These courses are VET accredited. So what does this mean?
A VET accredited course has been assessed by ASQA as compliant with the Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) 2015 and the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).
Accreditation is formal confirmation that the course:
- is nationally recognised
- meets an established industry, enterprise, educational, legislative or community need
- provides appropriate competency outcomes and a satisfactory basis for assessment
- meets national quality assurance requirements
- is aligned appropriately to the AQF where it leads to a qualification’.
These courses are non-accredited. So what does this mean?
These courses are structured, providing practical skills and knowledge which differs from accredited training as these courses lead to a certificate of completion and not a nationally recognised certificate or Statement of Attainment.
Australian Institute of Body Arts also provides training for a number of courses that are not accredited.
- Lash Lifting
- Skin Needling
- Advanced Body Piercing
- Advanced Course in Para-medical Tattooing