SHB50115 Diploma of Beauty Therapy
Why Study the Diploma of Beauty Therapy?
Once you’ve successfully completed your SHB50115 Diploma of Beauty Therapy you’ll be fully qualified to take on a variety of different roles within the beauty therapy industry, including salon manager, spa therapist, massage therapist, cosmetic sales consultant, or you could even set up your own salon if you like the idea of being your own boss.
Beauty therapy is ideal if you’re drawn towards flexible work and thanks to beauty treatments increasingly being considered less of a treat and more of a necessity for many people, qualified beauty therapists are in high demand.
What You will Learn About
Throughout the course you will engage with our hands-on training and learn about:
- Manicure and Pedicure
- Relaxation Treatments
- Aromatherapy Massage
- Indian Head Massage
- Hot Stone Massage
- Body Treatments
- Electrical Equipment
- Facials and Advanced Facials
- Photography Make-Up
- Camouflage Make-Up
- Intimate Female Waxing
- Lymphatic Massage (Melbourne CBD campus only)
- Micro-dermabrasion (Melbourne CBD campus only)
Obtaining this qualification allows you to apply for full professional membership to the Association of Professional Aestheticians of Australia (APAA). Membership to APAA brings numerous benefits and also indicates that you adhere to a strict code of ethics.
Get Job Ready
Upon successful completion of your course you will have gained the skills to work in a wide range of areas in the Beauty Industry such as:
- Mobile Beauty Therapist
- Salon Owner
- Cosmetic Sales Consultant
- Spa Therapist
- Cosmetic Company Representative
- Make-Up Artist
SHB50115 Diploma of Beauty Therapy
|SHBBBOS002||Provide body massages|
|SHBBBOS003||Provide body treatments|
|SHBBFAS001||Provide lash and brow services|
|SHBBFAS002||Provide facial treatments and skin care recommendations|
|SHBBFAS003||Provide specialised facial treatments|
|SHBBHRS001||Provide waxing services|
|SHBBMUP002||Design and apply make-up|
|SHBBNLS001||Provide manicure and pedicare services|
|SHBBRES001||Research and apply beauty industry information|
|SHBXCCS001||Conduct salon financial transactions|
|SHBXCCS002||Provide salon services to clients|
|SHBXIND001||Comply with organisational requirements within a personal services environment|
|SHBXWHS001||Apply safe hygiene, health and work practices|
|SHBBBOS004||Provide aromatherapy massages|
|SHBBBOS005||Use reflexology relaxation techniques in beauty treatments|
|SHBBINF001||Maintain infection control standards|
|BSBMB404||Undertake small business planning|
|SHBBCCS002||Prepare personalised aromatic plant oil blends for beauty treatments|
|SHBBCCS001||Advise on Beauty Products & Services|
|SHBBMUP001||Apply Eyelash Extensions|
|SHBBSPA003||Provide stone therapy massages|
|SHBBSPA004||Provide Indian head massages for relaxation|
|SHBBSKS005||Provide micro-dermabrasion treatments|
|SHBBHRS002||Provide female intimate waxing services|
|SHBBBOS006||Provide superficial lymph massage treatments|
Domestic: 52 weeks full time
International: 66 weeks full time
Check the entry requirements for international students for SHB50115 DIPLOMA OF BEAUTY THERAPY.
|Tuition Fees no kit required||$15,145||$19,870|
|Facilities and Amenities||$495||$495|
International Students Tuition Fee – AUD$16,000
*Does not include OSHC
Australian Facilities and Amenities Fee – AUD$1,500 (domestic student only)
International Student Application Fee – AUD$200
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For further information on fees, refer to the Fee Schedules for makeup and beauty courses.
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Brisbane – Turbot Street Campus
Melbourne – Bourke St Campus
Melbourne – Flinders St Campus
Practical face-to-face classes supported by online study.
Recognition of Prior Learning & Credit Transfer
Please refer to the Recognition of Prior Learning & Credit Transfer which will give you the information about the credit for prior learning.
No matter how much experience you gain in the classroom, it is still not the same as what you will learn on the job. To further develop the knowledge and practical skills that you will develop on campus, you will also complete 45 hours of work placement in a variety of salon environments to get a feel for what it is really like to work in the Beauty industry.
Various throughout the year. Monthly intakes
Students are provided with a range of products to develop their skills in the classroom including mani and pedi products, make-up products, waxing and massage products and facial products.