Enterprising learners will be able to brush up on their skills once again when Coventry College’s Salon Fifty reopens in April.
Learners have been looking forward to a long-awaited return to the salon which opens its doors to the public from April 19th.
The salon, which delivers a range of hair and beauty treatments, gives learners on hair and beauty programmes the opportunity to develop their skills in a live working environment which offers the same high quality services as high street hairdressers.
Hair and beauty salons in England are all set to reopen from April 12th under government guidance as lockdown restrictions start to ease.
Based at the College’s City campus, Salon Fifty is open for morning, afternoon and evening sessions.
Learners are able to develop a range of treatment skills for services including haircuts, barbering, colouring, manicures, pedicures and facials.
Trainees are supervised at all times by qualified tutors who have vast experience in the hair and beauty industry.
Lorna Atkins, Salon Fifty Manager, said: “We’re really looking forward to the reopening of Salon Fifty along with many other salons up and down the country.
“It will be great to see our regular customers again, and welcome new ones, and the hands-on salon experience that our learners will benefit from again is essential for them.
“As their studies have been limited to remote learning for a long period of time, it will be great for them to have these practical opportunities again to develop their skills.”