• Skilling South Australia

Industry’s fresh approach

Apprentice Felicity Hart at Zink The Element of Hair.

Courtesy of The Advertiser.

A new industry-driven pre-apprenticeship program aims to boost the number of young, would-be hairdressers successfully progressing through training to meet the future demand for stylists.

Minister for Innovation and Skills David Pisoni says hairdressing salons in Adelaide will be involved in recruiting 24 participants to take part in the Clip Joint Education (CJE) Salon Connected Pre-Apprenticeship project.

Clip Joint director Alfredo Cappella says CJE proposed the program to the Government based on salons committing themselves to needing apprentices. During the course, pre-apprentices will train and spend time in salons, with the emphasis on finding a good fit for the worker and salon. Recruiting is underway now.

For more information, visit Clip Joint Education.

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