Boston College student Theresa Nelson wins SEBTA 2016 Award
Boston College student Theresa Nelson has won Carlton Professional's Student Electrotherapy Beauty Therapist Award (SEBTA) 2016.
The event, which took place yesterday (June 16) at The Grand Brighton Hotel, celebrates excellence in electrotherapy in the beauty industry, recognising students, their lecturers and the colleges they study in.
Nelson took home the SEBTA 2016 trophy, a £500 personal cheque, Carlton Professional UltraDerm machine, medal and £250 cheque for her supporting lecturer. Boston College recieved the college trophy and £1,000 to spend on Carlton Professional equipment.
The five other finalists placed as follows:
Second – Anastasia Dolmatova, Doncaster College
Third – Saskia Presland, Oaklands College
Runners up – Holly Quinn, Brooksby Melton College
Runner up – Victoria Evans, Burton & South Derbyshire College
Runner up – Sendija Caune, Northbrook College.
Talking about her win, Nelson said: “To win this award is amazing – just to have my work recognised and the Carlton name behind me. It’s not something everyone has got. My plan is to set up my own mobile business specialising in facial treatments and I know this award is going to help me do that.”
The judging panel included Elaine Stoddart, specialist in electrolysis and expert advisor for Babtac, and Angela Moulding, the Carlton Group’s trainer.
SEBTA is open to all Level 3 students or above and is not exclusive to colleges using Carlton Professional.