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The Hair and Barber Council' 

Set up by an Act of Parliament in 1964, the Hair Council enables hairdressers to apply to become State Registered. But while state registration is mandatory for doctors, nurses, dentists and several other professions, hairdressers can register voluntarily. The Hair Council has two main aims: firstly to increase the number of hairdressers who join the UK Register of Qualified Hairdressers on a voluntary basis.

Our other key objective is to bring about a parliamentary debate followed by a statutory change so that all practicing hairdressers will need to be registered in order to work in the UK.

In order to achieve our goals and to provide advice and support to registered hairdressers, the 17 members of the Hair Council, which includes MPs, doctors, representatives from the major product manufacturers, salon owners and business owners, meet quarterly to discuss ways to progress. There are also Steering Group Committees in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland  which meet a couple of times a year and help to push forward the campaign for registration; and a Barber Council which represents the barbering industry and campaigns for registration of all barbers. To find out more visit the Hair and Barber Council  website at https://www.haircouncil.org.uk/

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Together we can make a difference and save lives. 

The MASCED accreditation programme has been developed by national skin cancer charity ‘Skcin’ to educate beauty industry professionals on the detection of suspicious lesions that may be observed on their clients skin. The objective of the accreditation is to raise awareness of the early signs and symptoms of the UK’s most common and fastest rising cancer and promote the early detection of melanoma to improve prognosis and save lives. To register for free resources and complete the accreditation e-course visit MASCED.UK  

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Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) is the only international cancer support charity that helps women and teenagers manage the visible side effects of cancer treatment.

Our free confidence boosting skincare and make-up Workshops and Masterclasses are held across the UK for women undergoing treatment for any type of cancer. Led by LGFB Beauty Volunteers, the sessions are an opportunity to meet others in a similar situation whilst being taught vital skills such as how to draw on missing eyebrows and eyelashes.We’ve also created lots of online tutorials for those who are unable to attend one of our sessions or who would like some extra advice. For more information please visit our website lookgoodfeelbetter.co.uk

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Unseen work directly with survivors of modern slavery and trafficking. Signs of slavery and trafficking are often hidden, which can make it hard to identify victims. It is important that frontline professionals, community groups and individuals learn to recognise the signs of a trafficked person and are equipped to know how to respond. For more information please take a look at the unseen uk website HERE.

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