|Course Title||Beauty Management FdA|
The FdA Beauty Management programme will allow you to learn current industry techniques, develop those that you have already been introduced to at a lower level and build a strong foundation in the theories and background knowledge of the profession. An important feature of the course is the opportunity to develop your skills, knowledge and experience of management, leading people and making effective business decisions thus increasing salon revenue. Throughout your studies you will be offered support in the development of relevant study skills such as academic, ICT, independent learning, communication and time management. The teaching and learning strategies typically used by tutors on the course include lectures, seminars, practical workshops and tutorial. You will also be expected to undertake a significant amount of independent study.
Successful completion of this course could enable you to progress onto a BA (Hons) degree by undertaking a top-up course. This will require a further 12 months of study.
• Professional and Academic skills
• The Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy Industry in Context
• Fundamentals of Beauty Salon Operations
• Advanced Epilation
• Laser and Light Treatments for Skin Rejuvenation and Hair Removal
• Physiology of Ageing
• Beauty Salon Management in Practice
• Working with and Leading People
• Leading and Managing Hairdressing and Beauty Teams
• Advanced Massage Techniques
• Managing Financial Resources in Salons
• Work based learning
You will be assessed by a variety of methods including presentations, observations, case studies and written assignments.
This course has been designed with a focus on management, employability and business acumen to give you the skills that you will need to progress in your career. Special features of the course include:
• Extensive industry links with a range of beauty therapy industry employers providing students with the opportunity to visit a range of salons and other workplaces
• Students will attend lectures given by guest speakers from the industry
• Students are required to take part in a period of managed work experience at HE 5
• Students will learn skills in the entrepreneurship and business start up to aid them to become self employed
• Advanced practical skills run throughout the course to maximise student potential and expertise.
• The course enables students to develop their management and leadership skills including leading and managing teams and managing financial resources
All students receive an initial allocation of 600 print credits per academic year; additional credits can then be purchased if required. Photocopying facilities are available in the LRC at an additional cost. You will need to purchase a uniform for practical workshops.
Bury College celebrated success at this year’s Greater Manchester Skills for Business Awards. The college took home four awards in recognition of its exceptional commitment to providing learning opportunities to businesses, individuals and communities in Greater Manchester.