Beauty Therapy College of Australia: A beauty of a career move

PERFECT TECHNIQUE: Beauty Therapy College of Australia offers decades of experience in training beauty therapy students. Pictures: SUPPLIED.
PERFECT TECHNIQUE: Beauty Therapy College of Australia offers decades of experience in training beauty therapy students. Pictures: SUPPLIED.

Experience is a beautiful thing.

For those looking to make a career move into the beauty industry, the Beauty Therapy College of Australia has more than 30 years of experience in training.

If you are looking for an opportunity to upskill in your passion, the college has a wide range of training options available.

The college is a nationally recognised Registered Training Organisation (RTO# 6903), originally established in 1983.

Since then, it has developed a reputation for the high quality of its courses, and the success of those who have completed them.

The college provides a wide range of nationally recognised qualifications and non-accredited courses relative to the beauty industry. Training options range from skincare to nail technology, cosmetics and make-up application.

Beauty Therapy College of Australia director Kylee Hughes said the team is committed to the production and delivery of high quality vocational education and training to all, regardless of gender, academic standard, race or special needs.

"We continually strive to be leaders in our field," Kylee said.

We continually strive to be leaders in our field.

To support this commitment to excellence, training is conducted face to face in the classrooms at the Maitland and Newcastle campuses, using industry standard equipment and products.

The Beauty Therapy College of Australia has a reputation for the high standard of therapists who have passed through their training courses and gone on to join the beauty therapy workforce.

People who have studied with the college enjoy an exceptional rate of employment success. It is a record that makes the college's training team very proud.

Part of the success is based on the college's work experience model. Closely supervised by certified beauty therapists, students provide beauty services at the college on Wednesdays.

Beauty Therapy College of Australia aims to conduct its business affairs to the highest ethical standards and works diligently to continue to be a respected member of the beauty industry and the broader business community.

The team is passionate about guiding young minds and watching students grow their skills and confidence.

You can find out more about how to enrol in one of the Beauty Therapy College of Australia courses online at btca.com.au or call (02) 4934 8111.

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