Frequently Asked Questions
Want to learn a bit more about the Furless Beauty Institute? Check out our frequently asked questions below!
If you are taking part in the Beauty Therapy courses, a uniform must be worn, this will be provided at the start of the course. This will be provided by us at no extra cost.
For all other on-site courses, we will provide you with a Furless Beauty Institute t-shirt which should be worn at all times with black trousers and closed shoes.
We accept payments by cash, credit card, bank transfer and cheque.
The maximum number of students attending any course will be 12.
“Students enrolled in the international vocational qualifications (all CIDESCO, CIBTAC and ITEC courses) will be examined by the awarding bodies.
Students enrolled in the in-house trainings and workshop programs will be assessed internally by our Educators.”
CIDESCO is the highest level of beauty therapy qualification.
Please refer to our course Enrollement T&Cs. If you have any more questions please contact us.
As soon as you’ve enrolled and completed the application process, we will send you our welcome pack with all the onboarding information you need.
There are opportunities for qualified beauty therapist to find employment in a variety of areas:
- Medical Clinics
- Beauty salons
- Health Clubs
- Own business
- Cruise liners
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Course fees include the online theory and practical elements of the course, examination and uniform.
We offer a wide range of beauty industry courses. You can find all our courses listed on our website.
Please note course offerings are subject to change.
One you have obtained your qualification it is for life, it will not expire.
16 years and above. Although some courses may require a pre-requisite qualification and/or experience.
Exams may be re-taken upto 3 times. There is a re-sit fee for every attempt.
It can take between 8 to 12+ months to complete a beauty therapy course, depending on the student’s attendance and completion of required coursework.
You can enrol in a beauty therapy course through our website – www.furlessbeautyinstitute.com.
Call us on +971 56 539 2200 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the beauty therapy diploma we do require you to come in to our institute for a pre-screening interview to ensure this course is the right one for you and you are willing to commit to the 800+ hours of class participation and study within 8-12 months.
All vocational qualification courses are taught in English. Exams can be translated into different languages. With our diverse team of Educators, language support can be provided to accomadate student needs.
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After successful completion of the Beauty Therapy course, in order to obtain your DHA license, students will need to submit an application directly to DHA along with all government mandated requirements. We can support you towards obtaining your DHA license.
The DHA has granted us the exemption letter that removes the requirement of our students having to do 6 month of working experience after they do their Beauty Therapist courses with us. This means you can can apply directly to get your DHA Beauty Therapist license without having to do any internships after you study with us.
The only course that requires a prerequisite is the Level 3 diploma in electrolysis. All other courses there are no prerequisites, just an interest in the subject.
Yes, you can pay in monthly installments with post dated cheques. This will depend on the duration and cost of the course you are taking. Please contact us for more information regarding this.
No, you would need to have a minimum of a level 2 diploma or equivalent.
A DHA license is required to practice Electrolysis, so you would need to hold a beauty therapy qualification. If you don’t hold the relevant qualification, we can help you with this.
Some of our courses will be remote learning, with regular tutor contact, this will be for professional development training and workshop programs.
All our beauty therapy courses that have practical elements will be blended learning, some learning will be carried out on our learner management system, all practical learning will be in the institute.
This institution is approved by the relevant authorities and has all the required permits by KHDA and TVeT. There are courses that are regulated by DHA, in which we have the relevant approvals to provide.
No, we provide all the resources for our students to use whilst in the institute. However you may want to purchase your own beauty therapy books for home study, we can provide you with a book list for each course.
Yes they are recognised within the beauty industry worldwide, however it is the students responsibility to check the local authorities in the Country they wish to work, as some countries may require a local diploma or alternative requirements.