‘Exciting’ new role for beauty apprentice

PUBLISHED: 14:00 02 March 2016

Charlotte Rogers has been employed as an apprentice beauty therapist at thespa.

Charlotte Rogers has been employed as an apprentice beauty therapist at thespa.

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A Weston College student has spoken of her pride at gaining an apprenticeship at an ‘amazing’ North Somerset beauty spa.

Charlotte Rogers, aged 18, has been taken on as an apprentice beauty therapist at thespa at DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House, in Congresbury. She has already achieved an NVQ 2 qualification in beauty therapy and will train for her NVQ 3 qualification while working at thespa.

Charlotte said: “To be able to carry out my qualifications at a spa like this one is amazing.

“The customer service and the treatments available here are second-to-none, so I’m really lucky to be learning from the team.

“I love being able to pamper people and make them feel special and I’m really looking forward to trying out some of the new technology the spa has invested in, including the electrical facial.

“The extension has just been completed too, so it’s a really exciting time to work here.”

Spa manager Amy Weston said: “We’re so pleased to have Charlotte joining our growing team. Her hard work, passion and enthusiasm is already proving a winning combination and her attention to detail when looking after clients is brilliant.

“thespa offers some of the best treatments in the area and we really pride ourselves on providing every customer with a relaxing, rejuvenating and luxurious break. We are only able to do this by employing the very best team members so we’re pleased that Charlotte is doing so well.

“It’s also great to be able to support a local apprenticeship scheme.”


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