Welcome a new education package from MIG, titled The Craft Exposed, and made as a method to train trainers themselves via workshops and video tutorials aimed at salon trainers and seniors. The professional development program offers cutting and training skills, as well as important trends and tricks to elevate their team and keep them on the front line of education. The program is an additional service to the education brand, but also ensures methodology is consistent across the board.
“Our observations with our salon clients over the years indicated that they are so busy training their salon teams that they forget about their own professional development,” said Anthony Gray of MIG Training. “At MIG we greatly value the business and relationships we have with our salon clients, so we are proud to announce that apart from the cost of a headblock, this program is absolutely FREE for MIG salons. THE CRAFT EXPOSED is essential for all in salon trainers, mentors and seniors who are responsible for training emerging stylists and building the skills of the team.”
The program showcases skills that pertain to the craft of cutting, such as layered, solid and graduated cuts, in full day workshops, and online, step-by-step resources. The first workshop was held in Match and conducted by managers from Epic Hair Designs, Pia Jeffries of Essentail Glamour, Shella Thornton of Clippy T’s Barbershop, Rose from Dorothy Jean Hair and Sandy from Sueshel Hair & Beauty, teaching technical skills and leadership qualities to rousing feedback. Classes in July and November are to follow, and students have so far found the course clear, easy to understand and extremely salon relevant.
Get involved in a course that makes you a better hairdresser and a better leader – it’s never too late to learn more.
For more information visit www.migtraining.com.au
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