The Certificate III in Beauty Services (SHB30115) is a nationally recognised qualification developed as part of the national Beauty Industry Package. The program is delivered over one full day or one ½ day (dependent on the students timetable) per week over two years and includes designing and applying makeup, workplace communication, operations and sales skills, manicure and pedicure services, waxing and lash and brow tinting, spray tanning and lash extensions.
At the end of the 1st year students will receive a partial completion. Should they wish to continue onto completing the full certificate an opportunity will be made available through the college for them to do so.
- The aim of this course provides students with an overview and understanding of the beauty therapy industry. Students have the opportunity to acquire skills, knowledge and personal attributes to work in the beauty therapy industry and provide clients with exceptional service in the areas of nails, make-up, waxing and lash and brow services.They will also learn how to successfully operate and run a beauty salon.Students will have access to a fully equipped simulated beauty environment, reception and laundry.
Vocational Education and Training Programs are conducted under the auspices of various Registered Training Organisations. This certificate course is delivered by CRCIT (Catholic Regional College Institute of Training 22427). To maximize your learning opportunity it is strongly recommended you attend every session of the course. Students are permitted 2 absences per semester. Students who are continuously absent may receive an N (Not Satisfactory) result for the unit(s) of study or may result in their withdrawal from the program.
Structured Workplace Learning
Students will be expected to complete a range of beauty services on clients, both new and regular, with different requirements, who have the expectation that the services provided reflect those of a commercial business. This will occur within our Beauty business at the college (CRC Beauty).
Entry requirements and pre-requisites
There are no formal entry requirements or pre-requisites for this course.