Beauty Therapy

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Course Description

Would you like a career where you can work all over the world as an internationally qualified beauty therapist?

Our course can lead to work in spas, salons, hotels, starting your own business or even on cruise ships.

In first year you will study:

Anatomy & Physiology

Body massage and figure diagnosis

Skin, eye and makeup

Manicure, pedicure and waxing

Customer service

Work experience

Facial electrics

Beauty industry ethics and practice


During second year, whilst working towards the prestigious CIDESCO qualification, you will study:

Work Experience

Body and beauty science and treatments

Customer Service

Team Leadership

Personal and Professional Development


Electrical Epilation

Indian Head Massage

On site massage

Managing People

ITEC is a leading international specialist examination board, providing quality qualifications in Beauty & Spa Therapy.

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The CIDESCO Diploma is the world’s most prestigious qualification in the field of Aesthetics and Beauty Therapy.

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CIBTAC, a leading awarding body, proud of their international recognition for producing graduates of the highest calibre.

Entry Requirements

Students should be of leaving certificate standard with a science subject , preferably Biology, although those who do not possess the educational requirements but who have a particular interest or experience in Beauty Therapy will be considered. All entry is subject to a suitability interview and an undertaking to fully participate in class as a model and a student therapist. Entry to year 2 is dependent on successful attendance and participation during year 1.


Students on the course must purchase uniforms, kits, class materials and pay registration, course and examination fees. The amount will be available at interview.

Course Requirements 

A high level of commitment is essential as the examinations are governed by professional bodies who have strict attendance requirements which must be met before examinations can be taken. For further information see the web sites of the professional bodies above.