Empire Professional is an eyelash extension training and equipment company, born in the North East of England.
Newcastle based entrepreneur Amanda Patterson is dedicated to creating professional standard eyelash artistry products and courses, at the highest possible industry standard, and has developed her range to offer the best quality products available on the market.
Amanda has specifically designed Empire Professional to support eyelash artists explore their own skills and creativity.
She’s passionate about helping all lash technicians reach their maximum potential and uphold a strong standard and reputation within the health and beauty industry.
Empire Professional is dedicated to providing reliable products that reflect an element of contemporary artistry.
The company also offer professional eyelash extension training and workshops for both beginners and experts in the field. Amanda believes strongly in ongoing education and development within lash artistry, and is passionate about building a brand that inspires, supports and provides the very best learning environment for lash technicians.
Amanda has worked with trusted UK based manufacturers to find and design the product range for Empire Professional, and has accepted nothing but the highest quality materials and equipment when it comes to her brand.
Above all, Empire Professional represents beauty in every shape and form, and celebrates lash artistry as a diverse and exciting beauty therapy.
True beauty comes from within and Empire Professional want to help each and every trainee and client feel happy, confident and authentic.
NEW INNOVATION - LAUNCHING NEW CAREERS.
Empire Professional is a new up coming support mechanism for Lash Artists far and beyond to unite, deliver and experience the limitless possibilities of new careers and products.
Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Empire Professional specialises in high quality training and professional products, events and social Networks.
For over 10 years Amanda Patterson, Director of Empire professional has provided a 5 star service to many loyal clients in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, gaining popularity over these years, to where they are today - the most experienced Eyelash Extension Training in the area.
The team at Empire Professional are here to help you feel confident and build self esteem within the eyelash extension industry, and with their knowledge and experience; they know exactly how to do it.
Empire Professional, will offer training products throughout the UK, with trusted training providers who have passed Empire Professional Standards.
Empire Professional strives to build confidence and encourage new career opportunities within the eyelash industry.
The friendly team are here to ensure you learn comfortably and safely within a relaxed environment.
Empire Professional is the highest standard Eyelash Education Centre in the area; and as such we have invested heavily into knowledge.
Amanda Patterson, Director of Empire Professional invests heavily into continued training from Eyelash Artists around the world, mainly Russia and Ukraine.
The Empire professional Team receive regular updated training days and all trainers provide the highest of standards, they are therefore exceptionally well equipped in all the latest Eyelash techniques and continue to learn better methods to improve our training to our students.
There are so many reasons why our clients chose to train with us - so we made a list of our favourites...
Providing up to date and valuable knowledge.
Work Opportunities in our Lola Lash Bar Salon.
Over 10 years experience in Lash Artistry and Salon Management.
We care about you, your knowledge, your skills and your achievements.
Small classes and one to one learning.
Become a retention master with this theory masterclass. Designed for both beginners and advanced Lash Artists this Masterclass will help you gain confidence. Presented by Amanda Patterson on the Empire Professional Online Portal ensures limited access and a chance to review time and time again.
Retention is a Lash Artists nightmare, no matter how experienced you are it is still possible to encounter retention issues. Gain confidence and trust from your clients.
Once you have purchased the course a member of the team with be in touch within 24 hours to provide login details.
Amanda Patterson, Director of Empire Professional has represented industry leading suppliers, and has been recruited to Judge the Online Elite Lash Competition, as well as having her work featured in Industry Magazines - listen to her lash podcast here.
Amanda also offers professional mentoring -
THE LASH GRADUATE PROGRAM
Amanda offers a Lash Graduate Programme which is implemented a few times per year. This program is for one selected Aspiring Lash Artist who is selected and secured a space in both the Classic Lash Course and Russian Volume Course Plus 8 hours extra of private tuition. Amanda's aim is to select someone who has the dedication and passion to thrive from an absolute beginner to an amazing flourished, well skilled Lash Artist creating a reputable career in the industry.
All Course bookings are subject to availability. Students must be 16 and over. Empire Professional Education Ltd reserves the right to adapt and change course dates if needed and cancel with one weeks notice. Empire Professional Education Ltd will contact booked students and ensure a new course date is available if cancelled. Pregnant students are asked to wait until after birth before taking any courses. This is due to the fumes used and also the long sitting periods which could be very uncomfortable. The course booking must be in the name of the attendee and certificate holder.
Once the course booking is complete a confirmation email will be received. This will be seperate to the Invoice given. Please ensure the confirmation email has been received, If a confirmation email has not been received with 72 hours of payment please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
There are three options for payment. Pay in Full, Pay a deposit and also Finance. If selecting the finance option a deposit will be required as an initial payment. If paying a desposit the remaining amount will be requried 2 weeks before the course date. If the remaining amount is not paid on time Empire Professional Education Ltd reserve the right to cancel the booking without refunding the deposit.
A cancelation notice of two weeks must be given.
All courses and content is owned by Empire Professional Education Ltd. All students will be required to sign a privacy document which will accept the privacy of the information provided. Course content can only be shared with those in the group and not a third party. In cases where the content has been shared Empire Professional Education Ltd reserve the right to take legal action.
All Deposits and booking fees are non refundable. Deposits and fees can be transferred to another date if more than 2 weeks prior to the origional course dates. An administration fee of £15 Plus VAT will be charged if the reschedule is accepted.
All certificates will be in the name of the booked attendee. On the course date the student will be required to give details of the address of which the certificate is to be sent
The student will be awarded the appropriate qualification once both the educator and student is happy and confident. We do not offer same day accreditation. Students maybe required to complete up to 10 case studies. When passing our students it is important they feel confident enough to continue the treatment on clients. After completion of the course the student will have access to student insurance at a small cost by ABT Insurance which will allow model and case study work. It is the students responsibility to ensure they have the correct insurance in place before practising the treatment. A discount code will be supplied to all students at the end of the course.
Any medical conditions must be notified before the course date to ensure your educator can fully meet the needs of the student. In some cases the educator may ask you to bring a carer with you. No children are allowed in our training facilites.
Extra Learning Requirements
Empire Professional Education Ltd is passionate about all types of learning and abilities. If any extra Learning requirements are needed, please email us before the course date email@example.com
All live models will need to be patch tested. It is the responsibility of the Student to ensure the patch test has been complete at least 48 hours before the course date. The patch test should be with the products used in the training course. It is possible for patch tests to be completed at the Empire Professional Academy.
Empire Professional Education Ltd has a no smoking policy and we ask any smokers to remain at the side of the building away from the front entrance.
Empire Professional Education Ltd has strict infection control measures. A mask is to be used throughout training and PPE will be provided for your training day. Please do respect distancing guidelines. We offer no more than 3 students per course to ensure the room is not over capacity. If you feel unwell please do not attend this course, contact us firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to reschedule.
It is the responsibility of the student to find a model. A live model is required on day two of the courses. It is prefered that the model has good natural eyelashes for training and is aware that they will be laying down flat for approximately 4 hours. No pregnant models are accepted. All models will be asked to sign a model consent form. Any medical conditions must be notified prior to the course including, epilepsy, diabetes and claustrophobia.
Empire Professional Education Ltd will take photos of the classes and models for marketing purposes. We will ask for the student and the model to sign a consent form before any photography is take. No other photos or video taking is permited and we ask that all mobile phones are to be switched off during training.
Course Starter Kits
Empire Professional Education Ltd provides all kits for courses. We do not allow any other products to be used within our training. We have a very high knowlede of products and it is extremely important we train with the products we understand. It is not professional to train with a product we are not familiar with. Each product has its own personality, and each product needs research into how to use it.
Public Liability Insurance
After completion of the course the student will have access to student insurance at a small cost by ABT Insurance which will allow model and case study work. It is the students responsibility to ensure they have the correct insurance in place before practicing the treatment. A discount code will be supplied to all students at the end of the course. Once qualified this insurance will need to be upgarded to full insurance policy.
Empire Professional Education Ltd is always happy to help as much as possible. It is our aim to offer qualiy aftercare and advice. For complaints please contact email@example.com with the subject marked as 'COMPLAINT'
We will respond to your complaint within 5 working days. We take complaints and feedback very seriously and we do our best resolve the problem. If you would like to send a written complaint please send to: Complaints Department, Empire Professional Education Ltd. Suite 5, 163 City Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 2BE.
We ask all students to be comfortable when training with us, try and stick to our branding colours which are Blue and Baby Pink. We understand this is not always possible however if you do have these colours at home we ask to wear them on the day. Hair must be tied back for live model. We are a strong believer in encouraging personality and we ask you to be yourself.
Code of Conduct
Be patient and courteous.
Be inclusive. We welcome and support people of all backgrounds and identities. This includes, but is not limited to members of any sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, social and economic class, educational level, color, immigration status, sex, age, size, family status, political belief, religion, and mental and physical ability.
Be considerate. We all depend on each other to produce the best work we can as a company. Your decisions will affect clients and colleagues, and you should take those consequences into account when making decisions.
Be respectful. We won't all agree all the time, but disagreement is no excuse for disrespectful behavior. We will all experience frustration from time to time, but we cannot allow that frustration to become personal attacks. An environment where people feel uncomfortable or threatened is not a productive or creative one.
Choose your words carefully. Always conduct yourself professionally. Be kind to others. Do not insult or put down others. Harassment and exclusionary behavior aren't acceptable. This includes, but is not limited to: - Threats of violence. - Discriminatory jokes and language. - Sharing sexually explicit or violent material via electronic devices or other means. - Personal insults, especially those using racist or sexist terms. - Unwelcome sexual attention. - Advocating for, or encouraging, any of the above behavior.
Do not harass others. In general, if someone asks you to stop something, then stop. When we disagree, try to understand why. Differences of opinion and disagreements are mostly unavoidable. What is important is that we resolve disagreements and differing views constructively.
Our differences can be our strengths. We can find strength in diversity. Different people have different perspectives on issues, and that can be valuable for solving problems or generating new ideas. Being unable to understand why someone holds a viewpoint doesn’t mean that they’re wrong. Don’t forget that we all make mistakes, and blaming each other doesn’t get us anywhere.
Instead, focus on resolving issues and learning from mistakes.
Empire Professional Education Ltd products have two options at check out. Option 1 is for pick up. If selecting this option please allow 24 hours before collecting. Option 2 is Royal mail 1st Class. Please allow up to 5 working days to receive your parcel however on most occassions it can come withing 2 working days. If you have not received your parcel within 5 working days please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. All Parcels are Picked, Packed and dispatched same day if orders are received before 2pm. Any orders received after 2pm with be sent the next working day.
Returns are offered on items which have not been opened or tampered with within 14 days. We do not refund the cost of returning the item. If you wish to return a product due to it being faulty please contact us email@example.com and we will ask that the product is sent back for testing. Please be aware that this can take up to 4 weeks as we will need to work closely with our manufacture to research the fault. Once the fault is determined we will then give a full refund plus the postage cost of returns.
All returns are to be sent to
Empire Professional Education Ltd
163 City Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
We advise items are sent recorded delivery
Customer Service Details
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8.0 Data Breaches
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