The Certificate II in Salon Assistant (SHB20216) – Salon Connected Pre-Apprenticeship Program is a Skilling South Australia initiative supported by the Government of South Australia.
The Program is for school leavers (or those not continuing secondary studies) who are interested in a pathway to a hairdressing apprenticeship. During the Program, students will learn technical skills at the Academy and gain hands on experience during work placement at a salon. The combined delivery will provide graduates with the Certificate II in Salon Assistant (SHB20216) and an understanding of whether they would like to pursue a hairdressing apprenticeship.
Taking the first step towards your creative career has never been easier! Start with downloading the Course Brochure to learn about what the course covers, how, where and when you can study.
Have an obligation free chat with a CJ Course Adviser to discuss questions, have your eligibility assessed for Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) and any applicable government funded/subsidised programs (that may reduce your tuition).
If everything sounds great and you want to proceed, you can book a campus tour and meeting to finalise your enrolment or submit an application online.
With varied study options, flexible payment plans, and a range of government funded programs and subsidies available – NOW is the ultimate time to start your creative hairdressing, barbering or makeup career.
Our Course Brochures contain detailed information about core and elective units, upcoming intakes, delivery methods, study and career pathways and more. Visit the top of this page to view the download brochure for this course.
If students meet the eligibility criteria, they may be eligible to undertake this course with the Work Ready initiative. Subsidies may apply – visit the Skills SA website for details.
Students may be eligible for Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) or Government funded/subsidised Programs. To ascertain the Program delivery (and associated fees applicable to you) please Contact Us. For your reference, general information is outlined below for each delivery:
We recommend reviewing the Course Brochure in the first instance and then having an obligation free chat with our Course Advisory Team to discuss any questions. This way you will have all of the information needed to make an informed decision.
Yes, we do. Contact the Course Advisory team to discuss your options.
General intake information is outlined within the applicable course brochure. However, exemptions and additional intakes may be offered to accommodate different circumstances.
It’s easy! You can book a campus tour and meeting to finalise your enrolment or submit an application online.