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Lifetime Training adding new beauty therapy diplomas
By Jane Kitchen 08 Jan 2016
Initially the courses will be offered through Lifetime Beauty Academies in Birmingham, Manchester and Brentwood, with a wider rollout to cities such as London and Liverpool later this year Credit: Lifetime Training
UK-based Lifetime Training is launching a new range of accredited qualifications for beauty therapists.

The Level 2 diploma includes traditional modules on facial skincare, manicure and pedicure, waxing and makeup, while the Level 3 diploma features body, hot stone and Indian head massage, aromatherapy, self-tanning and microdermabrasion. These are all presented alongside business-based skills, such as working in a beauty-related business, reception duties and health and safety practices, as well as value-added modules on gel manicures and intimate waxing.

Initially the courses will be offered through Lifetime Beauty Academies in Birmingham, Manchester and Brentwood, with a wider rollout to cities such as London and Liverpool later this year.

“For some time now, Lifetime’s clients, including spas, hotels and gyms, have been highlighting the industry need for a growing number of high-quality therapists, so our decision to extend our provision to the beauty sector is backed by strong employer support,” said Mike Jones, commercial director.

“Our goal is to provide a flow of highly qualified and industry-ready graduates for the beauty industry.”


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Lifetime Training adding new beauty therapy diplomas
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Initially the courses will be offered through Lifetime Beauty Academies in Birmingham, Manchester and Brentwood, with a wider rollout to cities such as London and Liverpool later this year Credit: Lifetime Training
UK-based Lifetime Training is launching a new range of accredited qualifications for beauty therapists.

The Level 2 diploma includes traditional modules on facial skincare, manicure and pedicure, waxing and makeup, while the Level 3 diploma features body, hot stone and Indian head massage, aromatherapy, self-tanning and microdermabrasion. These are all presented alongside business-based skills, such as working in a beauty-related business, reception duties and health and safety practices, as well as value-added modules on gel manicures and intimate waxing.

Initially the courses will be offered through Lifetime Beauty Academies in Birmingham, Manchester and Brentwood, with a wider rollout to cities such as London and Liverpool later this year.

“For some time now, Lifetime’s clients, including spas, hotels and gyms, have been highlighting the industry need for a growing number of high-quality therapists, so our decision to extend our provision to the beauty sector is backed by strong employer support,” said Mike Jones, commercial director.

“Our goal is to provide a flow of highly qualified and industry-ready graduates for the beauty industry.”
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