VTCT Level 4 Advanced Epilation Techniques
Your investment: £850
Includes: VTCT course registration, assessment books, practical & theory assessments, course materials & certification.
You will need to purchase/provide: a needle holder & lead (£46) for practical use doing your training (this can be purchased from Sterex), uniform, course text book.
Assess, prepare for and carry out advanced epilation techniques to remove skin tags, telangiectasia (thread veins), spider naevi and blood spots.
- Use diathermy current
- Advise clients on the care needed after the procedure
- Maintain effective health, safety and hygiene procedures throughout all procedures
- Recognise salon hazards, carry out risk assessments and then implement the necessary actions
- Monitor and support your colleagues to ensure your salon complies with health and safety requirements
- Implement and supervise salon procedures for all aspects of salon safety security including the need for insurance and licensing
- Provide appropriate client care through communication giving clear and precise information to educate and manage client expectations
- Adapt client care using different communication skills to meet the needs of different people
The course will include:
- Classroom study and course input with an educator
- Practical guided application using a digital electrolysis machine
- Guided home study – assignments
- Practical assessments & case studies working with clients
Progression routes after successful completion of level 3 are:
- Assessment for membership to the BIAE (British Institute and Association of Electrolysis)
Class sizes are kept small to ensure each learner has the opportunity to obtain all the practical and theoretical skills to confidently and successfully achieve the VTCT qualification and to meet the industry standards.
Requirements you’ll need to be accepted for this course
NVQ or equivalent – Level 3 Certificate in Electrolysis
Be willing to wear a uniform, have short fingernails, no nail polish, closed toe shoes, plus long hair pulled back off your face. This meets with the National Occupational Standards; which we are very keen to uphold.
How long will it take you to be qualified?
- One day
- Also completion of an assignment prior to your training
Our focus is on how YOU will progress. From learning to being qualified, to being employed or self employed!
Training takes 1 day, plus completion of an assignment prior to your training.
A typical day training
Arrive at 9.30 for a 10am prompt start – sessions end at approximately 5pm.