The beauty industry has been given the opportunity to ensure qualifications of those entering the industry meet the future needs. A landscape report in 2012* confirmed the steady but strong growth of the beauty industry in New Zealand. According to Statistics NZ Business Statistics (ANZSIC06), in December 2010 there were 3,850 businesses in the Hairdressing […]
Introduction The Targeted Review of Qualifications (TRoQ) was introduced by the New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA) as a result of a review of the qualifications framework. The aim is to ensure the clarity and relevance of qualifications. The TRoQ covers all qualifications at Levels 1–6 inclusive on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework and these have […]
The New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF) is the definitive source for accurate and current information on quality assured qualifications in New Zealand. This page provides an overview of New Zealand qualifications: the information you can find on the NZQF about the purpose, types and levels of qualifications.
The purpose of the Beauty Services Review Working Groups is to provide technical input into the development of qualifications during the review, under the guidance of the Governance Group. Each group will represent an area covered by the Beauty Services Review, namely beauty therapy, nail technology, makeup artistry, and special effects aspects of Beauty Services.
Purpose The Governance Group will provide high-level strategic governance for the Targeted Review of Beauty Services Qualifications, in accordance with Requirements for listing and maintaining qualifications on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. The Group will consult with and communicate progress to key stakeholders and other interested parties and provide final endorsement of the qualifications concerned.
Strategic Purpose Statement The strategic purpose statement reflects the need for the qualification and describes how it “earns its place on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF)”
The Targeted Review of Qualifications (TRoQ) was introduced by the New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA) as a result of a review of the qualifications framework. Currently there are many similar qualifications: learners, employers and industry have said it can be difficult to distinguish between them.