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Every year Steiner conducts inter views
right here at our Robina campus, giving
The French Beauty Academy students
Chloe has been selected to be not only a
facial specialist but an Elemis Biotech facial
specialist. Only three therapists were chosen
out of 60 world finalists, two being French
Beauty Academy alumni.
The Elemis biotech facial machinery is
brand new, and our Chloe will be the only
one on board performing this treatment.
She has been assigned the P&O
Britannia working within the Oasis Spa
en route to Barbados. She will be sailing
all around the Caribbean, western
Mediterranean (France, Portugal, Italy,
Spain etc) and the Nor wegian fjords!
Samantha Power (another French
beauty) is also an Elemis Biotec facial
specialist. She will be f lying into Sydney to
start six months of sailing around Australia,
then three months around Alaska. Sam's
journey will take her around America
bound to Holland.
Our 2014 Valedictorian Christie
Cameron secured her dream job prior
to graduation at Gwinganna Health and
Lifestyle retreat as a therapist. And Chanelle
Morrison, a 2011 alumnus, is working as a
dermal therapist under renowned plastic
surgeon Dr Ian Holten at the Australian
Skin Clinic. We have many more success
stories we could share with you but I have
simply listed some of the recent graduates.
S+C: Tell us about your new
Advanced Diploma of Dermal
Science and Therapies.
SF: We are so excited about this program as
it has been developed by industry experts
specifically to meet the needs of the
burgeoning medispa industry.
Firstly, The French has a strong history
of excellence in delivery of the Advanced
Diploma program, which ran for 12 years
With the advancements in the medispa
space we decided to spend some time
working with industry and refining our
program to ensure what we now believe
is the most outstanding for ward thinking
The newly written curriculum has been
meticulously developed to answer to these
new technologies, dermal treatments and job
demands to ensure industry-ready graduates
as we continue to car ve new pathways in
beauty and wellness education in this very
new and exciting sector of this industry.
Secondly the program has been written
by advanced aestheticians for advanced
therapists, who consulted internationally
with leading cosmetic surgeons, physicians
and other industry professionals.
Thirdly and vitally important is that the
program is the most practical-based program
of its kind in Australia - with more than 70
percent of the program clinically based.
This will allow students real life clinic
experience and equip them with the
advanced skills, knowledge and end to end
patient care to work, manage and even own
their own clinic.
Throughout the program students will
work on 36 real life long term case studies -
portfolios on anti-ageing, skin rejuvenation,
pigmentation, acne, photo -ageing, and
improved body contour/fat cavitation .
Stay tuned, as we will soon be
announcing our incredible expert panel for
the Advanced program - an unparalleled
pioneering group of industry leaders.
S+C: What other online programs
do you offer?
SF: Our Diploma of Beauty Therapy is
available online to students who are only
able to study via correspondence or for
those that need to juggle work and family
commitments around study.
Beauty therapy is a practical profession,
so we wanted to ensure that our online
students receive the same amount of
practical training as our face to face
program. Students study their theory
modules from home but attend 12
practical blocks (Monday - Friday full time
on campus) throughout the 24-month
program. They have the flexibility to choose
which blocks they will attend that works
within their current situation.
Our online students have a dedicated
teaching staff that are available full time
to help our students through any theory
they may be studying at home or often we
find we have working mums that come into
campus to study and access our facilities
here while their children are in day care.
We are also looking at some exciting
developments in the technology space over
the next two years.
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