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Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance (Nutrition and dietetics)

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Certificate II in Salon Assistance 
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Study the Certificate II in Salon Assistant and gain the hands-on skills you need in this pre-apprenticeship program for the beauty and service industry.

You will learn client booking systems, salon services, shampoo and basin services, blow drying hair, treatment beds, hair applications, occupational health & safety and other related salon services.

At Holmesglen, we focus on making sure you have a strong customer-service approach when consulting with clients, so you're ready to walk into a job at your future salon.

This program has compulsory activities/materials as part of the learning experience. The department will confirm the cost of these activities/materials prior to your enrolment.


Study the Certificate III in Beauty Services and gain the hands-on skills you need to start work as a beautician. You will learn to provide a range of beauty services including nail, waxing, lash and brow and make-up.

At Holmesglen, we also focus on making sure you have a strong customer-service approach when consulting with clients, so you're ready to walk into a job at your future salon.

This program has compulsory activities/materials as part of the learning experience. The department will confirm the cost of these activities/materials prior to your enrolment.


If you are interested in nutrition, food and working with people, the Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance can increase your knowledge and career opportunities within the nutrition and dietetic specialisation.

Our unique combination of nutrition theory, hands-on food creation, plus work experience in our Wellness Centre and in the workplace, will set you up for an exciting career in this field.

During your studies, you will gain a detailed understanding of nutritional needs, understand how the body works and metabolises food, and develop skills to evaluate meal plans and adjust them for individual requirements.

Learn about different cultures, how food needs may change when illness arises, or if a person is diagnosed with allergies or intolerances.

Spend time in our commercial kitchens using the nutrition theory you learn to create specialised dietary food, therapeutic juices, superfood delights and nutrient dense meals.

Create sweet desserts made without sugar and delicious, highly nutritious snacks and smoothie supplements.

Apply your new knowledge and skills in our Wellness Centre and out in the health industry such as Aged Care facilities or Hospitals, where you will complete up to 120 hours assisting dietitians and nutritionists where possible, and working and liaising with chefs to meet the dietary needs of clients.

Practical Placement is a key component for this qualification. It is a structured program designed to give all students of the Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance, a true ‘hands on’ experience prior to entering the industry. Practical placement is designed to bridge the gap between study and employment.

This comprehensive course also includes study of mental health and chronic disease to help you understand the whole person and their health needs. You will also learn how to screen clients for malnutrition and dietary assessment.

This program has compulsory activities/materials as part of the learning experience. The department will confirm the cost of these activities/materials prior to your enrolment. You will also be required to provide a Working with Children Check.


This course can help you become a respected health professional who assists people with their musculoskeletal pain, soft tissue dysfunction and discomfort.

In the course, you will learn how to deliver a remedial massage treatment that seeks out the source of a client's pain and discomfort.

You will use a variety of remedial massage skills based on a comprehensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathology, and specific musculoskeletal assessment and techniques.

You will have the opportunity to strengthen and further develop your skills by completing practical experience within our supervised student Wellness Clinic located on the Waverley campus.

The clients in the clinic are drawn from Holmesglen students, staff and members of the general public. You may also have the opportunity to work with elite level sporting clubs.

This program has compulsory activities/materials as part of the learning experience. The department will confirm the cost of these activities/materials prior to your enrolment.


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