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ITEC Teaching level 4 Certificate

Course Type: Part Time and Evening
Institute Name: Bronwyn Conroy Beauty School
Fee: 1795.00
Duration: 6 Sundays plus teaching observation/prac
Time: Sunday 10 - 4
Course Locations: South Dublin City

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Are you a qualified, Hair-Dresser, make-up artist, Barber or Beauty Therapist looking to move your career to the next stage?   Do you have the drive to teach what you know to others, do you want to inspire others to a career in the the Hair and Beauty Industry , if yes, we have the course for you, we offer full support for both the teaching observation required and the teaching practice.  visit our website or call for details

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