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The right course for you?
For those seeking a salon management or leadership role, a recognised salon management course is the first step to achieving your goal.
If you're already active in the beauty industry and want to take it to the next level as a small business owner or manager, specialised leadership and organisational skills are a must for progression and success in business.
The Diploma of Salon Management is excellent preparation for transforming into a salon proprietor or manager. This group may include:
- Those changing careers
- Those wishing to enter the hairdressing or beauty industries as small business owner/managers
- Overseas trained beauty therapists wishing to ensure their management training is comparable to that which is required in Australia
The Diploma of Salon Management will help you to develop competencies in managing the overall operation of a business involved in services and sales delivery in personal service environments including hairdressing and beauty salons, and spas.
This course is delivered by lecturers with real world experience of the commercial aspects of the beauty and hairdressing industries. As part of your qualification you will spend time within the AIAS Beauty Salon which operates to the public, giving you experience with real clients in a real work environment.
The beauty industry is dominated by small businesses, so to give you the best chance of career success, emphasis is placed on core business areas in the context of managing a salon such as customer service, marketing, human resource, financial management, planning for small business and policy.
The Diploma of Salon Management is a purpose developed course, concentrated on preparing students for life as managers, leaders and owners in beauty salons.
While this qualification has an employment outcome in its own right, it is expected also to be used as a pathway for learners wishing to continue their studies at undergraduate level at university.
This course will place graduates in good stead for entry to business, management and marketing undergraduate courses at university. Graduates of Salon Management courses will have a greater understanding of relevant business principles and will be able to undertake a university level course with a stronger understanding of the practical applications of theoretical management.