Have you been working in the beauty industry for a while? Are you looking for a new challenge? Is running your own salon a part of your 5 year plan? If you’ve got determination, multi-tasking skills and a passion for people, a career as a salon manager has your name written all over it.
It takes a special kind of person to cut it as a salon manager. Whether you are booking in clients or replenishing stock, there are a wide range of everyday tasks that need to be completed. Listed below you will find a few of the most popular tasks salon managers complete:
Individuals who are good at multi-tasking and who love to keep things organised will thrive in this fast-paced industry. Do you think you have what it takes to be a salon manager? Then just give our Student Enrolment Advisors a call today and put your career plan into motion.
Once you have a beauty, make-up or nail qualification from AIAS behind you, the next step is to enrol in a Diploma of Salon Management. Throughout this diploma, you will learn a range of valuable skills including salon recruitment, workplace policy and even marketing. In addition, when you choose to study at AIAS you get the opportunity to work while you learn. This means that you can continue to grow and nurture your client base while you get qualified as a salon manager - how good is that!
With a Diploma of Salon Management from AIAS behind you, a range of exciting job opportunities will become available. Would you like to open your own salon? Perhaps you want to take your skills on the road and practice in a five star hotel. Maybe you just want to become the big boss at your current workplace. Regardless of where your career ambitions lie, a Diploma of Salon Management from AIAS will help you get there.
Recent AIAS graduates have used their Diploma of Salon Management to get jobs on cruise ships and in international resorts. Imagine what you could do with a recognised qualification from AIAS.
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