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Leek salon welcomes new graduate apprentice

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: July 04, 2014

Jodie Bogges, new technician at Francesco Group Leek

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The Francesco Group salon in Leek is delighted to announce that their talented Apprentice, Jodie has successfully completed her qualifications and will be joining the team as a fully trained Technician this summer.

Jodie Bogges has recently completed her NVQ Level 2 and Level 3 in Hairdressing and is due to commence Francesco Group’s eight-week intensive finishing school, Generation NXT. On her eight-week course, Jodie will work with the Group’s Creative Colour Director, Claire Chell to perfect her skills and further her knowledge and expertise in all technical work.

Francesco Group trains over 3,500 hairdressers each year and Jodie has been a regular face at the Bodkin Courtyard salon for the last three years. Throughout her training she has been mentored by Salon Director and In-Salon Trainer, Paula Jones:

“Over the three years Jodie has consistently worked hard at developing her hairdressing skills, but it’s her technical ability where her true strengths lie. Not everyone understands the depth of knowledge needed for colour work, but Jodie has taken to it with a natural talent.

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“Jodie has a real flair and a fearless approach, which is well above the level she should be. I feel very proud of what she has achieved here at the salon and feel this is proof that Apprenticeships really do work! Jodie’s vibrant energy is a pleasure to be around in the salon and she’s already very popular with our clients.”

Jodie commented, “I’m delighted to be starting in a full time technical position at Francesco group Leek. My true passion lies with colour work; you can be so creative with it and there are no limits! You can change your colour as often as you’d like; what’s not to love?!”

Jodie looks forward to welcoming all her current and new clients to the salon. To book an appointment with Jodie, please telephone 01538 372799.

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