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Beauty Therapy (England)IMPORTANT NOTIFICATION FOR ALL APPRENTICESHIP STARTS FROM 6 APRIL 2015Modifications to SASE came into effect on 6th April 2015. These changes ONLY relate to the Transferable Skillsrequirements of a framework and they ONLY apply to new Apprenticeship starts on, or after, 6th April 2015.Apprenticeships starts before this date must continue to meet the 2013 SASE requirements for TransferableSkills. For more details of the changes and how they will affect new Apprenticeship starts, please read thefollowing preface page to the framework document.NB: Please check the "Revising a Framework" section for information on any additional changes that may havebeen made to this framework.Latest framework version?Please use this link to see if this is the latest issued version of this dex.cfm?id FR01995Issue date: 05 February 2013Issued bySkillsActive

Modifications to SASE came into effect on 6th April 2015. The changes ONLY relate to the Transferable Skillsrequirements of a framework and they ONLY apply to new Apprenticeship starts on, or after, 6th April 2015.Apprenticeships started before this date must continue to meet the 2013 SASE requirements for Transferable Skills.The modifications removed the “5 year rule”, meaning that acceptable qualifications, achieved before September 2012,are now in scope. This includes iGCSEs, A and AS Levels, O Levels and Key Skills. However, there are still minimumgrade/level requirements that need to be achieved, depending on the level of Apprenticeship being undertaken.There have also been some changes to the minimum grade/level requirements which, in summary are:Intermediate Apprenticeship:GCSE/iGCSE/A and AS Levels - minimum acceptable grade is now E, irrespective of achievement date(for ALL acceptable GCSEs/iGCSEs/A/AS Levels)Key Skills - minimum acceptable is Level 1, irrespective of achievement dateO Levels – minimum acceptable grade is C, irrespective of achievement dateAdvanced Apprenticeship:GCSE/iGCSE - minimum acceptable grade is now C, irrespective of achievement date(for ALL acceptable GCSEs/iGCSEs)A/AS Level - minimum acceptable is grade E, irrespective of achievement dateKey Skills - minimum acceptable is Level 2, irrespective of achievement dateO Levels - minimum acceptable grade is C, irrespective of achievement dateHigher Apprenticeship:There remains no mandatory requirement for Transferable Skills qualifications to be achieved.Please note that some frameworks may have grade/level requirements that are above the SASE minimum requirements.Please check the framework to ascertain where this is the case and/or check directly with the specific Issuing Authority responsiblefor the framework.The updated version of SASE, and guidance documents, can be accessed here: http://afo.sscalliance.org/SASEPLEASE NOTE THAT THAT THE NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSFERABLE SKILLS, AS DETAILED ABOVE, OVERRIDETHE NOTES AND GRADES/LEVELS ASSOCIATED WITH THE TRANSFERABLE SKILLS TABLES, WITHIN THIS DOCUMENT.Until the Transferable Skills tables can be updated, any references to “achieved before Sept 2012 and within 5 years ofstarting Apprenticeship” or “achieved before September 2012, otherwise at any time prior to starting Apprenticeship”can now be ignored.Over the next few months, the Transferable Skills section within AFO will be amended to reflect the SASE modificationsand all current frameworks will be updated and reissued to incorporate these changes. In the meantime, if you are inany doubt as to the requirements of any framework then please contact the relevant Issuing Authority.

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. Beauty Therapy (England)Framework summaryBeauty TherapyIntermediate Level Apprenticeship in Beauty TherapyThis framework includes information on Personal Learning and Thinking SkillsPathways for this framework at level 2 include:Pathway 1: Beauty Therapy - GeneralCompetence qualifications available to this pathway:N/AKnowledge qualifications available to this pathway:N/ACombined qualifications available to this pathway:B1 - Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy - GeneralThis pathway also contains information on:Employee rights and responsibilitiesFunctional skillsPathway 2: Beauty Therapy - Make-upCompetence qualifications available to this pathway:N/AKnowledge qualifications available to this pathway:N/ACombined qualifications available to this pathway:B1 - Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy - Make-upThis pathway also contains information on:Employee rights and responsibilitiesFunctional skillsBeauty TherapyAdvanced Level Apprenticeship in Beauty TherapyThis framework includes information on Personal Learning and Thinking SkillsPathways for this framework at level 3 include:Pathway 1: Beauty Therapy - GeneralCompetence qualifications available to this pathway:N/AapprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England)Knowledge qualifications available to this pathway:N/ACombined qualifications available to this pathway:B1 - Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy - GeneralThis pathway also contains information on:Employee rights and responsibilitiesFunctional skillsPathway 2: Beauty Therapy - Make-upCompetence qualifications available to this pathway:N/AKnowledge qualifications available to this pathway:N/ACombined qualifications available to this pathway:B1 - Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy - Make-upThis pathway also contains information on:Employee rights and responsibilitiesFunctional skillsPathway 3: Beauty Therapy - MassageCompetence qualifications available to this pathway:N/AKnowledge qualifications available to this pathway:N/ACombined qualifications available to this pathway:B1 - Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy - MassageThis pathway also contains information on:Employee rights and responsibilitiesFunctional skillsapprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England)Framework informationInformation on the Issuing Authority for this framework:SkillsActiveThe Apprenticeship sector for occupations in sports coaching, active leisure, hairdressing andbeauty (also includes fitness, stewarding, outdoors, playwork and sporting excellence).Issue number: 7This framework includes:Framework ID:Level 2Level 3FR01995Date this framework is to be reviewedby: 31/08/2014This framework is for use in: EnglandShort descriptionThe Beauty Therapy framework provides the option for apprentices to select discretedevelopment pathways including Beauty Therapy General or Beauty Therapy Make-Up atIntermediate Level and Beauty Therapy General, Beauty Therapy Make-Up or Beauty TherapyMassage at Advanced Level.There are two levels of Apprenticeship contained in this framework:Intermediate Level ApprenticeshipA learner may work as a junior beauty therapist or skin care and make up consultant.Advanced Level ApprenticeshipA learner may work as a beauty therapist, electrolysist, masseur/masseuse or make-up artist.Careers may take place in a variety of locations including beauty salons, hospitals, care homes,cruise ships, spas and health clubs or working freelance.apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England)Contact informationProposer of this frameworkHabia used a wide variety of methods to engage with employers and industry during thisconsultation resulting in attracting a wide and varied audience.This included:Employer workshopsIndustry ForumsConferencesPresentationsOnline consultationA questionnaire was developed along with a toolkit to assist employers with the understandingof key terms.A number of key Employers and Industry Organisations supported the development of thisframework including:Federation of Holistic TherapistsGill Morris TrainingProfessional Cosmetic SolutionsGrafton InternationalArmoniaEllisonsDeveloper of this frameworkName:Organisation:Organisation type:Job title:Phone:Email:Postal address:apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINECarolynne HansonHabiaStandard Setting BodyDevelopment Officer01302 [email protected] HouseSixth AvenueSky Business ParkRobin Hood AirportDoncasterDN9 3GG

. Beauty Therapy (England)Website:http://www.habia.org/Issuing Authority's contact detailsIssued by:Issuer contact name:Issuer phone:Issuer email:apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINESkillsActiveJane Goldsbro0207 632 [email protected]

. Beauty Therapy (England)Revising a frameworkContact detailsWho is making this revision:Your organisation:Your email address:Carolynne [email protected] this framework is being revisedTo include new qualifications from SQA and amend contact details.Summary of changes made to this frameworkInclusion of new qualifications from SQA and change contact details from John Thorpe to JaneGoldsbro.Qualifications removedN/AQualifications rapyTherapyTherapyTherapyQualifications that have been extendedN/AapprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINEGeneral 600/3071/9Make-up 600/2975/4General 600/3071/9Make-up 600/2931/6Massage 600/3019/7

. Beauty Therapy (England)Purpose of this frameworkSummary of the purpose of the frameworkNational Apprenticeship Service (NAS) - Statement on Apprenticeship Quality DefinitionAn Apprenticeship is a job with an accompanying skills development programme designed byemployers in the sector. It allows the apprentice to gain technical knowledge and real practicalexperience, along with functional and personal skills, required for their immediate job andfuture career. These are acquired through a mix of learning in the workplace, formal off the jobtraining and the opportunity to practice and embed new skills in a real work context. Thisbroader mix differentiates the Apprenticeship experience from training delivered to meetnarrowly focused job needs. All apprentices commencing their Apprenticeship on or after 6thApril 2012 must have an Apprenticeship Agreement between the employer and the apprentice.This can be used to reinforce the understanding of the requirements of the Apprenticeship.This framework provides a nationally agreed apprenticeship framework for a work basedlearning route into employment for the beauty industry, using qualifications that combine bothskills and knowledge.With an increasing number of young people staying on at school, the Intermediate LevelApprenticeship and Advanced Level Apprenticeship in Beauty Therapy provide qualityalternatives leading to the achievement of the Level 2 and/or Level 3 NVQ Diploma.In the UK there are 4,800 beauty salons, 36,000 hairdressing salons (5,800 of which offerbeauty therapy treatments particularly those which, for example, are in hotels and leisurecentres). There has been significant growth in the number of independent nail salons and spafacilities, also in the number of existing beauty therapy salons now offering an extended rangeof services including nail services and spa facilities.Prior to the development of this framework, those who wanted to work in a beauty therapy jobrole had to achieve the NVQ Diploma by attending a full time college based programme. Thisframework will allow for an alternative work based learning route to training in full timeeducation for the beauty therapy industry from Intermediate Level and a progression routefrom Level 2 full time courses to an Advanced Level Apprenticeship.Depending on the pathway followed and level achieved, learners completing an apprenticeshipwill undertake roles such as:Junior beauty therapist, manicurist or skin care and make up consultant (Intermediate Level)Beauty Therapist, electrolysist, masseur/masseuse or make-up artists (Advanced Level)apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England)Careers may take place in a variety of locations including beauty salons, hospitals, care homes,cruise ships, spas and health clubs or working freelance.Aims and objectives of this framework (England)AIMTo provide a nationally agreed apprenticeship framework for a work based learning route intoemployment in the industry, using qualifications that combine both skills and knowledge andare based on the latest research with employers. There are c11,000 beauty businesses inEngland, employing about 33,000 beauty therapists, plus many more freelance operators.OBJECTIVESTo provide a structured learning programme that meets the needs of employers andemployees.To provide learners with the skills needed to be a professional beauty therapist, able tooffer a wide range of treatments to clients, with a clear understanding of how theirperformance is directly related to the success of the business and their ownremuneration.To increase the level of employer involvement in training and development of their staffin readiness for a fall in the number of school leavers which will create the need torecruit from older age groups.More information about sector priorities can be found on the Habia website at www.habia.orgunder 'Reports and Statistics' and under 'Training and Skills – Sector Qualifications Strategy.'This framework will contribute to the Business, Innovation and Skills Priorities set out in theSkills for Sustainable Growth (2010) and Governments plans to reform adult learning andskills. It will specifically address:FairnessSupporting learners who have not achieved basic skills during their schooling to obtainliteracy and numeracy skills, with Key Skills or Functional Skills accreditation. This willhelp reduce the 16% of adults who do not have Level 1 literacy and numeracy skills.ResponsibilityRequiring apprentices to understand their employment rights and responsibilities and toobtain an understanding of the sector and its career pathways so they can make informedchoices about their future.FreedomapprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England)Providing clear information for learners about apprenticeships as a pathway from schoolto employment and higher education.Enabling learners to select training and qualifications valued by business and widelyavailable throughout England because this framework complies with the latestSpecification for Apprenticeship Standards in England and includes the latestqualifications from the Qualification and Credit Framework for England.Skills for GrowthProviding a comprehensive suite of apprenticeship frameworks, of which this is one,covering all the main occupations in the Hair and Beauty Sector, some with a tradition ofentry via apprenticeships, such as hairdressing, and some that do not, such as beautyand spa therapy.Contributing to the growth of apprentices to over 200,000 starts per year by 2014-15 andincreased completions. By expanding the numbers in our non-traditional apprenticeshipsectors we can contribute further to the investment by employers and individuals in skills.Supporting technician level achievement. The sector regards the Advanced Level as thesign of professional stylist, therapist, nail technician etc but this aspiration needs to bereflected in an increase in take up and completion of Advanced Level Apprenticeships.This framework is part of the comprehensive suite of pathways that will encourage thisaspiration and the wider achievement of professional standards.apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England)Entry conditions for this frameworkThere are no nationally agreed minimum entry or previous entry requirements for thisframework but the following criteria may be used as guidance.This industry has high client expectations and relies on repeat business so importance is givento:Appropriate personal presentation including clothing, hair and personal hygiene.Practical, organisational and social skills.Attention to detail and cleanliness.A good sense of humour/amicable nature and communication skills whether dealing faceto face with clients or speaking on the telephone.Willingness to work flexible hours/days as agreed in the employment contract.A high degree of dexterity and coordination.Potential apprentices with a predisposition to certain skin conditions or allergies, such asoccupational dermatitis, eczema or asthma, need to understand that some of thechemicals, liquids and aerosols used in beauty therapy may have a significant effect ontheir health.Colour blindness would restrict opportunities in the wide use of artificial colouringproducts and services in the industry. Units relating to make-up application and nailservices require the ability to recognise tones, shades and changes in a range of colours.Apprentices must always be interviewed by their potential employer and training provider.They may deem enthusiasm and passion for the subject to be more important than formalqualifications. It is for this reason that the Hair and Beauty Sector has chosen not to be overlyprescriptive about entry requirements. The training provider and employer are advised to usea range of initial assessment techniques to identify any additional support needs for theApprentice from the start of the Apprenticeship. This will ensure that those who begin have thepotential to complete the programme.It is advantageous to have previous experience of working within the beauty therapy industry.Entry to the beauty therapy framework is usually at intermediate level with progression toadvanced level. In circumstances where previous qualifications or experience have been gainedit is possible to enter at advanced level and may be preferred by some employers.apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England). level 2Level 2Title for this framework at level 2Intermediate Level Apprenticeship inBeauty TherapyPathways for this framework at level 2Pathway 1:Beauty Therapy - GeneralPathway 2:Beauty Therapy - Make-upapprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England). level 2. Pathway 1Level 2, Pathway 1: Beauty Therapy - GeneralDescription of this pathwayThis pathway develops skills to foundation level and employment as a Junior Beauty Therapist.The minimum number of credits required for completion of this pathway is 64 credits minimum of 54 for the Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy - General plus 10 credits forTransferable Skills (5 credits for English and 5 credits for Maths)Competence credits for the mandatory units 22Knowledge credits for the mandatory units 23The remaining 9 credits will be shared between knowledge and competence and this willvary depending on the optional units taken 9 creditsTransferable skills (5 for Maths and 5 for English) 10 creditsEntry requirements for this pathway in addition to the framework entryrequirementsThese requirements should be read in conjunction with the entry conditions which can be foundearlier in this document.Further guidance on entry requirements can be found on the Habia apprenticeships website athttp://www.habia.org/apprenticeships.It is advantageous to have three GCSEs Grade D or above in English, Maths, Science or Art.apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England). level 2. Pathway 1Job title(s)Junior Beauty TherapistapprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINEJob role(s)Carrying out treatments including waxing, manicure, pedicure, facialsand make-up activities as well as assisting with spa operations.

. Beauty Therapy (England). level 2. Pathway 1QualificationsCompetence qualifications available to this pathwayN/AKnowledge qualifications available to this pathwayN/AapprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England). level 2. Pathway 1Combined qualifications available to this pathwayB1 - Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy - ueNo. Ref no.Awarding organisationB1a 500/8765/4City & Guilds54458-469N/AB1b 500/8995/XEdexcel54458-469N/AB1c 501/0161/4ITEC54458-469N/AB1d 500/8839/7VTCT54458-469N/AB1e 600/3071/9SQA54458-469N/ARelationship between competence and knowledge qualificationsLEGAL REQUIREMENTAn Intermediate Level Apprenticeship framework must identify:An integrated qualification at Level 2 which combines competence and technicalknowledge elements in which each element is separately assessed and in which eachelement carries atleast 10 credits on the QCF.The information below refers to the 4 combined qualifications listed in B1 Level 2 NVQ Diplomain Beauty Therapy - General (B1a, B1b, B1c and B1d) and will ensure that the qualificationcarries 10 credits for each element.To achieve this qualification candidates must complete 8 mandatory units totalling 45 creditsand optional units to a minimum of 9 optional credits to give an overall total of 54 credits.MANDATORY UNITSG20 Ensure responsibility for actions to reduce the risk to health and safety - 4 credits (1Competence 3 Knowledge)G18 Promote additional services or products to clients - 6 credits (2 Competence 4Knowledge)G8 Develop and maintain your effectiveness at work - 3 credits (2 Competence 1apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England). level 2. Pathway 1G8 Develop and maintain your effectiveness at work - 3 credits (2 Competence 1Knowledge)B4 Provide facial skin care treatment - 8 credits (4 Competence 4 Knowledge)B5 Enhance the appearance of eyebrows and lashes - 5 credits (3 Competence 2Knowledge)B6 Carry out waxing services - 7 credits (4 Competence 3 Knowledge)N2 Provide manicure services - 6 credits (3 Competence 3 Knowledge)N3 Provide pedicure services - 6 credits (3 Competence 3 Knowledge)OPTIONAL UNITSG4 Fulfil salon reception duties - 3 credits (2 Competence 1 Knowledge)B7 Carry out ear piercing - 2 credits (1 Competence 1 Knowledge)B8 Provide make-up services - 6 credits (4 Competence 2 Knowledge)B10 Enhance appearance using skin camouflage - 6 credits (4 Competence 2 Knowledge)S1 Assist with spa operations - 4 credits (3 Competence 1 Knowledge)B34 Provide Threading Services - 4 credits (2 Competence 2 Knowledge)apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England). level 2. Pathway 1Transferable skills (England)Functional Skills / GCSE (with enhanced functional content) and Key Skills(England)Apprentices must complete or have completed one of the English transferable skillsqualifications and one of the Mathematical transferable skills qualifications listed below in orderto successfully complete their Apprenticeship and this will carry the QCF five credit values. Ifthey do not have these qualifications as part of their evidence an Apprenticeship certificatecannot be awarded.Minimumlevelor gradeCreditvalueFunctional Skills qualification in English15GCSE qualification in English (with enhanced functional content)E5Key Skills qualification in Communication achieved either before September2013 as part of the Apprenticeship, or.*15GCSE Qualification in English*CN/AA' Level or AS Level qualification in English Language*EN/AA' Level or AS Level qualification in English Literature*EN/AA' Level or AS Level qualification in English Language and Literature*EN/AGCSE or O' Level qualification in English Language**AN/AA' Level or AS Level qualification in English Language**AN/AA' Level or AS Level qualification in English Literature**AN/AA' Level or AS Level qualification in English Language and Literature**AN/AEnglish* achieved before September 2012 and within the 5 years immediately prior to starting an Apprenticeship.** achieved before September 2012, otherwise at any time prior to starting the Apprenticeship.apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England). level 2. Pathway 1Minimumlevelor gradeCreditvalueFunctional Skills qualification in Mathematics15GCSE qualification (with enhanced functional content) in MathematicsE5Key Skills qualification in Application of Number achieved either beforeSeptember 2013 as part of the Apprenticeship, or. *15GCSE qualification in Mathematics*CN/AA' level or AS Level qualification in Mathematics*EN/AA' Level or AS Level qualification in Pure Mathematics*EN/AA'Level or AS Level qualification in Further Mathematics*EN/AGCSE or O'Level qualification in Mathematics**AN/AA' Level or AS Level qualification in Mathematics**AN/AA' Level or AS Level qualification in Pure Mathematics**AN/AA' Level or AS Level qualification in Further Mathematics**AN/AMathematics* achieved before September 2012 and within the 5 years immediately prior to starting an Apprenticeship.** achieved before September 2012, otherwise at any time prior to starting the Apprenticeship.Inclusion of Information and Communications Technology (ICT)After consultation with employers it was evident that ICT skills are not an importantrequirement within the beauty therapy industry and the decision was made not to include ICTas a mandatory transferable skill . Habia would encourage employees in the sector toundertake ICT to broaden their skill base.Progression routes into and from thispathwayProgression into:From a preparation for work, non-competency based qualification in beauty therapy.apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England). level 2. Pathway 1From the Foundation or Higher Diploma in Hair and Beauty Studies (England only) orWelsh Baccalaureate Principal Learning in Hair and Beauty Studies.Following a Level 1 Beauty Therapy programme.Direct entry from school or college.Direct entry from another occupation.Progression from:To the Advanced Level Beauty Therapy Apprenticeship.Into employment as a junior beauty therapist or junior nail technician or other job roleswithin beauty related industries.apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England). level 2. Pathway 1Employee rights and responsibilitiesIn the Hair and Beauty sector evidence of delivery of Employee Rights and Responsibilities(ERR) is a mandatory required for a framework completion certificate.This may be evidenced either through:an appropriate Awarding Organisation ERR qualification. Four qualifications have beenapproved and accredited to date, these are;1.2.3.4.Edexcel Level 2 Award in WorkSkills for Effective Learning and Employment 501/1793/2VTCT Level 2 Award in Employment Awareness in the Hair and Beauty Sector 600/1762/4City and Guilds Level 2 Award in Employment and Personal Learning at Work 600/2831/2ITEC Level 2 Award in Employment Awareness in the Hair and Beauty Sector 600/2308/9an in house system, such as a workbook, portfolio or online system, that meets theminimum evidence requirements, oran externally provided system, such as a workbook, portfolio or online system that meetsthe minimum evidence requirements.The evidence requirement to demonstrate satisfactory completion of the ERR is:a completion certificate from an Awarding Organisation, orfor an in house or externally provided system, completion of the record of achievement isthe only form of evidence which will be accepted by the Central Certification Authority,this can be downloaded herewww.habia.org/uploads/Habia Apprenticeship ERR Completion Form.pdf and shows allnine national outcomes have been achieved and should include the assessor’s name, thedate each outcome was completed and the overall completion date; confirmation in theform of the apprentice, employer and provider’s dated signatures is also required. It isnot necessary to send the workbook or portfolio.The nine national outcomes of ERR are:1.2.3.knows and understands the range of employer and employee statutory rights andresponsibilities under Employment Law and that employment rights can be affected byother legislation as well. This should cover the apprentice’s rights and responsibilitiesunder the Employment Rights Act 1996, Equality Act 2010 and Health & Safetylegislation, together with the responsibilities and duties of employers;knows and understands the procedures and documentation in their organisation whichrecognise and protect their relationship with their employer. Health and Safety andEquality and Diversity training must be an integral part of the apprentice’s learningprogramme;knows and understands the range of sources of information and advice available to themon their employment rights and responsibilities. Details of Access to work and AdditionalapprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE

. Beauty Therapy (England). level 2. Pathway 14.5.6.7.8.9.Learning Support must be included in the programme;understands the role played by their occupation within their organisation and industry;has an informed view of the types of career pathways that are open to them;knows the types of representative bodies and understands their relevance to theirindustry and organisation, and their main roles and responsibilities;knows where and how to get information and advice on their industry, occupation,training and career;can describe and work within their organisation’s principles and codes of practice;recognises and can form a view on issues of public concern that affect their organisationand industryThe NVQ Diploma includes Health and Safety. The other requirements will be covered primarilyat induction, with the remaining aspects delivered at appropriate times during theApprenticeship programme.apprenticeshipFRAMEWORKS ONLINE pa

There are two levels of Apprenticeship contained in this framework: Intermediate Level Apprenticeship A learner may work as a junior beauty therapist or skin care and make up consultant. Advanced Level Apprenticeship A learner may work as a beauty therapist