The NVQ /VRQ Level 2 Beauty Therapy Diploma is a highly sought after qualification in the Beauty Industry and is ideal for those starting out in beauty therapy . Comparing other beauty schools, we also offer additional beauty skills and training so you are better prepared with most up to date skills on the market.
The Certificate III in Beauty Services, covers the skills and knowledge you need in order to work as a beautician in beauty salon , department store, pharmacy and cosmetic counters. If you are new to the industry (3 months or less) you can undertake this course as part of a traineeship.
1 Facial electrotherapy treatments (Vacuum Suction/ High Frequency/Galvanic/ Faradic/ Micro Current) 2 Body electrotherapy treatments (Vacuum Suction/ Micro Current/ Galvanic/ Faradic) 3 Body Massage.
Level 3 is ideal if you’ve worked in a salon, spa or similar job for some time, or have gained your Level 2 Beauty Therapy/Nail Services qualification. You may be a senior member of staff.
Beauticians are specialists in discussing and understanding client requirements, analysing and advising on skincare and beauty regimes, giving treatments , and applying cosmetics. This Level 1 course will give you a broad base of knowledge and you will learn how to perform effective beauty treatments .
Becoming a beauty therapist can be an extremely rewarding career . Alongside your knowledge and specialism in beauty treatments, you will be able to release your inner creative side, while also discovering new trends and skills.
Top 5 most profitable beauty treatments revealed Semi-permanent brows . Offering semi-permanent brows would make you the most money on average. Semi-permanent lip liner . Adding semi-permanent lip liner to your treatment menu would bring in £3,600 per week. Semi-permanent eyeliner. Ombre Brows . Microshading.
The average pay for this occupation is around $33,800 per year. A Beauty Therapist salary varies depending on where you are located, and your level of current job experience.
$15493 is the average course fee entered on My Skills by 56 training provider(s). 1 Year is the average course duration entered on My Skills by 59 training provider(s).
Beauty therapists are experts in facial and body care and have a strong knowledge of skin biology and cosmetic chemistry. Typical services include facials, hair removal, massage, make-up, lash and brow treatments , manicures, pedicures, and other body treatments .
Hair and Beauty Employee Level 5 means: (a) A hairdresser who holds a Certificate IV (or equivalent); or (b) A trichologist who is hairdresser and holds a Certificate IV in Trichology (or equivalent). Hair and Beauty Employee Level 6 means a beauty therapist who holds Diploma in Beauty Therapy (or equivalent).
WAXING Two different methods of hair removal; hot bees wax and cream strip wax. Techniques for waxing all areas of the face and body. Theory work on hair growth and patterns. Post treatment care techniques. Consultation and selling skills.
The Level 4 Diploma course is one of the most comprehensive accredited qualifications available to the Medi-spa Sector, and will provide you with an extensive knowledge and understanding of the skin, its’ assessment and the remedial aesthetic practices used in the industry to develop and maintain skin health.