What’s next after GCSE’s?

If this is the career for you, a hairdressing apprenticeship is the best path to achieve your goals & become a successful stylist!

Easter is storming upon us, as are the GCSE exams! It’s this time of year that we begin our search for our newcomers of 2020! Now is the time to claim a career of creativity, passion & enthusiasm on our hairdressing apprenticeship scheme!

Apprenticeships vs College Courses

If you are serious about a career in hairdressing, an apprenticeship is the best way to achieve it. You will gain invaluable knowledge & experience whilst working in a salon which you will not get in any full-time college course. Following an apprenticeship scheme successfully will also almost guarantee you a stylist position in one of our salons.

Why MAJOR?

Love your job and you’ll never work a day in your life… Our team is the foundation of our company and we love coming in everyday. Working with us will provide you with ample opportunity to excel yourself & achieve things you never thought you would. As well as our in-house training programme, you will learn outstanding people skills & customer service, transferable attributes into any industry. As well as this we reward our team with an extra week of paid holiday & time for yourself over the Christmas period, to provide a much better work/life balance.

Working for MAJOR will also provide you with the opportunity to enter national & international industry competitions. Though these are not mandatory, this will build your reputation within hairdressing, thus furthering your career should you choose to move into the world of session styling. Check out some of our most recent TrendVision entries here…

To see more of our salons, team & work, follow us on instagram @majorhairdressing…

MAJOR Team Image

 

Careers

For applications or more information, head over to our careers page or email [email protected]

Please attach a copy of your CV & your predicted grades to all applications.

 

Thank you for reading & good luck this summer!

Ralph Major.