- October 30, 2021
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The QHotels Collection has announced the formation of a new Spa Academy which will see the creation of new positions across the group and training and qualifications for existing spa, beauty and wellbeing practitioners.
The academy will launch on 1 November.
As part of the academy, 10 apprentices have been chosen. They will gain a ‘Wellbeing and Holistic Therapy’ qualification in a partnership with International Beauty and Holistic Academy and Elemis.
In addition, The QHotels Collection Spa Academy will help those already working in the industry to gain more professional qualifications which will be recognised in the UK and abroad.
Each member of The QHotels Collection Spa team will have a personalised development pathway programme to help them to become experts in the field of wellness, treatments and holistic therapies.
Sarah Abercrombie, founder, commented: “I wanted to create an academy that would encourage new people in to Spa and Wellbeing and fast track them in to a professional qualification. I wanted to create a system that would offer personal development and training to more certification for existing practitioners.”
Julie Speed, director of the IBHA, said: “It is important that everyone on this unique programme is encouraged to explore and discover new ways to work on both a personal plan to encourage wellbeing management but also to understand more fully the needs of guests at the hotel.
Sarah Bacon, Elemis Head of UK Spa and Salon, added: “This is such an exciting partnership for us. We are providing a unique and dynamic personal career pathway development especially for The QHotels Collection Spa team. But this also means a unique experience for hotel guests.”
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