SHB50115 Diploma of Beauty TherapyJanuary 24, 2022 2022-02-06 2:18
SHB50115 Diploma of Beauty Therapy
SHB50115 Diploma of Beauty TherapyThis qualification reflects the role of individuals employed as beauty therapists to provide a broad range of beauty therapy treatments and services including facial treatments, body massage and treatments, hair removal, lash and brow treatments, nail, and make-up services. This includes consultation with clients to provide beauty advice, recommend beauty treatments and services, and sell retail skincare and cosmetic products. These individuals work relatively autonomously and are accountable for personal outputs. Their work involves the self-directed application of knowledge and skills with substantial depth in some areas where judgement is required in planning and selecting appropriate equipment, services, and techniques. Work is typically conducted in beauty salons and spas. No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
Pathway from the qualificationStudents who have successfully completed the SHB50115 Diploma of Beauty Therapy may be able to apply for advanced entry to a degree in health sciences (dermal therapies) at university. On successfully completion of the Diploma of Beauty Therapy participants will be able to work relatively autonomously and are accountable for their own work. Diploma qualified beauticians are able to expand their own industry knowledge and skills and expected to have substantial depth in specialist areas and advanced technical skills in the planning, selection of equipment, and provision of services and procedures.
Entry Requirements18 years old or over
▪ Year 12 or equivalent and above
▪ IELTS score 5.5 minimum (no lower than 5.0 in each band); or Cambridge First Certificate of
English –Grade C (162-168); or TOEFL Paper based (PBT) score of 525; or TOEFL Internet
based (iBT) score 70; or TOEIC (listen/Read-620; Speak/Write-260)
All students are required to participate in an interview with the Academic Manager or their delegate to
check their suitability & capacity to undertake the course. The interview may be in person or via the
Students require reasonable levels of fitness to work as a beauty therapist as the work typically involves
a range of physical movements, including bending and stretching and long periods of standing.
Participants are provided with advice on career development and training options throughout the delivery of the program. Pathways into the qualification: Preferred pathways for participants considering this qualification include: ▪ SHB40115 Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy ▪ Vocational experience but without a formal qualification
Provide body massages
Provide body treatments
Provide lash and brow services
Provide facial treatments and skin care recommendations
Provide specialised facial treatments
Provide waxing services
Design and apply make-up
Provide manicure and pedicare services
Research and apply beauty industry information
Conduct salon financial transactions
Provide salon services to clients
Comply with organisational requirements within a personal services environment
Apply safe hygiene, zhealth and work practices
Advise on beauty products and services
Recommend products and services
Communicate as part of a salon team
Apply eyelash extensions
Apply cosmetic tanning products
Design and apply make-up for photography
Provide aromatherapy massages
Prepare personalised aromatic plant oil blends for beauty treatments
Use reflexology relaxation techniques in beauty treatments
Provide stone therapy massages
Provide Indian head massages for relaxation
Design and apply remedial camouflage makeup
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|Academic English||093444B||34||$AU 350/term||$AU 250|
|General English||093164K||74||$AU 300/term||$AU 1800|
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