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with West Met Skills - the work-based training
department from Harrow & Uxbridge Colleges
Passionate about improving peoples well-being by making them look and feel better? Get trained with the top professionals and learn to work without supervision to a high level of precision, with exceptional client care skills.
We are a top provider in London with consistently
high success rates
We are the largest college provider of apprenticeships in
We work with major companies including
British AirwaysBrunel University London
& Menzies etc.
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Most of our apprentices secure employment at the end of their apprenticeship
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ApprenticeshipY O U R F U T U R E S T A R T S H E R E
S T U D E N T F A C T S H E E T
01895 853622/ 01895 email@example.com@hcuc.harrow.ac.ukwww.westmetskills.co.uk@WestMetSkills
Typical job titles
Typically 18 months
- 16 years or over - GCSE English & maths or equivalent- Basic skills assessment in literacy & numeracy
Delivery A minimum of 30 hours of on the job training at work place per week including a day/ block release to study theory at our Uxbridge/ Hayes/ Harrow campus
Level 2: Junior beauty therapist/ Junior make-up artist / Beauty consultant.Level 3: Beauty therapist/ Make-up artist / Beauty massage therapist.
As a Beauty Therapy Apprentice, youll assist senior therapists and learn a range of skills and techniques, such as how to improve facial skin conditions, wax body hair, shape and colour brows, perform hand and foot treatments, and apply make-up.
On the Advanced Apprenticeship, youll work as a beauty therapist, learning techniques like spray tan, body massage as well as more complicated electronic treatments to remove unwanted hair or improve skin condition.
If you complete a Level 2 Apprenticeship, you may be able to progress onto Level 3. Apprentices that complete Level 3 may be able to go onto a Level 4 Higher Apprenticeship.
Level 2 & 3
- National Vocational Qualification (NVQ)- Functional Skills (Level 1 or 2 English, maths & ICT)- Employment Rights and Responsibilities.
Sample Modules and Content
How am I assessed?
Assessments are carried out in your workplace. Our assessor will come and assess you in your job role.
Do I already need to have a job to start an apprenticeship?
You should be working a minimum of 30 hours per week in a job. If you are unemployed, view our vacancies to apply for a job: www.uxbridgecollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or www.harrow.ac.uk/apprenticeships
Can I start an apprenticeship after Year 11?
Yes, you can! Young people in England must stay in education or training until they turn 18. If youre looking for a different option after Year 11, an apprenticeship could be the answer for you!
How much does an apprenticeship cost?
There is no cost for you to do an apprenticeship if you are 16 years old or over and you will be paid a wage.
Frequently Asked Questions
View our vacancies to apply
Already working?Turn your job into an apprenticeship. Call us on 01895 853622 / 0208 909 6328 to get you started.
- Ensure responsibility for actions to reduce risks to health and safety- Promote additional products or services to clients- Develop and maintain your effectiveness at work- Provide facial skincare treatment- Enhance the appearance of eyebrows and lashes- Carry out waxing services- Provide manicure services- Provide pedicure services- Provide make-up services- Fulfill salon reception duties.
Level 2 National Vocational Qualification (NVQ)
Common Modules for all Apprenticeships:
- Monitor procedures to safely control work operations- Contribute to the planning and implementation of promotional activities- Provide electrical epilation treatments- Provide body massage treatments- Provide body electrical treatments- Provide facial electrical treatments- Provide self-tanning treatments- Provide stone therapy treatments.
Level 3 National Vocational Qualification (NVQ)
Rights and responsibilities of workers (including equal opportunities legislation)Organisation, disciplines and representative structures of the industries concernedImpact on the sector of public law and policies.
Employment Rights and Responsibilities
Application of Number Level 1 or 2Information Communication Technology Level 1 or 2Communication Level 1 or 2Working with others Level 1 or 2Improving own learning and performance Level 1 or 2.