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VTCT (ITEC) Level 3 Award in Intimate Waxing For Females

 

Learning Outcome

 

The main aim of the VTCT (ITEC) Level 3 Award in Intimate Waxing for Female Clients is to enable learners to gain the necessary practical and theoretical skills in order to provide intimate waxing for female clients to the general public and to gain employment in the beauty industry.

This qualification is suitable for learners aged 18 and over and is designed to provide occupational competence at level 3.

It also provides a sound platform into further training at level 3.

 

This qualification is for learners who want to work within the beauty industry specialising in intimate waxing industry.

The qualification consists of 3 mandatory units with a total of 94 hours of Guided Learning (GL) to achieve the full qualification.

 

The main skill the learner will perform is:

 

Removal of hair for female clients using hot waxing techniques.

 

The learner will also develop knowledge about related health and safety and client care and communication which is essential to work and be successful in the beauty industry.

This qualification also provides:

  • The related knowledge and understanding required to perform the intimate waxing treatments listed above as well as understanding the structures that the learner will be working over in particular, recognition of skin/hair types and skin diseases and reasons that may affect whether a client should or should not be treated.

  • Opportunities for learners to focus on the development of their wider skills in a beauty therapy setting, such as communicating with clients, working with others and problem solving.

  • Opportunities for learners to develop a range of skills, techniques, personal qualities and attitudes essential for successful performance in employment as a specialist in intimate waxing.

 

Entry Requirements

 

Pre-requisite entry requirements Learners who wish to undertake this qualification must also achieve the VTCT (ITEC) Level 2 Award in Infection Prevention (COVID-19) for Clinical Aesthetics qualification or a regulated equivalent.

Learners must be of 18 years and over.

 

Opportunities for Progression

 

Once learners have achieved the VTCT (ITEC) Level 3 Award in Intimate Waxing for Female Clients they may progress on to other VTCT (ITEC) or equivalent qualifications at level 3 for example:

Level 3 Award in Body Massage · Level 3 Certificate in Spa Treatments · Level 3 Diploma in Beauty Therapy Treatments

 

Opportunities for employment

 

There are opportunities for a specialist in intimate waxing to find employment in a variety of areas: · Beauty salons · Hotels · Health clubs ·

This qualification has mapped to National Occupational Standards where they exist and has ensured that best practice in the workplace has been reflected in the qualification.

 

This qualification is linked to the relative job roles as well as ensuring that the qualification reflects the required level of knowledge and ability for a specialist in intimate waxing at level 3.

 

Assessment Requirements

 

To be awarded the VTCT (ITEC) Level 3 Award in Intimate Waxing for Female Clients, learners must achieve all mandatory units.

The minimum GLH required to achieve this qualification is 94.

The minimum TQT required to achieve this qualification is 100.

 

To be awarded this qualification, learners must successfully achieve the following assessments:

 

· External practical assessment

· External theory examination

· Portfolio of evidence containing - Treatment evidence - Performance evidence - Assignments.

 

Practical examination: Once all aspects of the mandatory units have been completed, learners will be expected to complete an internal mock practical assessment.

 

Portfolio of evidence: Learners are required to provide a portfolio of evidence containing treatments and/or case studies that they have performed on clients during their training under the supervision of the lecturer who will monitor the quality of the treatments in order to ensure that they meet the criteria.

 

All treatment evidence, assignments, internal assessments, and underpinning knowledge must be completed prior to the final practical examination.

 

The final external practical examination will be carried out by the external examiner at the end of the period of learning.

 

The external examiner will also verify a sample of the treatment evidence, assignments and internal assessment.

 

Portfolio of evidence – 3 performances Pass or Refer MCQ Pass 60% - 74% Merit 75% - 89% Distinction 90% - 100%

 

 

Once all aspects of the mandatory units have been completed, learners will be expected to complete an internal mock practical assessment. This will be undertaken by the internal assessor/lecturer using Aims and Objectives.

 

 

Course Duration

 

Available on request

 

 

Fees

Available on request

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