NZQA-accredited Certificate courses
|Duration: 17 weeks, full-time||Duration: 32 weeks, part-time|
|Days: Monday - Friday||Days: Monday & Wednesday, or Tuesday & Wednesday if a Monday is a public holiday|
|Time: 9am - 1pm||Time: 5.45pm - 9.30pm|
|Plus 10 hours per week self-directed study||Plus every third Saturday, 8.30am - 4.30pm|
|Fees: $8048 incl. GST||Plus two full Sundays during the course|
|Fees listed here are for domestic students only. International fees: POA||Fees: $8048 incl. GST|
Eligible for Fees Free? Because SRA is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) and this course is approved by NZQA and the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) you may qualify to have your 2018 fees paid for by the government under the new Fees Free scheme. Refer to the website www.feesfree.govt.nz to see if you are eligible. Alternatively, most students wishing to take this course should be eligible for an interest-free loan from Studylink (www.studylink.govt.nz). Even if you are eligible for the Fees Free scheme you will probably still need to get a loan from Studylink for your course-related cost or living costs.
Samala Robinson Academy is a Private Training Establishment that is fully registered and accredited by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). Students are assessed against unit standards on the New Zealand National Qualifications framework and provider standards for makeup. The Investment Plan has been officially approved by the Tertiary Education Commissions. In most cases student loans are available.
Our Certificate in Fashion Makeup has been designed by top industry professionals in consultation with leading specialists in fashion, film and television production to:
- Develop fashion makeup and personal devleopment skills to a high level
- Prepare students for employment in the fashion, beauty, film and television industries
Character makeup / Fashion makeup / Television & Film Costume - research & design / Personal Development / Customer Service / Retail Training / Skincare - health, hygiene, conditions / Special effects makeup
Newly designed modules may include:
Sugar Skull / Living Doll / Drag / Tribal / Colour Blocking / Create a male / Indian bride / Geisha / iconic Makeup / Rotting Zombie / Pop Art / Royal Punk
Element One - Beauty
The skin / Retail / The Client / Personal Development / Colour Play / Photographic
Element Two - Fashion
Editorial / High Fashion Editorial / Industry Preparation / Catwalk / Bizarre Catwalk / Freelancing
Element Three - Performance
Special Effects / Film, TV and Stage / Historic Character / Costume Drama
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2018 Course Dates - Full-time
Starts: 26 February 2018
Starts: 9 April 2018
2018 Course Dates - Part-time
Starts: 30th April 2018
This is an intense and accelerated course to allow part-time students to complete their Fashion Makeup qualification before the end of the year.
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