Wednesday 18 October 2017


Summerhouse Training offers beauty courses

Helping students to discover their potential, develop their skills, and achieve their goals, grade one Ofsted provider, Summerhouse Training, offers a range of beauty courses in Hardwicke, Gloucester.

Grade one Ofsted provider, Summerhouse Training, offers a variety of beauty courses which are designed to complement busy schedules and help students achieve their individual goals.

Taking place at Summerhouse’s training facilities at the equestrian centre in Hardwicke, Gloucester, the courses are delivered within a classroom environment, blending practical learning with theoretical teaching to help students hone their skills and gain salon experience.

With various course options, prospective students can opt for a level three certificate in Swedish massage; undertake a day course in Indian head massage and hot stone therapy; gain a level three diploma in nail technology; or a level three diploma in beauty make-up techniques.

The nail technology diploma encompasses skills such as designing and applying nail art; providing manicure and pedicure treatments; and monitoring and maintaining health and safety practice in the salon.

Those hoping to become certified in massage will learn how to administer a body massage, in addition to learning about client care and communication; whilst the make-up diploma teaches how to apply airbrush and bridal make-up, false eyelashes, and individual eyelash extensions.

An established Ofsted provider, successful students will benefit from a VTCT recognised qualification, with a range of payment options including an Advanced Learner Loan, and a Bursary Fund, which prospective pupils can apply for.

With course costs starting from £971, Summerhouse Training provides all of the necessary tools and kit provided for students to complete the course, in addition to hands-on training and expert tips.

For more information call (01452) 720288 and ask for Tracy, or visit summerhousetraining.co.uk directly.

© SoGlos
Monday 13 March 2017

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