Are you looking for a change of scenery? Do you want to take your management skills to the next level? If you are looking for a change in pace, then why not use your Diploma of Salon Management from AIAS to become a health retreat or day spa manager? With employment opportunities available in a range of health, beauty and wellness facilities, you can choose to work in numerous areas right around Australia.
Being a salon manager is not for the faint hearted, with hard work, long days and the juggling of multiple tasks making up the majority of your responsibilities. Listed below are a few of the most common tasks that health retreat and day spa managers complete each day:
Best suited for passionate, energetic and focused individuals, a career as a health retreat or day spa manager will allow you to develop your skills in business & management – regardless of what facility you are running.
Take the hassle out of starting a career as a health retreat or day spa manager, when you graduate with a Diploma of Salon Management from AIAS. The salon marketing, HR policy and business planning subjects that you will learn throughout your course will prepare you for any situation that you are faced with, allowing you to walk into the workforce as a confident graduate.
Even if you are currently working in the industry, completing a Diploma of Salon Management from AIAS will help you to move into the next stage of your working career. Still not sure if a career as a health retreat or day spa manager is right for you? Then just give us a call today and discover what your future could look like once you have graduated with a Diploma of Salon Management.
With the Diploma of Salon Management from AIAS behind you, a range of employment opportunities will become available. Whether you decide to work in a local health retreat, a private clinic or in your own studio, the skills you learn at AIAS will allow you to have a long and successful career. Adventurous individuals even have the option to use their Diploma of Salon Management to work on a cruise ship or in an international hotel or wellbeing retreat – how cool is that? So where will your Diploma of Salon Management take you?
increase in employment for Practice Managers in the next 5 years
people will be employed as Practice Managers by 2020
of Practice Managers have attained a Diploma or Advanced Diploma