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Professional Beauty Association & Milady Expand BeautyU

by CurlStylist on Monday, November 14, 2011

To continue expanding its array of educational opportunities for its membership and the industry, the Professional Beauty Association (PBA) is proud to announce a strategic partnership with Milady, a provider of leading beauty and wellness solutions to help support beauty professionals in personal career development and overall business success for more than 80 years.

This partnership will enhance PBA’s online and on-demand education program, BeautyU, which is targeted to manufacturers, distributors, salon/spa owners and licensed professionals. By working with Milady, PBA will be able to expand the amount and array of top-notch education on topics, including marketing, finance, operations, leadership, safety guidelines, new style techniques, human resources and more. The menu of offerings will include online classes, live and archived webinars, CDs/DVDs and books.

In addition, by partnering with Milady, PBA will also be able to expand its on-site classes and training sessions at PBA’s family of events, including the International Salon and Spa Expos (ISSE) in Long Beach and the Chicago area along with PBA Beauty Week in Las Vegas.

“PBA is continually working to ensure that our members and the industry have access to first-rate and relevant education that helps drive personal and business success.” states Jessi Marshall, PBA’s Director of Industry Programs & Education. ”With the Milady educational partnership, we firmly believe we have the most comprehensive educational offerings available for the beauty industry.”

The offerings provided by BeautyU in partnership with Milady are available for PBA members and non-members; although PBA members receive a substantial discount.

Wondering what courses you can take? Access PBA’s educational offerings.

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