Fashion, Theatre and Media Hair and Make-up Studies
Diploma Theatrical & Media Make-up
- Subject Area
- Theatrical & Media Make-up
- Age Group
(Full Time - 1 year)
(Full Time - 1 year)
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Advancing your skills, knowledge and understanding of make-up artistry learnt at Level 2, this Level 3 Certificate in Fashion, Theatre, and Media Hair and Make-Up Studies is the perfect way to build the technical abilities you'll need to prepare you for employment as a professional make-up artist.
You'll learn how to apply both airbrush and camouflage make-up, as well as taking a closer look at the techniques required specifically for applications in the media, fashion and photographic industries. You'll also have the opportunity to choose your own units, covering a wide variety of topics from eyelash and brow treatments or wig services, to plaiting and twisting hair or working with prosthetic pieces and bald caps!
Throughout the course, you'll be developing the advanced skills and techniques that are standard in the industry, on a programme that is specifically designed to prepare you for work, and recognised by the biggest associations in the beauty therapy world, including the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) and the British Association of Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology (BABTAC)
Learners are required to have a grade 4 or above in maths and English or equivalent qualifications
How will I be assessed
Assessment for this course is done throughout the year and includes a number of different methods. You'll complete a variety of practical sessions and a work placement, written work and tests, assignments, and practical observations, all building up a portfolio of evidence.
If you haven't achieved an A*-C in English or Maths, you'll take assessments for these too, after learning the necessary skills and knowledge.
Continuing your journey
Fees finance & Funding
There may be some additional equipment costs.Learners are required to purcases kits that will support them with completing this course. (please ask for the price on enrolment) All learners are required to ware a uniform chosen by the department at a approximate cost of £40, closed toe black shoes must also be worn. If you're not sure about how to afford college, there are a number of support options that could help you. These include special grants and bursaries, reductions in fees, and loans just for education.
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Theatrical & Media Make-up
With Theatrical and Media Make-up at The Manchester College – the No.1 College in Greater Manchester for achievement* – we’ll help you learn to develop that power and gain skills in professional-standard make-up and special effects make-up.