- Production Arts Workshop
- Make-up application skills and creative uses in performance
- Make-up for performers
- Special effects make-up
- Making prosthetics and their use
- Fantasy hair design for performer
- Developing work skills
Work experience is an essential element of this course and you will be encouraged to take part in a variety of educational visits throughout the year and supporting local productions will be a compulsory element of this course. We will ensure that your training fits your personal requirements. Some units are delivered through blended learning packages and online support.
Candidates will be expected to work independently producing research material, evidence and assignments. Additional qualifications may be possible, such as Job Search, Interview Skills and Functional Skills.
- Four GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above , including Maths or English
- City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Hair and Media Make-up, plus either Maths or English at Grade C/4 or above.
- L2 in Art & Design plus either Maths or English at Grade C/4 or above
- Level 2 in either Hairdressing or Beauty Therapy plus either Maths or English at Grade C/4 or above.
Applicants also require a good level of computer skills, access to the internet and a genuine interest in the fashion and media industry. This qualification is not suitable for candidates under the age of 16. All applicants will be interviewed to judge their suitability for this programme.
One year programme – September start. Attendance is two/three days per week at College.
On completion of the Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Production Arts – Make Up, learners may wish to progress onto higher education courses, such as a Foundation Degree. Alternatively, applicants could progress onto a career in the media and entertainment industry as a hair and make-up artist for film, television and theatre. Specialist career advice is available throughout the course.