TypeOnline Course
Price£2500
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Course Overview

The VTCT (ITEC) Level 4 Certificate in chemical Peeling is an advanced therapy qualification aimed at level 3 qualified practitioners, who wish to add this therapy to their repertoire of treatment offerings. Throughout this qualification, learners will develop their knowledge and understanding of relevant anatomy and physiology and health and safety pertaining to level 4 non-medical aesthetic therapies.

Chemical peels are specialist products used to treat specific skin problems, covering a range of common peel products including when and how to apply, pre-care and after care and the essential knowledge relating to the treatment.

 

What you will learn

Principles and practice of non-medical aesthetic therapies

Advanced consultation for non-medical aesthetic therapies

Advanced skin care for non-medical aesthetic therapies

Provide skin peeling treatments

The theory element of this course will be delivered online PRIOR to attendance. Essential information will be recapped during the course, and you will have access to discuss any queries with a tutor throughout the online learning process.

 

Assessment

This is a 14-week (minimum) course, in which you will be working on live models. You will be required to attend the centre to carry out clinical case studies, and you will be required to submit written assignments, return for an exam, and complete a practical examination prior to certification.

PRE-REQUISITES:

You must hold a Level 3 in Beauty Therapy or VTCT Level 3 Award in Anatomical and Physiological Knowledge of the Body.

 

What is my progression route?

This is an approved qualification for working as an advanced beauty therapist specialising in skin needling and provides a sound platform for further learning or training. The qualifications provide progression opportunities for those wishing of pursuing a more advanced role, such as:

Radio Frequency

Ultrasound Cavitation

Skin Needling

 

Courses Fees: £2,500 (Kit included)

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