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    Default Alan D Hairdressing Course Trial/Tester Week

    I heard that there is a trial week at Alan’s D hairdressing course. Has anybody taken the trial week, what are they looking, trialling and where can I get more info about that, would somebody know? I am also wondering if I would have to pay for the test week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinsyL View Post
    I heard that there is a trial week at Alan’s D hairdressing course. Has anybody taken the trial week, what are they looking, trialling and where can I get more info about that, would somebody know? I am also wondering if I would have to pay for the test week.
    They have confidence building course as well as professional courses. You may contact them and enquire about trial week course. The link is :

    Alan d Education - Hairdressing and Barbering Academy tour guide 2010 - YouTube.

    I have not heard of trial week course actually but you may enquire them
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    Usually for other hairdressing courses you don’t have to pay for the trial week, I am not sure about the Alan D Hairdressing course though, so you better contact the company to be sure.

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    Most test places I have seen do not charge. I am not familiar enough with the one you mentioned. I have looked into these options myself but it seems best to just find someone who owns a salon and is willing to train you.
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