LIMITED GOVERNMENT FUNDED PLACES AVAILABLE
In 2017, 30 positions are available for students who wish to complete their CUA51015 Diploma of Screen and Media. This qualification is priced at $10,000. The subsidised amount is $5940, which means subsidised students receive almost 60% off their tuition fees. Amazing? We think so!
$300 BONUS COMPLETION PAYMENT
If that isn’t enough, when you successfully complete your qualification you are eligible to receive a completion payment of $300, which will be paid to you directly.
WANT TO APPLY?
To apply, simply contact CMA’s Student Liaison Manager. Eligibility criteria applies as follows:
As a minimum, a student must, at the time of enrolment be
- an Australian citizen, permanent resident or New Zealand passport holder resident for man than six months, OR
- a visa holder with work rights and not excluded from participation in government funded training, AND
- living or working in the ACT, AND
- not enrolled in or attending secondary school or college.
Places are strictly limited and offered on a first-in-first-served basis.
SPECIALIST MAKEUP SERVICES – CUA51015 DIPLOMA OF SCREEN AND MEDIA
The Specialist Makeup Services – CUA51015 Diploma of Screen and Media is a nationally recognised qualification, equipping you with the necessary skills, knowledge and outlook to succeed working specifically as a professional Makeup Artist.
This program is delivered two days per week for a period of 12 months or two evenings per week for a period of 12 months. Students study as per the ACT school terms.
WHAT DO I NEED?
You need to have Internet and computer access, meet the eligibility criteria, be able to attend weekly training days and have a passion for makeup.
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
Use of CMA’s online learning management system providing access to:
- Assessment tasks,
- Additional resources,
- Demonstration videos,
- Practical notes and procedures,
- Online quizzes,
- Forum discussion and
- Ongoing trainer support.
$10,000. The program fee is reduced to $4060 under Skilled Capital. More information about Skilled Capital can be found on the ACT Government’s Department of Education website. A full schedule of tuition fees can be accessed here. This program is VET Student Loans approved. For further information contact the Academy today.
The Specialist Makeup Services – CUA51015 Diploma of Screen and Media does not require any pre-requisite studies, however, participants must have successfully completed Year 10 and must fulfill the eligibility criteria for the Skilled Capital initiative.
UNIQUE STUDENT IDENTIFIER (USI)
All students studying a nationally recognised qualification must have a Unique Student Identifier before enrolling. If you do not already have a USI, go to www.usi.gov.au to create one.
The academy is designed with individual, illuminated workstations for each participant. A fully equipped computer lab is also available onsite for student use. Students have access to CMA’s online learning management system, providing access to assessment tasks, additional learning resources, demonstration videos, practical notes and procedures, online quizzes, forum discussion and ongoing trainer support. A selection of relevant books is available to all participants for research and reference.
Students are required to purchase a uniform (t-shirt) for $49 each and a set of textbooks, valued at $15 per unit of competency. There are 15 units in total, equaling $225. Optional hoodies are also available for $59 each.
CMA holds an annual graduation dinner, which costs no more than $110 per graduating student. Students are permitted to invite as many guests as they choose.
$500 per makeup kit. This is a starter kit of equipment and materials designed to allow you to practice outside of contact hours, attend work experience and begin professional work within your field of study. The materials and equipment contained within these kits become the property of the student once purchased. Students are supplied with additional materials and equipment for use during contact hours at CMA.
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CAREER AND LEARNING PATHWAYS
Graduates of this program work as a professional makeup artist for film, television, theatre, photography, bridal, catwalk, fashion and editorial fields. Diploma graduates can also create media injury simulation, body art, special effects and prosthetics. Further study may include photography, hairdressing, and/or beauty therapy.
RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING
Previous work experience or training courses may enable us to deem you competent in certain areas, which will allow exemption from some modules. This process is referred to as ‘Recognition of Prior Learning ‘ (RPL). As a Registered Training Organisation, delivering nationally recognised training, CMA can assist you with this process. Please contact the office to request an application form. Application for RPL must occur prior to course commencement.
UNITS OF COMPETENCY
CUAMUP401 Design, apply and remove make-up
SHBBMUP003 Design and apply make-up for photography
CUAPPR505 Establish and maintain safe creative practice
BSBCRT402 Collaborate in a creative process
BSBCRT501 Originate and develop concepts
SHBBFAS001 Provide lash and brow services
CUAMUP402 Maintain make-up and hair continuity
CUAMUP403 Style hair for performances or productions
CUAMUP404 Style wigs and hairpieces for performances or productions
CUAPRP401 Coordinate props
BSBCMM401 Make a presentation
CUARES402 Conduct research
CUAIND502 Maintain and apply creative arts industry knowledge
CUAMUP502 Design and apply specialised make‑up
CUAMUP503 Design and apply special make‑up effects
TV Presenter Makeup
Lash and Brow Services