Threading accredited training course
There is currently one qualification level choice for this course – accredited.
Threading hair is an ancient method commonly practiced in Eastern countries, like Egypt and India, and is now becoming very popular in the UK. Threading removes the entire hair follicle and can last up to 6 weeks.
Threading Accredited Diploma
Pre-requisites (entry level):
1 day practical + home study + case studies.
Training material is emailed to you.
Health, safety & hygiene, client care & communications, anatomy & physiology, Threading.
1 practical session
The home study can be started at anytime, please ask for available course dates.
Group training = No, students will work on each other.
One to one training = Yes, you will be required to bring a model along to the practical training to practice your routine on.
Case studies = Yes, you will be required to work on models for your case studies.
You are required to complete 3 treatments as case studies.
Professional Beauty, IICT
On completion of On completion of this qualification you may choose to undertake further study; qualifications you could progress to include an accredited diploma or a VTCT qualification in:
- Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology
- Eye Treatments
- Indian Head Massage
- Nail Enhancements
- Beauty Therapy
Self-Employed beauty therapist working from home, salon, Spa or Mobile.
Whats included in the course fee:
Training pack (PDF format & word format) A coursework tutor is assigned to you for full support throughout the course. An accredited certificate emailed to you on successful completion of the course. A printed certificate can be posted to you at an additional cost of £5.
You will need to purchase your own products and equipment in order to carry out your case studies and practice your skills. We also recommend you purchase a text book to support your learning, a recommended reading list is available on our website in our shop
Threading Practitioner Diploma
Please check your insurance companies requirements before enrolling on this course? (It is the students responsibility to check coverage with their insurers BEFORE enrolling on this course)