Level 3 Certificate in Swedish Massage

Who is this qualification for ?

This is the first stage in becoming a beauty massage therapist, this course is a natural progression for the student who has successfully completed their Level 3 Diploma in Beauty Therapy, it is also aimed at the more mature student who would like to increase and advance their knowledge and beauty massage therapy skills.

Why is this qualification most suitable ?

The course provides the student with knowledge of the principles of face and body massage, and how massage therapists practice. Throughout this qualification you will develop your knowledge and understanding of relevant anatomy and physiology, health and safety, and client care. You will develop a range of technical skills in massage, using a variety of different techniques and develop your interpersonal skills that will assist you to communicate effectively with clients.

What does this qualification cover ?

The VTCT Level 3 Certificate in Swedish Massage (QCF) is a specialist vocationally related qualification. This qualification will enable learners at a minimum to gain skills, knowledge and understanding required in order to perform Swedish massage treatments for clients. Learners will gain skills and knowledge and the understanding needed to perform professional Swedish massage treatments for clients via employment or self employment in the beauty therapy or complementary therapy industry. This qualification is most suited to learners who wish to advance in their profession.

Duration and Delivery

Fast Track 2 day delivery plus case studies, assignment work, end test and assessment day

Estimated Cost

£500.00

What could this qualification lead to ?

This qualification will prepare you for employment as a beauty massage therapist.

Working in commercial beauty salons, destination spas and day spas
Working independently/self-employed/mobile/home-based settings

Related Courses

Monitor clients and the operation of sauna, steam and hydrotherapy treatments
Provide body wrapping and flotation treatments

Course Information and Workbook