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Literally, the only way to find employment, get ahead and secure your future in the challenging, creative world of beauty in any or all of its diverse fields, is to take that first, most vital step and register to study at a recognised, reputable specialist college, such as our organisation, situated in Johannesburg. Always remember, regardless of the field of study that you decide to pursue, be it beauty or anything else, the college or institution at which you register in Johannesburg (or elsewhere) and official recognition of its curriculum, standards and qualifications are all very important. Without these in place, you would simply be wasting your time and money. Moreover, your qualification would not be worth the paper on which it is written. Specialist Training Our academy offers professional, specialist training of the highest standard, irrespective of the course or courses for which you register, and the choice is both extensive and comprehensive. Those which are currently proving most popular include make-up design and artistry, full- and/or part-time make-up programmes, and beauty and fashion. Established in 1965, our college is the longest standing institution of its kind in South Africa, building its reputation on quality training, excellence, and nationally and internationally accredited qualifications – everything a professional beautician could wish for. Our graduates have the ability and lots of opportunities to work anywhere in the world in their chosen specialities. Basic Attributes If you have an eye for detail, are passionate and creative, get on well with people, would love to help them look their best and are not a clock watcher, the beauty industry is probably perfect for you. There is always a demand for suitably qualified aesthetic specialists throughout the world, even when global economies are at their lowest. If you are prepared to study, qualify and apply yourself, the world is yours and career opportunities abound for all of our successful graduates. National and International Recognition Our national recognition and accreditation conforms to Services Seta standards, with whom we are registered and accredited as an educational facility, providing courses and qualifications according to and exceeding minimum standards. Skincare and health qualifications of international standards are ensured to learners who successfully complete London’s City & Guilds examinations, as they are the most highly regarded awarding body in the world. Internationally recognised and universally accepted accreditation of ITEC and CIDESCO is available to our students who register for and pass in their examinations. The former body sets and maintains top standards of education in make-up, beauty and related therapies, whilst the latter focuses on professional, ethical integrity and competence in our field, also facilitating the related international exchange of information and knowledge. Prospective students should note that our school is the only nationally and internationally recognised make-up design and special effects college on the African continent, and the only beauty and make-up design academy in South Africa with CIDESCO accreditation. How to Register Generally, you do not have to possess a matriculation certificate in order to be accepted by our school as a student, but you must be at least 16 years of age. Take your first vital career step – register at our Johannesburg beauty college by arranging an enrolment interview with our registrar, who will provide you and your sponsor with all of the necessary information, or apply online
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