On this course you will learn how to perform a full Pedicure treatment, learn how to remove dirt or colour from toenails, file the nails to appropriate shape, grooming the cuticle around the Nail, removing rough skin from the feet and applying Nail lacquer in correct sequence, base coat, colour and finishing with a top coat to seal and shine.
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Pedicure Practitioner Diploma One-Day Course
Cost: - £150.00 (combined Manicure and Pedicure one day course also available costing £245.00)
Accreditation Body: ABT (Associated Beauty Therapists) & The Beauty Guild (26 cpd points)
Pre-Requisite: None - suitable for beginners
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Venues - this course is available at the following venues:-
Cumbria (Grange over Sands), County Durham (Darlington), Derbyshire (Derby), Essex (Chelmsford, Colchester, Witham or Walton on the Naze), Hampshire (Southampton), Hertfordshire (Watford), Kent (Chatham), Lancashire (Preston), Leicestershire (Leicester Forest East), Lincolnshire (Grimsby), Liverpool (Nr Aintree), W. Midlands (Stourbridge or Walsall), Norfolk (Norwich), Nottinghamshire (Nottingham), Scotland (Fife or Glasgow), Somerset (Wincanton), Staffordshire (Stoke on Trent), Suffolk (Felixstowe or Walton on the Naze), Wales (Pontypridd Nr Cardiff or Swansea), Wiltshire (Calne), Worcestershire (Tenbury Wells), Yorkshire (Leeds, Silsden or Wakefield)
A Pedicure is a foot treatment that promotes overall foot and nail health. A pedicure is similar to a manicure with the main difference being that a pedicure is strictly for the feet, while a manicure is done for the hands. The term pedicure comes from the Latin word "pedi" meaning foot and "cure" meaning care. A pedicure helps foot health by preventing a number of nail diseases and disorders when done regularly.
A Pedicure promotes foot health in a number of ways. First, the cutting, clipping and cleaning of nails is extremely important because it prevents nails from growing inward and causing an infection. Second, the removing of dead skin cells from the feet prevents the dead cells from accumulating and causing painful bunions or corns, and also allows newer skin cells to emerge and give the feet a smoother and softer feel. Finally, the foot massage portion of a pedicure is very important in promoting foot health because it increases circulation to the feet. Increased circulation improves agility in the feet and reduces the pain that results from being on one's feet all day. It also maintains the health and performance of foot muscles.
Course Content & Learning Outcomes
Duration: 1 Day Practical in the Classroom (if training with other students) or Half Day Practical in the Classroom (if intense 1-2-1 training on models)
Home study: 2 day guided learning hours required to be completed before the training day (emailed to you). This allows for an intensive one day practical study of the routine
Everything you need to learn this treatment is included in this course. Treatment products will be required after the course for this treatment (details in your manual)
Case Studies: Four - (although please note if the tutor feels that you have not reached a competent standard after completing your practical training then case studies will be set and a reassessment will be arranged. There is an additional charge for this being £40.00).
Entry Requirement: None, although we do recommend studying Anatomy & Physiology alongside this course
Awarding Body: ABT & The Beauty Guild
Cost: £150 (or £245 for combined Manicure/Pedicure one day course) includes training manual, training materials, assessment and certification
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