The Pembroke College of Beauty and Body Therapy was established in the heart of Limerick City in 1987, since then we have been to the forefront of training students to the highest of standards with internationally recognised certification.
C.I.B.T.A.C. - Confederation of International Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology
A British based examination board established in 1977 CIBTAC qualifications are sought and recognised by employers in over 30 countries.
C.I.DE.S.C.O. - Le Comite International D'Esthetique et de Cosmetologie
Recognised as the world standard for beauty and spa therapy founded in 1946 CIDESCO provide you with the best possible start to your career in beauty and body therapy with an internationally acclaimed certification.
ITEC the leading international examination board providing qualifications in beauty and spa therapy which are recognised worldwide
CIDESCO Qualifications are internationally recognised qualifications for Aesthetics and Beauty Therapy
CIBTAC is a leading award body with internationally recognised qualifications for the beauty and therapy industry
I.T.E.C. - International Therapy Examination Council
Leading international specialist examination board covering all aspects of beauty therapy and recognised in over 35 countries worldwide, an ITEC qualification provides you with the skills and qualifications to work wherever you choose
Helen Quinn - Managing Director and Principal of Pembroke College
As a former student of the college herself, Helen continued her training with Steiner in London before working as a therapist on the Cruise Ships in the Caribbean. Having spent some years in the retail end of the busines she decided to make a career in Training and Development.
Helen has developed Pembroke College to ensure that along with our team of certified tutors, our students are qualified to the highest International Standards and afforded every opportunity to gain employment within the beauty industry.
Being very aware of the psychological role that individual differences play in career choice, one of the fundamental tenets of Helens philosophy of training is that prospective students should have a comprehensive career consultation in order to guide them on the path that best suits their personality. Consequently applicants for all courses must first attend a private consultation with Helen. School leavers must attend with one or other of their parents of guardians. In this way their suitability can be accessed and their hopes and aspirations clarified.