To complete the ABT qualification, students must complete a series of assessments for each unit, verifying the student’s understanding and practical implementation of the knowledge and skills required to attain professional competence. There are five course days over five weeks. After completing the initial five weeks and two case studies, you will gain the Accredited Beauty Therapy (ABT) qualification, which will allow you to acquire insurance to start practising by yourself or in a salon. To complete the VTCT Level 4 Microblading course, students must produce evidence of a series of ten case studies on top of their existing two case studies. This is to be completed over three to four months after the five-week course to consolidate and demonstrate consistent applications of all the knowledge and practical skills in one place. In total, this will amount to the required ten case studies. After completing your case studies (after four months), you will have your last two course days for assessments and tests. Case studies will be sent to the tutor for review, who will verify that best practice is being adhered to and review your progression in terms of skill level. Note: Not all ten case studies need to be completed to be reviewed. You may send each case study to the tutor once you have completed each one. The practical assessments and tests (the last two course days) will always be held three to four months after the initial five course days.