4 Evening Builder Gel Enhancement Course
A kit is required for this course. Please purchase from our Kits page
- 220 British pounds£220
This course is made up of online pre-course study which you complete in your own time, followed by four separate evenings 6pm-9pm in the academy with your educator. Evenings 1,2 & 3 are for practical learning and Evening 4 is for further practice plus working on a live model. PRE-REQUISITES: This course requires either NVQ Level 2 Beauty or an accredited Manicure certificate such as our Gel Polish Manicure course ACCREDITATION: This course is accredited by the Centre of CPD Excellence. It is suitable for arranging professional insurance although you should check specific requirements as each insurance policy may vary. COURSE OVERVIEW: Your course will cover... - Health & Safety Legislation - Hygiene Standards - Contra-Indications & Contra-Actions - Client Consultation - Insurance - Anatomy & Physiology - Kit & Product Knowledge - Prep with Dry Manicure - Tip Application and Builder Gel Extensions - Brush on Builder Gel Overlays - Infill & Re-balance - Safe Removal - Aftercare - Troubleshooting After booking, you will receive a confirmation email with details for how to gain access to our website's Student Zone. This contains your training manuals and pre-course study. There is a short quiz to check your understanding of the pre-course theory, but there are no time limits and you can attempt these questions as many times as required. The first 3 evenings of training will briefly recap your theory work and answer any questions you may have. You will then move on to the practical learning and will have the opportunity to watch demos as well as practice the techniques you are shown on a silicone training hand. You will then take your kit away to continue practice. For evening 4, the last evening, YOU WILL NEED TO ARRANGE FOR A MODEL TO COME TO THE ACADEMY WITH YOU and you will apply a full set of builder gel extensions. Your tutor will assess your work as you go. We appreciate this is a brand new skill for most students and we do not expect learners to go away the 'finished article'. We will sign off students who show that they are able to work safely unsupervised, who understand the principles discussed during training, and who show they have the potential for creating good work with further practice.