Advise on Beauty Services (SIBBCCS302A - SIB10)

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This unit is designed to guide and direct students through a range of learning experiences that will enable them to become independent learners by becoming familiar with the learning process to plan their own learning path. A learning path should be planned in consultation with the student's facilitator and/or employer. The Trainer/Facilitator will assist a student's learning by providing support and expertise as required. Parallel on-job and off-job training will accelerate learning and produce quality outcomes which benefits all parties.

Classifications

AQF - Australian Quality Framework
Certificate III, Certificate IV, Diploma

Industry Classification Scheme
Retail Industry

National Code - Training.gov.au
SIBBCCS302A: Advise on beauty services

Catalogue Item

TAFEshop Identifier: TAFESA-1790

TAFEshop Catalogue: 11.039.2159

ISBN: 978-1-74282-064-4

TAFE SA

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