick overview
What do I need to do for GHI .1?
What do I need to do for GHI .2?
What do I need to do for GH1.3?
What things do I need to cover?
What things do I need to know?
Introduction
GH1.1 Maintain effective and safe methods of working when shampooing and conditioning hair
Correctly protect and position clients and yourself
Keeping the basin area clean and safe to use
Maintaining personal hygiene standards
Monitoring the levels of materials
Completing the service efficiently
GH1.2 Shampoo hair
Types of shampoo
Following the stylist's instructions
Using the correct massage techniques
Controlling the water flow and temperature
Rinsing and finishing off
GH1.3 Apply conditioners to the hair
Following the stylist's instructions
Using the appropriate technique
Rinsing and finishing off
Checkerboard
Revision questions
Chapter six
GH2 Blow dry hair
Unit GH2: quick overview
What do I need to do for GH2.1?
What do I need to do for GH22?
What things do I need to cover?
What things do I need to know?
Introduction
GH2.1 Maintain effective and safe methods of working when drying hair
Correctly protect and position clients and yourself
Keeping the work area clean and safe to use at all times
Maintaining personal hygiene standards
Using tools and resources safely
Completing the service efficiently
GH2.2 Blow dry hair
Following the stylist's instructions
Applying the products correctly
Maintaining the client's comfort
Using brushes to style hair professionally
Checkerboard
Revision questions
Chapter seven
GH4 Assist with hair colouring services
Unit GH4: quick overview
What do I need to do for GH4.1?
What do I need to do for GH42?
What things do I need to cover?
What things do I need to know?
Introduction
GH4.1 Maintain effective and safe methods of working when assisting with colouring services
Learning why hair is different colours
Learning about colouring techniques
Correctly protect and position the client and yourself
Maintaining personal hygiene standards
Keeping the work area clean and safe to use at all times
Identifying when colours need reordering
GH4.1 Remove colouring and lightening products
Minimising the risk of hair damage
Keeping the client adequately protected
Applying suitable conditioners
Leaving the client ready for further services
Checkerboard
Revision questions
Chapter eight
GH5 Assist with perming hair services
Unit GH5: quick overview
What do I need to do for GH5.1?
What do I need to do for GH5.2?
What things do I need to know?
Introduction
GH5.1 Maintain effective and safe methods of working when assisting with perming services
Correctly protect and position the client and yourself
Keeping work areas clean and safe to use at all times
Maintaining personal hygiene standards
Reporting low neutralising products' stock
Gh5.2 Neutralise hair as part of the perming process
Neutralising (rebalancing the hair)
Preparing the neutraliser properly
Rinsing perm lotion from hair properly
Applying the neutraliser correctly
Applying a suitable conditioner
Checkerboard
Revision questions
Chapter nine
GHE Plait and twist hair using basic techniques
Unit GH6: quick overview
What do I need to do for GH61?
What do I need to do for GH62?
What things do I need to cover?
What things do I need to know?
Introduction
GH 6.1 Maintain effective and safe methods of working when plaiting and twisting
Correctly protect and position clients and yourself
Keeping work areas clean at all times
Maintaining personal hygiene standards
Completing the service efficiently
GH6.2 Plait and twist hair
Preparing the client
Controlling your tools
Securing the free ends of plaits
Learning about hair textures
Maintaining an even tension
Applying suitable products
Checking clients' comfort and satisfaction
Creating loose hanging plaits
Making French plaits and twists
Applying twisting techniques
Checkerboard
Revision questions
Chapter ten
GH7 Remove hair extensions
Unit GH7: quick overview
What do I need to do for GH7.1?
What do I need to do for GH7.2?
What things do I need to cover?
What things do I need to know?
Introduction
GH7.1 Maintain effective and safe methods of working when removing hair extensions
Correctly protect and position clients and yourself
Keeping work areas clean at all times
Maintaining personal hygiene standards
Using tools and materials safely
GH7.2 Remove hair extensions
Listening to the stylist's instructions
Minimising the risk of hair damage
Ensuring that the client is comfortable
Preparing the hair for the service
Learning about removal techniques
Checkerboard
Revision questions
Chapter eleven
GB1 Assist with shaving services
Unit GB1: quick overview
What do I need to do for GB1.1?
What do I need to do for GB1.2'?
What things do I need to cover?
What things do I need to know?
Introduction
GB1.1 Maintain effective and safe methods of working when assisting with shaving services
Correctly protect and position clients and yourself
Keeping work areas clean and safe to use at all times
Maintaining personal hygiene standards
Cleaning tools and equipment
Dealing with waste and shortages
Learning about shaving products
GB 1.2 Prepare facial hair and skin for shaving services
Cleansing and exfoliating the skin
Applying Not and cold towels
Applying lathering products
Telling the barber when the client is prepared
Removing lather and cooling the skin
Checkerboard
Revision questions
Appendix 1 Health and safety legislation
Appendix 2 People's rights and consumer legislation
Answers to revision questions
Useful addresses and websites
Glossary
Index

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