Students offered a taste of beauty therapy course

Ms Suzanne Campbell with students

Students from Brisbane Water Secondary College Woy Woy campus are being given the opportunity to “taste” a beauty therapy course.
Campus principal Ms Rebecca Cooper said that the school had been invited to take part in a “taster day” offered by the Australian Academy of Beauty and Spa Therapy.
“The Academy has invited any of our students interested in a career as a beauty therapist to attend one of their upcoming taster day events,” Ms Cooper said.
“This is a day where they will experience all aspects of the academy’s beauty therapy course to ensure it is the right career path for them.
“They will join in the classroom with current students, help in the student clinic with real clients and also experience some beauty treatments as a client,” Cooper said.
There will be four taster day sessions with the first two at Chatswood and Kogarah on May 21 and the second two on May 22 at North Strathfield and Bella Vista.
“The Academy has advised that they offer two diploma that for eligible VET students (SHB50115 The Diploma of Beauty Therapy and SHB50216 The Diploma of Salon Management) and are also happy to arrange work experience opportunities for interested students,” Ms Cooper said.

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Rebecca Cooper, BWSC Woy Woy

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