Events

If you’re interested in finding out more about Trichology, then TrichoCare and the NHF have a variety of Events created especially for you.

They’re informal, two-hour events run by our TrichoCare team that shine a spotlight on the hair and scalp. What can go wrong, how can you help identify problems, how can you best advise your clients?

They’re fun, interactive, and a great way to learn more about Trichology. Take a look down the page for a list of forthcoming events around the UK, and book online while places last.

Contact us if you would like to request your own event.

Read what hair professionals have said about previous TrichoCare Events.

11 Sep 2017

11 September 2017: Clinical Theory 3 (Lectures 5 & 6) – London

11 Sep 2017
10.00am - 4.00pm

Suitable for

Students of ITEC Level IV Qualification and those wishing to work towards a qualification in Trichology who have already completed the Introduction to Trichology.

Lecture: 5

In this theory only session this Lecture we look at nutrition, the gastrointestinal tract, structures and processes. We take a first look at the main food groups and their broad functions before moving on to macro and micro molecules and their absorption. We then look at the effect nutrition and vitamin deficiencies can have on skin and hair conditions

Lecture: 6

This is the last in this series of lectures and focuses on risk, hazard and their assessment in the workplace, managing chemical substances and the conditions that make for a perfect trichology based setting.

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18 Sep 2017

18 September 2017: Practical & Clinical Lecture – London

18 Sep 2017
10.00am - 4.00pm

Suitable for

Students of ITEC Level IV Qualification and those wishing to work towards a qualification in Trichology who have already completed the Introduction to Trichology.

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25 Sep 2017

25 September 2017- Clinical Theory 3 – Manchester

25 Sep 2017
1.00pm - 4.00pm

Suitable for

Students of ITEC Level IV Qualification and those wishing to work towards a qualification in Trichology who have already completed the Introduction to Trichology.

Lecture: 5

In this theory only session this Lecture we look at nutrition, the gastrointestinal tract, structures and processes. We take a first look at the main food groups and their broad functions before moving on to macro and micro molecules and their absorption. We then look at the effect nutrition and vitamin deficiencies can have on skin and hair conditions

Lecture: 6

This is the last in this series of lectures and focuses on risk, hazard and their assessment in the workplace, managing chemical substances and the conditions that make for a perfect trichology based setting.

Event details
09 Oct 2017

9 October 2017 – Clinical Theory 3 – Milton Keynes

09 Oct 2017
1.00pm - 4.00pm

Suitable for

Students of ITEC Level IV Qualification and those wishing to work towards a qualification in Trichology who have already completed the Introduction to Trichology.

Lecture 5

In this theory only session this Lecture we look at nutrition, the gastrointestinal tract, structures and processes. We take a first look at the main food groups and their broad functions before moving on to macro and micro molecules and their absorption. We then look at the effect nutrition and vitamin deficiencies can have on skin and hair conditions

Lecture: 6

This is the last in this series of lectures and focuses on risk, hazard and their assessment in the workplace, managing chemical substances and the conditions that make for a perfect trichology based setting.

Event details
16 Oct 2017

16 October 2017: Practical & Clinical Lecture – Milton Keynes

16 Oct 2017
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Suitable for

Students of ITEC Level IV Qualification and those wishing to work towards a qualification in Trichology who have already completed the Introduction to Trichology.

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23 Oct 2017

23 October 2017: Clinical Theory 2 (Lectures 3 & 4) – London

23 Oct 2017
10.00am - 4.00pm

Suitable for

Students of ITEC Level IV Qualification and those wishing to work towards a qualification in Trichology who have already completed the Introduction to Trichology.

Lecture 3

In this theory only session this Lecture covers Keratin and how it provides strength and elasticity to the hair, hair type and their origins, peptide bonds and hairstyling techniques, stages of hair growth and the factors that affect it, common infections of the skin scalp – pathogenic, hormonal, autoimmune, physical damage, reactive chemicals and extremes of temperature.

Plus we look at Superficial and deep wound healing and causes of skin damage through mechanical and chemical means.

Lecture: 4

In this theory only session this Lecture covers structures and immunity in the lymphatic system, including inflammation and hypersensitivity and we look at penetration enhancers used in modern cosmetic formulations and how this may affect skin absorption

We then start to look at the endocrine system, its control and pathologies.

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06 Nov 2017

6 November 2017 – Clinical Theory 1 – Manchester

06 Nov 2017
1.00pm - 4.00pm

Suitable for: Students of ITEC Level IV Qualification and those wishing to work towards a qualification in Trichology who have already completed the Introduction to Trichology.

Lecture 1

In our theory session this Lecture includes definitions of anatomy and physiology, states of matter, chemical composition and tissue types

In the practical element students cover consultation, examination and legislation, underpinning the difference between hypothesis and diagnosis and the relevance of prescription.

Lecture 2

In this theory only session this Lecture includes structures and broad functions of hair and its parts in relation to the skin, blood supply to the hair, the integumentary system,male pattern hair loss (genetic basis; progression; hormonal influence and treatment; female and diffuse hair loss) and effects of ageing on the skin. We also look at the cardiovascular system, looking at its components and circulation before moving on to blood pressure and pathologies.

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13 Nov 2017

13 November 2017: Practical & Clinical Lecture – London

13 Nov 2017
10.00am - 4.00pm

Suitable for

Students of ITEC Level IV Qualification and those wishing to work towards a qualification in Trichology who have already completed the Introduction to Trichology.

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20 Nov 2017

20 November 2017 – Clinical Theory 1 – London

20 Nov 2017
1.00pm - 4.00pm

Suitable for: Students of ITEC Level IV Qualification and those wishing to work towards a qualification in Trichology who have already completed the Introduction to Trichology.

Lecture 1

In our theory session this Lecture includes definitions of anatomy and physiology, states of matter, chemical composition and tissue types

In the practical element students cover consultation, examination and legislation, underpinning the difference between hypothesis and diagnosis and the relevance of prescription.

Lecture 2

In this theory only session this Lecture includes structures and broad functions of hair and its parts in relation to the skin, blood supply to the hair, the integumentary system,male pattern hair loss (genetic basis; progression; hormonal influence and treatment; female and diffuse hair loss) and effects of ageing on the skin. We also look at the cardiovascular system, looking at its components and circulation before moving on to blood pressure and pathologies.

Event details
04 Dec 2017

4 December 2017 – Clinical Theory 3 – London

04 Dec 2017
1.00pm - 4.00pm

Suitable for

Students of ITEC Level IV Qualification and those wishing to work towards a qualification in Trichology who have already completed the Introduction to Trichology.

Lecture 5

In this theory only session this Lecture we look at nutrition, the gastrointestinal tract, structures and processes. We take a first look at the main food groups and their broad functions before moving on to macro and micro molecules and their absorption. We then look at the effect nutrition and vitamin deficiencies can have on skin and hair conditions

Lecture: 6

This is the last in this series of lectures and focuses on risk, hazard and their assessment in the workplace, managing chemical substances and the conditions that make for a perfect trichology based setting.

Event details