The most recent Advanced Cosmetic Procedure course held at Trafford College was a real success with the delegates, without exception, enthusiastic, motivated and full of praise for the course. “It was a truly great group of delegates who bonded immediately and were a pleasure to teach” said Elaine Stoddart, Director of Training “and now we are on the move again with courses planned throughout the UK”
Trafford College was formed in September 2007 following the merger of North and South Trafford
Colleges. The College has approximately 11,000 students made up of 3,000 young people (aged
16-18) and 8,000 adults. With five sites across Greater Manchester the College prepares learners for a happy and fulfilled working life in a wide range of sectors. The Beauty Department is housed in a stunning, architecturally designed, state of the art building with 7 salons many of which have been recently refurbished to include top of the range equipment including a dry flotation bed, hydraulic treatment beds and interactive learning resources. Andrea Plimmer is head of this busy department which offers a full range of NVQ qualifications, bespoke training courses and the recent launch of a foundation degree in Complimentary therapies.
All the delegates were qualified electrologists aiming to learn new, versatile and effective skills in order to offer their clients continued and professional treatments as well as expanding their treatment portfolio with extremely lucrative and rewarding treatments. Many of them had recently completed the Sterex VTCT basic electrolysis qualification and were now eager to learn more. All the students successfully passed the course which covers the treatment of skin disorders such as broken capillaries, skin tags, milia, blood spots, spider naevus, seborrheic warts, plane warts, common warts and even verrucas. Hazel Critchlow, Sterex Manchester Trainer and the reception team at the college, worked incredibly hard organising a diverse range of models throughout the two day course achieving a total of nearly 40 models for the 8 students to work on. “It is the provision of models on these courses which ensures they are a great success and we are most grateful to Hazel for all her efforts”, said Elaine.
“Advanced Cosmetic Procedures is becoming increasingly popular as knowledge about this fascinating subject increases and we now hold courses on a monthly basis to cope with the increased demand”. Now we hope to reach the therapists who find it difficult to travel because of commitments and are running our 2009 courses throughout the UK. Places get booked very quickly so hurry and book up now!
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