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Hairdressing Training - skills service


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Jisc’s Hairdressing Training service helps develop the skills of learners studying for qualifications in hairdressing and barbering.

The service provides exemplary interactive activities, step-by-step videos, self-evaluation tests, and guides relating to an expanding collection of hairdressing styles and techniques.

The content is mapped to the NVQ and SVQ hairdressing and barbering curriculum and aligned with the latest national occupational standards.

This demonstration will show how these interactive digital resources can be used by learners and teachers in a range of ways, such as embedding into a virtual learning environment (VLE), shared and repurposed, and incorporated into assessments.

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Hairdressing Training - skills service

  1. 1. Hairdressing training – skills service KarlaYoungs, Head of digital content services for further education and skills Pete Collins, FE & Skills Services Manager Jackie Sharp, Bradford College
  2. 2. > >Slide Service overview >Curriculum mapped hairdressing and barbering resources >Comprehensive coverage across levels 2 and 3 >Explicitly linked to the latest National Occupational Standards (NOS) >Created for and by further education and skills practitioners >Currently open and free to use 15/03/2017 Hairdressing training – skills service2
  3. 3. > >Slide Jackie Sharp – Bradford College >How the Resources are being used inTeaching >Benefits of flipped and blended learning >Meeting FELTAG >Feedback from learners 15/03/2017 Hairdressing training – skills service3
  4. 4. > >Slide Hairdressing training >Access 24/7 via: >Any questions? 15/03/2017 Hairdressing training – skills service4
  5. 5. > >Slide Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND > > KarlaYoungs Head of digital content services for further education and skills Jackie Sharp, Bradford College Pete Collins, Bradford College Contacts 15/03/2017 Hairdressing training – skills service5Slide