Know of any 14 to 18-year-olds who would dream of a career in the Beauty Industry?
Date Posted: 30th November
Categories: General News.
The British Beauty Council’s Future Talent Programme is designed to increase awareness of some of the most exciting careers in beauty and STEM.
Around 65,000 young people take NVQ level 2 and 3 courses in vocational services, but a considerably smaller pool of talent enter the beauty industry as either apprentices or by way of higher education. This is owing to a lack of understanding about the breadth of jobs available across this industry, particularly in regard to the sciences, technology and business.
The beauty industry is rich in STEM-based possibilities. Whether it’s in technology and the creation of next-gen beauty tech, packaging technology for the creation of the next sustainable product dispenser or even developing the next iconic fragrance of a generation, we need young people to realise the potential of picking STEM qualifications at school.
The British Beauty Council needs your help to demonstrate a clear career pathway within beauty that becomes a recognised roadmap to success. It has created four short films covering a diverse range of opportunities in beauty and STEM which will inspire the next generation of beauty geniuses.
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