Are you passionate about forging a career in the beauty industry? If so, this course could be your passport to success.
Beauty is a dynamic and ever-expanding economic sector that constantly needs new recruits who understand the latest techniques and health and safety rules.
Once qualified you could find yourself accepting a job with considerable responsibility along with a salary to match.
Furthermore, because beauty is allied to the health and leisure sectors you could discover new opportunities to travel, live and work in other countries.
For example, one past student now works at Sir Richard Branson’s exclusive Necker Island resort in the Caribbean.
Why choose Brock for Beauty Therapy Level 3 Diploma?
At Brock we are fortunate to have our own professional-grade training centre, which comprises two salons and two IT suites, plus a refreshment area.
Thanks to this facility you will learn in an authentic and up-to-date setting that contains everything you would expect to find in a modern beauty salon.
Importantly, you will learn from highly experienced teachers who have worked as beauty professionals and have useful industry contacts.
Teaching & learning
You will learn in a variety of ways including through research, discussion, assignments, coursework and case studies.
Furthermore, you will gain important insights and awareness by evaluating your fellow students’ work and listening to feedback.
Watching demonstrations and carrying out treatments on clients, as well as each other, is also high on the learning agenda.
A trip to one of London’s best beauty exhibitions is a particular highlight of the course.
- Acquire important knowledge about human anatomy and physiology that employers want to see.
- Learn skills in body massage, hot stone massage, Indian head massage, aromatherapy and facial body electrics.
- Evidence your development through assignments on complementary therapies, health and safety, and the beauty industry in general.
- Further develop and practise the skills you learned at Level 2.
- Improve your Maths and English skills in preparation for entry into the profession.
Minimum entry requirements
Four GCSEs at grade A*-C or grade 4 to include:
- English language (preferred grade C or grade 4)
- Maths (preferred grade C or grade 4)
- Science grade C (4)
You must be at least 16 years of age and have completed the Beauty Specialist Level 2 Diploma.
What can I do with this qualification?
This qualification can lead to a variety of career opportunities including becoming a beauty therapist or massage therapist in salons, spas and on cruise ships.
A number of past students have gone on to become nail technicians and sports therapists, with some establishing their own businesses.
Other career options include becoming a representative for a beauty products supplier.
Alternatively, with more training you could become a holistic therapist, aroma therapist, reflexologist or acupuncturist, among other things.
I decided to study Engineering at Brock because it was the only place that did the exact course I wanted and had a suitably good reputation. My particular interest at school was in DT and I’ve always been interested in how things work.
Overall A Level pass rate
Of students gained A* to B
Of students gained A* to C