DO I NEED TO HAVE A CERTIFICATE OR QUALIFICATION TO DO EYELASH EXTENSIONS?
So, you want to become a lash tech in Australia & you may be wondering – Do I need a qualification? A certification? An accreditation? What’s the difference and what should I do?! Long story short - Yes! You will need a qualification to be a Lash Tech in Australia! – and an accreditation is the best you can get! So, what makes it different? What’s the difference between and accreditation and a certification – or being accredited vs certified! To keep it simple, certified means you’ve completed some training and have a certificate in your name. Accredited means that you have met all requirements to become accredited and are completely qualified! Certified courses can be highly varied, and can be based on the trainers' opinions and not always an established standard. Accredited courses are measured and process driven; providing workplace skills and are usually measured through a third-party standard to ensure all students are ready to be completely qualified and at a working standard. With an accredited course, you will completely set to either work at any lash facility or to even open your own salon and work independently. In Australia, the beauty industry, specifically lashes, have seen an incredible increase in popularity and profitability over the past few years, with more people than ever seeing them as a necessary part of their monthly regimen! Take advantage of the flourishing market by looking into LXA Academy’s range of FULLY ACCREDITED LASH & BROW COURSES! Work at your own pace, and choose a payment option to suit you. Simply contact us for more information. We can’t wait to guide you toward your forever!