Academia Announces Creative Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy Courses
09/11/2014

Academia offers its students with creative Hairdressing or Beauty Therapy career that is financially secure with attractive job opportunities.

Online PR News – 11-September-2014 – Melbourne, VIC – Growing numbers of hairdressing and beauty students are demonstrating that they are a cut above when it comes to boosting the Australian economy.

Academia, which boasts one of Australia’s most respected hair and beauty departments and provides opportunities to young people across worldwide, knows apparently that hairdressing and beauty courses are becoming part of one of the hottest growth industries in the country. But they defy misconceptions about both the value of hair and beauty college courses and those students who take up studies. It is also one of the Melbourne’s multi - course schools.

Mel Koumides, founder and managing director of Academia, said, “Over the past few years, the number of people training and gaining employment in the hairdressing and beauty industry has grown by leaps and bounds. “But more so, it sharply reproves suggestions that hair and beauty courses are a waste of time in this sector and that students only fall into these courses as a last resort.

A further illustration of the Academia hairdressing and beauty therapy courses success is the growing numbers of people from the worldwide communities of the campuses who are enrolling in these courses.

Academia is firmly committed to offer creative Hairdressing or Beauty Therapy career and to help uncover the next big thing in sector – it currently provide education to students from 60+ nationalities all over the world. The school offers a range of hairdressing and beauty therapy courses apt to different levels of experience which take account of the range of qualifications, resources and support offered by different awarding bodies to provide learners with skills and qualifications to have real currency in the industry.

At Academia learners have access to high-quality, industry standard salon facilities which provide them with effective hands-on experiences. They are kept up-to-date with new techniques, treatments and products so that the knowledge and skills they gain are on trend and ultimately useable which appeals to potential employers.

“We want to set up positive and productive relationships with students and provide them with relevant, stimulating and engaging learning experiences whilst giving them the confidence, self reliance and skills for learning, life and work through their active participation,” said Mel Koumides.

Academia Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy instructors have over 10 years of training experience with an average of 15+ years Industry experience, all still enjoying working as hairdressers in leading salons/free lance.