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The course is an introduction in to the Beauty Therapy Industry. A chance to train in a realistic working environment. With an opportunity to progress onto Level 2 Beauty Therapy. You will study health and safety in the workplace, reception, facials, make-up and nail treatments.

The course provides students with the opportunity to gain experience and obtain a Level 2 qualification in Beauty Therapy. The course invites you to learn different aspects of Beauty Therapy and a chance to experience the Beauty Industry first hand when you go on a weeks work placement. A chance to study and train in a realistic working environment and an opportunity to progress onto Level 3 Beauty Therapy. You will study manicure, pedicure, facials, make-up, eye treatments and waxing. Theory work includes written tasks for each unit. You will also have online examinations for all units. Additionally, you will produce a portfolio containing practical and theory work.

Level 3 is ideal if you've worked in Beauty Therapy for some time or have completed a Level 2 qualification previously. Your work might involve supervising others or managing resources and you'll want to develop your skills further, perhaps to gain specialist skills or move into a management role.

Units you may complete include:

  • Body Massage;
  • Body Electrical Therapy;
  • Facial Electrical Therapy;
  • Micro Dermabrasion;
  • Stone Therapy;
  • Self-tanning.

You will be enrolled on a Study Programme which will include mandatory attendance on your vocational course and English and Maths if required following assessment, as well as engagement in work experience and enterprise activities throughout the duration of the course.

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