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Certificate II in Beauty

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									         AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF BEAUTY THERAPY
                                                         WRB 20304
                                CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL
                                  COSMETIC SERVICES
                     This course involves communicating in the workplace, performing routine salon/store functions,
                                  demonstrating skin care products and designing and applying make-up




            Your career starts NOW at the Australian College
                          On successful completion of this course you will receive:
                    WRB 20304 - Certificate II in Retail Cosmetic Services
                    Content Outline:
                    Introduction to make-up              - Customer care, workplace health and safety, hygiene.
                    First aid                            - Basic First Aid and CPR
                    Merchandising and Retailing          - Displays, selling techniques, communication skills
                    Product knowledge                    - Products and equipment
                    Skin care                            - Skin care routine, skin analysis
                    Day make-up                          - Face shapes and make-up application
                    Evening make-up                      - Contouring, false lashes
                    Bridal make-up                       - Blending techniques, eye shapes, lips
                    Photographic make-up                 - Photographic, catwalk, fashion make-up
                    Camouflage                           - Concealers and camouflage techniques
                    Photos shoot with professional photographer

                    Uniform Requirements :
                    Black trousers & Black shirt
                    Closed in black lace-up shoes (no joggers)
                    Hair to be tied back off face. Clean, short fingernails.
                    No Jewellery to be worn.
                    The College takes no responsibility for lost or stolen valuables.

                    Student Requirements
                    Pens - blue, black, red, Coloured Pencils
                    File, file dividers, 20 page display book

                    Course Duration
                    Tuesdays – 1 day per week for 15 weeks - 9am – 4pm
                    Feb 8,15,22, March 1,8,15,22,29, April 5, 26, May 3,10,17,24,31.

                    Training Room
                    Room 1 – 2nd floor, 60 Stirling Street, PERTH

                    Career Path:
                    On completion of this qualification the student has the opportunity to progress on to Certificate III
                    in Beauty Services, Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy or Diploma of Beauty Therapy. Also can
                    advance with make-up knowledge and skills to International Diploma of Fashion, Theatre and
                    Media Make-up.

                    Transport
                    The College is located within a 3 minute walk of the Perth Central Railway Station. Contact
                    www.transperth.wa.gov.au or phone 13 62 13 for times and costs.



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         AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF BEAUTY THERAPY
                    Amenities
                    The college provides a lunch room, fridge, microwaves, coffee, tea filtered water and snack
                    machine. Cafes are located adjacent to the College.

                    The following must be completed and achieved to qualify for the
                                 Nationally Recognised Qualification:


                    WRB 20304 - Certificate II in Retail Cosmetic Services

                               All core and elective units must be completed.
          Unit Code                               Unit Title
          WRRCS1B                       Core      COMMUNICATE IN THE WORKPLACE
          WRRER1B                       Core      WORK EFFECTIVELY IN A RETAIL ENVIRONMENT
          WRRLP1B                       Core      APPLY SAFE WORKING PRACTICES
          WRRM2B                        Core      PERFORM ROUTINE HOUSEKEEPING DUTIES
          WRRM1B                        Core      MERCHANDISE PRODUCTS
          WRRS1B                        Core      SELL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
          WRBCS201B                     Core      CONDUCT FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS
          WRBCS202A                     Core      APPLY TECHNIQUES TO UPDATE BEAUTY INDUSTRY
                                                  KNOWLEDGE
          WRBCS203B                     Core      PROVIDE SERVICE TO CLIENTS
          WRRCA1A                       Core      OPERATE RETAIL EQUIPMENT
          WRR11B                        Core      PERFORM STOCK CONTROL PROCEDURES
          WRBFS201B                     Core      DEMONSTRATE RETAIL SKIN CARE PRODUCTS
          WRBFS202B                     Core      DESIGN AND APPLY MAKE-UP
          WRBFS203B                    Elective   DESIGN AND APPLY MAKE-UP FOR PHOTOGRAPHY
          WRRM6A                       Elective   CREATE A DISPLAY FOR SMALL BUSINESS


                                              DELIVERY MODES :
               Delivery is undertaken in a simulated salon environment. Training is delivered mainly in the
               classroom environment where simulated activities and group participation is part of the delivery
               strategy. All students are required to undertake a work placement or in-house salon placement
               to ensure they demonstrate their skills in a workplace environment.
               Student treatment plans and treatment record book must be completed before any qualifications
               can be issued.
                                                 ASSESSMENT:
              Assessment is undertaken on a continuous basis throughout the course.
              Assessment methods may include a combination of the following:
                    • Practical Demonstration                 • Oral Questions/explanations/discussion
                    • Role/play                               • Theory
                    • Treatment Plans/Case Studies           • Assignments
              The Lecturer will advise each student a notification of assessment and also due dates for
              assignments and tasks to be handed in.

              Students will receive a Student Record Book that will record the achievements of the Unit/s of
              Competency at the completion of the course.
              Progressive reports will be passed onto The CareerLink Office and your School VET
              Co-ordinator throughout the course.




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         AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF BEAUTY THERAPY
                                          WORKPLACE ASSESSOR:
               All Trainers have achieved Certificate IV in Assessment & Workplace Training.


                         ‘Our aim is your success’
           The College reserves the right in accordance with the Australian Quality Training Framework guidelines, to update and/or alter the
                                       Training Package requirements to ensure valid and current qualifications.

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         AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF BEAUTY THERAPY




                                       WRB 20304

                    CERTIFICATE II IN
                RETAIL COSMETIC SERVICES




     STUDENT
   INFORMATION
     BOOKLET



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                             WRB 20304
           CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL COSMETIC SERIVCES


                       STUDENT INDUCTION CHECKLIST


                                               Personal Information

NAME

ADDRESS


CONTACT NUMBER




CONTENTS INCLUDE:

Please tick  the received column once the information has been provided to you.
      Section/Form/
        Procedure                                           Details                          Received

          F3-IP2f                  Course Information
           F3-2                    Student Roles and Responsibilities
           QP19                    Code of Practice
                                   Fire Procedure
                                   Learners Text
           F9-2f                   Student Record Book
           F9-2f.i                 Summary of Daily Activities Book


                                                DECLARATION
I confirm that the above items have been                  I confirm that the above items have been
fully explained to me.                                    provided by the undersigned.

________________________                                  _________________________
Student’s Signature                                       Lecturer’s Signature:

_______________________                                   _________________________
Date:                                                     Date:



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          AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF BEAUTY THERAPY


PMB 6 Wangara 6947

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Hocking Parade Sorrento                                       Australian College of Beauty Therapy
                                                              60 Stirling Street, PERTH WA 6000
                                                                       Ph: 9228 4611 Fax: 9228 2769


Student Contact Details
                                         PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY

COURSE TITLE:                  WRB 20304 – CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL COSMETIC SERVICES



COURSE START DATE:                     Tuesday 8th February 2005
______________________________________________________________________

FAMILY NAME                   ........................................ GIVEN NAME ………………………………………………………

ADDRESS                       …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..



TELEPHONE (H)                                                    Student Mobile

DATE OF BIRTH                                                    Mother Mobile _______________

                                                                 Father Mobile

                                        EMERGENCY CONTACTS
1st Person to Contact                                   2nd Person to Contact

NAME                          ………………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………………………

Day Contact TELEPHONE ……………………………………………….                        ……………………………………………………………………..

MOBILE                        ……………………………………………………………..          ……………………………………………………………………..



SCHOOL DETAILS

 SCHOOL

 NAME OF COORDINATOR

 TELEPHONE                                                        FAX


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HEALTH


MEDICATION                             Yes    No   

If Yes, please state medical condition




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          AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF BEAUTY THERAPY
                     PARENT/GUARDIAN LUNCHBREAK PERMISSION FORM



                 STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO RETURN THIS FORM ON THE

                      1ST TRAINING DATE OF TUESDAY 8TH FEBRUARY 2005

                          TO THE REGISTERED TRAINING ORGANISATION,

                                       SIGNED BY THEIR LEGAL GUARDIAN.

                                           STUDENTS DO NOT HAVE

                  PERMISSION TO LEAVE THE TRAINING PREMISES DURING

                                          SCHEDULED LUNCH BREAKS

              UNTIL SUCH TIME AS THIS INFORMATION HAS BEEN PROVIDED




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          AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF BEAUTY THERAPY

                            LUNCHBREAK PERMISSION FORM


I _________________________ the legal guardian of


 _________________________ Student enrolled in
(CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL COSMETIC SERVICES

give permission for the above named student to leave the premises of the

Australian College of Beauty Therapy – 2nd floor, 60 Stirling Street, PERTH   during
lunch breaks.


Signature:          _________________________________________


Date:       _________________________




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                   STUDENT PERSONAL DETAILS FORM
                             (Private and confidential for Administration use only)

Information given on this form is private and confidential for College use only. The specific purpose
of this information is to provide Lecturers and administration staff with details should an emergency
                                            situation arise.

Student Name:


Address:


Contact Number:


Next of kin:        Name:
                    Address:
                    Contact Number:
                    Relationship:
                     (Mother, Father, Sister, Brother, Grandparent, Aunty, Uncle, Guardian, Husband, Wife, Defacto etc)


Contact of person in case of emergency:


Relationship:


Doctor’s Name:


Phone Number:


Address:


Medical Conditions: (Please state if you suffer from any medical condition)

Diabetes:                     Diseases:                          Allergies:                      Epilepsy        
Heart/Lungs:                      Skin Disease/Disorders:                            Metal Plates/Pins:            
Please state details of medical conditions:




Medication: (State any medication that you are taking for a medical condition on a regular basis).



Learning Difficulties: (Please state if you are aware of any learning disabilities e.g. Dyslexia, ADD, AHDD)
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Education: (Please state your level of education - e.g. Year 10, 11, 12, TEE, TAFE Course, University Degree,)



I…………………….. agree that the information provided is to be used for the purpose of
additional information pertaining to my enrolment at the Australian College of Beauty
Therapy and understand that it is private and confidential for Admin and Lecturers only.

Signed:                                                                    Dated:

College Representative: (Signed:)                                          Dated:




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                               STUDENT ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
COLLEGE ACCESSIBILITY: The College is situated within easy walking distance to Perth, The Alexander
Library, Perth Central Train Station and numerous car-parking facilities. A lunch shop is located adjacent to the
College in Stirling Street.
ATTENDANCE: All students are required to attend all classes in their course. The College and/or Trainers
cannot be held responsible for information missed by a student through absence. Please ensure that you arrive
on time for your classes. If you are late you must report to Reception and then wait in the Lunch room for your
Lecturer to get you.
Class Times are Days -9am – 4pm. Students are expected to arrive at College at least 10 mins before class.
Any student leaving the College before class finishes is required to see their lecturer and sign the sign out book.
Students under the age of 18 years must have parental consent to leave the College.
In the event that you are unable to attend class or will be late, please notify the College.
PRESENTATION: While you are attending the College you will be trained and assessed for a professional
career; therefore your standard of dress, grooming and conduct are extremely important. Students are required
to wear the College uniform Shoes and uniform should comply with the description set out in the Uniform Pack
available at Reception. All students should ensure that hair is neatly tied back at all times. Nails should be
clean and short.
NON COMPLIANCE OF UNIFORM WILL RESULT IN EXCLUSION FROM CLASS.
You will be assessed daily on personal presentation (grooming), professionalism (acting responsibly), manner
(behaviour) respect for others and the environment (public property and the belongings of others) and for class
teamwork. Your professionalism inside and outside the College whilst in College uniform is a reflection of the
College, therefore any breaches of misconduct will not be tolerated.
CLASS REQUIREMENTS: All equipment used in the classroom is provided free of charge. Texts and
implements are required for some courses. Refer to the course brochure for Requirements of the course.
Student kits are expected to be with the student everyday. Without these tools and books the student is unable
to perform tasks in the simulated Salon environment of the College. Students are required to arrange models for
practical hands-on work. The lecturer will advise students and students will need to complete a Models/Clients
contact list.
Student Salon duties are for students to perform treatments on the public. The lecturer will discuss this process
with students. The lecturer will supervise the student and sign in the student Log Book. Student Training Record
Book (Log book) is to be completed, signed and returned to the College before a student is able to receive their
qualifications.
CONDUCT:
Eating and drinking and chewing gum in the class is not permitted (except water). Break times for morning and
afternoon and lunch are rostered, your lecturer will advise these times.
Before students leave their classroom the cleaning roster must be checked and signed that all areas have been
covered. Students are not to enter the classroom or the Teachers/Staff room unsupervised.
The Principal at his discretion can refuse to permit a student to continue attendance at the College for
inappropriate behaviour, theft or injury caused to another student or lecturer. Suspension or termination will not
affect the liability of outstanding fees and/or expenses. All fess must be paid as per the Enrolment form.
MOBILE PHONES ARE TO BE TURNED OFF DURING CLASS. Phone calls can be received or made during
break times. Students are not permitted to use the College phone for personal calls only for EMERGENCIES.
                 Smoking is not permitted within the College or it’s entrance or in the stairwells.
                             (Smoking is permitted at the rear of the building only).
SKILLS RECOGNITION: This College has a Skills Recognition Policy. Students are asked to complete an
Application Form available from Reception and provide certified copies of certificates/diplomas for consideration
prior to commencement of course. Current Qualifications from other Registered Training Organisations will be
recognised.
JEWELLERY AND VALUABLES: Students are advised to wear minimal jewellery or none if possible to prevent
items being lost or stolen. The College accepts no responsibility for lost or stolen valuables. Refer to Reception
for Lost & Found items.
GRIEVANCES: Problems or queries should be first addressed to the lecturer concerned at a time outside of
class hours (eg. before/after class or during a lunch break). If the problem cannot be resolved at this time, it is to



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     be referred to the Principal in writing by both the lecturer and the student for the Principal to address as soon as
     possible. All letters are to be addressed to the Principal and handed to the reception desk.
     ACCESS & EQUITY:
     Where pre-requisites are not listed, any student is able to attend and partake of the training as long as they are
     able to complete the requirements of the course. When a student cannot complete a training requirement the
     College may suggest and/or offer alternative arrangements until they are able to finish the training (see
     Assessments below).
     Therefore, access to these training courses are not limited on the basis of age, gender, social or educational
     background, race, language, or religion.
     ASSESSMENTS: All qualifications are based on completion of each Unit of Competency before a National
     Recognised Qualification or an ACBT Certificate can be issued.
     DEFERMENT: A student unable to continue their course due to health reasons (supported by a Doctors
     letter/medical certificate) must send to the college written notice of any deferment within 14 days of non
     attendance or prior to commencement of course. A fee of $50 will be charged for administration costs.
     Deferments can only be granted with up to 6 months additional time. Any outstanding fees must be paid before
     deferment can be granted. (Payment Plan payments must be paid as per Enrolment Contract).
     Any price difference in course fees during deferment must be paid by student before re-commencement of
     course.
     DEFERMENT OR NON COMPLETION OF COURSE WITHOUT MEDICAL CERTIFICATE: Students must
     provide written advice of deferment or non completion of course within 14 days of non attendance or prior to
     commencement of course. A fee of $50 will be charged for administration costs. A re-enrolment fee will be
     charged at 50% of the individual unit value for each unit not completed or units to be commenced. Any
     outstanding fees must be paid before deferment can be granted. (Payment Plan payments must be paid as per
     Enrolment Contract). Any price difference in course fees during deferment must be paid by student before re-
     commencement of course.
     NON ATTENDANCE WITHOUT NOTICE
     Any student not attending class for a period of 3 weeks without notice will be deemed as a withdrawal. (See
     refund policy below)

     Refund Policy - The college collects fees in advance and hence applies
     the following:
          Reason for Refund                      Notification Period                                                 Minimum Refund
1.       Student withdraws               Withdrawal prior to commencement.                     Full Refund of total course fee less 25% cancellation fee.
                                                                                               No Refund given. The student is liable to pay the full
2.       Student withdraws               After the student has commenced.                      amount of course fees whether or not all the classes are
                                                                                               attended.
                                                                                               No refund given. Student is liable to pay all course fees as
3.       Student is withdrawn            After course commences
                                                                                               per their original enrolment contract.
4.       Course Cancellation                                                                   Full refund of course fees.
                                         Written advice within 14 days of non
         Deferment with                                                                        No refund given. $50 admin fee charged. Student is liable to
5.                                       attendance or prior to commencement
         Medical Certificate                                                                   pay all course fees as per their original enrolment contract.
                                         of course
         Deferment or Non                                                                      No refund given. $50 admin fee charged. Student is liable to
                                         Written advice within 14 days of non
         Completion of course                                                                  pay all course fees as per their original enrolment contract.
6.                                       attendance or prior to commencement
         without medical                                                                       Student to pay 50% per unit value for re-enrolment into units
                                         of course
         certificate                                                                           not completed.
        Note: The Australian College of Beauty Therapy retains the right to negotiate with individuals who, due to financial hardship, may require special consideration , without
                                                                               establishing a precedent.
     INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS (I.T.E.C.):
     This is optional and extra fees will be incurred for both Theory and Practical examinations. The student wishing to apply will be notified of the date and

     time and costs incurred in advance of the examination dates. The Lecturer will advise the students on the requirements of sitting the International

     examinations.


         The aim of the College is to provide a happy, friendly, professional environment and to help achieve

                                                           successful results for all of our students.


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                                            FIRE PROCEDURE
1.             If there is a Fire of any description in the College, the students must report it to the Lecturer
               immediately.

               The Lecturer will evacuate the students from the room where the fire is, contact the front reception
               desk, advise the Fire Wardens giving details of the fire and it’s whereabouts.

               If it is a small fire the nearest fire extinguisher is to be used to put out the fire. Two staff members
               should be present at all times.

               The students will only return to the room when it is completely safe, the fire has been extinguished,
               and all debris has been removed. Also, the room must be clean.

2.              Should the fire persist:-

               The Lecturer will advise the Fire Warden 2nd Floor (Victor De Ocampo),

               The Fire Warden will sound the Fire alarm (located at the rear of the building on the wall at the end
               of the passage near the fire escape)and then ring the Fire Brigade immediately.

               The Fire Warden will contact the Fire Wardens on the floors below.

               All the students and Lecturers will be evacuated from the building via the appropriate stairs (Either
               the fire escape at the rear of the building or the stairs near the lift). LIFTS ARE NOT TO USED.

               The Lecturers will ensure that the students vacate in an orderly manner, do not panic or run down
               the stairs.

               The Lecturers will assemble all students in front of the Baptist Church on the corner of James Street
               and Stirling Street.

               The Lecturer will mark the roll to account for their students and to ascertain if anyone is missing.

               The Lecturer will then report to the Fire Warden. All students will remain with their Lecturer until
               the Fire Warden instructs the students that it is safe to return to their classroom or they can leave the
               premises for home.

 3.            All Lecturers and Staff are to make themselves aware of the location and use of all Fire
               Extinguishers and Fire Hose.

4.             All Lecturers are to instruct all new students of the Fire drill procedures.




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