uh.........most animals dnt hve hnds, it's more of 4 legs but uh........maybe a monkey they r de animals wid hnds
I think it means that people can tell your personality by the way you move youur hnds around.
To join a management trainee scheme with a large hotel or hotel group, you would normally need at least an HNC/HND in a relevant subject or even a degree or postgraduate qualification. Relevant degrees include hospitality management and international hospitality management, hotel and catering management, and hotel, tourism and licensed retail management. Business degrees - perhaps including hospitality, tourism or marketing - are another option. The minimum qualifications for a degree are usually two A levels/Advanced Highers/three H grades and five GCSEs/S grades (A-C/1-3), or equivalent. For BTEC/SQA HNCs/HNDs, one A level/Advanced Higher/two H grades and four GCSEs/S grades (A-C/1-3) or equivalent qualifications would normally get you in. If you already have a degree in another subject, you can take a one-year conversion course in hotel and catering management or a graduate apprenticeship.
GCSEs or Standard grades including english, maths and preferably double science. However, whatever your future plans, it's best to keep your options open and choose 2 sciences, as choosing only one can limit your opportunities. Science based 'A' levels or Highers such as biology and chemistry with physics or maths. Alternatively other qualifications such as HNDs, GSVQs, advanced GNVQs may be accepted as an alternative depending on the institution. A university degree such as genetics or a more general course which includes genetics such as biology, applied biology or biochemistry. Many of the genetics degree courses are combined with another subject such as 'genetics and microbiology', or 'genetics and forensic science', or offer degrees that include an industrial placement. Information about the each degree and entrance requirements can be obtained by consulting individual university's prospectuses or their websites. There are currently 115 genetics course offered around the U.K. For more information and to find out entrance requirements visit Universities and Colleges Admissions Service for the UK (UCAS) (http://www.ucas.co.uk/). The majority of researcher positions also require a post graduate qualification (e.g. MSc or PhD). Some non-graduate positions are however possible through Modern Apprenticeships which are offered to those aged over sixteen and combine paid employment with training for technician posts. For more information on careers and qualifications, your choices and options talk to your careers teacher at school and your careers advisor from the local career development centre.
You don't need any. You might be better doing a vocational course rather than a-levels or going straight into work / training.Skills and InterestsIf you want to be a hairdresser you should: be good at working with your handsbe artistic and creativeenjoy working with people of all ages and backgroundsbe able to welcome clients and put them at easebe tactful and diplomaticbe fashion consciousbe prepared to learn new techniques and methodsbe aware of health and safety issueshave physical stamina to stand for long periods and work long hours.EntryYou can enter hairdressing in one of the following ways: attending a full-time or part-time college course leading to NVQs/SVQs in Hairdressing. These are available at levels 1 to 3. Please se the Training section for more informationapplying to a salon as a trainee, learning the job from more experienced colleagues and attending college on day release.If you are aged between 16 and 24 you may be able to do an apprenticeship. Please see the Training section for more information.You can find information on qualifications and career paths in the hairdressing industry on the Hairdressing and Beauty Industry Authority (HABIA) website. Please see the Further Information section for a link to the website. Please note: HABIA do not provide courses and are not able to supply lists of course providers.TrainingYou can work towards the following NVQs/SVQs: NVQ/SVQ Level 1 in Hairdressing - involves learning the basic principles of hairdressing, based on assisting qualified staff in the salonNVQ/SVQ Level 2 in Hairdressing - covers the essential skills required by a hairdresserNVQ/SVQ Level 3 in Hairdressing - offers a broader range of units related to the work of senior salon staffNVQs/SVQs levels 2 and 3 in Barbering.City and Guilds Specialist Awards are also available at levels 2 and 3. They are short awards which will enable you to focus on areas including:colouringcolour correctiondressing long hairhair extensions.You can find details of the NVQs and other qualifications on the HABIA website. Please see the Further Information section.Higher level qualifications you can do when you are an experienced hairdresser, include:City and Guilds Level 4 Higher Professional Diploma in Salon ManagementSQA Higher National Certificate in Salon ManagementHNC/D courses in hairdressing, usually combined with salon management.You can do foundation degrees in Hairdressing and Salon Management at a few colleges and universities. For entry to these you will usually need:one A level/two H grades; andfive GCSEs (A-C)/S grades (1-3) including English; orequivalent qualifications or appropriate experience.You can do degrees in beauty therapy and hairdressing at several universities and colleges in the UK. To enter a degree courses you will usually need:five GCSEs (A-C)/S grades (1-3); andtwo A levels/three H grades or equivalent.Please check with colleges or universities for exact entry requirements.For information about foundation degrees see Foundation Degree ForwardTo search for colleges and universities offering foundation degrees, HNDs and degrees see Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)The Freelance Hair and Beauty Federation (FHBF) runs training courses for hairdressers on planning, setting up and managing your business, as well as ongoing training and Continuing Personal Development (CPD). Please see the Further Information section for contact details.Apprenticeships may be available for those under the age of 24. In England these are currently Apprenticeships (level 2) and Advanced Apprenticeships (level 3).Apprenticeships may be different in other areas. For further information see Scotland , Wales and Northern Ireland