Order Pre / 2054/2015, Of October 1, In Which Two Professional Qualifications Of The Professional Personal Image Family, Listed In The National Catalogue Of Professional Qualifications, Established By Royal Decree 1087/2005, Updated D ...

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The Organic Law 5/2002 of 19 June, on Qualifications and Vocational Training, is aimed at the management of a comprehensive system of vocational training, qualifications and accreditation that responds effectively and transparently to social demands and economic through the various training modalities. To do this, create the National System of Qualifications and Vocational Training, defining it in Article 2.1 as a set of instruments and actions needed to promote and develop integration offers vocational training, through the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications and as the evaluation and accreditation of the relevant professional skills, so that is conducive to professional and social development of people and the needs of the productive system are covered.

The National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications, according to Article 7.1, is created in order to facilitate integration and adaptation between vocational training and labor market and training throughout life, worker mobility and labor market unit. This catalog consists of the qualifications identified in the productive system and the formation associated with them, which is organized in training modules.

Article 5.3 of the Organic Law 5/2002 of June 19, attached to the National Institute of Qualifications, responsibility for defining, developing and updating the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications, as technical support body the General Council of Vocational Training, whose regulatory development enshrined in Article 9.2 of Royal Decree 1128/2003, of 5 September, approving the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications regulates, settling down in Article 9.4, the obligation to keep it constantly updated through regular review which, in any case, must be made within a period not exceeding five years from the date of inclusion of qualifications in the catalog.

Therefore, this order is issued pursuant to Royal Decree 817/2014, of September 26, by which specific aspects of professional qualifications for which modification, approval procedure and effects established is applicable Article 7.3 of the organic law 5/2002 of 19 June on qualifications and vocational training.

So, in this order are updated by complete replacement of its annexes, two professional qualifications of the professional family personal image featuring an antique in the National Catalogue of Professional equal or exceed five years Qualifications, which applies them Royal Decree 817/2014 of 26 September. It also partially specific professional qualifications are modified by replacing certain key skills qualification units and associated training modules, including in the professional qualifications listed in Annexes date of this order.

In the process of making this order have been consulted and the Autonomous Communities have issued report by the General Council of Vocational Training and the State Board of Education.

By virtue of a joint proposal by the Minister of Education, Culture and Sports and the Minister of Employment and Social Security, I have:

Article 1. Purpose and scope.

This ministerial order is to update two corresponding professional qualifications to professional Personal Image family, proceeding to the replacement of the corresponding annexes, and amend certain professional qualifications partly by replacing certain competence units and associated training modules in application of Royal Decree 817/2014, of September 26, by which specific aspects of professional qualifications for which modification, approval procedure and effects established applies Article 7.3 of the organic law 5/2002 of 19 June on qualifications and vocational training.
Professional qualifications
updated and partially modified by this procedure are valid and are applicable throughout the national territory, and not a regulation of the profession.


Article 2. Updating a professional qualification of professional Personal Image, established by Royal Decree 1087/2005, of 16 September, establishing new professional qualifications, which are included in the national catalog of professional qualifications are established family as well as their corresponding training modules, which are incorporated into the modular catalog of vocational training and certain professional qualifications established by Royal Decree 295/2004, of 20 February updated.

As established in the only additional provision of Royal Decree 1087/2005, of 16 September, we proceed to updating professional qualifications whose specifications are contained in Annex CXXI ​​real aforementioned decree:

Rewording is given in Annex CXXI, Vocational Training 'Beauty care hands and feet. " Level 2 IMP121_2, annexed I to this order.

Article 3. Updating professional qualifications established by Royal Decree 790/2007 of 15 June, the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications, by establishing three professional qualifications corresponding to the Professional Family Image Personal.

As established in the only additional provision of Royal Decree 790/2007, of June 15, proceed to updating professional qualifications whose specifications are contained in Annex CCXLVIII real aforementioned decree:

Rewording is given in Annex CCXLVIII, PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION "and associated sensory Aesthetic massage techniques." Level 3 IMP248_3, annexed II of this order.

Article 4. Partial Modification of a professional qualification of professional Personal Image family established by Royal Decree 295/2004, of 20 February, certain professional qualifications that are included in the national catalog of professional qualifications are established as well as their corresponding training modules incorporated in the modular catalog of vocational training.

As established in the only additional provision of Royal Decree 295/2004, of 20 February, proceed to updating professional qualifications whose specifications are contained in Annex XXIII said Royal Decree:
Hydrothermal:
professional qualifications established as "Annex XXIII is changed. Level 3 IMP023_3 "respectively replacing the unit of competition" UC0063_3: Perform manual massage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes "and associated training module" MF0063_3: competition for the unity of manual and mechanical aesthetic massage (120 h) '' UC0063_3: Perform manual massage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes "and associated training module" MF0063_3: manual and mechanical aesthetic massage (120 h) ', in Annex II "and associated sensory aesthetic massage techniques. Level 3 IMP248_3 'of this order.

Article 5. Partial Amendment of professional qualifications established by Royal Decree 790/2007 of 15 June, the National Catalogue of Professional Qualifications, by establishing three professional qualifications corresponding to the Professional Family Personal image.

As established in the only additional provision of Royal Decree 790/2007, of June 15, proceed to updating professional qualifications whose specifications are contained in Annex CCL real aforementioned decree:
Aesthetic treatments:
professional qualifications established as' Annex CCL is changed. Level 3 IMP250_3 "respectively replacing the unit of competition" UC0063_3: Perform manual massage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes "and associated training module" MF0063_3: competition for the unity of manual and mechanical aesthetic massage (120 h) '' UC0063_3: Perform manual massage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes "and associated training module" MF0063_3: manual and mechanical aesthetic massage (120 h) "and substituting" UC0790_3: Perform manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical purposes aesthetic "and the associated training module" MF0790_3: aesthetic lymphatic drainage manual and mechanical (90 h) "by" UC0790_3: Perform manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes "and associated training module" MF0790_3: lymphatic drainage aesthetic manual and mechanical (150 h) »corresponding to Annex II 'and associated sensory aesthetic massage techniques. Level 3 IMP248_3 'of this order, also modified the total duration of the training associated with the qualification of 600 hours to 660 hours.


First final provision. competential title.

This order is issued pursuant to the powers conferred upon the State Article 149.1.1 and 30th of the Constitution, regulation of the basic conditions guaranteeing equality of all Spaniards in the exercise of rights and in fulfilling their constitutional duties, and for the regulation of the conditions for obtaining, issuing and recognition of academic and professional qualifications.

Second final provision. Entry into force.

This order shall come into force on the day following its publication in the "Official Gazette" day.

Madrid, October 1, 2015-The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Presidency, Soraya Saenz de Santamaria Anton.
ANNEX I


VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATION: CARE OF HANDS AND FEET Aesthetic
Professional Family
:
Personal Image
Level: 2

Code: IMP121_2
General competence

Perform
beauty care of hands and feet, making operations beautification of nails, artificial nails and applying developing treatments for skin of the hands and feet, meeting the needs and demands of the client, following the established protocol and conditions quality, safety and health.
Competence units


UC0356_2: Address the customer service of aesthetic hands and feet in safety, hygiene and health

UC0357_2: Apply aesthetic techniques to care for and beautify nails

UC0358_2: Develop and apply artificial nails

UC0359_2: Perform aesthetic treatments hands and feet
Professional Environment

Professional Scope


Develops his professional activity in the area of ​​aesthetics, dedicated to Personal Image, entities of private, small- or medium-sized, both self-employed basis, regardless of their legal form. It operates depending appropriate, functional and / or hierarchically superior. You can have your staff sometimes seasonally or stably. In the development of professional activity universal accessibility principles apply in accordance with applicable regulations.
Productive Sectors


It is located in the productive sector of services dedicated to Personal Image in the subsector on the aesthetic care, treatment and beautification of the hands and feet.

Occupations and relevant jobs

The terms of the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-encompassing nature of women and men.
Manicurists


Podiatrist (no callistas)

Specialists in foot care
Specialists in artificial nails

Demonstrators
nail cosmetics and skin of hands and feet

Training Associate (420 hours)


Training Modules
MF0356_2: Occupational safety and health beauty care of hands and feet (60 hours)

MF0357_2: Techniques for aesthetic care and beautification of nails (120 hours)

MF0358_2: Artificial Nails (150 hours)

MF0359_2: Beauty treatments hands and feet (90 hours)

COMPETITION UNIT 1: CUSTOMER SERVICE aesthetic HANDS AND FEET TO ATTEND SAFETY CONDITIONS, HYGIENE AND HEALTH

Level: 2

Code: UC0356_2

Professional accomplishments and performance criteria:

RP 1: Carry out personal protection measures and customer, maintaining facilities, furniture and equipment, in terms of hygiene and safety, to meet the aesthetic customer service hands and feet, fulfilling protection regulations labor and environmental risks applicable.
CR 1.1
facilities and furniture are cleaned and disinfected at the end of each service, using the products and resources required to maintain aseptic conditions in the workplace.

CR 1.2 Useful and accessories used are cleaned, disinfected and sterilized as appropriate, using the product for the material they are made and the use to which they are intended.

CR 1.3 The appliance used is checked to verify its operation by checking that meets the conditions of health and safety for use.

CR 1.4 Conducting artificial nails, apply in the case of specific products is checked to ensure that ventilation is indicated to prevent vapors and the strong smell of these products.
CR 1.5
lighting job to perform aesthetic care of hands and feet, is checked by verifying that is required for each cosmetic technique.


CR 1.6 The customer is accommodated, ensuring that the ergonomic position is right for the service of beauty care of hands and feet and applying the lingerie indicated for protection.

CR 1.7 autocolocan gloves and mask as protection in procedures that require and maintains the ergonomic position, according to the safety and health at work.
CR 1.8
cabin, disposable material and equipment are prepared after use, to verify that are cleansed and disinfected or sterilized and ordered for a new service.

RP 2: Select the aesthetic service and toes watching the anatomophysiological characteristics of the client, to customize according to their demands and needs.

CR 2.1 The characteristics of the skin of the hands and feet and nails are valued customer, identifying their needs, to design customized aesthetic treatment.

CR 2.2 Changes that may pose a contraindication are identified for the realization of aesthetic manicures, pedicures and artificial nails and, if necessary, the client is derived medical treatment or other professionals.

CR 2.3 Professional detailed diagnosis from the analysis and evaluation of the information obtained, collecting data in the data sheet of the client, for monitoring and evaluation of the service, complying with the rules on personal data protection applies.

RP 3: Select the material, the tools, appliances and cosmetics, preparing the work area to meet the aesthetic customer service and toes, following the rules applicable safety and hygiene.

CR 3.1 Cosmetics are selected according to the customer's skin type and condition of the nails, given the cosmetic form, containing assets, mechanisms of action and the manufacturer.

CR physicochemical 3.2 for the preparation and handling of cosmetic operations are performed in safety and hygiene.

CR 3.3 Environmental conditions for preserving products and cosmetics are detected to prevent tampering.
CR 3.4
useful products and appliances are selected, depending on the technique manicures, pedicures, artificial nails or aesthetic treatments hands and feet to perform, following the standard protocol and safety provisions.

CR 3.5 Disposable materials are selected according to the technique to be performed, in compliance with applicable regulations regarding waste disposal and respect for the environment.

RP 4: Adapt the standard protocols of aesthetic treatments hands and feet and artificial nails, to meet the aesthetic customer service and toes, adjusting to their needs and demands, meeting the customer protocols established by the business.
CR 4.1
skin, nails and periungual area are observed to analyze their characteristics and possible alterations, determining technique manicures, pedicures and artificial nails application tailored to customer needs or, where appropriate, to detect possible contraindications.

CR 4.2 The design of standard treatment protocols and toes and artificial nails are made depending on the service, picking techniques to use, means and equipment, products and execution time.

CR 4.3 advice on the care and precautions to be followed before and after the techniques of manicures, pedicures, hand and foot treatment and artificial nails, customer communicate, to avoid adverse reactions or undesirable results.

CR 4.4 supports the collection of information, history and aesthetic sheet monitoring and evaluation of treatments, they are designed according to the protocols to be used, complying with the rules on data protection applicable.

RP 5: Perform first aid techniques for possible emergencies to meet the aesthetic customer service and toes while performing manicures, pedicures, beauty treatments for hands and feet and artificial nails, following the established protocol .

CR 5.1 Information on the general health conditions of the customer, is obtained through the implementation of specific questions that allow the prevention of possible adverse reactions during the processes of aesthetic care of hands and feet.

CR 5.2 Possible adverse reactions that may occur during the service are analyzed, to take the measures outlined in the protocol of the company.


CR 5.3 apply first aid following the protocols developed by the company and the instructions of the person responsible and, if required severity, emergency notice is given.

RP 6: Assess the quality of customer service aesthetic hands and feet, applying the standards established quality control to optimize the service, informing and advising the client on measures indicated for the maintenance of results obtained in compliance with installation regulations, technical resources and products and in case of deviations, proposing corrective measures to ensure customer satisfaction.

CR 6.1 The final result of aesthetic care of hands and feet is evaluated, observing and contrasting with customer expectations, to assess their level of satisfaction both of service and the treatment received and, if necessary, putting in up the appropriate corrective mechanisms.

CR 6.2 The effects of changes made in the image are valued customer, to ensure their satisfaction, highlighting the positive aspects and correcting those who do not meet the expectations of the service.

CR 6.3 The conditions for maintaining the results obtained, the client communicate, advising on the frequency of treatment, cosmetics and application guidelines indicated.
Professional context
:
Means of production
:

Furniture: manicure table, stools, pedicure chair, auxiliary carriage and cabinet. Devices disinfection and sterilization, footbaths, paraffin melter, sprays, infrared equipment, SAUNITA, rotary brushes, suckers, vibrators, teams alternating currents for the implementation of effluvia, around with different strawberries, catalytic lamp. Tools: containers, files of different thicknesses or weights, limes corns, orange stick or other, pliers, scissors, polishes, toe separator, containers, spatula, brushes artificial nails, metal spatula, among others. Disposables: cotton swabs, sponges, cellulose wipes, towels, gowns, gloves and masks, among others. Products: antiseptic soap, alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, chemical disinfectants, makeup removers nail, emollients, exfoliants, keratolytic, hardeners, whitening, moisturizing and nourishing creams, nail polish, cuticle oil, clay, wax, paraffin mud, dust and liquid acrylic first, gels, fiberglass, silk fiber, resin, fixatives, filler enamel, enamel inhibitor RV, acrylic enamels, ornaments, tips paper and plastic, among others. Containers for recyclable and polluting material. Kit. art products and computer media management programs control products and customers tab.

Products and results:

Selection, preparation and application of methods of hygiene and disinfecting tools, equipment, materials and cosmetics for the care of hands and feet. aesthetic analysis of the skin and nails of hands and feet. Rendered first aid.
Information used or generated
:

Anatomical models of the hands and feet. Sheets and slides of different pathologies and aesthetic alterations of the nails and skin of hands and feet. Technical information on cosmetics and appliances, first aid manual, literature. professional journals and multimedia audiovisual programs. Applicable regulations risk prevention and environmental protection. Law regarding the protection of personal data. Internal labor standards in relation to quality. Manuals on postural hygiene standards. Standards applicable spaces, facilities and equipment beauty centers. aesthetic history, technical information, treatment protocols, reporting to derive other professionals.

COMPETITION UNIT 2: APPLYING COSMETIC TECHNIQUES FOR CARING AND NAIL BEAUTIFY

Level: 2

Code: UC0357_2

Professional accomplishments and performance criteria:

RP 1: Assess the characteristics of the hands and / or feet customer to select aesthetic to care for and beautify nails techniques, taking into account their needs and demands, complying with the rules on protection of personal data applicable .

CR 1.1 The customer is accommodated in the ergonomic position indicated to observe the treatment area, assessing the state of the nails and skin of the hands and / or feet.
CR 1.2
nails and periungual area and toes are observed, to select the cosmetic treatment, ensuring that there is no evidence of pathologies which militate against application of aesthetic techniques.


CR 1.3 pathological changes are sent to medical treatment, performing a client referral report for your attention and improvement.

CR 1.4 Possible inestetismis nail or cuticle are recorded in the data sheet, for control and subsequent consultation.

CR 1.5 The shape of the nails is adapted to the characteristics of the customer's hands and nails to harmonize and / or improve the morphology of the hand, according to the study carried out and taking into account their demands and needs.

CR 1.6 Aesthetic care techniques for beautifying nails are selected based on customer survey results, their demands and needs.

CR 1.7 The interview with the client, develops incorporating questions to determine if you have diabetes or if you follow an anticoagulant drug therapy, among others, to take safety measures and hygiene in the application of techniques of cutting, filing and / or removal of corns.

CR 1.8 data analysis of hands and feet for tracking customer are reflected in the data sheet, scoring procedures and selected media, indicators for monitoring and evaluating the work and prevention measures to adopt in the case of diabetic customers.

RP 2: Select the material, the tools, appliances and cosmetics, preparing the work area for the application of aesthetic techniques to care for and beautify nails and toes, following the applicable safety regulations and hygiene .

CR 2.1 tools and accessories are disinfected and / or sterilized depending on the type of material from which they are made and their intended use, using the methods and techniques required for their preparation and meeting safety standards and hygiene applicable.

CR 2.2 Useful delicate (glass nail files, cuticle nippers and nail, etc.) are protected from possible blows and the action of chemical and environmental agents to keep them in hygienic conditions and conservation.
CR 2.3
useful and cosmetic hygiene products, decorative, maintenance, protection and treatment for fingernails and feet, are selected depending on the technique to perform, to meet customer needs and preferences.

CR 2.4 Cosmetic products are checked to determine that they are in good condition and that preserve the physico-chemical and organoleptic properties that allow its implementation.
CR 2.5
appliances manicure, pedicure and accessories are checked, ensuring that they are able to use, for if necessary, take corrective operations.

CR 2.6 technical protection measures and apply customer throughout the process to ensure health and safety in the application of selected techniques.

RP 3: Perform aesthetic techniques to care for and beautify nails, make-up removal of the nail plate of the hands and feet, for preparing and modifying its shape (cutting and filing nails) to suit morphology hand and / or foot, according to customer needs and fulfilling the conditions applicable health and safety.
CR 3.1
nails and skin of the hands and / or feet, disinfected with an antiseptic product, to ensure hygiene during processing.

CR 3.2 feet immersed in a bath with an antiseptic product, before starting treatment, using a footbath or a specific bucket, preparing for the following techniques.
CR 3.3
cosmetic makeup remover and useful for application are selected depending on the state of the nail (normal or fragile) and decorative cosmetic with.

CR 3.4 desmaquillado technique nail is performed to remove traces of lacquer remaining in the nail plate, following the procedure:

- The lacquer is removed with cotton sheet or impregnated supports drag and dissolution.

- The lacquer remaining in the periungual Fallback up remover using a specific useful enabling action.

- The make-up removal of the fingernails and toenails customer is done, avoiding stain or damage your own nails, to ensure their professional image.

CR 3.5 The length of the nails in the male manicure, short square by filing are left without protruding finger length, to suit the hand morphology and customer tastes.

CR 3.6 The technique of cutting and filing nails are made based on the morphological characteristics of the customer's hands, to suit your tastes and needs, following the procedure:


- Cut the fingernails is done using a specific sterile pliers, respecting its convex shape.

- Cutting the toenails it is done with the specific pliers, respecting the square to avoid possible disturbances such as ingrown toenails.

- The filing of nails is done with a file of the specified weight for thickness and hardness of the nail plate, adjusting the length and shape to the different types of hands.

- The free edge perpendicularly lime and performing unidirectional movement, to prevent the sheet opens in layers.

- The side edges of the nail Liman leaving two millimeters on each side to prevent breakage.

RP 4: Perform technical care and skin cuticle, improving the aesthetic appearance of hands and feet, according to the applicable regulations of environmental protection and health and safety for consumer protection.

CR 4.1 disintegrant cuticles product is applied to these, to facilitate their removal, following the instructions in the laboratory for exposure time and precautions.

CR 4.2 The cuticle is detached from the nail plate with the help of a specific sterile or disposable useful and does not damage the area to replicate it in the opposite direction to its birth, favoring their elimination.

CR 4.3 disintegrant cuticles product is removed by washing with soapy water, ensuring that there are no remains that could damage the area.

CR 4.4 The skins are cut or stepparent with caution to avoid cuts, using a sterile cuticle pliers and disinfecting the area with an antiseptic product indicated.

CR 4.5 The calluses and roughness of the skin are removed by abrasion, using products and / or abrasive or a keratolytic cosmetic accessories to exfoliate the skin softening thickened area.
CR 4.6
massage maneuvers on the nail plate, retreat periungual and hands, forearm and elbow, as well as the feet and ankles are made with skill, to promote the penetration of active ingredients and circulation of return, considering the time set in the treatment protocol.
CR 4.7
massage maneuvers apply adapting the practitioner's hands to the treatment area, respecting the order, direction, pace and intensity selected in order to adjust the technique to customer needs.

CR 4.8 apply first aid, following the procedure established by the company for the care of people in case of accident and requesting, where appropriate, the emergency.

RP 5: Perform polishing techniques polish or makeup, selecting the technique and color according to the morphology of the hands and / or feet to harmonize with clothes, makeup lips, facial blush and tastes the client's.

CR 5.1 The nail is polished to remove a discoloration of the nail plate or in male manicures, using the products, chamois or special files for this operation and indicated to the thickness of the nail plate.

CR 5.2 The base or stiffener sheet is applied on clean nails to protect them from the pigments and solvents containing glazes or nail varnish in uniform strokes and following the manufacturer's instructions.
CR 5.3
color nail polish is selected, taking into account the color of the lipstick and rouge, the color of clothing, to align it with the time they are going to look and tastes client.

CR 5.4 toenails putting on makeup toe separators, to facilitate implementation, ensuring the result.

CR 5.5 The free edge of the nail is applying specific techniques to make it completely white.

CR 5.6 The nail polish is applied to the beautification of the nail, using uniform and homogeneous thin brushstrokes, respecting the pause times between coats, correcting imbalances or aesthetic defects, and applying fast-drying products the required conditions.

CR 5.7 The degree of customer satisfaction is assessed through direct observation and short questions about the outcome of the service provided and, if not, is corrected to have approval.
CR 5.8
personal care and cosmetic products to nail maintenance, customer communicate, advising on its use, in order to extend the results of treatment performed.


RP 6: Perform nail art techniques and toes, with different styles like crescents, picks, French, or fancy, using paint and accessories to enhance the aesthetic appearance of hands and nails and maintaining the conditions health and safety.
CR 6.1
makeup nail sketches are prepared, using the styles, shapes, decorations, colors and decorations to suit every style of hand and / or foot, nail and the customer.

CR 6.2 Useful and special products for makeup styles are prepared, selecting them according to the characteristics of the hands and feet, nails and style of sketch chosen by the customer.

CR 6.3 Nail adapts to the shape of the fingernails and toenails, to harmonize with the time and situation in which they will look and style of the customer.
CR 6.4
makeup style crescent or beak is done, preparing the entire nail plate with a color (light or dark) by design, making up for this with a color that highlights the shape of the crescent or enamel and effecting a stroke defined in the chosen color.
CR 6.5
French manicure technique is performed, shaping the free edge with a white line or another color and making up the nail plate with another enamel to complete its harmony.
CR 6.6
fancy makeup nail, is performed according to previous design, to decorate the nail plate with drawings, baubles and ribbons, among others, and applying a lacquer to protect the fantasy drying effect, lengthening the result.

RP 7: Assess the quality of service provided aesthetic techniques to care for and beautify nails, applying quality control standards established to optimize service, meeting facilities regulations, technical resources and products and in case of deviations proposing corrective measures to ensure customer satisfaction.

CR 7.1 Communication protocols are applied to the customer's attention, obtaining the required information about their needs and demands, based on the quality parameters established.

CR 7.2 The quality of services is assessed by comparing the information obtained with the quality indicators established by the company to optimize the service.

CR 7.3 The degree of customer satisfaction with the service provided and the treatment received is evaluated through questionnaires, sample questions and direct observation, noting the possible impact on the data sheet.
Professional context
:
Means of production
:

Furniture manicure and pedicure: manicure table with lighting, ergonomic stools height adjustable ergonomic height adjustable stretcher, display cabinet. Appliances: footbath, SAUNITA, sterilizers (autoclave, dry heat, germicidal) around with different strawberries. Tools: containers, files of different sizes, hardnesses limes, orange stick or other materials, pliers, scissors, polishes, separator fingers, spatula, brushes of different sizes, punches. Disposable materials: cotton, gauze, cellulose wipes, towels, gowns, gloves and masks, among others. Furniture accessories: decals, stickers with different pictures fantasy and rounded edges and half-moons, peak or French manicure, stones, colored ribbons. And cosmetics: antiseptic soap, alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, chemical disinfectants, white pencil, nail removers, bases, emollients, keratolytic, hardeners, moisturizers, nutrients, nail polishes, adhesives, among others. Containers for recyclable and polluting material. Kit. art products and computer media management programs control products and customers tab.

Products and results:

Manicure, pedicure and nail art by aesthetic care and beautification of the hands and feet techniques.
Information used or generated
:

Technical information on cosmetics and appliances. Anatomy sheets. Manuals: first aid, different designs drawings fantasy literature. professional journals. Books of fantasy nail designs. audiovisual and multimedia programs. Applicable regulations risk prevention and environmental protection. Manuals on postural hygiene standards. Law regarding the protection of personal data. Internal labor standards in relation to quality. Applicable regulations of spaces, facilities and equipment establishments aesthetics. aesthetic history, technical data, reports for referrals to other professionals.

COMPETITION UNIT 3: DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT ARTIFICIAL NAILS


Level: 2

Code: UC0358_2

Professional accomplishments and performance criteria:

RP 1: Select the material, the tools, appliances and cosmetics, preparing the work area for the development and implementation of techniques of artificial nails, following the rules applicable safety and hygiene.

CR 1.1 tools and equipment are selected depending on the technique to be performed, using the procedures for cleaning, disinfection and / or sterilization, depending on the material from which they are made, checking that are able to use.

CR 1.2 The work area is organized with the furniture, tools, appliances and specific technique to make cosmetics, checking that they are able to use and proceeding, otherwise, its replacement and / or repair.

CR 1.3 Cosmetic products are selected according to the application techniques of artificial nails, checking to respond to the demands and characteristics of client's nails.

CR 1.4 Cosmetics for making artificial nails are checked, verifying that retain their physical and organoleptic properties, ordering them to facilitate their use.

CR 1.5 The single use disposable material is selected for client protection and depending on the technique to be applied.
CR 1.6
lighting and ventilation of the work area are checked, ensuring that are right for service development.

CR 1.7 The catalytic lamp, winch and strawberries are checked, checking its operation, applying the cleaning and disinfection procedures before each service.

RP 2: Accommodating the customer to select the processing techniques and application of artificial nails indicated in each case, observing the characteristics of the nails and in safety and hygiene.

CR 2.1 The customer is accommodated watching your postural hygiene and depending on the technique of artificial nails that will be undertaken.
CR 2.2
protective elements for the application of techniques of artificial nails are used for the prevention of associated risks and depending on the processing technique.

CR 2.3 The characteristics of the fingernails and / or feet are observed client to decide whether the application of the technique demanded it is possible, justifying the proposal if not.
CR 2.4
nails and periungual edge of the hands and / or feet, are observed, detecting possible alterations in color and / or consistency, to derive customer, if present some pathological alteration, medical treatment .

CR 2.5 The application of the technique of artificial nails, be postponed if no pathological changes are detected, proposing alternatives until they disappear.

CR 2.6 Data obtained on the state of the nails, needs and customer demands, the technique chosen and other information of interest, are reflected in the data sheet, for subsequent monitoring and consultation services, complying with the rules protection of personal data applicable.

RP 3: Select the sheets, artificial spikes or tips that fit the size and shape of each nail, to lengthen the nail plate and / or support the application of specific products of artificial nails, preparing them according to the technique.

CR 3.1 The length and curvature of the prosthesis are selected based on the study of the morphology of nails and hands, to suit customer needs.

3.2 CR sheets or tips and tips are selected according to their size, curvature, shape, color and materials that constitute, according to the technique selected artificial nails and nail characteristics of the client.

CR 3.3 The number corresponding to the size of the molds or selected tips is noted in the data sheet of the client, relating the corresponding to each finger on both hands and proceeded to order them for placement.
CR 3.4
molds or tips fit the width and length of the natural nail cutting and filing down the edges.
CR 3.5
molds or tips are placed using the specific adhesive and recommended by the manufacturer, applying only in the site selected from reaching the area of ​​cuticle or withdrawal periungual.

CR 3.6 Transparency is achieved by the tip on the tip bonding zone and nail plate, the specific product to lower the step and filing with the file of the weight required to make this not noticed.


CR 3.7 The enlargement technique tip as nail enamel or decoration to be finished by applying a base enamel and after the drying time, making up the nails with the technique and the selected product.

3.8 CR support tip as another technique matea, filing entire surface to facilitate gripping of the selected artificial nail product.

RP 4: Develop artificial nails adapted to the characteristics and customer demands on plastic tips or templates for an increase in the length of the natural nail, following the technical specifications provided by the manufacturer, in safety and hygiene and complying with the regulations on prevention of occupational and environmental risks applicable.

CR 4.1 The system for making artificial nails is chosen depending on the characteristics of the natural nail and the client, selecting appropriate materials and cosmetics.
CR 4.2
natural nail and cuticle are prepared disinfecting the surface of the sheet and the bottom the free edge, using cosmetics and specific prior techniques for artificial nail system chosen.

CR 4.3 The technique of making artificial nails on tips, is done by selecting the blades or points, depending on their size, curvature, shape, color and materials that constitute and best suited to the natural nail client following the procedure:

- Tips molds or stick to the nail plate, checking that are adapted and present no air bags to provide transparency to the tip.

- The tip is matea for greater adhesion of the product, eliminating brush or brush debris specific waste produced by the filing, ensuring that the nail or by the client nor the practitioner will not touch and applying the cosmetic degreaser part of the nail plate remains without tip.

- The specific product is applied with a brush, following the manufacturer's instructions for the number of layers and then using methods to increase the resistance of the prosthesis (UV lamps, LEDs, or cosmetics catalysts ).

- The brushes are kept clean and moisturized with specific products during the development of the art, to prevent spoilage.

- The artificial nail is filed once hardened, following the manufacturer's instructions and using files or polishing to smooth the entire surface, removing excess product.

- The makeup is performed with cosmetic with a protective UV lamp drying, to highlight the chosen technique, ending with the application of a cosmetic hydronutritive on the periungual to reduce the effect of products for artificial nails area.

CR 4.4 The technique of making artificial nails on mold is made by placing the template in alignment with the natural nail and under the free edge to fit without leaving air pockets, adapting to the curvature and shape of the nail, following the procedure:

- Specific products are mixed at the time of application, using a brush to deposit the mixture on the natural nail and the mold, where the nail is sculpted giving a natural way and respecting the curvature C, depending on the shape of the natural nail and each finger, avoiding the area around the periungual groove.

- The sculptured nail is polished to remove excess product and provide indicated, using the lathe and the different types of strawberry, selected depending on the thickness of the prosthesis and products that comprise it, or using limes and polishers of different thickness or weight.

- The artificial nail and periungual area are conditioned for makeup, removing the remains of filing for the result obtained is that of a natural nail makeup.

- The hidronutritivos cosmetics are applied in the periungual area to reduce the effect of the specific products of artificial nails.

CR 4.5 The service provided making artificial nails, it is assessed to ensure customer satisfaction, making direct observation type questions and proposing, in case of deviations, corrective measures to optimize the service provided and noting in the data sheet.

CR 4.6 Disposable materials to corresponding containers are removed for disposal according to their characteristics, respecting the rules on selective waste disposal and the environment.


RP 5: Perform makeup techniques of artificial nails manually or with an airbrush, using fancy designs to decorate nails of hands and feet, depending on the demands and needs of the customer.

CR 5.1 airbrush, products or decorative materials, cosmetics and useful for nail makeup, preparing, checking their state of conservation and use.

CR 5.2 The display of fancy nail designs, shown to the customer for his choice, informing about the different methods of delivery, and advising on the models listed their needs.

CR 5.3 The design fits the size of each nail, keeping symmetry between the two hands.
CR 5.4
decorative accessories, stick to the nail by special adhesives and with the help of tweezers, orange sticks or other tools, to place them accurately, complying with the applicable regulations on safety and hygiene.

CR 5.5 Fasteners products with brightness and fast drying are applied, according to its presentation (spray, hair spray, liquid, etc.) and following the manufacturer's instructions, to increase adherence and duration of fancy makeup.
CR 5.6
nourishing oil is applied to the cuticle and periungual edge to repair the skin, countering the aggressive effect of the chemical.

CR 5.7 The degree of customer satisfaction is evaluated with respect to the service, making direct observation type questions and proposing, if deviation, the corrective measures to optimize the services provided; for the record in the data sheet.

RP 6: Perform procedures makeup and decoration of artificial nails, using encapsulation techniques and three-dimensionality with different designs, to harmonize with makeup and style of the customer, according to previous sketch, meet the standards of personal risk prevention and environmental applicable.
CR 6.1
useful and special products for application of decorative techniques are selected to prepare them neatly in the workplace, according to the sketch design and characteristics of the hands, nails, style and customer tastes.

CR 6.2 The display of fancy nail designs are displayed for customer choice, informing about the different methods of decoration and maintenance.

CR 6.3 The chosen design fits the size of each nail, making small modifications and keeping symmetry between the two hands.

CR 6.4 encapsulation technique is performed sculpting and integrating the artificial nail decoration, depending on the chosen sketch style client and following the procedure:

- The decorative accessory is selected, choosing from glitter, dried flowers, bright, glitter, among others; depending on customer demand.

- The mold or tip is selected according to the form of nails (oval, square, stiletto, etc.) and customer style.

- The accessories are placed between one layer and another sculptor to finish product and applying a sealant with drying UV lamp, LEDs or other.

6.5 CR dimensional makeup is performed for decorating an artificial nail and sculpted, the technique of selecting flowers, animals, among others, chosen depending on the sketch style and client and informing the fragility of this work.

CR 6.6 service results are evaluated to ensure customer satisfaction and in the case of deviations proposing corrective measures to optimize the service.

RP 7: Perform maintenance and restoration of artificial nails to prolong its life while maintaining product quality, according to the protocol established by the technique used and health and safety conditions.

CR 7.1 The customer is accommodated in the anatomical position indicated depending on the treatment area.
7.2 CR
material is prepared by selecting and useful products of the technique applied in the first embodiment.

CR 7.3 desmaquillan nails, using a nail wipes without acetone and cellulose, so that does not damage the artificial nail.
CR 7.4
aesthetic appearance of the nail is evaluated to decide the maintenance protocol to follow, ensuring that no pathological or non-pathological alterations in the nail plate and the periungual edge.

CR 7.5 Technical maintenance is carried out to fill / seal the growth zone of the nail and repair the part that is detached, following the established procedure:


- The remains of product are detached from the nail plate are removed using the tools required for each technique, leaving only the part that is attached to the nail plate.

- The visible part of nail is prepared following the same protocol as that chosen in the previous work session.

- Filling technique is applied with the same product used in the previous session, leaving the homogeneous and the same chosen shape nail.

- The disproportions as to the form or color of the product changes are eliminated, the artificial nail polishing with emery or using the specific weight around with different strawberries.

- The hidronutritivos cosmetics are applied in the periungual area reducing the effect of products for artificial nails.

CR 7.6 degree of customer satisfaction is evaluated with respect to service performed and in the case of deviations, proposing corrective measures to optimize the outcome; for the record in the data sheet.

RP 8: Identify changes in nails and periungual area, caused by sensitivity or allergy to the product of artificial nails used, selecting the technique suitable for decommissioning, in safety and hygiene.

CR 8.1 The customer is accommodated in the ergonomic position indicated depending on the area being treated.

CR 8.2 Alterations or allergies involving a relative or absolute contraindications are identified, to adapt the protocol of withdrawal or removal of artificial nails, collecting all the data in the data sheet, proceeding as appropriate:

- The product of artificial nails removed using the lathe if alterations affect the periungual fold (swelling and / or rash) without touching the area.

- The product is removed using artificial nail remover liquid indicated when the alteration affects the nail plate (feeling of detachment of the nail or fungi, among others).

CR 8.3 hidronutritivos cosmetics are applied in the periungual area reducing the alteration produced by artificial nails and if permitted alteration.
CR 8.4
care to follow the client communicate to the recovery of the damaged area, derivándole if necessary, medical treatment or other specialist.
Professional context
:
Means of production
:

Furniture manicure and pedicure: manicure table with lighting and ventilation systems, ergonomic stools height adjustable ergonomic height adjustable stretcher, display cabinet. Tools: files of different thicknesses or weights, orange stick or other materials, pliers nail and cuticle, -tips- cutters, scissors, polishes, separator fingers, brushes dispensers for mixing products, containers, metal spatula . Disposables: towels, robe, cotton, gauze, molds or media base, among others. Cosmetic products: liquid disinfectant, up removers nail, emollient, cuticle oil, powder and acrylic liquid, first, gels, hairspray, colored nail, nail fill glaze, enamel inhibitor KUB, acrylic enamels, ornaments, tips and paper plastic, among others. Devices around with different strawberries, catalyzing UVA lamp, LED, among others, autoclave sterilizers, dry heat, germicida- airbrush, among others. Containers for recyclable and polluting material. Kit. art products and computer media management programs control products and customers tab.

Products and results:

Artificial nails developed and made up with different techniques. Maintenance and artificial nails.
Information used or generated
:

Technical information on cosmetic and technical information on specific devices, specialized literature, first aid manual, fantasy nail albums. audiovisual and multimedia programs. Applicable regulations risk prevention and environmental protection. Applicable regulations of spaces, facilities and equipment establishments aesthetics. Manuals on postural hygiene standards. Law regarding the protection of personal data. Internal labor standards in relation to quality. customer technical reports for referrals to other professionals, sketches Nail tab.

COMPETITION UNIT 4: AESTHETIC TREATMENTS MAKE hands and feet

Level: 2

Code: UC0359_2

Professional accomplishments and performance criteria:


RP 1: Select specific to perform cosmetic treatments of hands and feet, customizing them based on the analysis of the area and established protocol, respecting the needs and preferences techniques.

CR 1.1 features, the condition of the skin and nails of the hands or feet are observed to determine the treatment to be performed, referring the client to medical treatment in the case of diseases or aesthetic anomalies.

CR 1.2 The customer selected cosmetic treatment communicating, informing about the frequency of sessions and periodicity should be repeated to obtain the intended effect.

CR 1.3 The technical specifications of the customer is completed to update all the data collected during the interview and observation of the treatment area, complying with the rules applicable to personal data protection.

CR 1.4 standard treatment protocols are completed, updating procedures and techniques for different changes of hands and feet: hydration, nutrition, anti-aging, skin blemishes, circulatory disorders, relaxation.
CR 1.5
status information nails, hands and feet is complemented by photographic material, attaching it to the customer card.

RP 2: Select the material, the tools, appliances and cosmetics, preparing the work area for performing cosmetic treatments hands and feet, following the rules applicable safety and hygiene.
CR 2.1
useful are selected for the implementation of customized aesthetic treatment, applying the measures for cleaning, disinfection and sterilization indicated, depending on the type of material and the use for which they are intended.

CR 2.2 The material is checked, ensuring that is sterilized and ready for use, presenting it in clear plastic bags.

CR 2.3 Cosmetic treatment are selected according to the established protocol, checking that retain their properties and are able to use.

CR 2.4 The materials are selected depending on the selected treatment, sorting them according to specific treatments applied.
CR 2.5
personal protection measures and apply customer throughout the process, ensuring health and safety in the application of selected techniques.

RP 3: Perform electroestéticas techniques to customize aesthetic treatments hands and feet, deftly managing different teams, attending to the manufacturer's instructions and in compliance with health and safety regulations in the applicable work.

CR 3.1 accessories are selected according to the treatment, applying hygiene and disinfection measures appropriate to the type of material and the use for which they are intended.

CR 3.2 electrotherapy devices are selected, checking the operation and conditions of use, to respond to the effects according to established treatment.

CR 3.3 The customer is accommodated, according to guidance given and getting help if needed, in the position indicated to the requirements of electrotherapy technique to apply.

CR 3.4 device parameters are programmed according to the protocol established, the manufacturer and customer perception, applying safety standards throughout the process.
CR 3.5
Sensations perceive the application of different electroestéticas techniques, customer knowledge to communicate, promoting their collaboration during the process.
CR 3.6
personal protection measures professional and client are implemented to ensure health and safety in the application of selected techniques.

CR 3.7 The devices are used according to the technical requirements of the process, the professional criteria, the manufacturer and customer perception to customize each treatment.

RP 4: Perform massage techniques for beauty treatments hands and feet, respecting the anatomical and physiological characteristics of these areas, relaxing the tissues and improving the appearance of the skin.

CR 4.1 The customer is accommodated in the anatomical position for performing massage hands, forearm and elbow or the feet and ankles, following ergonomic guidelines established by the standard protocol.
CR 4.2
cosmetics for massage handled in safety and hygiene, using spatulas or other means indicated.
CR 4.3
demonstrations and maneuvers specific aesthetic massage for hands, forearm and elbow or foot and ankle are selected individually adapted treatment.

CR 4.4
massage maneuvers areas hands, forearm and elbow and toes and ankles are made taking into account the time set by the treatment protocol.
CR 4.5
maneuvers aesthetic massage massage and pressure are applied to achieve the desired effects, respecting the order, direction, pace and intensity as required.

RP 5: Perform aesthetic treatments hands and feet (hydration, anti-aging, circulatory, etc.) for the care and beautification of the skin, on the basis of the analysis and customer demands, complying with safety regulations and hygiene applicable.

CR 5.1 The customer is accommodated in the anatomical position required for carrying out the aesthetic treatment, applying protection measures indicated.

5.2 CR aesthetic treatment protocol is selected according to the needs and customer demands.

CR 5.3 Specific cosmetic treatment is applied based on the aesthetic problem and following the manufacturer's instructions.

CR 5.4 Maneuvers of massage on hands or feet are made with the pressure and the stated pace and following the established order.

CR 5.5 device parameters are calculated depending on the sensitivity of the area, the method of application and achieve desired effects.

CR 5.6 Cosmetic products are applied with the tools required, following the manufacturer's specifications and checking that there are no remains after completion of the process.
CR 5.7
treatments hydration, nutrition, stains and skin aging, and of circulatory disturbances of the hands and feet, are applied following the established protocol and respecting the sensitivity and customer tastes.

RP 6: Assess the quality of service of beauty treatments and toes, applying the standards established quality control to optimize service, making monitoring protocols and customer satisfaction, compliance with regulations on facilities, means technical and products and in case of deviations, proposing corrective measures to ensure customer satisfaction.
CR 6.1
monitoring techniques and quality control customers, are developed for the assessment of treatment outcomes, establishing areas for improvement and allow offering new services.

CR 6.2 The customer monitoring protocol for the evaluation of the service, is developed through questionnaires developed for this purpose and / or management programs and business customers and / or telephone surveys results.

CR 6.3 The data obtained are analyzed to improve the company and customer loyalty, fulfilling the law regarding the protection of personal data.

CR 6.4 The frequency of treatment sessions indicated, are determined by observing results obtained, to pick them up in the technical specifications of the client and documenting them through photography.

CR 6.5 The importance of personal use of special cosmetics and nail hands and feet to enhance the effects of treatment, the client communicates, advising on the application method and frequency of use among others.
CR 6.6
promotions and new treatments are developed using marketing techniques, in order to motivate customers and attract new ones.

CR 6.7 The deviations in the service are detected for correction, analyzing the results obtained with respect to the schedule.
Professional context
:
Means of production
:

Furniture manicures and pedicures. Specific products for cleaning and disinfection of equipment and tools. Towels, bathrobe, containers, bucket feet, sauna hand and foot bags, mitts, smelters, gloves and mask, among others. cosmetics: nail removers, exfoliating, cleansing emulsion, tonic, moisturizers, emollients, masks, paraffin, clays, muds. Disposable materials: cotton, sponges, cellulose wipes, gauze, osmotic paper, among others. Tools: spatulas, tweezers, scissors, brushes, among others. Appliances and equipment disinfection and sterilization (germicide, ultrasound and autoclave), teams alternating currents, high frequency, ultrasonic peeling, infrared radiation, vibrators, brushes, suction cups, vapors, sprays or showers, among others. Containers for recyclable and polluting material. Kit. art products and computer media management programs control products and customers tab.

Products and results:


Personalized cosmetic treatment of hands and feet, using manual and electroestéticas techniques. Improved skin condition of hands and feet through specific aesthetic treatments of exfoliation, hydration, nutrition, skin, circulatory and relaxing anti-aging.
Information used or generated
:

Sheets or manual slides: anatomy, cosmetology, massage, standard treatment protocols, technical information on cosmetics and appliances, audiovisual and multimedia programs. literature. professional journals. First AIDS manual. Applicable regulations risk prevention and environmental protection. Manuals on postural hygiene standards. Law regarding the protection of personal data. Internal labor standards in relation to quality. Applicable regulations space facilities and equipment establishments aesthetics. History aesthetic, technical specifications of the client, reporting to derive clients to other professionals.

Training Module 1: SAFETY AND HEALTH CARE Aesthetic HANDS AND FEET

Level: 2

Code: MF0356_2

Associate UC: Address the customer service of aesthetic hands and feet in safety, hygiene and health

Duration: 60 hours

Skills and evaluation criteria:

C1: To analyze the anatomical and physiological characteristics of the skin and its annexes, to select the service aesthetic hands and feet depending on the needs and demands of the model, hygiene and safety.

CE1.1 Describe the structure of skin and its annexes relating it to the functions they perform.
Sort CE1.2
skin types to apply the techniques of aesthetic treatments indicated.

CE1.3 identify skin changes that influence the realization of beauty care techniques of hands and feet.

CE1.4 Identify the nail and periungual tissues that influence techniques manicure and pedicure alterations.

CE1.5 assess the morphology and characteristics of the hands and feet of the model, determining the technique that fits your needs.

CE1.6 Develop protocols cosmetic treatment of hands and feet as aesthetic alterations.

C2: analyze the methods of cleaning, disinfection and sterilization facilities and technical means used in aesthetic techniques to meet the aesthetic customer service and toes, relating to the security and personal hygiene.

CE2.1 Indicate the technical and material suitable for making techniques manicure and pedicure, beauty treatments and toes and processing requirements artificial nails.

CE2.2 Exposing the effects, indications and contraindications, tooling and equipment used in manicure and pedicure techniques in cosmetic treatments hands and feet and artificial nails.

CE2.3 indicate guidelines for the use, maintenance and upkeep of the equipment used in the beauty care of hands and feet.

C3: Apply techniques selection and preparation of materials, supplies, equipment and accessories, to meet the aesthetic customer service and toes, following established conditions and health and safety protocols.

CE3.1 Describe the security measures to be applied in the techniques of manicure and pedicure as cutting or filing and that may be the cause of the transmission of infectious diseases of high health risks such as HIV or hepatitis C.

CE3.2 Describe the methods of cleaning, disinfection or sterilization for treating facilities and technical means, taking into account their physical characteristics, use and type of most common contaminants.

CE3.3 Specify how you should do the cleaning, disinfection and sterilization of the tools and equipment with regard to methods, times and select items.
Determine CE3.4
useful to be sterilized and disinfected or methods required for each.

CE3.5 Discard single-use material in conditions of safety and respect for the environment.

C4: To analyze the characteristics and mechanisms of action of cosmetics used to serve the customer service of aesthetic hands and feet, in the techniques of manicure and pedicure, beauty treatments and toes and artificial nails, classifying them according to their function .

CE4.1 Describe the composition of cosmetic employees, explaining the function of its components.

CE4.2 Relate the effects of cosmetics used in manicures and pedicures with its mechanism of action.


CE4.3 Explain the composition, effects, indications and contraindications, cosmetics for artificial nails.

CE4.4 Explain the criteria for selecting cosmetics to use depending on their composition and action, adapting to the requirements of the technique to follow, as well as to skin characteristics and conditions of the model.

CE4.5 express the physical and chemical handling cosmetics and products that require, in safety and hygiene operations.

CE4.6 indicate environmental factors that influence or can alter the composition of cosmetics, specifying guidelines proper handling and storage.

C5: Develop standardized customer service aesthetic hands and feet, according to personalizing their needs and demands protocols.
Apply techniques CE5.1
analysis of the characteristics of the skin, nails and periungual area, noting any possible changes.

CE5.2 determine the technique manicure, pedicure, treatment and / or artificial nails that adapts to customer needs and, where applicable, to detect possible contraindications.

CE5.3 standard design aesthetic customer service and toes protocols depending on the service, indicating the techniques used, means and equipment, products and execution time.

CE5.4 Develop custom protocols cosmetic treatment of hands and feet depending on the detected aesthetic alterations.

Ce5.5 advise the model of care and precautions to be followed before and after the techniques of manicures, pedicures, hand and foot treatment and artificial nails, optimizing the results.

CE5.6 design and aesthetic history sheet monitoring and evaluation of treatments depending on the protocols that will be used and complying with the rules on protection of personal data.

C6: Apply prevention techniques and first aid to simulations of possible emergencies to meet the aesthetic customer service and toes.

CE6.1 Describe personal protective measures to ensure the prevention of health risks in the processes of aesthetic care of hands and feet.

CE6.2 Ask specific questions to identify health model, preventing possible adverse reactions during the processes of aesthetic care of hands and feet.
Stating CE6.3
adverse reactions that may occur during the provision of service aesthetic hands and feet, indicating the measures to be taken.

CE6.4 In a case study of risk prevention and protection model:

- Explain first aid measures to be applied in case of accidents by use of helpful that may cause cuts or abrasions as pliers, scissors, limes and strawberries.

C7: Apply techniques for assessing the parameters that determine the quality of customer service aesthetic hands and feet, asking questions to identify the degree of customer satisfaction and ensuring the quality of the service.

CE7.1 Identify the aspects to be evaluated in the application of hygiene techniques, manicures and pedicures, skin treatment and toes and artificial nails, determining the quality of service and satisfaction the clients.

CE7.2 detect any deviations analyzing the results obtained with respect to expected.

CE7.3 List the causes of technical or customer service staff that can lead to poor service.

CE7.4 propose measures to correct the deficiencies and optimize the results in the service.

CE7.5 Describe the rules of risk prevention and environmental protection to be applied in the processes of beautification of the hands and feet.

Capabilities whose acquisition should be completed in a real working environment:

C1 respect to CE1.3, CE1.4, CE1.6 CE1.5 and; C4 respect CE4.5; C5 respect to CE5.1, CE5.4 and ce5.5; C6 respect to CE6.4.
Other capabilities
:

Demonstrate a good professional.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Alternatives to improve results propose.

Treat the customer with courtesy, respect and discretion.

Demonstrate care and concern for successfully meeting the needs of customers.

Acting quickly in problem situations and emergency call.

Contents:


1. Human anatomy and physiology in relation to the aesthetic care of hands and feet

Basic anatomy and physiology of the systems of the human body. Anatomy of the hand and foot.

Skin: structure and functions. Characteristics of the skin of hands and feet.

Nails: structure, composition, functions and properties.

The glands: structure, functions and alterations.

Basic lesions of the skin.

Disorders sweating, lipidation, skin pigmentation and keratinization impact on manicure and pedicure techniques.

Nail disorders and periungual tissues impact on manicure and pedicure techniques.

Irritative and allergic reactions.

Infectious Diseases of possible transmission by practicing manicure and pedicure: hepatitis C and HIV.

Diseases that require the application of special measures in practice manicure and pedicure: diabetes.

Healthy lifestyles. Importance of food and aesthetic impact on the skin and its annexes.

2. Cosmetics and appliances used in manicure and pedicure techniques

Cosmetics: definition, general composition and classification.

Cosmetics hygiene and maintenance techniques used in manicures and pedicures. decorative cosmetics used in makeup nail.

Cosmetics for the manufacture and application of artificial nails.

Storage of cosmetics.

Cosmetics for specific treatments hands and feet moisturizing, nourishing, protective solar radiation, invisible gloves (as protection from possible transmission), regenerators, keratolytic, vasotónicos, exfoliants, emollients, antiaging.

Adverse reactions caused by cosmetics.

Aparatología techniques used in manicure, pedicure and beauty treatments and toes equipment high frequency currents to the application of effluvia, suckers, vibrators, brushes, infrared radiation, showers and sprays, ultrasonic peeling, among others. Rules of use, indications and contraindications effects.

3. Security, health, first aid and quality in relation to the aesthetic care of hands and feet

Hygiene, disinfection and sterilization.

Types of pollutants in -installations beauty salon, equipment, supplies and material. contaminating microorganisms in a cosmetic service.

Possible routes of transmission and contagion.

Specific preventive measures.

Body's defense systems against infections.

Methods for cleaning, disinfection and sterilization applied to the tools and materials used in beauty care techniques of hands and feet.

Safety and hygiene in the handling of equipment and products used in beauty care techniques of hands and feet.

Customer protection measures and professional for the prevention of health risks. Ergonomics implemented processes beauty care of hands and feet.

First aid applicable to accidents in some beauty salons.

Standards applicable spaces, facilities and equipment beauty centers.

Quality concept.

Evaluation and quality control services in aesthetic care of hands and feet.

Parameters that define the quality of service in a beauty salon.

Techniques for measuring the degree of customer satisfaction.

Using communication techniques in selling products and services of aesthetic care of hands and feet.

Use of specific applications and social networks as an element of promotion and advertising.

Parameters context of training:

Spaces and facilities:

The spaces and facilities will answer in the form of classroom, classroom-workshop, practices, or unique space laboratory, the training needs in accordance with established professional context Competence Associated Unit, taking into account applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.

Professional trainer or trainer profile:

1. Mastery of knowledge and techniques related to customer service aesthetic hands and feet in safety, hygiene and health, which is evidenced by one of the following two ways:

- Academic Training Level 1 (Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education) or other top-level related to the professional field.


- Professional experience of at least 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. pedagogical competence accredited in accordance with established by the competent authorities.

TRAINING MODULE 2: TECHNICAL AESTHETIC CARE AND NAIL ENHANCEMENT

Level: 2

Code: MF0357_2

Associate UC: Apply aesthetic techniques to care for and beautify nails

Hours: 120

Skills and evaluation criteria:

C1: Apply technical analysis and morphological study of the characteristics of the hands and feet, identifying alterations present, selecting aesthetic techniques to care for and beautify nails.

CE1.1 Observe the morphology and characteristics of the hands and feet of the model, identifying their needs to determine the technique to suit their demands.

CE1.2 Explain the pathological changes of the nails that are not aesthetic treatment and require medical treatment, referral preparing a report.

CE1.3 Relate morphological hands and nails to select the shape and length of the nail plate, providing a more aesthetic appearance characteristics.
Ask questions
CE1.4 type to detect the demands of the model, using the communication protocol established.

CE1.5 In a practical course of diagnosis of the skin and nails of the hands and feet:

- Receive the model, acomodándole in the ergonomic position required for the analysis of nails and hands and feet.

- Identify possible pathological changes, leading to doctor or other specialist treatment and performing a preliminary report.

- Identify non-pathological alterations, advising on the aesthetic model to perform as long as there care.

- Develop sheet collecting the data, asking questions that reveal their needs and demands.

- Communicate to model the proposal of the technique chosen, reporting on the diagnosis made and technical requirements.

C2: Apply techniques of selection and preparation of the material, the tools, appliances and cosmetics for the application of aesthetic techniques to care for and beautify nails, following established conditions and health and safety protocols.

CE2.1 Describe the image to present the professional, indicating aspects such as hair, clothing, accessories and personal hygiene.

CE2.2 Describe the ergonomic position of the model and professional techniques for manicure and pedicure, indicating the needs of furniture and space organization.
Indicate CE2.3
guidelines for cleaning, disinfection and sterilization to be followed for the preparation of: furniture, specific lingerie, auxiliaries, supplies, materials and equipment products, depending on their composition and purpose to which they are intended.

CE2.4 In a practical course of preparation and accommodation model:

- Prepare the workspace lighting and ventilation adapting the technique to perform.

- Check that the devices and cosmetics are able to use, cleaning and security.

- Prepare the equipment and tools depending on the selected technique, applying methods of cleaning, disinfection and sterilization depending on the type of material and composition.

- Prepare the model under the conditions of hygiene and safety for performing techniques manicures and pedicures.

C3: Apply aesthetic techniques to care for and beautify nails and toes, making up removal, cutting and filing the nail plate, selecting tools and cosmetics, the order marked on the working procedure and in safety and hygiene.

CE3.1 Explain the phases of procedures manicure and pedicure, indicating the technical operations performed in each of them.

CE3.2 deftly Apply cosmetics, tools and materials of the techniques performed in manicure and beauty care of toenails.

CE3.3 Perform desmaquillado of the nail and periungual area, selecting the materials and tools required and protecting professional nail guaranteeing their personal image.

CE3.4 In a practical course cutting nails done on model:

- Cut the fingernails respecting its convex shape, using a sterile pliers.

- Cut toenails respecting the square to avoid possible disturbances such as ingrown toenail.

CE3.5 In a practical course of filing nails done on model:


- Adjust the length and shape to the type of hand, the characteristics of the nails and the demands of the model.

- Change the length and shape of the nail, filing the free edge of the sheet in its various forms, taking care that is uniform and not open in layers.

C4: Apply aesthetic techniques cuticle care and removal of corns, selecting tools and cosmetics indicated in the order marked on the working procedures and health and safety conditions.
Remove CE4.1
corns and skin roughness by using keratolytic products and / or abrasive accessories.

CE4.2 In a case of cosmetic treatment of the cuticle performed on model:

- Apply heat, products or other emollients to soften the cuticle without damaging the sheet or the periungual withdrawal.

- Apply cuticle remover products on the area taking into account the exposure time and precautions specified by the manufacturer.

- Peel off the cuticle of the nail plate, with the help of a special tool that does not damage the area and replicate it carefully in the opposite sense to birth.

- Remove the product cuticles remover, gently washing with soapy water to remove all traces.

- Cut hangnails with a sterile cuticle pliers, then disinfect the area with an antiseptic product indicated.

CE4.3 In a practical course of manicure and / or pedicure:

- Select the products and tools required, preparing and conditioning them for use.

- Make up removal techniques, cutting, filing and conditioning cuticles, adapting to the characteristics of the nails and the service requested by the model.

- Perform massage maneuvers, specific nail and periungual withdrawal, respecting, intensity and rhythm specific application.

- Remove excess cosmetic nail plate preparing for makeup.

C5: Apply polishing techniques and aesthetic nail makeup depending on the morphology of nails and hands and feet, selecting the color according to the tastes of the model.

CE5.1 Apply cleaning techniques blade and periungual retreat before polishing or makeup.

CE5.2 Apply nail polishing techniques using specific tools and products: cosmetics, chamois or limes, respecting the characteristics of nail plate.

CE5.3 Explain the selection criteria enamel color, relating them to the wishes of the model, the color of clothes and facial blush and lipstick.

CE5.4 In a practical course of makeup nail on model:

- Select decorative cosmetics depending on the tastes of the chosen model and design.

- Remove the remains of cosmetics or other materials of the nail plate, keeping the area clean and dry.

- Apply the protective base of the nail plate, leveling the surface of the nail.

- Apply lacquer or decorative enamel on the nails using the specific technique three strokes, starting from the center and giving two layers to achieve a uniform result.

Ce5.5 Apply quick-drying products and indications describing the precautions and instructions given laboratory.
Ask questions such
CE5.6 to identify the degree of satisfaction model, both the result of service and personal care.

Quote CE5.7 causes and technical care model that can be cause for dissatisfaction it.

C6: Apply aesthetic decoration techniques nails and toes (French, moons, airbrush, etc.) making fancy designs with paint and accessories, in safety and hygiene.

CE6.1 design sketches makeup nail, using styles, shapes, decorations, colors and decorations to suit every style of hand and / or foot, nail and like pattern.

CE6.2 Select the tools and special products for makeup styles of decoration according to the characteristics of the hands and feet, nails and style of sketch chosen by the model.

CE6.3 Adapt decorating technique to the shape of the fingernails and toenails, to harmonize with the time and situation in which they will look and style of the model.

CE6.4 In a practical course for style makeup crescent or beak:

- Prepare the nail plate with a color (light or dark) by design.

- Making up for this with a color that highlights the shape of the crescent or the enamel and making a stroke defined in the chosen color.


CE6.5 In a practical course of makeup application technique using nails French manicure:

- Sharpen the free edge with a white line or other color chosen by design.

- Making up the nail plate with a specific enamel to complete its harmony.

CE6.6 In a practical course fantasy makeup nails:

- Show the notebook model fantasy nail designs for your selection.

- Select products and accessories depending on the design chosen.

- Decorate the nail plate with drawings, baubles and ribbons, among others, and applying a lacquer to protect the fantasy drying effect, lengthening the result.

CE6.7 In a practical course of nail airbrush makeup:

- Prepare the airbrush, useful and decorative cosmetics on the worktable, according to the order they are to be applied.

- Place the template protection around the nail, adapting on the periungual edge.

- Apply a translucent base color as the background and / or protection of the nail.

- Place the template design, adapted to the size of each nail.

- Select the specific paint for decorating airbrush, applying the product on the area of ​​design.

- Place the decorative elements (rhinestones, ribbons, bright, etc.) selected by the model.

- Remove the protections when the drying time has elapsed.

- Apply a transparent enamel design protection, ending the service.

C7: Apply techniques for assessing the parameters that determine the quality of service of aesthetic techniques to care for and beautify the fingernails and feet, asking questions to identify the degree of customer satisfaction and ensuring quality the service.

CE7.1 Describe the aspects that should be considered for quality control during application of techniques manicures and pedicures.

CE7.2 detect and analyze deviations that may occur in providing aesthetic services and toes, produced the results obtained with respect to the expected.

CE7.3 Develop a list of causes of technical or customer service staff that can lead to poor service.

CE7.4 Describe the process of providing the service by associating the deviations detected with the phases in which they were produced.

Cite CE7.5 measures to correct the deficiencies, optimizing the results in the service.

CE7.6 Describe the rules of risk prevention and environmental protection to be applied in the processes of beautification of the hands and feet.

Capabilities whose acquisition should be completed in a real working environment:

C1 respect to CE1.3, CE1.5 CE1.4 and; C2 respect to CE2.4; C3 respect to CE3.2, CE3.3, CE3.5 CE3.4 and; Full C4; C5 respect to CE5.1, CE5.2, CE5.4, CE5.6 and ce5.5; Full C6.
Other capabilities
:

Demonstrate a good professional.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Alternatives to improve results propose.

Treat the customer with courtesy, respect and discretion.

Demonstrate care and concern for successfully meeting the needs of customers.

Acting quickly in difficult situations and not just wait.

Contents:

1. Study aesthetic nails and hands and feet care and beautification of nails

Morphology, function and anatomy of the hands and feet.

Structure of the nail and skin.

Bones and muscles of the hand and forearm.

Bones and muscles of the foot and leg.

Vascularization and innervation.

Pathological and non-pathological nail disorders.

Congenital abnormalities, consistency and color of the nails.

Observation and analysis of the nails and skin of hands and feet.

2. Useful and cosmetics used for the care and beautification of nails

The professional team: furniture, tools, cosmetics, materials, linens and appliances.

Technical cleaning, disinfection and sterilization space, supplies, accessories and equipment.

Management, implementation and maintenance of tools and equipment.

Handling, application, storage and maintenance of cosmetics.

Application and maintenance materials. Selection criteria.

3. Organization and quality control in the provision of care and beautification of nails

Wear and professional protection measures.


Personal protective measures customer.
Accommodation
customer.
Preparation
workplace. Preparing your computer.

Evaluation of the degree of customer satisfaction.

Form to assess the quality of services in manicures and pedicures.

Key communication points.
Regulations
risk prevention and environmental protection.

Waste management.

4. Manicure and pedicure process

Desmaquillado Technique Nail foil and fold periungual.

Techniques arrangement and shaping of nails: nail trimming and toes; filing nails; conditioning and removing cuticles; care of the nail plate.

Removal techniques hardnesses.

Massage Maneuvers: sequencing, effects, indications and contraindications.

Technique nail polish and makeup.

Nail airbrush makeup.

Nail decoration.

Parameters context of training:

Spaces and facilities:

The spaces and facilities will answer in the form of classroom, classroom-workshop, practices, or unique space laboratory, the training needs in accordance with established professional context Competence Associated Unit, taking into account applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.

Professional trainer or trainer profile:

1. Mastery of knowledge and techniques related to the application of aesthetic techniques to care for and beautify the nails, which is evidenced by one of the following two ways:

- Academic Training Level 1 (Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education) or other top-level related to the professional field.

- Professional experience of at least 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. pedagogical competence accredited in accordance with established by the competent authorities.

Training Module 3: ARTIFICIAL NAILS

Level: 2

Code: MF0358_2

Associate UC: Develop and apply artificial nails

Duration: 150 hours

Skills and evaluation criteria:

C1: Apply techniques of selection and preparation of the material, the tools, equipment and cosmetic products for the development and implementation of techniques of artificial nails, following established protocols and in safety and hygiene.

CE1.1 Describe the environmental conditions of ventilation and lighting set for workplaces for the application of artificial nails.

CE1.2 Explain the precautions to be observed in the management, implementation and maintenance, cosmetics products used in the various techniques of artificial nails.

CE1.3 Explain the safety, hygiene, disinfection and sterilization regarding the use of equipment and tools for the application of artificial nails.

CE1.4 Describe the equipment used in the techniques of artificial nails, indicating the guidelines for use and conservation.

CE1.5 In a practical course of preparation of cosmetics for making artificial nails:

- Select cosmetic products based on the application techniques of artificial nails and nail characteristics model.

- Check cosmetics retain their physical and organoleptic properties, ordering them for ease of use, depending on the selected technique.

CE1.6 Test the winch and the catalytic lamp, preparing them before each service.

C2: Determine the processing techniques and application of artificial nails, according to the demands of the model and observation of the characteristics of the hands and nails, applying techniques of care and protection model.

CE2.1 Describe nail disorders that may contraindicate the use of artificial nails.

CE2.2 Relate the morphological characteristics of the hands and nails model with the type of artificial nails and nail most appropriate makeup.

CE2.3 Check that there are no pathological changes, making the report specialist referral in the case of observing pathology.
Ask questions such
CE2.4 serve us to detect the demands of the model and develop the data sheet.

CE2.5 In a practical case of accommodation of the model and preparation of materials and products for application of artificial nails:


- Perform accommodation model in the required ergonomic position and take personal protection measures and model, ensuring quality of service.

- Check that no contraindications exist in the model which militate against application of the technique selected artificial nails.

- Select and prepare the products and useful depending on the selected technique.

- Check equipment and accessories and meet safety conditions for its implementation.

- Make up removal techniques polish.

CE2.6 Explain the advantages and disadvantages of various methods of artificial nails as well as aftercare.

C3: Apply sheets, artificial spikes or tips depending on the technique performed on them, following the application procedure and standards established health and safety, proceeding to makeup if the purpose is only to improve or lengthen the nail plate.

CE3.1 Select artificial tips or tips based on the study of the morphology of the nails and hands model and technique to perform.

CE3.2 Prepare artificial tips or tips based on their size, curvature, shape, color and materials that constitute, according to the technique selected artificial nails and nail characteristics model, adapting the width and long.

CE3.3 Note on the ad model number corresponding to the size of the artificial tips or tips selected for each finger of each hand and proceeded to order them.

CE3.4 In a practical case of application of artificial blades or tips:

- Select for each size, curvature and color of artificial blades or tips, scoring their number in the data sheet.

- Deftly apply the specific adhesive and recommended by the manufacturer, inserting only the selected site, avoiding the cuticle area or periungual withdrawal.

CE3.5 Give transparency to tip once placed, putting the product on the area specific step (bonding tip and nail plate) lowering him with the file of the indicated weight, to ensure that this is not noticed.

CE3.6 In a practical course elongation and decoration artificial nails:

- Select the sheets or tips indicated for each nail.

- Paste sheets or artificial nail tips about applying the adhesive indicated.

- Give transparency to tip, filing or dissolving the step between the nail and the artificial sheet.

- Apply the protective base, leveling the surface of the nail.

- Apply lacquer or permanent decorative glazes and / or nails using the specific technique depending on the product.

C4: Apply artificial nail techniques adapted to the characteristics of the natural nail, acting deftly and following the technical specifications of the selected product, in safety and hygiene and complying with the rules on prevention of occupational and environmental risks.

CE4.1 Explain the selection criteria to determine the type of mold, tips and tips sheets or indicated for each case.

CE4.2 In a practical case of application of artificial nails:

- Select -tips- tip molds or sheets, depending on the characteristics of the nails and hands model, preparing for placement.

- Prepare the nail plate by applying specific technical cosmetics.

- Perform tip placement techniques, defining its length depending on the technique selected artificial nails and following the manufacturer or laboratory.

- Ably Apply technical products and useful resources used.

CE4.3 In a practical course of preparation of artificial nails on mold:

- Accommodating the model in an ergonomic position indicated, protecting your clothing.

- Condition the nail plate, using cosmetics and useful for this purpose.

- Select the type of mold or template to use as a platform to shape the artificial nail.

- Place the mold adatado to the nail plate and respecting the curvature C.

- Apply homogeneously products and molding the prosthesis customizing the way according to the characteristics of the nail model.

- Apply technical resources, products, equipment and accessories skillfully, finishing nail sculpture with the application of a nutritional product on the periungual edge.

CE4.4 Describe the process for dissolution of the products used in artificial nails when you renew or delete the technique performed.


CE4.5 In a practical course of evaluating the application of artificial nails:

- Determine the critical aspects that may be subject to deviations in the quality of service.

- Assess the processes that may be susceptible to improvement.

- Indicate measures correcting deviations to ensure service quality.

C5: Apply makeup techniques of artificial nails manually or with an airbrush, using the required tools and decorative cosmetics, according to the selected design fantasy or decoration.

CE5.1 Describe makeup techniques of artificial nails, indicating decorative, useful and equipment required for cosmetic application.

CE5.2 Perform a sampling of decorations artificial nails, with different motifs (flowers, wildlife, lines, etc.) using the technique indicated for each case.
Apply CE5.3
permanent enamel technique on artificial nails, explaining cosmetics, gadgets and useful products they use.

CE5.4 In a practical course of makeup and nail decoration on artificial nails:

- Remove traces of polish or other cosmetic preparing the artificial nail for makeup.

- Make different makeup techniques (moons, picks, French, among others) on artificial nails.

- Apply cosmetics and accessories products for nail fantasy makeup.

C6: Apply procedures makeup and decoration of artificial nails, using encapsulation techniques and three-dimensionality with different designs, matching makeup and style of the model, according to previous sketch.

CE6.1 Select the tools and specific products depending on the technique chosen, taking into account the characteristics of hands, nails, style, tastes and the selected model sketch.

CE6.2 Make decorative design, adapted to the size of each nail and keeping symmetry between the two hands.

CE6.3 In a practical course of realization of the encapsulation technique:

- Select the decorative accessory, choosing from glitter, dried flowers, bright, glitter, among others; depending on the demands of the model.

- Select the mold or tip depending on the shape of the nails (oval, square, stiletto, among others) and style of the model.

- Sculpting integrating the artificial nail decoration, depending on the style chosen and sketch model, following the established procedure.

- Place the accessories between one layer and one sculptor to finish product and applying a sealant with drying UV lamp, LEDs or other.

CE6.4 Apply three-dimensional decoration technique by adhesives or technique sculpted in 3D with acrylic colors or fancy, depending on the style chosen and sketch model and reporting of the fragility of this work.

C7: Maintaining and restoring artificial nails according to established protocol depending on the technique used, in safety and hygiene.

CE7.1 Assess the aesthetic appearance of artificial nails to decide the maintenance protocol to follow, watching if you have pathological or pathological alterations in the nail plate and the periungual edge.

CE7.2 Apply technical maintenance and restoration to fill the growth zone of the nail and repair the part that is detached, following the established procedure.

CE7.3 In a practical course of maintenance and restoration of artificial nails:

- Accommodating the model in the anatomical position indicated depending on the area to be treated.

- Select the material given the technique used in the first embodiment.

- Perform up removal of artificial nails using a nail polish remover without acetone and cellulose wipes, watching their appearance, ensuring that no alteration in the nail plate and the periungual edge, deciding the maintenance protocol to follow.

- Remove product residues that are detached from the nail plate, using appropriate materials and leaving only the part that is attached to the nail plate.

- Prepare visible part of the nail following the same protocol as that chosen in the previous work session.

- Perform maintenance technique with the same product used in the previous session, leaving the homogeneous and the same chosen shape nail.

- Correct disproportions as to the shape or color changes of the product, the artificial nail polishing with emery or using the specific weight around with different strawberries.


CE7.4 Describe the rules of risk prevention and disposal to be used in manufacturing processes of artificial nails and care of hands and feet.

C8: Explain the changes in nails and periungual edge, produced by the application of artificial nails and in case of sensitivity or allergy to the product used, select the technique for decommissioning, in safety and hygiene.

CE8.1 prepare the model in ergonomic position indicated depending on the area being treated.

CE8.2 Describe alterations or allergies involving a relative or absolute contraindication, adapting the protocol retreat and reflect them in the data sheet.

CE8.3 In a practical course of removing artificial nails sensitization:

- Select the technique to be applied according to the observed disturbance.

- Remove the entire product, in the case of swelling and / or rash, using the lathe and untouched affected area.

- Remove all product with liquid remover indicated, if the alteration has affected the nail plate with a feeling of detachment from it.

CE8.4 hidronutritivos Apply cosmetics in the periungual area, reducing the disruption caused by artificial nails and if permitted alteration.

CE8.5 Explain care to follow the client for the recovery of the damaged area.

Capabilities whose acquisition should be completed in a real working environment:

C1 respect to CE1.4, CE1.6 CE1.5 and; C2 respect to CE2.2, CE2.3, CE2.5 CE2.4 and; Full C3; Full C4; C5 respect to CE5.2, CE5.4 CE5.3 and; Full C6; Full C7; C8 complete.
Other capabilities
:

Demonstrate a good professional.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Alternatives to improve results propose.

Treat the customer with courtesy, respect and discretion.

Demonstrate care and concern for successfully meeting the needs of customers.

Acting quickly in difficult situations and not just wait.

Contents:

1. artificial nails

Types of artificial nails. Purpose of application.

Influence of nail disorders and periungual area in the processes of artificial nails. aesthetic and / or pathological nail changes that may pose a relative or absolute contraindication.
Specific products and cosmetics
. Description and features. Precautions. Rules for its application. Conservation guidelines.

Equipment for the application of artificial nails.

Description and handling of tools and appliances (UV lamps and LEDs, lathes with strawberries of different size and thickness, sterilizers, etc.). Conservation and maintenance of tools and equipment. Cleaning and disinfection. Selection criteria.

2. Organization and quality service application artificial nails

Wear and professional protection measures.

Personal protective measures customer. Customer accommodation. ergonomic position. Preparation of the workplace.

Evaluation of customer satisfaction in the application of artificial nails.

Forms to evaluate the quality of the process of artificial nails.

Key customer communication points.

Health and safety regulations and risk prevention and environmental protection applicable environment.

3. Development of techniques of artificial nails

Conditioning technique and application of mold or tip.

Application technology molds or templates.

Manufacturing process of sculptured nails.

Technology enamelled permanent.

Drafting technique with acrylic artificial nails.

Drafting technique artificial nails with gel: a color sculpted, carved in two colors: French permanent and / or acrylic fantasy.

Technical sculpting artificial nails in acrylic / gel.

Sculpted 3D technology.

Technical natural makeup or airbrushed fantasy or manually.

Encapsulation technique, choice of material to be encapsulated: flowers, fabrics, tapes, paper. Drying process UVA lamp.

Dimensional technique: choice and realization of reason.
Performing on paper
reasons, to apply on the nail.

4. Maintenance and restoration of artificial nails

Rating nail growth.

Detachment of parts in poor condition, conditioning the rest.


Product application technology of artificial nails in the part that needs to be repaired. Assessment result.

Study of sensitivity reactions to products or techniques artificial nails.

Rating reaction, how to remove the product.

Decommissioning in safety and hygiene.

Restoration cosmetic area indicated.

5. Evaluation and quality control in the application of artificial nails

Evaluation of customer satisfaction in the application of artificial nails.

Forms to evaluate the quality of the process of artificial nails.

Key customer communication points.

Regulations on risk prevention and environmental protection.

Parameters context of training:

Spaces and facilities:

The spaces and facilities will answer in the form of classroom, classroom-workshop, practices, or unique space laboratory, the training needs in accordance with established professional context Competence Associated Unit, taking into account applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.

Professional trainer or trainer profile:

1. Mastery of knowledge and techniques related to the development and application of artificial nails, which is evidenced by one of the following two ways:

- Academic Training Level 1 (Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education) or other top-level related to the professional field.

- Professional experience of at least 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. pedagogical competence accredited in accordance with established by the competent authorities.

Training Module 4: AESTHETIC TREATMENTS OF HANDS AND FEET

Level: 2

Code: MF0359_2

Associate UC: Perform aesthetic treatments hands and feet

Duration: 90 hours

Skills and evaluation criteria:

C1: Apply techniques skin analysis, assessing the characteristics of the model to design custom protocols aesthetic treatments hands and feet adapted to your needs.

CE1.1 Relate the aesthetic alterations of the skin of hands and feet with specific aesthetic treatments.

CE1.2 List the pathological changes in the skin of the hands and feet, determining the physician or specialist professional that derive the model.

CE1.3 Describe the most common skin morphological and pathological changes and nails of hands and feet, indicating signs and symptoms that may occur.

CE1.4 In a practical case of detection of pathological and non-pathological changes in the skin, the nails and periungual area and toes:

- Identify on images signs of disease in skin, nails and periungual area hands and feet.

- Propose professional advice that will have to give a client.

- Identify the names of the alterations observed in images.
Ask questions such
CE1.5 serve us to detect the demands of customers.

CE1.6 design aesthetic treatment protocols for the care of hands and feet.

C2: Apply techniques of selection and preparation of materials, supplies, equipment and cosmetics for performing cosmetic treatments hands and feet, following established conditions and health and safety protocols.

CE2.1 Explain the phases of the processes of specific aesthetic treatments hands and feet, indicating the technical operations to be performed on each.

CE2.2 Explain the types of specific aesthetic treatments hands and feet, relating to the effects they have on the skin.

CE2.3 Explain the criteria used to select cosmetic products for specific cosmetic treatments hands and feet, indicating their use patterns.
Identify CE2.4
electrotherapy devices used in the treatment of hands and feet, effects and indications relating to skin needs of each aesthetic alteration.

CE2.5 In a practical course of development of a process of cosmetic treatment of the skin of hands:

- List alterations processed.

- Select cosmetics suitable for the particular treatment.

- Select the devices and accessories suitable for the realization of personalized treatment.


C3: Apply electroestéticas techniques for performing cosmetic treatments hands and feet, following the manufacturer's instructions and health and safety conditions.

CE3.1 Identify techniques electroestéticas indicated for aesthetic treatments hands and feet, selecting those indicated depending on the needs of the model.

CE3.2 Explain the effects, indications and contraindications of the equipment to be used in treatment techniques skin of the hands and feet (high frequency, spray, rotary brushes, infrared radiation, etc.), defining the physical principle of action and parameters to regulate for each.

Course CE3.3 In a practical application eletroestéticos treatment equipment aging hands:

- Explain to model the feelings will perceive, indicating where they should tell for correction.

- Apply the equipment according to the parameters determined by the custom protocol, controlling the evolution of the process at all times, assessing and addressing the observations of the model.
Indicate CE3.4
use patterns, servicing and maintenance of equipment used in cosmetic treatments hands and feet, in safety and hygiene.

C4: Apply massage techniques for the cosmetic treatment of hands and feet, following the established protocol and standards applicable health and safety.

CE4.1 Explain the criteria of accommodation of the model according to the needs required by the implementation of the various massage techniques.

Quote CE4.2 maneuvers and specific massage techniques depending on the effect desired to achieve: product penetration, relaxation, fluid mobilization, activation of circulation.

CE4.3 In a practical case of application, model, massage hands and feet:

- Prepare the model according to the needs of the area and the technique to perform, taking care of the postural and health and safety conditions of hygiene.

- Detect signs of pathology so that contraindicate relative or absolute application of manual techniques.

- Apply different massage techniques in the order, pressure, rhythm and set time.

CE4.4 Apply mobilization and stretching techniques of hands and feet anatomophysiological respecting the characteristics of each area.

CE4.5 Apply pressure massage techniques and associates, respecting the order, the intensity and rhythm indicated.

C5: Apply cosmetic treatments hands and feet, selecting tools, appliances and cosmetics, customizing the protocol established, determining the application parameters and health and safety conditions.

CE5.1 Explain the criteria used to select cosmetic products, tools and equipment for the different specific aesthetic treatments hands and feet, indicating their use patterns.

CE5.2 demonstrate the preparation and protection model based on the service to perform, meet the standards applicable health and safety.

CE5.3 In a practical case of application of specific aesthetic treatments hands and feet:

- Prepare and protect the model for the technical implementation.

- Select and prepare utensils, appliances, accessories and products for treatment of hands and feet.

- Assess the characteristics of the processed skin, indicating the alterations presented.

- Detect signs of pathology that make it advisable referral model medical advice.
Apply CE5.4
specific cosmetic treatment products based on the aesthetic problem, the technique selected treatment and the manufacturer's laboratory thereof.

Ce5.5 Programming devices depending on the technique used, applying them taking into account the sensitivity of the model and the effects to be achieved.

CE5.6 In a practical course of hydration treatments and prevention of skin aging of the skin of the hands, model:

- Apply cleaning techniques and preparation of the area.

- Apply techniques electroestéticas indicated.

- Apply specific cosmetics for hydration, nutrition and prevention and treatment of skin aging.

- Apply occlusion techniques.

- Perform zonal massage indicated.

- Apply techniques completion of these treatments.


CE5.7 In a practical course of treatment of hydration and improved circulation and fluid retention feet on model:

- Apply cleaning techniques and preparation of the area.

- Apply electroestéticas vibration techniques, among others.

- Apply specific cosmetics for skin hydration and improved blood circulation in foot and ankle.

- Perform specific massage techniques: traditional, pressure and mobilization and stretching.

- Apply techniques completion of these treatments.

CE5.8 determine the frequency of sessions observing the result of the treatment applied and documenting through photography.

C6: Apply techniques for assessing the parameters that determine the quality of service of beauty treatments and toes and your attention, asking questions to identify the degree of customer satisfaction and ensuring quality of service.

CE6.1 identify the determinants of the quality of service that must be evaluated by analyzing processes specific aesthetic treatments hands and feet.
Stating CE6.2
choice questions to detect the degree of user satisfaction regarding the final result and personal care.

CE6.3 List the causes of technical and customer service, which can lead to deficiencies in the service provided.

CE6.4 Apply measures to correct the deviations in the application of artificial nails.

CE6.5 In a practical course of promoting aesthetic treatments:

- Assess the results obtained in the treatment applied with the needs identified in the analysis of the skin and fingernails and toenails.

- Develop offers and promotions to attract customers to new treatments related realized.

- Describe the characteristics of the product and service highlighting its advantages and its adaptation to the needs of customers.

CE6.6 Describe the rules of risk prevention and environmental protection to be applied in the processes of beautification of the hands and feet.

Capabilities whose acquisition should be completed in a real working environment:

C1 respect CE1.4; C2 with respect to CE2.4 and CE2.5; C3 and CE3.4 CE3.3 respect; C4 respect to CE4.3, CE4.5 CE4.4 and; C5 respect to CE5.2, CE5.3, CE5.4, ce5.5, CE5.6, CE5.8 CE5.7 and; C6 respect to CE6.5.
Other capabilities
:

Demonstrate a good professional.

Keep the work area with the degree of order and cleanliness required by the organization.

Alternatives to improve results propose.

Treat the customer with courtesy, respect and discretion.

Demonstrate care and concern for successfully meeting the needs of customers.

Acting quickly in difficult situations and not just wait.

Contents:

1. Organisation of beauty treatments and toes

Wear and professional protection measures.

Personal protective measures customer.
Accommodation
customer.
Preparation
workplace.

Postural hygiene, ergonomics.

Action in case of accident: first aid.

2. Tools, appliances and cosmetics used in the treatment of hands and feet

Description and handling of the tools.

Specific for the treatment of the skin of the hands and feet Cosmetics.

Paraffin, features and application techniques.

Handling, conservation and maintenance of cosmetics. Selection criteria.

Management, implementation and maintenance of appliances.

Electroestéticos specific equipment for skin care hands and feet sprays, suckers, vibrators, high frequency currents, ultrasonic peeling. Thermotherapy and hydrotherapy.

Implementing rules: effects, indications and contraindications. Servicing and maintenance guidelines.
Occupational Health and Safety
beauty centers.

Cleaning and decontamination.

Disinfection and sterilization of utensils, linens, furniture, fixtures and equipment.

Sterilization and disinfection equipment.

3. manual techniques and specific procedures for the cosmetic treatment of the skin of hands and feet

Specific features of the skin of the hands and feet, related to beauty treatments.

Maneuvers traditional massage.

Maneuvers massage, effects, sequencing and application parameters.

Maneuvers pressure massage.

Mobilisations and stretching.


Parameters and application techniques.

Effects, indications and contraindications.

Hydrate. Nutrition. Exfoliation. Stains. Antiaging. Circulatory Disorders. Health and safety in aesthetic skin treatments hands and feet.

Evaluation and quality control in the application of aesthetic skin treatments hands and feet.

Evaluation of the degree of customer satisfaction.

Form to assess the quality of these services.

Key communication points.
Regulations
risk prevention and environmental protection.

Waste management.

Parameters context of training:

Spaces and facilities:

The spaces and facilities will answer in the form of classroom, classroom-workshop, practices, or unique space laboratory, the training needs in accordance with established professional context Competence Associated Unit, taking into account applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.

Professional trainer or trainer profile:

1. Mastery of knowledge and techniques related to the realization of aesthetic treatments of hands and feet, which is evidenced by one of the following two ways:

- Academic Training Level 1 (Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education) or other top-level related to the professional field.

- Professional experience of at least 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. pedagogical competence accredited in accordance with established by the competent authorities.
ANNEX II


PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: AESTHETIC MASSAGE TECHNIQUES AND ASSOCIATES SENSORY
Professional Family
:
Personal Image
Level: 3

Code: IMP248_3
General competence


Apply aesthetic massage, lymphatic drainage and pressure massage techniques associated with sensory, depending on the diagnosis made according to the established protocol and quality conditions, health and safety and health.
Competence units


UC0789_3: Perform aesthetic design protocols integrating diagnosis and massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory aesthetic purposes

UC0063_3: Perform manual massage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes

UC0790_3: Perform manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes

UC0791_3: Perform pressure massage techniques for aesthetic purposes

UC0792_3: Associating sensory massage techniques for aesthetic purposes
Professional Environment

Professional Scope


Develops his professional activity in the area of ​​aesthetics dedicated to Personal Image, applying aesthetic and sensory massage techniques, entities of private, small- or medium-sized, both on its own and others, regardless of their form legal. Operates autonomously, depending on your case, hierarchically superior. You can have your staff sometimes seasonally or stably. In the development of professional activity universal accessibility principles apply in accordance with applicable regulations.
Productive Sectors


It is located in the productive sector service manual techniques in the subsector on the aesthetic massage, lymphatic drainage, massage pressure and associated sensory techniques.

Occupations and relevant jobs

The terms of the following list of occupations and jobs are used with generic and all-encompassing nature of women and men.

Specialized in aesthetic Massage: massage, lymphatic drainage, reflexology, pressure massage, aromatherapy, color therapy and music therapy

Masseurs (non-therapeutic)

Training Associate (630 hours)


Training Modules
MF0789_3: Diagnosis and protocols for aesthetic massage and sensory techniques (90 hours)

MF0063_3: manual and mechanical aesthetic massage (120 hours)

MF0790_3: aesthetic lymphatic drainage manual and mechanical (150 hours)

MF0791_3: Aesthetic massage techniques pressure (150 hours)

MF0792_3: sensory aesthetic Techniques (120 hours)

COMPETITION UNIT 1: PERFORM DIAGNOSIS AND DESIGN AESTHETIC MASSAGE TECHNIQUES PROTOCOLS INTEGRANDO, LYMPH DRAINAGE AND SENSORY aesthetic purposes

Level: 3

Code: UC0789_3

Professional accomplishments and performance criteria:


RP 1: Perform the aesthetic diagnosis, for aesthetic application of massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory evaluating customer characteristics and adapt the protocol to their needs, demands and expectations, complying with the applicable regulations on safety and hygiene and in accordance with established quality levels.

CR 1.1 The characteristics, demands and customer needs are assessed, collecting information that is relevant to the performance of professional diagnosis in the aesthetic history: personal data, previous treatments, cosmetic habits and patterns of life that are relevant .
CR 1.2
aesthetic exploration is carried out by applying the techniques of observation, touch, palpation, and the use of equipment to measure body fat, thermography, micro cameras, body composition analyzers, among others, to identify skin characteristics customer, potential aesthetic alterations and anatomical areas susceptible to treatment according to the protocol.

CR 1.3 Possible signs of pathology, intolerances or contraindications for application of manual techniques and / or aromatherapy, color therapy, music therapy, or others, are identified and the client is derived medical consultation, detailing the aspects observed in the report bypass.
CR 1.4
medicine and cosmetic surgery as edema, ecchymosis or others that can be treated with massage techniques and aesthetic lymphatic drainage post alterations are identified to develop personalized treatment protocol.

CR 1.5 The aesthetic diagnosis is emitted from the analysis and evaluation of the information obtained, taking into account the prescription or other professionals, provided by the customer.

RP 2: Inform the customer about the results of aesthetic diagnosis to present the proposed treatment, integrating aesthetic massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory, meeting the ethical standards to ensure the confidentiality and protection of personal data the client's.

CR 2.1 The general findings in the aesthetic diagnosis and treatment relating to selected are recorded in the chips or technical documentation prepared on computer or manually support.

CR 2.2 or aesthetic pathological changes detected, refer to the appropriate medical treatment or professional, preparing a report bypass.

CR 2.3 The aesthetic result of diagnosis and treatment proposal to the client communicates, indicating: number of sessions and the estimated duration, sequencing them, price, professional advice, including time.

CR 2.4 Alterations post treatment interventions medicine or cosmetic surgery detected, the client communicate, suggesting areas need to consult with the physician.

RP 3: Develop standard operating procedures for the application of aesthetic massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory protocols associated with aesthetic purposes, complying with the standards applicable facilities, technical resources and products, ensuring quality levels.

CR 3.1 Means for aesthetic diagnosis are identified, specifying them in the standard working protocol for implementation.

CR 3.2 standard hygiene, disinfection and / or sterilization facilities, technical means and equipment to be used in implementing manuals, technical aromatherapy and color therapy protocols are designed, in compliance with applicable regulations.

CR 3.3 protocols customer: welcome, service delivery, bounce, among others, are designed taking into account the general characteristics of the center and the type of customers.

CR 3.4 The technical means for the development of standard operating in implementing protocols manuals and sensory techniques are identified for incorporation into the working procedure.

CR 3.5 The standard work protocols for each of the technical manual or mechanical massage are detailed, including the process steps, specific maneuvers and sequence thereof, media, cosmetics, hygiene and postural development technique.

CR 3.6 standard protocols and massage manual lymphatic drainage or mechanical, post medicine and cosmetic surgery, are developed in accordance with the indications and prescriptions received from the competent health authority, describing the maneuvers, indications, precautions and contraindications, and the time and the frequency of application.


CR 3.7 The informed consent model is developed, establishing the conditions of application of the techniques or treatments and describing possible side effects.

CR 3.8 The technical procedures of the types of massage and body and facial drainage, defined according to the quality criteria set out in the standard operating protocols.

RP 4: Customize the standard aesthetic massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory, aesthetic diagnosis and linking them to the characteristics, needs and demands of client protocols.

CR 4.1 Aesthetic massage techniques and lymphatic drainage set out in the standard protocol, adapted according to the diagnosis and the characteristics and needs of the client, determining maneuvers to be applied and I advertise sequence, rhythm and intensity thereof.
CR 4.2
techniques aromatherapy, color therapy, music therapy, or other treatment that complement, are selected depending on the purpose to be achieved, for your individual application or in combination with massage techniques.
CR 4.3
specific cosmetic treatment are selected based on their cosmetic form, composition and effects, client characteristics and the massage technique, according to the protocol.

CR 4.4 Essential oils and aromatherapy substances are selected based on their action and indications, determining the mix of essences and base oil, dosage and mode of application, in accordance with established protocol.

CR 4.5 application parameters of equipment for color therapy and music therapy, are determined depending on the effects to be achieved and the guidelines set out in the protocol.

CR 4.6 protocols work with aesthetic massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory aesthetic purposes and welfare, used alone or combined, are customized, indicating the technical means, materials, estimated the number of sessions and sequencing thereof, and the length of each session, the frequency of execution of the treatment and the cost thereof.

CR 4.7 household customer care aesthetic indicating communicate the guidelines to follow before and after treatment sessions with either manual and / or associated techniques to improve results.
Professional context
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Means of production
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Camilla, chair, stool, sink, carts for small equipment and tools. Aesthetic equipment diagnosis: loupe, micro, measuring skin elasticity, skin relief meter, measuring rod and tape, equipment for determining body fat, thermography equipment. Lingerie: robe or gown, towels, belts or hats, shoes, floor mats, Sabanillas of different materials and disposable. Specific products and equipment to clean and disinfect and / or sterilize utensils, accessories and facilities. Kit. Containers for recyclable and polluting material. Computer equipment for storage and processing of customer data.

Products and results:

Diagnosis aesthetic, aesthetic history, technical specifications, technical specifications of cosmetic products and machines made. Protocols standardized diagnosis and treatment of associated application manuals and sensory techniques.
Information used or generated
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Blades and anatomical models. Manuals anatomy, physiology and pathology, cosmetology, massage, drainage, aesthetic diagnosis, treatments, electrotherapy, aromatherapy, color therapy and music therapy. Fact sheets cosmetics and appliances. ethical standards. Protocols standardized diagnostic and aesthetic treatments. Customer protocols. Hygiene and disinfection protocols. History aesthetic and technical specifications. Reports sent or received from other professionals. Informed consent. Standardized questionnaires or personal data sheets, standard to assess service quality questionnaires. Manuals: postural hygiene, occupational risk prevention, first aid and environmental protection. Regulations: establishments, spaces and facilities, protection of personal data and internal labor standards in relation to quality. audiovisual and multimedia programs. literature. professional journals.

COMPETITION UNIT 2: MAKE HAND MASSAGE AND / OR MECHANICAL aesthetic purposes

Level: 3

Code: UC0063_3

Professional accomplishments and performance criteria:


RP 1: Determine the technical manual massage aesthetic and / or mechanical, selecting the maneuvers and application parameters, depending on the diagnosis and treatment protocol established aesthetic, to adapt to the demands and characteristics of the client.

CR 1.1 The characteristics of the treated area are assessed to meet the needs and demands of the customer, recording in the data sheet the data and checking that there are no relative or absolute contraindications for massage application.
CR 1.2
massage technique is selected based on aesthetic diagnosis, evaluating the morphology of the anatomical area to be treated, the type of cosmetic alteration that occurs, the client status and cosmetics to use, among others, to apply a general, local or partial massage adapted to the characteristics of the client.
CR 1.3
parameters massage maneuvers: time, direction, intensity and rhythm are adapted to the selected aesthetic massage technique, to customize the working protocol, according to the anatomical morphology, the sensitivity of the area and the state of tissues, among others.
CR 1.4
pathological and aesthetic alterations that could not be detected are recorded bypass preparing a report, to refer the client to doctor or other professional treatment.

RP 2: Prepare the facilities, tools and equipment for the practice of manual massage aesthetic and / or mechanical compliance with applicable regulations on safety and hygiene.
CR 2.1
massage cabin prepared by carrying out cleaning and ventilation, selecting the temperature, lighting and sound, depending on the technique that is to be performed.
CR 2.2
media work: lingerie, furniture and fittings are prepared, for cleaning, disinfection and sterilization, according to their characteristics and materials.

CR 2.3 Cosmetics are selected based on aesthetic diagnosis, dosificándolos for use in individual containers and handling them in safety and hygiene.

CR 2.4 The cabin and the means used, once the treatment is completed, cleaned, disinfected and sterilized according to their composition and use, directing them to a new use.

CR 2.5 The materials and waste products are placed in special containers for later disposal, while respecting the applicable regulations and the environment.

RP 3: Inform customer technical manual massage aesthetic and / or mechanic who will receive, advising on issues related to the optimization of results, applying ethical standards to ensure the confidentiality and data protection personal nature of the client.

CR 3.1 Technical and massage maneuvers selected client communicate, indicating the effects and results to be obtained, and recommended maintenance guidelines for improving the results.

CR 3.2 The area, duration, frequency and number of sessions for the implementation of the manual massage aesthetic and / or mechanical customer communicate, to relate to their characteristics and needs, following the established protocol.
CR 3.3
practice healthy lifestyles, diet and exercise, among others, the client communicate, advising to optimize the result of aesthetic treatment.
CR 3.4
cosmetics that favor the effects of massage are recommended customer, advising on their dosage and mode of application.

RP 4: Performing aesthetic facial and body massage manually using the techniques and maneuvers selected to establish the protocol working, complying with the applicable regulations on safety and hygiene.

CR 4.1 Preparing to launch the application of facial and body aesthetic hand massage is performed in response to the established rules on clothing, hygiene and personal image and fulfilling the conditions of postural hygiene that can prevent diseases.

CR 4.2 The customer is accommodated in anatomical position on the examination table or chair, depending on the treatment area and the selected technique, using the means of protection and postural hygiene conditions.

CR 4.3 The state and skin and muscle tone of the area to be treated is measured by detecting and defining the aesthetic alteration and collaborate, where appropriate, with a physician or other professional to finalize guidelines realization of aesthetic massage.

CR 4.4 Cosmetic products for easy maneuvering massage is applied based on customer characteristics, method of work and professional judgment.


CR 4.5 Relaxation techniques, breathing and stretching the complementary positioning massage performed with the client, to guide you in performing them, following the established protocol.
CR 4.6
maneuvers facial, head or body, apply with cosmetics and indicated parameters to suit the characteristics of each area.
CR 4.7
maneuvers selected massage technique: circulatory, relaxing, modeler, firming to improve product penetration, among others, they are made with pressure and rate indicated in the order, direction and times established in the working protocol, adapting to customer response and preventing any inconvenience.
CR 4.8
incidents that occur during the session, and the comments that are made by any of the participants therein, are recorded in the data sheet.

RP 5: Perform aesthetic facial and body massage by mechanical means, for the treatment of disorders and / or customer needs, following the standard protocol and the instructions given by the computer manufacturer, complying with safety regulations and hygiene applicable.

CR 5.1 Preparation for applying facial aesthetic massage and / or body is performed according to established rules on clothing, hygiene and personal image, to meet the sanitary conditions and hygiene postural possible to prevent occupational diseases.

CR 5.2 The customer is accommodated in anatomical position on the examination table or chair, depending on the treatment area and equipment needs to use mechanical massage, applying means of protection and postural hygiene conditions.
CR 5.3
equipment and accessories for the application of mechanical massage are checked, ensuring that they are able to use, following the protocols of safety and hygiene.

CR 5.4 The state and skin and muscle tone of the treatment area are evaluated, detecting whether relative or absolute contraindications for the application of different systems of mechanical massage.

CR 5.5 The parameters of intensity, rhythm, direction, pressure, decompression, frequency and time, among others, for the application of different mechanical massage equipment, are programmed depending on the treatment protocol, customer sensitivity , the effects to be achieved, following the manufacturer's specifications and taking into account the client's response, to prevent any inconvenience.
CR 5.6
mechanical massage systems are applied following the protocol established, the requirements of each technique: vibration, pressure therapy, vacuum pressure, among others, and the manufacturer to ensure the health and safety conditions.
CR 5.7
incidents that occur during the session, as well as comments from any of the participants therein, are recorded in the data sheet for consultation in later sessions, following the procedure established in the company.

RP 6: To evaluate the overall quality of service manual massage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes, applying the standards of quality control to optimize the service and communication protocols, following the standards applicable facilities, equipment and products, proposing corrective measures in case of deviations, and ensuring customer satisfaction.
CR 6.1
quality control standards are incorporated into standard treatment protocols to improve service, meeting facilities regulations, technical means and products.

CR 6.2 The degree of customer satisfaction is assessed through questionnaires, sample questions and direct observation, using communication protocols and addressing the quality parameters established.

CR 6.3 The quality of services is assessed by comparing the information obtained with the indicators of quality established by the company to improve service and customer support.

CR 6.4 Corrective measures to correct the deviations are proposed to optimize the services provided, improving quality and customer satisfaction.
Professional context
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Means of production
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Camilla, recliner; sink and shower with hot and cold water, side table, stool, accessories wedges, rollers, pads, utensils: bowls, spatulas, sponges, cotton gloves, mask. Massage equipment mechanical effect: Pressure therapy, vacuum therapy, dermoaspiración, vibration, ultrasound, currents of low and medium frequency, vibration platform, among others. Cosmetics cosmetic massage in all its forms. Lingerie for the application of massage techniques. Products for cleaning, disinfection and / or sterilization of useful; germicides and sterilizers. Kit. Containers for recyclable and polluting material. computer equipment for customer management.

Products and results:
Manual
aesthetic massage, mechanical massage, improved aesthetic and functional circulatory disturbances, welfare. Fact sheets clients and custom protocols.
Information used or generated
:

Blades and anatomical models. Manuals anatomy, physiology and pathology, cosmetology, massage, diagnosis, treatments, electrotherapy. Technical documentation on mechanical massage equipment. ethical standards. Standard protocols and techniques of aesthetic treatments and wellness massage. Customer protocols. Hygiene and disinfection protocols. History aesthetic and technical specifications. Reports sent or received from other professionals. Manuals: postural hygiene, occupational risk prevention, first aid and environmental protection. Regulations: establishments, spaces and facilities, protection of personal data and internal labor standards in relation to quality. audiovisual and multimedia programs. literature. professional journals.

COMPETITION UNIT 3: MAKE MLD and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes

Level: 3

Code: UC0790_3

Professional accomplishments and performance criteria:

RP 1: Conduct prior to the application of manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical diagnosis aesthetic aesthetic purposes, referring sheet to check the changes that have occurred in the treatment area.
CR 1.1
aesthetic exploration of the area is performed before the implementation of drainage, consulting details previous diagnosis and using observation and palpation techniques to identify possible alterations that involve a relative or absolute contraindication, taking into account the demands and customer needs, to adapt the procedure.

CR 1.2 and lymph node groups related pathways are located in areas of treatment, selecting all parameters for the application of the maneuvers.

CR 1.3 Alterations involving a contraindication are identified, leading the client to medical consultation or appropriate professional.

CR 1.4 The report or medical guidelines, if they exist, are interpreted, recorded in the data sheet for the customer to take them into account in the implementation of drainage.

CR 1.5 Possible circumstances that may lead to contraindicate the use of drainage techniques are identified, recorded in the customer card.

RP 2: Adapt the protocol manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical aesthetic to the characteristics, needs and customer demands, informing him of the proposed treatment and compliance with the ethical standards to ensure confidentiality and data protection purposes personal nature of the client.
CR 2.1
customer characteristics are checked, determining their needs and demands, recording the data obtained in the treatment and monitoring tab.

CR 2.2 The guidelines and application parameters are selected, based on the personal characteristics of the customer and technical requirements.

CR 2.3 standard treatment protocol is customized according to customer characteristics, selecting manual techniques and / or mechanical practices and, where appropriate, interpreting the prescription, specifying the number of sessions, guidance time and special precautions .

CR 2.4 MLD treatment and / or mechanic to be performed, their frequency, duration and cost, indicative time, special precautions customer communicates his signature asking for their informed consent.

RP 3: Prepare the facilities, tools and equipment, adapting to the conditions required for the practice of manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes, in compliance with applicable regulations on safety and hygiene.

CR 3.1
massage cabin is prepared in safety and hygiene, adapting ventilation conditions, temperature, lighting and sound.
CR 3.2
technical means, linens, furniture, accessories, among others, are checked by ensuring that compliant health and safety, risk prevention for users thereof.

CR 3.3 Waste materials are placed in special containers for later disposal, in compliance with applicable regulations and respecting the environment.
CR 3.4
The material used, completed treatment, is checked by ensuring that it is clean, disinfected and / or sterilized and ordered for a new use.

RP 4: Inform the customer about massage manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes that will receive, advising on the guidelines to follow to optimize results, ensuring confidentiality and protection of personal data .
CR 4.1
techniques for each situation defined communication protocols apply in customer care, foster care, care during service, farewell, among others.
CR 4.2
aesthetic results diagnosis and lymphatic drainage techniques proposed alone or associated with aesthetic treatment communicate customer, detailing the effects and results to be achieved with manual or mechanical lymphatic drainage.

CR 4.3 The duration, number of sessions and frequency of application of manual lymphatic drainage are selected, following the established protocol and the proposed treatment for best results.
CR 4.4
practice healthy habits, nutrition, exercise, among others, the client communicate, advising to enhance the result.

CR 4.5 The general findings are recorded in the technical documentation prepared in electronic form or manually, meeting the ethical standards of professional character.
CR 4.6
alterations can be detected and not belonging to the aesthetic field are recorded for the report of derivation, referring the client to a medical consultation or other professionals.

CR 4.7 The requirements of specialist, in the case of complementary medicine post operative cosmetic surgery or cosmetic treatments, as to its beginning and its general guidelines, are respected and followed, by consulting any effect or reaction to occur to ensure effectiveness.

RP 5: Perform manual lymph drainage techniques for aesthetic purposes, depending on the diagnosis made, anatomical treat and application parameters in conditions of hygiene and safety areas.
CR 5.1
clothing, hygiene and personal image that requires the application of techniques lymphatic drainage facial and body conforms to the provisions of the standards set by the company, fulfilling the conditions of safety and hygiene and postural hygiene that enable prevent occupational diseases.
CR 5.2
techniques lymphatic drainage facial and body performance in a postsurgical apply, prior protection gown, hat, pants, gloves and mask, among others, when their physical presence is required in an operating room and in collaboration with the optional, in compliance with health and hygiene regulations applicable.

CR 5.3 The customer is accommodated in the lateral supine, prone or, depending on the treatment area and the indications received.

CR 5.4 The anatomical treatment area is scanned by checking the diagnosis, locating groups or nodal chains or lymphatic pathways and routes on which will perform the drain, making sure there are no disturbances involving a relative or absolute contraindication for its application to adapt the standard treatment protocol.

CR 5.5 The surface of the area to be treated is determined, delimiting its extension to allow maneuvers that favor the mobilization of the lymph through its route and making breathing techniques before starting the session, to prepare, relax and improve the results of lymphatic drainage.
CR 5.6
maneuvers lymphatic drainage are applied without cosmetic product and in the event that the client has stitches, antisepsis measures required to prevent the spread of disease will be taken.

CR 5.7 The maneuvers are applied sequentially, according to the lymphatic drainage technique selected, respecting the physiology of the lymphatic system and checking customer response: discomfort, changes in skin color, among others.


CR 5.8 Manipulations pumping fixed circles, drag, draining lymph node, etc., alternate in selected sequences as well as the intensity and timing of pressure, adapting the art drainage treatment area.

RP 6: Perform mechanical lymphatic drainage techniques for aesthetic purposes, depending on the diagnosis made and following parameters and protocol established work in conditions of safety and hygiene and following the manufacturer's instructions.
CR 6.1
facial and body lymphatic drainage through selected mechanical procedures applied previously caring personal image in terms of: personal hygiene, hands, clothing and work shoes, in safety and hygiene that can prevent diseases .
CR 6.2
equipment and accessories for the application of mechanical lymphatic drainage, are prepared according to established protocols and standards applicable health and safety, ensuring that they are able to use.

CR 6.3 The customer is accommodated, following directions and getting help if needed, on the couch or armchair according to the anatomical area to be treated and the needs of the equipment that will be used to facilitate the implementation of treatment / technique.

CR 6.4 The state and skin and muscle tone in the area are evaluated to test for relative or absolute contraindications for the application of mechanical lymphatic drainage systems.

6.5 CR intensity parameters, rate, direction, pressure, decompression, frequency, time, etc., for applying mechanical massage equipment, are calculated and programmed depending on the treatment protocol, the sensitivity of customer and the effects to be achieved, taking into account their response to not suffer discomfort.

6.6 CR systems apply mechanical lymphatic drainage following the established protocol and requirements of each technique: currents, pressure therapy, vacuum pressure, among others, the manufacturer's instructions and health and safety conditions.
CR 6.7
incidents occurred during the session facial and body lymphatic drainage, and the observations of those involved in it are recorded in the data sheet for consultation and follow-up in subsequent sessions.

RP 7: To evaluate the overall quality of service manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes, applying the standards of quality control to optimize the service and communication protocols, following the standards applicable facilities, equipment and products, proposing corrective measures in case of deviations, and ensuring customer satisfaction.

CR 7.1 The opinion on the service provided and the treatment received by the customer, is collected by questionnaires, sample questions and direct observation, noting any incidents to assess their level of satisfaction.

CR 7.2 Customer satisfaction with the technique of manual lymph drainage and / or mechanical checks carried out by means of direct observation and questions to detect who has not experienced discomfort during development or pain in the treated area.

CR 7.3 The quality of service provided is controlled through compliance protocols work, commercial time and the result, to detect possible deviations and proposing corrective measures to optimize the product.
Professional context
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Means of production
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Camilla or reclining chair, stool, magnifying glass, cart or side table. Mechanical equipment for drainage: acupressure, vacuum therapy, equipment low frequency currents. History aesthetic and technical specifications. Lingerie: bathrobe, robe, towels, belts or hats, shoes, floor mats, Sabanillas, gloves, masks. specific post drainage cosmetic products in all cosmetic forms and mechanical techniques. Containers for recyclable and polluting material. Kit. computer equipment for customer management.

Products and results:
Manual lymphatic drainage
aesthetic and / or mechanical customized with previous diagnosis. Improving lymphatic circulation and overall client. Improved performance and reduced recovery time in the post medical treatments and cosmetic surgery.
Information used or generated
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Blades anatomy of the lymphatic system and circulatory system, record of basic sequences of all areas to be treated with aesthetic lymphatic drainage manual. Manuals and manual lymphatic drainage treatments and medical operations and cosmetic surgery. Applicable regulations regarding space and facilities, environmental management, protection of personal data and internal working rules in relation to the quality and hygiene standards postural. specialized technical literature. magazines. History aesthetic, technical specifications of diagnosis, evaluation and treatment control. Reports to or received from other professionals. Application protocols based on the study of each individual case.

COMPETITION UNIT 4: MAKE PRESSURE MASSAGE TECHNIQUES aesthetic purposes

Level: 3

Code: UC0791_3

Professional accomplishments and performance criteria:

RP 1: Determine aesthetic massage techniques Pressure to perform by selecting the maneuvers and application parameters, depending on the diagnosis and treatment protocol aesthetic standard, to adapt to the demands and characteristics of the client.

CR 1.1 host protocols and customer service apply to facilitate their stay in the center, explaining and reporting on issues that are of interest and accompanying him to the treatment area.

CR 1.2 The anatomical areas over which reflex massage techniques are performed: feet, hands, face, ear, spine, or other, are scanned manually and visually determining their characteristics and state: tone, color, temperature, pain, or other, to identify the relative or absolute contraindications that prevent the realization of the technique.

CR 1.3 application parameters maneuvers aesthetic massage pressure on reflex zones: polish pressure, pressure circular point or other, are selected by adapting the treatment protocol client characteristics and treatment area .

CR 1.4 The starting area local or general massage and manipulate specific points are determined in aesthetic massage technique pressure, setting the address parameters, pressure, tension and maintenance of the maneuvers.

CR 1.5 pathologies or aesthetic alterations identified and susceptible of specialist medical treatment are derived, according to their prescribing patterns for the realization of facial massage, body or zonal pressure.

CR 1.6 data analysis and diagnosis, are recorded in the data sheet of the client, to adjust the working protocol, considering the needs, characteristics and demands of the customer.

RP 2: Prepare the facilities, tools and equipment, adapting to the conditions and safety required for the practice of massage techniques aesthetic pressure, complying with applicable regulations.
CR 2.1
massage cabin is prepared to ensure cleanliness, ventilation, temperature, lighting and background music, as established action protocol.
CR 2.2
media work: lingerie, furniture and fixtures, are prepared for the realization of aesthetic pressure massage in the health and safety conditions required for use, giving preference to disposables.
CR 2.3
Products are selected based treatment and aesthetic techniques that make it up, preparing them for use in individual containers.

CR 2.4 The cabin and the materials used are checked by ensuring that are sorted, cleaned, disinfected and / or sterilized for reuse.

CR 2.5 The quality control standards are applied to keep the work area hygiene and health conditions, complying with the standards applicable safety and hygiene facilities, technical resources and products.

RP 3: Inform the customer about the techniques of aesthetic pressure massage that will receive, to advise on matters relating to the improvement of results and following the established quality parameters.

CR 3.1 The technical and aesthetic intended to pressure massage effect, the client communicate, to tell the differences with the traditional aesthetic massage and how it can help maintain and improve their welfare state.

CR 3.2 The effects and benefits that can be achieved via work reflects on the body, communicate customer, ensuring quality of service.

CR 3.3
aesthetic massage technique to apply pressure, periodicity, duration and costs to the customer communicate using communication protocols established by the company, to sign the informed consent.

CR 3.4 ethical standards are applied to ensure confidentiality and protection of personal data of the customer.

RP 4: Perform maneuvers aesthetic pressure massage and body reflexology techniques, selected according to the parameters established in the working protocol to individualize treatment, ensuring quality and health and safety conditions.
CR 4.1
body reflexology techniques are applied, based on the standards set by the company on clothing, hygiene and personal image, fulfilling the conditions of postural hygiene and standards applicable health and safety at work.

CR 4.2 The customer settles into the couch, chair, futon, tatami, among others, for the realization of pressure massage in the position indicated treatment requirements and reflects the anatomical area to be treated.
stains, skin temperature, irrigation, transpiration, opacity or brightness, skin quality:
CR 4.3 The area or areas to be treated in order to determine whether there are painful blockages, observing aspects that enable an assessment as exploring and symmetry or asymmetry, identifying the relative or absolute contraindications to decide adapt or suspend treatment.

CR 4.4 The reflex zones of the selected treatment: feet, hands, ear, spine, among others, are prepared following the protocol.

CR 4.5 The maneuvers and body reflexology techniques are applied in position, sitting or standing, to promote the provision of customer service.

CR 4.6 diaphragmatic breathing techniques in the area at the beginning of the session is performed, so that the customer is familiar with them, continuing throughout treatment, in synchronization with the work of facial reflexology and / or body.

CR 4.7 Massaging reflex points corresponding to the organs or areas to stimulate applied sequentially and rhythmically adapting the duration and intensity of the pressure of the maneuvers, the area to be treated and respecting the guidelines established in the protocol, and customer response, preventing any inconvenience.
CR 4.8
procedures reflexology massage techniques are performed according to standard protocols work, applying quality standards and health and safety established for the service, recording in the data sheet incidents that occur during the session.

RP 5: Perform oriental massage techniques and maneuvers aesthetic pressure massage, selected according to the parameters established in the treatment protocol, to customize the service, ensuring compliance with the standards of quality and safety and hygiene conditions.

CR 5.1 Preparation for the provision of oriental massage techniques and massage maneuvers pressure is performed, based on the established rules on clothing, hygiene and personal image and using relaxation techniques and concentration indicated.

CR 5.2 The client settles into the couch, chair, chair, futon, among others, in supine, prone, lateral or sitting depending on the treatment area and massage technique and type of selected maneuvers.

CR 5.3 The body scan is done, noting if there are areas or painful blockages and looking at the key points that allow an assessment: stains, skin temperature, irrigation, transpiration, opacity or brightness, skin quality and symmetry or asymmetry between the two sides of the face, for determining the treatment parameters.

CR 5.4 Alterations involving a relative or absolute contraindication to massage pressure, are identified to adapt the protocol working conditions and client state for the record in the data sheet.
CR 5.5
breathing techniques are performed at the beginning of the session so that the customer is familiar with them, continuing throughout the process, in synchronization with the work of oriental massage and / or pressure massage maneuvers.

CR 5.6 The massage area is determined as general or specific, to select the technique and maneuvers to be performed on the points of power lines or meridians, watching the walls set time, intensity and rhythm, according to the protocol.

CR 5.7
selected oriental massage maneuvers are performed, starting from the left side, fingers or hands on the treatment area, perpendicular and progressive, on the points of power lines or meridians, watching the walls of direction, time, intensity and rhythm to achieve the desired effects, observing customer response, preventing any inconvenience.

CR 5.8 The position for the implementation of oriental massage techniques and / or pressure massage maneuvers adapts to the anatomic area of ​​treatment, monitor the position of legs, arms and hands during the development of oriental massage session , to exert pressure with the weight of his body, avoiding postural discomfort.

RP 6: To evaluate the overall quality of service techniques aesthetic pressure massage, applying the standards of quality control to optimize the service and communication protocols, following the standards applicable facilities, equipment and products, proposing corrective measures in case of deviations, and ensuring customer satisfaction.

CR 6.1 The degree of customer satisfaction with aesthetic massage technique pressure and the treatment received is evaluated through questionnaires, sample questions and direct observation, noting that there has been no development during their discomfort or pain in the area treated, scoring in the data sheet possible incidents.

CR 6.2 The quality of services is assessed by comparing the information obtained with the quality indicators established by the company to optimize the service.

CR 6.3 corrective measures to optimize the services provided are proposed to improve service quality and customer service, achieving satisfaction.
Professional context
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Means of production
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Stands for execution Massage Pressure: futon, tatami mat, chair, chair, stool, wood and metal tools for the execution of the exercises according to the technique, spatulas, suitable in all its forms cosmetic products, equipment looking energy points, cupping, moxa and electrostimulation, disposable underwear, lingerie natural fibers according to the selected technique. Products for cleaning, disinfection and / or sterilization of useful; germicides and sterilizers. Kit. Containers for recyclable and polluting material.

Products and results:

Aesthetic pressure massage, reflexology and custom oriental massages. Improving the aesthetic and functional circulatory disturbances. Improving fitness. technical specifications, monitoring and custom protocols.
Information used or generated
:

Blades anatomy and body reflexology, meridians and energy points and anatomical models. Manuals anatomy, physiology and pathology, body and facial reflexology, cosmetology, scanning procedures, massage, drainage, among others. ethical standards. Standard protocols aesthetic treatments and massage techniques. Customer protocols. Protocols hygiene, disinfection and sterilization. History aesthetic, technical specifications, monitoring cards. Reports sent or received from other professionals. Manuals: postural hygiene, occupational risk prevention, first aid and environmental protection. Regulations: establishments, spaces and facilities, protection of personal data and internal labor standards in relation to quality. audiovisual and multimedia programs. literature. professional journals.

COMPETITION UNIT 5: TECHNICAL ASSOCIATE A SENSORY MASSAGE aesthetic purposes

Level: 3

Code: UC0792_3

Professional accomplishments and performance criteria:

RP 1: Select sensory techniques combining them with aesthetic massage, to individualize treatment, depending on the aesthetic diagnosis and established protocol, respecting the needs and customer preferences.
CR 1.1
aesthetic exploration is carried out by applying diagnostic methods to identify physical characteristics, status, preferences, and customer expectations, collecting data in the data sheet.
CR 1.2
sensory techniques are selected according to the needs and customer preferences to establish the previous assumptions of realization, reflecting them in the data sheet.

CR 1.3 Sensory techniques that may be associated, among themselves and with other aesthetic techniques are selected according to the established protocol.


CR 1.4 Internal contraindications, external or occasional customer, to prevent sensory techniques applied are identified to adapt the treatment protocol and / or refer the client to another professional, reflecting the data in the data sheet.

RP 2: Prepare the facilities, tools and equipment for applying aesthetic associated with massage techniques or other sensory techniques, ensuring compliance with health and safety standards and quality established.

CR 2.1 Preparation for the service is performed according to established rules on clothing, hygiene and personal image and using relaxation techniques and concentration indicated.

CR 2.2 The cabin is conditioned for applying the treatment of sensory techniques, selecting the products, means and equipment, checking that they are in working order for use.
CR 2.3
essential oils and carriers are prepared for use in individual containers in strict compliance with dosage, area and mode of application, preferences and conditions of the client, and others referring to the protocol specifications.

CR 2.4 The music is selected to suit customer needs, depending on the following factors: temperament, preferences, type and condition of the person at the time of the treatment.

CR 2.5 The equipment and accessories for the application of color therapy, timely or scanning, preparing for their application according to the guidelines set forth in the standard protocol.
CR 2.6
cabin, material and equipment are prepared after use, to verify that are cleansed and disinfected or sterilized and ordered for a new service.

RP 3: Inform customer to advise on the properties of sensory techniques associated with the selected aesthetic massage and the beneficial effects that produce physical, mental and emotional level, using communication protocols and quality standards established.

CR 3.1 Essential oils are selected through olfactory test, according to their properties and effects, to meet the aesthetic preferences and customer needs.
CR 3.2
oils chosen as a result of tests carried communicate customer, detailing its effects and sensations that will perceive to obtain the desired results.

CR 3.3 chromotherapy associated relaxation massage, stimulation, among others, is selected by specifying the sensations and effects produced, for transmission to the client.

CR 3.4 The customer selected music communicates, highlighting the complementary effects produced to improve your mood and relaxation, among others.

CR 3.5 The care to improve the results obtained after the massage session the client communicate, to advise on the guidelines and application techniques, following established quality parameters.

RP 4: Perform techniques aesthetic facial and body massage, sensory techniques associating aromatherapy and herbal medicine to supplement the effects of treatment, ensuring compliance with quality standards and health and safety apply.

CR 4.1 The application of aromatherapy is valued making the aesthetic diagnosis to check that conforms to state and characteristics of the client, collecting the data in the data sheet.

CR 4.2 protocols including aesthetic aromatherapy massage associated with other aesthetic techniques are customized to suit the needs and demands of the customer.

CR 4.3 Alterations or allergies that may pose a relative or absolute contraindications are identified, to adapt the standard protocol, collecting data in the data sheet.
CR 4.4
essential and carrier or base oils are selected to prepare the specific dosage, following the directions of the laboratories.

CR 4.5 Aesthetic treatments associated with sensory techniques and essential oils are applied following the established protocol and the manufacturer, in safety and hygiene conditions.

CR 4.6 The protocol established adapts to customize the aesthetic treatment, determining the data sheet: the associated technical, oils and essences, session frequency and patterns of conduct.

CR 4.7 The technical procedures of applying techniques aromatherapy and herbal medicine, are organized to carry them out in accordance with standard operating protocols.


CR 4.8 The customer responses to essential oils, aromatherapy and herbal medicine are observed during the process for possible adverse reactions, if any, corrective measures will be proposed, for the record in the data sheet.

RP 5: Perform techniques aesthetic facial and body massage, music therapy associating sensory techniques to meet the needs and customer demands, complying with the applicable regulations.

CR 5.1 protocols work aesthetic massages are customized to include music therapy as a technique associated, depending on the needs and demands of the customer.

CR 5.2 Respiratory preparation techniques for aesthetic massages are performed associated with music therapy and relaxation achieving greater effectiveness in treatment.

CR 5.3 Music therapy as individual skills and techniques associated with other aesthetic and welfare, is selected and used depending on the purpose, features and objectives of each.
CR 5.4
negative emotional aspects that may exist in relation to a particular type of melodies are identified to prevent their use, recorded in the data sheet.
CR 5.5
tabs personalized treatments, tailored according to the established protocol indicating: selected music, manual or mechanical techniques associated, cosmetology, timing and patterns of conduct.

CR 5.6 The environmental conditions of light, color and temperature, among others, are associated with music therapy to achieve the desired effects, accommodating customer depending on the area to be treated.

CR 5.7 The technical procedures for the application of music therapy techniques, efectuándolos are organized according to standard protocols work and set standards of quality and safety.
CR 5.8
customer reactions to the music therapy are observed during the process and, in case of an adverse response, corrective measures are proposed, for the record in the data sheet.

RP 6: Perform techniques aesthetic facial and body massage, color therapy associating sensory techniques to complement the personalized treatment, according to customer needs and following the established quality criteria.

CR 6.1 The selection criteria of the color range to be used are established depending on the condition and needs of the client, ensuring compliance with established safety standards.

6.2 CR tabs are customized treatments, according to the established protocol, and identifying alterations relative or absolute contraindications to indicate aesthetic massage techniques, cosmetology, its realization timing and patterns.

CR 6.3 Chromatherapy applies in the environmental conditions that set the custom protocol, accommodating customer depending on the area to try to ensure their comfort and the effectiveness of treatment.

CR 6.4 The color of the lights and application parameters are selected chromotherapy, according to program established treatment protocol.

CR 6.5 application techniques chromotherapy: environmental, punctual, in sweeping, among others, are selected, to apply according to the treatment protocol established, customer needs and the results that are intended to promote.

CR 6.6 The technical procedures of applying chromatic techniques are organized are to be performed according to standard protocols work and quality standards and safety regulations.
CR 6.7
customer reactions to color therapy are observed during the process, to propose corrective measures in case of adverse responses, recording in the data sheet.

RP 7: Perform techniques aesthetic facial and body massage, sensory associating complementary techniques or novel (pindas, sachets, salts, powders, stones of various kinds, quartz, etc.) material to complement the treatment, ensuring compliance with standards of quality and safety and hygiene conditions.

CR 7.1 The application of complementary or new material is selected, making the aesthetic diagnosis, to ensure that they conform to the state and characteristics of the client, collecting the data in the data sheet.

CR 7.2 protocols including complementary aesthetic massage or novel material are customized to suit customer needs, indicating the selected techniques, frequency of sessions and conduct guidelines.


CR 7.3 Alterations or allergies that may pose a relative or absolute contraindications are identified, to adapt the treatment protocol and reflect them in the data sheet.

CR 7.4 Complementary or novel techniques such as individual technique or associated with other, are selected depending on the purpose, features and objectives of each.

CR 7.5 The technical procedures for the implementation of additional or new techniques are organized, preparing materials or equipment, according to the safety and hygiene conditions.
CR 7.6
personalized cosmetic treatment is applied, following the established protocol and observing the response of the client during the process, to propose corrective measures adopted in the case of adverse reactions and for the record in the data sheet.

RP 8: To evaluate the overall quality of service associated with sensory aesthetic massage techniques, applying the standards of quality control to optimize the service and communication protocols, following the standards applicable facilities, equipment and products, proposing corrective measures in case of deviations, and ensuring customer satisfaction.

CR 8.1 The degree of customer satisfaction with the service provided and the treatment received is evaluated through questionnaires, sample questions and direct observation, noting any incidents.

CR 8.2 The quality of services is assessed by comparing the information obtained with the quality indicators established by the company to optimize the service.

CR 8.3 corrective measures to optimize the services provided are proposed to improve quality and customer satisfaction.
Professional context
:
Means of production
:

Supports for conducting sensory techniques. Furnishings ergonomic height adjustable stretcher, recliner, coffee table, closet to store specific essential oils, refrigerator, useful and specific lingerie. Aromatherapy products: essential oils, carrier or base oils, hydrosols, cosmetic support, compresses, poultices, diffusers, burners oils, scented candles, scented sachets, pouches, salts, powders, stones of various kinds, quartz, among others. Equipment for hearing music, selection of tracks and interchangeable associations phases with scheduled time. different melodies classified files. specific appliance for applying Cromoterapia, LED systems, spotlights, among others. Products for cleaning, disinfection and / or sterilization of useful; germicides and sterilizers. Kit. Containers for recyclable and polluting material.

Products and results:

Massage aesthetic associated with aromatherapy, color therapy and music therapy. physical, rest and relaxation welfare. facial or body aesthetic treatments associated with sensory techniques.
Information used or generated
:

Technical Information: aromatherapy, music therapy and chromotherapy. Sheets anatomy anatomical models. Manuals anatomy, physiology and pathology, cosmetology, diagnosis, massage, drainage, treatments, electrotherapy. Technical documentation on equipment for chromotherapy and music therapy. ethical standards. Standard protocols aesthetic treatments and massage techniques. Customer protocols. Hygiene and disinfection protocols. History aesthetic and technical specifications. Reports sent or received from other professionals. Manuals: postural hygiene, occupational risk prevention, first aid and environmental protection. Regulations: establishments, spaces and facilities, protection of personal data and internal labor standards in relation to quality. audiovisual and multimedia programs. literature. professional journals.

Training Module 1: DIAGNOSIS AND PROTOCOLS AND SENSORY MASSAGE AESTHETIC TECHNICAL

Level: 3

Code: MF0789_3

Associate UC: Perform aesthetic design protocols integrating diagnosis and massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory aesthetic purposes

Duration: 90 hours

Skills and evaluation criteria:

C1: Analyze body structures, physiology and pathology (skeletal system, muscular, nervous, circulatory and lymphatic blood, etc.) to identify facial and body aesthetic alterations that can be treated with aesthetic lymphatic drainage massage techniques and sensory.

CE1.1 identify the structures of organs and systems of the human body linking them with their duties.


CE1.2 Describe the cutaneous organ explaining its structure and functions.

CE1.3 identify the composition and function of the epicutaneous emulsion, establishing criteria that will recognize the types of skin and cosmetic needs.

CE1.4 Explain the effects that manual techniques have on skin absorption and penetration of cosmetics.

CE1.5 Describe the characteristics, signs, symptoms, causes and evolution of facial and body disorders amenable to treatment by manual and sensory techniques, explaining the affected structures and their locations.

CE1.6 In a practical course of evaluation of the characteristics of the model:

- Analyze the skin of the face and body, identifying its type.

- Identify inestetismis describing the affected structures and possible causes.

- Identify inestetismis describing the most appropriate massage technique and aesthetic sense.

- Are there any signs of disease that contraindicate the application of manual techniques and / or sensory.

- Express aesthetic diagnosis and massage techniques indicated.

C2: Apply diagnostic techniques for aesthetic massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory evaluating the characteristics and conditions of the model to meet the standards of safety and health.

CE2.1 Develop models of professional documentation as aesthetic history, diagnosis sheet, informed consent and report to refer to the model to other professionals, justifying the different sections and questions, for aesthetic diagnosis.

CE2.2 Develop standardized for aesthetic diagnosis taking into account the resources available in the classroom protocols.

CE2.3 Apply diagnostic techniques aesthetic explaining its principles and purpose.

CE2.4 In a practical course of aesthetic diagnosis:

- Apply interview techniques detecting the needs and demands of the model.

- Apply technical means and diagnostic equipment, following the established protocol.

- Identify the signs of abnormalities or health circumstances model which militate against application of manual and sensory techniques, recording in the data sheet and model arguing about that situation.

- Develop a referral report for situations which militate against application of manual techniques and / or sensory.

- Identify posttraumatic alterations treatable with aesthetic lymphatic drainage techniques.

- Interpret the information obtained, identifying the demands, needs and expectations model, emitting a professional diagnosis.

- Adapting the standard protocol to the needs and demands of the model.

C3: Apply communication skills to report the results of aesthetic diagnosis, presenting the model the treatment approach, integrating sensory aesthetic massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and / or and applying ethical standards.

Establish criteria and protocols CE3.1 customer: protocol reception and farewell courtesies, telephone service and professional attitude during the service.

CE3.2 In a case study interview with model, for information on their needs and demands:

- Observe the model identifying their demands on an active listener to obtain data on their customs, habits and personal care.

- Articulate questions leading to collect information from the demands and expectations of the model, as well as their habits regarding use of cosmetic products and cosmetic services.

- Interpret the information obtained, identifying the demands and needs of the model and issuing a professional diagnosis.

- Collect information obtained in the data sheet model.

CE3.3 In a practical course of preparation and submission of proposal for aesthetic manual massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory:

- Make a proposal for application of cosmetic treatment, combining manual techniques and using technical resources and new technologies.

- Describe the technical processes, number and frequency of sessions, duration and cost.

- Develop the design of the proposal to be submitted documented.

- Presenting the proposal, applying techniques of communication and social skills.


CE3.4 Explain the ethical standards to be applied in the relationship with the client manuals and sensory aesthetic techniques, ensuring the confidentiality and protection of personal data.

C4: Identify the mechanisms of action and effects of cosmetics used in the application of aesthetic and sensory massage techniques to establish the selection criteria and application.

CE4.1 Sort cosmetics for manual and sensory function of its active ingredients, effects and mechanism of action techniques.

CE4.2 Identify the components of a cosmetic that can trigger adverse skin reactions, indicating the signs and symptoms to be evaluated to predict its occurrence.

CE4.3 Establish selection criteria based cosmetics skin type, the type of massage and aesthetic effects that want to get.

CE4.4 identify the origin, extraction methods and basic composition of the groups of aromatic substances used in aromatherapy.

CE4.5 Sort essential oils according to their effects on the body explaining their mechanisms of action.

CE4.6 determine the criteria to be used to calculate the dose of application of essential oils in aesthetic manual techniques by mixing with carrier oils or other cosmetics.

CE4.7 Outlining the factors that can cause changes in the composition of cosmetics and groups of aromatic substances, describing patterns of handling, preservation and storage.

C5: Develop standard operating protocols, including customer care processes aesthetic application of massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory as well as the procedures for cleaning, disinfection and sterilization facilities and technical means , relating to the security and personal hygiene.

CE5.1 Describe methods of cleaning, disinfection or sterilization for treating facilities and technical means, considering its features, materials, use and type of common pollutants.

CE5.2 Specify how you should do the cleaning, disinfection and sterilization of the tools and equipment with regard to methods, times and select items.
Determine CE5.3
useful to be sterilized and disinfected or methods required for each.

CE5.4 Discard single-use material in conditions of safety and respect for the environment.

Ce5.5 Describe personal protective measures to ensure the prevention of health risks in the aesthetic processes massage, lymphatic drainage and sensory techniques.

CE5.6 design standard hygiene, disinfection and / or sterilization facilities, technical means and equipment in the application of massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory protocols, following the applicable regulations on safety and hygiene.
Design protocols CE5.7
customer: welcome, service delivery, bounce, among others, taking into account the general characteristics given center and the type of customers.

CE5.8 In a practical course of care model:

- Make the model type questions to inform us about their treatment before, during and after aesthetic diagnosis.

- Implement the standards of behavior, attitude and communication established by the company.

- Identify scoring satisfaction possible incidents and proposing corrective measures to optimize service delivery.

C6: Determine the mechanisms of action and effects of media used in the application of sensory techniques: aromatherapy, color therapy, music therapy, or other as partners to manual or mechanical massage for aesthetic purposes.

CE6.1 Explain the benefits that sensory techniques can have on the body and associated with manual techniques aesthetic.

CE6.2 Describe the characteristics of electromagnetic radiation in the visible spectrum and its influence on living beings.

CE6.3 explain color theory relating it to the influence of colors on the body and its applications in aesthetic treatments.

CE6.4 Identify the effects of the application of color therapy for aesthetic purposes, indications, precautions and contraindications.

CE6.5 recognize the nature and forms of sound propagation, identifying both positive and negative effects of music on the body and its applications in aesthetic treatments.


CE6.6 Explain the selection criteria and parameters and forms of application of the types of melodies, relating to aesthetic treatments.

CE6.7 Describe the pathways for aromatic substances through the skin and airways and their applications in aesthetic treatments.

CE6.8 Describe the effects, indications, precautions and contraindications of aromatherapy on the body, explaining the application forms and selection criteria.

C7: To analyze the scientific basis, effects, indications, precautions and contraindications of aesthetic massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory aesthetic purposes, relating indicated aesthetic alterations.

CE7.1 List the effects of massage on the body aesthetic, indications, precautions and contraindications.

CE7.2 Explain the effects of MLD on the body, indications, precautions and contraindications.

CE7.3 establish the foundation of the pressure massage: energy points and meridians, relating to alterations of aesthetic treatment.

CE7.4 Describe the anatomical and physiological parameters, effects, indications and contraindications of reflexology: areas, reflex points, among others.

CE7.5 Identify the signs and symptoms of skin and possible diseases or other health conditions that contraindicate manual application of technical alterations.

C8: Develop custom work protocols that include the application of aesthetic massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and associated sensory aesthetic purposes.

CE8.1 determine the selection criteria of massage techniques and sensory and association with other aesthetic to develop custom application protocols such techniques techniques.

CE8.2 Select cosmetics for developing custom protocols associated with sensory massage techniques for aesthetic purposes.

CE8.3 Register in the data sheet data on the model and the treatment protocol, indicating the number of sessions, sequencing and timing thereof, session length, cost of treatment and home personal care.

CE8.4 In a practical course of development of custom protocols to the demands and needs of the model:

- Ask questions to the model to provide information about your health and circumstances that may influence the choice of manual and / or sensory techniques.

- Select technical or associated techniques.

- Develop the proposed work protocols taking into account the demands, needs and expectations of the model.

- Indicate in the protocol security measures and personal hygiene and facilities, means and equipment.

- Explain the advice that should receive the model of healthy living guidelines, home care cosmetics and other measures that serve to optimize the results of the proposed treatment.

CE8.5 indicate parameters that define the quality of facilities, technical equipment, products and service delivery, under the applicable rules.

CE8.6 determine whether the standard operating protocols are consistent with the means available and the demands of customers.

CE8.7 Establish criteria for verifying compliance and monitoring protocols established work, designing models for recording processes.

Capabilities whose acquisition should be completed in a real working environment:

C1 respect CE1.6; C2 and CE2.4 CE2.3 respect; C3 and CE3.3 CE3.2 respect; C5 respect CE5.8; C8 respect to CE8.4.
Other capabilities
:

Responsibility for the work carried out and the fulfillment of the objectives.

Demonstrate a good professional.

Demonstrate care and concern for successfully meeting the needs of customers.
Demonstrate interest
extensive knowledge of the organization and its processes.

Communicate effectively with the right people at all times, respecting the established channels within the organization.

Finish work according to criteria of suitability, speed, economy and efficiency.

Contents:

1. Description of anatomy, physiology and human pathology, related to the types of aesthetic massage and sensory techniques


Anatomy, physiology and pathology of organs and body systems related to the application of manual techniques: skeletal, muscular, nervous system, blood circulatory system and lymphatic system, endocrine system, excretory system, reproductive system, immune system.

Respiratory, digestive tract.

The sense organs.

The skin organ: structure and functions.

Routes of skin penetration.

Factors favoring the penetration of cosmetics.

Facial and body aesthetic skin disorders related to the implementation of manual and sensory techniques: description, nature of the alteration, structures affected.

2. Cosmetics used in the application of techniques of aesthetic and sensory massage

Assets and cosmetic forms. Penetration mechanisms and action.

Cosmetics hygiene.

Cosmetics for manual and mechanical aesthetic massages.

Cosmetics for specific aesthetic alterations: circulatory, sagging skin, fat deposits, among others.

Storage and Handling of cosmetics.

Regulations related to cosmetics.

Phytocosmetics and aromatherapy applied to aesthetic and sensory massage.

Aromatics: origin, extraction (expression, distillation, maceration, among others), compositing and effects.

Bases or delivery vehicles. Hydrolats.

Classification of essential oils. aesthetic applications. Doses, mixtures and effects on the body.

Routes penetration of essential oils. Mechanisms of action. Indications, precautions and contraindications for topical application and olfactory.

Adverse reactions to cosmetics.

3. Aesthetic massage techniques. sensory chromotherapy and music therapy techniques for aesthetic purposes

Aesthetic massage. Classification, effects, precautions, indications and contraindications.
Manual lymphatic drainage
: immediate and delayed effects, local and remote.

Precautionary measures, indications and contraindications relative and absolute.

Pressure massage: energy and meridians. Effects, aesthetic indications and contraindications.

Reflexology: points and reflex zones. Effects, indications, precautions and contraindications. Chromotherapy. Effects of electromagnetic radiation on living beings.

Radiation in the visible spectrum. Effects of chromotherapy for aesthetic purposes. Indications, precautions and contraindications.

Music Therapy: nature and forms of propagation of sound. Sound qualities.

Effects of music therapy on the organism and its uses for aesthetic purposes.

Criteria and application parameters of the melodies.

4. aesthetic diagnosis and logging of application processes and sensory massage techniques

The interview as a means of studying the customer.

Professional documentation: aesthetic history, technical data, informed consent, report to refer to other professionals.

Diagnostic techniques.

Specific equipment and resources for the study of the characteristics and conditions of the customer. professional ethics.

Protocol elements: processes, sequencing, timing, technical means and equipment. Customer protocols. Standardized diagnostic protocols and beauty treatments. Protocols manual techniques: aesthetic massage, lymphatic drainage and pressure techniques. Protocols sensory techniques: aromatherapy, color therapy, and music therapy, among others.

Standard protocols aesthetic treatments combining manual and / or sensory techniques. Hygiene and safety associated with the diagnosis and application of manuals and sensory techniques for aesthetic purposes.

Protocols cleaning, disinfection and sterilization facilities, materials, facilities and equipment.

Hygiene and safety standards in the application of manual techniques for aesthetic purposes.

First Aid or accidents related to the application of manual and sensory techniques for aesthetic purposes.

5. Application quality diagnosis and aesthetic development of protocols with massage techniques and sensory

Parameters that define the quality of service.

Quality standards. Quality criteria.

Techniques to evaluate the service and degree of customer satisfaction.

Techniques for detecting deviation in providing diagnostic services and aesthetic design treatment protocols.

Technical customer.

Techniques specific social skills.


Techniques for resolving complaints.

Parameters context of training:

Spaces and facilities:

The spaces and facilities will answer in the form of classroom, classroom-workshop, practices, or unique space laboratory, the training needs in accordance with established professional context Competence Associated Unit, taking into account applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.

Professional trainer or trainer profile:

1. Mastery of knowledge and techniques related to the realization of aesthetic diagnosis and protocol design integrating massage techniques, lymphatic drainage and sensory aesthetic purposes, which is evidenced by the following two ways:

- Academic Training Level 1 (Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education) or other top-level related to the professional field.

- Professional experience of at least 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. pedagogical competence accredited in accordance with established by the competent authorities.

2 MODULE TRAINING MANUAL AND MECHANICAL MASSAGE AESTHETIC

Level: 3

Code: MF0063_3

Associate UC: Perform manual massage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes

Hours: 120

Skills and evaluation criteria:

C1: Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology in relation to manual maneuvers and aesthetic massage techniques and / or mechanical, relating to the characteristics and conditions of the model, to integrate them into massage treatments.

CE1.1 Explain the anatomical structures: skin, muscular system, bone, joints, nervous, circulatory, among others, related to the application of aesthetic massage techniques.
Describe CE1.2
body inestetismis treatable and aesthetic massage: circulatory, cellulitis, obesity, skin or muscle relaxation, muscle tension localized, among other identifying characteristics.

CE1.3 describe facial blemishes treatable and aesthetic massage: acne, abnormal secretions, adiposity, skin or muscle relaxation, aging, among others, identifying the most significant signs and symptoms.

CE1.4 Relate the characteristics of the techniques used in mechanical aesthetic massage with local, immediate and delayed physiological effects they can produce.

Quote CE1.5 massage techniques and relate the physiological effects of massage on the skin, muscles, nervous system and circulatory, indicating precautions, indications and contraindications techniques mechanical and manual massage.

CE1.6 Identify areas of the body that require caution in the application of manual and mechanical massage aesthetic, indicating their characteristics.

CE1.7 Explain the differences between aesthetic massage and therapeutic massage.

CE1.8 In a case study protocol adaptation to the needs and demands of the model:

- Ask questions for evaluating the characteristics and conditions of the model.

- Check diagnostic data coincide with those of direct observation.

- Perform aesthetic exploration to adapt the protocol working conditions and status of the individual characteristics of the area, desired effects, and type of treatment.

- Identify pathological and not to derive aesthetic or collaborate with other professionals alterations.

- Identify body structures on acting techniques and massage maneuvers, explaining the benefits it provides aesthetic massage on body treatment area.

- Record on the data sheet data to consider in the application of massage.

C2: Apply facilities preparation techniques, tools and equipment for the practice of aesthetic manual massage techniques and / or mechanical, following established conditions and health and safety protocols.

CE2.1 Explain the rules prior to the application of various massage techniques self-preparation: postural hygiene, manual exercises, personal hygiene, clothing and footwear, among others, for performing the massage.

CE2.2 indicate guidelines to follow for preparing the massage room: furniture, specific lingerie, auxiliary equipment, environmental conditions, among others.


CE2.3 Describe the technical means used to carry out the massage linking them with the techniques and maneuvers.

CE2.4 List the health and safety standards in relation to the aesthetic manual and mechanical massage.

CE2.5 In a practical course of preparation and accommodation model, demonstrate the anatomical positions that can take depending on the type of massage and treatment area that is going to work.

CE2.6 Explain the criteria for the selection and preparation of cosmetic products used in massage techniques, relating to types of aesthetic massage.

CE2.7 In a practical course of preparation of facilities, equipment and means, in safety and health:

- Prepare the massage cabin adjusting the temperature, light, sound, among others.

- Prepare equipment model: sabanilla, towels, robe, among others.

- Prepare materials: containers, spatulas, dispensers, and cosmetics among others: emulsions, oils, gels, blisters, among others.

C3: Apply communication techniques, reporting on the characteristics of aesthetic massage technique manual and / or mechanical proposed, identifying possible precautions and contraindications, establishing health and safety standards indicated for these processes.

CE3.1 Explain the aspects that distinguish the aesthetic massage therapeutic massage.

CE3.2 Identify the signs and symptoms that are a relative or absolute contraindication in applying aesthetic massage.

CE3.3 Describe the conditions of hygiene and safety of massage, the client, the cabin and the means to be used for the realization of aesthetic massage.

CE3.4 Develop an informed debate about the art of massage and aesthetic application area consent, including indications and contraindications of massage aesthetic.

CE3.5 In a practical course of evaluating potential risks aesthetic massage treatments:

- Identify the signs and symptoms of the model corresponding to aesthetic or alterations pathologies that may pose a relative or absolute contraindication and if necessary, draw up an appropriate professional referral.

CE3.6 List the guidelines in the information model of sensations, effects, precautions, sessions, time and results.

CE3.7 Explain the ethical standards to be applied to the activity of professional manual and mechanical massage for aesthetic purposes.

C4: Apply deftly manually aesthetic facial and body massage, tailored to the needs of the model and selecting the maneuvers to define the massage technique.

CE4.1 Develop a manual that describes care of personal and professional hygiene practice requiring manual and mechanical techniques.

CE4.2 Describe how accommodative model for massage, indicating differences if facial or body, local or general.

CE4.3 Identify maneuvers manual massage and application parameters: intensity and rhythm, order, direction and time, depending on the anatomical area to be treated and the various techniques of manual massage aesthetic.
Identify CE4.4
massage techniques: circulatory, invigorating, relaxing, among others, describing their application parameters, the effects they produce anatomical characteristics of the area to be treated, type of cosmetic alteration and specific to apply cosmetics, among others.

CE4.5 Explain the importance of massage for penetration of cosmetic products depending on skin type.

CE4.6 In a practical course of performing massage techniques and body on model:

- Select cosmetics and technical aids for implementation.

- Demonstrate ergonomic positions to be undertaken by the masseur, according to the treatment areas.

- Perform the pre-treatment model breathing techniques.

- Apply muscle stretching depending on the anatomical area, indicating the effects they produce and muscles involved.

- Apply in a sequence, depending on the type of technique and a particular anatomical location, massage maneuvers.

CE4.7 In a practical course of conducting protocols aesthetic massage in different body areas:

- Select the type of massage and maneuvers to be performed.

- Select cosmetics and complementary techniques: stretching, respiratory, sensory, among others.

- Determine the duration of treatment, number of sessions, time and expected results.


C5: Apply deftly aesthetic facial and body massage by mechanical means, selecting the equipment and processing parameters to define the different techniques in health and safety conditions.

CE5.1 Accommodate the model for massage, indicating differences if facial or body, local or general.

CE5.2 Identify mechanical massage techniques: vibration, vacuum pressure, among others, relating to the effects that you wish to achieve.

CE5.3 Identify application techniques mechanical massage systems and relate relative and absolute contraindications.

CE5.4 In a practical course of performing techniques of facial and body mechanical massage:

- Select specific cosmetics of each technique.

- Apply mechanical massage techniques with their technical and media requirements, taking into account the indications and contraindications.

- Inform the model of sensations, effects, precautions, sessions, time and results.

Ce5.5 In a practical course of development of mechanical massage protocols:

- Select the type of massage, application parameters and technique to follow.

- Select cosmetics indicated and complementary techniques.

- Report to model the duration of treatment, number of sessions, time and expected results.

C6: Apply techniques for assessing the parameters that determine the quality of the service manual massage techniques and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes, and the attention, asking questions to identify the degree of customer satisfaction and proposing measures to correct deviations.

CE6.1 Identify the parameters that define the quality of processes and service provided in the application of techniques of facial and body massage.

CE6.2 determine and explain the criteria for assessing the quality of service and results.
Ask questions CE6.3
kind to assess the degree of customer satisfaction with the service provided and personal care.

CE6.4 In a practical course of care model:

- Receive the model and accommodate in the treatment area.

- Develop sentences that allow communication with the model during and after the service.

- Implement the standards of behavior, attitudes and protocolled communication.

- Apply techniques to assess the quality of service.

- Propose corrective measures to optimize the service.

Capabilities whose acquisition should be completed in a real working environment:

C1 respect CE1.8; C2 and CE2.7 CE2.5 respect; C3 respect CE3.5; C4 respect CE4.6 CE4.7 and; CE5.4 and C5 respect ce5.5; C6 respect to CE6.4.
Other capabilities
:

Responsibility for the work carried out and the fulfillment of the objectives.

Demonstrate a good professional.

Demonstrate care and concern for successfully meeting the needs of customers.
Demonstrate interest
extensive knowledge of the organization and its processes.

Communicate effectively with the right people at all times, respecting the established channels within the organization.

Finish work according to criteria of suitability, speed, economy and efficiency.

Contents:

1. Description of anatomy, physiology and human pathology associated with manual massage aesthetic and / or mechanical

Anatomo-physiological concepts related to the practice of massage systems: musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory, nervous and endocrine systems.

The aesthetic massage.

Effects of massage on the various organs and systems: immediate, delayed, local and general.

Precautions, indications and contraindications of massage.
Methods
aesthetic exploration pre massage.

Technical details physical and psychological characteristics history, documentation, medical data, and lifestyle habits.

Aesthetic design custom protocols based on the application of massage.

Parameters that define the quality of service aesthetic massage.

Techniques to evaluate the service and degree of customer satisfaction.

Techniques for detecting deviation in providing massage services.

Techniques for resolving complaints.

2. Personal and technical means in performing manual massage aesthetic and / or mechanical

Cabin environmental conditions, temperature, lighting, furniture and equipment.

Cosmetics for the application of massage: cosmetic forms and selection criteria.


Hygiene and disinfection measures related to the practice of massage: cosmetics, massage table or massage chair and lingerie.

Professional Image (care and preparation of hand, ergonomics, etc.).
Stretches and exercises
hands.

Postural hygiene for conducting professional massage.

Techniques specific social skills.

Customer, accommodation and communication.

Positions client for performing massage: supine: supine, prone and lateral.

Hygiene and healthy habits.

3. Diagnosis and aesthetic protocols manual and mechanical massage for aesthetic purposes

Analysis of demands and customer needs.

Techniques to detect the demands, needs and customer expectations.

Communication techniques.

Diagnosis aesthetic. Imaging methods.

Communication with other professionals.

Design technical documentation: technical specifications of the client, aesthetic history, referral report, informed consent, among others.

Design and development of custom protocols massage.

4. Maneuvers, technical and aesthetic types of manual massage

Maneuvers Massage: afloraciones, rubbing, friction, pressure, kneading, pellizqueos, percussion, vibration, among others.

Parameters maneuvers aesthetic massage: direction, pressure intensity, rhythm, time.

Criteria for selection. Precautions and contraindications.

Zonal facial and body massage: specific maneuvers.

Types of facial and body massage: circulatory, firming, relaxing, modeler, pre and post operative, among others.

Breathing techniques: foundation and application. Stretches.

5. Application equipment with mechanical massage aesthetic effect

Mechanical massage effect: characteristics, effects and indications.

Vibration equipment, description.

Pressure equipment: pressure therapy, vacuum therapy and dermoaspiración, among others, description.

Application techniques of different teams.

Physiological effects. Precautions, indications and contraindications relative and absolute. Maintenance and conservation.

Parameters context of training:

Spaces and facilities:

The spaces and facilities will answer in the form of classroom, classroom-workshop, practices, or unique space laboratory, the training needs in accordance with established professional context Competence Associated Unit, taking into account applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.

Professional trainer or trainer profile:

1. Mastery of knowledge and techniques related to performing manual massages and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes, which is evidenced by the following two ways:

- Academic Training Level 1 (Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education) or other top-level related to the professional field.

- Professional experience of at least 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. pedagogical competence accredited in accordance with established by the competent authorities.

Training Module 3: MANUAL AESTHETIC LYMPH DRAINAGE AND MECHANICAL

Level: 3

Code: MF0790_3

Associate UC: Perform manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes

Duration: 150 hours

Skills and evaluation criteria:

C1: Apply diagnostic techniques to select the maneuvers and related physiology and anatomy of the human body techniques, designing treatment protocol that incorporates manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes.

CE1.1 Describe the structure and physiology of the lymphatic system collectors, chains or lymphatic channels, vessels, capillaries and lymph nodes associated with the application technique of manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical.

CE1.2 List the pathologies (infection, circulatory disorders: phlebitis, lymphangitis, stroke, thrombosis, among others) that contraindicate the application of lymphatic drainage.

CE1.3 Describe aesthetic structural or functional alterations type: cellulite, fluid retention in the tissues, edematous anatomical areas, among others, indicated to treat with manual lymphatic drainage, identifying signs and symptoms.

CE1.4 analyze the physiological effects of lymphatic drainage on the body and its importance for the maintenance of health, wellness and beauty.

List CE1.5
bad habits of dress, posture, among others, which hinder the lymphatic circulation, favoring aesthetic alterations.

CE1.6 Identify precautions and contraindications relative and absolute manual lymphatic drainage.

CE1.7 In a case study of adaptation of standard lymphatic drainage to the needs and demands of model protocols:

- Ask questions for evaluating the characteristics and conditions of the person.

- Check diagnostic data coincide with those of direct observation.

- Perform aesthetic exploration to adapt the protocol working conditions and status of the individual characteristics of the area, desired effects and type of treatment.

- Identify pathological and not to derive aesthetic or collaborate with other professionals alterations.

- Locate and identify the body structures on acting techniques and maneuvers of manual lymphatic drainage.

- Explain the benefits provided by MLD on body treatment area.

- Record on the data sheet the most important to consider in the application of massage data.

CE1.8 Describe the effects of improvement that can occur when using lymphatic drainage complementary measures: physical exercise, balanced diet, specific cosmetics, among others, identifying which are indicated.

C2: Apply facilities preparation techniques, tools and equipment for the practice of manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes following established and in safety and hygiene protocols.

CE2.1 Explain the rules prior to the application of the technique of manual or mechanical lymphatic drainage personal preparation: manual exercises, postural hygiene, clothing, footwear, among others, to carry out the manual or mechanical lymphatic drainage.

CE2.2 Describe the guidelines to be followed for the preparation of the cabin: Specific lingerie, auxiliary equipment, environmental conditions, among others.

CE2.3 Describe the technical means used to carry out the MLD relating them to the maneuver and treatment areas.

CE2.4 Explain the safety and hygiene in connection with the manual and mechanical lymphatic drainage.

CE2.5 Explain the criteria for the selection and preparation of cosmetic products used in mechanical lymphatic drainage techniques.

CE2.6 In a practical case of accommodation of the model show the anatomical positions that can take depending on the type and area of ​​treatment to be applied.

Operations CE2.7 Apply hygiene and disinfection of materials and equipment used in carrying out the manual and mechanical drainage.

C3: Apply communication techniques, reporting on the characteristics of the technique of manual lymph drainage and / or mechanical with proposed aesthetic purposes, identifying possible precautions and contraindications, establishing health and safety standards indicated for these processes.

CE3.1 Identify the signs and symptoms that are a relative or absolute contraindication in the application of manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical.

CE3.2 Describe the conditions of hygiene and safety of massage, the client, the cabin and the means to be used for the completion of manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical.

CE3.3 Develop an informed debate about the technique of manual lymph drainage and / or mechanical and application area consent, including its indications.

CE3.4 In a practical course customer / model:

- Addressing the model before, during and after the service, following the standard protocol and techniques learned social skills.

CE3.5 In a practical course of evaluating potential risks in aesthetic treatments that manual lymphatic drainage techniques and / or mechanical are incorporated:

- Identify the signs and symptoms of the model corresponding to aesthetic or alterations pathologies that may pose a relative or absolute contraindication and if necessary, draw up an appropriate professional referral.

CE3.6 List the guidelines in the information model of sensations, effects, precautions, sessions, time and results.

C4: Apply manual lymphatic drainage techniques for aesthetic purposes in each anatomical area, following performance parameters defined in the treatment protocol and health and safety conditions.


CE4.1 Describe the conditions of hygiene and safety masseuse, customer, cabin and means to be applied in manual lymph drainage.

CE4.2 In a case study analysis of the needs and demands of the model, develop a data sheet and identify general and local symptoms and signs presented, based on:

- Personal data.

- Medical or professional reports.

- Exploration and palpation.

- Verbal communication and interview.

CE4.3 Develop an informed debate about the technique of manual and mechanical lymphatic drainage as well as the application area consent.

CE4.4 Identify drainage maneuvers: pumping, fixed circles, drag, draining lymph nodes, among others, explaining their differences.

CE4.5 Describe paths and lymphatic return direction to be followed from the area to the farthest node, in different areas of treatment.

CE4.6 explain the principles of drainage versus pressure, rate and direction to be performed to mimic the movements lymphatic flow.
List CE4.7
aesthetic alterations: edematous cellulite, circulatory ecstasy, congested skin, among others, that can be improved by applying the techniques of manual lymphatic drainage.

Course CE4.8 In a practical application of lymphatic drainage facial and body:

- Perform breathing techniques.

- Carry out maneuvers lymphatic drainage in a sequence, depending on the characteristics and needs of the model and the area to be treated.

- Explain the criteria for the selection of post-treatment cosmetic products: aesthetics to be treated, skin type, or other alteration.

C5: Apply mechanical lymphatic drainage techniques for aesthetic purposes, using equipment specified by selecting treatment parameters, following the established protocol and guidelines specified by the manufacturer.

CE5.1 Accommodate the model for mechanical lymphatic drainage, indicating differences if facial or body, local or general.

CE5.2 Describe the mechanical lymphatic drainage techniques: vibration, vacuum pressure, among others, relating to the effects that you wish to achieve.

CE5.3 Identify application techniques equipment mechanic lymphatic drainage, relate relative and absolute contraindications.

CE5.4 prepare the technical means for the implementation of mechanical lymphatic drainage in safety and hygiene conditions.

Ce5.5 prepare the model health and safety conditions for carrying out the mechanical lymphatic drainage.

CE5.6 Apply mechanical systems lymphatic drainage, according to the requirements of each technique: vibration, pressure therapy, vacuum pressure, among others, and the manufacturer.

CE5.7 In a practical course of performing mechanical techniques lymphatic drainage facial and body:

- Preparing the treatment area.

- Explain the model sensations that will perceive and achieve desired effects, controlling not suffer discomfort.

- Apply mechanical lymphatic drainage techniques observing parameters: intensity, rhythm, direction, pressure, decompression, frequency, time, among others, taking into account the sensitivity of the model.

- Sort the cabin for a new service, cleaning and disinfecting the means used.

C6: Apply manual lymphatic drainage techniques for aesthetic purposes, such as single or complementary to conducting pre and post operation treatment medicine and cosmetic surgery treatment, following established conditions and health and safety protocols.

CE6.1 Identify the status of the person who may preclude the application of manual lymphatic drainage maneuvers.

CE6.2 Accommodate the model for manual lymphatic drainage, indicating differences if facial or body, local or general.

CE6.3 Identify application techniques maneuvers manual lymphatic drainage, relate them to the relative and absolute contraindications.

CE6.4 Explain alterations or state that can present the client, aesthetic treatments post cosmetic surgery and require to be referred to the physician.

CE6.5 In a practical case of application of manual lymphatic drainage technique with models:

- Prepare technical means for implementation in safety and hygiene.

- Perform accommodation model.

- Identify the area and scanning, detecting possible alterations.

- Check prescriptions.


- Adapt or post standard medical treatments and cosmetic surgery techniques MLD protocols.

- Prepare the area to be treated.

- Select, where appropriate, sensory techniques that may be associated with lymphatic drainage treatment.

- Apply manual lymphatic drainage techniques, taking into account: intensity, rhythm, direction, pressure, decompression, frequency, time, among others, as the sensitivity of the model and achieve desired effects.

- Register incidents in the data sheet, indicating the evaluation and control of treatment.

CE6.6 protocols Perform lymphatic drainage in post surgical processes for the treatment of edema and ecchymosis following the advice of the physician.

CE6.7 Describe the guidelines in the monitoring and evaluation of aesthetic treatments MLD after cosmetic surgery.

C7: Apply techniques for assessing the parameters that determine the quality of service manual lymphatic drainage techniques and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes, and the attention, asking questions to identify the degree of customer satisfaction and proposing measures to correct deviations.

Quote CE7.1 parameters that define the quality of processes and service provided in the application of techniques lymphatic drainage facial and body aesthetic purposes.

CE7.2 Explain the criteria for assessing the quality of service provided lymphatic drainage techniques.

CE7.3 In a practical course of assessing the degree of satisfaction of service:

- Apply techniques to check the quality of service.

- Ask questions to assess the degree of customer satisfaction.

- Propose corrective measures to improve quality.

CE7.4 In a practical course with the help of models cater to the model before, during and after practice, applying the established rules of behavior.

CE7.5 Develop ethical guidelines for the activity of professional massage for aesthetic purposes, indicating the standards and values ​​of the profession.

Capabilities whose acquisition should be completed in a real working environment:

C1 respect CE1.7; C2 and CE2.7 CE2.6 respect; C3 and CE3.5 CE3.4 respect; C4 respect to CE4.2, CE4.8 CE4.3 and; complete C5; Full C6; C7 and CE7.4 CE7.3 respect.
Other capabilities
:

Responsibility for the work carried out and the fulfillment of the objectives.

Demonstrate a good professional.

Demonstrate care and concern for successfully meeting the needs of customers.
Demonstrate interest
extensive knowledge of the organization and its processes.

Communicate effectively with the right people at all times, respecting the established channels within the organization.

Finish work according to criteria of suitability, speed, economy and efficiency.

Contents:

1. Description of anatomy, physiology and human pathology related to manual and mechanical lymphatic drainage for aesthetic purposes

Lymphatic drainage: historical evolution. Differences with massage.

Lymphatic system. Lymphatic organs. Lymphatic vessels. Lymph nodes. Lymph. Travel lymph nodes and flows.

Physical concepts applied to this technique: filtration, absorption, osmosis, Starling balance.

Dividing lines and quadrants nodes.

Lymphatic drainage effects on organs and systems: immediate and delayed; local and remote.

Precautionary measures, indications and contraindications relative and absolute lymphatic drainage.

Diagnostic methods aesthetic and exploration.

Analysis of demands and customer needs.

Techniques to detect the demands, needs and customer expectations.

Communication with other professionals.

Action protocols in case of emergency.

Documentation. Data sheet. aesthetic history.

2. The media and the professional manual and mechanical lymphatic drainage for aesthetic purposes

Hygiene and practice related to lymphatic drainage disinfection.

Professional preparation.

Concentration and relaxation techniques.

Professional image: hygiene, clothing, accessories, hand care.

Postural hygiene: suitable for lymphatic drainage anatomical positions.
Exercises
hands and arms.

Cabin and equipment.


Health and safety conditions. Specific conditions: privacy, temperature, lighting, background music, color therapy.
Accommodation and preparation
customer.

Suitable for carrying out the lymphatic drainage Positions: supine, prone and lateral.

Parameters that define the quality of a service manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical.

Techniques to evaluate the service and degree of customer satisfaction.

Identification of the deviations in the service of lymphatic drainage.

Communication techniques.

Techniques specific social skills.

3. Manoeuvres and techniques for performing the MLD for aesthetic purposes

Lymphatic drainage Maneuvers: afloraciones, fixed circles, pumps, rotary-giving, combined. simultaneous and alternate application.
Areas
pretreatment of different body parts in the MLD. Zonal preparatory maneuvers and manual lymphatic drainage.

Parameters maneuvers lymphatic drainage: direction, intensity of pressure, rhythm, time. Criteria for selection.

Breathing techniques: foundation and application.

Aesthetic techniques associated with manual lymphatic drainage: massage, aromatherapy, color therapy, music therapy.

Lymphatic drainage techniques for aesthetic medicine and cosmetic surgery post treatments. aesthetic indications and effects of MLD in the post medical treatments and cosmetic surgery. post traumatic disorders related to medicine and cosmetic surgery that can be treated with lymphatic drainage: edema, ecchymosis, among others. Indications, precautions and contraindications relative or absolute in the application of these techniques.

4. Application equipment with mechanical lymphatic drainage effect and aesthetic purposes

Draining mechanical effect: characteristics, effects and indications.

Equipment variable currents, pressure therapy, vacunterapia include: description and application technique. Precautions and contraindications relative and absolute.

Maintenance and conservation.

Parameters context of training:

Spaces and facilities:

The spaces and facilities will answer in the form of classroom, classroom-workshop, practices, or unique space laboratory, the training needs in accordance with established professional context Competence Associated Unit, taking into account applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.

Professional trainer or trainer profile:

1. Mastery of knowledge and techniques related to the conduct of manual lymphatic drainage and / or mechanical aesthetic purposes, which is evidenced by the following two ways:

- Academic Training Level 1 (Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education) or other top-level related to the professional field.

- Professional experience of at least 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. pedagogical competence accredited in accordance with established by the competent authorities.

Training Module 4: AESTHETIC MASSAGE TECHNIQUES WITH PRESSURE

Level: 3

Code: MF0791_3

Associate UC: Perform pressure massage techniques for aesthetic purposes

Duration: 150 hours

Skills and evaluation criteria:

C1: Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology in relation to the maneuvers and techniques of aesthetic pressure massage, relating to the characteristics of people to adapt standard treatment protocols that incorporate these techniques.

CE1.1 Describe the anatomy and physiology of the organs related to the reflex zones of the body.

CE1.2 Explain the effects of massage techniques pressure on the body and its importance for the maintenance of health, wellness and beauty.
Identify CE1.3
pressure massage techniques indicating their differences with other manual massage techniques.

CE1.4 Identify maneuvers body reflexology massage, its phases and areas where they are applied, indicating the reactions that may occur.

CE1.5 Relate pressure massage techniques, maneuvers, mobilization, stretching, breathing, indicating the application parameters.

CE1.6 Describe precautions and relative or absolute contraindications of massage techniques pressure.


CE1.7 In a case study analysis and assessment on model, for a massage treatment Pressure:

- Locate points reflexes treatment of each body: feet, back, hands, etc. and meridians and energy crosses or treatment points.

- Identify the pathologies that contraindicate the application of pressure massage techniques: reflexology, shiatsu, acupressure, and other oriental massages.

- List the aesthetic abnormalities that can be treated with pressure massage techniques, identifying signs and symptoms.

C2: Apply facilities preparation techniques, tools and equipment for practicing techniques of aesthetic pressure massage following established protocols and in safety and hygiene.

CE2.1 Explain the rules prior to the application of the techniques of aesthetic self-preparation pressure massage: manual exercises, postural hygiene, clothing, footwear, among others, for the realization of the different pressure massage techniques, as established protocol.

CE2.2 indicate guidelines to follow for the preparation of cabin pressure massage: Specific lingerie, auxiliary equipment, environmental conditions, among other things, compliance with applicable regulations on safety and hygiene.

CE2.3 Describe the technical means used to carry out the massage pressure by linking them with various techniques and maneuvers.

CE2.4 Explain hygiene standards and techniques related to pressure massage health.

CE2.5 In a practical course of preparation and accommodation model:

- Demonstrate the different anatomical positions to be taken depending on the area and type of pressure massage to be performed.

CE2.6 Explain the criteria for selection of cosmetic products during and after treatment.

CE2.7 Describe the effects of improvement that can produce customers the use of complementary measures to massage: physical exercise, balanced diet, specific cosmetics, among others, relating them to each pressure massage technique.

C3: Apply communication techniques, informing the model on the characteristics of the technique proposed aesthetic massage pressure, identifying possible precautions and contraindications, establishing health and safety standards indicated for these processes.

CE3.1 Describe the conditions of hygiene and safety of massage, model, cabin and means to be used to perform aesthetic techniques pressure massage.

CE3.2 Develop an informed debate about the technique and aesthetic pressure massage area consent application, including its indications.

CE3.3 List the guidelines in the information model of sensations, effects, precautions, sessions, time and results.

CE3.4 Explain the ethical standards to be applied to the activity of professionals in aesthetic techniques pressure massage.

CE3.5 In a practical course customer / model:

- Addressing the model before, during and after the service, following the standard protocol and techniques learned social skills.

- Identify the signs and symptoms that are a relative or absolute contraindication in applying techniques of aesthetic pressure massage.

C4: Apply maneuvers aesthetic pressure massage and reflexology techniques, adapting maneuvers by area and application parameters, following established protocols.

CE4.1 Describe how to accommodate the model for massage indicating differences if facial or body, local or general.

CE4.2 Explain the application parameters maneuvers on reflex zones: polish pressure, pressure circular point, among others, selecting those that suit the characteristics of the area to be treated.

CE4.3 Describe the sequencing of maneuvers according to aesthetic alteration presented and the protocol.

CE4.4 In a case study of applying techniques of reflexology: establish the correct order of the manipulations.

CE4.5 In a practical application of reflexology course on hands, back and face:

- Identify the needs and demands of the model.

- Sequencing treatment maneuvers replays establishing specific points.

- Indicate postural hygiene required to prevent occupational diseases.

CE4.6 In a practical course of implementation of zonal reflexology maneuvers, determine:

- Zone start of general massage.


- Manipulating specific area.

- Type and number of repetitions maneuvers.

- Parameters: address, type of pressure, intensity, rhythm, form.

- Frequency of sessions.

C5: Apply oriental massage techniques and maneuvers aesthetic facial and body massage pressure, adapting maneuvers and execution parameters to the needs and demands of model to customize treatment.

CE5.1 Accommodate the model for oriental massage technique or aesthetic massage pressure, indicating differences if facial or body, local or general and enumerating technical and auxiliary means for its realization.

CE5.2 indicate guidelines to follow for the preparation of oriental massage cabin: furniture, specific lingerie, auxiliary equipment, environmental conditions, among others, following the specific protocol.

CE5.3 Explain through practical demonstration, postures to keep professional regarding the position of legs, arms and hands during the development of oriental massage, depending on the anatomical area being worked.

CE5.4 In a practical course of realization of oriental massage:

- Describe the breathing techniques to be performed before and during the development of the massage session.

- Explain how the exploration of the area to be treated is done by observation of key points to check for blockages painful.

Ce5.5 In a practical case of application of oriental massage on model:

- Indicate in the work protocol if operations are carried out with fingers or hands and perpendicular or progressive.

- Explain how the professional help with the weight of his body to exert more or less pressure.

- Explain parameters: pressure, stress, rhythm and duration of the maneuvers involved in implementing oriental massage techniques.

CE5.6 In a practical course of massage techniques applying pressure on model:

- Perform maneuvers on the points of power lines or meridians.

- Indicate the effects that are intended to achieve.

- Explain how the manipulation is done within the parameters of direction, time, intensity and rhythm.

Run CE5.7 mobilizations and stretching associated with massage pressure, according to the characteristics and needs of the person.

CE5.8 In a practical course of developing pressure massage protocols, select:

- Zones and points of treatment according to the aesthetic alteration.

- Type and number of repetitions maneuvers.

- Parameters to apply as direction, pressure, rhythm and form.

- Frequency of sessions.

- Specific cosmetics.

C6: Apply techniques for assessing the parameters that determine the quality of service techniques and aesthetic pressure massage your attention, asking questions to identify the degree of customer satisfaction and proposing measures to correct deviations.

Quote CE6.1 parameters that define the quality of processes pressure massage.

CE6.2 Explain the criteria for checking the quality of service provided in the application of aesthetic pressure massage techniques.

CE6.3 In a case study of customer and / or model meet the person before, during and after the service, following the protocol established techniques and social skills.

CE6.4 In a practical course of assessing the degree of satisfaction of service:

- Apply techniques to check the quality of service.

- Formulate questions to assess the degree of customer satisfaction.

- Propose corrective measures to improve quality.

Capabilities whose acquisition should be completed in a real working environment:

C1 respect CE1.7; C2 respect to CE2.5; C3 respect CE3.5; C4 respect to CE4.4, CE4.6 CE4.5 and; C5 respect to CE5.4, ce5.5, CE5.6, CE5.8 CE5.7 and; C6 and CE6.4 CE6.3 respect.
Other capabilities
:

Responsibility for the work carried out and the fulfillment of the objectives.

Demonstrate a good professional.

Demonstrate care and concern for successfully meeting the needs of customers.
Demonstrate interest
extensive knowledge of the organization and its processes.

Communicate effectively with the right people at all times, respecting the established channels within the organization.

Finish work according to criteria of suitability, speed, economy and efficiency.

Contents:


1. Aesthetic massage pressure for aesthetic purposes

Main anatomical and physiological aspects related to the practice of aesthetic facial and body massages pressures.
Massage
acting on energy points and channels.

Facial and body massages reflex areas: principles, similarities and differences with the various manual techniques aesthetic.

2. Aesthetic massage pressure on the reflex zones

Classification and characteristics of the reflex areas: face, hands, feet, ears and spine.

Study and classification of foot types.

Foot disorders and their possible consequences organically.

Zonal Foot Division: vertical and horizontal lines. reflex points. Cross points. Effects of massage techniques reflection on the various organs and systems: immediate and delayed.

Location methods and exploring different areas. Data sheet.

Suitable for performing facial and body massage of reflex zones positions.
Techniques
different pressures.

Maneuvers parameters: direction, intensity, shape, period. Criteria for repeat maneuvers.

Precautions, indications and contraindications of facial and body reflexology.

3. Aesthetic massage pressure on energy channels and points

Location methods and scanning the channels and energy points. Data sheet.

Techniques: oriental massage, among others.

Energy points or tsubos.

The energy lines or meridians and organs that are affected.

Standards pressure maneuvers: position of the fingers, hands, forearms and direction of the lines.

Suitable for conducting pressure massage positions.

Technical pressures.
Techniques
pressure points, with suckers electrostimulation, among others.

Parameters maneuvers pressure techniques: direction, intensity, shape, period.

Criteria for repeat maneuvers.

Precautions, indications and contraindications.

4. Aesthetic massage pressure: the media and the professional

Hygiene and disinfection measures related to the practice of massage techniques pressure.

Professional preparation: concentration and relaxation techniques. Professional Image: hygiene, clothing, accessories, hand care.
Exercises
hands, arms, shoulders and spine.

Ergonomics. ergonomic pressure for massage positions.

Cabin: Privacy environmental conditions, temperature, lighting, background music, among others.

Equipment materials, cosmetics, lingerie, among others.

5. Preparation and customer pressure massage in aesthetic

Study of demands and customer needs.

Communication techniques.

Techniques specific social skills.

Techniques to detect the demands, needs and customer expectations.

Techniques intercommunication with other specialists in case of collaboration.
Accommodation and preparation
customer.

Breathing aesthetic massage applied pressure.

Breathing techniques. Characteristics and classification. Effects and indications. Application methods.

6. Quality services massage techniques Pressure

Parameters that define the quality of a service.

Techniques to test the service and customer satisfaction.

Techniques to check the deviation in providing services massage pressure.

Parameters context of training:

Spaces and facilities:

The spaces and facilities will answer in the form of classroom, classroom-workshop, practices, or unique space laboratory, the training needs in accordance with established professional context Competence Associated Unit, taking into account applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.

Professional trainer or trainer profile:

1. Mastery of knowledge and techniques related to conducting pressure massage techniques for aesthetic purposes, which is evidenced by the following two ways:

- Academic Training Level 1 (Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education) or other top-level related to the professional field.

- Professional experience of at least 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.


2. pedagogical competence accredited in accordance with established by the competent authorities.

Training Module 5: COSMETIC TECHNIQUES SENSORY

Level: 3

Code: MF0792_3

UC Associate: Associate sensory massage techniques for aesthetic purposes

Hours: 120

Skills and evaluation criteria:

C1: Explain the aesthetic alterations that can be processed with aesthetic associated with sensory massage techniques, relating to the characteristics and conditions of people.

CE1.1 Describe the actions and effects of sensory techniques in the human body and relate beauty treatments.

CE1.2 Describe susceptible aesthetic alterations of sensory techniques associated with cosmetic treatments, identifying characteristic symptoms and signs.

CE1.3 In a case study analysis of needs and customer demands, develop a data sheet and identify symptoms and general and local signs presenting the person, based on:

- Personal data.

- Medical or professional reports.

- Exploration and palpation.

- Verbal communication and interview.

CE1.4 Relate the characteristics of sensory techniques that are integrated into the aesthetic massage with local, immediate and delayed physiological effects they can produce.

Quote CE1.5 sensory techniques, relating them to the physiological effects on the skin, muscles, nervous system and circulatory.

CE1.6 Identify precautions, indications and contraindications general sensory techniques, depending on each.

CE1.7 Select sensory techniques to apply treatments with manual techniques, depending on the diagnosis made to the model and respecting the protocol.

CE1.8 Identify the signs and symptoms of aesthetic alterations or pathologies that may pose a relative or absolute contraindication and if necessary, draw up an appropriate professional referral.

C2: Apply facilities preparation techniques, tools and products for practicing aesthetic associated with massage techniques or other sensory techniques, following established conditions and health and safety protocols.

CE2.1 Explain the rules of professional cosmetic preparation for performing massage techniques, aromatherapy, music therapy and color therapy, among others.

CE2.2 Describe the guidelines to be followed for the preparation of the cabin aesthetics: Specific lingerie, auxiliary and technical equipment, environmental conditions, among others.

CE2.3 Describe the technical and equipment used to perform sensory techniques relating them with various technical means.

CE2.4 Explain the health and safety standards in relation to sensory techniques.

CE2.5 Explain the criteria for the selection and preparation of cosmetic products used in sensory techniques.

CE2.6 In a practical course of preparation of a physical space for sensory techniques:

- Prepare the facilities, resources and equipment, in safety and hygiene.

- Prepare the massage cabin adjusting the temperature, light, sound, among others.

- Prepare equipment model: sabanilla, towels, robe, among others.

- Prepare materials: containers, spatulas, dispensers, and cosmetics among others: emulsions, oils, gels, among others.

- Preparation and accommodation model: demonstrate the different anatomical positions that can take depending on the type of sensory technique and treatment zone is going to work.

CE2.7 indicate guidelines to follow in order, cleaning and disinfecting materials and furniture when you have finished the treatment session, meeting the established protocol and security measures and hygiene conditions.

C3: Apply communication techniques, informing the model on the characteristics of sensory techniques associated with the proposed aesthetic massage, identifying possible precautions and contraindications, establishing health and safety standards indicated for these processes.

CE3.1 Describe the conditions of hygiene and safety of massage, model, cabin and means to be used to perform aesthetic associated with sensory massage techniques.

CE3.2 Develop an informed sensory techniques associated with massage and aesthetic consent application areas, including indications and contraindications.


CE3.3 List the guidelines in the information model of sensations, effects, precautions, sessions, time and results.

CE3.4 In a practical course customer / model:

- Addressing the model before, during and after the service, following the standard protocol and techniques learned social skills.

- Identify the signs and symptoms that are a relative or absolute contraindication in applying aesthetic associated with sensory massage techniques.

C4: Apply techniques aesthetic facial and body massage techniques associating sensory aromatherapy and herbal medicine, indicating the olfactory effects cosmetics and essential oils.

CE4.1 Describe the properties of essential oils and their importance in aesthetic techniques.

CE4.2 Relate essential oils and their effects used in cosmetic treatments.

CE4.3 Identify contraindications or special states in which certain essential oils can not be applied.

CE4.4 Sort cosmetic carriers or other vehicles used in cosmetic treatments for the application of essential oils, carriers or base, hydrolats, creams, masks, among others.

CE4.5 Adapt protocols facial and body treatments that may be associated aromatherapy and courses of action: olfactory and skin.

CE4.6 Describe practical ways of application of aromatherapy in a cabin aesthetics and a Spa.

CE4.7 In a practical application of aromatherapy course, explain the criteria for selection of essential oils, dosage, combinations and selected cosmetic carriers.

CE4.8 identify adverse reactions that may occur in a client during or after treatment describing the mode of action.

C5: Apply techniques aesthetic facial and body massage, music therapy associating sensory techniques, indicating its effects, indications and contraindications.

CE5.1 Describe the effects of music from physically and emotionally.

CE5.2 Identify modulations and vibrations that can perform a certain action in the body.

CE5.3 Select melodies applicable in practical cases of facial and body aesthetic treatments explaining the effects that can be obtained.

Schedule CE5.4 music therapy sessions depending on the aesthetic diagnosis, the five basic types of melodies used in music therapy:

- Conditional.

- Relaxing.

- Intermedia.

- Middle stimulant.

- Stimulant.

Ce5.5 Relate the aesthetic techniques that may be associated music in its various forms and application parameters.

CE5.6 Describe cases or situations where certain types of music should not apply.

C6: Apply techniques aesthetic facial and body massage, color therapy associating sensory techniques as the only treatment associated with aesthetic massage or other techniques.

CE6.1 Explain the properties, vibration and influence of color on the body.
List CE6.2
facial or body aesthetic alterations in the color therapy can enhance the aesthetic treatments, selecting colors, spots or areas, and application parameters.

CE6.3 Select equipment and accessories that can be used in color therapy defining the guidelines to follow for the setting of the cabin aesthetics.

CE6.4 In a practical course of implementation of color therapy techniques:

- Accommodating the model depending on the area to be treated and technique, either timely or scanning.

- Select the colors to be applied according to both facial and body aesthetic alterations established in the aesthetic diagnosis.

- Apply color therapy equipment or techniques dotted sweep in facial and body areas.

CE6.5 Explain the adverse reactions that may occur in a client during or after treatment and describe the mode of action to resolve the issue.

C7: Apply techniques aesthetic facial and body massage, combining complementary or novel sensory techniques (pindas, cachets, salts, powders, stones of various kinds, quartz, etc.) or as a supplement to other treatments, relating their effects the characteristics and conditions of the customer.
List CE7.1
complementary or novel sensory techniques, describing their properties and physiological effects on the skin, muscles, nervous system and circulatory, among others.


CE7.2 Select complementary or novel sensory techniques applicable to facial and body aesthetic treatments, explaining the effects and sensations that can be obtained.
Develop CE7.3
sheet identifying the needs and demands of the model and applying the rules on personal data protection.

CE7.4 Relate the characteristics of complementary sensory or novel techniques that can be integrated into the aesthetic massage with local, immediate and delayed physiological effects they can produce.

CE7.5 Identify precautions, indications and contraindications of complementary general or novel sensory techniques.

CE7.6 Describe organoleptic alterations that may occur by the application of additional or novel sensory techniques, identifying the most significant features.

CE7.7 Select additional sensory or novel techniques for applying treatments with manual techniques, depending on the diagnosis made to the model and respecting the protocol.

CE7.8 In a practical case of application of complementary or novel aesthetic treatments associated with sensory techniques:

- Identify the characteristics, needs, general and emotional state of the person.

- Select the type of complementary and novel technique to be performed.

- Select cosmetics and tools needed for the complementary techniques.

- Determine the duration of treatment.

- List the guidelines in the information model of sensations, effects, precautions, sessions, time and results.

C8: Apply techniques for assessing the parameters that determine the quality of service associated with sensory techniques and aesthetic massage your attention, asking questions to identify the degree of customer satisfaction and proposing measures to correct deviations.

Quote CE8.1 parameters that define the quality of application processes sensory techniques for aesthetic purposes.

CE8.2 determine the criteria for assessing the quality of service provided in the application of sensory techniques.

CE8.3 Ask questions related to the quality of service to check the degree of satisfaction model.

CE8.4 In a practical course of evaluating the quality of the service:

- Apply techniques to check the quality of service and where appropriate, propose corrective measures to improve quality.

CE8.5 In a case study using model meet the person before, during and after the service, following an established protocol.

CE8.6 Describe the ethical standards that should apply in their activity apply aesthetic professionals and associated sensory massage techniques.

Capabilities whose acquisition should be completed in a real working environment:

C1 respect CE1.3; C2 respect to CE2.6; C3 respect CE3.4; C4 respect CE4.7; C5 respect CE5.4; C6 respect to CE6.4; C7 and CE7.8 CE7.3 respect; C8 and CE8.5 CE8.4 respect.
Other capabilities
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Responsibility for the work carried out and the fulfillment of the objectives.

Demonstrate a good professional.

Demonstrate care and concern for successfully meeting the needs of customers.
Demonstrate interest
extensive knowledge of the organization and its processes.

Communicate effectively with the right people at all times, respecting the established channels within the organization.

Finish work according to criteria of suitability, speed, economy and efficiency.

Contents:

1. Aromatherapy massage associated with aesthetic purposes

Essential oils: preparation methods and extraction.

Properties and effects of the main essential oils used in aesthetics.

Expiration Care and essential oils.

Carriers oils and their use in aromatherapy. Criteria: selection, preparation and dosage.

Effects and aesthetic indications of aromatherapy.

Skin penetration and absorption of essential oils.

Aromatherapy products applied to facial and body aesthetic treatments.

Indications, precautions and contraindications topical application and olfactory.

Adverse effects of aromatherapy on the human body, organoleptic alterations.

Protocols for action in case of adverse reactions.

Application methods: aesthetic massage techniques, sprays, impregnated supports, baths, compresses.


Vehicles for aesthetic application: moist heat (steam), dry heat, water, different cosmetic forms.

Security, hygiene in the application of essential oils.

Protocols aesthetic aromatherapy treatments adapted to the facial and body aesthetic alterations.

2. Music therapy massage associated with aesthetic purposes

Influence of music on the body.

Music therapy applied to aesthetic treatments.

Classification of melodies and selection criteria with application in aesthetic treatments. Data to design a custom music selection based on different treatments: effects, indications and precautions in the aesthetic field.

Adverse effects of music therapy on the human body, organoleptic alterations. Action protocols in case of adverse reactions.

Protocols aesthetic treatments with music adapted to facial and body aesthetic alterations.

Monitoring and evaluation of the effects.

3. Chromotherapy massage associated with aesthetic purposes

Using color for aesthetic purposes. Effects, indications and contraindications relative or absolute application of color therapy.

Adverse effects of chromotherapy on the human body, organoleptic alterations.

Protocols for action in case of adverse reactions.

Current Aparatología chromotherapy and selection criteria.

Techniques and products suitable for the application of color therapy.

Application techniques chromotherapy: spot, sweep, bathroom.

Protocols aesthetic treatments with color therapy adapted to the facial and body aesthetic alterations.

4. complementary and novel sensory techniques, massage associated with aesthetic purposes

Sensory complementary techniques: types and characteristics.
Using complementary
sensory techniques for aesthetic purposes.

Effects, indications and contraindications relative or absolute application of these techniques. Current aparatología complementary and innovative techniques, selection criteria.

Techniques and products suitable for the application of these techniques.

Application parameters of different techniques. Cosmetic products that are associated with these techniques.

Security, hygiene and disinfection in the application of these techniques.

Protocols aesthetic treatments with different techniques, adapting to facial and body aesthetic alterations.

Techniques to check the quality of service and customer satisfaction when sensory techniques associated with cosmetic treatments and massages, facial or body purposes apply.

Parameters context of training:

Spaces and facilities:

The spaces and facilities will answer in the form of classroom, classroom-workshop, practices, or unique space laboratory, the training needs in accordance with established professional context Competence Associated Unit, taking into account applicable regulations of the productive sector, risk prevention, occupational health, universal accessibility and environmental protection.

Professional trainer or trainer profile:

1. Domain knowledge and related association of sensory techniques to massage techniques for aesthetic purposes, which is evidenced by the following two ways:

- Academic Training Level 1 (Spanish Qualifications Framework for Higher Education) or other top-level related to the professional field.

- Professional experience of at least 3 years in the field of skills related to this training module.

2. pedagogical competence accredited in accordance with established by the competent authorities.