The Official Guide to Foundation Learning in Hair and Beauty has been written by two of the most respected authors in the Hair and Beauty industry, Jane Goldsbro and Elaine White. Their clear and engaging writing style will appeal to the Foundation Learner and the nine easy to read chapters, which cover the core elements of the course, will help learners with progression to employment.
The text boasts a strong pedagogy designed for the Foundation Learner which includes `Top Tips' and `It's a Fact' boxes, web links to useful information and a host of activities and self assessments so the learner can test their learning as they progress though the course. Functional skills are mapped throughout along with icons outlining where personal and social skill development can occur.
Learners can check their answers to all of the Assessment Activity questions and find loads of printable crosswords and wordsearches by visiting the free online companion!
Jane Goldsbro is Director of Standards and Qualifications at the Hairdressing and Beauty Industry Authority (Habia). Jane has over 25 years? association with the hairdressing industry. This work ranges from employment as a stylist to salon manager, followed by working with a hairdressing manufacturer as an educator and in Further Education. Elaine White has a lifetime's experience in the hair and beauty sector. From salons to education she has been involved with the development and implementation of some of the most influential learning programmes in hair and beauty. She is a technical author, educational consultant, moderator, examiner and inspector for hair and beauty qualifications.
Chapter 1 Introduction to Hair and Beauty Industries Chapter 2Personal and Social Development Chapter 3Understanding and Using Colour Chapter 4Skincare, Make-up and Face Painting Chapter 5The Art of Photographic Make-up Chapter 6 Hand Care and Basic Manicure and Pedicure Chapter 7Introduction to Hair Care Chapter 8The Art of Dressing Hair Chapter 9Safe and Hygienic Working Practices Glossary