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What you will learn:
  • Basic Anatomy and Physiology
  • The Functions of Cells, Tissues, and the Skin
  • The Healthy Body
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Skin Consultation and Care
  • Skin Care
  • Manicure & Pedicure
  • Hair Care
  • Accentuating Positive Attributes
  • General Nutrition
  • General Nutrition - Continued
  • Anti-Ageing Therapy
  • Massage - hands and Arms
  • Sterilisation
  • Basic Waxing Procedures
  • Starting Your Own Business




Study Beauty Therapist Online Courses and Learn the Natural Way to Stay Young

Our Beauty Therapist Online Course will give you the knowledge to be able to advise clients on skin and body care. The course covers everything you need to know to be a professional and effective beauty therapist, from anatomy and physiology to hygiene and from reception to techniques and treatments.

Beauty therapy is the application of the science of improving a person's appearance and self-esteem. Beauty therapists employ a variety of face and body treatment options and techniques to help their clients feel and look their best. Because of today's high technological standards in the production of beauty products, significant advancements are possible.

Beauty Therapist Online Courses - Requirements

The Beauty Therapist Online Courses is delivered 100 percent online.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Beauty Therapist Online Courses
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Beauty Therapist Online Courses - Outline

Unit One – Basic Anatomy and Physiology

The Skeletal System

  • Long Bones are the bones of the arms and legs, fingers and toes
  • Short Bones are the bones of the wrist and ankles
  • Flat Bones are the bones of the skull, thorax and pelvis
  • Irregular Bones are the bones of the vertebral column and face
  • Sesamoid Bones (included in irregular bones) are rounded masses found in certain tendons of muscles, the best example being the patella or knee cap.

Muscles of the Human Body

Muscles form the flesh of the body. They give shape (curves) to the body and most importantly, perform the function of movement. Muscles make up approximately fifty percent of our body weight.

The Nervous System

The nervous system is concerned with the integration and control of all bodily functions. It makes it possible for us to be aware of our environment and to respond to changes within that environment.

The Endocrine System

Endocrine glands are ductless glands, so called because the secretions they make do not leave the glands through ducts, but pass directly into the blood circulating through the substance of the glands.

Unit Two – The Functions of Cells, Tissues, and the Skin

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Understand the structure and function of cells and tissues
  • Categorize the different types of tissue
  • Describe the structure and function of the skin
  • Identify disorders and diseases of the skin

Function of the Cell

  • The absorption of nourishment.
  • Growth and repair.
  • Reproduction by division.
  • The excretion of waste products.
  • Some cells have the power of movement.

The Tissues

Cells packed or grouped together form tissue. There are several different types or shapes of cells forming tissues depending on the function of that part of the body, e.g. compact tissue of the bones causing them to be hard, therefore supporting the body.

  1. Epithelium
  2. Connective tissue
  3. Muscular tissue
  4. Nervous tissue

The Skin

The skin is the largest organ of the body and has many functions. We are most aware of it as it covers every inch of the body. It is the component of the body which is most exposed to injury. Daily we tend to bring minor trauma to our skin. Our skin is taken for granted. In fact, it is a very complex organ whose correct functioning is essential to life.

The Dermis

The dermis is attached to the epidermis by projections from the dermis called papillae. The dermis is the inner layer which consists of fibrous and connective tissue.

Sweat Glands

The main part of the sweat gland is situated in the dermis. The duct, however, spirals towards the surface through the epidermis. The gland is made up of a tightly convoluted tube which is lined by cubical epithelium and surrounded by a network of capillaries.

Nails

Nails are modifications of the epidermis, and are horny plates corresponding to the claws or hooves of animals. Nails are developed from the stratum lucidum of the nail bed, and composed of densely packed keratinized cells.

HAIR

Most parts of the skin are covered by hair either course or downy. No hair is found on the palms of the hand or soles of the feet. The roots of the hairs are found in the dermis.

Unit Three – The Healthy Body

This course has been formulated for and about women, and deals with two aspects of a woman’s life that are essentially interlinked:

All students will obviously appreciate that the transition from girl to young woman and from young woman to mature woman takes time and, as in everything else, the processes will be shorter, longer, easier or more complicated depending on a number of factors.

The most important of these include:

  1. Genetic inheritance.
  2. The Environment in which a woman grows up and lives.

The course assignments will describe the essentials for basic healthy living:

  • Food
  • Exercise
  • Hygiene

And through to more elaborate programs aimed at developing and maintaining a woman’s body at a high level of fitness. The course content will:

  1. Explain how the woman’s body works.
  2. Include numerous ways of catering for, cosseting and beautifying it.
  3. Devote space to discussing and suggesting ways that women can use to cope with the many problems that they may have to face in their lives, from alcoholism to warts.

Unit Four – Personal Hygiene

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Outline the various bath additives
  • Understand the difference between eccrine and apocrine sweat glands

Neither sweat nor sebum smells unpleasant in itself; to the contrary, the vague salty odor on the skin can often be found to be both healthy and attractive. The body odors that people do find objectionable manifest themselves when air is unable to circulate freely over the skin because of clothes, and so moisture cannot evaporate.

Special Bath Treatments. Depending on what you put into the water, a bath can be:

  • Nourishing
  • Stimulating
  • Toning
  • Soothing
  • Relaxing

Application of Body Scrubs. These should be used for:

  • Gooseflesh
  • Blackheads
  • Skin that needs revitalizing

Chest and Back Spots

This complaint is common for the more 'greasy-skinned' women as well as for adolescents. The areas should be kept clean by regular washing and scrubbing (if not too blemished and tender), with a bath brush, a loofah, a bath mitt, or by using a special abrasive sponge and medicated soap.

Body Odor

It is a fact that everybody sweats. However, there is no need for a woman to smell unless she is careless or just plain uncaring about herself. Sweat only becomes smelly in the areas of the body where fresh air does not circulate easily.

Unit Five – Skin Consultation and Care

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Identify the actions that are detrimental to the appearance of skin
  • Describe the different skin types
  • Identify which products should be used for the different skin types

The skin takes care of itself to a certain extent, producing its own oils and moisture for lubrication. But the sebaceous glands that do this do not always function correctly. They may produce too much sebum (oil) or too little.

Different skin types:

  1. Dry Skin
  2. Greasy Skin
  3. Combination Skin
  4. Balanced Skin

Products in general

Any of the brand names available in the large stores and pharmacists are safe to use, though if you or your clients have a sensitive skin or have suffered from allergies, it is probably wiser to go for the ranges of hypo-allergenic products.

  • Cleansers
  • Moisturizers
  • Eye Creams, Throat Creams and Wrinkle Creams
  • Skin Peeling or Exfoliating Treatments

Unit Six – Skin Care

A woman's skin is changing, sloughing-off dead cells and growing new ones, all the time. There is no sense in you or your client wasting money on skin-care products unless they are going to be used regularly. Any beauty therapist should be able to tell at a glance the difference between a cared-for skin and one which has been subjected regularly to the 'hit and miss treatment.’

Skin-Care Routine

  • The Cleansing Process
  • The Toning Process
  • The Nourishing Process

Unit 7 – Manicure and Pedicure

Despite all, women expect their hands and feet to not only work efficiently but also to look good. This is an area in which a beauty therapist’s knowledge and skills often prove to be invaluable to the client. Beautiful hands are a tremendous advantage. Students and clients with fairly unremarkable faces and figures can have hands that are hypnotically attractive to watch.

Hand Protection

It is not so many years ago that hands were seen as being able to reveal a woman’s social status. A 'lady’s' hands were always soft and white, showing that she did no manual work, and to keep them this way hand care was taken very seriously.

Hand Cleaning

Strange as it may seem, it is possible to forget for days on end actually to clean the hands. They may be washed at odd moments during the day, but this is not the same thing. Often women are so busy cleaning their face, teeth and so on that their hands are left out of the process.

Hand Nourishing

Last thing at night, after having applied the moisturizer or night cream, massage in some hand cream. This should not take long; simply smooth on to the fronts and the backs of the hands, and massage each finger quickly. Always remember to bend the fingers backwards with the other hand and pull each finger gently to keep the joints flexible.

Hand Massage

Following a manicure, and also at night once in a while, it should be ensured that the hands are given a good massage. The following are a set of guidelines that the student would do well to acquaint him or herself with.

Hand Beauty Treatment

Students can give their own, or a client’s hands, a mask to improve the color and texture of the skin, just as they would do with the face. If a commercial brand is to be used, then a nourishing one should always be selected rather than a drying one.

Hand Exercises

Exercising will stimulate the circulation of blood to the hands and encourage nail growth, and will keep the hands supple and flexible. As well as recommending that the fingers are pressed back at night as previously suggested, students can also advocate that hand exercises should be incorporated into a regular exercise regime.

The Nails

The nail plate consists of layers of a hard enamel-like substance, Keratin, which are held together by a small amount of moisture and fats and it takes from 3 to 5 months depending on the individual, for the nail to grow.

Bearing this in mind, it is important for the student to remember that it will also take this length of time for any damage done to the nail while it is being formed in the matrix to grow out, or for students/clients to see any improvement if the nails are being improved using cuticle cream.

The Feet

The majority of problems with the feet will be of the client’s own making, as we said earlier. They are caused by total neglect of the feet, or worse, by squashing the feet, which are highly complex systems of bone and muscle, into too-tight shoes or balancing them on tiny heels. Nowadays, thank heavens, the 'winkle pickers' and high stiletto heels that were once 'de rigeur' have gone the way of many fashion fads. It is not difficult nowadays to find shoes that combine elegance and style with comfort.

Unit Eight – Hair Care

Hair, like nails, is an appendage of the skin and similar in composition to the epidermis, the outer layer of the skin. The point from which all hair is nourished and produced is the papilla, situated at the base of the follicle, a tube or pocket of skin, from which the hair emerges.

Growth of Hair

Hair is the most rapidly developing cellular structure in the entire body, with the possible exception of bone marrow. It grows on average about half an inch (1.25 cm) a month, faster in summer than in winter and more at night than in the daytime. Length is determined by the growing cycle. The growing phase, anagen, can last up to six years. Followed by the degenerating phase, catagen, when the hair follicle stops growing and then shrinks.

The main causes of dry and straw like hair are seen as being either natural wear and tear or mechanical damage, and chemical damage.

  • Natural Damage
  • Wear and Tear and Mechanical Damage
  • Chemical Damage

Unit Nine – Accentuating Positive Attributes

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Identify and enhance face shapes
  • Describe the processes involved with correction

Let us first give consideration to the actual shape of the face itself, before we even think about making learning how to apply make-up.

Face Shaping

Most students will already appreciate that apart from undergoing plastic surgery, there is relatively little that a woman (or a beauty therapist, for that matter) can do to alter the basic shape and structure of her face and her features.

Types of Face Shapes

  • Square shape
  • Long shape
  • Oval shape
  • Heart shape
  • Pear shape

Initially, then, let us begin by discussing how it is possible to correct the mouth and the lips. In doing so we shall be looking at the problems and correction of the following:

  • Flat Mouth
  • Button
  • Mouth
  • Ageing
  • Mouth
  • Uneven Lips
  • Unbalanced Lips
  • Wide Mouth
  • Drooping Mouth
  • Thin Lips
  • Sensitive Lips

Unit Ten – Basic Nutrition

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Understand the stages of general adaptation syndrome
  • Understand the classification of essential nutrients
  • Define the term 'vitamin'

The General Adaptation Syndrome

Adaptation and Homeostasis form the basic principles of our learning experience whether it is intellectual learning or learning what foods and exercise and hobbies are "good for us". Things we like and make us feel good we tend to repeat, things that are not pleasant we tend to avoid. But where we are unable to assess the inner workings of our body, we are not always that accurate in assessing the benefit of what we do and what we pour into our gullet.

  • Stage 1: Initial Response
  • Stage 2: Adaptation
  • Stage 3: Exhaustion
  • Stage 4: Recovery
  • Stage 5: Hypersensitivity

The Essential Nutrients

Your body is composed of molecules made from the food you consume. Your digestive tract produces about 10 liters of enzyme secretions every day to digest part of the 100 tons of food you are likely to consume over your lifetime.

Vitamins

Vitamins are organic nutrients found in foods and are essential in small quantities for both growth and good health. Chemically vitamins are made from of the same elements: carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and sometimes nitrogen or cobalt, but their elements are arranged differently and so perform different functions in the body.

  • Fat soluble vitamins
  • Water soluble vitamins

Unit 11 – Basic Nutrition

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Identify the importance of mineral and the various foods they can be found in
  • Explain the importance of water to the body
  • Discuss the deficiency of indications of minerals in the diet

Minerals

If we extracted all the minerals out of a human body, they would weigh about 4 or 5 pounds (9 - 11kg). While we need only small amounts of minerals in our diet, they perform critical functions: building of bones and teeth, regulating heartbeat, transporting oxygen from the lungs to tissues, etc.

  • Macro Minerals
  • Calcium and Phosphorus
  • Sodium
  • Potassium
  • Chloride
  • Magnesium
  • Sulphur

Micro Minerals

Notes on these will be found right at the end of the course when looking at the RDA's. As the measuring devices used by scientists become more sensitive so will the knowledge on the micronutrients expand. Micro-minerals, which are only just being accepted as essential, e.g. Boron, will be further studied and reported on.

WATER

Without food we can live for weeks. But without water, depending on the temperature, we only would last a few days. Nothing survives without water, and virtually nothing takes place in the body without water playing a vital role.

Unit Twelve- Anti-aging Therapy

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Explain the cross-linking theory of ageing
  • Describe the effect of free radicals
  • Understand the effect of antioxidants
  • Explain how diet can affect the process of ageing

Harvard cardiologist Dr Paul Ridker found that daily moderate drinkers have high levels of a natural clot buster called t-pa or tissue-type plasminogen activator. Non-drinkers had the lowest levels. Remarkably, the antioxidants in red grapes and red wine, like vitamin E, thwart free RADICALS ability to oxidize your bad type LDL blood cholesterol that sets the stage for artery clogging.

Do not drink at all if you are:

  • Pregnant
  • Planning to drive or perform other muscular and attention focused activities
  • Taking medication which may interact
  • A recovering alcoholic
  • Under 18 years of age
  • Some medical condition that could worsen from alcohol

Eating tips

  • Cut right down on all animal products.
  • Cut down on bread.
  • Cut out coffee and drink only real tea - black or green.
  • Eat soybean foods.
  • Restrict calories.
  • Cut out on sugar
  • Stop smoking and limit alcohol
  • Eat fish for essential fatty acids

Unit Thirteen – Massage

Principles of massage:

Massage is the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body using the hands. It is one of the oldest forms of healing known to man. In its simplest form, it is instinctive to all of us to rub the part of the body that is hurting. 'Rubbing it better'.

  • Benefits of Massage
  • Massage Mediums
  • Hand and Arm Massage

Methods of Hand and Arm Massage

  • Effleurage
  • Petrissage
  • Rotating
  • Circling
  • Sliding

Unit Fourteen – Sterilization

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Understand the difference between sterilization
  • Identify equipment for sterilization

Autoclave

This is the most effective method of sterilization and what is done is that instruments are sterilized at high pressure in an autoclave. A good example of this would be a pressure cooker.

Ultraviolet Rays

These types of rays also sterilize but unfortunately have a very low rate of penetration. The ultraviolet rays are emitted in a cabinet which may be wall mounted or kept on a surface.

Glass Bead Sterilizers

Glass bead sterilizers reach temperature of between one hundred and ninety degrees and three hundred degrees, depending on the model.

Chemical Methods of Sterilization

Concentrated liquid chemical agents are available which have to be diluted for use. Some chemical agents act either as a disinfectant or as a sterilant, depending on the strength of their solution and the time for which items are kept in contact with Some liquid chemical sterilizers are very harmful to the skin and great care is needed when handling them.

Unit Fifteen – Basic Waxing Procedures

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Understand the different stages of hair growth
  • Identify the different types of wax
  • Describe how to apply and remove wax
  • Compare different methods of hair removal

Terminology of Hair

  • Superfluous hair
  • Hypertrichosis
  • Hirsutism
  • Depilation
  • Epilation

Unit Sixteen – Starting your Business

Business Logistics of setting up a Practice

It is a world-wide phenomenon that more and more people are becoming involved in complementary or alternative practices. A new entrepreneurial spirit seems to have emerged.

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon successful completion of this course and achieving a passing score for the assessment, you will   be issued with an international continuing education credit (CEU) certificate.

This Certificate is applicable worldwide, which demonstrates your commitment to learning new skills. You can share the certificate with your friends, relatives, co-workers, and potential employers. Also, include it in your resume/CV, professional social media profiles and job applications.

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Units of Study

Basic Anatomy and Physiology

  • Analyse the six systems of the body
  • Identify the function of the liver and gall bladder
  • Explore the purpose of the thyroid gland
  • Evaluate the functions of the four main groups of joints
  • Introduce the functions of the vertebral column
  • Investigate the parts of key parts of the eye

The Functions of Cells, Tissues and the Skin

  • Explore the organs of the human body
  • Investigate the functions of the skin
  • Evaluate cells and tissues with regard to sweat glands and maintenance of body temperature
  • Analyse the functions of nerve endings
  • Introduce the functions of the nail

The Healthy Body

  • Introduce the ‘environmental’ factors that have effect humans
  • Identify the substances that harm the human body
  • Demonstrate the importance of looking after the human body
  • Explore the concept of ‘ideal body weight’
  • Analyse the effects of self-esteem

Personal Hygiene

  • Explore the concept of bathing
  • Introduce revivers and Special Bath Treatments
  • Demonstrate the importance of body scrubs
  • Describe the eccrine and apocrine sweat glands

Skin Consultation and Care

  • Explore an in-depth analyse of skin
  • Discuss the importance of skin
  • Analyse some common skin types
  • Define the structure and functions of cleansers
  • Define the structure and functions of moisturisers
  • Define the structure and functions of skin foods and nourishing creams

Skin Care

  • Introduce the stages of the skin care routine
  • Explore the necessary procedure for administering a facial
  • Examine the benefits of a facial massage
  • Analyse the procedure for administering a facial massage 

Manicure & Pedicure

  • Identify the key processes of giving a manicure
  • Identify the key processes of giving a pedicure

 Hair Care

  • Explore hair structure
  • Investigate the concept of hair growth
  • Analyse common hair related terms
  • Describe the necessary products to care/style for hair

Accentuating Positive Attributes

  • Analyse the techniques use to mimic good bone structure
  • Investigate the combination of factors that make up the term ‘beauty’
  • Demonstrate how to work with varying face shapes
  • Discuss the rules of working with clients’ facial features
  • Describe the processes involved with correcting flaws of the mouth

General Nutrition

  • Analyse the stages of the general adaptation syndrome
  • Introduce the importance of vitamins to the body
  • Investigate the functions of fat soluble vitamins
  • Investigate the functions of water soluble vitamins

General Nutrition – Continued

  • Introduce the importance of water for the human body
  • Explore the uses of Calcium and Phosphorus
  • Demonstrate the importance of Sodium
  • Analyse the effects of magnesium and potassium on the human body

Anti-Ageing Therapy

  • Explore the impacts of facial muscle contractions
  • Investigate the cross-linking theory of ageing
  • Analyse the effects of a range of factors that speed up the ageing process
  • Analyse the effects of a range of factors that slow down the ageing process
  • Describe the ageing process
  • Demonstrate the uses of quercetin
  • Explore the functions of beta-carotene within the human body
  • Demonstrate the uses of garlic on the human body

Massage – Hands and Arms

  • Explore the major principles of massage
  • Introduce three different types of massage movement
  • Analyse the benefits of massage
  • Investigate the full procedure of a hand and arm massage
  • Investigate the full procedure of a foot massage

Sterilisation

  • Introduce the autoclave sterilisation method
  • Explore the use of ultra-violet rays as a sterilisation method
  • Describe glass beads as a sterilisation method
  • Investigate chemical methods used for sterilisation

Basic Waxing Procedures

  • Investigate the procedure for waxing the patient’s legs
  • Investigate the procedure for waxing the patient’s lower abdomen

Starting Your Business

  • Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of setting up a therapy practice
  • Investigate strategies that can be used to exploit business growth areas
  • Explore the factors that need to be considered when determining whether or not to set up a practice
  • Describe how to objectively assess the evaluation
Requirements

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

Microsoft Windows XP, or laterModern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

OSX/iOS 6 or laterModern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or fasterFlash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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  • Basic Anatomy and Physiology
  • The Functions of Cells, Tissues, and the Skin
  • The Healthy Body
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Skin Consultation and Care
  • Skin Care
  • Manicure & Pedicure
  • Hair Care
  • Accentuating Positive Attributes
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Study Beauty Therapist Online Courses and Learn the Natural Way to Stay Young

Our Beauty Therapist Online Course will give you the knowledge to be able to advise clients on skin and body care. The course covers everything you need to know to be a professional and effective beauty therapist, from anatomy and physiology to hygiene and from reception to techniques and treatments.

Beauty therapy is the application of the science of improving a person's appearance and self-esteem. Beauty therapists employ a variety of face and body treatment options and techniques to help their clients feel and look their best. Because of today's high technological standards in the production of beauty products, significant advancements are possible.

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The Beauty Therapist Online Courses is delivered 100 percent online.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

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  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Beauty Therapist Online Courses
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Beauty Therapist Online Courses - Outline

Unit One – Basic Anatomy and Physiology

The Skeletal System

  • Long Bones are the bones of the arms and legs, fingers and toes
  • Short Bones are the bones of the wrist and ankles
  • Flat Bones are the bones of the skull, thorax and pelvis
  • Irregular Bones are the bones of the vertebral column and face
  • Sesamoid Bones (included in irregular bones) are rounded masses found in certain tendons of muscles, the best example being the patella or knee cap.

Muscles of the Human Body

Muscles form the flesh of the body. They give shape (curves) to the body and most importantly, perform the function of movement. Muscles make up approximately fifty percent of our body weight.

The Nervous System

The nervous system is concerned with the integration and control of all bodily functions. It makes it possible for us to be aware of our environment and to respond to changes within that environment.

The Endocrine System

Endocrine glands are ductless glands, so called because the secretions they make do not leave the glands through ducts, but pass directly into the blood circulating through the substance of the glands.

Unit Two – The Functions of Cells, Tissues, and the Skin

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Understand the structure and function of cells and tissues
  • Categorize the different types of tissue
  • Describe the structure and function of the skin
  • Identify disorders and diseases of the skin

Function of the Cell

  • The absorption of nourishment.
  • Growth and repair.
  • Reproduction by division.
  • The excretion of waste products.
  • Some cells have the power of movement.

The Tissues

Cells packed or grouped together form tissue. There are several different types or shapes of cells forming tissues depending on the function of that part of the body, e.g. compact tissue of the bones causing them to be hard, therefore supporting the body.

  1. Epithelium
  2. Connective tissue
  3. Muscular tissue
  4. Nervous tissue

The Skin

The skin is the largest organ of the body and has many functions. We are most aware of it as it covers every inch of the body. It is the component of the body which is most exposed to injury. Daily we tend to bring minor trauma to our skin. Our skin is taken for granted. In fact, it is a very complex organ whose correct functioning is essential to life.

The Dermis

The dermis is attached to the epidermis by projections from the dermis called papillae. The dermis is the inner layer which consists of fibrous and connective tissue.

Sweat Glands

The main part of the sweat gland is situated in the dermis. The duct, however, spirals towards the surface through the epidermis. The gland is made up of a tightly convoluted tube which is lined by cubical epithelium and surrounded by a network of capillaries.

Nails

Nails are modifications of the epidermis, and are horny plates corresponding to the claws or hooves of animals. Nails are developed from the stratum lucidum of the nail bed, and composed of densely packed keratinized cells.

HAIR

Most parts of the skin are covered by hair either course or downy. No hair is found on the palms of the hand or soles of the feet. The roots of the hairs are found in the dermis.

Unit Three – The Healthy Body

This course has been formulated for and about women, and deals with two aspects of a woman’s life that are essentially interlinked:

All students will obviously appreciate that the transition from girl to young woman and from young woman to mature woman takes time and, as in everything else, the processes will be shorter, longer, easier or more complicated depending on a number of factors.

The most important of these include:

  1. Genetic inheritance.
  2. The Environment in which a woman grows up and lives.

The course assignments will describe the essentials for basic healthy living:

  • Food
  • Exercise
  • Hygiene

And through to more elaborate programs aimed at developing and maintaining a woman’s body at a high level of fitness. The course content will:

  1. Explain how the woman’s body works.
  2. Include numerous ways of catering for, cosseting and beautifying it.
  3. Devote space to discussing and suggesting ways that women can use to cope with the many problems that they may have to face in their lives, from alcoholism to warts.

Unit Four – Personal Hygiene

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Outline the various bath additives
  • Understand the difference between eccrine and apocrine sweat glands

Neither sweat nor sebum smells unpleasant in itself; to the contrary, the vague salty odor on the skin can often be found to be both healthy and attractive. The body odors that people do find objectionable manifest themselves when air is unable to circulate freely over the skin because of clothes, and so moisture cannot evaporate.

Special Bath Treatments. Depending on what you put into the water, a bath can be:

  • Nourishing
  • Stimulating
  • Toning
  • Soothing
  • Relaxing

Application of Body Scrubs. These should be used for:

  • Gooseflesh
  • Blackheads
  • Skin that needs revitalizing

Chest and Back Spots

This complaint is common for the more 'greasy-skinned' women as well as for adolescents. The areas should be kept clean by regular washing and scrubbing (if not too blemished and tender), with a bath brush, a loofah, a bath mitt, or by using a special abrasive sponge and medicated soap.

Body Odor

It is a fact that everybody sweats. However, there is no need for a woman to smell unless she is careless or just plain uncaring about herself. Sweat only becomes smelly in the areas of the body where fresh air does not circulate easily.

Unit Five – Skin Consultation and Care

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Identify the actions that are detrimental to the appearance of skin
  • Describe the different skin types
  • Identify which products should be used for the different skin types

The skin takes care of itself to a certain extent, producing its own oils and moisture for lubrication. But the sebaceous glands that do this do not always function correctly. They may produce too much sebum (oil) or too little.

Different skin types:

  1. Dry Skin
  2. Greasy Skin
  3. Combination Skin
  4. Balanced Skin

Products in general

Any of the brand names available in the large stores and pharmacists are safe to use, though if you or your clients have a sensitive skin or have suffered from allergies, it is probably wiser to go for the ranges of hypo-allergenic products.

  • Cleansers
  • Moisturizers
  • Eye Creams, Throat Creams and Wrinkle Creams
  • Skin Peeling or Exfoliating Treatments

Unit Six – Skin Care

A woman's skin is changing, sloughing-off dead cells and growing new ones, all the time. There is no sense in you or your client wasting money on skin-care products unless they are going to be used regularly. Any beauty therapist should be able to tell at a glance the difference between a cared-for skin and one which has been subjected regularly to the 'hit and miss treatment.’

Skin-Care Routine

  • The Cleansing Process
  • The Toning Process
  • The Nourishing Process

Unit 7 – Manicure and Pedicure

Despite all, women expect their hands and feet to not only work efficiently but also to look good. This is an area in which a beauty therapist’s knowledge and skills often prove to be invaluable to the client. Beautiful hands are a tremendous advantage. Students and clients with fairly unremarkable faces and figures can have hands that are hypnotically attractive to watch.

Hand Protection

It is not so many years ago that hands were seen as being able to reveal a woman’s social status. A 'lady’s' hands were always soft and white, showing that she did no manual work, and to keep them this way hand care was taken very seriously.

Hand Cleaning

Strange as it may seem, it is possible to forget for days on end actually to clean the hands. They may be washed at odd moments during the day, but this is not the same thing. Often women are so busy cleaning their face, teeth and so on that their hands are left out of the process.

Hand Nourishing

Last thing at night, after having applied the moisturizer or night cream, massage in some hand cream. This should not take long; simply smooth on to the fronts and the backs of the hands, and massage each finger quickly. Always remember to bend the fingers backwards with the other hand and pull each finger gently to keep the joints flexible.

Hand Massage

Following a manicure, and also at night once in a while, it should be ensured that the hands are given a good massage. The following are a set of guidelines that the student would do well to acquaint him or herself with.

Hand Beauty Treatment

Students can give their own, or a client’s hands, a mask to improve the color and texture of the skin, just as they would do with the face. If a commercial brand is to be used, then a nourishing one should always be selected rather than a drying one.

Hand Exercises

Exercising will stimulate the circulation of blood to the hands and encourage nail growth, and will keep the hands supple and flexible. As well as recommending that the fingers are pressed back at night as previously suggested, students can also advocate that hand exercises should be incorporated into a regular exercise regime.

The Nails

The nail plate consists of layers of a hard enamel-like substance, Keratin, which are held together by a small amount of moisture and fats and it takes from 3 to 5 months depending on the individual, for the nail to grow.

Bearing this in mind, it is important for the student to remember that it will also take this length of time for any damage done to the nail while it is being formed in the matrix to grow out, or for students/clients to see any improvement if the nails are being improved using cuticle cream.

The Feet

The majority of problems with the feet will be of the client’s own making, as we said earlier. They are caused by total neglect of the feet, or worse, by squashing the feet, which are highly complex systems of bone and muscle, into too-tight shoes or balancing them on tiny heels. Nowadays, thank heavens, the 'winkle pickers' and high stiletto heels that were once 'de rigeur' have gone the way of many fashion fads. It is not difficult nowadays to find shoes that combine elegance and style with comfort.

Unit Eight – Hair Care

Hair, like nails, is an appendage of the skin and similar in composition to the epidermis, the outer layer of the skin. The point from which all hair is nourished and produced is the papilla, situated at the base of the follicle, a tube or pocket of skin, from which the hair emerges.

Growth of Hair

Hair is the most rapidly developing cellular structure in the entire body, with the possible exception of bone marrow. It grows on average about half an inch (1.25 cm) a month, faster in summer than in winter and more at night than in the daytime. Length is determined by the growing cycle. The growing phase, anagen, can last up to six years. Followed by the degenerating phase, catagen, when the hair follicle stops growing and then shrinks.

The main causes of dry and straw like hair are seen as being either natural wear and tear or mechanical damage, and chemical damage.

  • Natural Damage
  • Wear and Tear and Mechanical Damage
  • Chemical Damage

Unit Nine – Accentuating Positive Attributes

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Identify and enhance face shapes
  • Describe the processes involved with correction

Let us first give consideration to the actual shape of the face itself, before we even think about making learning how to apply make-up.

Face Shaping

Most students will already appreciate that apart from undergoing plastic surgery, there is relatively little that a woman (or a beauty therapist, for that matter) can do to alter the basic shape and structure of her face and her features.

Types of Face Shapes

  • Square shape
  • Long shape
  • Oval shape
  • Heart shape
  • Pear shape

Initially, then, let us begin by discussing how it is possible to correct the mouth and the lips. In doing so we shall be looking at the problems and correction of the following:

  • Flat Mouth
  • Button
  • Mouth
  • Ageing
  • Mouth
  • Uneven Lips
  • Unbalanced Lips
  • Wide Mouth
  • Drooping Mouth
  • Thin Lips
  • Sensitive Lips

Unit Ten – Basic Nutrition

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Understand the stages of general adaptation syndrome
  • Understand the classification of essential nutrients
  • Define the term 'vitamin'

The General Adaptation Syndrome

Adaptation and Homeostasis form the basic principles of our learning experience whether it is intellectual learning or learning what foods and exercise and hobbies are "good for us". Things we like and make us feel good we tend to repeat, things that are not pleasant we tend to avoid. But where we are unable to assess the inner workings of our body, we are not always that accurate in assessing the benefit of what we do and what we pour into our gullet.

  • Stage 1: Initial Response
  • Stage 2: Adaptation
  • Stage 3: Exhaustion
  • Stage 4: Recovery
  • Stage 5: Hypersensitivity

The Essential Nutrients

Your body is composed of molecules made from the food you consume. Your digestive tract produces about 10 liters of enzyme secretions every day to digest part of the 100 tons of food you are likely to consume over your lifetime.

Vitamins

Vitamins are organic nutrients found in foods and are essential in small quantities for both growth and good health. Chemically vitamins are made from of the same elements: carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and sometimes nitrogen or cobalt, but their elements are arranged differently and so perform different functions in the body.

  • Fat soluble vitamins
  • Water soluble vitamins

Unit 11 – Basic Nutrition

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Identify the importance of mineral and the various foods they can be found in
  • Explain the importance of water to the body
  • Discuss the deficiency of indications of minerals in the diet

Minerals

If we extracted all the minerals out of a human body, they would weigh about 4 or 5 pounds (9 - 11kg). While we need only small amounts of minerals in our diet, they perform critical functions: building of bones and teeth, regulating heartbeat, transporting oxygen from the lungs to tissues, etc.

  • Macro Minerals
  • Calcium and Phosphorus
  • Sodium
  • Potassium
  • Chloride
  • Magnesium
  • Sulphur

Micro Minerals

Notes on these will be found right at the end of the course when looking at the RDA's. As the measuring devices used by scientists become more sensitive so will the knowledge on the micronutrients expand. Micro-minerals, which are only just being accepted as essential, e.g. Boron, will be further studied and reported on.

WATER

Without food we can live for weeks. But without water, depending on the temperature, we only would last a few days. Nothing survives without water, and virtually nothing takes place in the body without water playing a vital role.

Unit Twelve- Anti-aging Therapy

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Explain the cross-linking theory of ageing
  • Describe the effect of free radicals
  • Understand the effect of antioxidants
  • Explain how diet can affect the process of ageing

Harvard cardiologist Dr Paul Ridker found that daily moderate drinkers have high levels of a natural clot buster called t-pa or tissue-type plasminogen activator. Non-drinkers had the lowest levels. Remarkably, the antioxidants in red grapes and red wine, like vitamin E, thwart free RADICALS ability to oxidize your bad type LDL blood cholesterol that sets the stage for artery clogging.

Do not drink at all if you are:

  • Pregnant
  • Planning to drive or perform other muscular and attention focused activities
  • Taking medication which may interact
  • A recovering alcoholic
  • Under 18 years of age
  • Some medical condition that could worsen from alcohol

Eating tips

  • Cut right down on all animal products.
  • Cut down on bread.
  • Cut out coffee and drink only real tea - black or green.
  • Eat soybean foods.
  • Restrict calories.
  • Cut out on sugar
  • Stop smoking and limit alcohol
  • Eat fish for essential fatty acids

Unit Thirteen – Massage

Principles of massage:

Massage is the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body using the hands. It is one of the oldest forms of healing known to man. In its simplest form, it is instinctive to all of us to rub the part of the body that is hurting. 'Rubbing it better'.

  • Benefits of Massage
  • Massage Mediums
  • Hand and Arm Massage

Methods of Hand and Arm Massage

  • Effleurage
  • Petrissage
  • Rotating
  • Circling
  • Sliding

Unit Fourteen – Sterilization

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Understand the difference between sterilization
  • Identify equipment for sterilization

Autoclave

This is the most effective method of sterilization and what is done is that instruments are sterilized at high pressure in an autoclave. A good example of this would be a pressure cooker.

Ultraviolet Rays

These types of rays also sterilize but unfortunately have a very low rate of penetration. The ultraviolet rays are emitted in a cabinet which may be wall mounted or kept on a surface.

Glass Bead Sterilizers

Glass bead sterilizers reach temperature of between one hundred and ninety degrees and three hundred degrees, depending on the model.

Chemical Methods of Sterilization

Concentrated liquid chemical agents are available which have to be diluted for use. Some chemical agents act either as a disinfectant or as a sterilant, depending on the strength of their solution and the time for which items are kept in contact with Some liquid chemical sterilizers are very harmful to the skin and great care is needed when handling them.

Unit Fifteen – Basic Waxing Procedures

The learning outcomes of this unit are:

  • Understand the different stages of hair growth
  • Identify the different types of wax
  • Describe how to apply and remove wax
  • Compare different methods of hair removal

Terminology of Hair

  • Superfluous hair
  • Hypertrichosis
  • Hirsutism
  • Depilation
  • Epilation

Unit Sixteen – Starting your Business

Business Logistics of setting up a Practice

It is a world-wide phenomenon that more and more people are becoming involved in complementary or alternative practices. A new entrepreneurial spirit seems to have emerged.

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon successful completion of this course and achieving a passing score for the assessment, you will   be issued with an international continuing education credit (CEU) certificate.

This Certificate is applicable worldwide, which demonstrates your commitment to learning new skills. You can share the certificate with your friends, relatives, co-workers, and potential employers. Also, include it in your resume/CV, professional social media profiles and job applications.

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Units of Study

Basic Anatomy and Physiology

  • Analyse the six systems of the body
  • Identify the function of the liver and gall bladder
  • Explore the purpose of the thyroid gland
  • Evaluate the functions of the four main groups of joints
  • Introduce the functions of the vertebral column
  • Investigate the parts of key parts of the eye

The Functions of Cells, Tissues and the Skin

  • Explore the organs of the human body
  • Investigate the functions of the skin
  • Evaluate cells and tissues with regard to sweat glands and maintenance of body temperature
  • Analyse the functions of nerve endings
  • Introduce the functions of the nail

The Healthy Body

  • Introduce the ‘environmental’ factors that have effect humans
  • Identify the substances that harm the human body
  • Demonstrate the importance of looking after the human body
  • Explore the concept of ‘ideal body weight’
  • Analyse the effects of self-esteem

Personal Hygiene

  • Explore the concept of bathing
  • Introduce revivers and Special Bath Treatments
  • Demonstrate the importance of body scrubs
  • Describe the eccrine and apocrine sweat glands

Skin Consultation and Care

  • Explore an in-depth analyse of skin
  • Discuss the importance of skin
  • Analyse some common skin types
  • Define the structure and functions of cleansers
  • Define the structure and functions of moisturisers
  • Define the structure and functions of skin foods and nourishing creams

Skin Care

  • Introduce the stages of the skin care routine
  • Explore the necessary procedure for administering a facial
  • Examine the benefits of a facial massage
  • Analyse the procedure for administering a facial massage 

Manicure & Pedicure

  • Identify the key processes of giving a manicure
  • Identify the key processes of giving a pedicure

 Hair Care

  • Explore hair structure
  • Investigate the concept of hair growth
  • Analyse common hair related terms
  • Describe the necessary products to care/style for hair

Accentuating Positive Attributes

  • Analyse the techniques use to mimic good bone structure
  • Investigate the combination of factors that make up the term ‘beauty’
  • Demonstrate how to work with varying face shapes
  • Discuss the rules of working with clients’ facial features
  • Describe the processes involved with correcting flaws of the mouth

General Nutrition

  • Analyse the stages of the general adaptation syndrome
  • Introduce the importance of vitamins to the body
  • Investigate the functions of fat soluble vitamins
  • Investigate the functions of water soluble vitamins

General Nutrition – Continued

  • Introduce the importance of water for the human body
  • Explore the uses of Calcium and Phosphorus
  • Demonstrate the importance of Sodium
  • Analyse the effects of magnesium and potassium on the human body

Anti-Ageing Therapy

  • Explore the impacts of facial muscle contractions
  • Investigate the cross-linking theory of ageing
  • Analyse the effects of a range of factors that speed up the ageing process
  • Analyse the effects of a range of factors that slow down the ageing process
  • Describe the ageing process
  • Demonstrate the uses of quercetin
  • Explore the functions of beta-carotene within the human body
  • Demonstrate the uses of garlic on the human body

Massage – Hands and Arms

  • Explore the major principles of massage
  • Introduce three different types of massage movement
  • Analyse the benefits of massage
  • Investigate the full procedure of a hand and arm massage
  • Investigate the full procedure of a foot massage

Sterilisation

  • Introduce the autoclave sterilisation method
  • Explore the use of ultra-violet rays as a sterilisation method
  • Describe glass beads as a sterilisation method
  • Investigate chemical methods used for sterilisation

Basic Waxing Procedures

  • Investigate the procedure for waxing the patient’s legs
  • Investigate the procedure for waxing the patient’s lower abdomen

Starting Your Business

  • Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of setting up a therapy practice
  • Investigate strategies that can be used to exploit business growth areas
  • Explore the factors that need to be considered when determining whether or not to set up a practice
  • Describe how to objectively assess the evaluation
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16.  Is there an assessment or exam?

Yes,
you will be required to complete a multiple-choice test online at the
end of your course, you can do this test as many times as you require.

17.  What type of certificate will I receive?

You
will receive a Certificate of Completion that is applicable worldwide,
which demonstrates your commitment to learning new skills. You can share
the certificate with your friends, relatives, co-workers and employers.
Also, include it in your resume/CV, professional social media profiles
and job applications.

Wendy Sue Hunt - 5 STAR REVIEW
"If you are considering taking any “Courses for Success”, I would highly recommend it. I have always been a firm believer it’s important to always sharpen your skills. You are never too old to learn more. I found the courses very helpful, interesting and easy to understand.
The term “Courses for Success” helped me in my current position to succeed. After completing the courses, I gave my manager the completion certificates. Recently I received a promotion too."

Valencia Marie Aviles - 5 STAR REVIEW
"I
had a very good experience with my course. It has helped me to get
multiple jobs and prepared me for almost everything I would need to
know. The course was very informative and easy to understand and broken
up perfectly to be done in a short amount of time while still learning a
good amount! I would recommend Courses for Success to anyone trying to
get abs certifications for job advancements, it is well worth it!"

ELENA GRIFFIN - 5 STAR REVIEW
"I have absolutely enjoyed the materials from Courses for Success. The materials are easy to understand which makes learning enjoyable. Courses for Success have great topics of interest which make you come back for
more.
Thank you Courses for Success for being part of my learning journey and making education affordable!"

Our
completion certificates are very valuable and will help you progress in
your work environment and show employers how committed you are to learn
new skills, you might even get a promotion.

18.  Will this course be credited by universities?

No, it is not equivalent to a college or university credit.

19.  Am I guaranteed to get a job with this certificate?

This course will give you the skills you need to help you obtain employment, but it’s up to you if you get the job or not.

20.  How will this course assist me with my career?

Studying
and completing this course will show employers that you have the
knowledge in this field, additionally you will gain more confidence in
this area of expertise.

21.  How long is the certificate valid for?

The Certificates are valid for life and do not need renewing. 

22.  Can I take more than one course at a time?

Courses
are studied online at your own pace and you are free to study as many
or as few courses as you wish, we also offer online course bundles that
allow you to save on additional courses so that you may get all the
topics related to your training goals in one go.

23.  What are the Payment Methods available? Is there a payment plan?

We accept payments via PayPal, Credit Card and Bank Transfer.

Payment Plans: We have partnered with Partial.ly, to offer our own in house payment plan. Everyone is Pre-Approved, providing the initial deposit is paid in full.

To pay via bank transfer contact us info@coursesforsuccess.com

24.  Can I purchase for multiple people?

Yes, you can do this by purchasing individually via website or send us a request via email at info@coursesforsuccess.com

25.  Can I request for an invoice before purchase?

Yes, you can request for an invoice via email at info@coursesforsuccess.com

26.  Purchase for a gift?

Yes, you can purchase this course as a gift, simply send an email to info@coursesforsuccess.com, with the course details and we can accommodate this.

27.  Can I create my own course bundle?

Yes,
you can customize your own bundle. Please send us the complete list
with the exact course link of the courses you'd like to bundle up via
email info@coursesforsuccess.com and we will create them for you. *Each course access, time of completion and certification varies depending on the course type.

28.  How will I contact Courses For Success if I have any questions?

You can contact our support team, at any time through live chat on our website, or email at info@coursesforsuccess.com, or by calling one of our phone numbers depending on which country you are in.  

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