3rd Year Health & Skincare Diploma incl. Nail Technology
Fees include kit and learning material, uniform and towels.
R6 000 Registration Fee. The balance is paid over 6 or 10 months.
February 2017 – July 2017
Monday to Friday – 08h30 – 15h30. School closes at 16h00.
Health & Safety
& Professional Ethics
Client Care & Management Skills
Spa Therapy with Hydro Therapy
Sales & Marketing
Microbiology, Anatomy & Physiology III
Hot Stone Massage
Nail Technology Diploma
1st & 2nd Year Qualification.
58310 – National Diploma: Health and Skincare (NQF Level 6)
This qualification will enable the qualifying learner to function as a member of a multi-disciplinary team as a multi-skilled health and skincare practitioner. The learner will be skilled in visual, tactile, verbal and assessment skills to ascertain the client’s body and integumentary needs, in order to analyse the client’s state of health, and formulate a specific regime or protocol for the treatment, prevention and/or maintenance of wellbeing for the client.
Learners accredited with this qualification will be able to:
- Apply communication skills to provide effective health and skincare treatments.
- Demonstrate applied knowledge of microbiology, anatomy, physiology, physics, chemistry and psychosocial sciences.
- Plan, implement and evaluate health and skincare treatments based on a holistic assessment of the client.
- Participate in the promotion of holistic health care.
- Maintain professionalism in health and skincare practice.
- Participate and/or manage a health and skincare establishment.
A healthy lifestyle management is now required by most, if not all medical aid organisations. Not all people enjoy organized exercise, but the same stress release and improvement of self-esteem may be obtained through regular, effective skin and body-care treatments.
Health and Skincare competency contributes to employment opportunities in the cosmetic industry – one of the largest retail/commercial industries in both relatively developed and developing countries. There is an ever-increasing need for health and skin care therapists in previously disadvantaged communities; thus it is essential to ensure quality qualifications on the NQF.