Framework Issue Number 3.2. Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy

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1 Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy Advanced Apprenticeship/Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy Framework Issue Number 3.2 Framework Issue Number 6.2 Framework Code Date submitted to the Quality Management Group: 22 September 2010 Date funding agreed by Implementation date: England, Wales and Northern Ireland Version updated: 1 October October 2010

2 Contents Page Summary of Changes 1. CONTACT DETAILS FOR THE BEAUTY THERAPY INDUSTRY 1.1 Responsibility for the Framework 2. SUMMARY OF MANDATORY OUTCOMES 2.1 Summary of mandatory outcomes for the Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy 2.2 Summary of mandatory outcomes for the Advanced Apprenticeship/Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy 3. OVERVIEW OF THE FRAMEWORK 3.1 Rationale for the Framework 4. CONTENT OF THE FRAMEWORK 4.1 Competence/ Knowledge Based Element 4.2 Key Skills 4.3 Additional Employer Requirements 4.4 Employment Rights and Responsibilities 5. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FRAMEWORK 5.1 Employed Status 5.2 Entry Requirements 5.3 Minimum Duration of Training 5.4 Health and Safety 5.5 Equality and Inclusion 5.6 Transfer Arrangements from the Previous Framework 5.7 Monitoring Arrangements for the Framework 6. ACHIEVEMENT AND PROGRESSION 6.1 Certification 6.2 Progression 7. FACTSHEET 7.1 Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI /AdvancedApprenticeship/ Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy Annex A Annex B Mandatory Qualifications contained in the Framework Beauty Therapy Career Pathways June

3 1. Contact Details for the Beauty Therapy Industry Title, level and coverage of apprenticeship Name of Sector Skills Council/Standard Setting Body Contact name Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy Advanced Apprenticeship/Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy Habia Carolynne Hanson Address Oxford House Sky Business Park Robin Hood Airport Doncaster South Yorkshire DN9 3GG Telephone number Fax number address Date sent for approval Date of Implementation 1.1 Responsibility for the Framework Habia is the Sector Skills Body for the hair and beauty sector, which comprises six industries hairdressing, beauty therapy, nail services, spa therapy, barbering and African-Caribbean hairdressing and barbering. Habia has similar responsibilities to Sector Skills Councils sector information, standards setting, qualifications approval and learning frameworks. For more information, visit June

4 2.1 Summary of the Mandatory Outcomes for the Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy Framework Code Framework Issue Number Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI Level Competence Based Element Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy General Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Make-up 2 Knowledge based element Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy General Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Make-up Key Skills 1 for England Application of Number Communication ICT (Optional) Or Functional Skills (England only) English Maths ICT (Optional) Key Skills 2 /Essential Skills Wales Application of Number Communication Information and Communication Technology (Optional) Key Skills 3 /Essential Skills for Northern Ireland Application of Number Communication ICT (Optional) The key skills will be replaced by functional skills in England 1 September The key skills will be replaced by essential skills in Wales from 1 September The key skills will be replaced by essential skills in Northern Ireland from 1 September 2010 June

5 Employment Rights and Responsibilities (ERR) ERR for the Beauty Therapy industry must cover: Health and Safety Equal Opportunities Employment Terms and Conditions Employment Acts and Legislation Career Structure and Progression Qualifications and Frameworks Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures 4 Issues of Public Concern 5 The NVQ Diploma includes Health and Safety and this is assessed through the NVQ Diploma. The other requirements will be covered primarily at induction with the remaining aspects delivered at appropriate times during the Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI. Evidence of delivery of ERR is required for a framework completion 4 This is a new requirement from 1 August This is a new requirement from 1 August 2010 June

6 2.2 Summary of the Mandatory Outcomes for the Advanced Apprenticeship/Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy Framework Code Framework Issue Number Advanced Apprenticeship/Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI Level Competence Based Element Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy General Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Make-up Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Massage 3 Knowledge based element Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy General Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Make-up Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Massage Key Skills 6 for England Application of Number Communication ICT (Optional) Or Functional Skills (England only) English Maths ICT (Optional) Key Skills 7 /Essential Skills Wales Application of Number Communication Information and Communication Technology (Mandatory) Key Skills 8 /Essential Skills for Northern Ireland Application of Number Communication Information and Communication Technology (Optional) The key skills will be replaced by functional skills in England from 1 September The key skills will be replaced by essential skills in Wales from 1 September The key skills will be replaced by essential skills in Northern Ireland from 1 September 2010 June

7 Employment Rights and Responsibilities (ERR) ERR for the Beauty Therapy industry must cover: Health and Safety Equal Opportunities Employment Terms and Conditions Employment Acts and Legislation Career Structure and Progression Qualifications and Frameworks Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures 9 Issues of Public Concern 10 The NVQ Diploma includes Health and Safety and this is assessed through the NVQ Diploma. The other requirements will be covered primarily at induction with the remaining aspects delivered at appropriate times during the Advanced Apprenticeship/Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI. Evidence of delivery of ERR is required for a framework completion 9 This is a new requirement from 1 August This is a new requirement from 1 August 2010 June

8 3 Overview of the Framework 3.1 Rationale for Framework Apprenticeships are an employer led government initiative aimed at developing intermediate level skilled staff, particularly at technical levels. They connect the employer and the apprentice supported by the Skills Funding Agency (SfA) and Habia. With an increasing number of young people staying on at school, the Apprenticeship, Foundation Apprenticeship, Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy provides quality alternatives 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 offer beauty therapy treatments, for example, those that are in hotels and leisure centres). There has been significant growth in the number of independent nail salons and spa facilities, also in the number of existing beauty therapy salons now offering an extended range of services including nail services and spa facilities. Prior to the development of this framework, those who wanted to work in a Level 2 beauty therapy job role had to achieve the NVQ Diploma by attending a full time college based programme. This framework will allow for an alternative work based learning route to training in full time education for the beauty therapy industry at Level 2. The Beauty Therapy NVQ Diplomas provide the option for apprentices to select discrete development pathways including Beauty Therapy General and Make-Up at Level 2 and Beauty Therapy General, Make-Up and Massage at Level 3. Learners completing an Apprenticeship, Foundation Apprenticeship, Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI will have the opportunity to fulfil the role of a junior beauty therapist, or skin care and make up consultant. Their careers may take place in a variety of locations including within hospitals, care homes, beauty salons, spas and health clubs, both in this country and abroad. Learners completing an Advanced Apprenticeship, Apprenticeship, Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI will have the opportunity to fulfil the role of a beauty therapist, electrolysist, masseur or make-up artist. Their careers may take place in a variety of locations including within hospitals, care homes, beauty salons, spas and health clubs, both in this country and abroad. It is expected that the Apprenticeship, Foundation Apprenticeship, Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy will attract 200 apprentices in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is expected that the Advanced Apprenticeship, Apprenticeship, Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy will attract 200 apprentices in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. June

9 4 Content of Framework 4.1 Competence/Knowledge Based Element The competence based element for the Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy is a Level 2 NVQ Diploma in the chosen occupation and for the Advanced Apprenticeship/Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy is a Level 3 NVQ Diploma in the chosen occupation. Following the development of new National Occupational Standards, the new Level 2 and 3 NVQ Diplomas reflect current trends and client demand. Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy General route Candidates must complete all 8 mandatory units and choose a minimum of 9 optional credit units to achieve the qualification. Unit Number Unit Title Credits Competence Knowledge Mandatory units all eight must be completed G20 Ensure responsibility for actions to reduce risks to health and safety (ENTO Unit HSS1) G18 Promote additional services or products to clients (ICS Unit 10) G8 Develop and maintain your effectiveness at work B4 Provide facial skin care treatment B5 Enhance the appearance of eyebrows and lashes B6 Carry out waxing services N2 Provide manicure services N3 Provide pedicure services PLUS a minimum of nine optional credits from the list below: G4 Fulfil salon reception duties B7 Carry out ear piercing B8 Provide make-up services B10 Enhance appearance using skin camouflage S1 Assist with spa operations Total June

10 Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy - Make-up Candidates must complete all seven mandatory units and choose a minimum of 5 optional credits to achieve the qualification Unit Number Unit Title Credits Competence Knowledge Mandatory units all seven must be completed Ensure responsibility for actions to G20 reduce risks to health and safety (ENTO Unit HSS1) G18 Promote additional services or products to clients (ICS Unit 10) G8 Develop and maintain your effectiveness at work B4 Provide facial skin care treatment B5 Enhance the appearance of eyebrows and lashes B8 Provide make-up services B9 Instruct clients in the use and application of skin care products and make-up PLUS a minimum of five optional credits from the list below: G4 Fulfil salon reception duties B7 Carry out ear piercing B8 Provide make-up services B10 Enhance appearance using skin camouflage S1 Assist with spa operations Total June

11 Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy General Candidates must complete all 6 mandatory units and choose a minimum of 10 optional credits to achieve the qualification Unit Number Unit Title Credit Competence Knowledge Mandatory units all six must be completed G22 Monitor procedures to safely control work operations (ENTO HSS3) H32 Contribute to the planning and implementation of promotional activities B13 Provide body electrical treatments B14 Provide facial electrical treatments B20 Provide body massage treatments B29 Provide electrical epilation treatments G11 PLUS a minimum of 10 optional credits from the list below: Contribute to the financial effectiveness of the business Total B12 Plan and provide airbrush make-up B15 Provide single eyelash extension treatments B21 Provide UV tanning services B23 Provide Indian Head Massage B24 Carry out massage using pre-blended aromatherapy oils B25 Provide self tanning services B26 Provide female intimate waxing services B27 Provide male intimate waxing services B28 Provide stone therapy treatments June

12 Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy - Make-up Unit Number G22 H32 B11 B22 Unit Title Credit Competence Knowledge Mandatory units all four must be completed Monitor procedures to safely control work operations (ENTO HSS3) Contribute to the planning and implementation of promotional activities Design and create fashion and photographic make-up Provide specialist skin camouflage services PLUS a minimum of 20 optional credits from the list below: G11 Contribute to the financial effectiveness of the business B12 Plan and provide airbrush make-up B13 Provide body electrical treatments B14 Provide facial electrical treatments B15 Provide single eyelash extension treatments Total B21 Provide UV tanning services B23 Provide Indian Head Massage B24 Carry out massage using preblended aromatherapy oils B25 Provide self tanning services B26 Provide female intimate waxing services B27 Provide male intimate waxing services B28 Provide stone therapy treatments June

13 Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Massage route Unit Number Unit Title Credit Competence Knowledge Total Mandatory units all six must be completed G22 (ENTO HSS3) Monitor procedures to safely control work operations H32 Contribute to the planning and implementation of promotional activities B20 Provide body massage treatments B23 Provide Indian Head Massage B24 Carry out massage using pre-blended aromatherapy oils B28 Provide stone therapy treatments G11 PLUS a minimum of seven optional credits from the list below: Contribute to the financial effectiveness of the business B12 Plan and provide airbrush make-up B13 Provide body electrical treatments B14 Provide facial electrical treatments B15 Provide single eyelash extension treatments B21 Provide UV tanning services B25 Provide self tanning services B26 Provide female intimate waxing services B27 Provide male intimate waxing services Key Skills All apprentices must complete the transferable skills that are derived from key, functional or essential skills as part of the apprenticeship framework. The transferable skills taken by the apprentice will depend on the nation where the apprenticeship is undertaken. It is possible for Key/Functional/Essential skills to be achieved at a higher level than indicated in the framework Arrangements for key and functional skills in England from 1 July 2010 Apprentices who have already achieved the mandatory key skills at Level 1 before they enter the apprenticeship programme may be funded to achieve these key skills at Level 2 to aid progression. These skills are recognised as essential employability skills, which apprentices require in order to perform their job role effectively. Although ICT is an optional requirement June

14 (mandatory in Wales) Habia will encourage and recommend that training providers deliver ICT within the Apprenticeship programme. The results from the consultation for the review of this framework found that 71% of employers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland agreed that ICT should remain optional in the Level 2 Apprenticeship framework and 67% of employers for England and Northern Ireland agreed that ICT should not be made mandatory for Level 3 Apprenticeship Frameworks for Beauty Therapy. ICT will remain mandatory for the Level 3 Apprenticeship frameworks for Wales. Key Skills in England from 1 July September 2010 The Apprenticeship in Beauty Therapy in England requires the following key skills to be separately certificated. Mandatory Communication Level 1 Application of Number Level 1 Optional Information and Communication Technology Level 1 The Advanced Apprenticeship in Beauty Therapy in England requires the following key skills to be separately certificated. Mandatory Communication Level 2 Application of Number Level 2 Optional Information and Communication Technology Level 1 Functional Skills in England from 1 July The Apprenticeship in Beauty Therapy in England requires the following functional skills to be separately certificated. Mandatory English Level 1 Maths Level 1 Optional Information and Communication Technology Level 1 The Advanced Apprenticeship in Beauty Therapy in England requires the following functional skills to be separately certificated. 11 Some learning providers may be involved in the delivery of functional skills. Functional skills can be accepted in place of key skills for framework completion purposes for apprentices registered onto frameworks between 1 August 2010 and 1 September 2010 June

15 Mandatory English Level 2 Maths Level 2 Optional Information and Communication Technology Level Proxy arrangements for key and functional skills in England Key skills In England key skills can be attained in three ways: 1. through the key skills qualification, which is strongly recommended 2. through a proxy qualification, for example, a GCSE in an appropriate subject at A*- C is an exemption from the key skill external test at Level 2. D-G is an exemption from the key skill external test at Level 1. Proxy qualifications assess the same knowledge and skills as aspects of the key skills qualifications. A portfolio is also required for key skill achievement 3. those who have achieved A*-C in GCSE English, Maths or ICT will not be asked to undertake the related key skill qualification(s) at Level 2* Functional skills There are no proxy arrangements for the functional skills Arrangements for key and functional skills in England from 1 September 2010 From 1 September 2010 all apprentices will be required to take functional skills as registrations for key skills will end on 31 August Arrangements for key and essential skills in Wales from 1 July 2010 Key Skills in Wales from 1 July September 2010 The Foundation Apprenticeship in Beauty Therapy in Wales requires the following key skills to be separately certificated. Mandatory Communication Level 1 Application of Number Level 1 Optional Information and Communication Technology Level 1 The Apprenticeship in Beauty Therapy in Wales requires the following key skills to be separately certificated. 12 Note the Functional Skills transition arrangements for England document June

16 (To meet the requirements of the Blueprint, the level of key skills must be the same in all nations. Therefore, there is a change to the key skills requirements for the Apprenticeship in Beauty Therapy in Wales. The key skill for application of number has risen from Level 1 to Level 2.) Mandatory Communication Level 2 Application of Number Level 2 Information and Communication Technology Level 1 Essential Skills Wales from 1 September 2010 Essential skills will be introduced in Wales from 1 September 2010 and will replace the key skills. The Foundation Apprenticeship in Beauty Therapy in Wales will require the following essential skills to be separately certificated. Mandatory Communication Level 1 Application of Number Level 1 Optional Information and Communication Technology 1 The Apprenticeship in Beauty Therapy in Wales will require the following essential skills to be separately certificated. Mandatory Communication Level 2 Application of Number Level 2 Information and Communication Technology Proxy arrangements for key and essential skills in Wales In Wales Key Skills can be attained in two ways: 1. through the key skills qualification, which is strongly recommended. Achievement is Wales is by portfolio only 2. those who have achieved A*-C in GCSE English, Maths or ICT will not be asked to undertake the related key skill qualification(s) at Level 2* Essential Skills Wales There are no proxy arrangements for the Essential Skills Wales. June

17 4.2.6 The requirements for essential skills for Northern Ireland from 1 July 2010 The Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy requires the following essential skills to be separately certificated. Mandatory Communication Level 1 Application of Number Level 1 Optional Information and Communication Technology 1 The Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy requires the following essential skills to be separately certificated. Mandatory Communication Level 2 Application of Number Level 2 Optional Information and Communication Technology Proxy arrangements for Essential Skills in Northern Ireland There are no proxy qualifications for Essential Skills in Northern Ireland Concession and proxy arrangements for England, Wales and Northern Ireland Concessions If a candidate has achieved A*-C in English, Welsh, Maths or ICT, Habia will accept a certified true copy of the GCSE certificate to show attainment has been met for the key skill requirement, and therefore a framework completion certificate will be awarded. This concession applies only to candidates registered from 1 June 2004 and there is a time limit. The GCSE A*-C can only be claimed against the whole Level 2 Key Skill for up to five years (i.e. from the date of the GCSE certification to the date of registration for Apprenticeship programme). June

18 Proxies There is a time limit for proxy qualifications. Exemptions must be made no longer than three years from the date of the award to the date of the claim for the particular Key Skill qualification. A full list of proxy qualifications that provide exemptions from key skills external examinations and are accepted by Habia can be obtained by contacting us on There are no proxy qualifications for functional skills, 13 Skills in Northern Ireland. Essential Skills Wales or Essential 13 Note the QCDA Functional Skills transition arrangements for England document June

19 4.3 Additional Employer Requirements There are no mandatory additional employer requirements. However, most employers expect apprentices to take part in in-house service, treatment, product and equipment training sessions. 4.4 Employment Rights and Responsibilities It is important for all apprentices to be aware of their rights and responsibilities within employment. Following the consultation with employers, the ERR aspect of the framework has been extended and there are two new subject areas that must be delivered. The content for ERR for Beauty Therapy must cover: Health and Safety Equal Opportunities Employment Terms and Conditions Employment Acts and Legislation Career Structure and Progression Qualifications and Frameworks Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures 14 Issues of Public Concern 15 The NVQ Diploma includes Health and Safety. The other requirements will be covered primarily at induction, with the remaining aspects delivered at appropriate times during the Apprenticeship programme. Evidence of delivery of ERR is required for a framework completion certificate. SASE guidance published December 2009 states that ERR must be formally assessed. However there is flexibility for the Issuing Authority and framework developers to determine the method of assessment and whether it should be accredited. Evidence can be a provider-devised ERR Certificate of Achievement, or the Habia ERR certificate that is awarded on completion of the Habia Employment Rights and Responsibilities Booklet 16. Information about the induction process, which includes the delivery of ERR, can be found in the Habia Induction Pack 17. The full course outlines for ERR for the Beauty Therapy can be downloaded from the Habia website at under Supporting Learning Providers/Apprenticeship Frameworks and Certification 14 This is a new requirement from 1 August This is a new requirement from 1 August For further details contact the Habia sales team on For further details contact the Habia sales team on June

20 5 Implementation of Framework 5.1 Employed Status All apprentices on a Level 2 or a Level 3 apprenticeship programme in Beauty Therapy must have employed status from the outset. 5.2 Entry Requirements There are no formal barriers to entry to the apprenticeship programmes described in this framework. Learning providers and employers are advised to use a range of initial assessment techniques to ensure that those who begin have the potential to complete the apprenticeship programme. What follows is guidance about the personal attributes, skills and academic achievement relevant to beauty therapy which can be used as guide to determine the potential of a candidate to complete all the components of the apprenticeship programme. General The selection of an individual for an apprenticeship place is the responsibility of the employer with the assistance of the careers service and the learning provider. The key criterion will be assessing whether the candidate is likely to be capable of achieving NVQ Diploma Level 2 or Level 3 and the key/functional/essential skills. To assist in this process, the characteristics that should be considered are listed below. Habia and the government are committed to Equal Opportunities in their training programmes and to ensuring that everyone has the best chance of success in their chosen profession. The indicators below are intended to offer an overview of factors that potential apprentices, their employers and careers advisors should consider when an individual is considering a career as the Beauty Therapy. Therefore, although these are listed as Entry Requirements, employers and learning providers are expected to make all reasonable adjustments to support as wide a range as possible of people to participate on the programme. There are additional sources of help available for people who are assessed as suitable for an apprenticeship programme but who need additional support, through the funding agencies or, where the issue is linked to disability, Jobcentre Plus s Disability Employment Advisers (DEAs). Their help can be accessed through the local Jobcentre Plus office. Personal Presentation Potential apprentices need to be award that the Beauty Therapy have high client expectations. Therefore it is particularly important to present themselves appropriately and reflect the image of the salon or spa. They will, therefore, need to be able to demonstrate that whilst they are working in the salon or spa, their clothing, hair and personal hygiene will be of an appropriate standard. June

21 Important Attributes Potential apprentices should have a disposition towards practical, organisational and social skills. There should be recognition that the role requires attention to detail and cleanliness. Disposition A good sense of humour or amicable nature is important in all service industries whether dealing face to face with clients or speaking on the telephone. Beauty Therapy salons rely heavily on repeat business from satisfied clients, so patience, tolerance and a good sense of humour are important. Circumstances Willingness to work flexible hours and days of the week as laid down in the Contract of Employment when this applies. The apprentice needs to be aware that there are likely to be peaks and troughs in customer demand (e.g. busy evenings, longer working hours in December) and that, naturally, employees in these industries must remain at the salon or spa until their clients treatments or services are completed. However, we would wish employers to offer family-friendly employment policies wherever possible. There may be sources of local support for example, the local authority, SfA or voluntary organisations may be able to advise on sources of childcare. Communication skills Good verbal communication skills are essential. Apprentices should have an appreciation and understanding of the personal nature of the Beauty Therapy industry and the ability to demonstrate tact and diplomacy. Dexterity Apprentices need to have a high degree of dexterity i.e. the ability to use and manipulate hands and fingers in a sequence of movements. Beauty Therapy is a practical skill based industries, so having good hand/eye co-ordination is important. This needs to be ideally combined with interpersonal skills. Attainment Many successful beauty therapists have relied on natural aptitude and good on the job training. The ever increasing complexity of techniques, products and the operation of a business mean that good educational achievement at school will be a good indicator of likely future success. However, some successful beauty therapists have no formal qualifications prior to entering the industry. Level 2 NVQ Diploma and Level 3 NVQ Diploma requires evidence to be generated and collated in a portfolio, this demands that the apprentice has the ability to organise their own work. 5.3 Minimum Duration of Training To ensure completion of the full framework, the recommended amount of off the job training is 288 hours for each year of the Apprenticeship. This equates to 8 hours each week for 36 weeks attendance off the job and 6 hours each week for 48 weeks attendance off the job. June

22 Following consultation, Habia estimates that the Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI Framework will take a new starter an average of 1 year and 6 months to achieve. Following consultation, Habia estimates that the Advanced Apprenticeship/Apprenticeship/ Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI Framework will take an average of 1 year to achieve if the potential apprentice already achieved a Level 2 NVQ Diploma, or sufficient prior industry experience before beginning the apprenticeship, or 2 years and 6 months to achieve if the potential apprentice has to achieve both Level 2 and Level 3 qualifications. However, these timescales are indicative only, as the pace of the apprentice s progress will depend on a number of internal and external factors. 5.4 Health and Safety Health & Safety are integral to the training programmes that lead to NVQ Diploma assessment. Implementation is monitored through Environmental Health Practitioners and Awarding Organisation systems. Within the Level 2 and Level 3 NVQ Diploma there is a separate unit defining the Health & Safety competence, in addition health and safety is a consistent theme in all units and therefore inclusive within the whole training programme. At the commencement of the Apprenticeship the induction process should take account of elements of health & safety, including, organisation s safety policy encompassing the responsibilities of the employer and employees; procedures for accidents, fire and emergencies; restrictions on any activities, equipment or products; correct and safe use of equipment and protective clothing; risk assessments of relevant processes. For additional information regarding the application of health & safety legislation to salon operations, contact Habia or your Local Authority Environmental Health Office. All partners involved in the implementation of Apprenticeships must adhere to their statutory responsibilities for health and safety as follows: a safe working environment for Apprentices must be provided whilst they are at work or in training appropriate training on health and safety in the workplace must be given to each Apprentice awareness of and compliance with legislation relating to the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, the Working Time Regulations 1988 and other relevant legislation must be demonstrated the Apprentice must be aware of and comply with their statutory responsibility for health & safety at work. This relates to their own safety and to the safety of others in the workplace. They must also be aware of and comply with any additional health & safety procedures laid down by their employer/provider June

23 Apprenticeship funding bodies are responsible for monitoring the compliance of partners with their statutory health and safety obligations and will carry this out through their Quality Assurance procedures. 5.5 Equality and Inclusion Habia and the Government are committed to Equal Opportunities in their training programmes and ensuring everyone has the best chance of success in their chosen profession. Apprenticeships shall be open to all candidates who satisfy the entry criteria regardless of race, gender or disability except where disability is a barrier to being able to carry out usual duties in the beauty industry. Males are currently under-represented in the Beauty industry. However, the development of the new National Occupational Standards is likely to attract artistic and creative males to the industries. It is important that any marketing materials produced for Apprenticeships in Beauty Therapy represent different races and genders. Particular attention should be made to avoiding stereotypes traditionally associated with the industries. Equality of opportunity in Apprenticeships is monitored and supported by the Apprenticeship funding body, training provider and/or employer. Any enquires regarding equal opportunities should be made to the Apprenticeship funding body in the first instance. Additional information may also be obtained from the following websites: Whilst equal opportunities have been identified under a separate heading, the principles relate to all those systems and procedures which have the potential to discriminate against apprentices at any point during the programme from recruitment and selection and induction, through to successful completion. There should be open recruitment of apprentices to the programme, which is available to all young people, regardless of gender, ethnic origin, religion, belief, sexual orientation or disability who meet the stated selection criteria. All partners involved in the delivery of the Apprenticeship Apprenticeship funding bodies, providers, assessment centres and employers must be committed to a policy of equal opportunities and must have a stated equal opportunities policy and procedure. Employers/providers must be able to demonstrate that there are no overt or covert discriminatory practices in selection and employment. June

24 All promotional, selection and training activities must comply with the following relevant legislation and any subsequent amendments such as: The Sex Discrimination Act, 1975 and Code of Practice The Race Relations Act, 1976 and Code of Practice The Disability Discrimination Act, 1995 and Code of Practice Equal Opportunities Monitoring Procedures Providers will monitor equality of opportunity, practice and procedures within their own organisation and take positive action when necessary. It is also recommended that employers/providers conduct an exit interview if the apprentice leaves the programme before completion. The apprenticeship funding body has overall responsibility to monitor practice to ensure that providers meet the criteria specified in their quality management systems. This includes monitoring the representation of apprentices in terms of gender, ethnicity and disability to ensure that it reflects, as far as possible, the levels of representation within the local community Habia will retain overall responsibility for the development of the Apprenticeship framework and for the monitoring equality of opportunity, primarily by the analysis of the apprenticeship funding body has. Where questions arise concerning policy and practice, Habia will work closely with the apprenticeship funding body has concerned to identify causes and to implement positive action where appropriate. 5.6 Transfer Arrangements from Previous Framework Individuals transferring from a programme of full-time study or from an indentured apprenticeship on to an Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI or the Advanced Apprenticeship/ Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI should have their capabilities of achieving the programme outcomes judged on their individual merits. The decision to retain existing apprentices under the previous framework or transfer them on to the revised framework must be made in the best interests of the apprentice, by liaising with the employer and reflect the working practices and client demand in their salons. By transferring to the new framework the apprentice would have the opportunity to take the new qualifications within this framework. The last date for registrations under Version 2 of this framework is 31 July 2010 and the start date for registrations on Version 3 is 1 August Monitoring Arrangements for the Framework The Individual Learning Plan and the progress of apprentices should be reviewed regularly. More frequent reviews should take place where lack of progress or other factors are causing concern. Any change to the Individual Learning Plan must be agreed with the June

25 apprentice. Where additional help has been identified, the review will include the extent to which extra support is successfully addressing those needs. Habia will monitor the take up and achievement of the frameworks through funding body data and through our links with the Inspectorates for Work Based Learning. June

26 6 Achievement and Progression 6.1 Certification In England, 18 Wales and Northern Ireland the successful apprentice will receive an Apprenticeship Completion Certificate from Habia. This is separate from and additional to those certificates awarded for the achievement of the individual components of the framework e.g. NVQ Diploma and key/functional/essential skills. Providers are responsible for claiming the National Completion Certificate and for providing evidence of completion of the mandatory outcomes. They are also responsible for ensuring that the apprentice receives the completion certificate. This is a requirement of the apprenticeship funding body and the ACSL Act Evidence needed for provision of an Apprenticeship National Completion Certificate: copy of the NVQ Diploma certificate(s) at the right level evidence of the achievement of the required key/functional/essential skills or evidence of key skill proxy attainment (A*-C in English, Maths or IT copy of GCSE certificate) evidence of the delivery of ERR cheque or signed college purchase order for the appropriate fee (currently 30.00) the completion certificate application form downloaded from the Habia website at 6.2 Progression It is important that all potential apprentices and learning providers are aware of the progression onto and from an apprenticeship. For entry to a programme the potential of individuals should be judged on individual merit. Progression to the apprenticeship programme Level 2 Level 3 From the Foundation or Higher Diploma in Hair and Beauty Studies (England only) or Welsh Baccalaureate Following a Level 1 Beauty Therapy or Nail Services programme Direct entry from school or college Direct entry from another occupation From the Higher Diploma in Hair and Beauty Studies (England only) depending on the ability and potential of the applicant or the Welsh Baccalaureate qualification Following the completion of Level 2 in Beauty Therapy, Nail Services or Spa Therapy or either an apprenticeship (not available for Spa Therapy) or college based 18 In England, the National Apprenticeship Service may take over the issue of completion certificates in the future 19 framework beauty therapy revised nov 10 version 3 and 6.doc May of 36

27 programme Progression from the apprenticeship programme Level 2 Level 3 To the Level 3 Beauty Therapy apprenticeship Into employment as a junior beauty therapist or junior nail technician or other job roles in the beauty related industries outlined below. Into employment as a beauty therapist, nail technician or spa therapist or other job roles in the beauty related industries outlined in Annex B. Into higher education such as a Foundation degree in Beauty Therapy and Salon Management or other programmes that are outlined in Annex B, C and D. Further progression for Advanced Apprentices/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI with management potential would be to take a management qualification or progress to a Foundation Degree. Habia has worked with a number of HE institutions and their partners in the development of Foundation Degrees in Beauty Therapy. For up-to-date information and where to find out more about Foundation Degrees go the Habia website The Habia website and Habia career leaflets provide comprehensive information on the careers and progression routes available within the beauty industry. Further information is also available via the careers service, Jobcentre Plus and from individual training providers and employers. Apprentices on this framework will be employed in a business in the beauty industry. The main target qualification will be NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy at Level 2. In addition apprentices will acquire transferable employability skills, Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills and gain an understanding of their rights and responsibilities as an employee. All these areas will be formally assessed in one way or another and successful achievement will be recognised by the award of the National Apprenticeship Certificate. framework beauty therapy revised nov 10 version 3 and 6.doc May of 36

28 7 Fact Sheet 1 Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy for England, Wales and Northern Ireland What s involved? Apprentices on this framework will be employed in a business in the beauty industry. The main target qualification will be NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy at Level 2. In addition apprentices will acquire transferable employability skills and gain an understanding of their rights and responsibilities as an employee. All these areas will be formally assessed in one way or another and successful achievement will be recognised by the award of the National Apprenticeship Certificate. Competence Based Element Knowledge Based Element Key Skills Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy General This is covered within the Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy General Key Skills (England only until August 2010) Mandatory Communication Level 1 Application of Number Level 1 Optional ICT Level 1 Functional Skills 20 (England only after September 2010) Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Make-up This is covered within the Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Make-up Mandatory English Level 1 Maths Level 1 Optional ICT Level 1 Key/Essential Skills (Wales 21 and Northern Ireland) Mandatory Communication Level 1 Application of Number Level 1 Optional ICT Level 1 The decision on which optional competence based and knowledge elements will be studied will be made by the employer and/or training provider in discussion with the apprentice. 20 Functional skills will replace key skills from 1 September Key skills will be replaced by essential skills in Wales from 1 September 2010 framework beauty therapy revised nov 10 version 3 and 6.doc May of 36

29 Entry requirements: Capable of achieving NVQ Diploma competencies at Level 2 Capable of achieving the key/functional/essential skills at Level 1 Appropriate appearance and personal hygiene, good health and an awareness of different roles in a beauty salon, nail bar or spa. It is advantageous to have had previous work experience in the beauty industry and have three GCSEs Grade D in English and/or Welsh, Maths, Science or Art Minimum Periods of Training: It is recommended that the apprentice is allowed at least 288 hours per year for offthe-job training. This equates to six hours per week for those working on a 48 working week year (Independent Training Providers) or eight hours per week for those working on a 36 working week year (some Colleges of Further Education). What type of job might an apprentice be doing? The apprentice will work as an apprentice or salon junior, initially helping and assisting senior salon staff while training to be a junior therapist. Jobs will include carrying out facial skin care treatments, lash and brow treatments, carrying out waxing services, instructing clients in the use and application of skin care products and make-up and providing manicure and pedicure services. The decision on which Level 2 NVQ Diploma optional units will be studied, will be made by the employer and/or training provider in discussion with the young person. Some apprentices could carry out reception duties; others could provide make-up services, assist with spa operations, carry out ear piercing and instruct clients in the use of skin camouflage services to enhance their appearance. How long does the apprenticeship take to complete? It is estimated that the Apprentice/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI Framework will take a new starter around 18 months to complete. This is based on the time that it might take an average learner to complete Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy and the key/functional/essential skills at the appropriate level. However, some learners with prior knowledge and/or experience may take less than this time. Others who require additional support may take longer. framework beauty therapy revised nov 10 version 3 and 6.doc May of 36

30 Career progression after completing this apprenticeship From the Level 2 Apprenticeship progression may be to an Level 3 Apprenticeship and then to salon management and ownership or into Higher Education to undertake a Foundation Degree or management qualification. The Apprentice may wish to broaden their range of skills and environments in which they work to include Nail Services and/or Spa Therapy. Framework developed by: Habia Oxford House Sky Business Park Robin Hood Airport Doncaster South Yorkshire DN9 3GG Telephone: Fax: Website: framework beauty therapy revised nov 10 version 3 and 6.doc May of 36

31 Fact Sheet 2 Advanced Apprenticeship/ Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI in Beauty Therapy for England, Wales and Northern Ireland What s involved? Advanced Apprentices on this framework will be employed in a business in the beauty industry. The main target qualification will be NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy at Level 3. In addition apprentices will acquire transferable employability skills and gain an understanding of their rights and responsibilities as an employee. All these areas will be formally assessed in one way or another and successful achievement will be recognised by the award of the National Apprenticeship Certificate. Competence Based Element Knowledge Based Element Key Skills Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy General This is covered within the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy General Key Skills (England only until August 2010) Mandatory Communication Level 2 Application of Number Level 2 Optional ICT Level 1 Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Make-up Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Massage This is covered within the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Make-up This is covered within the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy Massage Functional Skills 22 (England only) Mandatory English Level 2 Maths Level 2 Optional ICT Level 1 Key/Essential Skills (Wales 23 ) Mandatory Communication Level 2 Application of Number Level 2 ICT Level 1 Key/Essential Skills (Northern Ireland 24 ) Mandatory Communication Level 2 Application of Number Level 2 Optional ICT Level 1 The decision on which optional competence based and knowledge elements will be studied will be made by the employer and/or training provider in discussion with the apprentice. 22 Functional skills will replace key skills from 1 September Key skills will be replaced by essential skills in Wales from 1 September Key skills will be replaced by essential skills in Wales from 1 September 2010 framework beauty therapy revised nov 10 version 3 and 6.doc May of 36

32 Entry requirements: Capable of achieving NVQ Diploma competencies at Level 3 Capable of achieving the key/functional/essential skills at Level 2 Appropriate appearance and personal hygiene, good health and an awareness of different roles in a beauty salon, nail bar or spa. It is advantageous to have had previous work experience in the beauty therapy industry and have three GCSEs Grade C in English and/or Welsh, Maths, Science or Art Minimum Periods of Training: It is recommended that the apprentice is allowed at least 288 hours per year for offthe-job training. This equates to six hours per week for those working on a 48 working week year (Independent Training Providers) or eight hours per week for those working on a 36 working week year (Colleges of Further Education). What type of job might an apprentice be doing? The advanced apprentice will working as a beauty therapist building on the skills covered by Level 2 NVQ Diploma. Jobs will include promoting products and services, providing body and facial electrical treatments, body massage treatments, electrical epilation treatments, Indian head massage, stone therapy treatments, specialist skin camouflage services, designing and creating fashion and photographic make-up and carrying out massage using pre-blended oils. The decision on which Level 3 NVQ Diploma optional units will be studied, will be made by the employer and/or training provider in discussion with the young person. Some apprentices will carry out additional skills such as planning and providing airbrush make-up, providing UV tanning services, self tanning services, male intimate waxing services and single eyelash extension treatments. How long does the apprenticeship take to complete? Approximately 3 years and 6 months for a learner with no previous experience or needs to complete Level 2 NVQ Diploma as part of the Apprenticeship 25. Approximately 2 years for learners who already hold Level 2 NVQ Diploma or equivalent experience. 25 Funding for Level 2 NVQ Diploma is not available through the Advanced Apprenticeship/Apprenticeship/Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI framework, so it is recommended that the apprentice completes the Apprenticeship/Foundation Apprenticeship/Level 2 ApprenticeshipNI prior to entry to the Advanced Apprenticeship/Apprenticeship/ Level 3 ApprenticeshipNI. framework beauty therapy revised nov 10 version 3 and 6.doc May of 36

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