Established in 1996, Biba Academy is a Registered Training Organisation that delivers Certificate II in Salon assistant, Certificate III in Hairdressing, Certificate III in Barbering and Certificate IV in Hairdressing. Biba Academy provides hands on practical training delivered in a salon simulated environment and assists students with all aspects of becoming an employable fully qualified hairdresser.
Provider CRICOS: 01709K
This provider is accredited to deliver courses to international students, (CRICOS code 01709K)
Entry requirements for Biba Academy of Hairdressing
At Biba Academy a Pre-training review and numeracy & literacy test is conducted for every student. Students at the BIBA Academy are selected according to a number of criteria. The criteria to be considered may include a phone interview, face-to-face interview, literacy and numeracy test, age (applicant must be over the age of 15), presentation, employer recommendation and experience.
1) Complete the Apprentice Enrolment Formpar 2) If students are applying for any Credit Transfers or skill recognition please attach supporting documentation of academic results and employment experience. Please attach copies and bring in original documents to pre-training interview.par 3) Please bring this completed form and supporting documents to pre-training interview. Do not post this document.par 4) The Literacy and Numeracy Test will be completed at the pre-training interview.
Please note, this is pre-training review form to assist in determining current competencies, including literacy and numeracy skills prior to commencing training. This form is an essential component of the selection process for enrollment into this training program. The information contained in this form will assist in determining training an assessment needs.
Transfering your previous study credits
CREDIT TRANSFER PRCEDUREpar BIBA Academy will also recognise AQF qualifications and Statements of Attainments awarded by other Registered Training Organisations which will result in Credit Transfer (CT). Credit will be awarded to matched qualifications, units or modules.
The steps to apply for CTpar 1. When handing in course Enrolment Forms students must attach a certified copy of a Statement of Attainment. par 2. Student applications will be assessed within 5 working days.par 3. All credited modules/units will be marked in students learning guide upon commencement by administration.par 4. All credit modules/units will be recorded on the students training plan outline.