Olympia Beauty, autumn’s biggest event for beauty professionals, takes place on Sunday 29 and Monday 30 September at Olympia London. The show, celebrating its fifteenth year, prides itself in bringing the beauty industry together, with a continued focus on education, training and standards.

Education, standards and training is paramount to the development and growth of beauty professionals and the quality of care their clients can expect to receive. In an industry where education is fast-moving and the training arena is constantly developing, the show have made it their mission on this, their fifteenth year, to really bring education opportunities to the show, both free and paid for.

As part of this focus area, they have launched The Education Club; a new feature to Olympia Beauty, offering a wide range of exciting education opportunities. Hosted in the Henley Suites at Olympia London, the three rooms offer a number of educational sessions provided by an incredible panel of beauty brands and educators. These sessions include masterclasses, training sessions and workshops, both free and paid-for.

The brands behind these sessions include Sterex Electrolysis International, Eryca Freemantle, OPI, Lumenis, PRP Labs, Celluma, Sweet Squared, The Creative Beauty Group and Training Solutions Group with session topics including The Vampire Treatment, Aesthetic Electrolysis, Peace, Wellness and Profits and Laser Training, and more.

The show also embraces a brand new stage launch in partnership with Treatwell and the British Beauty Council. Offering two days of exciting panel discussions, live demonstrations and engaging talks on all areas of the beauty industry, the topics of conversation include Building A Brand, How To Create Content, The Beauty Of Tech and so much more, and will be highly educational in their focus.

With speakers including Samuel Sweet of Sweet Squared, Dija Ayodele of the Black Skin Directory, Nicola Elliott of NEOM Organics, David Sines of the JCCP and Stewart Roberts of Haircuts4Homeless, alongside others, yet to be revealed, this is not to be missed! The stage will be free-to-access for all visitors and located on the show floor!

The SMP & PMU Bootcamps is another new feature to Olympia Beauty and has been created for the benefit of those already delivering micropigmentation treatments who wish to develop their skills and learn techniques that will better their client experience. Bringing together more than 20 industry professionals who excel in various areas of the micropigmentation industry, delegates can expect to learn a huge amount from this two day event, with a mix of talks, live demos and question and answer sessions.

Finally, The Olympia Stage, found on the Gallery level of the show, will also be offering free educational content throughout the duration of the show. Some of the headliners for this stage include the educational and very current Oncology Care Panel Discussion featuring Marc Innes, Jennifer Young, Dr Deepa Apte, Tracey Kiernan, Christine Clinton and Gwyn Featonby.

This one hour discussion will inform you around delivering cancer massage to patients and the myths surrounding it. Other talks on this stage include Incorporating Energy Based Therapies Into Your Practice by Shirley O’Donoghue and Non-Invasive Treatment Options For Skin Tightening And Fat Reduction by Dr Brent Tanner.

If you’re a professional or student in the beauty industry, Olympia Beauty is the place to be this autumn! To register for your tickets today go to www.olympiabeauty.co.uk