– Albert Einstein
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.
Shadow with Gay
Imagine learning one-on-one with the industry’s best, out of your clinic environment and solely focussed on transforming your treatment pathways.
Gay Wardle has made this possible.
Imagine gaining new confidence, having the knowledge and the ability to diagnose skin with determination and certainty. This is what I will help you do.
The condition and appearance of our skin is key to our overall wellbeing, it is important that you know the functions of this incredible organ. Gain a greater understanding of the internal factors that affect skin as well as the external, environmental factors that also affect skin.
Education is the key to building confidence in planning treatment programs that deliver results for both you and your clients!
Results will always come from a clear understanding and open communication between you and your client. This will enable you to build a successful relationship based on mutual respect with sustainable results.
Beauty professionals working with skin anatomy must remain on a relentless journey of lifelong learning to ensure that they continually equip themselves with the knowledge and skills that are required to deliver and perform current and cutting edge treatments.
These workshops and courses are designed to provide the participant with this knowledge and these skills.
Who should attend these courses:
- Dermal Therapists
- Beauty Therapists
- Therapists wanting to expand their knowledge
- Therapists returning to the industry after leave
These courses are designed to meet the individual needs of all participants.
Post collegial discussions and mentoring are provided to all workshop participants.
Gay Wardle is a businesswoman, coach, mentor and an internationally recognised speaker and educator. In 2015, she was awarded “Educator of the Year” at the Australian Beauty Industry Awards. Gay’ passion is “skin analysis” and she drives this agenda both nationally and internationally. Through her dedication and commitment to learning and teaching others, Gay has established herself as one of the most respected icons in the illustrious “skin and beauty” industry. Her work as an educator and practitioner was celebrated in 2014 when she was inducted into both the ABIA Hall of Fame and the Reed Exhibition Hall of Fame.