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Level 3 Diploma for Professional Stylists

This course is for students who have completed their level 3 introductory to dog grooming and wish to gain their full diploma , this course covers breed styling.

For more information or to register your interest please contact

Course Duration:

Part Time

1 day at Week - Total Weeks 20


Hadlow Campus

Course Cost


Entry Requirements:

Students under 19 are required to have a Level 1 qualification in English (GCSE grade D or equivalent) and a keen interest in dogs All applicants will be invited for an interview before enrolling.

Start Dates

Friday 24th March 2017 (Hadlow)

Friday 25th August 2017 (Hadlow)

Register your interest

If you’re interested in signing up for this course then leave your details and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

Please note that all programme specifications and course modules are subject to annual change.

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