Heart of England Training is an Ofsted Grade 1 Outstanding training provider who deliver flexible apprenticeships and training across a number of subjects including Beauty Therapy, Hairdressing, Nail Services, Customer Service, Business Administration, Marketing, Team Leading, Management & Leadership, IT and Warehousing.
Due to continued growth and increasing popularity of their successful training programmes, Heart of England Training are pleased to announce that they have moved to a brand new, purpose built, training centre in Rugby, conveniently located across the road from their previous premises on Railway Terrace.
The new centre can be found at the Temple Buildings on Railway Terrace, and boasts a large contemporary hair salon fully stocked with premium Wella professional hair products. Upstairs you will find a modern Beauty Therapy room fitted out with 10 treatment beds, to provide services ranging from waxing, tinting and electrolysis, manicures and pedicures, Dermalogica facials and massages.
In addition to the commercial salon areas, where their learners are able to provide treatments and services to clients as part of their training, there is also a new ICT suite for all students and further facilities for IT and Business related training courses as well as a communal kitchen and common room.
To book in for a treatment, where prices start from as little as £3, contact the salon direct on: 01788 544146.
To find out more about enrolling on one of their outstanding post-16 courses that you can join throughout the year, visit www.hoet.co.uk or come along to their Open Event on 22nd February at the new Railway Terrace Training Centre.
Lynette Crane, Rugby Centre Manager for Heart of England Training said:
“We are thrilled to have been able to move into a new centre for the New Year. Our Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy courses have continued to grow in popularity, meaning that we have more and more learners and an expanding client base to accommodate. I’m so pleased with how the new centre has turned out and the feedback we have received so far has been fantastic. I can’t wait to hold our first Open Event here in half term and would urge anyone aged 16 or over who is considering their career options to come along and talk to us on Weds 22nd February.”