Our courses follow certain accredited training guidelines, although they are not officially accredited. Upon successful completion of the training, we provide a Certificate of Completion, which is widely accepted in the industry but is not a nationally recognised qualification. Our educators are highly qualified, and our training room is designed to simulate a real workplace environment, meeting all hygiene, infection control, and workplace health and safety requirements.

What is accredited training?
Accredited training results in a Nationally Recognised Qualification upon completion. It is also known as Nationally Recognised Training and is developed based on the National Training Package for the relevant industry. An accredited course must meet the standards outlined in the Australian Quality Training Framework and be delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

Difference between a government-accredited course and a non-accredited course.
An accredited course has been independently evaluated to meet strict government and industry standards. Completing an accredited training course can lead to formal qualifications, such as a Diploma of Beauty Therapy or a Certificate II in Make-up Services. These courses are only available through RTOs and include formal assessments.

It's important to note that calling a course a Certificate, Diploma, or Advanced Diploma does not automatically mean it is nationally accredited. Always confirm with the course provider whether their course is accredited.

Non-accredited courses do not lead to a formal academic qualification and are not nationally recognised. However, they may still be accepted by industry associations or peak bodies. In the beauty industry, various unaccredited courses are offered by different training providers.

Generally, training providers need to be members of a professional association and obtain professional indemnity insurance.

Advantages of non-accredited courses
Non-accredited courses have several benefits, especially if obtaining a formal qualification is not the primary goal:
* Courses can be tailored to a student’s specific training needs, such as one-on-one training.
* Students can focus on necessary competencies from the training package, such as waxing, tinting, or facial courses as part of comprehensive Beauty Therapy training.
* The training duration is shorter, allowing students to gain valuable knowledge quickly.
* The costs of these courses are typically much lower than those of Nationally Recognised Training (possibly one-third of the price or even less).

While some learners and industries may prefer nationally recognised training, others may find non-nationally recognised training perfectly acceptable. Non-accredited training can be customised for individuals or organisations and does not require course accreditation.
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