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June 2017

Introducing A Brand New Oyster Experience

The Fellowship And I programme will give 5 apprentices the opportunity to work alongside Ken Picton and Errol Douglas in an exciting new oyster experience called LEARN FROM THE MASTER.

This will be exclusively for apprentices who are on a Level 3 Hairdressing programme, who already have great knowledge of cutting, colouring and hair up and are ready to personalise and hone their skills.

The day long workshop will be held in Ken Picton’s prestige Cardiff Bay salon and you will spend half a day with each ‘Master’
Following this, your work will be showcased in an exclusive evening event hosted by the Fellowship.

To be considered for this experience you must be on a Level 3 Programme and be able to attend an interview on 17th July.
The closing date for this opportunity will be 10/07/2017.
For more information please ask your TC or contact Simone Hawken on 07776 237 849.
Click here to apply http://bit.ly/2sxOEsL

Good Luck!!!

 

Errol Douglas demonstrating on stage

GOLD at UK Skills Regional Heat for Sophie

Level 3 apprentice Sophie Hendy from Tommy’s Hair Company, Llandudno won GOLD at the first World Skills UK Advanced Hairdressing Regional Heat in Belfast on 19th June.

The challenging day, which seeks to select the best hairdressers in the UK, consisted of three tests; a one hour dressing long hair, a one hour commercial men’s cut and a three hour high fashion cut and colour. 😊
We have to wait now until mid August when results are collated from all 5 Regional Heats to see if Sophie has made the top 8 in the UK to compete in the final of World Skills UK at The Skills Show in November. 
Well done Sophie, everyone at Tommy’s and ISA are all really proud of you.

 

Communities Defeat Terrorism

We have received an email from The Prevent Officer for Wales, which is copied below. If you do notice anything or would like to discuss anything, please feel free to contact us or call Action Counters Terrorism on 0800 789321

You will all be aware of last night’s attack outside Finsbury Park Mosque, which is being dealt with as a ‘potential terrorist attack’.

There will undoubtedly be real concerns and anxieties as a result – and the potential for divisions opening up to fracture the community cohesion we all seek to achieve.

You will be very much aware of the potential for this to happen. If you note adverse reactions in your community, I would ask you please notify our ISA Prevent Representative Sam Grove on 01656 869986, so that this assists in advising the national picture.