To volunteer at sessions, we do need people that have a beauty qualification or experience in the industry. If you don’t have this, we are always looking for people to help at events, raise money and generate awareness - take a look at the Confidence Club page to find out more.
It helps us if you can commit to a minimum of three workshops a year. However we do understand that this might be too much for some people, just let us know when you sign up.
Masterclasses were set up to enable us to reach out to smaller communities that aren’t currently covered by the Workshop Programme. We ask Masterclass attendees to provide their own colour products. A set of skincare products will be available for people to share hygienically.
Each session runs for two hours.
We like our volunteers to dress smart/casual, definitely no ripped jeans! We ask all our volunteers to wear a LGFB tabard which is provided on the day.
No, you don’t need to bring anything with you, everything you need will be provided on the day.
We understand that not everyone wants to present, so make sure you discuss this with the Regional Co-ordinator and the other volunteers, before the session starts.
LGFB does not pay for parking or travel as we work with over 2,000 volunteers and we simply do not have the budget to pay for this. We apply for free parking through all the medical partners we work with, but sadly many are not able to provide this. Those that do will make sure your parking tickets are validated at the Workshops. We recommend that public transport is taken whenever possible.
If you have a colleague who is interested in becoming a volunteer and you’d like to take to a session with you, then please make sure you call LGFB head office on 01372 747500 or email email@example.com to check and see if there are any spare places left. LGFB caps the number of people attending its Workshops and Masterclasses as too many people in the room can be overwhelming for our ladies.
No, LGFB is product neutral and does not allow its volunteers to promote and endorse any one product/brand/service. You can talk about a type of product generically if you think there is one that will help. For example, an eye lash serum can be recommended but not one brand recommended above others.
If attendees ask you then yes but you must not look to actively promote your business in a Workshop or Masterclass.
This is not possible as it comes under product/brand/service promotion. LGFB is product neutral and does not allow any type of brand endorsements.