April 15, 2024

Fully qualified in 16 weeks?

Muchof the qualification is completed as home-study, including written and practical coursework making this an ideal route for those who wish to study flexibly around other commitments.

It is really down to you and how hard you work which will make a difference to how long it takes for you to do your course. Once you have completed all training and coursework, you will arrange to attend a multiple choice written assessment day and practical assessment days to achieve your VTCT qualification.

Fast track your beauty career with us in as little as 16 weeks with our Internationally recognised and prestigious VTCT Qualifications.

You will have a head start and open up many doors within the industry whether that is employed within a salon, spa, nail bar, on a cruise liner or opening your own salon premises.


Our diploma courses are suitable for complete beginners and do not require any prior learning to be able to train with us; many of our students are not beauty trained and are looking to start up a business in the industry. We welcome students of all abilities, whether you are looking to learn a new skill from scratch or currently working as a therapist and looking to refresh your knowledge of particular treatments.

10. 5 HOURS

An estimate of what we suggest for the hours you should spend on the qualification per week to pass in 16 weeks. We do not advise you to spend 5 hours a day/night revising as your brain will not be used at it’s full potential and shorter time periods per study session are a lot more valuable.


  • A good nights sleep, between 6-8 hours per night.
  • Stop comparing your own progress to others, everybody has their own pace.
  • Make a study timetable and set aside time to revise.
  • Stay focused on your priorities.
  • Turn off all social media apps during your study periods.
  • Think about the future and what you are looking to achieve from this course.


– The City Guilds Textbook Level 2 Beauty Therapy for the Technical Certificateby Helen Beckmann

– Beauty Therapy: The Foundations, Level 2 by Lorraine Nordmann

– Anatomy and Physiology for Therapists and Healthcare Professionals by Ruth Hull

– Professional Beauty Therapy: Level 3 by Lorraine Nordmann

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