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More detailed entry requirement information will be available in due course.
One year, 3-4 days per week.
What will I study?
The subjects covered include the theory and practice of:
Health and Safety
Promote additional products/services to clients
Provide facial skin care treatments
Enhance the appearance of eyebrows and lashes
Carry out waxing services
Provide manicure and pedicure services
Provide makeup services
Additional courses you will study
Certificate in Contact Dermatitis Prevention
Experience of work
Visits to Wella in Manchester
Attend visiting speaker sessions
How will I be assessed?
This course will be assessed both practically and theoretically. Written questions, assignment work, questioning and external exams online are all part of the assessment process. You will be required to provide some of your own models. Assessment will be graded Pass, Merit or Distinction.
What could it lead to?
To progress on to Level 3 you need to have completed Level 2, have a minimum attendance record of 95 per cent and a good behaviour record. Progression from Level 2 to 3 is not automatic. Re-interview is required.
Other options include employment in the beauty therapy industry, e.g. in a salon, consultancy work, as a demonstrator for product manufacturers, on cruise liners and self-employment following a period of industrial experience. You could study further and take higher level qualifications, which could lead to specialising in a specific area such as media makeup. Past students have progressed in salons and retail outlets.
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