Natuurlijke schoonheid

Welcome at the website of the project:

"Future skills for a better life in Sustainable Salons"

The hairdressing sector in Europe employs more than one million people across 400.000 hairdressing salons, receiving 350 million potential customers. Hairdressing (and barbering) services, together with beauty treatment - the hair and beauty sector as it is called, form the personal services sector. Over the last years the sector has gone through a great deal of changes. The sector often have more affinity with knowledge about their profession then with the other aspects of the business. Attention to labour, sustainability and environment, health and safety, marketing and services are success factors for the future. A lot of these aspect you could share under the label: sustainability & future oriented skills.

In this Erasmus+ project we gather facts through an inventory of the hairdresser's competencies in 2030, the desired situation in a sustainable salon focus on environmental aspects (core of a simple standard), competences needed to reach this situation and research on two diagnostic self-assessment tools to map the current situation on:

1. competence level and measuring the gap on profile and future competences and

2. the gap of the level towards the sustainability system on environment and sustainability in schools (salon).

 

The outcomes of the inventory we will discuss with experts and the results are later on the input for developing the self-assessment tools, the learning material on environment in a sustainable salon and awareness material on sustainability. 

The project works with a final sector conference with student participation along the project. Using the competences of the different partners, their network, the experts, entrepreneurs in the sector and the teachers and students in the conferences and at home in the schools we combine knowledge and perseverance to finalize the task in a good way.

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This project is funded by the European Union.