Eye Care Beauty Course Starting Soon
Archived news: published on Tuesday 31 Jul 2012 by Fife Council
Skills Development Scotland
This vocational part-time course will start on the 13th August 2012 (0930 - 1130) at the Tryst Centre, Dunfermline. The course is approved by the Guild of Beauty Therapists and will last for 8 weeks.
The course will cover eyebrow tweezing, waxing, tinting and eye lash tinting to a salon professional standard. Learners will be provided with a salon-quality eye care kit. As well as sitting a short exam, learners will be assessed performing a treatment on a client. Both of these must be negotiated successfully before the certificate is awarded.
The course fee is £155.40, which includes all tuition, the kit and the cost of the examination.
This course has been approved for Individual Learning Account (ILA) funding. Through Skills Development Scotland, you may be eligible to apply for an Individual Learning Account giving you up to £200 to spend on learning or training. ILAs are for people who are 16 or over and living in Scotland. You must have an income of £22,000 a year or less, or be on benefits to be eligible.
If you are not in education, do not have a degree or above and are not taking part in a National Training Programme (Modern Apprenticeship, Get Ready for Work or Training for Work) you can apply for an ILA. For more information or to request an application pack, please visit www.ilascotland.org.ukor call the helpline on 0808 100 1090.
On completion, learners can progress to our vocational Eye Enhancements course. We also offer courses in Manicure & Pedicure, Nail Extensions (Gels), Facial Blending & Facial Care, Waxing and Make-up and short workshops in Nail Art and Nail Extensions (Acrylics).
To book a place please contact Queen Anne Community Use on 01383 602351.
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