You love all things beauty – from nails to lashes, massage to makeup and everything in between. For you, beauty isn’t a chore – it’s second nature. You’re up to date with all the latest fashions and styles and will always be the first to volunteer to do your friend’s makeup for a big night out. Beauty is your passion.
So, in the world of work, what could be better than pursuing your passion and making it your career? Passion is a funny thing – what really gets you going and fired up at the very thought could be another person’s idea of an insignificant pastime. But that’s the beautiful thing about following our dreams and desires, we’re not out to gratify the world, we’re out to please ourselves – we should pursue our passions.
We’ve all, at one time or another, been guilty of proclaiming ‘I’m going to change’, ‘I’m going to pursue this’, ‘this is what I want to do!’ – but all too soon our declaration is forgotten. Once again our dreams are put on hold; shoved to the bottom of the pile, the rest of life taking priority.
And we do this time and time again, even if this means dealing with the day-to-day grind of a lackluster job, which pays the bills but doesn’t satisfy our thirst for something more meaningful, something that we are more passionate about.
In the words of Steve Knox – ‘shut up and act’ – this is the only way to ensure that we prioritise our own dreams and stop putting our own lives on hold. Enough of the talk, it’s time to do something.
According to David Lucatch, the people who he has seen as having the most success in both their work and personal lives are the most passionate, who have a read ‘zeal and zest’ for their work and people. He goes on to say that there are three main reasons as to why passionate people tend to be more successful in their endeavours, these are:
- ‘Passion fuels confidence’
- ‘Passion creates excitement’
- ‘Passion is contagious’
So, passion is clearly a key motivator in those who do well within the workplace and in motivating other around them. It enables progression, confidence and excitement in the workplace – but how do you transform your passion for all things beauty into a career?
Actioning Your Passion for Beauty
At this point you’re probably wondering how you can play on this passion and turn it into a successful career. A course in Beauty Therapy is a great place to start…
The Training Room has been connecting its students with opportunities for over 10 years and has helped over 10,000 students into employment in their chosen fields; including Beauty Therapy, through the ITEC level 3 course in beauty therapy. The course itself is very comprehensive covering both level 2 and level 3 certifications, which will give you solid foundations on which to build your career. In addition, you will receive an additional CPD course in GelColor by OPI to give you the edge in the job market.
At The Training Room we believe that life shouldn’t stand in the way of pursuing your passions and your dreams, which is why over the past few months we’ve been addressing the question of ‘How Do I Become a Beauty Therapist’, the issue of funding and how to afford your training, as well as enlisting our talented tutors to tell you how you can land your dream career in the beauty industry.
We pride ourself on our student support – which is why from registration we will give you 3 years of career support to help you into your dream career. We also offer a guaranteed interview with one of our corporate partners to give you a little extra help along the way. Connecting you with the opportunity to connect with your passion sooner, rather than later.
In addition, after you’re qualified there are opportunities to work abroad, from home, in salon/spas and health clubs, as well as within the film/television industry as a beauty therapist, nail technician or in other specialised roles.
It sounds good – doesn’t it?
Do You Want To Find Out More?
If you feel that it’s time to give yourself the career you deserve then give The Training Room a call today or fill out an enquiry form on the website and we’ll call you! Our full-time and part-time beauty therapy courses are a great place to start. So give yourself a chance to pursue your passion for beauty, your new career is waiting for you.
I used to work in Adult education and training courses are the way to go for well trained staff.
Yes they are Mellissa.
I always love taking courses and learning new things even if I don’t fancy a career in them, it’s good to broaden your horizons x
Yes it is Rhian x
I am lucky that my passion is my job and I can’t ever see myself doing anything else.
Good for you Rachel..
Very good post and I can see that it would be beneficial for many young girls with a massive passion in beauty 🙂
I would love to do this, and have looked into it the past, but just never had the chance to pursue it x
It is great to know courses like these exist.
I’m not much of a beauty lover but it’s great to see so many new ways that people can start a career on a new path
Yea it is. Thanks Amy.