Pearson BTEC Level 1 Introductory in Hair and Beauty

The BTEC Level 1 Introductory in Hair & Beauty Therapy is a two year programme designed to give you the underpinning knowledge and skills of how to become a professional therapist in today’s industry. Covering a wide range of skills both practically and theoretically, throughout the two years, you will cover areas such as:

Health and Safety, Being Organised, Customer Care, Progression Opportunities, Consultations, Facials, Manicures, Nail art, Make- up techniques, Creating a themed make-up and Hair Styling piece.

The BTEC Level 1 qualification is delivered on site at Larches High School, this will be delivered by a qualified industry professional.

On completion of this course you will gain an accredited qualification:

Level 1 Award Introductory in Hair and Beauty

Level 1 Certificate Introductory in Hair and Beauty

Level 1 Diploma Introductory in Hair and Beauty

All BTEC qualifications are completed and marked through assignment, portfolio evidence, practical assessment and observation.

Curriculum planning Year 10

Knowledge / Skills to be developed and enhanced during Year 1 of the Introductory to Hair and Beauty.

Research skills and behaviour that would be required to progress in further education including a variety of resources and information about progression opportunities and requirements offer to school l leavers that will contribute towards producing a progression plan. Comparing and exploring progression opportunities within a specific field of the learner’s choice. Benefits and purpose of developing a progression plan. Finding out about progression opportunities to help create a personal progression plan. Identifying the skills and behaviours needed to meet these goals. Setting individual progression goals, Identifying the skills and behaviours needed to meet the requirements. Reviewing own skills and behaviours against expectations and creating a personalised progression plan.

Outlining the importance of health and safety with in a salon environment. How to consult with clients, how to prepare before a beauty treatment, Customer care Safe and hygienic working practices in a salon. Different types of beauty task presenting a professional image with client aftercare, covering a wide range of contra-indications found on the skin before or during a skincare treatment. Identify what a contra-indication is how this can prevent or restrict a treatment, how to look for contra-indications. Where to record contra- actions and accidents along with client aftercare. Create a safe working environment to demonstrate a facial treatment. Learn new techniques and practice skills. To be able to demonstrate skills and client care. Self-evaluation of each practice.

Year 10

KS4

Autumn Term 1 Autumn Term 1 Spring Term 1 Spring Term 2 Summer Term 1 Summer Term 2
 

Topics to be covered

Unit A2

 

Developing a progression plan

 

Unit A2

 

Developing a progression plan

Unit A2

 

Developing a progression plan

Unit HB9

 

Skincare- Health and safety

Unit HB9

 

Skincare- Health and safety

Unit HB9

 

Skincare- Health and safety

Curriculum planning – Year 11

Knowledge / Skills to be developed and enhanced during Year 2 of the Introductory to Hair and Beauty

Organisational and time management skills the use of ICT management tools, improved techniques to improve organisation, planning and managing information communicating appropriately with clients.

Client consultation, care and communication, Safe and hygienic working practice, Developing and communicating ideas for nail-art, Working with others in a simulated salon situation to prepare for and carry out nail art treatments along with factors influencing choice of treatment.

Equipment, tools and products for nail art Preparation procedures and application of techniques. Reviewing own work and identifying how to improve development and communicating ideas for hair styles and communicating appropriately with customers. Working with others, customers and hairdressers, in a simulated salon situation to prepare for and provide hair treatments, reviewing own work and identifying how to improve techniques. Learn underpinning knowledge of the hair structure. Demonstrate hair styling for men and women with products, tools and equipment used in hair treatments, preparation procedures Safe and hygienic working practices Client consultation, care and communication.

Identify a specific theme Create your image using a mood board Presentation of mood Board Preparation create a theme on a model and evaluate practice.

Year 11

KS4

Autumn Term 1 Autumn Term 2 Spring Term 1 Spring Term 2 Summer Term 1 Summer Term 2
Topics to be covered

 

 

Unit A1

 

Being Organised

 

Unit HB10

 

Demonstrating Nail Art

Unit HB10

 

Demonstrating Nail Art

Unit HB 12

 

Demonstrating Hair styling

Unit HB 12

 

Demonstrating Hair styling

Create an Image

Creating an Image using the skills and techniques used throughout you Level 1 BTEC