Beauty Therapy Advanced


Beauty Therapy Advanced

Barbers, beauty, hair and nail bars are in the top 10 most popular business start-ups. The industry offers vast opportunities for self-employment, progression, international travel and flexible working. Business flair is just as important as creative flair, as are ‘people’ skills such as confidence, communication and empathy. You can use your skills and imagination to improve someone’s life, whether it’s by making them feel good about themselves, solving a problem, or simply just having someone to talk to.

Course Information

  • Levels available 3
  • Start Date 14/09/2020
  • Day Monday to Saturday
  • Course Ref 0439P-1/1
  • Location Graduate Salon
  • Fees
  • 19 - 23 £ 3345.00
  • 24+ £ 3345.00
  • Overseas £ 3345.00
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If you are over 19+ then please contact us for more information

What will I do?

This course offers a substantial vocational qualification that will prepare you for a career as a Beauty Therapist. This qualification will support you to gain employment working in commercial beauty salons as well as hotels, spas and cruise liners. Entry onto this qualification can be via previous completion of a level 2 qualification in beauty therapy and a successful skills test and interview. This qualification includes all the required elements to work effectively as a beauty therapist including: providing body massage, face and body electrotherapy, health and safety and client care. Opportunity to develop further knowledge and skills with optional units such as microdermabrasion are also included.

Units include:

  • Enhanced work experience opportunity with leading Spas and salons such as Champneys, Tring
    Trip to Professional Beauty exhibition, London/ Birmingham
  • Facial and product training by Elemis professional skin care range
  • Experience in organisation and running of special events held by the college
  • Industry talks and trade tests by local Spas which could lead to future employment

What's next?

Our live learning environments are focused on getting you ready for work as soon as possible. You could use the contacts you’ve gained to start work straight away in a nearby salon, hotel or spa. You could also start your own beauty or hairstyle business. You could continue to learn while you earn by carrying on with your education. There are plenty of courses that will complement your skillset, including gel nails, spray tan, Indian head massage, and lots more.

Is it for me?

Do you enjoy making people feel better about themselves? A simple re-style or makeover can boost confidence in so many different ways. You must be friendly, understanding and patient with customers and your colleagues. Building a client base is very important, so you must be able to make people feel at ease with you, and build their trust. A diverse skillset will enable you to go further in your career, so you must be willing to try new things. It’s important to keep up with current trends, for example how social media now has a huge influence on the hair and beauty industry.

You should hold a Level 2 qualification in Beauty Therapy prior to undertaking this qualification.

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