BMLA Approved Three-Hour IPL Training Course for £129 at Presidency London College (66% Off)
- Higher education centre
- Range of courses for career development and life skills
- Close to Kilburn Park tube
- BMLA-approved course
- Three hours of teaching time plus one hour break for lunch
- Regarded as minimum training required to operate laser and IPL systems
- Covers tissue interactions, safety issues and equipment management
- Introduction to risk assessment
- Overview of standards, guidelines and legislation requirements
- Classroom-based, seminar style
- Certificate on completion
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. 72-hour cancellation policy. Valid at Merlin House, Kilburn High Road (NW6 4HY) only. Valid Tue and Sun 10am-2pm only; includes 1 hour for lunch. More sessions to be added subject to demand. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID. Min. 5 people per class, max. 10. Certificate awarded upon successful completion of course and assessment. Original values verified 25 June 2012 at 4.37pm.
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Students can often be found surrounded with mixed arts media, scissors and glossy magazine cuttings, insisting that they’re going to collage. Hit the right books with today’s Groupon: £129 for a three-hour IPL Core of Knowledge training course at Presidency London College.
Dedicated to enlightening minds and boosting life skills, this education centre takes students higher with diverse qualifications ranging from English language and dental nursing, to beauteous technicalities. Presidency London College strives to set adults of all ages on the road to their chosen career, sending them packing straight from the classroom in to the working environment. With online learning, intense quick-fire courses, and part-time learnathons available, the prospectus caters to busy students, while the Kilburn Road campus welcomes all pupils with open arms and ruled paper.
Budding beauty therapists can gather in groups of up to ten to embark on the IPL 'Core of Knowledge' course, approved by the British Medical Laser Association. Three hours of classroom-based learning covers the basics of practice, including laser and IPL differences and effects, interactions with skin, safety and risk assessment, as well as practicalities, legalities, and industry standards. An assessment at the end of the day could turn pupils into practitioners, and successful candidates will leave clutching an accredited certificate.