Why Choose 3 Counties Hair Academy?
Why Are We The Best Training Academy For Salons & Stylists?
3 Counties Hair Academy in Hereford has an excellent reputation, a history of producing first-class stylists and apprentices, and a 100% pass rate from an accredited awarding body.
Our training centre was originally under the name of Avant Garde Hair Salons (previously Peter Prosser) which has a 15-year history in training the hairdressing superstars of the future. Our success has led us to open the 3 Counties Hair Academy which focuses purely on the training side of the business.
We have a strong team of Assessors and Internal Quality Assurers who deliver all that is required for students to obtain their grades. We also work closely with our training partners at Riverside Training, and our awarding body, City & Guilds.
We pride ourselves on high standards and are committed to working with every apprentice and stylist to ensure they pass their courses and are confident to showcase their skills on a busy salon floor.
Free Training Courses
Many of our courses are either fully or partially funded by the Government which means we can offer training to people of all ages and facing different circumstances, even for those who are unemployed.
For more information on which hairdressing or barbering course is best for you, please complete the form below.
Our training division is entirely separate to Avant Garde Hair Salons and we have absolutely no intention of employing any apprentices or stylists you enrol into our academy.
In fact, we will provide you with a written contract that guarantees Avant Garde Hair Salons will NOT employ your trainees or stylists while they are still under your employment.
Funding For Apprentices
We work closely with Riverside Training who provide support, training, and access to funding to ensure stylists, barbers and apprentices receive the highest quality of training possible.
Riverside Training are an established, proven, training provider with a wealth of industry knowledge and experience since 1996.