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MHD in Cambodia – Hairdressing Education that Transforms Lives

MHD - July 7, 2019 Hairdressing Education

MHD in Cambodia – Hairdressing Education that Transforms Lives

Founded in 2013 by French NGO Toutes à l’école, Happy Chandara Vocational Training Centre in Cambodia provides underprivileged women aged 17 to 25 with free hairdressing education – giving them the skills, confidence, support and opportunity to launch their careers and transform their lives.

We’ve been proud supporters of the centre since January 2019, providing free MHD licences to all tutors and students. Humbling and inspirational, Happy Chandara is a centre of excellence – it’s a true privilege to be in a position to give back by supporting this incredible cause – read more

Playlist Sharing Goes Live

MHD - June 3, 2019 MHD Playlist

Playlist Sharing Goes Live

We’re committed to leveraging the latest technology to keep our unique e-learning platform for hairdressers and barbers ahead of the curve. Which is why we’re delighted to announce that our playlist sharing functionality is now live.

Playlist has been attracting high levels of publicity throughout the industry since its launch in December 2018. Straight off the back of that success, our latest technology roll out makes it easy for you to share your playlists of MHD tutorials with students, salon staff or colleagues – read more

The good, the bad and the ugly of hairdressing apprenticeships

Sarah Oglesby - May 22, 2019 Hairdressing Education, Salon & Business Advice

The good, the bad and the ugly of hairdressing apprenticeships

It’s that time when we hand over the blogging reins to our Global Ambassador, Edward Hemmings of Alan d Hairdressing Education. This month, he’s turning his focus to apprenticeships from an employer’s perspective.

The wrong kind of apprentice employer…

I’m always on the hunt for like-minded employers to build partnerships with. It’s brilliant – and incredibly encouraging – when you encounter someone who shares your approach and excitement about the potential of apprenticeship schemes.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t happen all the time – read more