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Our rich curriculum of comprehensive, balanced syllabuses offers national and international qualifications. These provide students with flexible career opportunities in the Spa and Health industries. Upon graduation, our skilled Diploma graduates are recognised for their competence and are well-sought after by organisations. For the entrepreneurial, the added joy and challenge awaits as one charters the water of opening one’s own practice/salon.


Government Accredited Training (Austudy, Abstudy and Industry endorsed)

  • About Aromatherapy

    Aromatherapy involves the use of essential oils from plant sources, as therapeutic agents to seek to influence, change or modify, mind body or spirit, physiology or mood. Aromatherapy is an industry with varying forms. Based on the training of the individual and the way in which essential oils are used, there are four clearly definable branches of aromatherapy. These include aesthetic aromatherapy practised by beauty therapists, holistic aromatherapy practised by aromatherapists; psychoaromatherapy practised by aromathologists; and aromatic medicine practised by medical practitioners and aromatologists. Read more

  • About Reflexology

    Reflexology is a holistic therapy based on the premise that all body systems are reflected on the feet hands and ears. The feet (hands, ears) are assessed and congestion is released through stimulation of the relevant reflex points. Although working the feet as a therapeutic mode for both body and mind has its root in ancient cultures, the therapy as it is practiced today is based on Zone Theory, the work of Dr William Fitzgerald (1872-1942) an American Ear, Nose and Throat specialist Read more

  • About Massage Therapy

    Body therapy could be defined as a system that specialises in correcting any problems to do with the body mechanics. As the body mechanics is made up chiefly of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles, it would be reasonable to assume that a body therapist has the knowledge of all of these components and integrates this knowledge into their therapy. However this is not reflective of the current body therapy profession. Broadly speaking, you have two categories of body therapists, those that work on the soft tissues exclusively or those that target the skeletal system. Read more

  • About Beauty & Spa Therapy

    The Certificate & Diploma of Beauty & Spa Therapy is designed for student who wishes to pursue a career in a beauty salon, day spa, or spa resort in Australia or overseas. The courses provide training in all theoretical and practical aspects of make-up, manicure/pedicure, facial and body treatments. The focus is on providing the student with the most up-to-date training in beauty and body treatments available today. Read more