Beauty Therapy

 
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                 Introduction to Beauty Therapy

Beauty Therapy covers a wide range of subjects from manicures, body massage and waxing through to holistic treatments such as Aromatherapy and Reflexology. Although it is an advantage to be able to offer as many different treatments to your clients as possible, you could also specialise in one area. Whichever option you choose, either a full beauty therapy course or individual subjects, you will need to reach the same high standards of treatment to offer your clients. Training in all subjects requires every student to practice on each other, so you will be receiving treatments as well as giving. Once a certain standard has been reached, you will be expected to work on paying clients (not students) who attend our in-house
beauty salon. The beauty courses are designed to give as much practical experience as possible however most subjects also require theory lessons such as human anatomy and physiology. You will also be required to study at home outside of school hours. All the beauty products and disposable items needed during classroom training will be provided by the Academy .Where relevant, students are also given a kit of equipment/products to use in class and to practice at home with which is theirs to keep after the course. While studying at the school students will have the opportunity to use a large range of the latest equipment, products and machinery to ensure that they receive full knowledge and understanding to be able to enter the industry with confidence. It is essential that all students wishing to embark on a course have a good grasp of the English language, both written and verbal, and, without exception, we insist that all students are aged sixteen or over upon commencement of their course. We reserve the right to see proof of age and residential status.