CUA51020 – Diploma of Screen and Media(Specialist Makeup Services)

Self Paced Makeup Artistry Online Course

The Makeup Artistry Course is delivered online and consist of 12 modules and 12 interactive assignments. You can study in your own time and at your own pace. Students studying the Diploma Course are provided up to 18 months to complete their studies. During this time you will be educated in all aspects of Makeup Artistry by Rachel Dal Santo; a highly experienced Professional Makeup Artist and Makeup Artistry Educator.The Institute of Makeup Artistry is owned and operated by Online Education Pty Ltd, a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), enabling us to offer you the CUA51020 – Diploma of Screen and Media (Specialist Makeup
Services)

Below are some of the key components of our Diploma course:

Accredited with the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA)
ASQA accreditation requires an extensive and thorough process to verify accredited courses are compliant with current government standards.

More In-depth
The Diploma modules and their corresponding assignments meet ASQA criteria, are more in-depth (30-40% larger in volume) and will better prepare you for entering the workforce at the end of the course.

Approved Assessors
All of the Diploma tutors are ASQA approved assessors.

Units are integrated through a 12 module course
The author has covered the knowledge and performance evidence for all of the units required to be covered by ASQA.  These units have been integrated into our 12 module course in a unique and interactive way that allows the student a cohesive and enjoyable journey.

Course Fee

Flexible Payment Options

Module 1

Makeup Products & Equipment

Summary:

• Get to know the author, Rachel Dal Santo, before she introduces you to the world of Makeup Artistry.
• Become familiar with the broad range of products and equipment available and become an expert in their use.
• Learn how to apply colour theory principles to makeup application.
• Understand skin types and conditions and their relationship to makeup artistry.
• Understand how to operate safely as a makeup artist in accordance with Australian standards.

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAIND512 – Enhance professional practice using creative arts industry knowledge
CUAPPR515 – Establish and maintain safe creative practice
CUAPPR411 – Realise a creative project
CUAMUP411 – Design, apply and remove make-up
CUAMUP413 – Style hair for productions
CUAMUP414 – Style wigs and hairpieces for productions
CUAMUP512 – Design and apply specialised make-up
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects
CUAMUP614 – Create prosthetics for special makeup effects
BSBESB402 – Establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures
CUADES412 – Interpret and respond to a design brief
CUADES511 – Implement design solutions

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Video Tutorials
  • Links
  • Introduction to Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Student Handbook
  • Introduction
  • Welcome!
  • Ten Attributes of a Successful Makeup Artist
  • About the Author
  • Guest Makeup Artist
  • Tools and Products
  • An Introduction to the Makeup Artist’s Kit
  • Equipment, Skincare, and WHS
  • Makeup Products
  • Makeup Brushes
  • Purchasing Your Kit
  • Work Health and Safety (WHS)
  • WHS Guidelines for the Makeup Artist
  • Cleaning Your Brushes, Sponges, and Powder Puffs
  • Australian WHS Legislation and Requirements
  • Colour Theory for the Makeup Artist
  • Understanding Colour
  • The Language of Colour
  • Face Charts
  • Makeup Designs
  • Makeup Application Basics
  • Skin Types and Skin Conditions
  • Skincare Products
  • Concealer
  • Foundation
  • Powder
  • Correcting Skin Problems and Covering Tattoos
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment

Module 2

Face, Eyebrow, Eye, & Lip Shapes

Summary:

• Become familiar with the diversity of human facial features.
• Use makeup application techniques, like contouring, to balance facial features.

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAMUP411 – Design, apply and remove make-up
CUAMUP512 – Design and apply specialised make-up
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Face Shapes
  • Identifying Face Shapes
  • Contouring Highlight and Shade
  • Application Techniques for Contouring
  • Eye Shapes
  • Eye Shapes and Regions of the Eyelid
  • Classic Eye Makeup Design
  • Smoky Eye Makeup Design
  • Makeup for Asian Eyes
  • Eyebrow Shapes
  • Measuring the Eyebrow
  • Common Eyebrow Corrections
  • Lip Shapes
  • Lip Products
  • Common Lip Shape Problems and How to Fix Them
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment

Module 3

Glamour Makeup for Photography

Summary:

• Explore the world of Glamour Makeup, specifically in the contexts of bridal and fashion.
• Learn about the relationship between makeup and photography.

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAIND512 – Enhance professional practice using creative arts industry knowledge
CUAIND412 – Provide freelance services
CUAPPR411 – Realise a creative project
CUAMUP411 – Design, apply and remove make-up
CUAMUP512 – Design and apply specialised make-up
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects
BSBCRT413 – Collaborate in creative processes
CUADES511 – Implement design solutions

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Glamour Makeup for Photography
  • Makeover Studio Photography
  • Makeup Bloggers/Social Media Influencers
  • Wedding Photography
  • Fashion Photography
  • Beauty Photography
  • Other Commercial Photography
  • Model Release Form
  • Makeup Trends and Fashions
  • Staying on Trend
  • Fashion Makeup Demonstrations
  • Soft Natural Makeup
  • Classic Corporate Makeup
  • Red Carpet Glamour Makeup
  • Kim Kardashian/Instagram Inspired Makeup
  • Makeup for Black and White Photography
  • Makeup Application and Capture
  • Bridal Makeup
  • Common Bridal Makeup
  • Mother of the Bride Makeup
  • Additional Wedding Makeup
  • Multicultural Weddings
  • Indian Wedding Makeup
  • Chinese Wedding Makeup
  • Glamour Makeup for Dark Skin
  • Working with Dark Skin Tones
  • Bridal Makeup for Dark Skin
  • Professional Conduct for the Freelance Makeup Artist
  • Professional Conduct for the Freelance Makeup Artist and How to Enhance Your Professional Reputation
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment

Module 4

High Fashion Makeup & Body Painting

Summary:

• A deeper look at the fashion industry, this module will see you exploring the various styles and techniques of High Fashion Makeup Artistry.
• Understand the effects of lighting on makeup.
• Become familiar with what it means to collaborate with fashion designers.
• Learn how to incorporate the influence of art, culture, and history into fashion makeup design.

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAIND412 – Provide freelance services
CUAMUP411 – Design, apply and remove make-up
CUAMUP413 – Style hair for productions
CUAMUP512 – Design and apply specialised make-up
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects
BSBCRT413 – Collaborate in creative processes

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Photographic vs. Catwalk Makeup
  • Key Differences
  • How Lighting Effects Makeup
  • Understanding Lighting Types
  • Coloured Filters
  • Styles of Makeup for the Catwalk
  • Hollywood Glamour and Avant-Garde
  • Working with Fashion Designers
  • Collaborating with a Team
  • Designing for a Fashion Show
  • Creating Looks for the Catwalk
  • High Fashion Makeup Demonstrations
  • Various Styles Explained
  • Culture Inspired Makeup: Geisha
  • Culture Inspired Makeup: Wodaabe Tribe
  • Art Inspired Makeup: Birth of Venus
  • Theatre Inspired Makeup: Ballerina
  • Historical Period Inspired Makeup: 1960s
  • Historical Period Inspired Makeup: Rococo
  • Body Painting
  • What is Body Painting?
  • What are its Uses?
  • Body Painting Festivals
  • Indigenous Origins of Body Painting Around the World
  • Examples of Modern Body Painting
  • Tools & Equipment Used for Body Painting
  • Work Health & Safety Considerations for Body Painting
  • Designing a Body Painting
  • Body Painting Preparation
  • Body Painting Makeup
  • How to Remove Body Paint
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment

Module 5

Makeup for Film and Television

Summary:

• Lights! Camera! Action! This module introduces you to the exciting world of Film and Television makeup!
• Become familiar with the many industry-specific standards and how they affect makeup design.
• Learn how to apply a news presenter makeup to both men and women!
• Become confident in one of the most crucial elements of film and television makeup – continuity!

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAIND512 – Enhance professional practice using creative arts industry knowledge
CUAIND412 – Provide freelance services
CUAMUP411 – Design, apply and remove make-up
CUAMUP412 – Maintain makeup and hair continuity
CUAMUP413 – Style hair for productions
CUAMUP414 – Style wigs and hairpieces for productions
CUAMUP512 – Design and apply specialised make-up
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects
CUAMUP614 – Create prosthetics for special makeup effects
CUADES412 – Interpret and respond to a design brief
CUADES511 – Implement design solutions

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Introduction
  • Industry Overview
  • Film/TV Crews and Their Duties
  • Film/Television Crew Members and Their Duties
  • Studio Protocol and on Set Expectations
  • On Set Procedures and What to Expect
  • Television Makeup
  • High-Definition/Digital Television
  • Floor Duty/On Set Maintenance for Television
  • Male News Presenter Makeup
  • Makeup for Men
  • Makeup for Excellent Complexion
  • Makeup for Average Complexion
  • Unusual Problems and How to Fix Them
  • Female News Presenter Makeup
  • Applications for Female News Presenters
  • Makeup for Female News Presenter
  • Film Makeup
  • Makeup For Film and The Differences Between Film and Tv
  • ‘No Makeup’ Makeup – Male
  • ‘No Makeup’ Makeup – Female
  • How to Maintain and Apply Creative Arts Industry Knowledge
  • Professional Development and Networking
  • Script Continuity Analysis
  • Steps to Set Up a Continuity System
  • Script Analysis
  • Continuity Considerations
  • Example of a Call Sheet
  • Creating a Roster for the Makeup Department
  • Creating a Makeup Budget
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment

Module 6

Theatre Stage Makeup

Summary:

• This module will take you back in time to provide you with an in-depth insight into the fascinating history of makeup.
• Learn the key differences between makeup for camera and makeup for stage.
• See how to create common theatre characters, like a traditional white-faced clown!

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAIND512 – Enhance professional practice using creative arts industry knowledge
CUAIND412 – Provide freelance services
CUAMUP411 – Design, apply and remove make-up
CUAMUP412 – Maintain makeup and hair continuity
CUAMUP413 – Style hair for productions
CUAMUP512 – Design and apply specialised make-up
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects
CUADES412 – Interpret and respond to a design brief
BSBCRT413 – Collaborate in creative processes
CUADES511 – Implement design solutions

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Introduction
  • Theatre Stage Makeup
  • Designing the Makeup
  • Lighting and Makeup
  • Employment in the Theatre
  • How to Collaborate in a Creative Process
  • Basic Male Makeup Techniques for Theatre
  • Historical Period Makeup
  • Period-Based Productions
  • Authentic Makeup vs. Interpretations
  • Ancient Egyptian Period
  • Ancient Roman Period
  • Ancient Greek Period
  • Medieval and Renaissance Periods
  • Tudor and Elizabethan Periods
  • Stuart and Restoration Periods
  • Georgian Period
  • Regency Period
  • Victorian Period
  • Edwardian and George V Periods
  • 1920s Period
  • 1930s Period
  • 1940s Period
  • 1950s Period
  • 1960s Period
  • 1970s Period
  • 1980s Period
  • Period Makeup Demonstrations
  • Ancient Egyptian Makeup
  • Georgian Makeup
  • Victorian Makeup
  • 1920s Makeup
  • 1980s Makeup
  • Common Theatrical Characters
  • Geisha Makeup
  • Clown Makeup
  • Traditional White-Faced Clown
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment

Module 7

Old Age Makeup

Summary:

• This module is your first taste of Special Effects Makeup, exploring the various techniques available for adding years to a person with makeup!
• Learn how to implement design solutions.
• Become familiar with the topic of copyright.

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAIND512 – Enhance professional practice using creative arts industry knowledge
CUAPPR411 – Realise a creative project
CUAMUP411 – Design, apply and remove make-up
CUAMUP512 – Design and apply specialised make-up
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects
BSBCRT413 – Collaborate in creative processes
CUADES511 – Implement design solutions

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Introduction
  • Designing Old-Age Makeup
  • Approaches to Aging Makeup
  • Highlight and Shade
  • Latex or Stipple
  • Green Marble
  • Prosthetics
  • Old-Age Makeup Demonstration
  • How to Implement a Design Solution
  • Copyright, Moral Right, and Intellectual Property
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment

Module 8

Character Makeup

Summary:

• This module will see you delving into the fantastical world of character makeup!
• Learn how to interpret and respond to a design brief.
• Use makeup to create common characters like a traditional witch and Oliver Twist’s “Fagin”!

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAIND512 – Enhance professional practice using creative arts industry knowledge
CUAPPR411 – Realise a creative project
CUAMUP411 – Design, apply and remove make-up
CUAMUP512 – Design and apply specialised make-up
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects
CUADES412 – Interpret and respond to a design brief
BSBCRT413 – Collaborate in creative processes
CUADES511 – Implement design solutions

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Introduction
  • Designing for Film and Television
  • Designing for a Character
  • Designing for Theatre
  • How to Interpret and Respond to a Design Brief
  • Video Demonstrations
  • Witch: Traditional Theatre Makeup
  • Fagin (Oliver Twist): Traditional Theatre Makeup
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment

Module 9

Special Effects Makeup

Summary:

• This module officially welcomes you into the attention-grabbing and jaw-dropping world of special effects makeup. With a focus on injury and disease simulation, your creations are sure to give people chills!

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAPPR411 – Realise a creative project
CUAMUP411 – Design, apply and remove make-up
CUAMUP512 – Design and apply specialised make-up
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects
CUAMUP614 – Create prosthetics for special makeup effects
CUADES412 – Interpret and respond to a design brief
BSBCRT413 – Collaborate in creative processes
CUADES511 – Implement design solutions

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Introduction
  • SFX Injury and Disease Simulation
  • Bruising
  • Abrasions
  • Scabs
  • Tears and Perspiration
  • Artificial Dirt
  • Cuts and Lacerations
  • Sutures/Stitches
  • Bullet Wounds
  • Scars
  • Tattoos
  • Chicken Pox (Varicella) Simulation
  • Small Pox
  • Burns
  • Injury and Disease SFX for Fantasy Characters
  • Creating a Zombie Character
  • Zombie Character Technique
  • Character Contact Lenses
  • Demonstrations
  • Burns Makeup Demonstration
  • Assault Makeup Demonstration
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment

Module 10

Prosthetics

Summary:

• A deeper look into special effects makeup, this module will take you the world of special effects prosthetics!
• Learn how to originate and develop concepts.
• Gain the skills required for creating simple out-of-kit prosthetics as well as more advanced prosthetics, like a partial ‘face cast’!

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAIND512 – Enhance professional practice using creative arts industry knowledge
CUAPPR515 – Establish and maintain safe creative practice
CUAPPR411 – Realise a creative project
CUAMUP411 – Design, apply and remove make-up
CUAMUP512 – Design and apply specialised make-up
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects
CUAMUP614 – Create prosthetics for special makeup effects
CUADES412 – Interpret and respond to a design brief
CUADES511 – Implement design solutions

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Introduction
  • History of Prosthetic Makeup
  • The Modern SFX Makeup Artist
  • How to Originate and Develop Concepts
  • How to Develop Creative Thinking
  • How to Make a Presentation
  • How to Evaluate Finished Prosthetics Against Production Requirements for Improvement
  • Prosthetic Manufacture Techniques
  • Simple Prosthetic Techniques
  • Out-Of-Kit Prosthetic for Theatre
  • Create Your Own Scar Plate
  • Prosthetic Manufacture Using a Face Cast
  • Advanced Prosthetic Manufacture Techniques
  • Introduction
  • Full-Face Cast & Plaster Mould for Foam Latex Prosthetic Appliance
  • Foam Latex
  • Alternative Technique: Urethane Mould & Encapsulated Silicone Prosthetic Appliance
  • Airbrushing
  • Alternative Technique: Epoxy Resin
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment

Module 11

Hair and Wig Styling

Summary:

• This module will introduce you to the world of hair styling and wig application.
• Become familiar with the broad range of hair styling products and equipment available.
• Learn the theory behind hair styling like contouring with hair and identifying common hair ‘problems’ plus how to fix them.
• Learn how to style hair and apply wigs, which are highly sought-after skills for any professional makeup artist, making you stand out from the crowd, especially in the bridal and media industries!

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAIND512 – Enhance professional practice using creative arts industry knowledge
CUAMUP411 – Design, apply and remove make-up
CUAMUP412 – Maintain makeup and hair continuity
CUAMUP413 – Style hair for productions
CUAMUP414 – Style wigs and hairpieces for productions
CUAMUP512 – Design and apply specialised make-up
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects
CUADES511 – Implement design solutions

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Style Hair for Performances or Productions
  • Introduction
  • Hairstyling Tools and Products
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Common Hair Products
  • Required Skills and Differences Between Hairstyling for the General Public and the Media Industries
  • Design Elements and Principles
  • Elements
  • Principles
  • Documenting Hair Designs
  • Types of Curls
  • Face Shapes and Contouring with Hair
  • Contouring with Hair
  • Hairstyles for Balancing Facial Features
  • Common Hair Problems and How to Solve Them
  • Hair Growth Patterns
  • Common Hair Problems Encountered in the Media Industries
  • How to Style Hair
  • Newsreader Blow-Dry Bob Style
  • Long Wavy Style Using Curling Tongs
  • Contemporary Style: Messy Bun with Side Braid
  • Victorian Period Hairstyle
  • 1920s Finger Wave Hairstyle
  • Men’s Hairstyle
  • Wigs and Artificial Facial Hair
  • Wig Types
  • Suggested Wig Suppliers
  • Measuring a Client
  • How to Measure a Client for a Handmade Natural Hair Wig
  • Preparing a Client
  • Preparing a Client for Wig Application
  • Wig Preparation and Care
  • Blocking
  • Trimming
  • Cleaning
  • Storage
  • Wig Application
  • Application of a Medium- and High-Grade Wig: Synthetic (Regular Front)
  • Application of a Lace Front Wig: Synthetic or Natural Hair
  • Wig Styling
  • Wig Styling Example: Lace Front, Synthetic Wig Styling
  • Apply False Moustache
  • Apply an Artificial Hand Knotted Moustache
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment

Module 12

Working as a Freelance MUA

Summary:

• The refining touch to your newly acquired skills can be found in this module, which will equip you with the knowledge required to put your skills into professional use!

Units covered in this module:

Note: This list is not indicative of unit completion, as most of our units are taught (in parts) across most of our modules.

CUAIND512 – Enhance professional practice using creative arts industry knowledge
CUAIND412 – Provide freelance services
CUAPPR411 – Realise a creative project
CUAMUP513 – Design and apply special make-up effects
BSBESB402 – Establish legal and risk management requirements of new business ventures
CUADES412 – Interpret and respond to a design brief
BSBCRT413 – Collaborate in creative processes

Module Content:

  • Learning Outcomes Summary
  • Introduction
  • Establishing a Successful Makeup Business
  • Setting up Your Business
  • Requirements for Working From a Business Premises and Employing Workers in Australia
  • How to Get Clients
  • Checklist for Establishing a Makeup Artistry Business
  • Tips for Working in Specific Industry Sectors
  • Wedding
  • How to Create a Work Agreement for Client Bookings
  • Fashion
  • Television
  • Theatre
  • Working as an Assistant
  • How to Negotiate Contract or Agreement Variations When Working as a Freelances MUA
  • How to Create a Contract with a Supplier of Goods or Services for Your New Business
  • How to Review Your Work Objectives Measured Against Quality of Life, Artistic & Commercial Goals
  • Self-Directed Study Exercises
  • Assignment
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The Institute of Makeup Artistry offers you the most advanced and comprehensive online solution to learning available today. We offer the most thorough home study courses in makeup artistry using the very latest online learning techniques. Our commitment to providing the highest quality training program has resulted in unique teaching and student support systems, which produce unparalleled results.

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THE AUTHORS

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RACHEL DAL SANTO

Rachel Dal Santo, the author of the Professional Makeup Artistry course, is a makeup artist with over 30 years’ experience in and has worked in all facets of the Makeup Industry. The opportunity to teach her craft and pass on her knowledge and passion for makeup artistry is now Rachel’s main focus and she is passionate about passing her knowledge onto you.

Guest Makeup Artist

Learn from industry expert.

Tatiana Stutz studied as a student under Rachel, with a strong curiosity, passion and desire to step outside the boundaries of conventional makeup. Tatiana has utilised Instagram and her passion for photography to share her more experimental, Avant Garde creations. She is now a successful makeup influencer with a substantial social media following; what started as a side project became the doorway to countless opportunities such as working with major makeup brands like Kat Von D Beauty. Throughout the course, Tatiana will appear as a guest makeup artist to demonstrate various makeup designs. To see more of Tatiana's work, visit her Instagram page.

Key Contributor

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Jonas Leriche is an Art Director and Fine Art Photographer, that works with a highly skilled set of Makeup Artists to create breathtaking Art pieces. Jonas with his work aims to transform individual models into dramatic, iconic figures that tap into a deeper level of experience, melancholy and mortality. Jonas and his team are excited to be involved in the creation of The Institute of Makeup Artistry. "Transforming emotions, intentional or unconscious ideas into gripping images: this is what matters to me..." - Jonas Leriche

OUR TUTORS

Our handpicked tutors are not only great teachers, but experts in their fields.

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EMER HAWKINS

Emer Hawkins is a makeup and hair artist with over 10 years of experience working across beauty, editorial, TV and more recently the bridal industry.

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RACHEL DAL SANTO

Rachel Dal Santo, the author of the Professional Makeup Artistry course, is a makeup artist with over 30 years’ experience in many sectors of the makeup industry

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ERYN SHANNON

Eryn Shannon is a hair and makeup artist with over 15 years of experience with a unique range of experience within the beauty, fashion and wedding industries.

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CATHERINE FARREN-PRICE

Catherine has taught art, makeup and special effects extensively over the past 30 years

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The courses are designed to be self-paced. For the Certificate Course, you would expect to be dedicating on average about 6-8 hours per week for 24 weeks. For the Diploma Course, you would expect to dedicate, as per AQF standards, approximately 16 hours per week of structured and non-structured training over an 18 month period. Students studying the Certificate Course are provided up to 12 months to complete their studies. Students studying the Diploma Course are provided up to 18 months to complete their studies.

The course is completed online. This means there are no classes to attend. You can study in your own time and at your own pace

All you need for our professional makeup artistry courses is a computer and access to the internet, a video camera (a smartphone camera is acceptable) and a makeup kit. As a student of The Institute of Makeup Artistry, you will receive exclusive discounts to leading makeup suppliers.

Our courses are compatible with both PC and MAC computers, tablet and smartphone devices.

Models are required for the completion of the course assignments. Models can be anyone over the age of 10! We recommend having 2 male and 2 female models on standby throughout the course. Students are advised to allow sufficient time to organise a model/s for each assignment.

You can contact your tutor at any time through our secure student site, which you will gain access to once you enroll. Your tutor’s role is to assess your assignments and provide you with feedback. They are also available to answer any questions you may have about the course.

No. The courses are designed to allow for students who have had little or no experience in Makeup Artistry.

As the courses are provided online, you have the flexibility to start when and where suits you. If you enrolled today, for example, you could start straight away.

 

All the learning is done online in that when you enrol, you receive a username and password, which enables you to log onto our secure student site. From there, you can download your first module, which you could liken to your textbook as it contains all the information you will need to complete assignment one. Each module is approximately 90 pages in length and is full of detailed, technical information delivered in a friendly, conversational manner that is easy to understand. The concepts are further explained by way of diagrams, images and examples. Once you have completed your assignment (some are just theoretical, but the majority of assignments combine both theory and fun practical tasks), you then upload it onto our site for your tutor to mark. The tutors will give you a grade (out of 10) and a comprehensive evaluation of your work and ideas. Their feedback will help nurture and improve your skills each step of the way.-

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