We have been gaining enquiries of late with questions do we run part-time beauty therapy courses. While our core focus is Laser and Light we are extending that offering into advanced skin care courses, an example of this is the ITEC Level 4 Diploma in Advanced Skin Care and Certificate in Advanced Skincare.
Throughout 2018/19 our course offering will extend as more ITEC courses are developed in line with the new training framework. Beauty therapy courses for micro-needling, chemical AHA/BHA facial peels and Microderm Abrasion will also be launched in 2018.
Our focus is advanced skincare after learners have compleated Level 2 or Level 3 ITEC or equivalent beauty specialist certificate and diplomas. So our education offering will maintain a Level 4 and above.
Will you be offering Botulinum Toxin & Dermal Filler courses?
The short answer is yes, although we do not expect to be offering Level 6 and 7 injectable courses until late 2018.
The college for a professional industry
The industry has matured into a professional technology-driven sector. There has never been a better time in Ireland to become a skin specialist or facialist. Under the new training framework, career paths are extended and offer beauty therapists, nurses and other health professionals an exciting, rewarding career in aesthetics.
Why do you mainly offer ITEC courses?
While there are many awarding bodies for qualifications, CIBTAC/BABTEC, and of course the beauty therapy standard of excellence CIDESCO. ITEC now merged with VTCT offer qualifications internationally recognised and represents a professionalism that the public, and peers in the aesthetics sector, recognise. We never know where your career will take you, but with an ITEC qualification, you have peace of mind it is travelling with you.
Text: ATAI on 08 3890 1511 Tel: 01 524 1511