If you want the job satisfaction of helping people feel fabulous, this area of study could be an ideal choice.
You’ll learn practical skills including health and safety, client care and communication, electrical face and body treatments, electrical epilation treatments, body massage using preblended aromatherapy oils and Indian head massage.
You can look forward to working in our Salon on external clients, product training from industry experts and external trips to trade fairs and exhibitions. You will also get the opportunity to take part in local and national competitions.
Beauticians and related occupations
Annual pay £31,200
Workforce change 1%
The workforce is projected to expand by 1% over the period to 2024, adding
772 jobs. In the same period, 35% of the workforce is projected to retire, creating 32,303 job openings.
Beauticians and related workers give facial and body beauty treatments, apply cosmetics and dress wigs.
discusses clients requirements, analyses and advises client on appropriate skin care, and applies treatments to the face or body
massages scalp, face and other parts of the body and carries out spray tanning
uses waxing, threading, sugaring and other epilation techniques to remove any unwanted body hair
cleans, shapes and polishes finger and toe nails, applies nail extensions
applies make-up to hide blemishes or enhance facial features and advises clients on skin care and make-up techniques
performs specialist treatments for conditions such as acne, applies skin rejuvenation therapies
recognises problems and refers clients to medical practitioners if appropriate
advises clients on diet and exercise to assist in weight loss and slimming
maintains client records, sells and advises on cosmetic products and services, and ensures appropriate health and safety issues are addressed.