Where is Beautec Beauty Academy’s training school?
Beautec Beauty Academy is situated on the London / Essex / Herts Border 5 minutes from Loughton station on the London Underground Central Line – 20 minutes from Liverpool Street.
With easy access by road, 10 minutes from the M25, Junction 26 at Waltham Abbey and less than 5 minutes from the M11 junction 5, we are perfectly situated to suit both local and commuting students.
Can I get insurance after the course?
All our courses are accredited by BABTAC and Guild of Professional Beauty Therapist which can arrange inexpensive insurance.
Will the Beautec Diploma enable me to get me a job?
As all our courses are accredited, you will be able to get insurance and work as self-employed either as a mobile therapist or in a salon/beauty room.
What should I consider when choosing a training school?
As all our courses are approved by the leading industry associations, we are well known and have a good reputation with in salons and industry professionals. We’ve had lots of leading salons send their own employees to us for training.
How much is the course deposit and when is the balance due?
A 30% deposit is required to hold a place on our courses and the balance is due 2 weeks prior to the course commencing. With our NVQ courses we can set up flexible payment plans, which enable you to pay whilst you study. All payments must be complete one month before the end of the course.
Are the course lecturers fully qualified?
All our lecturers hold teaching qualifications and are registered assessors with the appropriate qualifications in the subject areas they teach.
Will I need a kit?
For our short courses, all equipment and products are provided for you on the day. Howevr, if you would like to purchase a kit, we can provide one for any of the courses you part take in.
How much practice will I receive on the day?
The day is predominantly practical which will give you the experience you need to master the skill. You will be working on fellow students, this allows you to feel the treatments and also, give & receive feedback.
What time do the courses start and finish?
This can vary from course to course. Our day courses normal run from 10:00 to 17:00 and half day courses from 10:00 to 1:30. NVQ courses run on a weekly basis dependent on the level and usually run 9:30 - 4:30.
What should I wear for the course?
A professional beauty uniform is preferred, but if you are new to the industry comfortable, plain short sleeve clothing is best. Jewellery to be removed and hair tied off the face.
Will the course run if there are not enough students?
All courses will go ahead, although if there is only one person on the course you will be required to bring a model.
What kind of support is offered after attending a course with Beautec?
Full post-course support is offered. This can be done through email, telephone or in person and all students are encouraged to stay in touch.
English is my second language. Will I be able to take the course?
If English is not your first language and you feel you may find the course difficult to understand then please bring this to our attention so we can make the requirements needed for your success on the course. An interpreter can be used to help in the process. If students are unable to answer questions written or orally to show a satisfactory understanding of the subject then we reserve the right not to award our diploma which states that students have successfully completed a course at the required standard.
What happens if I have to cancel or postpone my course?
Deposits and course payments are non-refundable and non-transferable. Failure to attend a confirmed course will result in the loss of all payments made for that course. Beautec reserve the right to offer a new date for any courses we may have to cancel.