In recent months the demand and opportunities for teaching online have massively increased.

With the easier accessibility of digital and social media platforms, it has never been a better time to take your first steps into the becoming an online hair educator. But in such a competitive landscape of thousands and thousands of hairdressers and barbers across the world wanting to make it online as a hair educator, how are you going to standout above all the noise and get your education noticed?

Joining me to shed light on how you can make it as an online hair educator is the brilliant, Chris Moody.

With some of hairdressing best trainers and educators trained by Chris on how to educate and present, we are going to explore the barriers required to teaching online and how to create an interactive, energised and engaged learning experience. It’s a podcast that all wannabe and seasoned professional hair educators must listen to.

With over 30 years experience in delivering seminars, hosting and creating workshops and stepping into the spotlight on main stages, Chris has earned a reputation as a forward-thinker with a flair for teaching and inspiring.  With all this experience Chris  has taken on the role of coaching and mentoring other artists and developing them for teaching online, in classrooms and main stage presentations. And thats why I’m super-charged to chat to him today on how you can make it as an online hair educator.


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Today’s Guest

Dynamic and energetic, Chris Moody enjoys an exciting schedule of work on the world-wide hairdressing arena. He facilitates a wide range of courses both in the UK and USA developing and coaching other educators and platform artists.

Show notes:

Heres some of what we cover in todays episode with Chris.

  • Start: Show intro.
  • 07 min 20 sec: Why being a hairdressing educator is so popular.
  • 09 min 55 sec: A South Yorkshire lad from a family of hairdressers.
  • 17 min 23 sec: Teach to transfer and solution focused training.
  • 19 min 44 sec: To teach to learn.
  • 21 min 14 sec: Facilitator.
  • 22 min 50 sec: Chris Camp.
  • 27 min 33 sec: Digital education through interaction.
  • 31 min 11 sec: How to start to becoming an online educator.
  • 33 min 56 sec: Can anyone be a teacher.
  • 37 min 23 sec: Should you share free content.
  • 39 min 07 sec: Learn something new.
  • 41 min 07 sec: What should you be teaching?
  • 47 min 49 sec: Do you need a big audience.


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