Cosmetology

In addition to credentialing, the Cosmetology program offers specialized training for students interested in the area of competitions. Skills Canada provides an excellent venue for students to show their personal creativity and skills to the industry at large. The competitions include hairstyling, hair cutting and colouring and competitors are recognized locally, nationally and internationally.  

We also provide specialized training for students who want to compete in industry tradeshows which allows them to show their creativity and network with industry leaders. They can choose to enter the New Talent category or Makeup category. This is an amazing opportunity for students who like the competitive arena and want to keep current with industry changes and trends and build their social media presence. For information on the competitions, visit the Allied Beauty Association which organizes the events.

Competitions

Cosmetology

In addition to credentialing, the Cosmetology program offers specialized training for students interested in the area of competitions. Skills Canada provides an excellent venue for students to show their personal creativity and skills to the industry at large. The competitions include hairstyling, hair cutting and colouring and competitors are recognized locally, nationally and internationally.  

We also provide specialized training for students who want to compete in industry tradeshows which allows them to show their creativity and network with industry leaders. They can choose to enter the New Talent category or Makeup category. This is an amazing opportunity for students who like the competitive arena and want to keep current with industry changes and trends and build their social media presence. For information on the competitions, visit the Allied Beauty Association which organizes the events.

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