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Further Education: Hair Multiple Choice (Continuing Education)

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Further Education: Hair Multiple Choice

It is important to further your education hair to benefit your
  1. self.
  2. clients.
  3. parents.
  4. friends.
If you keep up to date and take as many courses as you can in your field then you will become an
  1. expert.
  2. professional.
  3. assistant manager.
  4. owner.
Why should you make extra courses a requirement at your salon?
  1. Make money
  2. Demand best quality of work from your staff
  3. Set standards that are up to date
  4. B and C
What are the successful keys to an up-do?
  1. Back combing
  2. Pinning and smoothing
  3. Cutting
  4. A and B
Will salons pay for their staff to complete extra training?
  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Some
  4. Only expensive ones
You must be between 25 and 30 to qualify for the extra training.
  1. True
  2. False
  3. Only in some states
  4. Only if the salon will not pay for it
What should you do before attending a school?
  1. See if your friends are going there
  2. Research the school
  3. Ask your friend's opinions
  4. Ask your teacher's opinions
Over the years how does the industry change?
  1. Better products and new techniques are introduced
  2. New aprons
  3. New colors come in to syle
  4. New pay raises
Extra courses will give you more confidence when you are working
  1. at the salon.
  2. on bridal parties/special occaisons.
  3. A and B
  4. Only A
A Master stylist is
  1. the lowest paid stylist in the salon.
  2. the middle tier stylist in the salon.
  3. the lowest level of stylist in the salon.
  4. typically the highest-ranking stylist in the salon.
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