Cornwall College Duchy College Bicton College Falmouth Marine School CCB Training

Hair & Media Make-Up Diploma

Level 2

Bookmark Sign in to Apply  

Key Info

Learning Area   Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy
Delivery Mode   Full-time
Duration   1 Year


Dates & Locations

Course Type   16-19, Adult
Location   Cornwall College Camborne
Start Date   06/09/2021

If you are looking to begin an exciting career in the hair, make-up and media industry, and would like to eventually pursue a career in the theatre, film or television industry gaining a national qualification, then this course is for you.

You will learn excellent industry skills such as how to apply make-up, provide eyebrow and eyelash treatments, the art of photographic make-up, body art designs, colour and dress hair as well as make and style hair additions

  What You Will Learn

At Level 2 you will gain an excellent range of skills which will provide you with a starting point towards a career in the industry. The course has been specifically designed to enable you to learn both aspects of Hairdressing and Media make-up.

Areas studied on the course include:

Unit 201 - Working in the beauty related industries
Unit 202 - Following health and safety practices in the salon
Unit 203 - Client care and communication in the beauty related industries
Unit 209 - Apply make-up
Unit 210 - Provide eyelash and eyebrow treatments
Unit 212 - Create an image based on a theme within the hair and beauty sector
Unit 220 - The art of photographic make-up
Unit 221 - Body art design
Unit 223 - Apply skin care techniques
Unit 226 - The art of colouring hair
Unit 227 - The art of dressing hair
Unit 310 - Make and style hair additions

You will attend theory sessions that will support the knowledge and understanding.

Candidates will be expected to work independently producing research material, evidence and assignments

  Entry Requirements

You will need to have a minimum GCSEs at grades 4 – 9 in English and mathematics. At Cornwall College, we recognise that applicants without these qualifications can often offer a high level of competence as well as life experience and we will therefore consider all applications on their merits alongside their qualifications. If you are unsure as to whether or not you meet the requirements, please call the department and ask to speak to the study programme manager who will be happy to discuss it with you.

  Work Experience

You are expected to find an external work placement while on the course. This will help you gain valuable work experience to help you develop a career in this exciting industry. However, we have work place coordinators that can help you or you may be able to gain work experience in our own commercial Salons open to the public.

  Assessment

You will be assessed in a realistic working environment. This could include shows and competitions as well as working on clients. Students will therefore need to be prepared to work both independently and as part of a team.

You will also be assessed through either written assignments or online multiple choice questions.

  Progression

On successful completion of the Level 2 Diploma in Hair and Media Make-Up:

You could enter employment as a hair and media make-up artist.

You can progress on to the Level 3 Diploma in Theatrical, Special Effects, Hair and Media Make-Up or Level 2 Hairdressing courses.

  Gallery


Sign in to Apply

  Tags


# Hairdressing # Make-up # BeautyTherapy # Hairdresser # makeup2021

Courses listed on this website are indicative of the subject, nature and level of study. The College reserves the right to alter specific qualifications titles, awarding bodies and levels of qualification, which can change in year. Any cost may also vary, based on personal funding eligibility. The Cornwall College Group reserves the right to withdraw any course listed at any time.

Download as PDF

  Profile

Alisha Dobson

A photo of Alisha Dobson

I was very nervous and excited to start college. I was living in Looe and nobody that I knew from my school was going to do the course that I was going to do, so yeah, I had first day feels, but it was great. I made friends really quickly and like everyone says it goes really fast, so enjoy it. I loved my hairdressing course and getting really hands on. Before I started college I spent the summer in a salon, just as an assistant, soaking everything up and watching lots. I also practiced things on my friends and family, even if it was just blow drying. I have very curly hair so I really enjoyed trying new things out on my own hair too. There are so many options with hairdressing, it’s really limitless.

I now have my own salon in South London called Bleach. I also do a lot of freelance work, which I have been doing for about 10 years now working in TV, music videos, touring with musicians and artists on their tours, lots of live TV and photo shoots and things like that. I have also been able to travel, all things I never even imagined I would be able to do, so your possibilities are endless.

If the freelance side of things is what you would like to get into be very well rounded. I think it’s played well for me that I can do everything from cutting, colouring and extensions down to perming and shampoo and sets. When I was at college I was like; “oh another perm!”, but all of those things really shape everything that you end up being able to do. They give you so many skills that you might think at the time you’re not going to need but you really will want them! Practice as much as possible and play around, your friends will get tired of having their hair done.

  Related News

Star students celebrated at dazzling awards ceremony

Star students celebrated at dazzling awards ceremony

8th July 2021


The region’s largest college group has honoured the achievements of its top students with a dazzling award ceremony at the world famous Eden Project.

Read article

Future careers take centre stage at virtual college open day   

Future careers take centre stage at virtual college open day   

13th May 2021


People of all ages are being invited to experience everything a leading south west college group has to offer at a virtual event later this month.  

Read article

Future careers take centre stage at virtual college open day

Future careers take centre stage at virtual college open day

30th April 2021


People of all ages are being invited to experience everything a leading south west college group has to offer at a virtual event next month.

Read article

£1.5bn college investment fund to help boost Cornish town

£1.5bn college investment fund to help boost Cornish town

8th April 2021


Cornwall College St Austell has today been named as one of just 16 colleges in England to receive a share of £1.5 billion in the next phase of the government’s further education capital transformation fund.

Read article

Local student nails new business during lockdown

Local student nails new business during lockdown

2nd May 2020


A St Austell student has seen the opportunity to use her skills to create a business during lockdown.

Read article

  Similar Courses

Sports Massage Level 4

Level 4 • Part-time • Cornwall College Camborne


The VTCT level 4 certificate in Sports Massage Therapy will prepare you for a career as a sports massage practitioner working with injured clients. The elements that make up the course include detailed subjective and objective assessment to differentially diagnose the injury the client may be suffering from. You will learn advanced massage techniques to prevent and manage injury and different treatment modalities and exercises used to support the rehabilitation process. Once you have learnt the fundamentals from our industry experienced lecturers you will put theory into practice when we open our sports therapy clinic to members of the public. This will give you the opportunity to expand your experience of working with different injuries to enhance your learning. This qualification is recognised by the UK’s leading professional body the Sports Massage Association. We set you up to be ready to affiliate with the professional body by supporting you gain 50 hours of professional practice both during your lesson time and working on clients in your own time.

View course

Beauty Therapy

Level 3 • Full-time • Cornwall College Camborne


A progression route for Level 2 Beauty Therapists wanting to gain employment within the beauty industry. This course is aimed at learners wishing to further their existing beauty skills in advanced techniques. Not only will you develop existing skills but you will also train in the more specialist areas such as electrotherapy and microdermabrasion. You will be expected to attend College for two/three days a week and will be required to work to high professional standards. You will train in one of our industry standard salons, work in a realistic environment and use the latest equipment, machinery and products within the industry.

View course

Diploma in Aromatherapy

Level 3 • Part-time • Cornwall College Camborne


If you love promoting the health and wellbeing of others holistically, this is the course for you. This is a substantial vocational qualification that will prepare you for a career as an aromatherapist. This course encourages practical learning you will spend time in our treatment rooms working on clients, learning as you go and perfecting your skills in a supportive and knowledgeable environment. It will enable you to work in industry within a healthcare setting, for yourself, with in a spa, salon or wellbeing centre. This course is made up of four units: Principals and Practice of Complementary Therapies - The aim of this unit is to develop your knowledge and understanding of the history and influences on the complementary therapy sector Business Practice for Complementary Therapies - The aim of this unit is to develop your knowledge, understanding and practical skills in researching, planning, maintaining and marketing a business in the complementary therapy industry. You will also learn to communicate effectively with clients and colleagues. Anatomy and physiology for Complementary Therapies - The aim of this unit is to develop your knowledge and understanding of anatomy, physiology and pathology. Provide Aromatherapy for Complementary Therapies - The aim of this unit is to develop your knowledge, understanding and practical skills in carrying out aromatherapy treatments, using the techniques of blending essences and fixed carrier oils. As part of this unit you will learn in detail 19 carrier oils and 42 essential oils to enable you to develop bespoke treatment plans. These skills combined will give you the enthusiasm to work in a rapidly growing industry, for yourself or in a health care setting. During you time with us at college we will also hope to take you into industry so you can see and experience for yourself different career options.

View course

Cornwall College Array Hairdressing, Make-up, BeautyTherapy, Hairdresser, makeup2021