Project Description

Advanced Make-Up Artistry Level 6

PLSS Code: 2860026Micon

Coordinator:Sara Ashmore

This course is for students who are interested in developing a career in the fast-paced industry of Make-up Artistry. All technical units build and equip you with skills to expand your creativity and artistic skills through specialist units, unique to becoming a make-up artist. You will develop a variety of Make-up techniques and hairstyling skill and you will gain knowledge of the specialist skills required for working in the Television, Film and Theatre industry.

What Makes This Course Special

  • High-level professional skills training
  • Many progression options in senior roles/management
  • Fast-growing sector
  • Outstanding facilities
  • Exciting links & visits

Course Content

  • Advanced Make-up Techniques
  • Research & Design Plans for scripts & Fashion Shows
  • Face & Body Painting
  • SFX Make-up
  • Photography
  • Prosthetics & Bald Cap Application
  • Student Led Masterclasses
  • Permanent Eyelashes
  • Threading
  • Salon & Sales Management

Progression
Progress to further study and careers including:

  • Fashion & Media Make-up Artist
  • Film & TV Make-up Artist
  • Product Representative & Trainer
  • Prosthetics Make-up Artist
  • Salon Management
  • Senior Make-up Artist
  • Special-effect Make-up Artist
  • advanced-makeup v2
  • advanced makeup testimonial

Entry Requirements

QQI Level 5 Make-up Artistry or equivalent – See our Standard entry requirements for more information

Certification
City & Guilds Level 4 Certificate in Advanced Theatrical and Media Make-Up Techniques 5450-08
ITEC L3 Award in Education and Training

Costs
Standard registration (other awarding bodies),  see costs, fees and finance and
City & Guilds exam costs €250
ITEC exam fee €60

Additional Costs
SFX Kit: €100 average price
Perm eyelash extension kit: €100
Uniform: €30 average price

Garda Vetting
See the Garda Vetting details on the Entry Requirements Page

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Early Interview Option

Apply before 29 April 2020 for the opportunity of an early interview, Early interviews normally take place in May.

Apply before August 2020 for a later interview. An offer of a place does not guarantee a place - only full payment of fees will move an applicant to registered status. If an offer is not accepted in time and a course is full then applicants will be added to a waiting list and have the opportunity to apply for another course.

Note: This is a full-time course.