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College of Natural Beauty

The College of Natural Beauty is internationally recognised for its comprehensive beauty training, preeminent teaching staff and well equipped facilities. Established in 1992, it has become Australia’s leading beauty therapy training institution, with graduates highly skilled and preferred by industry.

College of Natural Beauty
College of Natural Beauty
College of Natural Beauty

Holistic learning

The College of Natural Beauty promotes natural connections between personal wellness, economic sustainability and the health of our environment. The College’s unique holistic approach to beauty education is centred on putting the body in harmony with nature, helping individuals feel healthier, stronger and more attractive. Flexible training options mean that courses are shaped to fit students’ lifestyles and ambitions.

National accreditation

The College’s philosophy is to educate and train aspiring beauty and spa therapists to exceed industry standards and help to propel the industry forward. The College is accredited to the highest standard by both industry and government, placing a premium on delivering world-class training.

Links with professional associations

The College’s courses are developed in partnership with professional associations, external academics and western medicine representatives, and are regularly revised to meet the needs of students and industry. Courses at the College are recognised by these professional associations:

• APAA – Association of Professional Aestheticians of Australia
• APAN - Aesthetics Practitioners Advisory Network
• ASPA – Australian Spa Association
• ISPA - International Spa Association

Specialist beauty courses

Current courses on offer include:

Certificate IV of Beauty Therapy
Diploma of Beauty Therapy
Diploma of Salon Management
Short courses in various beauty techniques

94% of graduates in the beauty industry found work within the sector

2014 CNB Alumni survey