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SIHHTLS403A Work as a session stylist

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SIHHT LS403AWork as a session stylist

Dat e t his document was generated: 2 July 2013

SIHHTLS403A Work as a session stylist

Modification History

The release details of this endorsed unit of competency are set out in the table below. The latest information is at the top.

Release Comments

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Editorial corrections. Competency field added.

1

Initial release.

Unit Descriptor

This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to create finished hair designs for events, film sets, photographic studios or platform work.

Application of the Unit

This unit applies to senior hairdressers who work in and outside the salon preparing hair for fashion parades, hair shows, hairdressing technical seminars, platform demonstrations, training sessions and fashion shoots. Session styling may also take place in television, film and theatre settings.

This role involves research, communication, analysis, planning and then selecting, combining and applying a broad range of products, tools and equipment to create finished hair colours and designs. Finished designs may be creative, classic, current and historical; or in character for events, photographic assignments, film sets, catwalks or platform work. Session stylists may work individually or with other professionals such as make-up artists, fashion designers, photographers, photographic stylists, models and also in session stylist teams.

A person undertaking this role applies discretion and judgement accepts responsibility for outcomes of own work and provides technical leadership in hairdressing teams.

Approved ? Commonwealth of Australia, 2013

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Licensing/Regulatory Information

No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of endorsement.

Pre-Requisites

SIHHTLS401A Provide technical leadership within the hairdressing context

Employability Skills Information

This unit contains employability skills.

Elements and Performance Criteria Pre-Content

Not applicable.

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Elements and Performance Criteria

Element

Performance Criteria

Elements describe the Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate essential outcomes of achievement of the element. Where bold italicised text is used, further a unit of competency. information is detailed in the required skills and knowledge section

and the range statement. Assessment of performance is to be consistent with the evidence guide.

1. Interpret the creative brief.

1.1.Analyse the objectives of the script or fashion session to determine overall design concepts.

1.2.Participate in preliminary concept meetings with relevant personnel to discuss the hair design requirements for the type of production.

1.3.Identify relevant factors that may determine and affect the finished designs.

2. Conduct and evaluate research and planning.

2.1.Undertake research and analyse findings to develop hair design concepts.

2.anise research materials, findings and documentation for use throughout the design development process, and update as required.

2.3.Generate initial concepts against the research findings and discuss with relevant personnel.

3. Consult and discuss finished design.

3.1.Consult and examine the model or performer physically and visually to establish specific requirements.

3.2.Confirm finished hair designs appropriate to the character, performance, production or event in consultation with relevant personnel.

4. Create current, creative and period hair designs.

4.1.Select and use products, materials, tools and techniques appropriate to the established design results.

4.2.Reflect a predetermined era accurately in finished hair designs, where relevant to the production or event.

4.3.Ensure comfort and safety of the model or performer during each stage of the process.

4.plete finished hair designs within required timeframes.

4.5.Confirm director or coordinator and model or performer satisfaction with finished hair design.

4.6.Document finished hair designs for future performances, events or continuity purposes.

Approved ? Commonwealth of Australia, 2013

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Required Skills and Knowledge

This section describes the skills and knowledge required for this unit.

Required skills

communication skills in order to: participate in concept meetings discuss research findings with relevant production personnel brief other team members negotiate and confirm finished hair designs with relevant personnel interact with models and performers interact with other production professionals participate in creative teams

research skills to: use the internet, print and film media sources to identify contemporary and period hair designs that were popular in specific eras source garments and materials

design and planning skills to develop hair colour and design concepts that match a creative brief

literacy skills to document and record finished hair designs for future performances, events or continuity purposes

technical skills to: use a broad range of products and equipment attach and incorporate hairpieces and ornaments in hair designs use a broad range of products and techniques use a variety of tool to achieve haircut structures

problem-solving skills to manage design and technical contingencies that arise numeracy skills to:

calculate and manage product quantities minimise waste achieve outcomes in agreed timeframes

Required knowledge

the elements and principles of design and their combination and application for a wide variety of finished hair designs

the history of contemporary and period hair design, including eras and their popular designs and colours

a broad range of technical knowledge in the selection, safe application and effects of colour and lightening products

a broad range of technical knowledge in the selection, safe application and effects of chemical reformation products on the hair

Approved ? Commonwealth of Australia, 2013

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