Discouraging women from doing the big basic lifts, and doing them relatively heavy, is one of the worst concepts in the fitness world. Women can benefit from some moderate to higher rep work, particularly for the hamstrings and hip/knee support structures, but as a general rule, most women will adapt and progress just fine from doing any "man's" training program.
Joy Victoria wrote a killer article that you can probably pull some info from, also has a few possible routines:
Why no cleans? Sure, they're sometimes promoted as helping to build monster traps in guys, but they're still great for the entire posterior chain (low back, glutes, and hams) and are explosive (building strength and muscle). Especially if you're leaving her soon, now would be the time to teach them to her.
Like the other guys have said, simple nutrition advice will go a long way in getting bikini-ready. What are her starting stats, general fat level, etc.?
Dan John has mentioned that when a girl can do three pull-ups and squat 135x5, she "should" be on her way to an awesome physique. Those are a decent starting point. I'd also add 10-15 legit full-range push-ups on the list. They're a confidence booster, if nothing else.
I have no idea what this means.