The World Federation of Hair and Beauty Schools was established in 1962 with a commitment to quality training to meet the needs of the hairdressing industry.
The role of the World Federation is to promote and certify quality training in hairdressing that is recognised internationally, allowing Diploma holders to travel and work around the world.
As a member of the World Federation and with its Diploma graduates receiving World Federation Diplomas, the David Marshall School is part of an international network of hairdressing schools.
The curriculum, teaching, assessments and standards of the David Marshall School are accredited by the World Federation and all Diploma students follow the certification assessment regime as laid down by the World Federation to complete and graduate from the course. The certificates awarded are World Federation endorsed.
Through the World Federation, the Diploma course is recognised by the Hairdressing Council Statutory Body for meeting registration requirements in the UK. In addition, the Diploma is recognised internationally, which allows Diploma holders to travel widely and progress their hairdressing careers.
For more information on the World Federation of Hair and Beauty Schools visit www.wfhbs.co.uk