The Beauty Guild guides Hair & Beauty Experts on Safe Re-opening

by | May 18, 2020

The Beauty Guild are the biggest UK trade body for the professional beauty industry, with over 25 years of experience in protecting their members. They have now provided their 16,000 members with a free online training course to help them to safely re-open their beauty and hair salons as soon as Government allows.

The recently launched Guild Training International (GTi) COVID-19 Infection Prevention & Control Course has already been completed by over 11,500 beauty and hair professionals. Rebecca Archer, Beauty Guild Director says:

“Our new Coronavirus Infection Prevention & Control online course has been written specifically for owners of beauty, nail, holistic and hair salons, including home-based and mobile therapists. It explains what COVID-19 is, how it is spread and what practical steps therapists can take to keep themselves and their clients safe when they are allowed to re-open. The course takes hair and beauty business owners through a checklist of the things they need to consider and the possible changes they will need to implement prior to re-opening to the public. A downloadable template is then provided for business owners to create their own Coronavirus Infection Prevention & Control Policy.”

Beauty Guild Member Elaine Stephen adds:

“I had to arm myself with as much information as I could get, so I went through my insurers, The Beauty Guild, and decided to do their course on the Coronavirus, which was amazing… I now feel I am forearmed with a lot of information and have set my own protocols for clients for when I can open.”

Course Details
The GTi Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Prevention & Control Course is £20 or free when you join The Beauty Guild for membership and insurance.

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