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The Milady Education Network provides high-quality business education and technical training in a more accessible manner for both owners and their technicians, so they can use it whenever, and wherever, they see fit.
WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT: From an education standpoint, Milady is proud to be front and center of tens of thousands of future professionals each and every year as they begin their careers. By providing foundational education while in school, and then helping with State Board preparation, we’re then able to take it one step further and be that “constant educational support” as technicians and owners establish a long-term career that requires current and relevant training geared specifically towards their new role as a business professional.
HOW WE WORK: We provide affordable online resources that help owners in areas, such as marketing, operations, sales, branding, staffing, and finance. We also have state-approved continuing education courses that are a huge help in states that require additional training to maintain licensure, as well as general professional opportunities for salon team members. From a technical training standpoint, we’re most excited about new partnerships we’ve established with some of the best talent in the industry including, Jason Backe, Diane Da Costa, Theodore Leaf and John Simpson, featuring them in training videos that can be viewed by anyone in the comfort of their own home or on the go!
CATCH US AT: miladyednet.com. With thousands of subscribers so far, there’s something for everyone.
SMART TALK: What constitutes “education” can have varying interpretations, depending on the person being asked. It’s not always about how far you travel, how much you spend, or whether it’s done in person or not; but about what you took from it, are you applying what you learned, and whether or not it has helped you or not. As long as you’re taking the necessary steps to expand your base of knowledge, as well as that of your team’s, then you’re going in the right direction.
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