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Beauty, Hairdressing & Complementary Therapies

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Overview

Throughout this qualification, learners will develop their knowledge and understanding of relevant anatomy and physiology and health and safety. They will also develop the knowledge, understanding and skills to consult with clients, successfully promote and retail products, provide a range of beauty treatments including Swedish massage, skin and body analysis and electrical science in order to make informed decisions for face and body electrical treatments. In parallel, learners will develop their communication and customer service skills, their awareness of environmental sustainability and their commercial skills, all of which are valued highly by employers. Problem solving and research skills will also be developed.

This qualification is based on the national occupational standards for beauty therapy and includes all the required elements to work effectively as a beauty therapist. Learners must achieve all mandatory units which include:

  • Health and safety in the salon
  • Client care and consultation
  • Body analysis
  • Skin analysis
  • Swedish massage therapy
  • Body electrical treatment
  • Facial electrical treatment
  • Electrical science
  • Mechanical massage
  • Anatomy and physiology for the face and body systems

Entry Requirements

NVQ Level 2 Beauty

Skills

Level 2 beauty or sufficient commercial experience is essential. It is an advantage to be comfortable working on the computer as all exams are online and all assignments.

Qualifications

VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Beauty Therapy

Assessment

Continuous assessment of practical skills will prepare students for graded assessments which are set throughout the year. A graded end-of-year practical synoptic exam and written exams are required to pass the qualification

Home Study

Four to six hours a week is recommended to support the qualification. This will included revision for exams.

Work Placement

It is mandatory that a substantial amount of work experience is gained along side this course. Ideally, working part-time in the industry would benefit skills and knowledge.

Progression

As a massage therapist, learners could progress directly into employment in a variety of contexts, which include: commercial salons destination/day spas massage clinics independent/self-employed/mobile/home-based settings cruise liners airlines or hotel chains care homes Whilst the primary purpose of this qualification is to prepare learners for employment, learners may choose to develop their knowledge and skills further by completing a specialist qualification at Level 4 in one or more of the following areas: - salon management - holistic therapies - sports massage

Fees and Additional Costs

A uniform is mandatory. It is also recommended that students purchase their own text book

Additional Information

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BEAUTYL3 192001 September 2019 Click here
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