Aspiring presenters, artists, teachers, educators, salon owners and stylists gather for an intense two days of mentoring by the industry’s most experienced educator.
Boasting guaranteed results this class focuses on how to deliver training and powerful presentations in any environment – from the salon and classroom to the stage, driving the importance of having solid knowledge in their content too.
“I developed this program as I believe our industry needs confident, skilled educators who can share their knowledge. Coaching other educators has a ripple effect; it’s bigger than just one person!” Says Tracey.
“The real success of the Teacher Training program is the ability to amalgamate method, knowledge, and delivery that instills great confidence into the participants.”
The THedu Teaching Training program continues to receive much industry praise, with record-breaking numbers at this year’s Melbourne class; the biggest THedu Teacher Training class ever held!
After hugely successful classes in Perth and Melbourne, an extra date in Sydney has been added to the calendar this year due to such huge demand.
“I have been educating for 20 years and learnt more in two days with Tracey than ALL the training courses I have ever attended.” – Jude Dierden, Identified Hair, WA
Young guns and future industry superstars Jessie McAllister from Mieka Hairdressing and Amelia Colley from Suki attended. The girls, both finalists for 2015 Apprentice of the Year, wanted to gain confidence to deliver their first ever presentation on the Main Stage at Hair Expo!
“To witness the personal development of each individual during the two days is quite astounding. The amount of positive feedback we have received is overwhelming and heartwarming,” says Tracey.
Industry powerhouse L’Oréal has also reaped the benefits of this program by engaging Tracey to customize content for the L’Oréal Group. After facilitating Teacher Training to the internal L’Oréal crew at their national conference in Byron Bay, Tracey followed next up with a team of over 60 L’Oréal Guest Artists at their Collaborate Conference in Sydney.
“The group had lots of fun with Tracey and found her to be very approachable while challenging them to move out of their comfort zone. Tracey was fully committed to L’Oréal’s success and the outcome was extremely empowering for everyone.” – Debbie Biddle, National Field Education Manager, L’Oréal Professional.
Tracey believes that education is an on-going journey and with extensive global experience and formidable credentials it is no wonder that people just cannot get enough of her innovative education programs. A true industry ambassador Tracey’s selfless devotion will ensure sustainability for future industry growth.
Want to know more? Check out www.traceyhughes.com.au