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History of the School  /  Legal Structure
Principal / Trainers / Mission Statement

History of the School

The Elizabeth Beauty School was established by the current principal and has been operating as a training and educational institution in the health and skin care field since 1995. In 1996 the enrollment numbers increased to such an extent that the school had to be relocated to larger premises to comfortably accommodate the number of students. The quality of the learning environment also improved with this relocation.

The student numbers increased dramatically from 2000 onwards and in 2001 the decision was made to purchase a property and construct a building that was specifically designed for the school. In 2002 the new building was completed and the school began training from there. The new premises provide a learning environment that is very modern, comfortable and professional.

In 1999 the school also received accreditation with the Confederation of International Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology (CIBTAC) that is based in the United Kingdom and offers much sought after diplomas. From 1999 to the present the school's students receive outstanding results in these examinations.

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Legal Structure

On 15 May 2003 the school was registered as a private company under the name of: Elizabeth Landman trading as Elizabeth Beauty School (Pty) Ltd.

The directors of the company are Elizabeth Landman and Elrika Pieterse.

The school has an advisory panel with whom the principal communicates and consults on various matters regarding the school.

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Elizabeth Landman, Principal

Elizabeth Landman completed her ITEC diploma in beauty therapy in 1987 and established her own beauty salon. After a number of years of gaining valuable salon and practical experience, and receiving her International Itec Teacher's Diploma in 1998, she decided to expand her business into the Elizabeth Beauty School for the training of beauty therapists.

Elizabeth continuously researches new developments and trends in the beauty, cosmetology and skin care industry and updates the learning programmes with new information.

Under the leadership of Elizabeth, staff and students are inspired to aim for success and deliver their best at all times.

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The school is staffed by a group of very talented, hard-working, dedicated, experienced and qualified trainers. They are highly committed to the training of the students and believe in delivering the highest quality.

All lecturers at Elizabeth beauty school are qualified assessors, as required by ETQA.

Mission Statement

Elizabeth Beauty School has a mission to provide the highest quality, most cost-effective education and training to all learners by the following means:
    - Provision of tuition and assessment
    - Working in national, sectoral and local    contexts
    - Being responsive to changing requirements
    - Taking accountability for our actions

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Elizabeth Landman

Elrika Pieterse 
Vice Principal

Talana Gerber 
Senior Lecturer

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