On the 22nd February 2021, the Prime Minister has announced that schools can resume on the 8th March 2021. With this news, The London School of Beauty & Make-Up will be opening back up our doors and classrooms!
The announcement is delightful news for both staff and students at The London School of Beauty & Make-Up as it hints at a return to normalcy. While we have done our best to move ongoing courses to online learning, nothing compares to having students back in classes.
We want to inform students, returning and new students alike, our classrooms have been adjusted to meet government guidelines. These adjustments are to keep students and staff safe while in the building.
The modification includes practices that have been in place since our reopening in July 2020, with a reduced number of students in practical workspaces and classroom bubbles. All students and staff are required to wear the correct PPE at all times around the building and during lessons.
When completing practical studies, you will have to wear face masks, gloves, and visors, and can not practice without this equipment. Students and staff have to keep their masks on at all times in the building. These changes are in place to ensure that we are not contributing to the spread of the virus.
The beauty industry is one that is underpinned by enforced hygiene, health and safety practices. These high standards in health and safety are taught and practiced throughout all of our beauty and makeup courses. These standards ensure that upon completion, students can enter the beauty and makeup industry with the most up-to-date knowledge of health and hygiene habits within the workplace.
Those that are enrolling onto our VTCT beauty courses will have to complete a prerequisite Covid-19 awareness course. This is the VTCT Level 2 Award in Infection Prevention for Beauty Therapy and Nail Services. The course prepares learners for the reopening of beauty salons and providing treatments safely in a sterile and COVID safe manner. For CIBTAC and CIDESCO courses, students will have to complete the CIDESCO Sanitation and Sterilisation Award.
In other news, based on this announcement, we have confirmed all of our start dates based on these guidelines. As always, in these times, dates are subject to change based on government guidelines.
Courses yet to be completed should be receiving communications regarding their continuation date. Please look out for emails, and if it is not urgent, wait for communications to be sent. Currently, our emails are very busy and we may have sent out information before reading your email.
Regardless of what career you would like to pursue in the beauty or makeup industry, we have the course for you!
If you have any questions or need help with enrolling on any of our courses, do not hesitate to get in contact. Administration staff can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call us on 020 3026 7453.
Stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you on 8th March 2021 when we fully reopen.
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