Asked by mel72 3 years ago
I am currently doing my portfolio for my nvq 2 and i have just finished a level 3 guild accredited course but its not nvq 3, I have done holistic courses too, are these certificated and training enough to get a job in the industries, i have been doing mobile therapist now for 2 years also
Beauty Treatments, Waxing, Stone Massage Therapy, Manicure, Swedish Massage, Spray Tanning and Sunless Tanning, Makeup Treatments, Microdermabrasion, Nail Extensions & Overlays, Facials - Galvanic, Hand Massage, Oxygen Facial
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louiseconstad 3 years ago
Hello Mel, I think you are well qualified. I work as a make-up artist. It is my folio that makes me qualified, not my certificates. The beauty world could be very different.
Toccobeauty 3 years ago
As far as I am aware the certificates you have are reconised through the guild and this allows you take insurance out. I hope this helps
BrendaLee 3 years ago
First I would need to know where you live and what kind of mobile treatments you provide. Some states require you to have a cosmetology license, nails or aesthetics license for some of the services you mention. Most states allow an unlicensed individual to perform services to people unable to leave their dwelling due to health concerns or disability. Sorry I cannot help you much.
McGeorgemobilemassage 3 years ago
yes u need to figure out if ur state requires a cosmetology license and most the time u can contact the cosmetology board for your state and see what they say , u could most likly test out and recieve it!
-ZOE- 3 years ago
Can you state your location? maybe I can help.We are looking to fill some open positions in the Spa area...Michigan
PureNRG 3 years ago
I does depend on what state you live. Many states require you to have a license. You many need only certification in most of the holistic areas.
EmeryMassageandBodywork 3 years ago
Check with your state for the regulations required.
Ruthiec1 3 years ago
Yes they are, but you must state these clearly on your CV and also list which topics your Guild level 3 has covered as they are all different.
Good luck with finding some work!
MAGGIEPOSH 3 years ago
The best suggestion I can suggest to you is to call the Nevada state Board of Cosmetology to answer that question
I hope that helps you to get the answer to your question.