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Beauty Therapy Level 2 and 3

Open Study College
Course summary
599 GBP
English
Distance
e-learning / Online / Distance

Course description

 Beauty Therapy

 Level 2:

Unit 1: Health and safety

  • Identify the hazards and evaluate the risks in your work place
  • Reduce the risks to health and safety in the work place
  • Know and understand how to make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety
  • Identify ways to improve personal performance at work
  • Work effectively as part of a team
  • Understand salon roles, procedures and targets

Unit 2: Customer service

  • Identify and promote additional services or products that are available
  • Know the relevant legislations for the sale of goods
  • Maintain a successful reception area
  • Deal with enquires
  • Book appointments
  • Take payments

Unit 3: Facial skin care treatment

  • Work safely and effectively in line with current practice when providing a facial treatment
  • Understand organisation and legal requirements
  • Perform client consultation and treatment plans
  • Understand anatomy and physiology relevant to facial treatments
  • Understand contraindications that may prevent or restrict treatment
  • Know facial care techniques, products and planning
  • Provide aftercare advice to clients for facial care treatments
  • Identify various skin types
  • Understand the benefits of facial massage and the techniques used

Unit 4: Manicure and pedicure services

  • Work safely and hygienically when providing manicure and pedicure treatments
  • Perform an effective client consultation
  • Understand contraindications and how they make restrict or prevent a treatment
  • Understand the anatomy and physiology that relates to manicure and pedicure
  • Understand manicure and pedicure services, techniques and products
  • Provide aftercare advice to clients

Unit 5: Eyelashes and eyebrows

  • Perform a consultation and plan the treatment
  • Understand contraindications that may prevent or restrict the treatment
  • Know the equipment, materials and products
  • Have the underpinning knowledge to perform an eyebrow shape, eyelash tint and eyebrow tint
  • Give aftercare advice for eye treatments

Unit 6: Waxing

  • Work safely and effectively when providing waxing
  • Conduct a consultation, plan and prepare the treatment
  • Understand contraindication that may prevent or restrict the treatment
  • Know equipment, procedures and techniques for the various forms of hair removal, including the benefits and disadvantages of each
  • Understand the importance of waxing aftercare

Unit 7: An introduction to make up

  • Know the organisational and legal requirements related to makeup
  • Work safely and effectively when providing makeup
  • Conduct an effective consultation and plan for makeup application
  • Know anatomy and physiology relating to makeup
  • Know contraindications that may prevent or restrict makeup application
  • Understand how to apply products and their uses
  • Provide aftercare
 

 Beauty Therapy

 Level 3:

 

Unit 1: Body, Face and Scalp Massage and Body Electrical Treatments

  • Client consultation
  • Body analysis
  • Contra-indications
  • Preparation of the area for massage and body treatments
  • Contra-actions
  • Classification of movements
  • Types of massage
  • Electrical and mechanical body treatments
  • Cellulite and lymphatic damage
  • Anti-ageing skin treatments
  • Muscle treatments

Unit 2: Advanced Skin Analysis and Facial Electrical Treatments

  • Consultation and advanced skin analysis
  • Equipment and effects
  • Facial high frequency
  • Facial faradic
  • Facial microdermabrasion

Unit 3: Anatomy, Physiology and the Effects of Salon Treatments

  • Blood
  • The heart
  • The lymphatic system
  • The nervous system
  • The endocrine system
  • The skeleton
  • The skin

Unit 4: Wet and Dry Heat Treatments

  • The spa experience
  • Spa reception
  • Consultation
  • Cleansing and exfoliating the skin
  • Application
  • Cold or chill therapy
  • Static/portable heat treatments
  • Skin tests
  • Water treatments

Unit 5: Salon Management

  • Health and safety at work act (HASAW 1974)
  • Methods of communication
  • Hygiene
  • Sterilisation
  • Avoiding cross infection

Unit 6: Salon Operations and Organisation

  • The reception area
  • Welcoming clients
  • Dealing with complaints
  • Insurance
  • Time management
  • Teamwork
  • Retailing and promotions
  • Targets
  • Customer legislation
  • Emergency procedures and security
  • Personal and professional development

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Pay Now: GBP 599.00
OR 6 Monthly Instalments of GBP 104.85 with a deposit of GBP
69.90 totalling 699

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