White Rose Beauty Colleges Sheffield to offer fully funded courses for the unemployed

19th August 2021

White Rose Beauty Colleges Sheffield are recruiting now for anyone unemployed, for fully-funded training in Beauty Therapy, Nail Services and Hair & Media Makeup.

Unemployed individuals have access to receive the course fee, uniform and kit fully funded through the Growth Company – meaning there is no cost to them for doing the course of their choice. 

Courses include:

  • Level 2 Beauty Therapy – Tuesdays and Thursdays 9.30am – 4pm starting 28th September 2021 (13 weeks fast track)
  • Level 2 Nail Services – Thursdays and Fridays 9.30am – 4pm starting 30th September 2021 (13 weeks fast track)
  • Level 2 Hair and Media Makeup – Friday 9.30am – 4pm starting 1st October 2021 (24 weeks)

Courses are taught in White Rose Beauty's centre of excellence in Sheffield City Centre (Orchard House, Leopald Street, Sheffield City Centre, S1 2GY)

Due to this incredible offer, Tim Curbbun is currently offering appointments for charities and anyone dealing with unemployed individuals, to tour the college and discuss opportunities as business links. 

To book or find out more email Tim.Curbbun@WhiteRoseBeautyColleges.co.uk.

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