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We're Taking Referrals for New Youth Employability Programme "Style"

Impact Arts are now taking referrals for our new Creative Pathways employability programme, Style. This is an Opportunities For All course.

It’s for:

• Young people aged 16-19

• Living within the Glasgow boundary

Young people will:

• Learn technical skills in hair styling, make-up artistry, photography,

editing and much more

• Build an eye catching portfolio and work on photoshoots

• Experience work placements, gain confidence working with clients

and get help finding a job

4 days per week

• Young people will be given an allowance and bus pass.

Qualified tutors Jane Hamilton and Heather Gault run successful hair and makeup artistry business Smujj and have worked with Vivienne Westwood, STV, Electric Frog Festival and Club Noir amongst others. Passionate about all things glitz and glamour, the tutors are excited to share their skills with Glasgow’s up and coming young stylists. Please see the attached flier for more information.

Please note we are also recruiting for our “Home” Product and Furniture Design and Manufacture and for our “Eco Chic” Fashion Design and Retail programmes.

If you would like to refer a young person contact: Angela Anderson on 0141 575 3001 or e-mail aanderson@impactarts.co.uk.

Please note there is no new paperwork for the course as yet so please use existing Employability Fund paperwork. Interviews will commence on 21.10.13.

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