Make up Artistry Certificate is designed for avid learners who have a keen interest in engaging their creative minds and skills in the make up artistry field. This program will help the students to learn to use selective makeup tools and apply these to various makeup styles based on client needs. The students will also learn to perform skin type profiling and apply products based on skin types.
Launch your makeup artistry career, and learn the use of selective tools to apply makeup techniques to various makeup styles with a strong emphasis on both theory and practical.
After completion of this program, the graduates will be able to work as:
Grade 10 or Mature Student Status (19 years of age or more). Students will need to submit a proof of English Language Competency by any one of the following options:
English Language Proficiency Assessment Test conducted by the College.
16 weeks (320 hours)
|Course #||Title of Course/Work Experience Component||# of Hours|
|MAKU001||Make up artistry fundamentals||15|
|ADMN001||Customer Service and communication||20|
|MAKU002||Safety and Hygiene||15|
|MAKU003||Use of brushes||20|
|MAKU004||Skin Types,Skincare and face shapes||20|
|MAKU006||Make up basics||30|
|MAKU008||Bridal Make up||50|
|MAKU009||Make up for events||40|
Please speak with your Campus Representative if you need further information.
|1||Registration Fee||$250||Domestic Students|
|1||Registration Fee||$250||International Students|
This program has been approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training.
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