Natasha , 20
Natasha studied Beauty Therapy and Spa Therapy and now works as a Spa Therapist at a hotel in the New ForestREAD FULL STORY…
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Students may wish to gain specialist treatment knowledge by continuing their studies with the Level 3 General Beauty Therapy course to increase employment & management opportunities, or to help set up their own business.
For students choosing to go into employment the range of opportunities available include working in a spa, beauty salon, cruise liners or self-employment.
You will need 4 GCSEs at grade A*-C or 9-4 including English and Maths
We will also consider attendance and attainment reports from previous education and a successful college interview.
Any student without a GCSE at grade A*-C or 9-4 in English or Maths will be required to complete a level 1 hair and beauty programme and continue with their English and Maths study at college. This will support progression onto Level 2 in the following year
You will need a Level 2 Beauty Therapy, or an equivalent qualification. Tutors will be able to advise you if previous qualifications are suitable and accepted upon application.
All students are required to attend an interview and a trades test to demonstrate professional knowledge and skills. The offer of a place will also depend on previous knowledge, experience, attendance, a neat, tidy appearance and attainment reports from previous education.
Any student without a GCSE at grade A*-C in English or Maths will be required to continue study in this area either through GCSE or Functional Skills. The pathway followed is dependent on the grade achieved at GCSE, screening and intended progression.
This programme is a progression route for those students who have completed Level 2 Beauty Therapy (NVQ or VRQ). You will be able to extend your knowledge and practical skills to learn the most up-to-date treatment procedures in the beauty industry.
The programme covers a range of advanced treatments and skills, which include:
-Provide body massage
-Client care and communication in beauty-related industries
-Monitor and maintain health and safety practice in the salon
-Working in the beauty related industry
-Provide body electrical treatments
-Provide facial electrical treatments
-Apply individual permanent lashes
The programme is a careful balance of theory and practical work. You will gain experience in the college commercial salon sessions, as well as from work placements and employer visits throughout the programme.
To Successfully achieve this qualifications all of the following elements must be completed to the awarding body standard.
1. Graded practical assessments
2. Externally set and marked examinations
3. Externally set and internally marked graded synoptic assessment
Students will gain an insight into the career prospects of beauty therapy during a visit to the industrys largest beauty exhibition at Excel in London, as well as having visiting speakers from Spa's and cruise line companies. Students will be expected to participate in Industry Week & to attend one week of work experience.
You will require a uniform with shoes, costing approximately 65. You will also require equipment to support your practice kit, costing approximately 100. Additional fees may include trips and industry qualifications offered during Industry Week or other part-time courses.
Work experience placements will require students to plan and organise their own travel. This is part of the necessary development and preparation for employment.
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