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Level 2 Certificate in Beauty Therapy

Working towards a Level 2 Certificate in Beauty Therapy is ideal for those individuals who are wanting to learn just what it takes to be a Beauty Therapist in the highly lucrative and demanding beauty industry.

Course NAME

Level 2 Certificate in Beauty Therapy

DURATION 10 weeks
FROM £1000
MANDATORY REQUIREMENT FOR Level 2 Certificate in Beauty Therapy
ELIGIBILITY 18+ years
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Good standard of English and maths

COURSE UNITS
1

How to wax and waxing techniques


2

Facials massage and skincare


3

Make up techniques


4

Eyelash and eyebrow tinting and shaping techniques


5

Health, safety and hygiene of the workplace


6

Client care, communication, salon reception duties


7

Consultation techniques and retail skills


ASSESSMENT

Delegates will be assessed throughout the course by a combination of practical assessments, written assignments, end of module exams and portfolio building.

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What is the Level 2 Certificate in Beauty Therapy?

Working towards a Level 2 Certificate in Beauty Therapy is the best place to start if you are looking to begin a career as a Beauty Therapist.

From going through the very best consultation techniques, to learning how to tint and shape eyebrows, delegates will learn a broad range of beauty treatments to help them break into the professional world of beauty.

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NOTE: While obtaining a Level 1 Certificate in Beauty Therapy will take a candidate 12 months to achieve, delegates who do not have 12 months to commit can take a much shorter version of the Beauty Therapy training course, this is the Level 2 Certificate in Beauty Therapy.

What does the Level 2 Certificate in Beauty Therapy course involve?

From make-up, eyelash and brow treatments, to learning the very latest in massage, electrotherapy and spray tanning, delegates will develop their skills in beauty therapy and be a brush above the rest.

But being a successful beauty technician isn’t just about applying cream highlighter on client’s cheekbones, beauty is a business, and during this course, delegates will learn the skills needed to succeed in their work, including reception skills, client care and health and safety issues.

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FAQs

A beauty therapist is someone who is professionally trained and specialises in beauty treatments of both the face and body. A beauty therapist can specialise in one particular area, such as make-up, or cover a wide range of services, including massage, skin care and spray tanning.
From working in a nail bar, to offering services from their own studio, a beauty therapist can work for a high-street chain, franchise or be a freelance business.
Yes. While beauty therapists in general offer advice on makeup and cosmetics, many professional make-up artists being by studying a wide range of beauty treatments before specialising in make-up if that is the career that they choose to pursue.
The main difference between both courses is the length required to obtain the qualification. While obtaining a Level 1 Certificate in Beauty Therapy will take a candidate 12 months to achieve, delegates who do not have 12 months to commit can take a much shorter version of the Beauty Therapy training course. At the end of the course, delegates will be awarded a Level 2 Certificate in Beauty Therapy.
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