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Good education
Rebecca Parker

Applications for ghd’s 2017 Style Squad and Graduate Styling Programme are now open.

Now in its fifth year, the ghd Style Squad will take talented young stylists on a 12-month course with the aim of teaching them how to become fashion-forward artists at the forefront of hairdressing. During their tome of the programme, students will be mentored by leading names from ghd and enjoy an array of money-can’t-buy education experiences. In the past group have worked at London Fashion Week and taken part in key media events and launches. Diversity is paramount and students train in everything from photoshoot skills to how to excel at social media mastery. To celebrate the team’s
 achievements, the style squad year ends with a
 graduation ceremony at the ghd London Studio
 to share their successes with friends and family. This is an ideal opportunity to push your career to the next level, make a name for yourself in the industry and build a solid portfolio of work.

Those wishing to finesse their styling skills can take part in the Graduate Styling Programme. Now in its third year, the programme is an industry first, designed to be the ultimate finishing school for hairstylists and the first solely-styling education which is regulated and certified by the VTCT. This means that each graduate leaves with the QCF ghd styling qualification. Those embarking on the programme will see that it is entirely personalized, meaning that each stylist can build their own bespoke styling journey.

Both programs are at the cutting-edge of styling education and provide the opportunity to network, meet hairdressing heroes and gain exposure, all while boosting your skills to a whole new level.

Interested in finding out more? ghd are hosting taster evenings at their London studio on February 13th and 14th, allowing potential students and salon owners to get to grips with all aspects of these educational offerings.

Email or call 0845 33011033 (UK) or +44 (0) 1924 423400 for more information.