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Learn from the pulse of the industry

Many leading stylists and industry professionals have been chose to contribute to this course because of their specialized skills in certain areas. You’ll find their wealth of experience gives you invaluable insight into every tiny aspect of the industry.

A professional stylist, currently working within the industry and familiar with your styling interests, is assigned as your tutor to assist you throughout the course. It is a condition of College employment that your tutor is a successful, top-notch working professional.

Practical knowledge to set you ahead of the pack

This stylist course is not only structured to teach you the techniques of freelance styling. It’s also intended to help you obtain clients and see you get paid for your professional efforts. At the end of this course you will know how to work as a stylist in a huge range of areas for the thousands of individuals, fashion companies, advertising agencies, television networks, magazine and Internet publishers and retail outlets that require the help of a professional stylist.

Further, you’ll know how to profit from all the other less-known but highly lucrative areas of freelance styling. For example, image consultancy, food styling, room set styling, colour analysis and catalogue styling. You’ll even discover how to work with animals.

There is an insatiable demand for professional freelance styling. 99% of advertising agencies, fashion and lifestyle magazines, TV shows, business and corporate identities and celebrities rely heavily on freelance stylists. Their work is used in catalogues, brochures, magazines, TV commercials, live concerts, TV programming, public relations and by people requiring a particular ‘image’.