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Part Time Nail Technology VTCT L2 Certificate

In Brighton ()

£ 371 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Duration

    18 Weeks

Description

This vocational course will prepare you to work as nail technicians in hair or beauty salons, nail bars, hotels or in a self-employed capacity. You will be able to provide a professional manicure treatment, apply Gel Nails and achieve VTCT Level 2 qualification, as recognised by the Nail industry. The course also includes Health and safety Level 3 qualification. You may also wish to progress.

To take into account

No formal qualifications are necessary; however an interview will be required. Successful candidates will be expected to place an order for the nail extensions kit and manicure kit. Learners must demonstrate they are able to fully commit to the course in order to reach the required standard necessary to work in the nail industry.

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Course programme


Nail Technology VTCT L2 Certificate (Feb '10)

This course information relates to courses starting in February 2010.

Course code: B0927A

Course category: Part-time

End Qualification: Nail Technology Level 2 VTCT Diploma, Health and Safety Certificate

Starting and ending month: February to June

Starting year: 2010

Days of the week: Tuesday

Course duration: 18 weeks

Time of day: All day

Formal assessment: Formal assessment required

Course location: Pelham Campus

Course aims:
This vocational course will prepare you to work as nail technicians in hair or beauty salons, nail bars, hotels or in a self-employed capacity.
You will be able to provide a professional manicure treatment, apply Gel Nails and achieve VTCT Level 2 qualification, as recognised by the Nail industry.
The course also includes Health and safety Level 3 qualification.
You may also wish to progress from this course onto Level 2 Beauty Therapy, which can also be studied as a Part-time course.

Course content:
This course includes the following Units:
  • Manicure
  • Nail Technology
  • Health and Safety

Theory:
  • Anatomy of the Nail and Skin
  • Salon Health
  • Safety and Security
  • Underpinning knowledge
  • Manicure and Nail Technology

Practical:
  • Manicure treatments
  • Gel Nail application.


Facilities for students:
The college has excellent facilities for both theory and practical work.
These include 3 large well-equipped and recently modernised Beauty/Holistic salons and a large reception area that serves both Hair and Beauty.

Tutors:
The Beauty and Holistic Department is managed by Georgia Christoforou.
The Beauty and Holistic team is staffed by highly motivated tutors that are passionate about their subjects and have excellent links with employers.
The course tutor for this course is Michelle Crawley who is a highly skilled Beauty therapist and Nail specialist.

Assessment: Written Assignments, Written and Practical Assessments in a commercial environment, Case Studies, multiple choice exam.

Awarding Body: VTCT

Entry Requirements:
No formal qualifications are necessary; however an interview will be required. Successful candidates will be expected to place an order for the nail extensions kit and manicure kit.
Learners must demonstrate they are able to fully commit to the course in order to reach the required standard necessary to work in the nail industry.

Interview for entry: Interview required

Pre-entry preparation:
Encyclopaedia of Nails- Jacqui Jefford & Anne Swain

Progression and links:
There are various courses that the Nail Technician may want to attend in order to further their career, including Beauty Therapy, Indian Head Massage ,Body massage& aromatherapy.
This qualification enables the therapist to work in industry as a manicurist and Nail technician.

Work experience opportunities:
Students are encouraged to work in industry & to be applying treatments outside their class time. It is expected that students should practice on models outside of class time to build skills.

Academic Centre:
Centre for Service Industries

Costs of your Course:
There are five parts to the cost of your course:
  • Tuition Fees
  • College registration
  • Awarding Body registration
  • Resource Fee
  • Exam / Assessment Fees
Tuition fees

How much will the Tuition Fees cost?

Below are the fees for 09/10.

Home/EU students tuition fees (per year) : 320

International tuition fees (per year) : 1,375

If you are under 19 on 31st August 2009 you do not have to pay Tuition Fees, the College Registration, Awarding Body Registration or Exam/Assessment Fees. However, you will have to pay any Resource Fees. Under 19s entering Higher Education will have to pay full costs.
Once you know your tuition fee, please look at the 'Additional Costs'. This will tell you all the extra costs you will have to pay in order to begin or complete your course.
Additional costsPayment dueTotal
Uniform Approx 50
Nail kit Approx 200
Manicure kit Approx 60
Registration Fee 26
Awarding Body 25

Total for 19 and over : 371
Total for international students : 1,426

Part Time Nail Technology VTCT L2 Certificate

£ 371 + VAT