As I said in my previous post about the New Zealand Beauty Expo, one of the most humbling pieces of feedback I received was about my blog entries on the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) Targeted Review of Qualifications (TRoQ) in beauty therapy education.
Some providers and industry people said that my blog entries were easy-to-read and easy-to-understand. I tried my best to avoid all the educational gobbeldygook speak that puts a lot of people off because, basically, reading it is like trying to read Klingon.
So, without further ado, here links to all the entries to make life a little easier:
- Why We Need to Change the New Zealand Qualifications System
- How New Zealand Qualifications Will Change
- The Dangers of This Process, Part One
- The Dangers of This Process, Part Two
- The Opportunities This Process Brings
I do not mind if you are another provider who wants to share these entries with your stakeholders or local industry, a beauty magazine or Web site wanting to share these entries with your readers or followers, a clinic owner or beauty therapist wanting to share this with your team members or with other beauty therapists, or a general member of the public wanting to share this with whomever, as long as you credit me as the author. I believe this information is important so our industry, not a few organisations, can make the best choices for our educational future in this industry in New Zealand.
Thank you for your support!
Scott Fack is the Director of Operations at the National School of Aesthetics. He remains one of the beauty therapy education industry’s leaders in compliance requirements and quality management systems. The information supplied in this blog entry is his point-of-view of the Targeted Review of Qualifications for beauty therapy.