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Apprenticeship

Charles Worthington Salons are dedicated to coaching the next generation of hairstylists, and offers world class training to its apprentices. You will be trained by some of the top, and most innovative stylists in London, allowing you to learn from the very best and immerse yourself in the industry, learning directly from L'Oréal and GHD. Charles Worthington offers both NVQ Level 2 and 3 training, so you will be able to progress from novice to stylist, all the while being inspired by the amazing work of your mentors. It will take a lot of hard work and dedication, but we're ready if you are!

Send your CV to careers@charlesworthingtonsalons.com

Training

Charles Worthington Salons prides itself on offering the best training available to its apprentices, providing individually crafted training programs for each of its apprentices. We use a successful combination of in-house assessors and trainers, external theory examiners, and industry experts in order to help you to become one of the best stylists and colourists in hairdressing.

Charles Worthington

Apprentice Awards

Each year the apprentices, of every level, get the opportunity to showcase their creativity, skill and talent to some of the biggest names in the industry, including Charles himself, as well as to their mentors, teachers and friends within CW. It's one of the biggest events in the CW calendar, and we work closely with L'Oréal in order to ensure its success. Each year we are inspired by the work of our apprentices, their raw talent and imagination. We continue to aspire to offer the best possible opportunities in the hairdressing community to our apprentices; the Awards are just one way an apprenticeship at CW is like no other.

Charles Worthington

The CW Journey

Case Study - Kat Cunningham

Senior Stylist and Trainee Deputy Manager at Charles Worthington Salons, Percy Street

Started her Apprenticeship in 2009 at the age of 17

Graduated in August 2014

Here she is describing her experience in her own words