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Unit 9 Scheme of Work Skin and Eye


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For each ITEC qualification, the lecturer/centre must complete a Scheme of Work indicating how
the lecturer is planning to cover the ITEC syllabus throughout the course.

Set out the planned sessions in terms of Learning Outcomes to be achieved. These should match
those stated within the ITEC syllabus for each unit. Include all units of each course offered. Hours
should meet the minimum guided learning hours listed within the syllabus.

Qualification Title: Skin & Eye treatments                 Lecturer(s) responsible:

Total contact tuition hours proposed: 100

      Learning Objective                          Lecture Content                         Suggested         Approximate
                                                                                          Resources            hours
 Introductory session               College rules and regulations                    Lecture
                                    College mission statement                        Q&A
                                    ITEC rules and regulations                       Using all the
                                    Health & Safety                                  documents listed to
                                    Timetable                                        ensure the students
                                    Dates – holidays etc.                            understand the
                                    Syllabus                                         college expectations
                                    Recommended books                                and their
                                    Uniform                                          commitment to the
 Understand and recognise            Contraindications requiring medical            OHP/Whiteboard         3
 those contraindications to         permission – in circumstances where              Lecture
 facial/eye treatment requiring     medical permission cannot be obtained            Q&A
 medical permission or the client   clients must indemnify their condition in        Homework
 to indemnify their condition in    writing prior to the treatment                   Test:
 writing prior to the treatment      Medical oedema  Nervous/Psychotic             1. Contraindications
 and those contraindications that   conditions  Epilepsy  Recent facial
 restrict treatment                 operations affecting the area  Diabetes
                                     Skin cancer  Slipped disc  Undiagnosed
                                    pain  When taking prescribed medication
                                     Whiplash
                                     Contraindications that restrict treatment
                                     Fever  Contagious or infectious diseases
                                     Under the influence of recreational drugs or
                                    alcohol  Diarrhoea and vomiting  Any known
                                    allergies  Eczema  Undiagnosed lumps and
                                    bumps  Localised swelling  Inflammation
                                     Cuts  Bruises  Abrasions  Scar tissues (2
                                    years for major operation and 6 months for a
                                    small scar)  Sunburn  Hormonal implants
                                     Recent fractures (minimum 3 months)
                                     Sinusitis  Neuralgia  Sunburn  Migraine/
                                    Headache  Hypersensitive skin  Botox/
                                    dermal fillers (1 week following treatment)
                                     Hyper-keratosis  Skin allergies  Styes
                                     Watery eyes  Trapped/pinched nerve
                                    affecting the treatment area  Inflamed nerve
                                     Eye infection  Conjunctivitis
 Understand and recognise
                                     Cardiovascular conditions (thrombosis,
 other conditions which may
                                    phlebitis, hypertension, hypotension, heart
 affect facial treatment
                                    conditions)  Any condition already being
                                    treated by a GP  Osteoporosis  Arthritis
                                     Any dysfunction of the nervous system
                                     Bells Palsy  Postural deformities  Acute
                                    rheumatism  Cervical spondylitis

Superficial Cleanse
Understand, explain and select       Lotions  Milks  Foaming cream cleansers     OHP/Whiteboard         3
the appropriate product (milks      For the following skin types:                   Lecture
and creams) for the client’s skin    White  Black  Asian type skin  Mixed       Q&A
type/condition/colour                Dry  Oily Mature  Young                    Practical
Understand, explain and select       Lotions  Milks  Foaming cream cleansers     Cleanse routine
the appropriate product for the     For the following skin conditions:              Different skin types
client’s skin condition/texture      Sensitive  Dehydrated  Lack of elasticity
                                     Lack of muscle tone  Blemishes  Age
                                     Crows feet  Broken capillaries  Open
                                    pores  Comedones  Milia  Pustules
                                     Papules  Hyper-pigmentation  Hypo
                                    pigmentation  Dermatosis papulosa nigra
                                     Pseudo folliculitis  Keloids  Ingrowing
                                    hairs  Scarring  Thin skin  Small moles

Understand, explain and              Eye makeup to be removed efficiently first
perform the appropriate              Lipstick to be removed  Full face and neck
cleansing routine ensuring all      sequence to cleanse the whole area
makeup and product is                A double cleanse should be performed
removed                              Cleanser should be removed after the first
                                    cleanse with damp cotton wool or sponges
                                     Appropriate toner applied after second
                                    cleanse and blotted with tissues
Understand, explain and select       Rosewater  Witchazel  Orange flower         OHP/Whiteboard         1
the appropriate product              Distilled water  Commercial toners/tonics    Lecture
(astringent/toner) for the skin     The following methods of application can be     Q&A
type/condition/colour               used:                                           Practical
                                     Cotton wool/gauze/tapping/spray
Pre-Heat Treatments
Understand, explain and select       Steam  Hot towels/compress  Benefits        OHP/Whiteboard         3
appropriate pre-heat treatment       Effects  Safety precautions                  Lecture
for client’s skin type and                                                          Q&A
administer it safely and                                                            Practical
Deep Cleansing
Understand, explain and select       Enzymatic peel  AHAs  Exfoliation           OHP/Whiteboard         3
the appropriate product for the     products  Brush cleansing                      Lecture
client’s skin type                                                                  Q&A
Understand, explain and apply        Enzymatic peel  AHAs  Exfoliation
product correctly and show          products
adequate removal
                                     Using sterilised cotton wool or sterilised
Understand, explain and extract     tissues  Comedone extractor (in countries
any comedones or milia              where it is acceptable)  Lance (in countries
                                    where it is acceptable)  Gloves must be worn

Skin Analysis
Understand, explain and          Checking the lamp is in good working order      OHP/Whiteboard         10
demonstrate use of a             Ensure it is cleaned.  Ensuring the client’s   Lecture
magnifying lamp                 eyes are sufficiently protected                   Q&A
Understand, explain and          Infestations                                    Handout:
recognise skin diseases,         Scabies  Lice                                  Skin diseases and
disorders and show knowledge     Congenital                                      disorders
of whether they are              Atopic eczema  Psoriasis  Atopic              Skin analysis
contraindicated or not          dermatitis                                        routine
                                 Bacterial                                       Homework
                                                                                  1. Skin diseases
                                 Acne vulgaris  Impetigo  Acne rosacea
                                                                                  and disorders
                                 Boils  Folliculitis
                                 Viral
                                 Warts  Herpes simplex  Herpes zoster
                                 Fungal  Tinea corporis
                                 Pigmentation disorders
                                 Vitiligo  Albinism  Chloasma  Ephilides
                                 Lentigo  Moles (papilloma)  Naevae  Port
                                wine stain  Leucoderma
                                 General disorders
                                 Urticaria  Allergic reaction

                                 UV damage  Diet  Smoking  Alcohol
Understand and explain the       Central heating  Air conditioning  Stress
environmental and lifestyle      Current regime
factors that can affect the
condition of the skin            Re-check contraindications on each visit
                                 Re-analyse the skin type and change the
Understand and explain how to
update the client record card   treatment plan accordingly  Note the benefits
accurately                      of the treatments on each visit  Products
                                recommended, purchased and used

                                A sample consultation form can be
Understand, explain and         downloaded from www.itecworld.co.uk
demonstrate the importance of   Taking into account the following:
communicating with the client    Private comfortable area  Positive body
tactfully and accurately        language  Positioning of the client (no
                                barriers between themselves and client)
                                 Good communication skills  Use of open
                                and/or closed questions where appropriate
                                 Trust  Professionalism, confidence and
                                enthusiasm  Confidentiality  Consent (see
                                later notes on consent)  Any
                                contraindications to treatment (as listed
                                above)  Client lifestyle  Client profile
                                 Importance of planning a treatment
                                programme taking into account the client’s
                                religious, moral and social beliefs
Eyebrows & Eyelashes
Understand and explain how to    Patch test should be performed 48 hours         OHP/Whiteboard         10
produce written evidence of a   before treatment  Details should be recorded     Lecture
patch test                      on the client record card and the client should   Q&A
                                sign it  The darkest colour tint should be       Practical
                                mixed and placed either behind the ear or in      Handout:
                                the crease of the elbow  Any reaction should     Eyelash tint routine
                                be noted over the next 48 hours  If there is     Homework
                                any skin reaction the eyelash/brow tint should    Test:
                                not take place                                    Q&A
Understand and explain how to    Hair -  Fair  Red/Auburn  Dark Grey
assess the client’s hair colour      Skin tone -  Olive Medium  Fair  Dark
and skin tone                       Choose the colour of tint accordingly.

Understand and explain how to        Petroleum jelly should be applied on the
protect the surrounding skin        eyelid and under the bottom lashes and damp
                                    cotton pads shaped to the eye (or preformed
                                    eye shields) placed underneath the bottom

Understand and explain how to        Check manufacturer’s instructions however
ensure the mixture of tint and      on average ½ centimetre of tint and 2 drops of
hydrogen peroxide follows the       10 volume peroxide is sufficient for the lashes
manufacturer’s instructions         and brows
minimizing wastage of product
                                     Ensure the tint covers the roots as well as
Understand, explain and apply       the ends of the lashes and should not cover
tint correctly to lashes and        the skin  Eye pads should be used to cover
eyebrows using tipped orange        the eyelash tint  The tint should be left for a
wood stick, tint brush or cotton
                                    maximum of 10 minutes on the lashes  For
                                    the eyebrows, the tint should be taken straight
                                    off immediately after tint application to the
                                    second eyebrow is complete
Understand, explain and
                                     Removal should be with damp cotton wool
demonstrate after the required
                                    and either tipped orange wood stick or damp
development time, removal of
                                    cotton buds, use a separate one for each eye
tint thoroughly

Understand, explain and apply        An eye wash may be used ONLY if the
any soothing agents where           client has tint in the eye
                                     All the general contraindications plus any
Understand, explain and             form of eye infection to include:
recognise contraindications          If there has been any reaction to the patch
with reasons                        test, eye lash tint will be contraindicated
                                     Any eye surgery (approximately 6 months)
                                     Conjunctivitis  Stye  Hay fever  Watery
                                    eye  Very nervous clients  Blepharitis
                                    Infectious and non infectious skin conditions
                                    specific to the eye and surrounding area to
                                     Atopic eczema  Psoriasis  Atopic
                                     Contact lenses must be removed
Facial Hair Bleaching
Understand and explain the           Lightening unsightly facial hair particularly    OHP/Whiteboard   3
benefits of bleaching facial hair   on the upper lip, chin and sides of the face       Lecture
Understand and explain the           Patch test 48 hours before treatment (inner      Practical
method of applying the bleach       arm or behind the ear)  Ensure that product
                                    is used sparingly and wastage is minimised
                                     Ensure area is cleansed and dry prior to
                                    application  Ensure that the bleach is only
                                    applied to the hair and not the skin  Ensure
                                    that the bleach is removed efficiently after the
                                    required treatment time  Ensure any
                                    reactions are recorded  Follow
                                    manufacturer’s instructions and mix
Eye brow Tweezing
Understand, explain and              Measure from the corner of the nose to the      OHP/Whiteboard      4
assess client requirements and      outside corner of the eye – any brow hairs        Lecture
measure accordingly                 extending beyond this point should be             Q&A
                                    removed  Measure from the corner of the          Practical
                                    nose to the inside corner of the eye and any      Handout:
                                    hairs extending towards the middle of the         Eyebrow measuring
                                    forehead should be removed  The arch             Different eyebrow
                                    should be at the highest point when the pupil     shapes
                                    of the eye is looking straight ahead

Understand and explain               Arched  Angular  Straight  Round  Thin
different eyebrow shapes             Medium  Thick

                                     Keep a mirror on hand and keep checking
Understand and explain how to
                                    with the client throughout  Check they are
communicate with client
                                    happy with the finished result
regarding the desired outcome
                                     Facial steam  A cotton wool pad soaked in
Understand, explain and
                                    warm water can be held over the area to
demonstrate how to pre-heat
                                    dilate the hair follicle
the area where appropriate

Understand and explain how to        The skin should be held taught between the
support the area keeping skin       index and middle finger to ensure the skin
taut                                does not move when the hairs are tweezed

Understand, explain and              Skin should be held taught  Hairs must be
demonstrate removal of hairs in     tweezed out in the direction of the hair growth
the direction of growth              Gloves must be worn
minimising client discomfort

Understand, explain and apply        A soothing lotion should be wiped over the
aftercare where appropriate         area to prevent any infection

Understand and explain how all       Hands must be washed in antiseptic soap
equipment should be sterilized       Tweezers can be sterilised in a variety of
/sanitised accordingly              ways: Glass bead, Autoclave, UV cabinet,
                                    chemical immersion and should be wiped with
                                    surgical spirit/antiseptic during the treatment
Facial Massage
Understand, explain and select       Oil  Cream  Gel                               OHP/Whiteboard      16
suitable massage medium                                                               Lecture
Understand, explain and              Effleurage  Petrissage: Kneading and           Practical
demonstrate all classical           Frictions  Tapotement  Vibrations               Handout:
massage movements                                                                     Facial massage
Understand, explain and              Effleurage  Petrissage: Kneading and           Homework
demonstrate massage                 Frictions  Tapotement  Vibrations
movements which are adapted
to meet the needs of the client’s
skin and muscle tone
                                     Vary the pressure and technique according
Understand, explain and             to the area being massaged and maintain
demonstrate massage                 fluidity and continuity throughout the
techniques: varying pressure        sequence
and maintaining fluidity

Understand, explain and
                                     Damp cotton wool  Toner  Sponges
demonstrate effective removal
of the massage medium
Case Studies                        Consultation  Medical history  Lifestyle     OHP/Whiteboard          3
                                   and client profile  Skin analysis  Treatment   Lecture
                                   details including specific details of products   5 case studies,
                                   used and client’s reactions  Home care          including one full
                                   advice including retail recommendations and      facial treatment per
                                   advice for ongoing treatment plan                client
                                    Candidate’s and client’s signature
                                    Treatment date  Conclusion  Reflective
                                   practice after each treatment
Cosmetic Science
Understand and explain, give        Oils  Fats and waxes  Emulsions              OHP/Whiteboard          5
examples, of the sources and        Emulsifying agents  Humectant  Emollient     Lecture
uses of:                            Talc                                           Q&A
Understand and explain the          Cleansing milks/creams  Facial washes         List of all cream
difference between, and give        Lotions  Day cream  Night cream  Eye        ingredients with
examples of;                       cream  Neck cream  Toner  Astringent          their function
                                    Gels  Lip balms  Serums  Ampoules
Understand and explain the                                                          1. Different
                                    Cleansing milks/creams  Facial washes
different ingredients of:                                                           cleansers, toners
                                    Lotions  Day cream  Night cream  Eye        and moisturisers
                                   cream  Neck cream  Toner  Astringent          and which skin
                                    Gels  Lip balms  Serums  Ampoules           types suit which
                                                                                    2. Cosmetic science
Understand and explain the         Clays:  Fuller’s Earth  Calamine  Kaolin
main mask ingredients               Magnesium Carbonate  Flowers of Sulphur
                                    Witchazel  Rosewater  Orange flower
                                   water  Distilled water  Glycerine  Almond
                                   Commercial Masks:  AHA’s  Exfoliators

Understand and explain the          Banana  Avocado  Apple  Pear
effects of natural ingredients      Strawberry  Egg yolk  Egg white  Natural
                                   Yoghurt  Honey  Oatmeal  Kiwi
                                    Cucumber  Milk  Wheatgerm  Lemon
                                   juice  Tea bags  Carrot  Aloe
Clay Masks;                         Calamine  Kaolin  Magnesium Carbonate        OHP/Whiteboard          6
Understand, explain, select and     Fuller’s Earth  Flowers of Sulphur            Lecture
mix ingredients minimising          Rosewater  Orange flower water  Distilled    Q&A
wastage and state their effects    water  Witchazel  Glycerine  Almond oil       Practical
and benefits                                                                        Handout:
                                    Avocado  Egg white  Honey  Banana           1. List of uses for
Natural Masks;                      Cucumber  Strawberry  Natural Yoghurt        each ingredient of
Understand, explain and select                                                      clay and natural
                                    Wheatgerm  Lemon Juice  Oatmeal
appropriate ingredients and                                                         masks
                                    Milk  Tea bags  Egg yolk  Kiwi  Carrot
state their effects and benefits                                                    2. Different clay and
                                    Aloe                                           natural mask
Commercial Masks;                                                                   recipes for different
Understand, explain and             In accordance with manufacturer’s              skin types
demonstrate the underpinning       instructions, the ingredients of any mask        3.Mask application
knowledge of ingredients and       applied to the skin should be known              routine
their effects and benefits                                                          Homework

Specialised Masks;                  Thermal/mineral masks  Peel-off masks
Understand, explain and             Paraffin wax  Hot oil as per manufacturer’s
demonstrate the underpinning       instructions  Collagen masks
knowledge of ingredients and
their effects and benefits

                                    The whole area should be covered including
For all masks listed:             the neck and decollete  Lips should be
Understand, explain and           moisturised  Damp eye pads over the eyes
demonstrate application of
masks evenly and neatly and
cover the area to be treated
                                   Remove with warm water and sponges
Understand, explain and           changing the water when appropriate  Tone
demonstrate removal of masks      when removal is complete  Blot with tissue
thoroughly after treatment time    Apply appropriate moisturiser
has elapsed (according to
manufacturer’s instructions
where appropriate)
The Skin
Structure                          Epidermis                                       OHP/Whiteboard         8
Understand and explain (with       Stratum corneum  Stratum Lucidum               Lecture
the aid of a diagram) the          Stratum Granulosum  Stratum Spinosum           Q&A
position and function of the      /Malphigian  Stratum Germinitivum/Basal          Handouts:
following                         Layer                                             1. Cross section of
                                   Dermis                                          the skin
                                   Blood supply  Lymphatic supply  Hair          2. Various pictures
                                                                                    of skin diseases and
                                  follicle  Hair  Sebaceous gland  Sweat
                                  gland: Eccrine and Apocrine  Sensory nerve
                                  endings  Dermal papilla  Collagen               Tests:
                                   Elastin  Histeocytes  Mast Cells              Q&A Functions of
                                   Fibroblasts  Erector pili muscle               the different layers
                                                                                    of the skin
Understand and explain             The structure and function of the fatty layer   Q&A Skin diseases
subcutaneous/adipose layer        underneath the Dermis                             and disorders and
Understand and explain             Describe where they are found and their         1. Test on the skin
Melanocytes                       function
Understand and explain the         Secretion  Heat regulation  Absorption
functions of the skin              Protection/Acid Mantle (composition and
                                  formation)  Elimination/excretion
                                   Sensation  Vitamin D formation (7-dehydro-
Understand and explain the
functions and formation of the     Composition and formation
acid mantle
                                   White  Black  Asian type skin  Mixed
Understand, explain and            Dry Oily  Combination  Mature skin
recognise the different skin       Young skin  Sensitive  Dehydrated
types/conditions                   Broken capillaries  Open pores
                                   Comedones  Milia  Pustules  Papules
                                   Hyper pigmentation  Hypo pigmentation
Understand, explain and            Infestations
recognise the following skin       Scabies  Lice
diseases and disorders:            Congenital
                                   Atopic eczema  Psoriasis  Atopic
                                   Bacterial
                                   Acne vulgaris  Impetigo  Acne rosacea
                                   Boils  Folliculitis
                                   Viral
                                   Warts  Herpes simplex  Herpes zoster
                                   Fungal
                                   Tinea corporis
                                   Pigmentation disorders
                                    Vitiligo  Albinism  Chloasma  Ephilides
                                    Lentigo  Moles (papilloma)  Naevae  Port
                                   wine stain  Leucoderma
                                    General disorders
Skin Cancer                         UV damage  Urticaria  Allergic reaction
Understand and explain the
main skin cancers and the           Basal Cell Carcinoma  Squamous Cell
possible causes of:
                                   Carcinoma  Malignant Melanoma
Histology - The Cell and
Tissue Types
Understand and briefly explain      Cell membrane  Nuclear membrane               OHP/Whiteboard         4
(with the aid of diagrams) the      Nucleus  Nucleolus  Protoplasm               Lecture
following structures of the cell    Cytoplasm  Centrosome  Centromere            Q&A
and their functions                 Chromosome  Golgi apparatus                   Handouts:
                                    Mitochondria  Lysosome  Centrioles           1. Blank picture of
                                    Ribosomes  Vacuoles  Endoplasmic             the cell and it’s
                                   Reticulum                                        structures
                                                                                    2. Different tissues
Understand and explain the                                                          Homework
                                    Histology  Mitosis
following:                                                                          Tests:
                                                                                    1. The cell and its
                                    Nervous
Understand and explain the                                                          structures
structure and function of the       Muscular                                       2. Different tissues
following tissue types              Connective Tissue                              3. Test on the cell
                                    Areolar  Adipose  White fibrous  Yellow
                                   elastic  Bone  Cartilage  Circulatory
                                    Lymphatic
Understand and explain the          Cancellous  Compact                           OHP/Whiteboard         3
structure of bone                                                                   Lecture
Understand and explain the          Long  Short  Flat  Irregular  Sesamoid     Handouts:
types of bone and give                                                              Blank picture of
examples                                                                            cranium
                                    Cranium                                        Homework
Understand and explain the                                                          Tests:
position (with the aid of           Parietal  Frontal  Ethmoid  Sphenoid        Q&A Structure and
diagrams) of the bones of the       Occipital  Temporal                           type of bone
cranium and face                    Facial                                         1. The skeletal
                                    Nasal  Zygomatic  Maxilla  Lacrimal         system
                                    Turbinate  Palatine  Mandible  Vomer
                                    Shoulder
                                    Clavicle  Scapula  Humerus
                                    Chest
                                    Sternum
                                    Neck
                                    Cervical vertebrae
Muscular System
Understand and explain (with        Voluntary  Involuntary  Cardiac              OHP/Whiteboard         5
the aid of diagrams) the types                                                      Lecture
of muscular tissue and their                                                        Q&A
functions                                                                           Handouts:
                                                                                    Blank picture of
Understand and explain the          Origin  Insertion  Action  Tone  Tension   muscles of the face
following terms:                    Fatigue                                        Homework
                                                                                    Tests on:
                                                                                    1. Types and
Understand and explain (with        Orbicularis Oculi  Orbicularis Oris           functions of muscles
the aid of diagrams) the            Masseter  Buccinator  Risorius  Levator     and terms
position and action of the         Anguli Oris  Levator Labii Superioris           2. Muscles of the
following muscles of the face                                                       face
                                    Depressor Anguli Oris (Triangularis)
and neck                                                                            3. The muscular
                                   Depressor Labii Inferioris  Mentalis          system
                                   Zygomaticus  Temporalis  Nasalis
                                   Procerous  Corrugator  Frontalis
                                   Occipitalis  Pterygoids  Trapezius
                                   Platysma  Sternocleidomastoid  Deltoid
                                   Pectoralis major and minor
Understand and explain the         Motor  Sensory  Mixed nerves  Neurone       OHP/Whiteboard         2
following terms:                                                                   Lecture
                                   5 , 7 and 11 cranial nerves
                                     th   th      th
Understand and explain (with                                                       Handout:
the aid of a diagram) the                                                          Blank picture of the
position and function of the                                                       head
main cranial nerves                                                                Homework
                                                                                   Q&A Neurological
Angiology (Circulatory
Understand and explain the         Blood plasma  Erythrocytes  Leucocytes       OHP/Whiteboard         3
structure and function of the      Platelets  Thrombocytes  Arteries            Lecture
following:                         Arterioles  Veins  Venules  Capillaries     Q&A
Understand and explain (with       Main arteries of the head and neck             Blank picture of
the aid of diagrams) the           Thyroid  Facial  Temporal  Lingual          head and neck
position of:                       Occipital  Maxillary                          Homework
                                   Main veins of the head and neck                Test:
                                                                                   1. Circulatory
                                   Middle Temporal  Superficial Temporal
                                   Maxillary  Anterior Facial  Common Facial
                                   Internal Jugular  External Jugular
Understand and explain the
interrelationship between blood    The way in which the 2 systems support
and lymph                         each other i.e. blood transports nutrients to
                                  the cells and tissues, the lymphatic system
                                  transports additional waste from the cells and
Lymphatic System
Understand and explain the        The content of lymph and its function:           OHP/Whiteboard         3
structure and functions of         Transports waste which the circulatory         Lecture
lymph                             system cannot cope with  Purifies toxins        Q&A
                                   Adds antibodies, antitoxins and lymphocytes    Handout:
                                   Rejoins the circulatory system  Part of the   Blank picture of the
                                  immune system  Secondary circulation            head and neck
Understand and explain the         Lymphocyte  Lymphatic Capillary               Test:
structure and function of the                                                      1. Lymphatic
                                   Lymphatic Vessel  Lymph Node
following:                                                                         system
                                   Lymphatic Duct
Understand and explain (with
the aid of diagrams) the main      Superficial and deep cervical
lymph nodes of the head and        Submandibular  Anterior and Posterior
neck                              Auricular  Occipital  Buccal  Sub-mental
Mock Practical                    To include all skin and eye treatments           Mock theory paper      1

Mock Theory                       To include all theory taught                                            1

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