Your new credentials.
The Australian College of Professional Styling’s Diploma of Professional Styling is awarded to successful graduates of this Course. Your diploma is the official recognition of your successful completion of this course of studies. Also of great importance is the practical experience that you will have acquired throughout the course.
At the end of this course you will have reached a level of skill where you can competently handle all freelance assignments and realistically expect to be paid for your efforts. Your qualifications as a professional stylist can take you into any area of your choosing; your own freelance consultancy, work in various media, work with companies who need stylists or into retail and sales. Here you will find an ongoing demand for your styling ability whether you decide to work full-time, part-time or as a profitable sideline.
Your I.D. Pass
When you complete the course, you can apply for your free Australian College of Professional Styling Identification Pass. This pass identifies you as a professional stylist and can prove to be an important tool in the course of your work.
The ID pass has a three year expiry, but graduates can purchase an updated pass when required.
You’ll also find your pass may open many doors for you. For example, you can reasonably expect access to many professional exhibitions and professional discounts on many of your expenses including clothing, cosmetics and fashion accessories.
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Discover a world of opportunity.
The Professional Photo, Film, TV & Personal Stylist’s Course gives you the opportunity of being your own boss and choosing assignments that most suit you. As a freelance stylist, you can start small and build your reputation and income assignment by assignment.
Styling is one of the few professions that does not discriminate in any way. You can be of any age, sex, race or religion and become a successful stylist. In fact, often these individual traits can be of real benefit. For example, a younger stylist will often be more familiar with teen trends where the older stylist may feel more equipped to assist more mature clients. As a professional stylist, you can also work from home and to a large degree you can choose your own clients and the nature of the work you accept.
This craft does not demand a university degree or other academic qualifications. Once you know what the industry requires, you have a highly marketable skill.
At the end of this course, you will have the necessary training and skills to successfully handle virtually any assignment. You will have an insider’s knowledge of what the market requires and how to go about providing it.
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