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					Diploma of Beauty Therapy
WRB50105                                                                                                                                                        Hair & Beauty
                                                                                                                                                  PO Box 684, Dandenong 3175
                                                                                                                                                      www.chisholm.vic.edu.au




Berwick and Frankston
Fee for Service



Course Outline
Chisholm graduates experience a range of career opportunities in the Beauty industry, including employment at
the highest level. Chisholm Institute offers flexible client focussed training. The Diploma of Beauty Therapy
incorporates Certificate III in Beauty and Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy. Below is a list of all the modules that
are required to be completed to receive the Diploma in Beauty Therapy. These subjects are not listed in the order
of delivery, timetables will be provided at the time of enrolment. In addition to attendance at the Institute, students
are required to complete a 300 hour practical placement component under supervision in the Beauty Industry.
Occupational Health and Safety Standards will be identified and adhered to in all components of this course. This
course offers articulation arrangements to the Bachelor of Health Science – Dermal Therapies in conjunction with
Victoria University. (HBTD Pathways No. VH090108122558)

Campus
Berwick and Frankston

Study Mode
Full-time

Duration
Eighteen months

Commencement Date
January and July

Entrance Requirements
Applicants will be required to attend an interview.

Selection Criteria
Applicants will be assessed on their suitability for the course and future employability in the beauty industry.

Application Procedure
VTAC for January commencement. Mid-year applicants apply directly to the Institute.

Costs
Electrolysis Stream – Tuition: $13,319.78 plus material fees $1390.00
Spa Stream – Tuition: $13,888.94 plus material fees $1402.00
* Cost are accurate at time of printing and are subject to variation




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Study Areas
Part A
WRRM1B.A                    Merchandise Products
BSBSBM404A.A                Undertake Business Planning
WRRCS1B.A                   Communicate in the Workplace
WRRER1B.A                   Work Effectively in a Retail Environment
WRRS1B.A                    Sell Products and Services
WRBCS201B.A                 Conduct Financial Transactions
WRBCS203B.A                 Provide Service to Clients
WRBCS306B.A                 Advise on Beauty Services
WRBCS513B                   Investigate new products and services
Students will be required to attend lectures at the Institute for 45 hours as well as completing assignment and
research work to the equivalent of 18 hours.

Part B - Practical Placement (300 hours)
WRRM1B.B                    Merchandise Products
BSBSBM404A.B                Undertake Business Planning
WRRCS1B.B                   Communicate in the Workplace
WRRER1B.B                   Work Effectively in a Retail Environment
WRRS1B.B                    Sell Products and Services
WRBCS201B.B                 Conduct Financial Transactions
WRBCS203B.B                 Provide Service to Clients
WRBCS306B.B                 Advise on Beauty Services
WRBCS513B                   Investigate new products and services
Students are required to complete industry placement performing competencies for Beauty Therapy units under
the guidance of a therapist in a salon/store environment. All tasks will be recorded and will form part of the
assessment for the Diploma of Beauty Therapy.

WRBCS204A          Apply Knowledge of Nail Science to Nail Services
WRBBS201B          Provide Manicure/Pedicure
This unit provides the knowledge and skills to prepare clients and perform basic manicure services. Students will
learn the basic anatomy of skin and the function of the lower arms and legs and the effects of treatment products.

WRBFS202B          Design and Apply Make-up
Students will learn to prepare clients and design and apply make-up for day, evening and bridal Product
knowledge and selection and client consultation, support the practical applications.

WRRLP1B            Apply Safe Working Practices
This unit provides the knowledge and skills to prepare clients and perform a basic pedicure service. Students will
also study basic safety and emergency procedures, occupational health and hygiene regulations, first aid and
salon cleaning requirements.

WRBSS302B          Provide Temporary Epilation
WRBCS305A          Apply a Knowledge of Skin Biology to Beauty Treatments
This unit provides the knowledge and skills to prepare clients and perform epilation services using strip wax.
Students will also study the structure and function of hair.

WRBSS302B          Provide Temporary Epilation and Bleaching Treatments
WRBFS305B          Provide Lash & Brow Treatments
This unit provides the knowledge and skills to prepare clients and perform epilation services using hot wax. .
Preparation and application of bleaching treatments is also undertaken in this unit. Lash and brow treatments
include tinting, eyelash perming, extensions and brow shaping.

WRBFS406B          Provide Facial Treatments
WRBCS408A          Apply Knowledge of Anatomy & Physiology to Beauty Therapy Treatments
Students will gain knowledge and skills to prepare and assess clients for a facial treatment. This covers skin
analysis, skin care products and advice on further treatments. Students will study the nervous system, the
skeletal system, the reproductive system and the respiratory system as they apply to Beauty Therapy. Facial,
neck and eye massage will be incorporated with the application of specialised treatments.

WRBFS407B           Provide Advanced Facial Treatments
WRBCS409A           Apply Knowledge of Skin Science to Beauty Therapy Treatments
WRBCS412A           Apply Knowledge of Cosmetic Chemistry to Beauty Therapy Treatment
Students will study chemical and enzyme treatments and gain knowledge of skin chemical and the growth,
development, ageing and healing of human skin. Facial treatments will include the use of electrical equipment
with direct and alternating current. Students will gain awareness of skin cancer, skin disorders, immunology and
irritation reactions. Cosmetic chemistry includes the study of chemical concepts, organic chemistry, treatment of
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red flushed skin, the treatment of seborrhea, and the composition of and reaction to product formulations and
emulsions on the skin.

WRBCS407A          Develop a Treatment Plan for Beauty Therapy Treatments
Students will gain the knowledge to advise clients on a suitable treatment plan to meet their needs and
expectations. In developing the plan, students will analyse client characteristics identifying
contraindications/precautions.

WRBCS411A          Apply Knowledge of Nutrition to Beauty Therapy Treatments
WRBCS410A          Apply Knowledge of Electricity to Beauty Therapy Treatments
This unit covers the role of major nutrients in cell body function, the digestive system and the inter-relationship of
dietary factory and their health consequences. Students will study the use and effects of alternating and direct
current and low intensity laser in a range of beauty therapy treatments. Such study will also include safe handling
procedures with attention to chemical/physical dangers and the requirement for electrical hazard identification and
management in the salon.

WRBBS407B          Provide Body Treatments
Students will gain skills and knowledge to assess client requirements and prepare and perform body treatments.
Students will apply massage techniques, treatment products and incorporate the use of electrical equipment
providing after care advice.

WRBSS503B           Provide Permanent Epilation
Students will gain skills and knowledge to assess client requirements and prepare clients for epilation treatments.
Study will include the application of the patch test, permanent epilation services using the appropriate probe,
electrical current and duration/stroke intensity in accordance with the treatment plan and Occupational Health &
Hygiene regulations.

WRBSS504B           Perform Diathermy Service
Study will include identification of contraindications and assessment of client’s suitability for treatment. Students
will expand skills and knowledge gained in permanent epilation to prepare clients and perform diathermy services
(e.g. treatment of broken capillaries) and advise on further treatments.

WRBBS408B         Provide aesthetic aromatic massage
WRBBS511A         Apply aromatic plant oil chemistry to beauty treatments
WRBBS512A         Blend a range of aromatic plant oils for beauty treatments
Students will study the blending and application of aromatic plant oils and perform aesthetic aromatic massage for
beauty therapy treatments.

WRBBS513A          Use reflexology relaxation techniques in beauty treatments
Students will plan and apply a range of products and basic reflexology relaxation techniques for beauty
treatments.

BERWICK CAMPUS ONLY

WRBBS509A          Plan Spa Program
Provide the skills and knowledge required to consult with clients and select and sequence a range of spa
treatments as a program.

WRBBS510A          Provide Spa Program
Provide the skills and knowledge required to provide a range of spa treatments as a program

WRBBS514A          Provide Superficial Lymph Drainage Massage
Provide the skills and knowledge required to provide manual superficial lymphatic drainage massage for the face
and body in a safe and hygienic manner

Assessment
Theory and practical tests and assignments

Career Opportunities
Beauty Therapist, Salon Manager, Trainer.

Contact:          Berwick campus on 9212 4563
Skills Recognition including RPL
There is an opportunity to apply for recognition to be given for:
            Previous study
            Knowledge
            And/or skills resulting from work or life experience relevant to the course
Contact the department for further details
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