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New Zealand Certificate in Beauty Therapy (Level 4)

Key information

Level of study:
Certificate
Tuition fees:
Duration:
40 weeks
Start date: Expected July-2020
Campus:
National School of Aesthetics
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Course details

Summary

Our beauty therapy course teaches you how to become a beauty therapist so you can work in the beauty therapy industry. The beauty course includes facials, manicures, waxing, eye treatments, makeup, body massage, spray tanning, and even more. NZQA has approved the New Zealand Certificate in Beauty Therapy programme so you can rest assured your qualification is recognized.

Course

Professional Standards

  • Client care and communication
  • Hygiene and sterilisation
  • Professionalism
  • Items and events relating to accidents
  • Care of electrical equipment

Consultation

  • Consultation before the treatment
  • Making a treatment plan
  • After the treatment

Manicure and Pedicure

  • Contraindications to manicure
  • Manicure products and tools
  • Manicures and pedicures

Skin Care and Facials

  • Contraindications to facials
  • Contraindications for electricals
  • Facial cosmetic products
  • Manual facial treatments
  • Basic facial electrical treatments

Eye Treatments

  • Contraindications to eye treatments
  • Eye products
  • Enhancing eyebrows and eyelashes

Makeup

  • Contraindications to makeup
  • Makeup and cosmetics
  • Make-up services

Waxing

  • Contraindications to waxing
  • Waxing products
  • Waxing treatments

Swedish Massage

  • Contraindications to massage
  • Massage products
  • Swedish body massages

Figure Diagnosis and Exercise

  • Contraindications to figure diagnosis and exercise
  • Perform a figure diagnosis
  • Basic exercise routines

Body Wraps and Exfoliation Treatments

  • Contraindications to body wraps and exfoliations
  • Body wrap products
  • Body wraps and exfoliation treatments

Spray Tanning

  • Contraindications to spray tanning
  • Spray tanning products
  • Spray tanning treatments

Anatomy and Physiology

  • Human anatomy and physiology for beauty therapy
  • Skin anatomy and physiology
  • Nail anatomy and physiology
  • Hair anatomy and physiology

Electricity and Basic Physics

  • Electricity and basic physics

Nutrition

  • Basic nutritional advice for beauty

Reception and Client Sales

  • Reception services and skills
  • Selling to clients and transaction services

Business Awareness

  • Helping run a small beauty business

You can gain these qualifications when you successfully complete your New Zealand Certificate in Beauty Therapy course:

New Zealand Certificate in Beauty Therapy

Entry criteria

Students must be at least 18 years old at the time of enrolment. Have successfully achieved: the National Certificate in Educational Achievement (NCEA) (Level 1) or an equivalent qualification, or an NZQA-approved qualification or an equivalent qualification at a higher level, or If 20 years old or older and without any qualifications, show evidence of the ability to successfully achieve and succeed in the programme, and Communicate effectively in all areas of English to a suitable and appropriate level.

English Language Requirements

International students who have gained the following scores from one of the following English languages tests, taken overseas or within new Zealand within the last 2 years: : IELTS score of 6.0 or higher on the Academic Module Test; and a band score at or higher than 5.5; TOEFL - Score of 550 or higher on the Paper-Based Test (pBT); and an essay score at or higher than 5 TWE; Score of 80 or higher on the Internet-Based Test (iBT); and a listening score at or higher than 20; and a reading score at or higher than 20; and a speaking score at or higher than 20; and a writing score at or higher than 20; Score of 42 or higher on the First Certificate in English (FCE) or Certificate in Advanced English (CAE).

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