Monthly Archives: September 2016


Massage Courses: “HLT52015 Diploma of Remedial Massage”

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The human body wasn’t quite built for the modern world. We were originally built for ‘sub-tropical’ environments running around on beaches, in forests and swimming in pristine waters.

Today we live in megacities, catch Pokemon on our phones, sit as desks all day and are often in constant ‘poses’ and ‘positions’ that put our body out of alignment.

The small ache can turn into serious issues as time passes and ‘Remedial Massage’ is a great way of restoring the balance and keeping our bodies in effective shape and health. It’s a massive industry and at Advanced Education Australia and we have helped produce thousands of massage therapists over the years.

The “HLT52015 Diploma of Remedial Massage” is a great 40 week, 21 unit course that sets one up to be a pro at Heath Massage. It contains powerhouse areas of study including:

1. CHCCOM006 Establish and manage client relationships
2. CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people
3. CHCLEG003 Manage legal and ethical compliance
4. CHCPRP003 Reflect on and improve own professional practice
5. CHCPRP005 Engage with health professionals and the health system
6. HLTAAP003 Analyse and respond to client health information
7. HLTAID003 Provide first aid
8. HLTINF004 Manage the prevention and control of infection
9. HLTMSG001 Develop massage practice
10. HLTMSG002 Assess client massage needs
11. HLTMSG003 Perform remedial massage musculoskeletal assessments
12. HLTMSG004 Provide massage treatments
13. HLTMSG005 Provide remedial massage treatments
14. HLTMSG006 Adapt remedial massage practice to meet specific needs
15. HLTMSG008 Monitor and evaluate remedial massage treatments
16. HLTWHS004 Manage work health and safety
17. HLTARO001 Develop aromatherapy practice
18. HLTREF002 Provide reflexology for relaxation
19. BSBSMB404 Undertake small business planning
20. BSBMED303 Maintain patient records
21. BSBLDR402 Lead effective workplace relationships

In summary, it’s the perfect course for those wanting to work for themselves or in the context of larger health practices and master remedial massage.

We’d love to have you study with us and for any questions, please just ask.

Thanks and appreciation from Advanced Education Australia!


BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management

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Managing any business could be challenging at times. In order to run a successful business, it is quite important to recruit right staff in particular managers who will look after day to day operations and it is important to have people with right qualifications and experience for the job. At AEA we know all that very well and our course of Diploma of Leadership and Management is all about gaining skills to be a skillful manager.

Managers are vital for any organisations regardless of size and scope of the company, and pursuing a career in this field gives you a wide variety of opportunities. It’s a challenging role that requires different skills, but the rewards can be great for those who want to make a difference. Whether you are currently working in leadership and management position or want to become one of them, this course will be just perfect for you.

We have designed this course to enable you to develop management skills with the theories, tools and techniques to manage people and activities effectively in a variety of organizational settings, and help you to make the most efficient use of financial resources and information. This course is also designed to improve your ability to influence others in order to achieve results.

After completing this course you will learn latest management theories, management styles, organization strategy, how to manage operational plans, team effectiveness and business outcomes, which may help you to gain employment as a:

• Senior Executive
• Senior level Management position
• Operations Manager
• Business Development Manager

In summary, it is the right course for those whose want to step up to a high-level supervisory or management role in a variety of enterprise and industry contexts.
For more information about the course please visit our website or contact with us. Thank you everyone  for the read and wish you wonderful day from Advanced Education Australia.


Business Courses: ” BSB60215 – Advanced Diploma of Business”

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For those who are really serious business you will love our “BSB60215 – Advanced Diploma of Business”.

This is our super serious (but fun), 78 week course that contains 8 intense units crossing key functions of what is required to make money, keep it and create productive businesses in the modern economy.

We have found over the years that students say come and study their ‘Technical’ qualifications with us. Let’s say it’s to become a Beauty Therapist, Aged Care Worker or Child Care Supervisor.  They then come back later on when they have mastered their ‘trade’ and are ready to climb the corporate ladder or improve the profitability of their own business / salon.

Regardless of how great you get at your job; dollars and cents always kicks in when you are ready to rise in what you do to command better clients, more staff and of course more money.

The AEA Advanced Diploma is a great way to go about this and covers key subjects including:

1. BSBMKG609 Develop a marketing plan
2. BSBMKG603 Manage the marketing process
3. BSBMKG607 Manage market research
4. BSBINM601 Manage knowledge and information
5. BSBMGT615 Contribute to organisation development
6. BSBFIM601 Manage finances
7. BSBADV602 Develop an advertising campaign
8. BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability

In summary this course is perfect for aspiring leaders and leaders who want to become even better!

To learn more please contact us, check out our courses and thank you from Advanced Education Australia!


Business Courses: “BSB50215 – Diploma of Business”

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For those that want to learn money, the making of it and the management of it in a business context; our Diploma of Business is a great option. This 52 week, 8 Unit Course covers key fundamentals in business allowing our students to help grow their own career or improve the profitability and success of their own business.

Talking the beauty industries in particular; we have had hundreds of students over the years study beauty industry related courses. This is great and made them top beauty therapists.

After some time, it’s quite normal for them to come back to us incredibly successful and ready to take the next level in Leadership and Management. The Diploma of Business is one of our common recommendations and it takes one through key areas including:

1. BSBADV507 Develop a media plan
2. BSBHRM501 Manage human resources services
3. BSBHRM513 Manage workforce planning
4. BSBHRM506 Manage recruitment, selection and induction processes
5. BSBINN502 Build and sustain an innovative work environment
6. BSBRSK501 Manage risk
7. BSBWOR501 Manage personal work priorities and professional development
8. BSBADM504 Plan or review administration systems

Each of these units makes one more powerful, intelligent and gives a lot of the background thinking that is critical to running a successful enterprise.

In summary, if you want to go the next level in what you do and get into Leadership, Management and serious money making – this course is a great foundation.

To learn more, please visit our courses on the website and if any questions please just.

Thank you for the read from Advanced Education Australia and we’d love to have you study with us!


Making your skin even more beautiful

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As a Beauty college we often talk about how to look after your skin and your overall looks. You can look after your skin in many ways. On our Student salon day all our students of Diploma of Beauty Therapy always happy to provide any tips which could be helpful for your skin. Today’s salon day we discussed about moisturising your skin.

After exfoliating, it’s important to replace the moisture that you have removed. As with exfoliating, you should apply moisturisers to your entire body, but unlike exfoliating, you should do so every day. During times of the year with excessive heat, or excessive cold, your skin is more likely to dry out. Also there is a common misconception that people with oily skin need not moisturise, but it is necessary for people of all skin types to replenish their skin. Most importantly, you should remind your clients that moisturising their skin will help reduce dryness, itchiness, redness, and premature ageing.

Moisturiser can be applied throughout the day, all over the body. You should apply a facial moisturiser in the morning and at night. Many skincare ranges will have day moisturises and also night moisturisers, the differences are as follows:
Obviously, cosmetic companies have weighed in on the side of the arsenal builders, encouraging women to use a different product for daytime care than they do for night time.

During the day, skin is subject to damaging UV rays, pollution, environmental stresses, and makeup, so creams designed for use during the day are primarily focused on protection and support. They contain SPF to prevent burning and photoaging, antioxidants to fight free radicals. Day creams are usually designed to be worn under cosmetics, so they have light, nongreasy formulas that are absorbed quickly and allow pores to breathe. They provide a smooth, oil-free canvas for foundation to glide on smoothly.

Like the rest of the body, skin does the bulk of its repairing, restoring, and regenerating while we sleep, so night creams are focused on moisture and recovery. They contain the most powerful, slow-absorbing moisturizers that are designed to penetrate over the course of several hours; since there’s no concern about sun exposure, they also contain the highest concentrations of anti-aging compounds ingredients like retinol, glycolic acid, and hyaluronic acid, which are able to do their work without interference from sunscreens.

We hope that you enjoyed our tips and they will help you to improve your skin quite a bit.
Also please check out our course page if you like to get into beauty and like to do some short or Diploma courses with us.

Aged Care Courses - CHC43015 – Certificate IV in Ageing Support

Aged Care Courses: “CHC43015 – Certificate IV in Ageing Support”

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As our population on average gets older; the aged care industry gets bigger and offers us great opportunities. It’s a booming positive industry and we at AEA love it and are honoured to provide quality accredited courses in this space.

One of our popular aged care courses is the “CHC43015 – Certificate IV in Ageing Support” which is ideal for those wanting to build a career working in residential, aged care homes and in community care. In this 40 week course with 18 powerful units; it helps one develop the framework, understanding and skills to deliver quality service and take responsibility for their own work.

It helps unlock key roles form being a Support Worker, to being a Care Supervisor, right through to being a Community Program Coordinator. Key units covered include:

1. Facilitate the interests and rights of clients
2. Facilitate the empowerment of older people
3. Coordinate services for older people
4. Implement interventions with older people at risk
5. Provide support to people living with dementia
6. Facilitate individual service planning and delivery
7. Meet personal support needs
8. Support independence and well being
9. Support relationships with carers and families
10. Work with diverse people
11. Manage legal and ethical compliance
12. Deliver care services using a palliative approach
13. Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships
14. Recognise healthy body systems
15. Follow safe work practices for direct client care
16. Assist clients with medication
17. Work legally and ethically
18. Show leadership in the workplace

In summary, it’s a great powerful course to help you get into the aged care industry for a rewarding career.

If you like you what you see, please check out the course section and ask us any questions.

Thanks from Advanced Education Australia and we’d love to have you study with us.



Managing and regulating children’s behavior

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When it comes to us teaching child care; there are often two sides to the coin. One is entertaining & educating children with the other disciplining them and protecting them from their own selves.

One the hardest aspects of early childhood education and care is developing the appropriate skills and knowledge required to manage and/or regulate children varying behaviors. We know that children display all types of behaviors for many reasons, including not yet fully developing the ability to regulate their own emotions. Therefore, it is the educators’ responsibility to guide children’s behavior.

So what are some ways an educator or even a parent can guide children behavior? Well based on developmental theories some strategies may include;

– Warning children before disciplining them; Children may not be aware that they are misbehaving, it can due to their age or developmental stage. They may be trying to push the boundaries or simply seeking attention. Whatever the case may be, let the child know that what they are doing is inappropriate before disciplining them.

– Role model good behavior; Every educator should practice what they preach in order to set a good example for the children and to eliminate any room for confusion.

– Find teachable moments; Teachable moments is a phrase used to describe opportunities in everyday life which educators can use to teach children important lessons.

– Praise children when they do the right thing or when they display appropriate behavior; When children do the right thing, praise them. By doing this you allow the child to feel as though they have learned something and will enjoy the positive attention. Praising good behavior also reinforces the advantages of behaving appropriately.

During our classes here at AEA we also discuss in more detail the strategies for disciplining children and young people. We look at some of the more popular developmental theories and assess how relevant they are to today’s society.

Should you, a friend or family member want to know more about our early childhood education and care courses, please don’t hesitate to come in and see us or give us a call to have a chat with one our friendly staff members. Thanks for the read and appreciation from Advanced Education Australia.

Career options in Beauty..

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There are many ways you can work in Beauty industry. It all depends which area you like the most and there are few examples such as Beauty Therapist, salon managers, holistic therapist, Makeup artist or nail technician. When you study with us we will guide you in all those areas of Beauty, it’s up to you then what you think and where you can fit in the best.

A typical day for a beauty therapist can vary depending on whether you work in a salon, a hotel or on board a ship. Most therapists will work from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. although many people now want treatments on their way to and from work so you may find yourself working from 7 am some days and as late at 9 pm other days. A makeup artist may work in settings as varied as in a salon, on a film set or in a large department store. For those fortunate enough to be a makeup artist to the stars, work may involve travel but can come with long hours. During your Diploma of Screen and Media at Sydney College of Skin Care we will prepare you for all work settings and give you detailed accounts of your future life as a skilled make-up artist.

As well as the technical skills that you will learn through practice at Sydney college of skin care, beauty therapists, holistic therapists and makeup artists require good people skills. Communication with clients about their needs is vital and also an interesting and fun part of the job. During your Diploma of Beauty Therapy, you will participate in student salon where you will interact with clinics under the supervision of your trainer. This is fantastic training to get you prepared for your life in salon.

Salaries vary but, for the ambitious, there is always the opportunity to open your own salon and become an employer rather than an employee. Remember when you are training at Sydney college of skin care those all-important tips are an added bonus. Make sure you choose a course that will give you a recognised qualification eg CIDESCO.

We hope this will help you a little bit when you thinking about any Beauty course. Please check out our course page and drop us a line or call us if you have any further questions.
Thanks for the read and appreciation from Advanced Education Australia.


Taking care of your lips

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On our student salon days, we always love to talk about any beauty tips which can help our clients to look after their skin without visiting salons or buying expensive products and last this week we talked little about lip care. All our Students of Diploma of Beauty Therapy can provide you’re the best tips possible for your needs.

When we talking about lips, do you know that feeling when your lips turn to sandpaper? If not, you are a lucky and well done in taking care of them. But most of us struggle with dry lips all the time, partly it’s probably genetic but the fact that we do not have habit of drinking enough water and therefore constantly dehydrated (which is bad on so many levels). Drinking lot of water during the day certainly will help but in the meantime here is a shortcut that will help make your lips super soft.

This is a way of exfoliating your lips without having to invest in lip scrubs and can be done practically on the go with stuff you most likely already have at home. All you need is your favorite lip balm and a couple of cotton buds. Apply a generous layer to your lips, a good bit more than you would normally use, and then go to town with a cotton bud! You need to basically rub away any dry skin. Do this for a couple of minutes, the lip balm will have sunken in and your lips should be super smooth. The added bonus of this method is that all the rubbing improves circulation and makes your lips really plump.

We hope these tips will work for you. Visit our student salon for your next treatment and discuss your needs with our trainers and very helpful trainers.

Check out our course page if you like to do any short course with us and we will teach you the basics of how to look after your skin. Thanks for the read and appreciation from Advanced Education Australia.


Communication in Aged care..

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Australian aged care sector is growing at rapid race and it is creating lot of work opportunities for people who would like to get into this sector. We at AEA understands that and we feel proud to run our Aged care courses successfully for many years. There is lot we can talk about Cert III or Cert iv in Aged Care but today we are talking about communication to your clients.

Effective communication is quite important tool for any carer when working in aged care sector and you will see that the experienced carers use their talking skills to work out the issues with clients. While working in aged care sector you will face various issues in regards to the physical, mental and emotional health of your clients. As a PCW (personal care worker) you will work with clients who will be at different stages of life and health and looking after these clients could be challenging for the carer specially clients who have dementia. It is good to know all about your clients such as their history and their needs to work and communicate with them properly.

Most of our students talk to us and provide us feedback about their experience when they go and work with dementia clients in aged care facilities or in home care. As part of their course of certificate III in aged care or cert IV in aged care they learn about dementia their care plans and how to look after them. Dealing with these clients could be challenging as these clients forget things quite easily so, it requires lot of patience and skill to handle the situation.

The skill of talking effectively works well here. This course will teach you how you can be affective while talking to them. For instance, you should always approach them with respect and maintain their dignity. Talk less and listen more, never overload clients with lot of information at one time. Talk about what they are doing while providing care. It is also quite important that you use their real names while talking to them, for example when saying hello say “hi Jane, it’s Kristine here”. And never ask close ended questions like “who is in this photo”, rather say “it’s nice photo.” So if they remember anything about this photo they will tell you otherwise they will smile back. This will prevent them going into stress and thinking that they have forgot things.When you know about client’s previous personality, attitudes, interests and activities it becomes easier to deal with them hence communication becomes lot easier.

Thanks for the read and appreciation from Advanced Education Australia. Please check out our course page and drop us a line if you have any further questions and we will love you to study with us.