Corneotherapy, Beauty, Enrol Now 2018
Beverly Greenwood (Bev) teaches the Diploma of Beauty Therapy here at Marjorie Milner College and has done so for the past 10 years. As a proactive and conscientious teacher who is committed to her students, she spends a portion of her holiday period ensuring that Marjorie Milner College is prepared for the upcoming year of delivering superior and evolutionary training.
One of the most important aspects of providing such quality training is to ensure that the college’s resources are detailed and in touch with industry needs and trends. As such Bev has taken the time to update our resources with new and relevant information pertinent to all elements of the Beauty Therapy industry. In addition to ensuring the content is relevant and engaging she maintains an approach in line with the college’s objective of training professional and workplace ready individuals, who will establish and continue to make positive contributions within the beauty industry.
In addition to her personal research, study and investigation, Bev remains engaged with industry through her connections and relationships with past students. Drawing on their knowledge and experiences within the field, Bev invites their contributions to again ensure that the college is passing on important insights that will enhance the next generation of qualified Beauty Therapist. This proactive approach also means that the resources are a combination of balanced components based on information, compliance, industry standards and are equally an enjoyable and fun accompaniment for students during their journey towards becoming qualified Beauty Therapist.
Bev works tirelessly to remain in touch with new and innovative changes within the industry. Through her attendance at the Aesthetics Practitioners Advisory Network (APAN) conference held in Melbourne in August of 2017 which covered a variety of subjects such as business strategies, important information on Beauty Therapy liability insurance as well as the most up to date information related to Beauty Therapy trends and the application of skin analysis techniques, she has been able to improve and evolve the student resources to include these ground breaking protocols and treatment strategies.
During January 2018 Bev attended the 5th International Symposium on Corneotherapy in Auckland, New Zealand. Corneotherapy is an innovative and progressive skin treatment methodology that has proven it is possible to achieve a healthy skin with an optimally functioning innate immune system by preventing or reducing structural inflammation.
The theme of this year’s symposium was “Skin Microbiome and Corneotherapy presented by a number of experts in the following areas:
Ben Roediger, PhD Skin Microbiome – Skin Inflammation. (Dermatology)
Dr. Chu Chia-Yu PhD Skin Microbiome & Dermatology (Dermatology)
Prof David Cameron-Smith, PhD The Human Gut Microbiome and its Relationship to Human Health (Nutrition)
Chef Craig Rodgers Living Foods Affect the Microbiome (Nutrition)
Ghita Lanzendörfer-Yu, PhD Microbiome-Human Genome (Biology)
Ben Roediger, PhD Advanced Imaging Technology to Decipher Inflammatory Mechanisms (Physics)
Rachel Robertson The Effect of Preservatives on the Microbiome (Chemistry & Corneotherapy)
Trudy Fleming Does Laser Affect the Microbiome? (Physics)
Dr Hans Lautenschläger, PhD Current Stage of Corneotherapy Formulations (Corneotherapy)
René Serbon Re-establishing the Skin Microbiome with Corneotherapy (Corneotherapy)
Florence Barrett-Hill Relevance of Microbiome for Corneotherapy (Corneotherapy)
Further, during the Symposium Bev was honoured to be appointed as part of the education committee for the International Association for Applied Corneotherapy (IAC). We congratulate Bev on her achievement and are thrilled to see her contribution to the industry and the education of students within the Beauty Therapy industry recognised.
Marjorie Milner College’s beauty therapy department utilises Dermaviduals as a quality skin care treatment and exceptional teaching tool due to its demonstrated and established excellence. The International Dermavidual Symposium was held in Sydney which Bev attended, providing her a further opportunity to enhance her knowledge base in order to confidently share and apply new initiatives to her classroom.
Bev’s enthusiasm for the Beauty Therapy industry is profound and her commitment to sharing her knowledge and enthusiasm has no bounds particularly when she is motivated by the desire to provide the very best in education for individuals studying within this field. Bev attended a Gala dinner to support a previous student Kai Thomas as he was nominated as Junior Corneotherapist of the Year. Bev commented “A true talent and his nomination is exceedingly deserved, I am thrilled to have supported him this far and congratulate him sincerely”. Everyone here at Marjorie Milner College would also like to extend our congratulations to Kai for an amazing achievement.
To conclude we are thrilled to be commencing Diploma of Beauty Therapy (SHB50115) classes from February 2018. If you would like the opportunity to learn from an industry expert who in turn is committed to your educational journey and success then ‘Enrol Now’ using the below link or alternatively we would be happy to answer your queries via our contact page.
Photo: Bev teaching Kai at Marjorie Milner College and Kai at awards night.