10% discount for British Beauty Council members on MASCED online training course

by | Apr 2, 2020

If you are a beauty therapist/hairdresser currently wanting to brush up on new skills… perhaps consider how a course in Melanoma and Skin Cancer Early Detention could help you and your clients when we go back to work.

Developed by national skin cancer charity and British Beauty Council affiliate, SkcinMASCED (Melanoma and Skin Cancer Early Detection) is an innovative, online training programme, that harnesses the power of beauty industry professionals, by teaching them how to spot the early signs and symptoms of skin cancer and save lives.

The objective of the MASCED programme is to facilitate the provision of effective training, with quality printed and on-line resources, enabling beauty industry professionals to up-skill and integrate this knowledge into their everyday practice, adding value to the British beauty industry and the local communities in which they operate.

Knowledge is power and SKCIN are working to harness the power of hair and beauty industry professionals nationwide, by TRAINING EYES TO SAVE LIVES and in recognising the value we add to the communities in which we operate.

The MASCED online training programme takes around 2 hours, it can be done in your own time, on any device and you will receive quality printed resources to assist you.

The course costs £20 and British Beauty Council members receive a 10% discount using the following voucher code: BBC2020

To find out more and register for the course here: MASCED.UK

All money derived from the training is ploughed back into the charity to support their work. 

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