Professional Model


This course designed for young men and women aged 14 – 21.

Our aim is to provide quality professional training within a positive and friendly environment. This is an opportunity to gain confidence as well as industry skills and knowledge. This is an ideal programme for those who want the most up-to-date industry training or who simply wish to have that model look and confidence.

We teach you the techniques which will enable you to present yourself more credibly in your professional and personal roles. You will learn the ‘tricks of the trade’ for castings, television, catwalk and photographic model make-up.

This module covers the theory and etiquette of photographic work.  You will have your first professional session with a photographer. These photos will become the foundation of your first portfolio.

From the basics of catwalk etiquette, to choreographed routines, you will learn and practise the finer details of showing and selling a garment. Understanding backstage etiquette and developing teamwork on and off stage helps enhance a professional performance.

From casting terms and information to a simulated commercial casting, this practical class is filmed and later viewed by yourself with constructive feedback given on your performance.

Skincare includes skin analysis and discovering suitable products, in order to show the way to healthy glowing skin, an important part of the ‘successful model look’.

Our professional stylist will recommend how to create greater flexibility of styles to suit all occasions and situations. This will help you to change your ‘model look’ and so become more versatile.

How does an Agency really work? What is a portfolio?

You are your own business! This session covers procedures, policies and a models responsibilities to clients.  Learn how to dress appropriately for castings and auditions.

Discover the essential items every model must have in their ‘Model Bag’.

Etiquette and behaviour demanded by different situations are broken into simple steps.  Courtesy and consideration are the things that stamp us as civilised.



NEW EPISODE out now!

As William Shakespeare wrote, “What’s in a name?”. We’ve all experienced going up to greet someone only to realise that we’ve forgotten their name; but, if this person has a title, in which situations are we expected to use it?

Join Jodie as we ask Lady Mayoress, Nina Schrinner, all things respect, kindness and etiquette when it comes to talking to people of importance and how she teaches manners and etiquette to her children whilst still having time to do everything else.

🎧To listen click link in BIO.

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Join us as Jodie asks Guyala Bayles, a proud Birri Gubba and Wonnarua model, poet and actor, how to respectfully ask questions about race and culture in Australia.
How often were you told as a child, “don’t ask questions because it’s rude”. Is that still true? How are we expected to learn about different cultures, races and fellow human beings if we don’t ask questions? If etiquette in essence is about being kind and considerate, is there a kind and considerate way to ask questions about someone’s heritage?
To listen 🎧 #whatwouldjunedallywatkinsdo #jdwbrisbane #modernmanners #mannersmatter

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“No other British Monarch has reigned so nobly, worked so tirelessly, or loved her people so profoundly.
Radiant and dignified amidst the setting sun of a fading empire, she stopped the dashing hooves of time, stood firm with unerring grace and bid the very setting sun reverse its course to shine another day for generations yet to come”
- David Vargo

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Dressing well is a form of Good Manners” - Tom Ford

Join Jodie and Dianne Cant as we dissect how synonymous good style is with good taste, and how to avoid being rude by commiting a fashion faux pas!

Where is the line between etiquette and snobbery, and how much of that has to do with what we wear? Whilst we all live in a time where people make a judgement about us within the first seven seconds of meeting - how much weight does each outfit hold? And what’s the difference between having good style and following the trends? 🎧to listen click here #whatwouldjunedallywatkinsdo #junedallywatkinsbrisbane #modernmanners #mannersmatter #bethebestyoucanbe

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