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Hairdressing / Barbering
Study Certificate III in Hairdressing (SHB30416) as an apprentice or outside apprenticeship. Enrolments are ongoing to all Melbourne students. An Apprentice must start their "off-the-job" training within three months of their training contract being signed. Government Funding Available to Eligible Apprentices and Students. SHB30516 Certificate III in Barbering Classes apprenticeship & non-apprenticeship courses available.
Study Certificate III in Floristry (SFL30115) as an apprentice or outside apprenticeship training. MMC Floristry Courses start at Certificate II and work up to Diploma of Florsitry Design (SFL50115). Come into the College for an interview today and see if floristry is your future. Creative by nature, this could be the course for you.
- World’s Greatest Shave Barbering Style Riordan, a second year barbering student from Marjorie Milner College, undertook the “World’s Greatest Shave” at Auburn South Primary School on Thursday 8th March 2018. The event was a great success helping to raise over $10,000 for the Leukaemia Foundation. It was also supported by DJ’s and was a fun community event. Riordan, from the small town of Axedale just south of Bendigo, works with Sam at the Grooming Lounge. His passion is men’s grooming and he commenced the barbering course with the first cohort back in October 2016. Marjorie Milner College was... Read More »
- Marriage Equality Florist: Opportunity Knocks With the recent change in the law, florists have a golden opportunity to gain extra business through promotion of flowers for Same Sex weddings (Marriage Equality LGBTI). This window of opportunity is a gain for florists to promote well priced wedding flowers and introduce new styles. Use your multi-media avenues to promote goods and services. Cashed up couples A concept to be considered is varying ages of couples and many are well cashed up. It is wise to consider specific designs to suit couples. In my last article for the AFI magazine I mentioned... Read More »