Hairdressing Lecturers training with Rainbow Room International
Hairdressing lecturers at Glasgow Clyde College recently took part in the first Rainbow Room International (RRI) training programme designed for a Scottish College. The first of four sessions was held at the College’s new £120k salon and was facilitated by RRI salon Director, Adrian Foxworthy.
Julie Wales, Head of Curriculum Hairdressing, Beauty and Complementary therapies, said: “We are so pleased to launch the new training programme with Rainbow Room International. We are committed to making sure our staff receive the very best and latest training available, so they can pass on these techniques to our students.”
Wales continued: “We aim to keep up with industry standards, even the very top hairdressing professionals never stop learning and perfecting their existing skills. This training programme will mean our students will learn the best techniques available, in turn this will create a fantastic legacy of skilled and talented hairdressers graduating from Glasgow Clyde College.”
“It is important that our students are as employable as possible, and so we are adaptable and stay on top of current and future trends, as well as continuing to build strong industry relationships. We’re delighted to have Adrian Foxworthy with us here today and hope to build on our relationship with Rainbow Room International to benefit both our staff and future students.”
Lecturer Vicki McInally, said: “This has been a great opportunity and I’m really looking forward to future sessions. I’ll definitely take forward the skills I’ve learned today into my classes, and hopefully I’ll be contributing to future proofing the standard of hairdressing.”