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// SHB50115 – Diploma of Beauty Therapy//

February 19, 2018 @ 8:00 am - December 15, 2018 @ 5:00 pm

Diploma of Beauty TherapyNationally Recognised Training

Diploma of Beauty Therapy is tailored to provide an advanced level of knowledge and skills for the industry professional wishing to pursue a career in a Wellness Spa, Spa Resort, Day Spa or Beauty Salon, in Australia or overseas. With the successful completion of the international qualifications, you may receive up to five international diplomas. Our focus is on providing the student with the most up-to-date training in beauty and body treatments available today.

Course Code: SHB50115

Course Title: Diploma of Beauty Therapy

Entry Requirements: None

Literacy Requirements: IELTS 5.5 or equivalent Year 12

Duration: 12 months full time or part time equivalent

Study Modes: Face to face, some units offered through elearning

Services in Diploma of Beauty
The following is a list of some of the services that you will be taught to provide as part of the Diploma of Beauty Therapy: Waxing, make-up design and application, facials, body wraps, massage, aromatherapy, reflexology, hot stone massage, manicure and pedicure, Indian head massage.
Course Progression
Students who complete this qualification are eligible to go on to a Graduate Certificate in Spa Therapies or complete ITEC Diplomas in a range of areas.
Career Prospects
Students who complete this qualification are eligible to work as a qualified beauty therapist, working in Spas, Resorts, Salons and with ITEC accreditation in cruise ships travelling the world!
Articulation 

For students who complete this course articulation is available into the following courses with Edith Cowan University:

  • Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
  • Bachelor of Counselling

For more information please see www.ecu.edu.au or http://apps.wcms.ecu.edu.au/advanced-standing/search

For more information about this course or the individual unit outcomes, you can go to www.training.gov.au and search for training components.

This course requires a minimum of 100 hours of work experience.

CORE UNITS

SIBBBOS401A Perform body massage

Encompasses the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission (NOHSC) guidelines for occupational health and safety. It describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to maintain a safe work environment for staff, customers and others. It involves observing basic safety and emergency procedures.

SIBBBOS402A Provide body treatments

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to perform a range of body treatments using various combinations of manual massage with electrical currents, exfoliation or body wraps according to a treatment plan.

Body treatments are performed in response to a client consultation and assessment, conducted and recorded on a treatment plan. They involve the application of a combination of manual and other selected techniques which may include electrical currents, exfoliation and body wraps. This may involve a single treatment or a series of body treatments that have been designed to meet client requirements.

The therapist performing the body treatment may or may not have designed the treatment, but is expected to access and interpret a treatment plan, explain the administration of the treatment to the client and adapt as required during the service in response to client reaction.

SIBBCCS301A Apply the principles of skin biology to beauty treatments

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to apply an understanding of the composition and function of normal skin in promoting and enhancing skin care in the application of beauty services and advising on home-care products. This unit requires the operator to demonstrate in their practice an understanding of skin biology as it applies to beauty treatments and in the promotion of healthy skin through provision of skin care advice. Knowledge of relevant legislation and workplace policies and procedures, particularly in regard to safety and hygiene, is also required

SIBBCCS302A Advise on beauty services

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to advise clients on a range of beauty services. This unit describes the research and communication skills required to provide advice on beauty treatments and products that meet the needs of clients. This advice may lead to the operator providing beauty services or the referral of the client to another operator.

SIBBCCS403A Recognise body structures and systems in a beauty therapy context

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to apply an understanding of body structure, systems and terminology in the context of identifying and analysing client needs, performing beauty therapy treatments, and providing post-treatment service and advice.

SIBBFAS404A Provide facial treatments

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to interpret a treatment plan and apply a range of facial treatments, including cleansing and preparing the face, and applying skin care products and manual massage routines. Facial massage treatments always include manual massage routine. They may also include the application of a range of skin care products and be performed in response to a client consultation and assessment, conducted and recorded on a treatment plan. The massage treatment could be an individual massage treatment or form part of a series of facial treatments that have been designed to meet client requirements.

SIBBCCS405A Develop treatment plans

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to consult with clients and develop a treatment plan for single or multiple treatment sessions for one or more services.

SIBBCCS406A Use electricity in beauty therapy treatments

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to safely apply direct and alternating electrical currents in beauty therapy treatments.

SIBBCCS407A Interpret the chemical composition and physical actions of cosmetic products

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to interpret the cosmetic chemistry and physical actions of products in order to offer accurate advice and achieve positive treatment outcomes for clients in beauty therapy treatments.

SIBBCCS408A Promote healthy nutritional options in a beauty therapy context

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to apply the principles of nutrition, as based on healthy food and nutrition guidelines, when providing information to clients that will enhance the outcomes of beauty therapy treatments and clients’ general wellbeing. This information is integrated at the operator’s discretion, based on the outcomes of client consultation and as part of beauty therapy treatments.

SIBBFAS302A Provide lash and brow treatments

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to analyse the lash and brow needs of clients and provide a range of treatments that may include lash and brow colouring, brow shaping and lash perming.

Lash and brow treatments are provided in response to client consultation. They involve the performance of known procedures where some discretion and judgement is required in the selection of products, equipment, and contingency measures within commercial service time constraints.

SIBBFAS404A Provide facial treatments

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to interpret a treatment plan and apply a range of facial treatments, including cleansing and preparing the face, and applying skin care products and manual massage routines. Facial massage treatments always include manual massage routine. They may also include the application of a range of skin care products and be performed in response to a client consultation and assessment, conducted and recorded on a treatment plan. The massage treatment could be an individual massage treatment or form part of a series of facial treatments that have been designed to meet client requirements.

SIBBFAS405A Provide advanced facial treatments

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to assess client’s skin and apply advanced facial treatment procedures using specialised products and electrical equipment for a range of skin conditions. Facial treatments are designed and performed in response to a client consultation and assessment, conducted and recorded on a treatment plan. Facial treatment services involve the application of a combination of manual massage and other selected treatment products and techniques.

SIBBHRS301A Perform waxing treatments

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to safely apply waxing treatments on the face and body, to reduce unwanted hair.

SIBBNLS201A Work in a nail services framework

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to apply the principles of nail science and recognise skin disorders as they apply to nail treatments on hands and feet.

SIBBNLS202A Provide manicure and pedicare services

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to perform a range of manicure and pedicare services.

The manicure or pedicare service is performed in response to client consultation and assessment, conducted and recorded on a treatment plan.

SIBXCCS201A Conduct financial transactions

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to communicate with clients and operate a range of point-of-sale equipment to perform sales transactions and reconcile takings. The unit describes the function of performing cash handling procedures and financial transactions relating to services or retail product sales in a personal services environment.

SIBXCCS202A Provide service to clients

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to deliver a complete customer service experience to clients in a personal services environment. It includes reception duties, scheduling client services, responding to client complaints, and identifying and responding to clients’ special customer service needs.

SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required for effective communication with customers and other staff in the workplace. It involves establishing contact with customers, processing information, working in a team, maintaining personal presentation, following routine instructions, and reading and interpreting retail documents.

SIBXFAS201A Design and apply make-up

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to design and apply suitable facial make-up to meet client requirements.

SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to work effectively in a retail environment. It involves acting responsibly and in a non-discriminatory manner, developing retail industry knowledge, including industrial award or agreement relevant to the job role, maintaining personal hygiene and presentation, and prioritising tasks.

SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices

Encompasses the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission (NOHSC) guidelines for occupational health and safety. It describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to maintain a safe work environment for staff, customers and others. It involves observing basic safety and emergency procedures.

Elective Group C - Relaxation Massage

SIBBBOS403A Perform aromatherapy massage

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to perform an aromatherapy massage using pre-blended aromatic plant oils. The therapist performing the aromatherapy massage treatment is required to interpret the treatment plan, explain the administration of the treatment to client and adapt the plan as required during the service in response to client reaction.
Aromatherapy massage is performed in response to client consultation and assessment, conducted to meet client objectives, and recorded on a treatment plan. It could be an individual aromatherapy massage treatment or form part of a series of treatments that have been designed to meet client requirements.

SIBBBOS504A Apply aromatic plant oil chemistry to beauty treatments

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to identify and apply aromatic plant oil chemistry to the blending of preparations for use in beauty treatments.

In order to select and blend aromatic plant oils for aromatic face and body treatments the therapist is required to develop a thorough knowledge of their characteristics. This unit describes the process of identifying the properties, origins and therapeutic profiles of a limited range of aromatic plant oils and carrier oils that may be selected and blended.

SIBBBOS505A Blend and apply a range of aromatic plant oils for beauty treatments

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to identify and apply aromatic plant oil chemistry to the blending of preparations for use in beauty treatments.
In order to select and blend aromatic plant oils for aromatic face and body treatments the therapist is required to develop a thorough knowledge of their characteristics. This unit describes the process of identifying the properties, origins and therapeutic profiles of a limited range of aromatic plant oils and carrier oils that may be selected and blended.

SIBBBOS506A Use reflexology relaxation techniques in beauty treatments

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to integrate basic reflexology relaxation techniques into body treatments.

Body treatments are performed in response to a client consultation and assessment, conducted and recorded on a treatment plan. They involve the application of a combination of manual and other selected techniques.

SIBBSPA505A Provide Indian head massage for relaxation

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to provide Indian head massage as part of a spa program.

Elective Units - Choose six(6)

SIBBSPA501A Work in a spa therapies framework

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to apply spa principles and practice when offering spa treatments and creating and maintaining a spa services environment.

SIBBSPA502A Plan spa programs

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to identify a client’s general spa treatment requirements and plan a treatment program.

SIBBSPA503A Provide spa therapies

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to provide wet room and dry room spa therapies.

In a spa environment, the beauty therapist may or may not have had contact with the client in the initial development of the spa program plan. The plan may relate to a single visit or may include a series of treatments over time. The therapist reviews and updates the initial treatment plan with the client as part of each treatment service.

SIBBSPA504A Provide stone therapy massage

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to provide stone therapy massage as part of a spa program.

SIBBFAS303A Design and apply remedial camouflage make-up

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to design and apply remedial camouflage make-up products and techniques to disguise the appearance of particular special skin conditions based on an assessment of the facial and body areas requiring remedial camouflage. This is a cosmetic response to a number of conditions that have caused a visible alteration to the texture, colour and tone of the skin in a specific area of the face or body.

A cosmetic camouflage make-up treatment is custom designed and applied after clientobservation and consultation. It involves the use of specialised products and application techniques to cover and blend the treatment area to match the client’s surrounding skin.

HLTFA01B Apply first aid

Describes the skills and knowledge required to provide first aid response, life support, management of casualty(s), the incident and other first aiders, until the arrival of medical or other assistance.

HLTIN402B Maintain infection control standards in office practice

Describes the skills and knowledge required of health care workers in office practice settings to comply with infection control regulations, standards, guidelines, policy and procedures and to identify, manage and control infection risks to clients, clients, themselves and other health care workers

SIRXSLS004A Build relationships with customers

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to use advanced sales techniques in building relationships with customers and interacting with customers, applying expert product knowledge as it relates to customers, dealing with difficult customers, establishing and maintaining a customer database, and conducting sales presentations.

SIBXRES501A Investigate new products and services

Describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to investigate, plan for and introduce new products and services. Personal services managers regularly investigate new products and services in order to change or enhance the business product or service range. They may be required to apply initiative and judgement, using a range of problem-solving and decision-making strategies.

AAOWT Diploma courses have been accepted as a pathway to the following Edith Cowan University qualifications:

Diploma of Aromatherapy HLT52315
Bachelor Arts (Psychology)
Bachelor of Counselling

Diploma of Reflexology HLT52515
Bachelor Arts (Psychology)
Bachelor of Counselling

Diploma of Remedial Massage HLT52015
Bachelor Arts (Psychology)
Bachelor of Counselling
Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science)
Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science and Rehabilitation)

Diploma of Beauty Therapy SHB50115
Bachelor Arts (Psychology)
Bachelor of Counselling

International students who have completed studies at AAOWT will be individually assessed for English requirements.

Advanced standing (like successful RPL) will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

AAOWT graduate looking to further your studies in these areas can now have a direct pathway.

The information above is correct at the time of publishing. However, all programs may be subject to ongoing review by AAOWT to ensure compliance. For units being offered in any semester, contact AAOWT Program Support Team.

For inquiring about this course, please fill up the form.

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Start:
February 19, 2018 @ 8:00 am
End:
December 15, 2018 @ 5:00 pm
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