Don’t Be A Beauty School Drop-Out

May 4, 2014
Rebecca Judd, beauty, beauty tips, beauty school, beauty career, education

Model, WAG and new mum Rebecca Judd is about to change the beauty education landscape with the launch of independent beauty school, Beauty EDU. A passionate advocate of the beauty industry, she sees the school as a great way to share her knowledge and an opportunity to continue learning from the renowned industry experts offering the benefit of their experience directly to students.

After working in the industry for many years, Rebecca believes the beauty and makeup career path doesn’t receive the respect it deserves. She says:

“I’ve seen first hand how highly skilled the best in this field are. Beauty EDU’s unique offering – creating the next generation of luminary industry experts – really appealed to me.”

Beauty EDU’s education model moves away from the traditional approach to teaching and training students in favour of developing skills immediately applicable to the modern beauty industry. Rebecca explains: 

“Our model is built on two key pillars; real industry requirements and ‘hands on’ practical learning. From an industry perspective, we’re really excited to have some of the country’s most talented and renowned beauty specialists on board as advisors, ambassadors and lecturers.”

At the heart of each campus is a beautifully designed, fully-functional salon, giving students an opportunity to service real clients and receive hands-on industry experience. The aim is to inspire students to have creative vision, the most up-to-date skills and more importantly, the business acumen and professional rigour needed to enter the workforce and become leaders in their field.

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