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Beauty Make-up - Level 2 Diploma

Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College

(3.7)

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£1,295 PER COURSE

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09th Sep, London, W14 9BL

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What will I learn?

This is a level 2 course in beauty makeup it is a good introduction to both beauty and makeup. It will enable you to understand different aspects of the beauty and the makeup industry from being responsible for maintaining health and safety within the salon as well as helping clients to maintain their skin and their makeup application. Learners will be required to practice all treatments/services on themselves and each other prior to assessment to be able to do this learners will have to remove all of their own make-up including false eye lashes no false nails no jewellery during practical lessons this is in order for everyone to gain the relevant practical experience throughout the course. You will need to purchase textbooks salon uniform to wear whilst working in salon and an equipment kit to be able to carry out practical treatments. These must be purchased within the first 2 weeks of September or within 2 weeks of enrolling on the course. Uniform must be laundered well maintained and worn in all practical lessons. Dress Code Nails must be well maintained short and without nail varnish Make up should be natural looking Hair must be clean well-cared for and tidy. If your hair is longer than shoulder length it will need to be tied up in a bun Personal jewellery is not allowed during practical lessons Units Provide facial skin care Enhance the appearance of eyebrows and eyelashes Provide makeup services Instruct the client to use and application of skin care products and makeup Develop and maintain effectiveness at work Provide additional services and products to customers Ensure responsibility for actions to reduce risks to health and safety.

What do I need to know?

2 - 4 GCSEs grade A*- D (preferably in maths or English) or A recognised Level 1 qualification.

Awarding Body

Vocational Training Charitable Trust

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SVQ Level 1 and relevant components

The same as an NVQ but for Scotland (stands for Scottish Vocational Qualification), the SVQ level one covers skills needed in a particular area of work. Level 1 SVQs teach the basics and will provide you with a starter to study more. They're equivalent to GCSEs grades D-G

Scottish National Qualification - Standard Grade

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Welsh Baccalaureate Diploma

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NVQ Level 4 and relevant components

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Qualification

Nationally recognised qualification

Study mode

Full time

Level

Intermediate

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EALING HAMMERSMITH AND WEST LONDON COLLEGE

EALING HAMMERSMITH AND WEST LONDON COLLEGE

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Make Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College your destination to learn, enjoy and succeed. Choose from our wide range of academic and vocational courses in a whole host of subjects. Courses are delivered from the four main colleges in Southall, Ealing, Acton and Hammersmith, which are conveniently located and served by a range of public transport. You can get to us on tubes, rail or bus routes. We are one of the United Kingdom's largest educational institutions. More than 20,000 students enrol on a course at our college each year. Over a thousand teachers and support staff deliver over 500 courses, which range from basic learning development and pre-vocational qualifications to postgraduate and professional levels.

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