If your heart is set on a career in the fast-paced hair and beauty industry, taking one of our courses is a great place to start.
As a student, you’ll gain an insight into a professional salon environment, learn how to provide a range of treatments and gain knowledge on how a salon turns a profit.
You will be able to work on clients, learning a range of skills to raise customer self-confidence and prepare to work in the industry.
Follow us on Instagram to see how creative and skilled our current hair and beauty students are! @hsdc_salon
Please note that Hair & Beauty courses are only available at our South Downs Campus.
Sophie Linter and Katie Bird, two HSDC Level 3 Theatrical and Media Makeup students, have been selected to go through this autumn to the Commercial Makeup National Qualifiers as part of the WorldSkills UK competition.
The WorldSkills Competition takes place every other year in one of the 60 member countries. If all goes to plan, the next event will be held in Shanghai in September 2021. Read more about their amazing achievement here.
Want to see what our current students are doing in the Salon? Intrigued about what you would be doing if you studied with us? Follow us on Instagram to find out!
My experience at the College was great, it’s very different to school, and I think it’s a good step to going to university. The support was amazing, I loved all of my teachers, they helped me through everything. The College is friendly and you will succeed.Heidi Adamson Brattland, A Level student
There are lots of people at the college, each studying a diverse range of courses, people from all different areas come to study here, it creates a sense of community, there is a huge social aspect to college life across all courses.Lee Backhouse, BTEC student
I overcame a couple of barriers by working really hard to get the top grades. My experience was really good, with the course and the lecturers, the residentials and activities, together it was all really good. I had really great teaching support, I could always go to the lecturers and speak to them if I needed to.David Stenning, Public Services student