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Academy VET in School


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Contents

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Introduction 4 About VET 5 SACE Information 6 School Based New Apprenticeships 7 Assistant Make up Artist 8 Assistant Retail Make up Artist 14 Assistant Retail Skin Care Consultant 16 Certificate III in Beauty Services 20 Certificate II in Hairdressing 26 Certificate III in Hairdressing 30 Assistant Fashion Stylist 36 Junior Fashion Consultant 40 Assistant Fashion Wardrobe Dresser 44 Junior/Dresser Visual Merchandiser 48 Junior In Store Visual Merchandiser 52 Introduction to Session Styling (Hair, Make up and Fashion) 56 Introduction to Beauty and Nails 58 Introduction to Make up and Fashion 60 Preparing for the Interview 62 Certificate III in La Moda 64

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INTRODUCTION

VET stands for Vocational Education and Training. The key words are vocational and training – meaning job related training. School students can combine regular school subjects in conjunction with vocational training. The courses that Colour Cosmetica Academy offers for VET programs are: • • • • • • • • •

Certificate II in Retail Make up and Skin Care Certificate II in Image Management Certificate II in Hairdressing School Based New Apprenticeship – Hairdressing Introduction to Hairdressing, Make up Artistry and Fashion Styling Retailing with Fashion Introduction to Beauty and Nails Introduction to Make up and Fashion Preparing for the Interview

Students also have the opportunity to commence and complete qualifications at the Certificate III level. These courses include: • • •

Certificate III in La Moda (the Fashion) Certificate III in Beauty Services Certificate III in Hairdressing

This information can be requested from a Colour Cosmetica Academy Representative.

ABOUT VET

All training is conducted at Colour Cosmetica Academy, 20 – 32 Union Street, in the East End of Adelaide. Some on-site training can be carried out on your school grounds, with a qualified educator, whom is competent to deliver relevant units of competency from the Hairdressing and Beauty curriculum from your school. This can be discussed with the Principal of Colour Cosmetica Academy.

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The most appealing point of the VET in schools programs that Colour Cosmetica Academy offers is that Year 10, 11 and 12 students can stay at school and complete their SACE, qualify for university entry and obtain a VET qualification all at once. It is not uncommon for students to complete certificates in Hairdressing, Make up and Fashion Styling, business etc – and get a head start.


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SACE INFORMATION

SCHOOL BASED NEW APPRENTICESHIPS

Vocational Education and Training (VET) is education and training that gives students skills and knowledge for work. VET operates through a national training system, and is delivered, assessed and certified by Registered Training Organisations.

New Apprenticeship when the following applies:

The new SACE is designed to give students increased flexibility, including greater opportunities to have diverse forms of learning and achievement recognised. These directions are in line with the SACE Board legislation and State and national policies aimed at facilitating the transition of young people from school to further education, training and employment.

The recognition arrangements for VET in the SACE will enable students to include more vocational education and training (VET) in their SACE studies. These recognition arrangements help students to build coherent pathways in the SACE through VET, and encourage students to complete, or make significant progress towards completing, VET qualifications while completing the SACE.

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The student is enrolled in the senior secondary certificate (the SACE) The school at which the student is enrolled acknowledges and endorses the Training Plan required by the Contract of Training The SBNA is recognised on the senior secondary certificate.

Under these arrangements, the SBNA’s are both full time students and part time employees and are completing training which will enable them to gain an AQF Certificate. Why is the school asked to endorse a School Based New Apprenticeship? School Principals (or their delegate) will be asked to acknowledge and endorse an SBNA by being a signatory to the Training Plan attached to the Contract of Training. This will signify the SBNA is an integral part of the school program which will require one or more of the following: From 2011, the recognition arrangements for VET in the SACE will enable students to include more vocational education and training (VET) in their SACE studies. Students can gain recognition for up to 180 SACE credits at Stage 1 and/or Stage 2 for successfully completed VET. Stage 1 and 2 All VET qualifications, or units of competency that make up a qualification, in the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) can contribute to the completion requirements of the SACE. Students can use a maximum of two qualifications at Certificate I level to gain credits towards the completion of the SACE. There is no limit to the number of qualifications at Certificate II level or higher that students can use to gain credits towards the completion of the SACE.

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The student will use school time to attend work and/or training The student will exchange one or more SACE subject unit(s) for the nominal hours of VET competencies studied as part of the Contract of Training The school applies resources to the arrangements required for the SBNA Timetable amendments to accommodate the student Special SACE units developed to assist in VET/ workplace recognition Support for the student in counselling, mentoring, special catch-up classes Submitting VET results related to the contract to the SACE Board of SA for SACE recognition preferably by November each year Ensuring the SBNA is built into each student’s Individual Learning Plan and supported through high quality career information and transition services

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Student councillors/VET Co-ordinators or nominated teachers will assist the student in planning for a SBNA by helping them to select the most appropriate subjects that meet their planned career pathways and SACE pattern requirements. Who are the signatories to a Contract of Training and Training Plan? A New Apprenticeship Centre (NAC) will assist with the completion and signing of the Contract of Training and attached Training Plan. The employer, student and parent/ guardian are all signatories to the contract. The chosen Registered Training Organisation is also nominated on the contract. School Principals (or their delegate) will sign the Training Plan and will be involved in negotiating and agreeing on the school, work and training components. Schools will be entitled to hold a photocopy of the Contract of Training and Training Plan and should record the total number and the basic details of SBNA’s in their school for attendance auditing and ‘Duty of Care’ purposes.


ASSISTANT MAKE UP ARTIST

During any type of production, you help with touch-ups between takes. You deliver supplies, keep models, actors, media representatives and clients comfortable, and move make up to where it needs to be. Depending on the size of the production, you might even be able to help with the application of make up, like doing small areas of body paint application, putting on foundation, or even doing the make up of extras.

This is a job that calls for long hours and lots of movement. You can expect to have times of rush, like when setting up or moving to a new location, and also times when you spend hours in one position, hunched over an actor and getting their look just right. It is important to be a proactive junior to get noticed by your peers: this is how you build a professional reputation and gain further work.

CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE SIB20110 | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS SIBBFAS201A Demonstrate retail skin care products SIBXCCS201A Conduct financial transactions SIRXCLM001A Organise and maintain work areas SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIBXFAS201A Design and apply make up SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment SIRXMER001A Merchandise products SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices SIRXRPK002A Recommend hair, beauty and cosmetic products and services SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services ELECTIVE UNITS MAKE UP & ASSISTING SELECTED COMPULSORY ELECTIVE UNITS FROM CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE FOR AN ASSISTANT MAKE UP ARTIST SIB20110 | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL SIBXCCS202A Provide service to clients SIBXFAS202A Design and apply make up for photography SIBBFAS303A Design and apply remedial camouflage make up SIBBRES201A Research and apply beauty industry information BSBSUS201A Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

COSMETICS

COSMETICS

A major part of this job is making sure the model, actor or media representatives make up looks the same from scene to scene and from day to day. Single shots can take days to film, so you need to ensure that the bruise painted on the right check on day one doesn’t move to the left by day 15.

TO QUALIFY AS AN ASSISTANT MAKE UP ARTIST, COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY RECOMMENDS THE COMPLETION OF SIB20110 CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE.

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CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE SIB20110 | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

Assistant Make up Artists work with the main Make up Artists to create the look the Director demands. If you’re an Assistant Make up Artist, your work covers a range of possibilities, from the basic to the complex. As the Assistant, you go along for the ride, working right beside the main Artist. Each day, you set up and break down the workstation. This includes setting out brushes, refilling supplies, cleaning tools, and, in general, making sure things are hygienic and ready to go.

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ASSISTANT MAKE UP ARTIST

COURSE COST INCIDENTAL EXPENSES MAKE UP OPTION 1 CLASSIC COSMETIC KIT OR MAKE UP OPTION 2 ADVANCED COSMETIC KIT

$2,000.00 $500.00 $600.00 $1,000.00

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all compulsory core units from the Certificate II in Retail Make up and Skin Care: Assistant Make up Artist Make up and Beauty Text Books Assistant Make up Artist Practical Workbook Assistant Make up Artist Art Brushes Assistant Make up Artist Professional Make up and Beauty Case Assistant Make up Artist Professional Equipment Kit Colour Cosmetica Classic Cosmetic Kit Option 1 - $600.00 Colour Cosmetica Classic Advanced Cosmetic Kit Option 2 - $1,000.00 Assistant Make up Artist Industry Placement Log Book Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Pens, Pencils (Colour and Lead), Highlighters, Diary and A4 Folders with Notepaper x 1. COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 440 hours (60 SACE credits)

COSMETICS

COURSE DELIVERY Monday, 10am-4pm Or Monday, 6pm-9pm Tuesday, 6pm-9pm

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ASSISTANT RETAIL MAKE UP ARTIST

ASSISTANT RETAIL MAKE UP ARTIST

This position is an Assistant Department Store or Make up Counter Assistant. Focusing on the promotional and sales of a particular cosmetic range, assisting on make up lessons and advice on product suitability and colour choice, in depth knowledge of the particular product range is imperative. As an Assistant Retail Make up Artist, you will get great training in product application as well as client skills. This is a creative and interesting part of retail to work in. There is usually

always something to do in a cosmetic and beauty environment, from hygiene and housekeeping duties to make up application and new product training. You will gain promotion and sales through various media such as special offers, promotional events and the application of make up at the counter. The types of make up required may be assisting the Qualified Make up Artist on special occasion designs, evening make up, bridal make up, fashion

and events make up, cosmetic camouflage make up and make up lessons. Some companies also pay commission on sales to add incentives for the Make up Artist to sell their products. As you get more advanced in the cosmetic and beauty retail hierarchy, the job can get more interesting and varied. However, even at entry-level, cosmetics and beauty retail positions offer an admirable step into the world of beauty.

COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS SIBBFAS201A Demonstrate retail skin care products SIBXCCS201A Conduct financial transactions SIRXCLM001A Organise and maintain work areas SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIBXFAS201A Design and apply make up SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment SIRXMER001A Merchandise products SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices SIRXRPK002A Recommend hair, beauty and cosmetic products and services SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services ELECTIVE UNITS MAKE UP AND RETAIL SELECTED COMPULSORY ELECTIVE UNITS FROM CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE FOR AN ASSISTANT RETAIL MAKE UP ARTIST SIB20110 | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL SIBXCCS202A Provide service to clients SIRXICT001A Operate retail technology SIBXFAS202A Design and apply make up for photography SIRXINV001A Perform stock control procedures SIBBRES201A Research and apply beauty industry information

COSMETICS

COSMETICS

CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE SIB20110 | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

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CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE SIB20110 | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

TO QUALIFY AS AN ASSISTANT RETAIL MAKE UP ARTIST, COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY RECOMMENDS THE COMPLETION OF SIB20110 CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE.

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ASSISTANT RETAIL MAKE UP ARTIST

COURSE COST INCIDENTAL EXPENSES MAKE UP OPTION 1 CLASSIC COSMETIC KIT OR MAKE UP OPTION 2 ADVANCED COSMETIC KIT

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$2,000.00 $500.00 $600.00 $1,000.00

The following incidental are required for the completion of all compulsory core units from the Certificate II in Retail Make up and Skin Care: Assistant Retail Make up Artist Make up and Beauty Text Books Assistant Retail Make up Artist Practical Workbook Assistant Retail Make up Artist Art Brushes Assistant Retail Make up Artist Professional Make up and Beauty Case Assistant Retail Make up Artist Professional Equipment Kit Colour Cosmetica Classic Cosmetic Kit Option 1 - $600.00 Colour Cosmetica Classic Advanced Cosmetic Kit Option 2 - $1,000.00 Assistant Retail Make up Artist Industry Placement Log Book Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Pens, Pencils (Colour and Lead), Highlighters, Diary and A4 Folders with Notepaper x 1. COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 440 hours (60 SACE credits)

COSMETICS

COSMETICS

COURSE DELIVERY Monday, 10am-4pm Or Monday, 6pm-9pm Tuesday, 6pm-9pm


ASSISTANT RETAIL SKIN CARE CONSULTANT cosmetics and explain how they can use them to highlight facial features. You’ll need to keep account of inventory levels and restock when necessary. You’ll need to groom and dress well so that you reflect an image that complements your product line. Communication skills and a likable personality will help you build rapport with your customer base and you’ll be able to discern their needs and expectations. You’ll also have to stay well-informed of the latest products and techniques since your profession is one driven by the ever-changing fashion industry.

TO QUALIFY AS AN ASSISTANT RETAIL SKIN CARE CONSULTANT, COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY RECOMMENDS THE COMPLETION OF SIB20110 CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE.

CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE SIB20110 | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

ELECTIVE UNITS RETAIL AND SKIN CARE SELECTED COMPULSORY ELECTIVE UNITS FROM CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE FOR AN ASSISTANT RETAIL SKIN CARE CONSULTANT SIB20110 | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL SIBXCCS202A Provide service to clients SIRXICT001A Operate retail technology SIRXMER003A Monitor in-store visual merchandising display SIBBRES201A Research and apply beauty industry information SIRXRSK001A Minimise theft

COSMETICS

COSMETICS

COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS SIBBFAS201A Demonstrate retail skin care products SIBXCCS201A Conduct financial transactions SIRXCLM001A Organise and maintain work areas SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIBXFAS201A Design and apply make up SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment SIRXMER001A Merchandise products SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices SIRXRPK002A Recommend hair, beauty and cosmetic products and services SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services

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CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL MAKE UP AND SKIN CARE SIB20110 | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

An Assistant Retail Skin Care Consultant supports in the retail and sales of skin care, aiding to improve the overall appearance and well being of clients skin and body care by aiding in the advice on how to take care of ones skin and nails, and advice on what kind of bath and beauty products are best suited. As an Assistant Retail Skin Care Consultant you will assist in introducing customers to the latest skin care products by offering samples, demonstrating their use and explaining their benefits. You may help customers apply colour

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ASSISTANT RETAIL SKIN CARE CONSULTANT

COURSE COST $2,000.00 INCIDENTAL EXPENSES $500.00 MAKE UP OPTION 1 CLASSIC COSMETIC KIT $600.00 OR MAKE UP OPTION 2 ADVANCED COSMETIC KIT $1,000.00 The following incidental are required for the completion of all compulsory core units from the Certificate II in Retail Make up and Skin Care: Assistant Retail Skin Care Consultant Make up and Beauty Text Books Assistant Retail Skin Care Consultant Make up Artist Practical Workbook Assistant Retail Skin Care Consultant Make up Artist Art Brushes Assistant Retail Skin Care Consultant Professional Make up and Beauty Case Assistant Retail Skin Care Consultant Professional Equipment Kit Colour Cosmetica Classic Cosmetic Kit Option 1 - $600.00 Colour Cosmetica Classic Advanced Cosmetic Kit Option 2 - $1,000.00 Assistant Retail Skin Care Consultant Industry Placement Log Book Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Pens, Pencils (Colour and Lead), Highlighters, Diary and A4 Folders with Notepaper x 1. COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 440 hours (60 SACE credits) COURSE DELIVERY Monday, 10am-4pm Or Monday, 6pm-9pm Tuesday, 6pm-9pm

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SIB30110 CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES

Develop the skills to begin your career in the Beauty Therapy industry. Students will be highly skilled in interacting with customers, providing a range of beauty services including make up, waxing, nail technology, lash and brow treatments and demonstrating and selling retail skin care and other cosmetic products. As a Certificate III Qualified Beautician you can begin your career within beauty salons executing all practical skills learnt through your qualification. You will be a key performer in working within beauty salon general reception areas and executing all duties including retail skin care and make up products, merchandising, client consultation and care. Learn the art of beauty and make up to begin your career in Beauty Therapy and the wider beauty industry. COURSE PATHWAY - VOCATIONAL Colour Cosmetica offers the nationally and internationally accredited Certificate II, III, IV and Diploma of Beauty programs. Following is the beauty training pathway that students can undertake. WHERE TO NEXT? Once successfully completed the Certificate III in Beauty Services, participants can continue studying with higher level qualifications including:

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CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES SIB30110 | DOMESTIC | SKILLS FOR ALL | INTERNATIONAL

CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES SIB30110 | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

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COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS SIBBCCS301A Apply the principles of skin biology to beauty treatments SIBBRES201A Research and apply beauty industry information SIBXCCS201A Conduct financial transactions SIBXCCS202A Provide service to clients SIRXCLM001A Organise and maintain work areas SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services ELECTIVE UNITS FOR SIB30110 CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES SELECT ALL 4 ELECTIVES UNITS FROM EITHER GENERAL BEAUTY OR MAKE UP. GROUP A GENERAL BEAUTY SIBBCCS302A Advise on beauty services SIBBFAS201A Demonstrate retail skin care products SIBBFAS302A Provide lash and brow treatments SIBBHRS301A Perform waxing treatments GROUP B MAKE UP BSBDES301A SIBBFAS303A SIBXFAS201A SIBXFAS202A

Explore the use of colour Design and apply remedial camouflage make up Design and apply make up Design and apply make up for photography

SELECT 7 UNITS FROM THE GENERAL ELECTIVE UNITS FOR SIB30110 CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES CLIENT SERVICES SIBBCCS302A Advise on beauty services

DESIGN BSBDES202A BSBDES301A

Evaluate the nature of design in a specific industry context Explore the use of colour

BEAUTY

BEAUTY

COMPUTER OPERATIONS AND ICT MANAGEMENT SIRXICT001A Operate retail technology


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SIB30110 CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES

FACIAL SERVICES SIBBFAS201A SIBBFAS302A SIBBFAS303A SIBXFAS201A SIBXFAS202A

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Demonstrate retail skin care products Provide lash and brow treatments Design and apply remedial camouflage make up Design and apply make up Design and apply make up for photography

HAIR REDUCTION SERVICES SIBBHRS301A Perform waxing treatments INVENTORY SIRXINV001A

Perform stock control procedures

MERCHANDISING SIRXMER001A Merchandise products SIRXMER003A Monitor in-store visual merchandising display SIRXMER005A Create a display NAIL SERVICES SIBBNLS201A SIBBNLS202A SIBBNLS203A SIBBNLS204A SIBBNLS205A SIBBNLS206A SIBBNLS207A

Work in a nail services framework Provide manicure and pedicare services Apply ultraviolet gel nail enhancement Apply acrylic nail enhancement Apply nail art Use electric file equipment for nails Apply advanced nail art

RETAIL PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE SIRXRPK002A Recommend hair, beauty and cosmetic products and services SALES SIRXSLS001A

Sell products and services

SKIN SERVICES SIBBSKS201A SIBBSKS302A

Pierce ears Apply cosmetic tanning products

SUSTAINABILITY BSBSUS201A Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

BEAUTY

BEAUTY

SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT BSBSMB304A Determine resource requirements for the micro business BSBSMB402A Plan small business finances BSBSMB406A Manage small business finances


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SIB30110 CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES

COURSE COST SKILLS FOR ALL FUNDING STUDENT COST INCIDENTAL EXPENSES MAKE UP OPTION 1 CLASSIC COSMETIC KIT OR MAKE UP OPTION 2 ADVANCED COSMETIC KIT

$6,000.00 $2,570.00 $3,430.00 $1,880.00 $600.00 $1,000.00

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all compulsory core units from the Certificate III in Beauty Services: Certificate III in Beauty Services Make up and Beauty Text Books Certificate III in Beauty Services Make up Artist Practical Workbook Certificate III in Beauty Services Make up Artist Art Brushes Certificate III in Beauty Services Professional Make up and Beauty Case Certificate III in Beauty Services Professional Equipment Kit Colour Cosmetica Classic Cosmetic Kit Option 1 - $600.00 Colour Cosmetica Classic Advanced Cosmetic Kit Option 2 - $1,000.00 Certificate III in Beauty Services Industry Placement Log Book Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Pens, Pencils (Colour and Lead), Highlighters, Diary and A4 Folders with notepaper x 1. COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 440 hours (60 SACE credits)

BEAUTY

COURSE DELIVERY Monday, 10am-4pm Wednesday, 6pm-9pm Or Monday, 6pm-9pm Tuesday, 6pm-9pm Wednesday, 6pm-9pm

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SIH20111 CERTIFICATE II IN HAIRDRESSING

If you want to commence a career in Hairdressing and would like to progress through the qualification in stages, SIH20111 Certificate II in Hairdressing is for you.

SIH20111 CERTIFICATE II IN HAIRDRESSING MAY QUALIFY YOU INTO AN ASSISTANT IN HAIR AND SCALP TREATMENTS, ASSISTANT RETAILER AND MERCHANDISER IN HAIR, BEAUTY AND COSMETIC PRODUCTS AND AN ASSISTANT IN RINSING AND CHEMICALLY TREATING HAIR.

TO QUALIFY AS A PROFESSIONAL FREELANCE HAIR STYLIST, COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY RECOMMENDS THE COMPLETION OF SIH20111 CERTIFICATE II IN HAIRDRESSING AND 40608SA CERTIFICATE III IN LA MODA.

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COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS BSBSUS201A Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices SIHHBAS201A Perform shampoo and basin services SIHHCCS201A Greet and prepare clients for salon services SIHHHDS201A Dry hair to shape SIHHIND201A Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas SIHHOHS201A Apply salon safety procedures SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment ELECTIVE UNITS GENERAL ELECTIVE UNITS FROM SIH20111 CERTIFICATE II IN HAIRDRESSING SIH20111 | DOMESTIC | SKILLS FOR ALL | INTERNATIONAL SELECT 5 ELECTIVE UNITS GENERAL ELECTIVE SIBXCCS201A Conduct financial transactions SIHHBAS202A Perform head, neck and shoulder massage SIHHCLS201A Apply hair colour products SIHHHRS201A Rinse and neutralise chemically restructured hair SIHHHDS202A Apply hair braiding techniques SIHHIND202A Develop hairdressing industry knowledge SIRXMER001A Merchandise products SIRXRPK002A Recommend hair, beauty and cosmetic products and services SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services

HAIR

HAIR

Course Pathway Vocational Pathway Colour Cosmetica Academy offers the nationally and internationally accredited Certificate II, III, IV and Diploma of Hairdressing programs.

Covering all essential elements for Salon business, how to build professional relationships, networking, building a clientele, how to work with clients needs, hair care, hair theory, draping shampooing and scalp massage. Students participate in practical and theory work sessions.

SIH20111 Certificate II in Hairdressing is a pre-vocational qualification that leads directly to SIH30111 Certificate III in Hairdressing or can be used as a career path as a prerequisite to 40608SA Certificate III in La Moda.

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CERTIFICATE II IN HAIRDRESSING SIH20111 | DOMESTIC | SKILLS FOR ALL | INTERNATIONAL

Certificate II in Hairdressing is an introductory to the full qualification of Hairdressing. It is designed for direction into the Hairdressing industry. Certificate II in Hairdressing is a prevocational qualification that leads directly into Certificate III in Hairdressing.

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COURSE COST INCIDENTAL EXPENSES TOTAL COST

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$2,000.00 $ 500.00 $2,500.00

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all compulsory core units and selected elective units from the Certificate II in Hairdressing: Certificate II in Hairdressing Textbooks Certificate II in Hairdressing Practical Workbooks Certificate II in Hairdressing Practical Equipment Certificate II in Hairdressing Industry Placement Log Book Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Pens, Pencils (Colour and Lead), Highlighters, Diary and A4 Folders with Notepaper x 1. COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. Between 330 and 365 hours dependent upon elective units selected. (45-50 SACE credits)

HAIR

HAIR

COURSE DELIVERY Tuesday, 10am-4pm Monday, 6pm -9pm Tuesday, 6pm-9pm


SIH30111 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING

The numbers of people who require and visit hairdressing salons, the amount of money spent on hair and beauty services are constantly increasing. If you are innovative and ambitious, there is no limit to your potential in a career in hairdressing.

system or work through full time studies, Colour Cosmetica Academy is there to guide you on your path. With a strategy of combining experience and studies, Colour Cosmetica Academy can provide the best pathway to becoming a fully qualified and recognised hairdresser.

Successful applicants will qualify with a nationally accredited Certificate in Hairdressing. Whether you decide to study hairdressing via the apprenticeship

Colour Cosmetica Academy has been awarded the highest honour. National Excellence, in Hairdressing Education, through National Industry, Hair Expo Australia.

SIH30111 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING MAY QUALIFY YOU AS A LICENSED/QUALIFIED HAIR COLOURIST AND TECHNICIAN, QUALIFIED LADIES STYLIST, QUALIFIED MEN’S STYLIST, QUALIFIED LONG HAIR STYLIST, QUALIFIED STYLIST IN HAIR EXTENSIONS, QUALIFIED RETAILER IN HAIR, BEAUTY AND COSMETIC PRODUCTS AND QUALIFIED HAIR, BEAUTY AND COSMETICS VISUAL MERCHANDISER.

CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING SIH30111 | DOMESTIC | SKILLS FOR ALL | INTERNATIONAL COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS BSBSUS201A Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices SIBXCCS201A Conduct financial transactions SIBXCCS202A Provide service to clients SIHHBAS201A Perform shampoo and basin services SIHHCCS302A Perform a full client consultation SIHHCCS303A Respond to service related and technical problems SIHHHCS301A Design haircut structures SIHHHCS302A Apply one length or solid haircut structures SIHHHCS303A Apply graduated haircut structures SIHHHCS304A Apply layered haircut structures SIHHHCS305A Apply over-comb techniques SIHHHRS302A Perform chemical curling and volumising services SIHHHRS303A Perform chemical straightening and relaxing services SIHHCLS302A Colour and lighten hair

HAIR

HAIR

No other industry has such a demand for qualified, creative, well trained graduates. The qualification in Hairdressing offers such bright opportunities for an individual to start a personal business and work towards financial independence.

Another reward is the professional satisfaction that you gain with each client. Your artistic license and training gives you the potential of changing someone’s life by making them look good and feel beautiful, possibly for the first time.

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CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING SIH30111 | DOMESTIC | SKILLS FOR ALL | INTERNATIONAL

A qualification in Hairdressing holds guaranteed and unlimited prospects for you, the professional Hairdresser; a member of the ever changing, always fascinating fashion and beauty Industry. New techniques, new products and new opportunities appear everyday.

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SIHHCLS303A Design and perform full and partial highlighting techniques SIHHCLS304A Neutralise unwanted colours and tones SIHHCLS305A Perform on scalp full head and retouch bleach services SIHHHDS303A Design and apply short to medium length hair design finishes SIHHIND201A Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas SIHHHSC301A Apply the principles of hairdressing science SIHHHSC302A Identify and treat hair and scalp conditions SIHHIND303A Coordinate clients and services SIHHIND304A Develop and expand a client base SIHHOHS201A Apply salon safety procedures SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment ELECTIVE UNITS FROM SIH30111 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING SELECT A MINIMUM OF 3 ELECTIVE UNITS FROM GENERAL HAIRDRESSING OR MEN’S HAIRDRESSING GROUP A - GENERAL HAIRDRESSING SIHHHCS306A Combine structures for current haircut designs SIHHHCS307A Combine structures for traditional and classic men’s haircut designs SIHHHDS304A Design and apply classic long hair up styles GROUP B - MEN'S HAIRDRESSING SIHHHCS307A Combine structures for traditional and classic men’s haircut designs SIHHHCS308A Design and maintain beards and moustaches SIHHHCS309A Perform face and head shaves

GROUP C - GENERAL ELECTIVE UNITS SIHHBAS202A Perform head, neck and shoulder massage SIHHCCS304A Plan services for special events SIHHHCS306A Combine structures for current haircut designs SIHHHCS308A Design and maintain beards and moustaches SIHHHCS309A Perform face and head shaves SIHHHDS305A Select and apply hair extensions SIHHHRS304A Perform protein straightening and relaxing treatments SIHHIND305A Hone and strop straight razors SIHHIND306A Participate in a session styling team SIRXSLS002A Advise on products and services SIRXRPK002A Recommend hair, beauty and cosmetic products and services SIRXINV001A Perform stock control procedures SIRXMER001A Merchandise products

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SUBJECTS COVERED STAGE 1 This stage covers: • Perfecting shampooing, head massage, blow drying and finishing with product • Styling techniques that include roller setting, plaiting, tonging, fingerwaves and pincurls • Chignon work and how to combine skills to personalise and produce the desired effect • Understanding head shape and bone structure • Learning how to conduct a full client consultation • Exploring the intricacies of client care • Hair science and theory led by a specialist technician INTRODUCTORY BASIC PRECISION CUTTING SKILLS ARE THEN INTRODUCED AND INCLUDE: • One length haircut design • Classic bob • Basic layering Participants are guided and monitored throughout all of their work sessions. Theory and practical assignments are given to guide and assess progress. At the end of each stage, students are given a one-to-one appraisal. STAGE 2 In this stage participants are introduced to principles and fundamentals of colour and given time to perfect the basics of cutting hair before moving on to more advanced techniques. This stage covers: • Continuation of one-length cut • Understanding colour formulas • Understanding colour charts • Classic tint application basic gradation shapes • Exploration of a variety of lengths • Round gradation • Variations of layering Work sessions are monitored to assess progress. STAGE 3 In this stage students will learn further classic cutting and coloring techniques and will be introduced to the basics of perming and highlighting. • Short hair looks • Contemporary shapes • Round and square layering • Basic perm techniques • Highlighting and foil work • Freehand tinting A mock cutting and coloring exam will take place at the end of this stage.

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SELECT 3 ELECTIVE UNITS FROM GENERAL ELECTIVES FOR SIH30111 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING

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STAGE 4 In this stage greater emphasis is given to perfect work as a whole, producing strong clean finishes.

STAGE 5 The last stage is designed to give students the coaching and time to perfect the skills they have learned in a real life salon situation.

Basic men’s haircutting techniques are introduced. Participants will learn the differences between ladies and men’s cutting and further use of colour and perming techniques.

A cutting and overall exam is given in the last week and participants are marked on the models they complete. The students are then required to complete 12 weeks of work experience in a salon environment. Students are able to complete the full 12 weeks in one hairdressing salon or have the opportunity to complete work experience in a few different salons.

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Classic men’s cutting techniques Scissors over comb techniques and using Clippers as a finishing technique Contemporary coloring technique

A colouring and perming exam will be given at the end of this stage.

This stage covers: • Advanced layering and graduation • Disconnection and freehand techniques • Advanced finishing techniques • Further exploration of men’s hairdressing

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$13,559.00 $ 6,554.00 $ 7,005.00 $ 2,620.45

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all compulsory core units and selected elective units from the Certificate III in Hairdressing: Certificate III in Hairdressing Textbooks Certificate III in Hairdressing Technical Practical Workbooks Certificate III in Hairdressing Cutting Practical Workbooks Certificate III in Hairdressing Styling Practical Workbooks Certificate III in Hairdressing Industry Placement Log Book Certificate III in Hairdressing Practical Equipment Kit Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Pens, Pencils (Colour and Lead), Highlighters, Diary and A4 Folders with Notepaper x 4 (Introduction to Hair, Hair Cutting, Hair Colouring and Chemical Treatments and Hair Styling). COURSE DATES Tuesday, 10am-4pm Monday, 6pm -9pm Tuesday, 6pm-9pm Wednesday, 6pm-9pm

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HAIR

In the final last semester, the qualification concludes with a graduated final show and certificate ceremony where students are required to work together to produce stage presentations with a class finale. Our experts will guide students through theme identification, model calls, clothes styling, make up, music and lighting to help them show the skills they have learned. Senior Colour Cosmetica staff, student’s family, friends, magazine journalists and potential employers attend graduate’s final shows.

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ASSISTANT FASHION STYLIST

Through style, image and concept you will create art using clothing and accessories as your creative medium. As an Assistant Fashion Stylist you may also assist in providing image and consultancy services including personal shopping, restructuring or reorganizing a client's wardrobe and defining the client’s personal lifestyle through their image and appearance. Working as an Assistant Fashion Stylist will allow you to share your passion and creativity for style while on your way to becoming the next Gok Wan or Rachel Zoe!

TO QUALIFY AS AN ASSISTANT FASHION STYLIST, COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY RECOMMENDS THE COMPLETION OF 40560SA CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT.

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CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

Begin your career in Fashion Styling with the entry position of an Assistant Fashion Stylist. As an Assistant Fashion Stylist you will perform a key role in determining the style and image of clients for published editorial features, print or television advertising campaigns, music videos, concert performances and any public appearances made by celebrities, models or other public figures. You will be part of a large creative team, collaborating with Fashion Designers, Photographers, Directors, Hair Stylists and Make up Artists to create the look, image and style for projects.

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ELECTIVE UNITS ENTERTAINMENT AND PHOTOGRAPHY SELECTED COMPULSORY ELECTIVE UNITS FROM CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT FOR AN ASSISTANT FASHION STYLIST 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL CUEIND01C Source and apply entertainment industry knowledge CUVPHI01B Source and apply photo imaging industry knowledge

FASHION

FASHION

COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices SIRXCLM001A Organise and maintain work areas SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment SIRXICT001A Operate retail equipment SIRXMGT001A Coordinate work teams SIRXRSK001A Minimise theft BSBDES301A Explore the use of colour SIRXMER001A Merchandise products SIRXMER005A Create a display for small business SIRXMER003A Monitor in store visual merchandising display LMBI201A Identify impact of body image on fashion styling LMSC2A Respond to industry styling requirements


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$3,750.00 $ 662.85 $4,412.85

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all compulsory core units and selected elective units from the Certificate II in Image Management: Assistant Fashion Stylist Fashion Styling Textbooks Assistant Fashion Stylist Visual Merchandising Textbook Assistant Fashion Stylist Research and Design Textbook Assistant Fashion Stylist Hair and Make up Textbooks Assistant Fashion Stylist Fashion Styling Photoshoot Assistant Fashion Stylist Fashion Styling Equipment Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Pens, Pencils, Highlighters, Diary and A4 Folders with Notepaper x 2 (Visual Merchandising and Fashion Styling / Image Consultancy). COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 380 hours for core units and between 35 and 40 hours for electives (60 SACE credits)

FASHION

FASHION

COURSE DELIVERY Friday, 10am-4pm


JUNIOR FASHION CONSULTANT

TO QUALIFY AS A JUNIOR FASHION CONSULTANT, COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY RECOMMENDS THE COMPLETION OF 40560SA CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT.

CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

RACHEL ZOE, FASHION STYLIST

COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices SIRXCLM001A Organise and maintain work areas SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment SIRXICT001A Operate retail equipment SIRXMGT001A Coordinate work teams SIRXRSK001A Minimise theft BSBDES301A Explore the use of colour SIRXMER001A Merchandise products SIRXMER005A Create a display for small business SIRXMER003A Monitor in store visual merchandising display LMBI201A Identify impact of body image on fashion styling LMSC2A Respond to industry styling requirements ELECTIVE UNITS HAIR AND BEAUTY SELECTED COMPULSORY ELECTIVE UNITS FROM CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT FOR A JUNIOR FASHION CONSULTANT 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL SIHHIND202A Develop hairdressing industry knowledge SIBBRES201A Research and apply beauty industry information

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FASHION

“A STYLIST NEEDS TO KNOW A CLIENT’S DREAMS AND ASPIRATIONS, HER INSECURITIES AND ATTRIBUTES AND HOW TO PROCESS ALL THAT INFORMATION TO BRING OUT THE BEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL IN HER.”

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CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

Taste and style are timeless languages that you will communicate to your clients create their desired image, style and overall appearance. You will work as part of a team to create the overall image of your client through a total look perspective – Fashion, Hair and Make up. You will be part of a larger creative team that will create a desired look through collaboration. Working with a team, you will provide image and colour consultancy services, one-to-one styling and shopping guidance for private clients or styling advice for the public.

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$3,750.00 $ 662.85 $4,412.85

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all compulsory core units and selected elective units from the Certificate II in Image Management: Junior Fashion Consultant Fashion Styling Textbooks Junior Fashion Consultant Visual Merchandising Textbook Junior Fashion Consultant Research and Design Textbook Junior Fashion Consultant Hair and Make up Textbooks Junior Fashion Consultant Fashion Styling Photoshoot Junior Fashion Stylist Fashion Styling Equipment Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Pens, Pencils, Highlighters, Diary and A4 Folders with Notepaper x 2 (Visual Merchandising and Fashion Styling / Image Consultancy). COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 380 hours for core units and between 35 and 40 hours for electives (60 SACE credits)

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FASHION

COURSE DELIVERY Friday, 10am-4pm


ASSISTANT FASHION WARDROBE DRESSER

The Assistant Fashion Wardrobe Dresser will assist in providing advice based on the client’s budget incorporating research skills and thorough knowledge of stores and products they offer. You will research clothing, underwear and accessories from mass market to high-end designer collections and everything in between!

CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices SIRXCLM001A Organise and maintain work areas SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a Retail environment SIRXICT001A Operate retail equipment SIRXMGT001A Coordinate work teams SIRXRSK001A Minimise theft BSBDES301A Explore the use of colour SIRXMER001A Merchandise products SIRXMER005A Create a display for small business SIRXMER003A Monitor in store visual merchandising display LMBI201A Identify impact of body image on fashion styling LMSC2A Respond to industry styling requirements ELECTIVE UNITS HAIR AND BEAUTY SELECTED COMPULSORY ELECTIVES UNITS FROM CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT FOR AN ASSISTANT FASHION WARDROBE DRESSER 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL SIHHIND201A Develop hairdressing industry knowledge SIBBRES201A Research and apply beauty industry information

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FASHION

You will perform services to assist with establishing the client’s height, build, body type and face shape to help the client choose the most flattering clothing and accessories. You will assist in sorting through your client’s wardrobe, removing any clothes that don’t fit, are in a poor condition or are completely out-of-date and ultimately build a complete ‘new look’ wardrobe.

TO QUALIFY AS AN ASSISTANT FASHION WARDROBE DRESSER, COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY RECOMMENDS THE COMPLETION OF 40560SA CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT.

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CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

Through providing personal styling services, you will play an integral role in building the self-esteem of your clients. As an Assistant Fashion Wardrobe Dresser you will work within a team to develop with a client firm guidelines on how to manage their wardrobe by determining what style suits them and what they should look for when shopping. You will assist in working with clients to discuss their fashion and personal needs and how a stylist can help them. You will consider how clothing fits with a client’s lifestyle by demonstrating an understanding of fashion requirements for work, special occasions, holidays or creating a complete capsule wardrobe that will work for a whole season.

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$3,750.00 $ 662.85 $4,412.85

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all compulsory core units and selected elective units from the Certificate II in Image Management: Assistant Fashion Wardrobe Dresser Fashion Styling Textbooks Assistant Fashion Wardrobe Dresser Visual Merchandising Textbook Assistant Fashion Wardrobe Dresser Research and Design Textbook Assistant Fashion Wardrobe Dresser Hair and Make up Textbooks Assistant Fashion Wardrobe Dresser Fashion Styling Photoshoot Assistant Fashion Wardrobe Dresser Fashion Styling Equipment Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Pens, Pencils, Highlighters, Diary and A4 Folders with Notepaper x 2 (Visual Merchandising and Fashion Styling / Image Consultancy). COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 380 hours for core units and between 35 and 40 hours for electives (60 SACE credits)

FASHION

FASHION

COURSE DELIVERY Friday, 10am-4pm


JUNIOR/DRESSER VISUAL MERCHANDISER

ALANNAH WESTON, CREATIVE DIRECTOR, SELFRIDGES

TO QUALIFY AS A JUNIOR/DRESSER VISUAL MERCHANDISER, COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY RECOMMENDS THE COMPLETION OF 40560SA CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT.

CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices SIRXCLM001A Organise and maintain work areas SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment SIRXICT001A Operate retail equipment SIRXMGT001A Coordinate work teams SIRXRSK001A Minimise theft BSBDES301A Explore the use of colour SIRXMER001A Merchandise products SIRXMER005A Create a display for small business SIRXMER003A Monitor in store visual merchandising display LMBI201A Identify impact of body image on fashion styling LMSC2A Respond to industry styling requirements ELECTIVE UNITS ENTERTAINMENT AND PHOTOGRAPHY SELECTED COMPULSORY ELECTIVE UNITS FROM CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT FOR A JUNIOR/DRESSER VISUAL MERCHANDISER 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL CUEIND01C Source and apply entertainment industry knowledge CUVPHI01B Source and apply photo imaging industry knowledge

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FASHION

“WE ARE THE GUYS BACKSTAGE WHO ARE STAGE MANAGING AND PRODUCING THE WHOLE EFFECT...WE ARE THE ONES WHO HAVE TO BRING IT TO LIFE”

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CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL

Begin your career in merchandising with the position of Junior / Dresser Visual Merchandiser. Visual Merchandising offers exciting career prospects to create visually and commercially attractive displays to entice the customer and promote the business. You will work in a team to attract shoppers into a store through the power of the window display. You will work as a team to create the ambience and atmospherics to determine a positive retail experience for the customer through in-store display and layout that encourage the shopper to remain in the store for maximum sales benefit. You will use your understanding and awareness of fashion trends combined with your style innovations to main the retail standards of the fashion store. You will use your creative fashion skills to perform as part of a strong creative team to ensure that visual guidelines are met and to ensure that brands are promoted with awareness, creativity and innovation.

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$3,750.00 $ 662.85 $4,412.85

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all compulsory core units and selected elective units from the Certificate II in Image Management: Junior/Dresser Visual Merchandiser Fashion Styling Textbooks Junior/Dresser Visual Merchandiser Visual Merchandising Textbook Junior/Dresser Visual Merchandiser Research and Design Textbook Junior/Dresser Visual Merchandiser Hair and Make up Textbooks Junior/Dresser Visual Merchandiser Fashion Styling Photoshoot Junior/Dresser Visual Merchandiser Fashion Styling Equipment Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Pens, Pencils, Highlighters, Diary and A4 Folders with Notepaper x 2 (Visual Merchandising and Fashion Styling / Image Consultancy). COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 380 hours for core units and between 35 and 40 hours for electives (60 SACE credits)

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FASHION

COURSE DELIVERY Wednesday, 6pm-9pm Friday, 10am-4pm


JUNIOR IN STORE VISUAL MERCHANDISER

“IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT WE HAVE AN ESTABLISHED THEME THAT BEGINS WITH OUR WINDOWS AND TRANSLATES TO ALL AREAS IN-STORE. THE IN-STORE AREAS ARE JUST AS IMPORTANT AS OUR WINDOWS AND PROVIDE OUR CUSTOMERS WITH INFORMATION AND ENTERTAINMENT.”

CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL COURSE CONTENT CORE UNITS SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices SIRXCLM001A Organise and maintain work areas SIRXIND001A Work effectively in a retail environment SIRXICT001A Operate retail equipment SIRXMGT001A Coordinate work teams SIRXRSK001A Minimise theft BSBDES301A Explore the use of colour SIRXMER001A Merchandise products SIRXMER005A Create a display for small business SIRXMER003A Monitor in store visual merchandising display LMBI201A Identify impact of body image on fashion styling LMSC2A Respond to industry styling requirements ELECTIVE UNITS ENTERTAINMENT AND PHOTOGRAPHY SELECTED COMPULSORY ELECTIVE UNITS FROM CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT FOR A JUNIOR IN STORE VISUAL MERCHANDISER 40560SA | DOMESTIC | INTERNATIONAL CUEIND01C Source and apply entertainment industry knowledge CUVPHI01B Source and apply photo imaging industry knowledge

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FASHION

JOHN GERHARDT, CREATIVE SERVICES DIRECTOR, HOLT RENFREW

TO QUALIFY AS A JUNIOR IN STORE VISUAL MERCHANDISER, COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY RECOMMENDS THE COMPLETION OF 40560SA CERTIFICATE II IN IMAGE MANAGEMENT.

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The right ambience and atmospherics of a retail store and the key to success in creating the perfect atmosphere to encourage shoppers and positive sales. You will work to maintain and heighten retail standards through working as part of a team to create innovative and creative In-Store Visual Merchandising Displays. As a team you will be responsible for promoting awareness of fashion and trends to shoppers through creative In-Store Visual merchandising techniques. Through In-Store Visual Merchandising you will lead customers through a shop in a logical order, encouraging them to stop at designated points and lead to eventual sales. You will make the store a favourite space for customers by creating a space that is easy to shop in with accessible products and clear signage. You will work as part of a team to create a successful floor layout with innovative and smart product groupings, appropriate fixtures and fittings to display stock, creative merchandising displays and signage and graphics to create ambience.

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$3,750.00 $ 662.85 $4,412.85

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all compulsory core units and selected elective units from the Certificate II in Image Management: Junior In Store Visual Merchandiser Fashion Styling Textbooks Junior In Store Visual Merchandiser Visual Merchandising Textbook Junior In Store Visual Merchandiser Research and Design Textbook Junior In Store Visual Merchandiser Hair and Make up Textbooks Junior In Store Visual Merchandiser Fashion Styling Photoshoot Junior In Store Visual Merchandiser Fashion Styling Equipment Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Pens, Pencils, Highlighters, Diary and A4 Folders with Notepaper x 2 (Visual Merchandising and Fashion Styling / Image Consultancy). COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 380 hours for core units and between 35 and 40 hours for electives (60 SACE credits)

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INTRODUCTION TO SESSION STYLING (HAIR, MAKE UP AND FASHION)

If you love hair, make up and fashion but do not know what to expect from the industries or you are unsure on what career path to take, then this is the program for you. This course provides a visual and exciting introduction into the careers of Hairdressing, Make up Artistry and Fashion Styling. Students will gain an essential understanding of the skills required to succeed in a career in these areas. UNITS OF COMPETENCY SIBBRES201A Research and apply beauty industry information SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIHHOHS201A Apply salon safety procedures SIHHIND202A Develop hairdressing industry knowledge LMMSM3 Source beauty services for fashion and stage Introductory Units: Day-Evening, Catwalk, Photographic make up – demonstrated by professionals Public speaking profiles Fashion total look – make up, hair and fashion Fashion photography – demonstrated by professionals How to become a professional Make up Artist How to become a professional Cosmetic Retailer How to become a professional Hairdresser How to become a professional Fashion Stylist Role play techniques for interviews/answers

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$650.00 $267.85 $917.85

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all units from the Introduction to Session Styling: Fashion Styling Textbooks Hair and Make up Textbooks Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Basic Stationery - Pens, Pencils (Colours and Lead), Highlighters, Eraser, Glue Stick, Diary, A4 Folders with Notepaper x 1 COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 125 hours (15 SACE credits)

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FASHION

COURSE DELIVERY Thursday, 10am-4pm Monday, 6pm-9pm Tuesday, 6pm-9pm


INTRODUCTION TO BEAUTY AND NAILS

Interested in beauty and nails? Then this introduction course will allow you to make the move from personal interest to skill. Enjoy and learn from practical work sessions are supported with nail and beauty theory and grooming fundamentals. This course is the ideal introduction to further studies in Make up and Beauty Therapy. Nails Learn the art of creating perfectly groomed nails, from the fingers all the way down to the toes! This highly practical course teaches students the art and finish of manicures, pedicures and nail paint and polish.

Beauty The course also introduces the fundamentals of beauty with focus on client consultation and service, skin types, skin conditions, applying product knowledge, skin cleansing and basic facial procedures. COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 125 hours (15 SACE credits)

INTRODUCTION TO BEAUTY AND NAILS

TO QUALIFY AS A PROFESSIONAL MANICURE AND PEDICURE SPECIALIST COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY RECOMMENDS THE COMPLETION OF SIB30110 CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES.

COURSE DELIVERY Wednesday, 6pm-9pm UNITS OF COMPETENCY SIBXCCS202A Provide service to clients SIRXSLS001A Sell products and services SIBBFAS201A Demonstrate retail skin care products SIBBNLS202A Provide manicure and pedicare services SIRXOHS001A Apply safe working practices COURSE COST INCIDENTAL EXPENSES INCTOTAL COST

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$ 650.00 $ 554.92 $1,204.92

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all units from the Introduction to Beauty and Nails: Introduction to Beauty and Nails Textbooks Introduction to Beauty and Nails Manicure & Pedicure Practical Workbook Introduction to Beauty and Nails Professional Make up and Beauty Case Introduction to Beauty and Nails Make up Professional Equipment Kit Colour Cosmetica Uniform

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COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Basic Stationery - Pens, Pencils (Colours and Lead), Highlighters, Eraser, Glue Stick, Diary, A4 Folders with Notepaper x 1


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INTRODUCTION TO MAKE UP AND FASHION

Take the first step in turning your interest in Make up and Fashion into a career with this introductory course. This course covers the career options and opportunities for make up artists and fashion stylists. Students will gain an inspiring understanding of the essential elements of both, including human relations and professional ethics, cosmetics and the skin, body image and understanding the art of colour. Fashion and make up techniques will be taught that provide students with the confidence to design and apply make up and fashion for both street and commercial looks. UNITS OF COMPETENCY SIBBRES201A Research and apply beauty industry information SIBXCCS202A Provide service to clients SIBBFAS201A Demonstrate retail skin care products SIBXFAS201A Design and apply make up SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace BSBDES301A Explore the use of colour SIRXCLM001A Organise and maintain work areas LMMSM3 Source beauty services for fashion and stage COURSE COST INCIDENTAL EXPENSES TOTAL COST

$1,000.00 $ 995.10 $1,995.10

The following incidentals are required for the completion of all units from the Introduction to Make up and Fashion:

COSMETICS: FASHION

Introducation to Make up and Fashion Styling Textbooks Introducation to Make up and Fashion Hair and Make up Textbooks Introducation to Make up and Fashion Make up Practical Workbook Introducation to Make up and Fashion Make up Art Brushes Introducation to Make up and Fashion Professional Make up and Beauty Case Introducation to Make up and Fashion Make up Professional Equipment Kit Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Basic Stationery - Pens, Pencils (Colours and Lead), Highlighters, Eraser, Glue Stick, Diary, A4 Folders with Notepaper x 1 COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 245 hours (35 SACE credits) COURSE DELIVERY Monday, 10am-4pm Monday, 6pm-9pm Tuesday, 6pm-9pm

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PREPARING FOR THE INTERVIEW

Looking to take the move into employment but not sure how to handle the interview? Make the best first impression you can with the help of Colour Cosmetica Academy. You will enter the work force with ease by ensuring that you are well-equipped for the interview process. Look the part by learning the importance of personal grooming and presentation including hairstyling, make up techniques, skin and nail care and fashion styling. Look your best on paper too! We will teach you the art of organising and documenting a resume, good communication techniques, posture, body image, and interview guidelines, what to except whilst being interviewed, public speaking, teamwork, and time management. Your dream job is not too far away!

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COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Basic Stationery - Pens, Pencils, Highlighters, Eraser, Glue Stick, Diary, A4 Folders with Notepaper x 1

UNITS OF COMPETENCY SIRXCOM001A Communicate in the workplace SIBBFAS201A Demonstrate retail skin care products SIBXFAS201A Design and apply make up LMBI201A Identify impact of body image on fashion styling BSBWOR301A Organise personal work priorities and professional development BSBINN301A Promote innovation in a team environment COURSE COST $1,000.00 INCIDENTAL EXPENSES $ 950.05 TOTAL COST $1,950.05 The following incidentals are required for the completion of all units from Preparing for the Interview: Preparing for the Interview Fashion Styling Textbooks Preparing for the Interview Hair and Make up Textbook Preparing for the Interview Business Textbook Preparing for the Interview Make up Practical Workbook Preparing for the Interview Make up Art Brushes Preparing for the Interview Make up Professional Equipment Kit Colour Cosmetica Uniform COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 195 hours (20 SACE credits)

FASHION

FASHION

COURSE DELIVERY Thursday, 10am-4pm


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Participants will learn how to differentiate between varying roles in the styling industry to determine their most productive potential editorial skills. Skills and knowledge will be gained in the areas of the industry including hair, make up, business and customer management. Certificate III in La Moda will qualify participants in the areas of: • Hair Stylist • Make up Stylist • Business management This qualification is available for students at Year 12 level and/or students who satisfy the entry requirements.

ELECTIVE UNITS Students to complete two of the following elective units: SIHHBAS202A Perform head, neck and shoulder massage SIHHCCS304A Plan services for special events CUEMUP5A Dress (style) wigs LMTFD3001B Market design product to local outlets BSBSMB301A Investigate micro business opportunities BSBSMB303A Organise finances for the micro business BSBSMB304A Determine resource requirements for the micro business BSBSMB305A Comply with regulatory, taxation and insurance requirements for the micro business BSBSMB403A Market the small business COURSE COST INCIDENTAL EXPENSES TOTAL COST

$9,325.00 $3,575.55 $12,900.55

HAIR: MAKE UP: BUSINESS

HAIR:MAKE UP: BUSINESS

For further information on delivery of the qualification, please contact an Academy Representative who can complete a personalised study plan for you.

UNITS OF COMPETENCY SIBBCCS301A Apply the principles of skin biology to beauty treatments SIBXCCS202A Provide service to clients SIBBFAS201A Demonstrate retail skin care products SIBBCCS302A Advise on beauty services SIBBNLS202A Provide manicure and pedicare services SIBXFAS201A Design and apply make-up SIBXFAS202A Design and apply make up for photography SIBBFAS303A Design and apply remedial camouflage make-up SIHHOHS201A Apply salon safety procedures SIHHCCS201A Greet and prepare clients for salon services SIHHIND201A Maintain and organise tools, equipment and work areas SIHHHSC301A Apply the principles of hairdressing science SIHHHSC302A Identify and treat hair and scalp conditions SIHHHDS201A Dry hair to shape SIHHHDS303A Design and apply short to medium length hair design finishes SIHHHDS304A Design and apply classic long hair upstyles BSBPRO401A Develop product knowledge BSBSMB302A Develop a micro business proposal BSBWOR301A Organise personal work priorities and professional development BSBINN301A Promote innovation in a team environment LMMSM3 Source beauty services for fashion and stage

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The Certificate III in La Moda embraces both art and commerce to provide students with a comprehensive skill set suited to the diverse hair and make up industries.

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The following incidentals are required for the completion of all units from Certificate III in La Moda: Certificate III in La Moda Make up Textbooks Certificate III in La Moda Beauty Textbooks Certificate III in La Moda Hair Styling Textbooks Certificate III in La Moda Business Planning Textbooks Certificate III in La Moda Make up Practical Workbook Certificate III in La Moda Manicure and Pedicure Practical Workbook Certificate III in La Moda Hair Styling Practical Workbooks Certificate III in La Moda Industry Placement Log Book Certificate III in La Moda Make up Art Brushes Certificate III in La Moda Make up and Beauty Case Certificate III in La Moda Hair Styling Case Certificate III in La Moda Make up & Hair Styling Professional Equipment Kit Certificate III in La Moda Colour Cosmetica Classic Cosmetic Kit Colour Cosmetica Uniform COMPULSORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS All students are required to supply the following materials and ensure that they are available at all lessons: Basic Stationery - Pens, Pencils, Highlighters, Diary, A4 Folders with Notepaper x 3 (Make up, Hairstyling and Micro Business)

HAIR:MAKE UP: BUSINESS

COURSE DURATION Day and night classes available. 786 hours for core units plus between 40 to 110 hours for electives. (95 - 105 SACE Credits) COURSE DELIVERY Monday 10am-4pm Or Monday, 6pm-9pm and Tuesday, 6pm-9pm Tuesday, 10am-4pm Thursday, 10am-4pm

Colour Cosmetica Academy 20-32 Union Street Adelaide SA 5000 P 08 8232 9588 F 08 8232 1488 www.colourcosmetica.com education@colourcosmetica.com

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