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Beauty therapy and massage level 3

Open Study College
Online

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Typology A Level
Methodology Online
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  • A Level
  • Online
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Description

Learn all the skills you need to become a successful Beauty Therapist with this great value bundle course!Nowadays, many successful Beauty Therapists offer a wide range of beauty treatments and products, usually in addition to extra spa treatments, such as massage.This course aims to provide you with these two useful skills for your career as a Beauty and Massage Therapist. On this combined course you will:

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Opinions

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Stephen Knight
15/12/2016
What I would highlight I was planning to go for a fitness intructor course for a while but my college did not offer that course and so I decided to leave it until I was suggested Open Study College. I enquired and got a call back. The information I got was the best and after talking to the intructor, I was super excited to start and so registered right then. The service was the best and the instructor also went out of the way to assist me in getting the apt course. I would surely suggest.

What could be improved Everything was positive.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
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What you'll learn on the course

Massage
Anatomy and Physiology
Electrical
Physiology
Therapist
Anatomy
Beauty
Body Electrical Treatments
Facial Electrical Treatments
Body Analysis
Types of Massage
Muscle Treatments
Body
Face
Scalp
Advanced Skin Analysis

Course programme

  • 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
  • Massage Level 3 Unit 1: Essential Anatomy and Physiology
    • Body systems
    • Nervous system
    • Muscular system
    • Muscle groups
    • The skeletal system
    • Joints
    • Tendons and Ligaments
    Unit 2: Understanding Massage
    • What is massage?
    • Types of massage
    • Massage suitability
    • How massage works
    • Benefits of massage
    • Equipment
    • Hygiene
    Unit 3: Contraindications and Special Populations
    • Special populations
    • Pregnancy and massage
    • Lymphatic drainage
    • Contraindications
    • Massage modifications
    Unit 4: Client Consultation
    • Therapist safety
    • Client assessment
    • Care plan
    • Massage environment
    Unit 5: Massage Techniques and Components
    • Massage tools
    • Pressure
    • Direction
    • Duration
    • Speed
    • Massage techniques
    • Friction
    • Petrissage
    • Tapotement
    • Hacking
    • Prayer
    • Cupping
    • Tapping
    Unit 6: Massage Positions
    • Prone massages and techniques
    • Supine massages and techniques
    • Guidance for seated message
  • Achievements for this centre

    2017

    Additional information

    ASSESSMENT This course is assessed through a series of written assignments, which are submitted to your tutor. There is no external examination required. COURSE DURATION Once enrolled, you will have two years to complete this bundle (one year per course), which will allow you to work at your own pace, without the pressure of tight deadlines. You will also receive 12 months tutor support for each course, so you can feel confident that you’ll get the help you need. This bundle will take you approximately 160 hours. Studying around your work and family commitments has never been easier.

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