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Taylor Weir School of Hairdressing

Northbridge, Western Australia, Australia
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About Taylor Weir School of Hairdressing

Taylorweir International School of Hairdressing has been recognised for its outstanding achievements and best practices by being awarded the 2013 Western Australia's Small Training Provider Award by the Department of Training. The Taylorweir International School of Hairdressing delivers Certificate II, Certificate III, Certificate IV and Diploma of Salon Management plus a range of non-accredited short courses designed to up-skill qualified hairdressers.

Since its inception in 1997, Taylorweir has always striven for excellence. The school prides itself in being the leading hairdressing registered training provider in Western Australia laying claim to training the majority of all hairdressing apprentices in this state than any other registered training organisation (RTO).

The past 15 years saw student numbers grow from 8 to the current tally of 600. To cater for these increases, premises came and went before settling into a convenient location in the heart of Northbridge on William Street. Not being content with being Western Australia’s largest private Registered Training Organisation for hairdressing apprentices, notably in 2009, they introduced international students to the fold.

Campus information

In the interest of health and safety and a responsible learning environment, it is mandatory to comply with the requirements listed below:

  • Closed toe shoes 
  • Smart casual attire
  • Neat appearance 
  • No midriff tops or excessively revealing garments
  • Miniskirts, mini dresses and very short shorts are only to be worn with tights or leggings
  • No caps

William Street Arcade is situated on William St between Roe St and James St. “Flight Centre” is at the entrance of the arcade. Halfway down the arcade you will see a set of stairs, walk up the stairs and you will be at Taylorweir. Lift access is to the right of the stairs next to "Beans and Bunches" florist.

The City Rail and Bus Stations are an easy walk to the school. The free Blue CAT bus stops on the corner of James and William Streets.


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