This fantastic new course from industry leader, Business Qualifications, helps you gain the skills and knowledge you need to run a successful business in the hair and beauty industry.
The Level 3 Preparing to Run a Health and Beauty Business (FQP) course is designed to be studied by those who have the desire to run their own business, the flair for one or more skills and disciplines in the sector, but little commercial expertise.
It begins ‘at the beginning’ and outlines the basics. For example, where you need to start and what you should consider before making any quick decisions about the fundamentals. Your new venture’s legal status, for example. Should you operate as a partnership (perhaps with a friend, family member or life partner), set up as sole trader, or register as a limited company?
What about location and whether you should rent, lease or buy a property?
Getting these start-up decisions wrong could seriously hinder your eventual success, or even prevent it. So the Level 3 Preparing to Run a Health and Beauty Business (FQP)
course starts by helping you make the right choices.
Then there are the practical issues around day-to-day business. The course gives you in-depth knowledge of salon management and what skills and experience you need to make a success of this type of role.
The Level 3 Preparing to Run a Health and Beauty Business (FQP) course explains the challenges and subtleties of hiring staff, including what qualifications, skills and training you need to recruit for in the people you hire for both the hair and beauty industries.
You’re taught about contracts of employment and the relevant policies and procedures to be aware of, how to attract and retain clients, and the relevant laws regarding data protection. Plus managing finances and all available sources of capital, along with all the relevant legislation and regulations applicable to running a hair and beauty business.
The Level 3 Preparing to Run a Health and Beauty Business (FQP) is endorsed by Focus Awards, one of the UK’s most innovative awarding bodies, under their ‘Focus on Quality Provision’ Scheme.