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The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) has appointed Habia to deliver key training and business development services to the UK's hair and beauty sector.

UKCES named the group as preferred provider of "universal services", including National Occupational Standards; apprenticeship frameworks; and qualification-related activities.

Habia secured the UKCES deal, which covers a minimum three-year period starting 1 April, following a comprehensive commissioning process that took place last year.

Alan Goldsbro, chief executive officer of Habia, said: "This is great news for the hair and beauty sector as it shows that the development of qualifications and standards for our industries is of national importance.

"It is particularly good news for hair and beauty employers, who need staff and new recruits with constantly updated skills to make an impact on the bottom line in these difficult times."

Habia's bid for the universal services contract was part of a collaborative partnership with four other sector bodies, including SkillsActive and People 1st.

Details: www.habia.org

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The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) has appointed Habia to deliver key training and business development services to the UK's hair and beauty sector.
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