The part-time Beauty Specialist Diploma is a hands-on course for those who want to become a Beauty Specialist. This one-year course will give you the skills to gain employment with salons, health farms or cosmetic companies.
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Daytime course for 9 hours a week for 36 weeks on Mondays and Tuesdays. Course runs from September to July.
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The course covers the practical skills and underpinning theory and knowledge required to practise as a Beauty Specialist.
25 client case studies, a practical examination with an external examiner, and five multiple choice examination papers on: skincare; make-up; waxing; manicure and pedicure; eye treatments. Completion of five written assignments.
Beauty Specialists: Level 2 ITEC Diploma
Course Code: N4232
Annual Fees * £1,405
*Registration fee included
Government Subsidised: YES
Student Loan Available: NO
Courses are subject to continuing development and changing circumstances that may necessitate their cancellation or alterations to the course content or other related matters, such as fees and delivery times/dates.
ITEC requires that students are a minimum of 18 years of age at the time of sitting the examination. You will normally hold a minimum of five GCSEs, one of which should preferably be in English and one in Science, or Level 1 initial assessment in English (taken at your interview).
Students can expect to progress to other courses in beauty or complementary therapies, employment in the beauty industry including work in salons, health farms or in cosmetic companies, perhaps work in their own salon or provide home visiting services.
You will be expected to purchase your own textbooks and various pieces of equipment and tools. You will also need to purchase a uniform - tunic, trousers and shoes, which will be discussed at interview.
Students are recommended to take out student insurance (approximately £35), which covers students for client work and practice of skills outside college. The tutor will advise you about this at the commencement of course.
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Last updated - 01/06/17