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Instructors

Ashleigh Robinson

Trainer, business owner and practitioner, Ashleigh studied cosmetic aesthetic injectables with CPD in 2013 and has gone on to establish her own successful Geelong cosmetic clinic, “Tox Bar” offering a range of cosmetic injectables and non-surgical procedures and beauty treatments. Ashleigh is highly passionate and talented injector and business owner, approaching each client as an individual, mapping out treatment plans based on the client’s needs and expectations.

Mishelle Pemba

Mishelle Pemba

Mishelle Pemba has been working in the beauty industry for 26 years, completing a Diploma in Health Sciences (Beauty Therapy) in 1991. She worked in many aspects of the industry including department store cosmetics counters, beauty salons, managing a beauty room in a pharmacy, before going on to practise in the paramedical field as an assistant to a dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon for several years. 

Jessica Maggs

Jessica Maggs

Jessica is a highly trained Cosmetic Nurse Practitioner with over six years of facial rejuvenation experience, who shares her industry knowledge with CPD graduates and students.

Jessica initially trained as a Registered Nurse and, after a career in general nursing where she developed significant experience in cardiac care, she made a career change as a Sales Executive representing a range of high value cardiac imaging equipment. It was during this time that she completed her MBA. 

Anita Turner

Anita has been a registered nurse since 2000. She has always had a special interest in Women’s health, beginning her career at Melbourne’s Royal Women’s Hospital, and later going on to study Sexual Health Nursing and Pap test provision. In addition, Anita has worked in Emergency Nursing, Practice Nursing and Community Nursing. Anita has lent her knowledge and experience to organisations such as the Bush Fire Recovery Fund and multiple regional health planning groups. From 2001 to 2003 Anita held a board position on the Australian Broadcasting Advisory Board helping to guide policy and direction of the ABC. Read More