Beauty Therapy - Level 3
Course Code: TB1FE02
Gain advanced beauty therapy skills to ensure your success in the beauty therapy industry. Co-created with employers, the Level 3 Beauty Therapy Diploma delivers the skills needed for a rewarding career in a range of salon and spa settings. The focus is on developing excellent practical skills supported by the relevant theory to offer clients the benefits of relaxation, stress reduction and pain relief. You will develop a range of practical treatment techniques while also learning about epilation, facial and body electrical treatments, stone massage, skin and body analysis, and client consultation. This internationally-recognised qualification supports progression to employment, higher level study and membership of professional bodies.
To do this course you need to be at least 16 and have completed a level 2 beauty therapy (or equivalent) qualification.
Modules and Assessment
Teaching and Learning Methods
Our expert tutors understand that everyone learns in different ways so they use a range of teaching methods to enable everyone to achieve their potential.
A key method used is demonstration, which allows you to observe the practical application of your skills before having a go yourself. You will also be expected to model for your peers (so you can experience the therapies first-hand).
Along with practical salon sessions, the programme consists of group work, presentations and dedicated self-study periods. These need to be supported by your own study outside of College, using online development platforms such as Moodle, our virtual learning environment.
E-learning is a key element of all our courses and we also use a range of online apps to support, enhance and motivate learning. Your tutors will support you with these technologies and also in preparing for exams.
Over the year, timetabled sessions total 385 hours. Depending on your qualifications, you will also need to devote additional time to maths and English (up to 120 hours for each discipline). We will calculate and confirm these amounts when you start your course.
All students are expected to devote at least 220 hours to independent study and spend at least 20 hours on a relevant work placement.
Work Placement and Field Trips
Other Costs and Equipment Needed
All staff involved in the delivery of further education courses within the College are approved to teach the subjects and modules they deliver. The approval process ensures that staff delivering a given programme are appropriately qualified and, where appropriate, possess relevant technical and industrial experience and professional practice.
Read our tuition fees guide.