Beauty Therapy (Massage Route) Apprenticeship Level 3
This programme is ideal for those who are currently working as a beauty therapist and would like to take their practical skills and industry knowledge to the next level. This apprenticeship builds on skills from the Beauty Apprenticeship Level 2.
With this apprenticeship, you will push yourself to the top end of your industry. You may have recently completed your Level 2 or been in the industry for a while, either way you will be looking to update your skills. This apprenticeship is focused around employer needs so this qualification will benefit you and the salon that you work in.
Benefits / Skills
You and employers will be able to choose optional units to develop specialist skills applicable to the role.
The employer will agree entry requirements for these apprenticeships and these will depend on the role that they are advertising.
Please check that you meet all essential criteria before applying for a position, you can find the details of these on the full vacancy description (links below). If you are unsure about this please contact the Apprenticeship Recruitment Team on 0113 284 6464.
Beauty Therapist As a beauty therapist you will carry out treatments including full body massages, aromatherapy massages, electrical facials, hot stone massages and Indian head massages. In addition, you will promote other services and products.
Below are some Leeds City College apprenticeships you could potentially progress on to once you have completed this programme:
Hairdressing Apprenticeship Level 3
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Around 260,000 people work in the hairdressing, barbering and beauty industry.
94.7% of apprentices found that our college induction was useful and provided them with the knowledge required for their course.
The cosmetic products industry is set to reach around £6.64 billion pounds by 2023.
Will employers just use me for the jobs they do not want to do?
No, you may start your apprenticeship completing basic tasks, but the whole point of your apprenticeship is to develop into a well-rounded member of staff. We will meet with your employer every eight weeks to make sure that they are supporting your development.
Will I earn less money doing an apprenticeship rather than working full-time?
The apprenticeship national minimum wage is currently £3.90 per hour, however, many employers offer more than this for their positions, as they want to attract high-quality candidates to their company. Every vacancy lists how much the wage is, so be sure to check these carefully to make sure that you are happy with how much the employer is offering.