VTCT Level 3 Single Eyelash Extension Treatments (QCF)
This is a nationally recognised qualification and fully insurable with any reputable company. During this professional training course, you will learn about and complete practical work and assessment to achieve the safe application of semi-permanent individual false eyelashes.
Learn from our experienced lecturers over three sessions how to expertly apply eyelash extensions. Unlike other centres, you will not complete in one day as this does not allow you time to go home and practice then return to problem solve.
The feedback from our students is that the gap between sessions is essential to being fully confident at the end of the course when performing this treatment for their clients.
This course is about providing eyelash extension treatments involving the use of single eyelashes. It covers the use of a variety of consultation techniques to establish the client’s potential for treatment and to agree feasible outcomes acceptable to the client. The ability to attach, maintain and remove single lash systems is required as is the ability to give suitable aftercare advice to clients.
You will be able to use any lash product from any company and gain insurance with any reputable insurer.
You will need to bring models along to your lessons for you to work on this gives more time to learn rather than working on each other.
A good level of both written and spoken English is necessary to be able to complete the course work and exam.
Registration & Fees*
The cost of this course is £329.
A deposit of £100 confirms your place on the course, with the balance to be paid 28 days prior to start date.
Optional Kits will be available at approx. cost £60
You must be able to bring a model with you for all three sessions, you will need to come in prior to the start date to collect your kit in order to patch test your model at home.
Course Start Dates
Although this course starts on the date(s) listed above, or if no dates are listed, other dates are available on request.
* All prices are correct at time of publishing, but are subject to change.