VET In School

COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY VET IN SCHOOL

VET IN SCHOOL COURSES

SIR10112 CERTIFICATE I IN RETAIL SERVICES

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to commence work in the fashion retail industry as an assistant.

Certificate I in Retail Services will cover; what is fashion retailing, the history of fashion retail, understanding the difference between retailing and the retailer, working effectively in a fashion driven customer service environment, applying safe work practices, the importance and practices of client and customer service, how to organise and maintain work areas, the classification of fashion retailers, on-site vs off-site fashion retailers, multichannel fashion retail approaches, fashion retail consumer markets, consumer behaviour, consumer demographics, fashion merchandise controls and loss prevention, store merchandising, trends in retailing, communication techniques to support teams and customer outcomes and operating retail technology.

JOB OUTCOMES
Assistant Fashion Retailer
Assistant Fashion Point of Sales Operator
Customer Service Assistant

DURATION: 1 semester (16 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 20 CREDITS (145 nominal hours)

SHB20116 CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL COSMETICS

SHB20116 CERTIFICATE II IN RETAIL COSMETICS
Assistant Make-Up Artists work with the main makeup artists to create the look the director demands, if you’re an assistant makeup artist, your work covers a range of possibilities, from the basic to the complex. As the assistant, you go along for the ride, working right beside the main artist.

Each day, you set up mid break down the workstation. This includes setting out brushes, refilling supplies, cleaning tools, and in general, making sure things are hygienic and ready to go, you also work in cosmetic counters. Certificate II in retail cosmetics will also examine the beauty and makeup professional, what it takes to be successful in the industry, what is expected of you when working in industry, client and work team communication, legal requirements, improving personal efficiency, health and hygiene, health and safety in the workplace, complying with organisational requirements within a makeup aid beauty environment, organising personal work requirements, assessing client requirements aid expectations, developing a makeup plans, advising and recommending beauty products and services, producing innovative makeup and beauty visual merchandise displays, retailing to the customer, front desk operations, the receptionist, security and theft, conducting financial transactions, promotional activities and the beauty business.
Further studies in makeup will then incorporate the evolution of makeup, tools of trade, colour theory, client consultations, creating the canvas, facial features, every day and special events makeup techniques and applications. Specialising in concealers, foundations, contouring and highlighting, blushers, face and body powders, the eyes, the eyelashes, the lips, different makeup settings and treatments, finishing your makeup application treatment, planning and promoting yourself and different makeup activities.

During any type of production, you help with touch-ups between takes. You deliver supplies, keep models, actors, media representatives and clients comfortable and move makeup to where it needs to be. Depending on the size of the production, you might even be able to help with the application of make-up, like doing small areas of body paint application, putting on foundation or even doing the makeup of extras.

This is a job that calls for excellent makeup skills, with equal flair for providing outstanding customer service, the ability to work towards and achieve retail sales targets, be able to produce dynamic visual merchandise displays, use social media tools for collaboration and fashion makeup engagement, communicate with professionalism and style, thrive on team work and collaboration, be goal orientated, motivated to achieve results and be flexible in line with business needs.

JOB OUTCOMES
Assistant Make-Up Artist
Cosmetics Retail Consultant

DURATION: 1 semester (16 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 60 CREDITS (425 nominal hours)

PARTIAL SHB30215 CERTIFICATE III IN MAKE-UP

PARTIAL SHB30215 CERTIFICATE III IN MAKE-UP

This Partial Certificate III in Make-Up is a Statement of Attainment, designed for those individuals whom are wanting an entry or a taster into the full qualification – SHB30215 Certificate III in Make-Up.

DURATION: 1 semester (16 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 20 CREDITS (165 nominal hours)

SHB30215 CERTIFICATE III IN MAKE-UP - MAKE-UP AND BEAUTY THERAPIST PATHWAY

SHB30215 CERTIFICATE III IN MAKE-UP – MAKE-UP AND BEAUTY THERAPIST PATHWAY

JOB OUTCOMES
Professional Make-Up Artist
Beauty Therapist

DURATION: 1 year (32 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 75 CREDITS (541 nominal hours)

SHB30215 CERTIFICATE III IN MAKE-UP - HAIR AND FASHION STYLING PATHWAY

SHB30215 CERTIFICATE III IN MAKE-UP – HAIR AND FASHION STYLING PATHWAY

JOB OUTCOMES
Professional Make-Up Artist
Classic Hair and Fashion Stylist

DURATION: 1 year (32 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 80 CREDITS (575 nominal hours)

PARTIAL SHB30115 CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES

PARTIAL SHB30115 CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES

This Partial in Certificate III in Beauty Services is a Statement of Attainment, designed for those individuals whom are wanting an entry or a taster into the full qualification – SHB30115 Certificate III in Beauty Services.

DURATION: 1 semester (18 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 50 CREDITS (366 nominal hours)

SHB30115 CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES

SHB30115 CERTIFICATE III IN BEAUTY SERVICES

JOB OUTCOMES
Qualified Beautician

DURATION: 1 year (32 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 70 CREDITS (521 nominal hours)

SHB30315 CERTIFICATE III IN NAIL TECHNOLOGY

SHB30315 CERTIFICATE III IN NAIL TECHNOLOGY

JOB OUTCOMES
Qualified Nail Technician

DURATION: 1 year (32 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 80 CREDITS (590 nominal hours)

SHB20216 CERTIFICATE II IN SALON ASSISTANT

SHB20216 CERTIFICATE II IN SALON ASSISTANT

JOB OUTCOMES
Hairdressing Salon Assistant

DURATION: 1 year (32 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 45 CREDITS (370 nominal hours)

PARTIAL SHB30416 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING - Hair Colouring Pathway

PARTIAL SHB30416 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING
This Partial Certificate III in Hairdressing – Hair Colouring Pathway is a Statement of Attainment, designed for those individuals whom are wanting an entry or a taster into the full qualification, with Hair Colouring as a focus – SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing.

DURATION: 3 terms (27 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 45 CREDITS (570 nominal hours)

PARTIAL SHB30416 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING - HAIR STYLING PATHWAY

PARTIAL SHB30416 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING – HAIR STYLING PATHWAY

This Partial Certificate III in Hairdressing; Hair Styling Pathway is a Statement of Attainment, designed for those individuals whom are wanting an entry or a taster into the full qualification with Hair Styling as a focus – SHB30416 Certificate III in Hairdressing.

DURATION: 1 semester (18 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 60 CREDITS (445 nominal hours)

SHB30416 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING

SHB30416 CERTIFICATE III IN HAIRDRESSING

JOB OUTCOMES
Qualified Hairdresser

DURATION: 1.5 years (50 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 145 CREDITS (1020 nominal hours)

PARTIAL SHB30516 CERTIFICATE III IN BARBERING

PARTIAL SHB30516 CERTIFICATE III IN BARBERING

This Partial Certificate III in Barbering is a Statement of Attainment, designed for those individuals whom are wanting an entry or a taster into the full qualification – SHB30516 Certificate III in Barbering.

DURATION: 3 terms (27 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 75 CREDITS (545 nominal hours)

SHB30516 CERTIFICATE III IN BARBERING

SHB30516 CERTIFICATE III IN BARBERING

JOB OUTCOMES
Qualified Barber

DURATION: 1.5 years (50 weeks)

SACE CREDITS: 125 CREDITS (880 nominal hours)

VET IN SCHOOL INFORMATION

COLOUR COSMETICA ACADEMY OFFERS VET IN SCHOOL QUALIFICATIONS AND PROGRAMS TO ALL SECONDARY SCHOOLS, IN BOTH REGIONAL AND STATE AREAS.

VET stands for Vocational Education and Training.

The key words are vocational and training – meaning job related training. School students can combine regular school subjects in conjunction with vocational training.

 

ABOUT VET

All training is conducted at Colour Cosmetica Academy, 20 – 32 Union Street, in the East End of Adelaide.

Some on-site training can be carried out on your school grounds, with a qualified educator, whom is competent to deliver relevant units of competency from the Hairdressing and Beauty curriculum from your school. This can be discussed with the Principal of Colour Cosmetica Academy.

The most appealing point of the VET in schools programs that Colour Cosmetica Academy offers is that Year 10, 11 and 12 students can stay at school and complete their SACE, qualify for university entry and obtain a VET qualification all at once.

It is not uncommon for students to complete certificates in Hairdressing, Make up and Beauty, Business etc – and get a head start.

 

SACE INFORMATION

Vocational Education and Training (VET) is education and training that gives students skills and knowledge for work.

VET operates through a national training system, and is delivered, assessed and certified by Registered Training Organisations.

The new SACE is designed to give students increased flexibility, including greater opportunities to have diverse forms of learning and achievement recognised. These directions are in line with the SACE Board legislation and State and national policies aimed at facilitating the transition of young people from school to further education, training and employment.

The recognition arrangements for VET in the SACE will enable students to include more vocational education and training (VET) in their SACE studies. These recognition arrangements help students to build coherent pathways in the SACE through VET, and encourage students to complete, or make significant progress towards completing, VET qualifications while completing the SACE.

From 2011, the recognition arrangements for VET in the SACE will enable students to include more vocational education and training (VET) in their SACE studies. Students can gain recognition for up to 180 SACE credits at Stage 1 and/or Stage 2 for successfully completed VET.

 

STAGE 1 AND 2

All VET qualifications or units of competency that make up a qualification, in the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) can contribute to the completion requirements of the SACE.

Students can use a maximum of two qualifications at Certificate I level to gain credits towards the completion of the SACE.

There is no limit to the number of qualifications at Certificate II level or higher that students can use to gain credits towards the completion of the SACE.

 

SCHOOL BASED APPRENTICESHIPS

KICK START YOUR CAREER WHILE YOU ARE AT SCHOOL 

Australian School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships combine schooling in Year 10, 11 or 12 with training and employment.

 

WHAT IS A SCHOOL-BASED APPRENTICESHIP OR TRAINEESHIP

A school-based apprenticeship or traineeship is not that different from a regular apprenticeship or traineeship. The difference is that you still attend school while working and studying as an apprentice or trainee.

As a school-based apprentice or trainee, you’ll have an employer who will employ and train you on the job plus you’ll do some formal off-job training with a training provider.

 

ENROLLING IN A SCHOOL – BASED APPRENTICESHIP OR TRAINEESHIP HAS A NUMBER OF BENEFITS, THEY INCLUDE:

– your training will contribute towards your SACE (or equivalent)

– you’ll start your chosen career or trade while you’re at school

– you’ll earn money while you learn

– you’ll get experience in the trade or vocation of your choice

– your school-based training will convert to full-time or part-time when you leave school.

– you’ll attend school part of the week, go to work on some days and attend a training provider on others.

 

THE TRAINING CONTRACT AND TRAINING PLAN

Like regular apprentices and trainees, you will need:

– an employer to take you on and give you on-job training

– a training contract between you and your employer

– and a training plan which lists the formal (off-job) training you will receive from your training provider.

If you are under 18, your parent or guardian will need to sign your training contract.

Your school principal will need to sign your training plan to indicate that your school-based apprenticeship or traineeship is contributing to your SACE.

 

WHO CAN APPLY FOR A SCHOOL-BASED APPRENTICESHIP OR TRAINEESHIP?

To apply for a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship you must:

– be enrolled in SACE or equivalent

–  be in years 10, 11 or 12

– be doing studies which contribute to SACE or equivalent, or a vocational education and training (VET) qualification, or both

– undertake a general occupational health, safety and welfare awareness program before starting

 

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU FINISH SCHOOL?

Your school-based apprenticeship or traineeship will become a full-time or part-time apprenticeship or traineeship when you finish school.

 

HOW DO I GET A SCHOOL-BASED APPRENTICESHIP OR TRAINEESHIP?

To find out more information, speak to your school councillor/VET Co-ordinator

Student councillors/VET Co-ordinators or nominated teachers will assist the student in planning for a School Based Apprenticeship by helping learns to select the most appropriate subjects that meet their planned career pathways and SACE pattern requirements.

 

WHO ARE THE SIGNATORIES TO A CONTRACT OF TRAINING AND TRAINING PLAN?

A New Apprenticeship Centre (NAC) will assist with the completion and signing of the Contract of Training and attached Training Plan.

The employer, student and parent/ guardian are all signatories to the contract. The chosen Registered Training Organisation is also nominated on the contract.

School Principals (or their delegate) will sign the Training Plan and will be involved in negotiating and agreeing on the school, work and training components. Schools will be entitled to hold a photocopy of the Contract of Training and Training Plan and should record the total number and the basic details of SBNA’s in their school for attendance auditing and ‘Duty of Care’ purposes.