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Beauty Therapy Training

If you are thinking about applying for jobs in the beauty industry, then it will definitely be worth your while to consider the range of relevant qualifications that are available, and that could help you secure one of the sector’s much sought-after positions.

For example, most beauty therapists usually undertake a general course for at least a year, if not 2, before carrying out training in specialist areas. City and Guilds; (the UK’s biggest vocational education specialist, offers a range of NVQs, QCFs, Vocational Diplomas and C&G Certificates in related areas, including Beauty Therapy & Consultancy, Spa Therapy, Nail Technology and Cosmetic Make-up. It should be easy for you to find a course suitable for your stage of development.

It might also be worth finding one of the UK’s many private beauty schools, which offer courses and qualifications ratified either by City and Guilds or the Confederation of International Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology (CIBTAC). For example, the London Beauty Academy provides a range of training opportunities depending upon your previous experience and specialism. Such institutions often offer the opportunity to build up a course of study by way of 1 or 2 day intensive sessions, which provide skills and techniques which can be practiced in the student’s own time in preparation for another session which can be undertaken when they are ready.

It does not take a great deal of time to make a start in your career in beauty therapy: NVQ-level qualifications can be completed in as little as 6 days under intensive circumstances, or can be stretched out over a course of weekly lessons to fit in with your lifestyle and situation. Once you have these initial qualifications, it is up to you how to progress your training: whether you want to commit to a specialist course in a certain treatment style, for example.

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