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SHOECARE & ACCESSORIES


TRAINING & COURSES


From Foot to Footwear Understanding of Footwear Manufacture


10th to 11th June 2014


The interactive course is aimed at sales, marketing, buyers, designers and junior technologists. The course will provide a greater appreciation of footwear manufacture; it also includes a Quality Assurance module and how to effectively manage your suppliers. Courses held at England’s largest working tannery.


1 or 2 day courses can also be delivered at your own facility – Please call to arrange a suitable date.


Past attendees: Karen Millen, Monsoon, UK MOD, Coast, Vidal Boots, Warehouse, Oasis, Pittards PLC.


Detailed brochure available from Andy Robinson APR Footwear Ltd.


Email: aprfootwear@googlemail.com or Tel: 07912 880218 SLIPPERS


www.comfylux.co.uk


Available in EEEE+ Ladies’ and HH+ Men’s fitting Main stockists:


UK Distributors Ltd, Leicester Gardiner Bros Ltd, Gloucester


SOCIETY OF SHOE FITTERS The Society of


Shoe Fitters will help you sell shoes that won’t come back ... to people who will.


Our members are true professionals and we are proud to promote them and network with trade, media and health experts.


Join our Training Courses:


• 5 or 10 month Qualification Course.


• Deluxe Course available all year.


Next Course starts May 1st 2014


Experienced retail staff can join via our Entrance Application – only £50! Do you fit ‘adult footwear’? The public needs you – join us now!


Student of the Year 2013 Emma Butler Belle Enfants


0116 2403232 01452 727300


WHOLESALERS, IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS


GIVE YOUR STAFF THE BEST EDUCATION


Email: secretary@shoefitters-uk.org Tel: 01953 851171 www.shoefitters-uk.org


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