These two qualifications delivered together give any individual interested in a career in hairdressing, make-up, beauty or general retail an amazing head start and two fully accredited Certificate II qualifications. These preparation courses are a great introduction and taster into these fields and can lead to many employment or further study opportunities.
The skills and knowledge are of an introductory level and are all undertaken under supervision including blowdrying, shampooing, makeup application day and evening, selling skills, basin skills, braiding hair and much much more.
This dual qualification can be used as a stepping stone into a hairdressing apprenticeship, retail outlets, makeup counter work or future studies in any of those areas
The Certiﬁcate II in Retail Cosmetics (SHB20116) is a nationally recognised qualiﬁcation under the Hairdressing and Beauty Services Training package (SHB). This qualiﬁcation has been designed for those individuals who wish to be employed in a retail sales position involved in a range of tasks to sell and demonstrate beauty or cosmetic products, following routines and procedures and working under direct supervision. This qualiﬁcation provides a pathway to work as a retail sales consultant in any business that sells beauty or cosmetic products and services. This can include retail outlets such as cosmetic counters, department stores/pharmacies or beauty and hairdressing salons. These individuals possess a range of well-developed technical and customer service skills where discretion and judgement is required and are responsible for their own outputs. This includes client consultation, retailing skills and application of makeup services.
The Certiﬁcate III in Make-up (SHB30215) is a nationally recognised qualiﬁcation under the Hairdressing and Beauty Services Training package (SHB). This qualiﬁcation has been designed for those individuals who wish to be employed as make-up artists to design and apply make-up for a range of purposes and occasions across the beauty, fashion, media and entertainment industries. These individuals possess a range of well-developed skills including working co-operatively with a range of individuals from photographers, fashion stylists and media production staff. Work is typically conducted as a part of a team or on a freelance basis in settings such as make-up studios, retail cosmetic counters, fashion and media sets and photography studios.
The Diploma of Screen and media – specialist make-up services is a nationally recognised qualification under the Creative Arts and Culture Training Package (CUA).
This qualification has been designed for those individuals who wish to be employed in the theatrical creative make-up field with a focus on Cinema graphic and SPX make-up whilst teaching you the ins and outs of special effects make-up. With specialist units focusing on specialised make-up effects, creating prosthetics, and styling hair for performances and productions, you will graduate this course with much more than just a Diploma. Whether you are destined for the hustling back stage of a runway show, magazine or print campaigns, theatre or film, this course will equip you with the skills and expertise to success in the make-up industry.
The world of screen and media awaits you! Are you ready?
This unit delivers the skills and knowledge required to respond to a client brief to design and apply makeup for specialised looks that use creative design and application of make-up. Ensuring the alibility to refine a brief with a client and then research, design, trial and apply a creative make-up.
- Brief/client consultation
- Working with professionals
- Researching creative make-up
- Analysing creative make-up context
- Designing and applying creative make-up
- OHS applying to creative make-up
These units deliver the skills and knowledge required to design and apply make-up for photographic shoots in natural and artificial light as well as the skills and knowledge to apply specialised make-up products to disguise skin imperfections on the face and body.
Ensuring the alibility to consult with clients, models, photographer’s and stylists to select suitable products and equipment for successful outcomes.
- Client consultation
- Working with photographers
- Analysing photographic context
- Lighting and studio photography
- Black and white photography
- Location photography
- Natural lighting photography
- Designing and applying make-up
- OHS & ethics on photo shoots
- Camouflage makeup
This unit delivers the skills and knowledge required to apply airbrushed make-up for face and body.
Ensuring the ability to prepare the work area, consult with clients, select suitable products and equipment for successful outcomes in airbrushing.
- Client consultation
- Working with airbrushing equipment
- Caring for airbrush equipment
- Designing and applying airbrush make-up
- OHS for airbrushing
On successful completion of this unit you will receive a Statement of Attainment for the unit in partial completion of Certificate III in Make-up (SHB30215).
(Part completion of Certiﬁcate III in Make-up SHB30215)
The Hairstyling for Make-up Artists Program is a program designed from part of the Certiﬁcate III in Make-up (SHB30215) under the Hairdressing and Beauty Services Training package (SHB). This program has been designed for those individuals who wish to as professional make-up artists add value to their clientele by way of hair styling. The units covered in this program are Style Hair for Performances or Productions. Ensuring the ability to prepare the work area, consult with clients, select suitable products and equipment for successful outcomes in hair styling.
- Client consultation
- Hair preparation
- Product and equipment use
- Curl, iron and basic hair up styling
- Designing and undertaking hair styling
- OHS for hair styling
The Hairstyling for Make-up Artist Program may be a stand-alone program or utilized as a stepping stone to a full Certiﬁcate III in Make-up (SHB30215) or other make-up qualiﬁcations.