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Beauty Therapy QLS Level 2 and 3

679 GBP
679 GBP
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Course description

Beauty Therapy is a huge industry and has become a popular career choice for both women and men in recent years. Beauty therapists can work in salons, therapy centres, or spas. They may also work independently, providing beauty treatments to clients at home. This Beauty Therapy QLS Level 2 course will give you the foundation knowledge to work in the beauty therapy industry. You will develop the skills to work for an established beauty therapy business, or even become a freelance beauty therapist. You'll go in-depth on how to create your kit, manicure and pedicure techniques, and hair styling for men and women, before diving into the anatomy and physiology of the face and body, whilst developing your practical skills in providing advanced facial and body treatments. You will also build a sound knowledge of health and safety practices in a salon environment, as well as examining client care and communication in beauty-related industries. All course materials will be delivered to you by post or email, so it couldn't be easier. Our experienced and friendly tutors will help you every step of the way by email. You can work at your own pace. Completed coursework can be delivered by post or via email, so handing in an assignment is simple.

Course Content

Beauty Therapy QLS Level 2

Beauty therapy professional basics

  • Relevant legislations
  • Preparing the working area
  • Preventing infection and cross-contamination
  • Key requirements of personal presentation
  • Contraindications that may prevent or restrict treatment
  • The importance of conducting consultations before every treatment
  • Methods of communication
  • Ethics and codes of conduct
  • Professional bodies
  • Key points associated with beauty therapy
  • The importance of positive working relationships with other professionals

Unit 1 Health and safety

  • Hazards and risks in the workplace
  • Reducing risk in the workplace
  • Improving personal performance at work
  • Role of a beauty therapist
  • Key salon procedures

Unit 2 Customer service

  • Importance of client care
  • Retaining customers
  • Promoting additional services or products
  • Role of the receptionist
  • Handling enquiries and appointments

Unit 3 Facial skin care treatment

  • Client consultations and treatment plans
  • Functions of the skin and skin types
  • Facial massage techniques
  • Aftercare advice for facial treatment

Unit 4 Manicure and pedicure services

  • Nail structure
  • Contraindications
  • Performing a manicure and pedicure
  • Aftercare advice for manicure and pedicure

Unit 5 Eyelash and eyebrows

  • Contraindications of the eye
  • Eyebrow shaping
  • Eyebrow and eyelash tinting
  • Applying false eyelashes
  • Aftercare advice for eyelash and eyebrows

Unit 6 Waxing

  • Hair structure and growth cycle
  • Types of hair removal
  • Waxing treatments

Unit 7 An introduction to makeup

  • Working safely with makeup
  • Makeup consultations
  • Makeup contraindications
  • Applying makeup
  • Aftercare advice for makeup
Beauty Therapy QLS Level 3

Unit 1 Body, face and scalp massage and body electrical treatments

  • Client consultation
  • Body analysis
  • Contraindications
  • 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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