In our previous Grayclay blog, we looked at one of our newest courses: the Graduate Diploma in Dermal Therapies (52854WA). It is such a great option for people already working in medical aesthetics, health and beauty and who are keen to enhance their qualifications and career prospects.
Today we will explore another course — the Advanced Diploma of Cosmetic Dermal Science (52850WA) – available at Grayclay’s study location on the spectacular Gold Coast.
But first, a couple of questions:
Do you have a passion for the skin and its relationship to health, beauty and wellbeing?
Would you love to apply that passion by making a positive and professional difference in people’s lives?
Have you been working in another area because you were previously unable to pursue your health and beauty dream?
If you answered yes, then the Advanced Diploma of Cosmetic Dermal Science could be the catalyst for an exciting change of career and a bright new future.
What makes the Advanced Diploma of Cosmetic Dermal Science so special?
This course has been developed for undergraduate candidates who want to:
- qualify as dermal therapists and work in a cosmetic medical practice or dermal clinic
- provide results-driven, scientifically-based procedures while working alongside other allied health and cosmetic medical professionals
- embrace education with the goal of securing a new and rewarding career path
This course is also recognised by Queensland Radiation Health — under the auspices of the Queensland Government —as meeting its Fast-Track Laser Licence criteria for hair removal, vascular and skin rejuvenation treatment categories. Graduates can apply for their full laser licence on completion of the Advanced Diploma.
Sounds great. Are there any specific guidelines I need to meet?
Yes, all applicants for the Advanced Diploma of Cosmetic Dermal Science must meet the following admission requirements:
- successful completion of Year 12 or be a mature-aged student
- complete an interview to determine suitability for the course
- submit a 1000-word essay about the practice of cosmetic medicine and dermal therapies in Australia to determine suitability for the course.
Who conducts the course sessions?
Our teaching team at Grayclay is second to none. In practical, theoretical and clinical learning scenarios, you will be taught and mentored by top industry professionals and educators. You will absorb the kind of expertise, support and real-world experience that opens the way to new career opportunities, broadens your professional options and outlook, and forges invaluable and influential connections.
Furthermore, we Livestream all our units throughout Queensland, and when it comes to practical learning, our White Rooms experience has you working with real-life clients for a truly authentic education experience.
When does the course begin?
The next student intakes for the Advanced Diploma of Cosmetic Dermal Science will occur in July and October 2021.
Look out for our next Grayclay blog in which we will examine the relationship between gut health and the skin.