CUA51015: Diploma of Screen and Media

Specialist Make-Up Services

Full Time Course Dates:

  • Brisbane: Tuesday the 24th of October 2017: 9:00AM - 4:30PM (Please note: Classes run on Tues, Wed & Thurs)
  • Gold Coast: Tuesday the 24th of October 2017: 9:00AM - 4:30PM (Please note: Classes run on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)

Courses are subject to sufficient student numbers. Insufficient numbers will result in cancellation (10 days prior) and students will be notified by phone and email.

If the dates above are not suitable, you can always register interest and you will be notified of any new dates when they are added.

 

"The quality of make-up coming out of the Australian Institute of Creative Design is obscenely good." —Matt Leasegang, photographer.

The Diploma of Screen and Media is the most current qualification of Specialist Make-Up Services. This diploma is the perfect fit for anyone interested in exploring all avenues of the make-up industry! You will learn what it takes to work on film, TV and theatre, SPFX skills including prosthetic creation and application, editorial and bridal make-up techniques and hairstyling. If you love the creative world and are passionate about a career in the make-up industry then enroll in our Diploma of Screen and Media today!

The institute is ITEC approved, this means that our Diploma of Screen and Media has also been developed to the International Qualification standards of ITEC, making the Diploma of Screen and Media unique in that it provides students with a dual qualification (National and International). For more information on ITEC visit http://www.itecworld.co.uk(extra costs and assessments will be required)

For more information about ITEC download their info sheet here

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Upon completion of the Diploma of Screen and Media students will have learnt a variety of skills that enhance their level of employability within the industry. You will have the skills to work in a range of positions including;

  • Freelance make-up artist
  • Film and TV artist
  • SFX artist
  • Prosthetic artist
  • Bridal make-up and hair artist
  • Editorial make-up and hair artist
  • Hair stylist
  • Airbrush artist
  • Face/body painter

HELLO HOLLYWOOD!

Recently, some of our students had the extraordinary opportunity to work on set for the recently released "Kong: Skull Island" movie. The team, led by Danielle Fredericks, our education program manager, secretly worked behind the scenes on special effects make-up for various actors in the movie over six amazing weeks. In 2015 students also worked on the recently released “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie as well!

READ ABOUT THE "KONG" EXPERIENCE   /   READ ABOUT "PIRATES"

The wide range of courses offered at the college allows students to collaborate and connect with students from various departments including; styling, fashion design and photography. These self-directed collaborations foster amazing networking capabilities for students, allowing them to create incredible images for their portfolios and preparing them for industry. In previous years our students have had the opportunity to work on of feature films including ‘Kong: Skull Island’ and ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’.

COURSE OVERVIEW

BEAUTY MAKE-UP

  • Basic facial anatomy and physiology
  • Face, eye, brows and lip shapes
  • Colour theory
  • Hygiene standards
  • Skin prep
  • Day/evening make-up
  • Mature make-up
  • Bridal make-up
  • Editorial/fashion make-up
  • Airbrushing
  • Corrective make-up
  • Hair styling

SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKE-UP

  • Bald cap application
  • Life casting
  • Mould making
  • Prosthetic creation and application
  • Tattoo creation and coverage
  • Facial postiche application
  • Wounds and injuries - scratches, grazes, cuts and wounds, bruising, scars, burns, sweat and tears, dirt FX, broken noses, bullet wounds, knife wounds

CHARACTER MAKE-UP

  • Character creation
  • Historical/period make-up and hair styling
  • Face/body painting
  • Aging make-up

INDUSTRY RELEVANT RESEARCH

  • Script and character breakdowns
  • Designing budgets
  • Portfolio creation
  • Continuity skills
  • Industry/On set ettiquette
  • Responding to design Briefs

STUDENT REQUIREMENTS

  • Students will be required to source outside models throughout the duration of the course - models may be needed for consecutive weeks on occasion.
  • Students will be required to have access to a laptop computer with Office capabilities.
  • Students will be required to have access to a digital camera.
  • Students will be required to create full head to toe characters - students may choose to purchase costuming and props.
  • Students will be required to print images and written work for their portfolio submissions.
  • Make-Up kit required ($1,500).
  • Students will be required to work on each other

Qualification & Units of Competency

Course Code: CUA51015

Students who successfully complete the course will receive the nationally recognised Diploma of Screen and Media (CUA51015) qualification. This course is accredited under the Australian Qualifications Training Framework.

To check our accreditation details click here.

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Have your experience recognised and increase your employment prospects by enrolling in Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Through RPL you could reduce the duration of your studies. Get the recognition you deserve and enquire about RPL today.

RPL assessed on a case by case basis, so it is only available on application. Students will be charged $200 per unit of competency.

Course Duration:

The course runs for 3 days a week on-campus and 1 day off-campus (self-guided study) over 36 Weeks

Term Dates

Click on the arrows below to go forward or backward through each intake's term dates. Please note that term dates are subject to change, please contact us to confirm future dates if required.

Gold Coast

October INTAKE 2017

 
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Term 1
24th Oct 17
14th Dec 17
Term 2
9th Jan 18
9th Mar 18
Term 3
17th Apr 18
21st Jun 18

September INTAKE 2017

 
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26th Sep 17
14th Dec 17
Term 2
30th Jan 18
22nd Mar 18
Term 3
27th Mar 18
7th Jun 18

March INTAKE 2017

 
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Term 1
22nd Mar 17
7th Apr 17
Term 2
19th Apr 17
23rd Jun 17
Term 3
5th Jul 17
22nd Sep 17
Term 4
4th Oct 17
3rd Nov 17

February INTAKE 2017

 
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20th Feb 17
7th Apr 17
Term 2
18th Apr 17
23rd Jun 17
Term 3
3rd Jul 17
18th Aug 17

November INTAKE 2016

 
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Term 1
14th Nov 16
16th Dec 16
Term 2
9th Jan 17
7th Apr 17
Term 3
18th Apr 17
23rd Jun 17
Term 4
10th Jul 17
31st Aug 17

July INTAKE 2016

 
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11th Jul 16
17th Sep 16
Term 2
4th Oct 16
10th Dec 16
Term 3
30th Jan 17
1st Apr 17
Term 4
18th Apr 17
3rd Jun 17

April INTAKE 2016

 
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11th Apr 16
2nd Jul 16
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11th Jul 16
24th Sep 16
Term 3
4th Oct 16
17th Dec 16

February INTAKE 2016

 
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29th Feb 16
24th Mar 16
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4th Apr 16
24th Jun 16
Term 3
11th Jul 16
16th Sep 16
Term 4
4th Oct 16
9th Dec 16

June INTAKE 2015

 
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29th Jun 15
27th Aug 15
Term 2
7th Sep 15
6th Nov 15
Term 3
16th Nov 15
18th Dec 15
Term 4
11th Jan 16
8th Apr 16

March INTAKE 2015

 
STARTS
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9th Mar 15
8th May 15
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18th May 15
17th Jul 15
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2nd Oct 15
Term 4
19th Oct 15
18th Dec 15
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Brisbane

October INTAKE 2017

 
STARTS
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Term 1
24th Oct 17
14th Dec 17
Term 2
9th Jan 18
9th Mar 18
Term 3
17th Apr 18
21st Jun 18

September INTAKE 2017

 
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Term 1
26th Sep 17
14th Dec 17
Term 2
30th Jan 18
22nd Mar 18
Term 3
27th Mar 18
7th Jun 18

March INTAKE 2017

 
STARTS
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Term 1
22nd Mar 17
7th Apr 17
Term 2
19th Apr 17
23rd Jun 17
Term 3
5th Jul 17
22nd Sep 17
Term 4
4th Oct 17
3rd Nov 17

February INTAKE 2017

 
STARTS
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Term 1
20th Feb 17
7th Apr 17
Term 2
18th Apr 17
23rd Jun 17
Term 3
3rd Jul 17
18th Aug 17

November INTAKE 2016

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
14th Nov 16
16th Dec 16
Term 2
9th Jan 17
7th Apr 17
Term 3
18th Apr 17
23rd Jun 17
Term 4
10th Jul 17
31st Aug 17

July INTAKE 2016

 
STARTS
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Term 1
11th Jul 16
17th Sep 16
Term 2
4th Oct 16
10th Dec 16
Term 3
30th Jan 17
1st Apr 17
Term 4
18th Apr 17
3rd Jun 17

April INTAKE 2016

 
STARTS
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Term 1
11th Apr 16
2nd Jul 16
Term 2
11th Jul 16
24th Sep 16
Term 3
4th Oct 16
17th Dec 16

February INTAKE 2016

 
STARTS
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Term 1
29th Feb 16
24th Mar 16
Term 2
4th Apr 16
24th Jun 16
Term 3
11th Jul 16
16th Sep 16
Term 4
4th Oct 16
9th Dec 16

March INTAKE 2015

 
STARTS
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Term 1
9th Mar 15
8th May 15
Term 2
18th May 15
17th Jul 15
Term 3
3rd Aug 15
2nd Oct 15
Term 4
19th Oct 15
18th Dec 15
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Student Entry Requirements:

Formal Education or Work/Life Experience:

To enrol into the Diploma of Screen and Media the applicant does not have to have completed their senior secondary schooling but must have sound computer skills to use the internet as a research tool as well as answering yes to most of the questions below:

  • Are you patient and tactful?
  • Do you have good communication skills?
  • Are you good at practical tasks and have good hand-eye coordination?
  • Do you have an interest in make-up and transformation?

Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites for entry into this qualification.

Course Fees

VET Student Loans

From the 1st of January 2017 a new government student loan scheme became available to students enrolling into eligible courses at approved providers.

VET Student Loans are available for students who meet the eligibility requirements to assist with payment of the course fees. Students who take out a VET Student Loan will have a HELP debt which is due to the Commonwealth until it is repaid.

For more information about VET Student Loans click here.

APPLY NOW FOR 2017

View the Government Fact Sheet for VET Student Loans in 2017

If you are eligible for a VET Student Loan:

Click here to view the Schedule of VET Tuition Fees for more information on course costs, census dates and units of study.

Did you know that alternatives to VET Student Loans may be even cheaper than the 20% fee currently charged by the Government? Student or personal loans from some of the larger financial institutions may save you money.

Check out some other course financing options here.

If you are not eligible for a VET Student Loan:

Full Course Cost (Payment Plan): $11,000.00

  • Balance paid in weekly direct debit instalments (with integraPAY) over course duration: $10,000.00

Additional Costs

  • Printing & photocopying by student.
  • Basic stationary
  • USB Thumb drive - 8GB minimum recommended
  • A digital camera is preferred
  • Student's may also choose to purchase clothing, props and additional products for use in their photoshoots - as selected and desired by the student.
  • Student ID Card: $25
  • A complete list of required resources will be supplied prior to each study period (approx $500 per study period)
  • Laptop (see Below)

LAPTOP / NOTEBOOK REQUIREMENT:

Students will be required to have a laptop computer with a wireless network connection. The following specifications are recommended:

  • A Wireless Laptop (PC or MAC)
  • Minimum 8Gb RAM (Preferrably 16GB RAM)
  • 2Ghz or faster processor
  • Web Browser (e.g. Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Internet Explorer)
  • Anti Virus Software.
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader (free online)
  • For editing work it is recommended you have a Mouse
  • Microsoft Office 2007 or better with Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Access.*
    If using a Mac -> Pages, Numbers and Keynote can be used, however prefer Microsoft Office

* Please check software manufacturers minimum system requirements. Student pricing may be available.

Financial Assistance

Eligible students may be able to apply to Centrelink for either Youth Allowance (for full-time students aged 16 to 24) or Austudy (for full-time students aged 25 years or over). For more information visit the Centrelink website.

Looking for course financing options? Check out some of the options available here.

Applications:

Domestic Students Only

Application and Enrolment Process:

  1. Phone the Gold Coast (07) 55 938 335 OR Brisbane (07) 38 541 395 campus to arrange your interview OR fill out the online Application Form and arrange a phone interview if you cannot come into either campus.
  2. Attend your interview or complete the phone interview.
  3. You will recieve your enrolment paperwork and the student handbook at the interview and information on the required evidence you will have to supply to support your application.
  4. After reading the student handbook and enrolment forms, if you wish to enrol you must submit the enrolment form along with any requested evidence (original or certified copies of originals).Our administration staff will check the completed enrolment form and evidence you supplied to demonstrate your suitability for the course. We may have to ask you further information or discuss your options if you don't meet the suitability requirements for the course. If you do meet the suitability requirements for the course, we will send you a Confirmation of Enrolment, along with payment plan forms.
  5. You will receive your first invoice notice no more than one calendar month before the start of study and at least two weeks before the first census date.

Next Course Start Dates:

Full Time Course Dates:

  • Brisbane: Tuesday the 24th of October 2017: 9:00AM - 4:30PM (Please note: Classes run on Tues, Wed & Thurs)
  • Gold Coast: Tuesday the 24th of October 2017: 9:00AM - 4:30PM (Please note: Classes run on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)

Courses are subject to sufficient student numbers. Insufficient numbers will result in cancellation (10 days prior) and students will be notified by phone and email.

If the dates above are not suitable, you can always register interest and you will be notified of any new dates when they are added.


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