CIBTAC COURSES 

 

 

 

CIBTAC Level 3 Certificate In The Principles Of Cosmetic Practice 

The CIBTAC Level 3 Certificate in the Principles of Cosmetic Practice is aimed at preparing Learners to enter the beauty therapy sector with a view to progressing to Level 4 study in aesthetic treatments and may also be of interest to those wishing to extend their Level 2 study. The units within this qualification have been mapped to the National Occupational Standards and relate specifically to the job role of a beauty therapist.

This course includes:
Health And Safety
The unit is about the individual’s ability to monitor and maintain health and safety practice within a working salon/spa environment. Learners will improve their knowledge of health and safety and develop supervisory skills to enable them to carry out carry out risk assessments and monitor health and safety issues in the salon.
Client Care 
The consultation procedure is an essential part of any treatment in terms of building Client confidence and relationships and as such an effective and thorough approach to the consultation process lies at the heart of all good treatments. A thorough knowledge by the therapist, of a variety of methods of communicating and providing Client care is required, along with an essential understanding of how to evaluate the information gained and formulate recommendations. This unit will enable the Learner to develop their consulting skills and gain a deeper understanding of effective Client care. The Learner will also need to understand the importance of portraying a professional image in both appearance and conduct.
Skin Analysis And Assessment 
The basis of all good skin analysis lies in a complete knowledge by the Therapist of the anatomical structures and systems in the area to be treated, coupled with a thorough understanding of the abilities and functions of skincare products. This unit will enable the Learner to prepare for and provide skin analysis to meet the needs of the Client, whilst working in a safe and secure manner. This unit will assist in providing understanding of the organisational skills required, and technical processes and procedures involved in providing skin analysis. It will provide the foundation knowledge required to enable the Learner to identify possible contra-indications to treatment, as well as how to assess the Client’s skin to determine the skin type, skin conditions, and the best course of treatment to meet the Client’s individual needs. Learners will develop their understanding of the various skin types and conditions.
Beauty Therapy Science 
This unit will provide all of the necessary underpinning knowledge of electrical science, chemistry and physics to enable Learners to understand the natural and physical science behind electrical beauty therapy treatments.
Anatomy And Physiology (For Skin Treatments)
The basis of all confident and competent therapy treatments lies in a complete knowledge by the therapist of all the anatomical structures and systems in the area to be treated and an understanding of if, and how, they will be affected by treatment application.

Cost £2,250

£299 to enroll (Payment plans divided over 3 days of practical attendance at the academy. All models, course materials and equipment provided can be completed in 6 or 12 months). 

Pre course requisite level 2 or equivalent 

 
CIBTAC Level 4 Diploma In Advanced  Skin Studies And The Practice Of Chemical Peels And Micro-needling 
The CIBTAC Level 4 Diploma in Advanced Skin Studies and the Practice of Chemical Skin Peeling and Micro-Needling is a practical and knowledge-based qualification. It is aimed at equipping the learner with advanced knowledge of skin science and consultation and skin assessment along with practical skill competencies and, core underpinning knowledge and understanding required to carry out Chemical Skin Peeling and Micro-Needling treatments, within beauty salons, skin clinics and medispa. Existing clinical aesthetics practitioners may also wish to take this qualification as a way of advancing their knowledge and practical skill and of extending their portfolio of qualifications to include higher level learning in line with current government recommendations.
This course includes:
Core Knowledge

This is a preparation for work unit designed to ensure that all practitioners carrying out non-medical aesthetic treatments in the medispa, clinic, and salon environments have the underpinning knowledge required to carry out ethical, professional, safe, and effective treatments to enhance the protection of the public. It aims to cover legislative and UK government guidelines relevant to clinical non-surgical aesthetic practice, together with the principles of health and safety, hygienic practice and infection control, risk assessment, preparation of the clinical environment, professional ethics and codes of behavior, consultation, and the concepts of informed consent and request for treatment, clinical photography and evidence-based practice, clinical governance, and accountability working in a multidiscipline team and the provision of psychosocial and emotional support. Essential knowledge of anatomy and physiology and microbiology will be reviewed with an introduction to pathology, biochemistry, pharmacology, and biophysics.

Advanced Skin Science

This unit provides in-depth knowledge and understanding of skin anatomy, physiology, histology, and immunology relative to skin health, skin dysfunction, cosmetic dermatology, and advanced remedial treatment of the skin. It provides intricate knowledge of the structure and function of stratified squamous epithelial tissue, areolar tissue, and adipose tissue. The epidermal layers are scrutinized, to include the formation, structure, and function of the various types of specialized cells of the epidermis, the bilayer formation, epidermal lipids, Natural Barrier Function, and Natural Moisturising Factor. The Extra Cellular Matrix of the dermis, together with its appendages and histology, is studied in detail to include the inflammatory responses, immunology, tissue wounding, and degeneration, regeneration. Extensive study is also made of the physiology of the skin aging process and the formation of pigmentation pertinent to aesthetic practices.

Skin Health Assessment

This unit will develop in-depth knowledge of and understanding of skin diagnosis using visual diagnostics. Learners will also explore intrinsic and extrinsic elements which influence the condition and appearance of the skin. Learners will gain an understanding of how to carry out a thorough skin assessment using zonal analysis methods and evaluate the causes and characteristics of skin types and conditions. Learners will carry out investigative consultations and advanced skin assessments and reflect and contextualize the information to be able to devise safe, effective, and ethical skin treatment programs.

Chemical Peeling

This unit will ensure learners have a full understanding of the knowledge that underpins chemical skin peeling and that they can carry out professional, ethical, safe, and effective chemical peeling, whether working alone or in a multidisciplinary team in a clinical environment. This unit will ensure that necessary processes and procedures involved in dealing with clients/patients, health and safety, hygienic practice, risk assessment, preparation of the clinical environment, and professional ethics and codes of behavior are put into place and followed. This unit will ensure all learners understand the parameters of treatment that can be undertaken by medical and non–medical practitioners. This unit will ensure that learners can: be professional and communicate effectively making adaptations for client/patient differences; prepare for peeling treatments; carry out investigative consultation and analysis of the skin ensuring suitability and readiness for treatment; carry out treatment explanations and gain informed consent with an appreciation for ‘request for treatment’ consent; take photographs for clinical use; select appropriate peeling formulations in accordance with the skin needs and client/patient expectations and aims; carry out a range of safe and effective peeling treatments( very superficial peels to the stratum corneum) making adaptations for client /patient needs; give aftercare advise and carry out full documentation of treatment in accordance with legislative and organisational requirements; provide recommendations for future treatment needs and product usage; carry out post-treatment procedures to ensure all clients/patients are supported after treatment.

Micro-needling

This unit will ensure learners have a full understanding of the knowledge that underpins Micro-Needling treatment and that they can carry out professional, ethical, safe, and effective Micro-Needling, whether working alone or in a multidisciplinary team in a clinical environment. This unit will ensure that necessary processes and procedures involved in dealing with clients/patients, health and safety, hygienic practice, risk assessment, preparation of the clinical environment, and professional ethics and codes of behavior are put into place and followed. This unit will ensure all learners understand the parameters of treatment that can be undertaken by medical and non–medical practitioners. This unit will ensure that learners can: be professional and communicate effectively making adaptations for client/patient differences; prepare for micro-Needling treatments; carry out investigative consultation and analysis of the skin ensuring suitability and readiness for treatment: carry out treatment explanations and gain informed consent with an appreciation for ‘request for treatment’ consent; take photographs for clinical use; select appropriate manual Micro-Needling devices in accordance with Government recommendations, the skin needs, and client/ patient expectations and aims; carry out safe and effective Micro-Needling treatments making adaptations for client /patient needs; give aftercare advice and carry out full documentation of treatment in accordance with legislative and organisational requirements; provide recommendations for future treatment needs and product usage; carry out post-treatment procedures to ensure all clients/patients are supported after treatment

Cost £4,995

£299 to enroll (Payment plans divided over 8 days of practical attendance at the academy. All models, course materials and equipment provided can be completed in 6 or 12 months). 

Pre course requisite level 3 or equivalent 

CIBTAC Level 4 Certificate In Advanced Skin Studies And The Principles Of Aesthetic Practice

The CIBTAC Level 4 Certificate in Advanced Skin Studies and the Principles of Aesthetic Practice is a knowledge-based qualification. It is aimed at equipping the Learner with knowledge that underpins safe and effective, non-surgical, clinical aesthetic practice within beauty salons, skin clinics and medispa. It is suitable for Learners wanting to enter the sector and for existing practitioners who may wish to take this qualification to ensure they have higher level learning in line government recommendations.

This course includes the above three units of:

Core Knowledge

Advanced Skin Science

Skin Health Assessment 

Cost £3,500

£299 to enroll (Payment plans divided over 3 days of practical attendance at the academy. All models, course materials and equipment provided can be completed in 12 weeks to 6 months). 

Pre course requisite level 3 or equivalent 

CIBTAC Level 4 Certificates 

Core Knowledge

Cost £1,500

£299 to enroll (Payment plans divided over first assignment submission and 1 day exam attendance at the academy. All course materials and equipment provided can be completed in 12 weeks to 6 months). 

Pre course requisite level 3 or equivalent 

Advanced Skin Science

Cost £1,500

£299 to enroll (Payment plans divided over first assignment submission 1 day exam attendance at the academy. All course materials and equipment provided can be completed in 12 weeks to 6 months). 

Pre course requisite level 3 or equivalent 

Skin Health Assessment

Cost £1,500 

£299 to enroll (Payment plans divided over 3 days of practical attendance at the academy. All models, course materials and equipment provided can be completed in 12 weeks to 6 months). 

Pre course requisite level 3 or equivalent