Facial & Skincare

2 Day Course £400 GBP | $995 CAD

Award:
Facial & Skincare |  Anatomy Physiology

Class Hours:

10:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

This acceleration beauty course has been designed to give you the knowledge required to progress on to VTCT Level 3 Beauty Therapy Treatment course. The course combines online theoretical information with practical facial skills, as well as an online Level 2 OR Level 3 anatomy & physiology. Therefore, allowing you to gain fast-track access to Level 3 beauty therapy courses, botox and fillers courses 

This beauty training course runs over 2 days and on completion, you will receive an ABT accredited certificate in Facials & Skincare and CPD accredited certificate in Anatomy Physiology. This qualification allows you to gain insurance in facials to work in the industry. 

What will I learn in this course?

Facial and Skincare

  • Contraindications, Health & safety, and hygiene.
  • Tools, equipment and products.
  • Client consultation and communication.
  • Skincare product knowledge
  • Carry out a full facial treatment
  • Massage of face and décolletage
  • Facial steam and extraction methods
  • Aftercare advice

Anatomy & Physiology Level 2

  • Anatomical Terminology
  • The Respiratory System
  • The Circulatory System
  • Blood Pressure
  • Blood Vessels
  • The Skeletal System
  • The Muscular System
  • The Nervous System
  • The Spine
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Synovial Joints
  • Cartilage
  • Ligaments
  • Tendons
  • Common Skeletal Injuries

Anatomy & Physiology Level 3

  • Introduction and Anatomical Terminology 
  • Part 1: From the Smallest to the Largest
  • Part 2: The Cell
  • Part 3: Life Cycle of the Cell
  • Part 4: Tissues
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 1 Assessment
  • Part 1: Functions of the Skin 
  • Part 2: Layers of the Skin
  • Part 3: Hair Follicles/Sebaceous Glands
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 2 Assessment
 
 
  • Part 1: Functions of the Skeleton 
  • Part 2: Types of Bones
  • Part 3: Intramembranous Ossification
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 3 Assessment
 
 
  • Part 1: The Axial Skeleton
  • Part 2: Lateral View of Skull
  • Part 3: Joints
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 4 Assessment
 
  • Part 1: The Skeletal Muscle
  • Part 2: Lever Systems
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 5 Assessment
 
 
  • Part 1: Major Organs 
  • Part 2: The Stomach
  • Part 3: The Large Intestine
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 6 Assessment
 
 
  • Part 1: Components and Subdivisions of the Respiratory System 
  • Part 2: Breathing and Breathing Mechanisms
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 7 Assessment
 
 
  • Part 1: Heart Chambers 
  • Part 2: Heart Structures
  • Part 3: Arteries and Veins
  • Part 4: The ECG
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 8 Assessment
 
 
  • Part 1: Red Blood Cells
  • Part 2: WBC Count
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 9 Assessment
 
  • Part 1: The Lymphatic System
  • Part 2: Lymphatic System Organs
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 10 Assessment
 
 
  • Part 1: Types of Hormones
  • Part 2: Overview of Hormones
  • Part 3: Hormone Details
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 11 Assessment
 
 
  • Part 1: The Male and Female Reproductive Systems
  • Part 2: Sperm Cells
  • Part 3: Testosterone
  • Part 4: Fertilisation
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Key Learning Points Exercise
  • Module 12 Assessment
 
  • Part 1: The Kidneys
  • Part 2: Urinary Physiology
  • Part 3: Urine Formation
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Exercise: Key Learning Points
  • Module 13 Assessment
 
  • Part 1: The Brain 
  • Part 2: The Spinal Cord and Peripheral Nervous System
  • Part 3: Cells of the Nervous System
  • Part 4: How Neurons Work
  • Part 5: Reflexes
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Exercise: Key Learning Points
  • Module 14 Assessment
 
 
  • Part 1: Somatic Sensory System
  • Part 2: Vision
  • Part 3: The Ear
  • Testing Your Knowledge
  • Exercise: Key Learning Points
  • Module 15 Assessment
 
 
  • Conclusion
  • Final Assessment
 

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