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    Hi I wounder if anyone can give me advice I have been looking for employment and job vacancies as a beauty therapy lecturer but are finding it hard to pinpoint what they are called in oz, are they educators or trainers or teachers? Can anyone advise me

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    They/you would be called a teacher. The term Lecturer is usually only used in universities in Aus.

     

    Courses such as Beauty Therapy is offered at TAFE.

     

    TAFE's are large govt run colleges, located all over Aus. It's similar to Uni, but it offers more trade type training/education.

     

    http://www.tafensw.edu.au

     

    I believe there are also private Beauty Therapist training centres.

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    Thank you very much your advice has proved most useful as has the website :D

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