hello.my.babyPlatinumHello.my.baby
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14 yrs, 8 mths ago

correspondence course

dose anyone know of a beauty courses you can do by corespondence and not cost an arm an a leg

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  • Elisha
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    Elisha
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    14 yrs, 8 mths ago

    Im doing a Diploma in Beauty Therapy by correspondence thru Body Synergy……the cost is $6500. The site is http://www.bodysynergy.com.au Good Luck 🙂

  • hello.my.babyPlatinumHello.my.baby
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    14 yrs, 8 mths ago

    i found a couple on the tafe nsw site diploma in bt is only just over $1000but thats per year and they are all in sydney ill keep looking

  • Rebecca D MUAPlatinumRebecca D MUA
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    14 yrs, 8 mths ago

    Beauty Therapy courses at Tafe and other providers are still full fee paying courses, they aren`t government funded, some Tafe courses cost up to $15000 (diploma of BT at Chisolm is about that) I searched all my options. Elly Lukas and the like all charge around the $10000 mark.

  • samanthasmythePlatinumSamanthasmythe
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    14 yrs, 8 mths ago

    $10,000 is alot of money cant you do like a tafe course i think you can do part time and night time courses for under $1,000 depending on what you want to do

  • Beauty ObsessionPlatinumBeauty Obsession
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    14 yrs, 8 mths ago

    thanks for that information Glitter Girl. I`ve been wanting to do a course myself for sometime but haven`t really looked into and now that I`m home with a baby I`d like to perhaps to a course by correspondence some day.

  • Rebecca D MUAPlatinumRebecca D MUA
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    14 yrs, 8 mths ago

    Any accredited course will cost about $10,000, and I wouldn`t do any thing that wasn`t accredited (you will not get employed) I`m doing a correspondence course with Ella Bache ($10,000) You pay module to module, so it can fit around your budget. There are a few others, just google beauty courses. Thompson direct do one for $1200, but its not accredited – so I wouldn`t waste your money. Another cheaper option is to decide what you are really interested in within the beauty spectrum and just specialise in that area, ie- nails, make-up, etc there are heaps of short courses in those fields that are affordable.

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