This full-time course is for those who want to become qualified Beauty Therapists. On this study programme you will develop your practical skills.
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|Academic Level:||Level 2|
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The main course in this programme consists of underpinning knowledge and understanding alongside the development of practical skills within a salon environment treating paying clients. You will also develop key skills such as communication and information technology.
Topics covered will include facial treatments, manicures including gel polish, pedicures, eyelash tints and eyebrow shaping, waxing (cool and hot), make-up and anatomy and physiology related to the treatments given. Teaching will take place in our purpose-built salons, where you will also learn about the business side of the beauty industry. Maths and English are included in your programme if you have not already achieved a minimum of a grade 4, in order to boost your employability and to enable progression to higher levels of training.
This course includes:
You will be assessed through a final external written exam and a practical exam. This course also requires you to do a minimum of 30 to 34 hours of external work experience.
Fees for 2019/20: £3,060
Students will be expected to purchase their own beauty kits for the course, including uniform, which can be brought from nominated suppliers at enrolment. Approximate cost £367.
A minimum of three GCSE’s at grade 4 including English and one grade 3 GCSE’s.A satisfactory school reference.
Level 1 Diploma in Beauty with the majority of grades being merits or above plus English.A satisfactory reference for attitude, behaviour, attendance and punctuality.
This course will qualify you to work as a Beauty Therapist, completing Level 2 treatments in a salon, or perhaps working in cosmetic sales. This Level 2 qualification should also enable you to progress onto further study and training, for example, the NVQ Level 3.
Potential career routes in the Hair and Beauty industry:
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Last updated - 26/06/19