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Education: The Key to Your Career Path

Thursday, 08 December 2016 12:05

Wella Professionals brings over 135 years' experience to its quest to support every hairdressing on their career journey. The brand's educational programme offers training courses to meet the needs of every member of your team, as well as to enhance your business prospects.

Here are 3 of the  Wella Professional's most popular educational initiatives, available throughout 2017:


Wella Master Colour Programme 

Level: Master Craft

Duration: 13 days in 4 stages


The Master Colour Programme is a comprehensive business building course strategically developed to grow your skill, mastery and creativity. With a salon owner preview evening to help you select the right member of your team, a business building seminar designed specifically for the salon owner, and exclusive marketing and PR support, the programme is focused on driving your salon’s colour business. Join the four-stage Master Colour Programme and you’ll be on your way to earning one of the best-recognised colour accreditations in the industry.

Who should attend?

Experienced colourists who want to gain the highest level colour qualification. Starting out with the essentials, you’ll go on a journey of intense learning to develop your creative and corrective colouring skills to the highest level.

What will you learn?

You’ll gain an accolade that’ll impress your clients and will allow you to offer them the best possible and most couture services. Following the graduation of your Master Colour Expert, salon owners will be invited to attend a Business Building day with Carole Taylor from Client Wave where you’ll find out how to utilise your Master Colour Expert to drive turnover and in-salon colour creativity, as well as maximise on new marketing opportunities. As a Master Colour Expert you will be eligible to join us for an annual Master Colour Congress where you’ll be among the first to witness what we have in store for the coming year in terms of new cutting and colouring techniques, new trends, exclusive previews of new products, and much more.


Wella Sexy Science 

Level: Master Craft

Duration: 2 days


Perfect your theoretical knowledge on the subjects of hair and product functionality. Acquire the ability to discuss and identify fact from falsehoods and uncover the latest factual content as part of your in-salon training.

Who should attend?

Experienced hairdressers with a fundamental theoretical knowledge of hair. Perfect for experienced salon hairdressers handling the ever-changing needs of their clientele. A must for all Wella Professionals Master Colour Experts.

What will you learn?

Develop your own winning arguments for recommending services and products to clients. This two-day interactive training offers an exciting mix of interactive demonstrations, experiments and discussions.


An Inspirational Day With… 

Level: Various

Duration: One day


Running throughout the year, guest artists include Paul Adamczuk from Cheynes Hairdressing, Darren Ambrose from d&j Ambrose, Akin Konizi from hob Academy Bruno Marc from Marc Antoni, Leonardo Rizzo & Sharon Cox from the Sanrizz Art team, and the Toni&Guy Art Team.

Who should attend?

Hairdressers who want to see and work with the world’s leading professionals showcasing their stunning and groundbreaking creations.

What will you learn?

Get up close with these iconic hairdressers and let them inspire and guide you to enhance your hairdressing skills. In this intimate environment, take away new ideas and techniques to incorporate into your daily consultations with your clients.


The NEW Wella World Studio London at One The Strand, Trafalgar Square is now open. For further information contact 020 7637 7172






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