With a picturesque back drop of Sydney Harbor Bridge, Ella Baché College graduates of 2016 gathered to Luna Park with family, friends and Ella Baché HQ to celebrate. With the canapés flowing and the energy buzzing with excitement, everyone headed to the crystal ballroom where the ceremony was to take place.
The night kicked off with messages of congratulations from the Ella Baché College and Ella Baché CEO, Pippa Hallas. Special guest speaker and award winning Beauty Editor Leigh Campbell took to the stage to congratulate the graduates on their achievement; she spoke of the dynamic, empowering industry they are entering, how high standards and determination will pay off and to aim high as the world of beauty is ever growing; the rewards abundant.
Every year, Ella Baché College has a special group of students who are recognised for their outstanding achievements. A notable mention must be made to Olivia Shiels who took home the Edith Hallas award, presented by CEO Pippa Hallas. The Edith Hallas award is the most coveted award within the college and within the whole Ella Baché Network. This award is given to the student who displays real passion for skin care, is a demonstrated team player, puts others before self, is a self starter/motivator and is well groomed and courteous at all times. The Edith Hallas Award commends the students who add value to the Ella Baché network and for their potential to be an outstanding therapist. Congratulations Olivia, we look forward to hearing about your exciting future prospects!
Graduation marks the start of an exciting career for our graduates and we look forward to welcoming a new group of students in February 2017. If you are interested in a career in beauty therapy, request more info or enrol here.