Unit 22 Aromatherapy Massage for Beauty Therapy

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Unit content, 1 Know the methods of extraction and chemistry of essential and carrier oils used in. beauty therapy, Extraction methods steam distillation expression solvent extraction hydro diffusion enfleurage. maceration phytol extraction liquid carbon dioxide extraction comminution types from extraction. resinoids concretes absolutes, Essential oil chemistry basic chemical constituents carbon hydrogen oxygen chemical families. terpenes alcohols esters aldehydes ketones oxides lactones phenols sources of essential oils. flowers fruit herb resin wood oil classifications top middle base. Carrier oil chemistry fats and oils vegetable sources of carrier oils vegetable nut seed flower. 2 Understand the therapeutic use of essential and carrier oils used in beauty therapy. Methods of entry and excretion into the body entry skin lungs olfactory system excretion skin kidneys. lungs digestive system methods of essential oil application massage inhalation vaporisation compress. bathing cosmetics perfumery, Product knowledge essential and carrier oils therapeutic uses contraindications contra actions Latin. names botanical names, 3 Be able to safely carry out aromatherapy Massage treatments for clients.
Preparation of therapist personal hygiene presentation protective attire of client protective attire. secure hair removal of jewellery skin preparation sterilisation and sanitisation. Preparation of work area environmental conditions eg heating lighting ventilation atmosphere salon and. client requirements, Products carrier oils essential oils hand sanitiser. Tools and equipment massage couch chair towels bowls. Client consultation communication verbal and non verbal sensitivity testing treatment planning eg. order and frequency of treatments treatment objectives skin and body analysis specialist client groups. children convalescents pregnancy elderly contraindications eg deep vein thrombosis chemotherapy. radiotherapy contagious skin diseases loss of skin sensation clinical obesity very thin clients diabetes. epilepsy heart disease pregnancy varicose veins postural deformities cancer phlebitis certain. medication high and low blood pressure undiagnosed lumps or swelling medical oedema product. allergies recent operations recent scar tissue clear recommendations client confidentiality. Health and safety working practices sterilisation and sanitation methods safe use of tools and equipment. Health and Safety at Work Act HASAWA 1974 The Personal Protective Equipment PPE at. Work Regulations 1992 Control of Substances Hazardous to Health COSHH Regulations 2002. waste disposal professional behaviour GP referral relationship with medical profession and other. complementary therapists codes of conduct associated with professional bodies. Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Nationals specification in Beauty Therapy Techniques Beauty Therapy. 2 Issue 1 January 2011 Edexcel Limited 2011, Aromatherapy treatment positioning of therapist and client ways of adapting treatments to suit client. choice of essential oil flower herb fruit resin wood and carrier oil vegetable nut seed and flower. blending techniques completion of record card safety procedures storage and handling of essential. oils banned oils toxic oils hazards risks oil safety oil purity complete treatment to client s satisfaction. contra actions and response record and evaluate results methods of evaluation eg measurements before. and after treatments asking for client feedback, Aftercare advice homecare ways of avoiding contra actions maintaining treatment benefits retail. opportunities products future services including repeat treatments. Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Nationals specification in Beauty Therapy Techniques Beauty Therapy. Issue 1 January 2011 Edexcel Limited 2011,Assessment and grading criteria. In order to pass this unit the evidence that the learner presents for assessment needs to demonstrate that. they can meet all the learning outcomes for the unit The assessment criteria for a pass grade describe the. level of achievement required to pass this unit,Assessment and grading criteria.
To achieve a pass grade the To achieve a merit grade the To achieve a distinction grade. evidence must show that the evidence must show that in the evidence must show that. learner is able to addition to the pass criteria in addition to the pass and. the learner is able to merit criteria the learner is. P1 describe the extraction M1 compare the extraction D1 evaluate the methods of. methods of essential and methods of essential oils and extraction used for carrier. carrier oils carrier oils and essential oils, P2 identify the chemical structure M2 describe the chemical D2 compare the chemical. of essential and carrier oils structure of essential oils and structure of carrier and. carrier oils essential oils, P3 describe methods of M3 explain using examples D3 assess the therapeutic use. excretion and entry into the how carrier and essential oils of carrier and essential oils. body of essential oils with achieve their therapeutic use and the detrimental effects of. reference to their and the detrimental effects of essential oils on the systems. therapeutic use essential oils caursed by their of the body during entry and. method of entry into the excretion, P4 explain the therapeutic M4 compare different essential D4 evaluate the effectiveness. use of essential and carrier and carrier oils for the of essential and carrier oils. oils with reference to their treatment of conditions that chosen for the treatment of a. contraindications contra benefit from aromatherapy named condition. actions Latin names and massage treatment,botanical names. IE2 IE6 CT1, P5 implement preparations for M5 explain the choice of D5 evaluate the choice of.
aromatherapy massage preparations consultation preparations consultation. treatments techniques treatment techniques treatment. SM3 TW5 application and aftercare application and aftercare. advice to clients advice to clients,P6 perform client consultations. for aromatherapy massage,treatments,IE1 RL2 TW2 TW3 TW4. P7 perform aromatherapy,Massage treatments for a,safe professional standard. IE5 TW5 CT6,P8 provide aftercare advice to,EP2 EP3 EP4 EP5. Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Nationals specification in Beauty Therapy Techniques Beauty Therapy. 4 Issue 1 January 2011 Edexcel Limited 2011, PLTS This summary references where applicable in the square brackets the elements of the personal.
learning and thinking skills applicable in the pass criteria It identifies opportunities for learners to demonstrate. effective application of the referenced elements of the skills. Key IE independent enquirers RL reflective learners SM self managers. CT creative thinkers TW team workers EP effective participators. Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Nationals specification in Beauty Therapy Techniques Beauty Therapy. Issue 1 January 2011 Edexcel Limited 2011,Essential guidance for tutors. This unit gives learners an overview of one of the many complementary therapies available within the beauty. industry This unit can be delivered as stand alone but knowledge of anatomy and physiology and body. massage is essential to ensure learner understanding of some of the content Learners are expected to gain. the knowledge and skills described in the content through carrying out supporting activities that include the. practical application of aromatherapy massage Learners should understand the importance of blending oils. correctly to suit individual clients, Learning outcome 1 should be delivered theoretically but delivery techniques should be varied to enthuse. learners Activities could include formal lectures discussions group work and learners presentations It would. be beneficial for learners if delivery of this learning outcome was related to learning outcome 2. Learning outcome 2 can be delivered theoretically when exploring methods of entry and excretion and. practically by selecting using and gauging the therapeutic uses of aromatherapy oils It is essential that when. learning about their therapeutic uses learners are taught about the contraindications contra actions Latin and. botanical names of essential oils, The development of massage techniques is required for learning outcome 3 A programme of tuition covering. preparation client consultation application and case studies should be delivered Learners should blend oils. to suit client needs at the time of treatment Consultation techniques could be developed through the use of. role play and delivered before learners practise on clients Industry codes of practice and guidelines in terms. of health and safety and salon policy on hygiene should also be considered It would be beneficial for learners. if they had the opportunity to practise on a variety of different clients to give them experience similar to that. of an industry salon, Learners should be encouraged to reflect on their practical skills to enhance their abilities and gain a greater. appreciation of the limits and constraints of the beauty industry. Learners would benefit from guest speakers or professionals from aromatherapy associations to encourage. them to develop links between theory and real practice Learners may also wish to visit beauty holistic. exhibitions or attend specialised seminars to expand their knowledge of aromatherapy massage. Outline learning plan, The outline learning plan has been included in this unit as guidance and can be used in conjunction with the.
programme of suggested assignments, The outline learning plan demonstrates one way in planning the delivery and assessment of this unit. Topic and suggested assignments activities and assessment. Introduction to unit content, Methods of extraction lectures class discussions comparing methods videos DVDs of different methods. Essential and carrier oils, Essential oil chemistry basic chemical constituents chemical families sources of essential oils oil classifications. Carrier oil chemistry, Assignment 1 Essential and Carrier Oils Test P1 M1 D1 P2 M2 D2. Methods of entry and excretion into the body,Methods of essential oil application.
Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Nationals specification in Beauty Therapy Techniques Beauty Therapy. 6 Issue 1 January 2011 Edexcel Limited 2011, Topic and suggested assignments activities and assessment. Essential oil product knowledge to include at least 25 different essential oils Therapeutic uses. contraindications contra actions Latin names botanical names. Carrier oil knowledge to include at least 3 different oils Therapeutic uses contraindications contra actions. Latin names botanical names, Assignment 2 Therapeutic Effects of Essential and Carrier Oils P3 M3 D3 P4 M4. Tutor introduction to assignment brief assignment workshops with tutor independent learner activity. Treatment preparation, Client consultation role play practical demonstrations. Aromatherapy massage tutor demonstration learners practise and develop skills. selection of essential and carrier oils for client s needs. blending techniques,record card, health and safety including storage and handling and relevant legislation. professional behaviour,Aftercare advice including retail opportunities.
Assignment 3 Aromatherapy Massage Treatment Case Study P5 P6 P7 P8 M5 M6. Tutor introduction to assignment brief practical demonstrations assignment workshops with tutor independent. learner activity,Tutor review of unit,Assessment, The unit is assessed by the centre and will be subject to external verification by Edexcel. Achievement of the assessment and grading criteria should be evidenced through contextualised vocationally. related experiences with tasks specifically designed with the assessment and grading criteria in mind. The theoretical aspects of assessment for this unit can be achieved through learners completing centre. devised assignments a portfolio of evidence or through adaptation of Edexcel assignments where available. Practical assessment criteria will require observation and completion of relevant documentary evidence by the. Assessment should be as holistic as possible with assignments designed to cover multiple assessment criteria. even across units where appropriate Reference to grading criteria should be made in the assessment. documentation to ensure the criteria have been met. Learners should not be asked to carry out additional tasks in order to achieve the higher grades. P1 M1 D1 P2 M2 and D2 could be assessed via a written test devised and marked by the centre and. externally verified by Edexcel Alternatively learners could create a written report or PowerPoint presentation. with diagrams and tables of comparisons detailing methods of extraction for and the chemistry of at least nine. essential oils and three carrier oils, P3 M3 D3 P4 and M4 could be assessed via a written test devised and marked by the centre and externally. verified by Edexcel Alternatively learners could create a leaflet advertising the therapeutic effects of at least 25. different essential oils and three carrier oils to clients with reference to methods of excretion and entry into. Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Nationals specification in Beauty Therapy Techniques Beauty Therapy. Issue 1 January 2011 Edexcel Limited 2011, P5 P6 P7 and P8 must be assessed through the practical application of skills in a realistic learning. environment or where industry experience can be gained Learners should be encouraged to carry out. botanical names of essential oils The development of massage techniques is required for learning outcome 3 A programme of tuition covering preparation client consultation application and case studies should be delivered Learners should blend oils to suit client needs at the time of treatment Consultation techniques could be developed

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