Meet the Hair and Beauty Team

Hair and Beauty staff profiles

You will have access to our experienced team all with industry knowledge and experience.

They are here to help you further your career in the Hair and Beauty industry.

So... meet the team

Bea Graham
Bea GrahamBea Graham trained in Knightsbridge with Sanrizz, the Directors were Vidal Sassoon cutters and ran an international hairdressing school before she then worked for John Frieda in Mayfair. Being part of an artistic team in Hairdresser Journal and other trade magazines, Bea has seen her work published. Started teaching 25 years ago in the private sector and has now taught at the College since 2004.
Ally Curran
Ally CurranAlly has been in the Hair and Barbering industry for over 30 years. Her experience spans across owning her own successful barbering business for six years before training to become a teacher. Since training to become a teacher, Aly has now been in education and teaching for over 15 years.
Sally Tuck
Sally TuckSally has been in the Hairdressing, Beauty and Make up industry for many years and previously owned a successful hair salon before becoming a teacher.  She has worked in education for more than 15 years and loves helping young people to achieve their goals.
Angela Bones: Beauty Assessor (Level 2 and Level 3 Apprenticeships)

Angela BonesAngela started her beauty career as an apprentice completing her Level 2 and Level 3 qualifications at Bournemouth & Poole College. Angela worked in a spa for a local prestigious hotel before travelling abroad working for a large holiday company completing both summer and winter seasons as a sports massage therapist.

On her return, Angela began her teacher training qualifications whilst working for a private training provider and also as an assessor for VTCT. Angela has been assessing beauty therapy at the College for over 10 years and has undertaken various additional beauty qualifications to remain current within the Beauty industry.

Angela really enjoys the diversity beauty therapy offers students and salons, and learning all the new trends.

Rachel Allen– Hairdressing Apprenticeship Assesor/Trainer

Rachel AllenRachel has 20 years’ experience in hairdressing. During her salon career she lead a team and has been a creative director specialising in styling for events.

Rachel completed her Apprenticeship with the College where she found her passion for vocational training. From this she completed her qualification to be able to train and mentor apprentices in the salon. Upon joining the College in 2015, she has been able to share her passion, knowledge and expertise in inspiring the next generation of hair professionals.

Rachel was also the event organiser for the collaboration with The Great British Barber bash, hosting the GBBB Showcase at BPC and working with Lee Stafford on stage: Video Here

Jenny Walker - Hairdressing Apprenticeship Assesor/Trainer

Jenny WalkerJenny has worked in hairdressing for 28 years. She started out as an apprentice herself in a popular North Yorkshire salon for 8 years.

Jenny then moved into teaching in Further Education (FE) at the local College and running her own salon, as well as training her own apprentices who became competition winners and then salon owners. Jenny now has over 10 years of teaching experience in FE.

Jenny loves sharing her wealth of experience and skills and in the past has participated in exciting events such as Essex Fashion Week and Spotlight Fashion Models in London.

Tina De-Rodriguez - Hairdressing Apprenticeship Assesor/Trainer

Tina De-Rodriguez Tina has been in the hairdressing industry for over 37 years and counting!

Tina used her hairdressing skills to travel the world and for 12 years she has worked in some amazing places such as Spain and the Dominican Republic. Three of these years included working on cruise ships where she further travelled to more exotic places including Asia, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, China, Japan, Korea, Russia Alaska and the Caribbean!

On returning back to the UK and into salon life, Tina decided to turn her skills to the educational side of hairdressing and to pass on her passion for the industry. Tina has taught in both private education providers and with us at Bournemouth & Poole College.

Tina has a completed her BA Honours Degree in Education, a teaching qualification and assessors award, and soon to finish her Internal Quality Assurer Award!

Kizi Padden-Tuhey - Hairdressing Apprenticeship Assesor/Trainer
Kizzi Padden-TuheyKizi has been hairdressing for 21 years. She started her career as a trainee with Toni & Guy Essensuals Flagship salon in Covent Garden where she was quickly promoted to Head Assistant. She regularly assisted Sasha Mascolo-Tarbuck and worked with Antony and Pat Mascolo on many British Hairdressing Award Photoshoots for Finalists and Winners on multiple categories, including Avant Garde, Men’s Hairdresser, London Hairdresser and Newcomer of the Year. She left her first salon after achieving her Premier Stylist Level, in order to become self-employed and do more session work. She grew a large and loyal clientele in the D’arblay Street Salon where she was an Art Director for 5 years. Leading the team in education and working on photoshoots for various up and coming bands, fashion designers and models.

Kizi always knew she wanted to teach and decided to study for her Certificate in Education in 2009-2010 at the University of Westminster where she won an “Outstanding Student of the Year Award”.

Kizi later went to work for Headmasters in Balham, South London where she was a Senior In-Salon Educator and a member of the Art Team.

Kizi and her young family moved down to Bournemouth in the summer of 2018 and when her youngest child turned 1 she applied to work at the college as a teacher as she felt the time was right to get back to teaching and training young hairdressers. She loves her role of trainer assessor looking after the training of BPC’s Apprentices from all over Dorset and Hampshire, and liaising with Salons to create a great experience for all involved. Most recently Kizi has been involved in the rebranding project which has seen the ReNew Salons brand moving towards more sustainable ways of working. “It is something very close to my heart, and I hope that by teaching our young apprentices to be aware of the impact that we can have by making small changes to the way that we work, we will create a generation of   future hairdressers/beauticians and salon owners who naturally work sustainably and make decisions which have a positive impact on our environment as well as creating wonderful client experiences through their knowledge and expertise.”