Facial Massage & Skincare Distance Learning Course
Ideal for any student who wants to study in the comfort of their own home at their own pace. This course covers the knowledge and understanding required to assess, prepare and treat a client’s skin condition. Including how to cleanse, prepare and massage the client’s face, neck and shoulders and apply and remove face masks using specialist facial products.
*The e-learning meets the requirements of a national recognised qualification including clear and concise training videos.
Course On Line Syllabus Below:-
TOPIC 1: APPEARANCE
TOPIC 2: PROVIDING A PROFESSIONAL ENVIRONMENT
TOPIC 3: COMMUNICATING WITH CLIENTS
TOPIC 4: CLIENT CARE
TOPIC 5: HEALTH & SAFETY
TOPIC 6: RISK ASSESSMENT
TOPIC 7: RECORD KEEPING
Anatomy & Physiology of the face, neck and body
TOPIC 1: SKELETAL SYSTEM
TOPIC 2: MUSCULAR SYSTEM
TOPIC 3: NERVOUS SYSTEM
TOPIC 4: CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
TOPIC 5: LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
TOPIC 6: STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN
TOPIC 7: FUNCTIONS OF THE SKIN
TOPIC 8: PATHOLOGIES OF THE SKIN
TOPIC 9: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE NAIL
TOPIC 10: NAIL CONDITIONS AND DISORDERS
TOPIC 11: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF HAIR
TOPIC 12: THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
TOPIC 1: CONTRAINDICATIONS TO TREATMENT
TOPIC 2: SKIN ANALYSIS Methods for analysing skin types What skin analysis determines How ageing affects the skin How environment and lifestyle affects the skin Skin types and characteristics Skin conditions and texture Consulting with your client.
TOPIC 3: SUPERFICIAL CLEANSING TREATMENTS Using cleansing products Types of cleaning product Manual cleaning routine (VIDEO) Cleanser application Cleanser removal Toning the skin Manual skin toning (VIDEO) Applying skin toner.
TOPIC 4: PRE-HEAT TREATMENTS Using hot towels Removing comedones Removing milia.
TOPIC 5: DEEP-CLEANSING SKIN TREATMENTS Steaming without ozone Using the steamer Steaming with ozone Brush cleansing Using AHA cleansers Exfoliation creams.
TOPIC 6: MASSAGE MEDIUMS Main massage mediums Choosing the appropriate massage medium Oils, creams and gels.
TOPIC 7: CLASSICAL MASSAGE MOVEMENTS Massage through the ages Effleurage, petrissage, tapotement and vibrations (VIDEO) Summary of classical massage techniques.
TOPIC 8: MASSAGE SEQUENCE FOR FACE, NECK AND SHOULDERS Preparations for massage During the massage A massage sequence (VIDEO).
TOPIC 8: MASKS Clay masks Active ingredients and effects of clay masks Applying and removing clay masks (VIDEO) Natural or biological masks Commercial and specialised masks Thermal / mineral masks Using thermal masks Peel-off masks Collagen masks Hot oil masks.
TOPIC 1: THE FUNCTIONS OF COSMETIC INGREDIENTS Composition of emulsions
Two forms of emulsion Micelles How emulsions break down Components added to basic emulsions The functions of active ingredients
TOPIC 2: THE MAIN MASK INGREDIENTS Clay ingredients and their effects active ingredients and their effects
TOPIC 3: NATURAL INGREDIENTS Natural ingredients and their effects Issues raised by the inclusion of natural ingredients
TOPIC 4: COSMETIC INGREDIENTS Legislation Common cosmetic ingredients
Entry Requirement – To be educated to GCSE Level or equivalent.
This distance learning course may not be suitable for students with limited understanding of the English language, or with impaired vision.
Examination System –
E-learning with online tests
Course Fees – £99
Qualification attained – Athena Beauty Training Distance Learning Certificate
Professional insurance – After successful completion of the course, you will be awarded an Athena Beauty Training Certificate. This Course is validated & recognised by Westminister Indemnity.
By following the link below you can get a quote and also receive a discount. http://westminster-indemnity.net/wi/?Introducer=8058
It is your responsibility to check you are able to obtain insurance for this course prior to enrolment, as Athena will not be liable for any refund once this course is booked.
Terms & Conditions – Once booked and paid for this course is non refundable and non transferable. You have 12 months to complete the course