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|Title:||Kerri Thriving in the Beauty Business|
|Author:||Doncaster College |
|ID & Publication:||20130911025 ~ The-Villager.co.uk |
|Subject:||Business News |
Doncaster College is still enrolling for the upcoming academic year 2013/14, and there are still places available on a number of great courses.
One person who took the step and enrolled last year at Doncaster College was Kerri Anderson. Kerri was working in the Hair and Beauty industry and wanted to develop her skills and take her training to the next level.
She loved it.
Kerri, 21, said, ‘I didn’t like school but I loved College, it’s so grown up and the staff were very supportive and helpful and they believed in me.
It’s one of the best things I’ve done.
I have always had an interest in nails and used to do my friends nails before getting a job in the industry after leaving school.
I worked at Red Ten Nail Bar for a while before deciding to go to College.’
Kerri, from Bennethorpe, Doncaster, completed her Level 3 Beauty Therapy and Level 3 Hair and Media Make-up last year and now runs her own successful ‘Kerri’s Nails and Beauty’ business in Doncaster.
Kerri’s really starting to make a name for her-self and was recently featured in the world-renowned industry magazine ‘Scratch’ where she had a double page spread and she has also been featured in the local press.
Kerri takes great pride in never doing the same nail art twice and so always comes up with something different and as a consequence people trust her and allow her to do her own designs.
Kerri’s dream is to move to the sunshine of Malta and set up her own beauty business. She is already saving hard and hopes to achieve her goal in the next 10 years.
‘I love it there’ she said, ‘I want to move there permanently and set up a thriving business.’
If you want to follow Kerri’s route into the Hair and Beauty industry then there are places left on a number of Hair and Beauty courses at the College. Contact the College on 0800 358 7575 or check out the website www.don.ac.uk for details.
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