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NEEDLING TRAINING


SKIN • Introduction to


SKIN NEEDLING, DERMAL ROLLER SRTM & BEAUTY ROLLER


• Hands-on experience • Salon starting pack • Post-training support


• Training certificate (Recognised by major insurance companies)


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...rolling into your salon


41 Moscow Road, Bayswater, London W2 4AH


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By law, you need to be licensed to play music in your salon.


You probably haven’t thought much about it. You’ve just got music on for your staff or customers. But did you know you need permission from the music’s copyright owners if you play music, TV or


radio aloud


at work? It’s the law. But don’t worry, to get that permission you simply need a licence from PRS for Music* (and in most cases, one from PPL**


too). PRS for Music is a not-for-profit organisation that acts on behalf of


songwriters and composers to ensure they’re paid for the use of their work. So if you have music playing, ask PRS for Music how you become licensed to listen today.


Contact PRS for Music on 0800 694 7337 or at prsformusic.com/musicatwork


*PRS for Music licences cover the vast majority of music originating from the UK and all over the world. However, if you play music that is outside of PRS for Music’s control, you may need an additional licence from the relevant copyright owner(s). You will require a TV licence as well if you are using a TV in your premises. You do not need a licence from PRS for Music in the unlikely event that all the music you play is out of copyright or is not controlled by PRS for Music. **PPL collects and distributes royalties on behalf of record companies and performers. Further info at ppluk.com. All music licences are required under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 which stipulates you must gain the permission of the copyright owner if you play music in public (anywhere outside the home environment).


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