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Frequently Asked Questions

How often do i need to attend on campus classes?

For the Blended study - 16 days per term minimum. 64 days total for the course.

For the On Campus study - 2 days per week / per term is the minimum requirement.

How long does it take to receive your Diploma of Beauty Therapy?

Assuming satisfactory progression, you can complete your Diploma of Beauty Therapy in 15 months. It is compulsory to attend practical training and assessment in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane to complete the practical components of your course.

Do you offer Tuition Fee Support?

Good news! We are VET Student Loan Approved for the SHB50121 Diploma of Beauty Therapy and SHB50216 Diploma of Salon Management. The VET Student Loans program assists eligible students enrolled in approved courses to pay their tuition fees.

How often do I need to attend practical classes?

On-campus study requires 2 days per week / per term.

Blended study requires:

- Supervised on-campus practical training and assessment sessions (64 days minimum in course);

What is the course duration?

On-campus, learning duration is 15 months. Which is comprised on 4 by 16 week terms plus breaks.

Blended learning, is 15 months in duration. This is comprised of 4 by 16 week terms plus breaks.

What are the age requirements for Blended and On-Campus Study?

Students aged between 16-18.

Students under 18 can apply to enrol into either the On campus or Blended, but must meet the following criteria:

● Attending an Under 18’s screening Interview with the college and/or

● Providing supporting evidence such as year 10 school report and/or recommendation from a Principal / Employer / Community group

● Must provide evidence of parental / guardian approval

What are the requirements for students over the age of 18?

Students over 18 years of age, may enrol into either the On campus or Blended course.

Students are required to provide evidence of the following published entry requirements asstated below:

Academic Entry Requirements:

• Year 10 or equivalent and above

• VSL students must meet one of the following academic entry requirements to be eligible for enrolment through VSL funding:

o Completion of any Certificate IV in the Australian Qualifications Framework (with qualification delivered in English); or Completion of year 12, a Higher School Certificate and provision of a copy of an Australian Senior Secondary Certificate of Education; or

o Completion of Language, Literacy and Numeracy assessment to validly and reliably assess a student’s competence at or above ‘Exit level 3’ in both reading and numeracy in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF), using the ACER Core Skills Profile for Adults assessment tool. The assessment is conducted with honesty and integrity by providing each student with a unique login, supplied to their provided email address.

Note: If a student completes an ACER assessment as a part of their enrolment, the results will be reported to

▪ The student (via email) as soon as practicable after the assessment, and

▪ The secretary in the form, manner and by the time requested by the Secretary

▪ Results are required to be stored for 5 (five) years.

What are the physical requirements?

● Physical capability to perform the role of a beauty therapist, this includes the ability to stand for lengthy periods of time.

● It is important to note that prior to practicing on clients, students are expected to perform treatments on each other during practical training sessions throughout the course.

What are the technology literacy requirements?

Students are required to provide their own laptop computer or device that is loaded with Microsoft Office365 software or Open Office 365 (open source). Microsoft Office 2007 or above, and Microsoft Windows8 or above or Mac OS X, Adobe Acrobat Reader. In addition, students are required to provide their own scanning device, capable of imaging multiple files and compiling into asingle PDF document (e.g. a smart phone with Adobe scan app or similar).

Access to the internet is required. Intermediate level computer skills are required that include using intermediate level Word features. Ability to produce and present word-processed documents/ reports and undertake internet research. This is self-assessed by the applicant and as the enrolment process is online this contributes to the assessment of digital literacy.

How much does the course cost?

The Diploma of Beauty Therapy (SHB50121) currently costs $6,334 per trimester which is $19,002 for the course. This pricing lasts until the end of 2023.
The cost will be $5,596 per quarter as of 2024, which will be $22,384 for the course.

What is VET?

Australia’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) system is based on nationally endorsed industry training packages which identify specific skills and knowledge applied in the workplace. Students’ undertaking a VET qualification must demonstrate the skills and knowledge identified in a training package and be assessed as ‘competent’ in the selected units of competency to be eligible for the award of the qualification.

What is The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)?

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training.

It incorporates the qualifications from each education and training sector into a single comprehensive national qualifications framework.

What is a Unique Student Identifier (USI)?

If you are studying nationally recognised training in Australia, you will be required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).

Your USI links to an online account that contains all your training records andresults (transcript) that you have completed from 1 January 2015 onwards.

When applying for a job or enrolling in further study, you will often need to provide your training records and results (transcript). One of the main benefits of the USI is the ability to provide students with easy access to their training records and results (transcript) throughout their life. You can access your USI account online from your computer, tablet, or smart phone anytime. It is free and easy to create your own USI and will only take a few minutes of your time.

There are several unique circumstances where a person may be exempt from requiring a USI. These donot apply to the vast majority of learners in Australia. The USI Exemption Table is available from the USI website which explains these circumstances. Individuals who have a genuine personal objection to being assigned a USI can apply for an exemption to the Student Identifiers Registrar. Individuals who have been exempted must show the original of this notice to their training organisation.

What is the difference between Blended and On-Campus learning?

Blended combines online (self guided) study with on-campus supervised learning.

On-campus only learning, requires more attendance and study in person.

What are your campus locations?

Though we have locations in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, currently Sydney is the only campus that is offering strictly 'On-Campus' learning. The others are opening soon again.
Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are offering Blended sessions though.

Do you offer Government funding?

Our college is covered by Government Study Loans for eligible students.

Can I choose only the units I want to do?

To gain the full Diploma, you will need to complete all the units of study.

What time does class start & finish?

Classes go between 9am-4.30pm

What is recognition of prior learning?

Recognition of Prior Learning is a process where you may clearly show that you have already gained the equivalent skills, or knowledge against certain units.  You may be granted recognition of prior learning for unit(s) of competency. An RPL Kit is available from the college.

What are the age requirements for Blended and On-Campus Study?

Students aged between 16-18.

Students under 18 can apply to enrol into either the On campus or Blended, but must meet the following criteria:

● Attending an Under 18’s screening Interview with the college and/or

● Providing supporting evidence such as year 10 school report and/or recommendation from a Principal / Employer / Community group

● Must provide evidence of parental / guardian approval

What are the requirements for students over the age of 18?

Students over 18 years of age, may enrol into either the On campus or Blended course.

Students are required to provide evidence of the following published entry requirements asstated below:

Academic Entry Requirements:

• Year 10 or equivalent and above

• VSL students must meet one of the following academic entry requirements to be eligible for enrolment through VSL funding:

o Completion of any Certificate IV in the Australian Qualifications Framework (with qualification delivered in English); or Completion of year 12, a Higher School Certificate and provision of a copy of an Australian Senior Secondary Certificate of Education; or

o Completion of Language, Literacy and Numeracy assessment to validly and reliably assess a student’s competence at or above ‘Exit level 3’ in both reading and numeracy in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF), using the ACER Core Skills Profile for Adults assessment tool. The assessment is conducted with honesty and integrity by providing each student with a unique login, supplied to their provided email address.

Note: If a student completes an ACER assessment as a part of their enrolment, the results will be reported to

▪ The student (via email) as soon as practicable after the assessment, and

▪ The secretary in the form, manner and by the time requested by the Secretary

▪ Results are required to be stored for 5 (five) years.

What are the physical requirements?

There are no physical requirements for the SHB50216 Diploma of Salon Management

What are the technology literacy requirements?

Students are required to provide their own laptop computer or device that is loaded with Microsoft Office365 software or Open Office 365 (open source). Microsoft Office 2007 or above, and Microsoft Windows8 or above or Mac OS X, Adobe Acrobat Reader. In addition, students are required to provide their own scanning device, capable of imaging multiple files and compiling into asingle PDF document (e.g. a smart phone with Adobe scan app or similar).

Access to the internet is required. Intermediate level computer skills are required that include using intermediate level Word features. Ability to produce and present word-processed documents/ reports and undertake internet research. This is self-assessed by the applicant and as the enrolment process is online this contributes to the assessment of digital literacy.

What is VET?

Australia’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) system is based on nationally endorsed industry training packages which identify specific skills and knowledge applied in the workplace. Students’ undertaking a VET qualification must demonstrate the skills and knowledge identified in a training package and be assessed as ‘competent’ in the selected units of competency to be eligible for the award of the qualification.

What is The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)?

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training.

It incorporates the qualifications from each education and training sector into a single comprehensive national qualifications framework.

What is recognition of prior learning?

Recognition of Prior Learning is a process where you may clearly show that you have already gained the equivalent skills, or knowledge against certain units.  You may be granted recognition of prior learning for unit(s) of competency. An RPL Kit is available from the college.

What is a Unique Student Identifier (USI)?

If you are studying nationally recognised training in Australia, you will be required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).

Your USI links to an online account that contains all your training records andresults (transcript) that you have completed from 1 January 2015 onwards.

When applying for a job or enrolling in further study, you will often need to provide your training records and results (transcript). One of the main benefits of the USI is the ability to provide students with easy access to their training records and results (transcript) throughout their life. You can access your USI account online from your computer, tablet, or smart phone anytime. It is free and easy to create your own USI and will only take a few minutes of your time.

There are several unique circumstances where a person may be exempt from requiring a USI. These donot apply to the vast majority of learners in Australia. The USI Exemption Table is available from the USI website which explains these circumstances. Individuals who have a genuine personal objection to being assigned a USI can apply for an exemption to the Student Identifiers Registrar. Individuals who have been exempted must show the original of this notice to their training organisation.

What is the course duration?

On-campus and Blended learning duration is 16 months for all courses. This consists of four (4) by 16 week terms, plus breaks.

How often do i need to attend on campus classes?

There are no on campus classes to attend for the SHB50216 Diploma of Salon Management, however you will be required to attend a 4 hour online zoom webinar weekly throughout the duration of the course which will be facilitated by your trainer.

What is the difference between Blended and On-Campus learning?

Blended combines online (self guided) study with on-campus supervised learning.

On-campus only learning, requires more attendance and study in person.

How often do I need to attend practical classes?

There are no practical classes to attend for the SHB50216 Diploma of Salon Management, however you will be required to attend a 4 hour online zoom webinar weekly throughout the duration of the course which will be facilitated by your trainer and complete an additional 4 hours of self directed learning. Total weekly commitment for the diploma of Salon management is 8 hours per week.

What are your campus locations?

Though we have locations in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, currently Sydney is the only campus that is offering strictly 'On-Campus' learning. The others are opening soon again.
Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are offering Blended sessions though.

Do you offer Government funding?

Our college is covered by Government Study Loans for eligible students.

Can I choose only the units I want to do?

To gain the full Diploma, you will need to complete all the units of study.

What time does class start & finish?

Classes go between 9am-4.30pm

Do you offer Tuition Fee Support?

Good news! We are VET Student Loan Approved for the SHB50115 Diploma of Beauty Therapy. The VET Student Loans program assists eligible students enrolled in approved courses to pay their tuition fees.

How long does it take to receive your Diploma of Beauty Therapy?

Assuming satisfactory progression, you can complete your Diploma of Beauty Therapy in 13 months for On-Campus and in 15 months for Online EdFlex™. It is compulsory to attend practical workshops based in either Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane to complete the practical components of your course.

How long does it take to receive your Diploma of Salon Management?

Assuming satisfactory progression, you can complete your Diploma of Salon Management in 16 months.

How often do i need to attend on campus classes?

For the Blended study - 16 days per term minimum. 64 days total for the course.

For the On Campus study - 2 days per week / per term is the minimum requirement.

How long does it take to receive your Diploma of Beauty Therapy?

Assuming satisfactory progression, you can complete your Diploma of Beauty Therapy in 15 months. It is compulsory to attend practical training and assessment in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane to complete the practical components of your course.

Do you offer Tuition Fee Support?

Good news! We are VET Student Loan Approved for the SHB50121 Diploma of Beauty Therapy and SHB50216 Diploma of Salon Management. The VET Student Loans program assists eligible students enrolled in approved courses to pay their tuition fees.

How often do I need to attend practical classes?

On-campus study requires 2 days per week / per term.

Blended study requires:

- Supervised on-campus practical training and assessment sessions (64 days minimum in course);

What is the course duration?

On-campus, learning duration is 15 months. Which is comprised of 4 by 16 week terms plus breaks.

Blended learning, is 15 months in duration. This is comprised of 4 by 16-week terms plus breaks.

What are the age requirements for Blended and On-Campus Study?

Students aged between 16-18.

Students under 18 can apply to enrol into either the On campus or Blended, but must meet the following criteria:

● Attending an Under 18’s screening Interview with the college and/or

● Providing supporting evidence such as year 10 school report and/or recommendation from a Principal / Employer / Community group

● Must provide evidence of parental / guardian approval

What are the requirements for students over the age of 18?

Students over 18 years of age, may enrol into either the On campus or Blended course.

Students are required to provide evidence of the following published entry requirements asstated below:

Academic Entry Requirements:

• Year 10 or equivalent and above

• VSL students must meet one of the following academic entry requirements to be eligible for enrolment through VSL funding:

o Completion of any Certificate IV in the Australian Qualifications Framework (with qualification delivered in English); or Completion of year 12, a Higher School Certificate and provision of a copy of an Australian Senior Secondary Certificate of Education; or

o Completion of Language, Literacy and Numeracy assessment to validly and reliably assess a student’s competence at or above ‘Exit level 3’ in both reading and numeracy in the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF), using the ACER Core Skills Profile for Adults assessment tool. The assessment is conducted with honesty and integrity by providing each student with a unique login, supplied to their provided email address.

Note: If a student completes an ACER assessment as a part of their enrolment, the results will be reported to

▪ The student (via email) as soon as practicable after the assessment, and

▪ The secretary in the form, manner and by the time requested by the Secretary

▪ Results are required to be stored for 5 (five) years.

What are the physical requirements?

● Physical capability to perform the role of a beauty therapist, this includes the ability to stand for lengthy periods of time.

● It is important to note that prior to practicing on clients, students are expected to perform treatments on each other during practical training sessions throughout the course.

What are the technology literacy requirements?

Students are required to provide their own laptop computer or device that is loaded with Microsoft Office365 software or Open Office 365 (open source). Microsoft Office 2007 or above, and Microsoft Windows8 or above or Mac OS X, Adobe Acrobat Reader. In addition, students are required to provide their own scanning device, capable of imaging multiple files and compiling into asingle PDF document (e.g. a smart phone with Adobe scan app or similar).

Access to the internet is required. Intermediate level computer skills are required that include using intermediate level Word features. Ability to produce and present word-processed documents/ reports and undertake internet research. This is self-assessed by the applicant and as the enrolment process is online this contributes to the assessment of digital literacy.

How much does the course cost?

The Diploma of Beauty Therapy (SHB50121) currently costs $6,334 per trimester which is $19,002 for the course. This pricing lasts until the end of 2023.The cost will be $5,596 per quarter as of 2024, which will be $22,384 for the course.

What is VET?

Australia’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) system is based on nationally endorsed industry training packages which identify specific skills and knowledge applied in the workplace. Students’ undertaking a VET qualification must demonstrate the skills and knowledge identified in a training package and be assessed as ‘competent’ in the selected units of competency to be eligible for the award of the qualification.

What is The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)?

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training.

It incorporates the qualifications from each education and training sector into a single comprehensive national qualifications framework.

What is recognition of prior learning?

Recognition of Prior Learning is a process where you may clearly show that you have already gained the equivalent skills, or knowledge against certain units.  You may be granted recognition of prior learning for unit(s) of competency. An RPL Kit is available from the college.

What is a Unique Student Identifier (USI)?

If you are studying nationally recognised training in Australia, you will be required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).

Your USI links to an online account that contains all your training records andresults (transcript) that you have completed from 1 January 2015 onwards.

When applying for a job or enrolling in further study, you will often need to provide your training records and results (transcript). One of the main benefits of the USI is the ability to provide students with easy access to their training records and results (transcript) throughout their life. You can access your USI account online from your computer, tablet, or smart phone anytime. It is free and easy to create your own USI and will only take a few minutes of your time.

There are several unique circumstances where a person may be exempt from requiring a USI. These donot apply to the vast majority of learners in Australia. The USI Exemption Table is available from the USI website which explains these circumstances. Individuals who have a genuine personal objection to being assigned a USI can apply for an exemption to the Student Identifiers Registrar. Individuals who have been exempted must show the original of this notice to their training organisation.

What is the difference between Blended and On-Campus learning?

Blended combines online (self guided) study with on-campus supervised learning.

On-campus only learning, requires more attendance and study in person.

What are your campus locations?

Though we have locations in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, currently Sydney is the only campus that is offering strictly 'On-Campus' learning. The others are opening soon again.
Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are offering Blended sessions though.

Do you offer Government funding?

Our college is covered by Government Study Loans for eligible students.

Can I choose only the units I want to do?

To gain the full Diploma, you will need to complete all the units of study.

What time does class start & finish?

Classes go between 9am-4.30pm

So what are you waiting for? Kick off your new career by enrolling!

Accreditation: Nationally Accredited Course
Funding: VET Student Loan Approved
Days remaining till next enrolment:
3
Next Intake:
15 Apr 2024