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Competition coordinators

Mari-Anne Laamo
Salpaus Further Education
mari-anne.laamo(at)salpaus.fi
tel. +358 (0)44 708 0246

Päivi Björninen
Salpaus Further Education
paivi.bjorninen(at)salpaus.fi
tel. +358 (0)44 708 0244

Finalists

 303 Kauneudenhoito Karoliina Ylipuranen netti

Karoliina Ylipuranen
Ammattiopisto
Lappia

303 Kosmetolog Rafaela Truda netti

Rafaela Truda
Optima


 303 Kauneudenhoito  Viktoria Kazarina netti

Viktoria Kazarina
Porvoon
ammattiopisto

303 Kauneudenhoito Merilyn Lilleleht netti

Merilyn Lilleleht
Stadin
ammattiopisto

 303 -Kauneudenhoito Maisa Keski-Kuha netti

Maisa Keski-Kuha
Espoon seudun
koulutuskunta-
yhtymä Omnia

 303 Kauneudenhoito Kaisa Laukkanen netti

Kaisa Laukkanen
Jyväskylän
ammattiopisto

 303 Kauneudenhoito Moona Seppanen netti

Moona Seppänen
Jyväskylän
ammattiopisto

 303 Kauneudenhoito Essi Juntunen netti

Essi Juntunen
Oulun seudun
ammattiopisto

The Guest Competitors

Laura Walbert / Région Nord-Pas de Calais / France

Overview of the competition

The competition tasks are based on Level 3 (excellent) requirements of the Study Programme in Beauty Care and Customer Advice/Beauty Consultant and Study Programme in Beauty Care/Beauty Therapist vocational qualifications in beauty care, and on real-life workplace requirements for young employees.

The work of beauty therapists and beauty consultants involves the design, delivery, sales and marketing of different types of facial and body treatments, pedicures, manicures and make-up services. Treatments are carried out both manually and using different types of equipment. Beauty therapists and beauty consultants sell skincare products, advise customers on at-home skincare and on the selection and use of skincare products. They are experts in skincare treatment, guidance and advice, and massage and make-up services. Their roles involve working with other beauty and health care professionals and with the fashion and media industries.

The competition tasks are based on the requirements of the vocational qualification. The scope of the different components of the qualification is taken into consideration in the tasks. The competition tasks can be used in qualification demonstrations. Students/competitors can use the certificate to apply for accreditation of experiential learning at their home institute.

Competition type

The competition is done individually.

Competence requirements

  • skincare
  • skincare guidance
  • make-up
  • entrepreneurship and business management in the beauty industry
  • complementary skin treatments
  • beauty care and product advice

Successful competitors should also demonstrate:

  • vocational skills
  • vocational knowledge
  • a systematic approach to their practice
  • the ability to work independently
  • customer service skills and an entrepreneurial approach
  • cooperation skills
  • problem-solving skills
  • knowledge of occupational health and safety, hygiene, ergonomics
  • knowledge of economics and sustainable development
  • ethical and aesthetic skills
  • product knowledge

Finalists' tasks

Finalists' tasks and allocated time

Competition tasks

Day 1

Task 1: A facial including a special mask, eye contour treatment, eyelash and eyebrow tinting / 2 h
Task 2: SPA manicure / 1 h

Day 2

Task 1: Body treatment, including a relaxing back and feet treatment and toenail polish / 2 h
Task 2: Make-up / 1 h
Task 3: Organic facial / 1 h

Day 3

Task 1: Sales task / 10 min / competitor
Task 2: A guidance session with a customer group / 10 min / competitor

Assessment structure

The competition tasks are modular, which means that each day's results can be assessed separately. The total maximum score is 100 p.

Assessment areas

Task 1: A facial including a special mask, eye contour treatment, eyelash and eyebrow tinting / 25 p

  • An analysis, treatment plan, follow-up and at-home treatment 3 p
  • Work methods and progress 6 p
  • Customer service 3 p
  • Tidiness 4 p
  • Ergonomics, occupational health and safety, economics 4 p
  • Results / tinting 3 p
  • Time use / treatment stages 2 p

Task 2: SPA manicure / 10 p

  • Work methods and progress 2 p
  • Customer service 2 p
  • Tidiness 2 p
  • Ergonomics, occupational health and safety, economics 2 p
  • Results 1 p
  • Time use 1 p

Task 1: Body treatment, including a relaxing back and feet treatment and toenail polish / 20 p

  • Work methods and progress 6 p
  • Customer service 4 p
  • Tidiness 4 p
  • Ergonomics, occupational health and safety, economics 5 p                                                          
  • Time use 1 p

Task 4: Make-up / 10 p

  • Make-up 4 p
  • Tidiness 4 p
  • Time use 2 p

Task 5: Organic facial 15 p

  • Work methods and progress 5 p
  • Customer service 3 p
  • Tidiness 3 p
  • Ergonomics, occupational health and safety, economics 3 p                                                          
  • Time use 1 p

Task 6: Sales task / 10 p

  • A professional attitude 3 p
  • The service situation 3 p
  • Professional communication 2 p
  • Problem-solving skills 2 p

Task 7: A guidance session with a customer group 10 p

  • A professional attitude 3 p
  • Guidance 4 p
  • Professional communication 2 p
  • Problem-solving skills 1 p

Evaluation

Each component will be assessed separately, both subjectively and objectively, on the basis of the pre-defined scoring process. The make-up task will be evaluated by blind assessment.

Facilities available at the competition site

A treatment chair, work chair and treatment table.

The competition organiser will provide the following facilities, equipment and supplies

A magnifying lamp, sugar paste heater, tweezers, cloth towels and tissue supplies.

Materials provided on site

Products and disinfectants used in the tasks.

Items which must be brought by the competitors themselves

Work trousers and shoes (coats will be provided by a competition partner).
Make-up brushes and supplies. A nail file.

Competition schedule

Monday 7 April 2014

9:00 AM – 12:30 PM  Accreditation and a tour of the competition site. A briefing on the opening ceremony walk.
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM  The opening ceremony
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM  Competitors, support staff, judges and organisers meet at the competition site.

Tuesday 8 April 2014

Day 1, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM   Competitors arrive at the competition site and get changed.
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM   Briefing for the competitors and support staff
9:30 AM – 10:00 AM  Preparing for the competition task
10:00 AM – 12 noon Task 1. A facial treatment including a special mask, eye contour treatment and eyelash and eyebrow tinting

Lunch and an opportunity to watch other competitions.

2:00 PM – 2:30 PM Briefing for the competitors and support staff. Preparing for the competition task.
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM Task 2. Spa manicure
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM   Tidying up the competition site.

Wednesday 9 April 2014

Day 2, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM  Competitors arrive at the competition site and get changed.
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM  Briefing for the competitors and support staff. Preparing for the competition task
9:30 AM – 11:30 AM Task 3. Body treatment including a relaxing back and foot treatment and toenail polish                                        

Lunch and an opportunity to watch other competitions.

1:00 PM – 1:30 PM Briefing for the competitors and support staff. Preparing for the competition task.
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM Task 4. Make-up
3:00 PM – 3:30 PM  Briefing for the competitors and support staff. Preparing for the competition task.
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Task 5. An organic facial treatment
4:30 PM – 5:00 PM  Tidying up the competition site.

Thursday 10 April 2014

Day 3

8:30 AM – 9:00 AM  Competitors arrive at the competition site and get changed.
9:00 AM – 9:30 AM  Briefing for the competitors and support staff. Preparing for the competition task.
9:30 AM – 12 noon Competition tasks 6. Sales task and 7. A guidance session with a customer group.
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM  Lunch
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM  Awards ceremony at competition sites
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM  Medallists prepare for the medal ceremony
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Taitaja2014 closing ceremony

Jury

Maggi Kuusisto / Rohdos-Ala Oy
Arja Korkala / Kauneushoitola Arja Korkala
Sari Männistö-Ojainmaa / SKY College
Kaija Paavola / Oulu Vocational College
Annikka Tuomi / Turku Vocational College
Marika Vihervuori / Porvoo Vocational College

Competition steering group

Mari-Anne Laamo / Salpaus Further Education
Päivi Björninen / Salpaus Further Education
Maima Kinnunen / North Karelia College                    
Annikka Tuomi / Turku Vocational Institute
Kirsi Jylhälahti / Turku Vocational Institute
Tea Lehtikevari / Vaasa Vocational Institute
Kaija Paavola / Oulu Vocational College
Maggi Kuusisto / Rohdos-Ala Oy
Arja Korkala / Kauneushoitola Arja Korkala
Marika Vihervuori / Porvoo Vocational College
Aira Rajamäki / National Board of Education

Partners

Rohdos-Ala Oy
Suomen Hoitolatukku Oy
Fysioline Oy
SKY Association of Finnish Beauty Therapists
Service Union United PAM
Daumont Ky

 

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