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Industry Ambassadors Named to Train in Family Violence Support

In tackling the overwhelming national issue that is family violence in Australia, the hair industry is stepping up to use our unique collective experience often as a friend, confidant and regular point of contact to clients who may be suffering. In this endeavor, the Eastern Domestic Violence Service (EDVOS) is conducting a free seminar at Hair Expo in June to train in ways to spot traits of domestic violence in your clients, and now they’ve announced a list of important names whom are on board.

The HaiR-3R’s seminar teaches ways to respond and refer to this epidemic when it comes to your salon. It’s a seminar 380 Aussie hair professionals have taken to date, and it is capable of saving real lives with the relevant expertise, training and positing hairdressers can have.

Twenty hairdressers and influencers are now a part of this program, promoting the program to media and sharing their experience with the training, which will take place at Hair Expo in Sydney on June 10, at 3pm. The three ambassadors are Adrian Panayiotis, Delilah Hair Studio,  Jenni Tarrant, Bond Hair Religion and Zowie Evans, Zowie Evans Hairdressing. Delegates are listed as Bernadette Beswick, Beswick Education Services, Sharon Blain, Sharon Blain Education, Kobi Bokshish, Intershape Hairdressing, Adam Ciaccia, Axis Hairdressing, Steve Corthine, Stevie English Hair, Leanne Cutler, Siren Marketing, Andrea De Deugd, Jacou Hair and Educator, Mia De Vries, The Secret Fox, Kristy Hodgson, Jarahs Hair, Simone Lee, Tyler Reid Hair, Lizzie Liros, Lizzie Liros Education, Pauline McCabe, Rock Paper Scissors, Kristy McKenzie, Secret Salon Society + Salon Pay, Hayley Mears, Six Underground Media, Marie Nieuwoudt, B’Me Salon, Jane Trewin, Box Hill Institute and Zoe Wilde, Zoe Wilde Hair Artistry.

These well-known names are part of something very important and you could be too. It is necessary for you to book your spot in this free seminar, with bookings opening on March 11, so that you can use your hairdressing powers for something truly significant.

For more information visit www.hairexpoaustralia.com

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