ghd Unveils 2017 Education Offering


Styling experts ghd have launched their education book for 2017, with 12 months of incredible seminars for hairstylists at every level.

ghd education is back and better than ever for 2017, with courses including everything from session styling secrets to trend scouting.

With a stellar line-up of experts, including ghd Ambassador Jayne Wild and new ghd creative director Richard Kavanagh, the 2017 program is set to inspire, move and challenge stylists’ skills.

New to the program in 2017 are multi-award winning names Marie Uva, Danny Pato, Uros Mikic, Mary Alamine and Pauline McCabe, who will deliver the very best in hairdressing education from session styling to business acumen.

From beginners to salon owners, everyone is catered for with this year’s syllabus, which has been handily arranged in four sections to cover all areas. The Learning Zone covers all of the essentials; the styling skills needed to be the best in the business with tricks and techniques to take straight back to the salon floor and be better, instantly.

The Fashion Zone takes things up a notch with cutting-edge techniques to keep stylists ahead of the trends and create catwalk-worthy looks, straight from the runways. These seminars are designed to upgrade those styling and dressing skills to take both salon and photographic work up a notch.

The Inspiration Zone is about just that; getting truly inspired by a panel of incredible guest artists. A sparkling line-up of hairdressing greats will share their expert secrets, techniques and success stories in this series of up-close-and-personal seminars.

Finally, new in 2017 is the Business Zone, designed to take stylists and salon owners on a journey of discovery to transform their business and will support the growth of salon businesses through communication skills, retailing and social media seminars.

Also on the prospectus for 2017 is the one-of-a-kind ghd Live Streaming. Now in its second year, this hairdressing industry first is designed to bring education to the stylist no matter where they are. In 2017, eleven of ghd’s education seminars will be available to view on so stylists everywhere have the opportunity to learn and be inspired by the best in the industry.

Robert Kovacs, ghd Education Manger, Australia and New Zealand, says: “In the 2017 program, there’s truly something for all stylists at every level, with incredible new talent, the program’s designed to showcase four key learning zones, allowing stylists to choose the best seminar that propels their knowledge.”

Want to know more? To book with us directly or for more information, just email or contact your ghd area manager.

– TJ