Beauty therapists specialise in treatments for the face and body, including electrical treatments. Using a range of technical skills, combined with excellent communication and customer service skills, they help their clients to look and feel good about themselves.
Well trained beauty therapists are in high demand by employers seeking individuals with the ability to walk into a new job and work with clients straight away.
Beauty therapy is a profession that attracts people from all walks of life and a wide range of ages. Roles for professional beauty therapists are varied and creative, ranging from working as a cosmetics consultant in a department store or a make-up artist for film and television to specialising in corneotherapy or electrolysis. International opportunities - like working on a cruise ship or at a luxury resort spa - exist too, as does the opportunity to own your own beauty business such as a clinic or day spa.
New Zealand Diploma in Remedial Massage (Level 6)
Prepare for a career as a remedial massage therapist.
New Zealand Diploma in Wellness and Relaxation Massage (Level 5)
Prepare for a career as a wellness and relaxation massage therapist.
New Zealand Diploma in Beauty Therapy
Expand your skills and expertise to become a leader in beauty therapy.
New Zealand Certificate in Beauty Therapy
Acquire the skills and knowledge needed to work as a beautician, in New Zealand or overseas.
New Zealand Certificate in Makeup and Skin Care (Introduction) (Level 3)
Gain foundation skills for the beauty industry.