Diploma of Screen & Media in Specialist Makeup – consist of on-campus face to face classes covering assessments in theoretical and practical elements, students are required to complete 800 hours on face to face training, 200 hours of practical work experience off campus, as well as 200 hours of research and practical assessments totaling 1200 hours of training.
Photo shoots and portfolio creation are also important aspects developed throughout the courses. Students may also have the opportunity for field excursions, visiting Photographic studio’s, Television stations or work alongside the NSW Police, Fire and Ambulance creating SPFX injury simulation, the victims and patients for new and upcoming officers gaining their own field experience. Recently we were at Kingsford Smith Airport Sydney creating Air crash explosion victims.
We also have relevant and special guest lectures come in during the year these Industry Professional give students their own personal experience on the job. Assisting on The X Factor and Australia’s Next Top Model.
Assessment methods include daily observation, skill competency, written and practical exams, group collaboration tasks, and research tasks. In addition, attendance is taken into account with student’s final results.