Beauty Specialist Level 2 Certificate – Distance Learning Course

*This Course is ideal for any beginner who wishes to learn the subject online.

*We do recommend you  complete a practical course with one of our tutors if you plan to offer these services in a salon environment.

This course includes e learning supported by ITEC

£600.00 £99.00


This Course is ideal for any beginner who wishes to learn the subject online which includes home study

We do recommend you  complete a practical course with one of our tutors if you plan to offer these services in a salon environment.

This course includes e learning supported by ITEC

This course covers the individual subjects below:

*Manicure

*Pedicure

*Make – up

*Waxing

*Eye Treatments

*Facials

Its is recommended to purchase the  Beauty Therapy Book above

Entry Requirement – To be educated to GCSE Level.

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 on line tests

Course Fees – £600

Qualification attained – Athena Beauty Training  Distance Learning Certificate

Professional insurance – After successful completion of the course, you will be awarded an Athena Beauty Spa 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

 

Course Syllabus Below:-

 

Unit 01 Being Professional 

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

 

Unit 02 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

 

Unit 03 Skin and Eye Treatments

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: EYEBROW SHAPING  Reasons for eyebrow shaping  Choosing the appropriate eyebrow shape  Considerations when choosing the eyebrow shape  Determining the correct eyebrow width  Eye shapes, face shapes, and eyebrow shapes  Preparing the client

Carrying out the treatment (VIDEO)  Aftercare advice

TOPIC 7: EYEBROW AND EYELASH TINTING  The patch test  Reasons for choosing eyebrow and eyelash tinting  Assessing the client’s colouring  Preparing the client (VIDEO)  Mixing the tint (VIDEO)  Carrying out the treatment (VIDEO)  Tint removal (VIDEO)

TOPIC 8: MASSAGE MEDIUMS  Main massage mediums  Choosing the appropriate massage medium  Oils, creams and gels

TOPIC 9: CLASSICAL MASSAGE MOVEMENTS  Massage through the ages  Effleurage, petrissage, tapotement and vibrations (VIDEO)  Summary of classical massage techniques

TOPIC 10: MASSAGE SEQUENCE FOR FACE, NECK AND SHOULDERS  Preparations for massage  During the massage  A massage sequence (VIDEO)

TOPIC 11: 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

 

Unit 04 Using Make-Up

TOPIC 1: COMMUNICATING WITH YOUR CLIENT

TOPIC 2: PREPARING FOR MAKE-UP  Knowing your client’s skin  Skin types and characteristics  Skin conditions and texture  Skin tones  Preparing for make-up  Moisturising products

TOPIC 3: THE MAKE-UP CHART  The occasion  Face shapes  Face shapes and corrective make-up  Using blusher to shape a face  Eye shapes  Make-up for different eye shapes   Lip shapes  Make-up for different lip shapes  Corrective make-up for minor blemishes  Whole face and make-up plan

TOPIC 4: APPLYING MAKE-UP  Preparing the work area  Preparing the client  Complimentary colours  Choosing foundation colours  Applying foundation (VIDEO)  Some tips on using concealer  Applying concealer (VIDEO)  Types of face powder  Applying face powder  Contour cosmetics  Shaders  Highlighters  Eye shadow types  Eye shadow colours   Applying eye shadow (VIDEO)  Eyeliner types  Applying eyeliner (VIDEO)  Mascara types   Applying mascara (VIDEO)  Applying blusher (VIDEO)  Applying lip liner (VIDEO)  Applying lipstick (VIDEO)  Lip shapes  Order of application of make-up

 

Unit 05 Manicure and Pedicure

TOPIC 1: STRUCTURE OF THE LOWER LIMBS, FEET AND HANDS

TOPIC 2: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE NAIL

TOPIC 3: NAIL CONDITIONS, DISEASES AND DISORDERS

TOPIC 4: PREPARATION FOR MANICURE AND PEDICURE  Contraindications Tools and their functions  Manicure and pedicure products  Tool hygiene and sterilisation

TOPIC 5: NAIL SHAPES, MASSAGE AND MANICURE TREATMENTS  What can affect nail shapes?  Nail shapes  Preparing for manicure (VIDEO)  Manicure procedure (VIDEO)  Hand and arm massage (VIDEO)  Nail buffing  Nail enamelling  French polish  Home care advice

TOPIC 6: SPECIALISED TREATMENTS  Hand and foot masks  Exfoliators  Thermal mittens / boots  Nail enhancement systems

TOPIC 7: PEDICURE TREATMENTS  Tools and products  Preparing for pedicure (VIDEO)  Pedicure techniques (VIDEO)  Pedicure massage techniques (VIDEO)  Enamelling the toenails (VIDEO)

 

Unit 06 Depilation 

TOPIC 1: PREPARATIONS FOR DEPILATION   Communicating with your client  Contraindications  Advantages and disadvantages of depilation treatments  Tweezing, sugaring, depilation machines, shaving creams, threading  Ingredients in depilation products  Waxing equipment  Health and safety

TOPIC 2: HOT AND COLD WAX TREATMENTS  Preparing for treatments  Hot wax treatments  Cold wax treatments  Roll-on applicators  Ingrowing hairs  Treating specific areas of the body  Acceptable time limits  Home care advice

 

Unit 07 Cosmetic Science 

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

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