Coleg Cambria Hairdressing student and members of staff returned to college after enjoying afternoon tea at the House of Commons.
Following from Jurgita’ Allen’s double success at winning Hair Council Student of the Year 2017 in two consecutive years, she was again invited to the Hair Council Annual Afternoon Tea at the House of Commons on Monday 12th June.
Deputy Director of Curriculum for Hair and Beauty, Julie Guzzo who was also invited along to speak about the importance of pre-registration for young people said: “Coleg Cambria led the way in Wales by becoming the first college to register all of its staff as State registered hairdressers and are piloting a scheme to support the hair council to pre-register its students.”
Julie’s speech outlined the importance the College attaches to mandatory registration for the industry engaging young people with The Hair Council and its cause as early as possible into their careers.
She also spoke about the benefits this brings for the College as well as for young people and how regulating the industry will improve the public’s perception of our industry.
Pictured (L-R) Julie Guzzo (Coleg Cambria), Patrick Cameron, Jurgita Allen (student ,Coelg Cambria), Hilary Davies-Griffiths (Coleg Cambria).