Beginner Course to Become A Facialist

Become A Facialist

This course is specifically built so if you have not been working in this industry before you can go straight into facial treatments. After completing the course you will be able to carry out a facial treatment with a relaxing massage and facial  electrical components

If you would like to specialise in advanced skin treatments such as skin needling and skin peels and skin conditions such as rosacea, pigmentation and acne, you will need to do the Become A Skin Specialist course, which will give you the highest qualification available in skin. 

The ‘Become A Facialist’ course includes:

Level 2 Facial Skin Care Treatments

This course includes:
      Client consultation
– Facial examination and skin analysis
– Usage of different products and their benefits to different skin types
– Steaming & Extraction
– Selection, mixing and application of different types of face masque
– How to perform professional facials
– Face, neck & shoulder massage

–Anatomy & Physiology of the head, neck, and upper torso including the skin, muscles and bones
– Skin disease and disorders

Level 3 Facial Electrics 

This module teaches you how to use the required equipment for facial treatments. Training includes using:
– Micro-current
– High Frequency
– Vacuum Suction
– Electro-Muscle Stimulation
– Galvanic (iontophoreses & disincrustation)
– Micro-Lance.

 

Course Structure

Aside from your practical training, much of the Become A Facialist qualification comprises of home study, making this an ideal route for those who wish to study flexibly around other commitments.

Theory will be completed at home online through our easy to study webinars, powerpoints & manuals to download. If you wish to purchase the manuals printed then you can here 

https://skinphilosophy.training/product/level-3-facial-electrics-book/

This allows you to familiarise yourself fully with the theory, allowing you to focus fully on acquiring and demonstrating your practical skills during our training days.

Written assessment papers will need to be completed and will provide further evidence of your knowledge and understanding of the subject. 

Once you have submitted your written assignments you can book theory exam and then your practical training

Your practical training will be arranged at your nearest centre. We have locations around the UK & Ireland so they are within easy reach.

As we want you to be confident and competent when you finish, we do not set a limit on practical days 

Facial Skincare is two days Facial Electrics is two days 

If you do not feel confident after then you can book extra days no further charge!

Practical training days will consist of a demo in the morning and then practising on models the rest of the time

Each day will run from 10am  - 4.30pm

You will need to complete:

Written Assessment needs to be submitted and passed before moving to the next stage 

Theory exams

1 x theory exam Facial Skincare

1  x theory exam for Facial Electrics 

These have two parts to each exam. 70% is required to move onto practical training

Practical assesment  An IQA examiner will be booked to come observe a treatment carried out by you and observe our assessors. VTCT is contuining assessment which means with practical you keep doing until you get it right. 

Once you complete the practical assessment and passed then we submit to VTCT to claim for a certifcate

All courses are run as small groups (4/5 people) which allows plenty of opportunity to ask questions or seek further support if required. This also ensures that over the few days, you will have lots of models to practice on.

All of our tutors specialise in Aesthetics and have worked in the industry for years. Our college curriculum is based around moving into advanced skin treatments not just learning beauty facials.

All centres have the very latest equipment and products required to adhere to industry standards. We also have an on-going Support Team and a Facebook group available to answer any query you may have regarding your training with us.

Students will require a good command of spoken and written English to complete the VTCT qualification.

Students will need to have completed a GCSE and are over the age of 18

For any VTCT qualification, it is required you have completed VTCT Level 2 in COVID infection & prevention

This will need to be done and completed before you start your course work

 

 

 

Mnauals are downloadable from the online portal to assist you in the completion of your written coursework & in preparation for your assessments. If you would like a printed version you can purchase it from our shop here 

All products and tools are provided for the training days at the centre when you attend. No kit is required to complete the training days, nor included in the course fee. Tea & coffee are provided on the training days.

VTCT / ITEC Certification
VTCT is a Government approved Awarding Body offering National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs), Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQs) and other vocationally related qualifications (VRQs). VTCT has been in existence for over forty years and has been at the forefront of developing the vocational system of qualifications in the United Kingdom.

After completing the course, you will receive qualifications, recognised across the world that are fully Insurable

Our training is completely independent of all suppliers, we won’t give you sales pitch or a spiel. We will tell you the truth and the difference between all these machines.

Certification

Once you have completed all training and coursework, you will arrange to attend a practical assessment day to achieve your VTCT qualification.

When you have successfully completed the Become a Facialist course, you will receive a certificate issued by us. This not only demonstrates your commitment to the training but also allows you to obtain Public Liability insurance so you can start offering treatments to paying clients from home or mobile.

Once you have completed your assessment days you will also receive your VTCT qualification certificate (this can take up to 12 weeks to be released from the awarding body VTCT).

Course Fee: 

£1800+VAT  (includes registration fee & Exam fee)

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