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Beauty Care - NCFE Level 3 Award
Reach Your Potential in Beauty Care
Imagine how good it must feel knowing you have helped someone look his or her very best.
There is no question that our society is becoming increasingly image conscious. That means there is also no question that the demand for trained beauty care professionals is increasing all the time. Maybe you see yourself as a beauty consultant, running a beauty salon, or working on a cosmetics counter in a trendy department store? Whatever your career aspirations in the beauty care field our Diploma course is the best place to start.
You will learn not only about the products, techniques, treatments and trends but also how to turn knowledge into a variety of employment opportunities.
• Skin, hair and nail anatomy
• The major body systems
• Cosmetic ingredients
• Massage techniques and benefits
• Treatment room supplies & products
• Spa body treatments
• Make-up products
• Health and safety in the salon
• Salon reception duties
• Promoting products and services
• Developing and maintaining effectiveness at work
• Anatomy and physiology.
• Improve and maintain facial skin condition
• Enhance the appearance of the eyebrows and eyelashes
• Provide eyelash and eyebrow treatments
• Remove hair using waxing techniques
• Provide manicure treatment
• Provide pedicure treatment.
• Providing make-up treatment
• Extending and maintaining nails
• Providing a nail art service
• Piercing ears
• Assisting with spa treatment
• Anatomy and physiology
• Assessing the client
• Epilation and electro-therapy
• Indian head massage
• Aromatherapy oils and massage.
• Artificial nail systems
• Nail art services
• Cosmetic camouflage
• Fashion and photographic make-up
• Water, temperature and spa facilities
• Specialist spa treatment
• UV and self tanning treatments
• Performer's make-up
• Special effects
• Running your own business.
This home study course is specifically designed to serve as in introduction or enhancement of the theoretical knowledge required for the vocational application of this subject. It is intended to help individuals in the furtherance of their vocational training and is not intended as a substitute for licensing or certification requirements, which may include an apprenticeship or additional training.
Employment in the field of beauty care is both plentiful and diverse. If you enjoy meeting new people and advising them on their appearance and style, then you may opt to become a beauty consultant, you may wish to open your own beauty care salon and provide employment opportunities for others, or you may want to work at the cosmetic counter of a high street department store. All these career choices need knowledge of the beauty care industry.