Colour Cosmetica Academy Pty Ltd (ABN 67 112 854 547) is a nationally accredited provider of vocational education and trading.
Colour Cosmetica Academy Pty Ltd is a Registered Training Organisation Provider (40055) and its vocational education and training courses are accredited by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). All approved qualifications and accredited courses are available on the National Training Register.
Colour Cosmetica Academy also offers accredited and non accredited short course pathways and workshops as an introduction to particular specialisation areas. These workshops are also tailored for current industry members who wish to develop new skills and knowledge.
The following approvals have been granted by the relevant approval body:
RTO Code: 40055
Registered training organisations (RTOs) are those training providers registered by ASQA to deliver vocational education and training (VET) services. RTOs are recognised as providers of quality-assured and nationally recognised training and qualifications.
The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) publication provides the complete set of AQF policices and procedures and information about the governing and monitering arrangements for the AQF. View the publication by following the link below.
Child protection legislation and regulations protect children in South Australia from sexual or physical harm by ensuring that people who work with or care for them are subject to screening processes. View the legislation, regulations and information relating to working with children checks by following the links below:
The Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015 form part of the VET Quality Framework. The national standards are used by VET regulators to protect the interests of all students undertaking vocational education and training in Australia. The standards guide nationally consistent, high-quality training and assessment services in the VET system. The Standards can be viewed from the following link:
The National Vocational Education and training Regulatory Act 2011 provides for national consistency in regulation of the VET sector, using a standards-based quality framework and a risk-based approach. It aims to promote quality, flexibility and innovation in VET; Australia’s reputation for VET locally and overseas and a VET system that meets Australia’s social and economic needs. It also aims to protect students undertaking or proposing o undertake vocational education and training in Australia and to ensure access to accurate information regarding the quality of vocational education and training. View the Act at the following link:
The Work Health and Safety Act 2012 is South Australian legislation that is designed to provide a balanced and nationally consistent framework to secure the health and safety of workers and workplaces. Legislation can be accessed by going to the following links: