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TESDA Beauty Care NCII

Beauty Care

Duration: 1,100 hours
This qualification is nationally accredited by Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).  It is an entry level for those wishing to gain employment in the exciting beauty industry.  It is a combination of beauty treatments such as facial care, body massage, hand and foot spa, body scrub, facial make-up as well as the more traditional services such as manicure and pedicure.

Body Scrub

Duration: 150 hours
This module provides the students with knowledge and skills on the application of body scrub products and treatments.

Basic/Swedish Massage

Duration: 150 hours
This module provides the students with knowledge and skills on the fundamental techniques of massage therapy, contra-indications, benefits, draping techniques and massage routines for the whole body massage treatment.

Manicure/Pedicure

Duration: 120 hours
This module provides the students with knowledge and skills required to perform a range of manicure and pedicure treatments in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety Requirements and Health Regulations.

Facial Treatments

Duration: 120 hours
This module provides the learners with knowledge and skill required to analyze the skin and treatment needs of clients and provides a range of manual facial and skin treatments and complementary services.

Foot Spa and Hand Spa

Duration: 300 hours
This module provides the learners with knowledge and skills required to evaluate the skin and the necessary treatments for the hands and feet

Facial Make-Up

Duration: 120 hours
These modules are for the learner to establish underpinning knowledge in make-up skills.  It encompasses client analysis and consultation, basic technique for day and evening applications; as well as the skills and knowledge required to design make-up and apply suitable techniques for a range of occasions for both day and evening wear.

 

Note: All courses require practical clinical training