ITEC Facial Electrotherapy Diploma Course

Bronwyn Conroy International Beauty School offers the advanced ITEC Facial Electrotherapy Diploma Course giving qualified Beauty Therapist the opportunity to add facial electrical treatments to their skill set.

During this advanced Facial Electrotherapy Diploma Course at Bronwyn Conroy Beauty School students learn how to perform a detailed skin analysis and how to devise a treatment plan for a variety of skin types using facial electrical treatments such as Galvanic and High Frequency, Steam and Vacuum suction, Faradic EMS, and Micro-current. Facial electric treatments can have a dramatic effect on all skin types; they improve the appearance of the skin, help postpone early signs of ageing, erase minor sun damage, scarring and pigmentation giving the experienced therapist more advanced choices for solve specific skin concerns.

A qualification in galvanic and high frequency facial electrical treatments is required to train in the world famous Hydradermie facial from the prestigious skin care company René Guinot. In order to complete our Bronwyn Conroy ITEC Facial Electrotherapy Diploma Course, students must hold CIBTAC/ITEC/VTCT Or equivalent Aesthetics Diploma / Level 2 Diploma in Beauty Therapy, Skincare and Facial Certificate or equivalent. A photocopy of qualification/s with application is required.

Bronwyn Conroy Facial Electrotherapy Qualification:
Students gain a highly recognised ITEC certificate upon successful completion of the course.
Training involves 10 full days (over 10 Saturdays starging in March or 10 Mondays commencing April) to include home practice and completion of 6 case studies. The final day of training includes the ITEC theory and practical exam Students will initially learn by practicing on each other, however throughout the course students are also required to provide clients to work on, plus a suitable model (with no contra-indications to electrical treatments) for the practical exam.

Assessment information:
All students must complete 6 case studies. Students must take pictures before and after treatment. Consultations must be completed and signed by both the client and therapist. Photographic evidence of each treatment is requiredThese case studies can be completed in our School during our College Salon.

Course content:
Professional ethics
Health and hygiene
Related anatomy and physiology
Skin care and analysis
Client consultation

Facial electrotherapy treatments to include:
Steaming (ozone steaming)
Brush cleansing
High frequency (direct and indirect)
Vacuum suction
 (Iontophoresis and Desincrustation)
Faradic Electro Muscle Stimulator (EMS)
Practical application of facial electrical treatments
Aftercare and homecare
Case studies

Course Fee & Payment Plan
ITEC Course Fee      €1095.00
ITEC  EXAM            €175.00.00
DEPOSI 350.00 Weekly payment plan available