Please activate some Widgets.
Study the Certificate III in Hairdressing (SHB30416) at Marjorie Milner College and receive training from one of the most established hairdressing schools in Melbourne. This course is offered under apprenticeship or alternatively non apprenticeship depending on what suits your needs most. Specialising in the creative trades Marjorie Milner College is the first choice in quality hairdressing training. This hairdressing course is open to all and government funding may be available to eligible apprentices and students.
Please note that if you choose to study under the apprenticeship pathway you must start your "off-the-job" training within three months of your contract being signed. For more information click on the 'more info' link below.
Study to qualify in one of Melbourne's fastest growing industries, Barbering. MM College offers the SHB30516 Certificate III in Barbering with varying study options available. Study via apprenticeship or non apprenticeship. We are excited by this field and provide the best quality training that offers you the best opportunity for a successful career as a barber. Enrolments are open to all interested and enthusiastic individuals with government funding available to eligible apprentices and students.
Please note that if you are interested in studying under apprenticeship you are required to start your "off-the-job" training within three months of your contract being signed. For more information click on the 'more info' link below.
Marjorie Milner College has been delivering floristry courses longer than any other registered training organisation in Melbourne. Study the Certificate III in Floristry (SFL30115) and you will not only be trained by the most experienced trainers in Melbourne but by the best in the industry. Having such a long and proud history MMC offers a range of courses to suit your needs. Study the Certificate II in Floristry (SFL20115) and progress all the way to the Diploma of Floral Design (SFL50115). Courses are available as apprenticeship or non apprenticeship and government funding may be available to eligible apprentices or students.
Please note that if you are studying under apprenticeship you are required to commence "off-the-job" training within three months of signing your contract. For more information click on the 'more info' link below.
- The advantages of floristry formal training In August, the Australian Association of Floral Designers (AAFD) held a demonstration and competition. The evening was well attended with seventy members present. The demonstrators were Nicole Gibson, Thuy Nguyen, Jenny Finlay and myself. Nicole demonstrated a hanging installation and a posy beidermeier. Thuy demonstrated a modern parasol with the main application using cold glue and Jenny demonstrated steam punk style bouquet. I made three bridal bouquets using wiring and gluing techniques and a display piece. Wired trailing bouquets have made a huge resurgence in Europe and techniques were explained including the construction... Read More »
- National Australian Worldskills Gold Report on Worldskills Congratulations Tasmania with Floristry Apprentice Phoebe Winning Gold! The state finals of Worldskills competition was held in Sydney last month, June 2018. For those who may be unaware, this competition is for all trades that are primarily apprenticeship trades. Therefore, electricians, plumbers, hairdressers, beauticians, chefs, jewellery makers, carpenters and all trades participate to find the best of the best. State regional competitions are held across all states and the winners compete at the national finals. The opportunity for selected winners is to compete internationally representing Australia. The international venue is Russia. For... Read More »