The Makeup and Skin Care (Introduction) (Level 3) programme is for employees who work in front line cosmetic counter or beauty industry sector roles.
The Makeup and Skin Care programme is a great way to add a qualification to your CV, show willingness to learn and help with career progression.
- Makeup and design theory
- Structure and function of the face and skin types and conditions
- Performing makeup and skincare services
- Interacting with clients
- Tools and equipment in makeup and skincare
- Selection and recommendation of cosmetics and toiletries
- Money matters and promotional activities in a makeup/skincare workplace
New Zealand Certificate in Makeup and Skin Care (Introduction)
To be eligible for the Makeup and Skin Care (Introduction) (Level 3) programme, you must:
- Be employed in a front line cosmetic counter or beauty industry sector role
- Have a qualified trainer in your workplace. The trainer must hold either:
- an equivalent qualification, e.g. Certificate in Makeup Artistry
- a higher qualification, e.g. New Zealand Certificate in Beauty Therapy (Level 4)
- or a recognised product supplier certificate and have a minimum of 2 year pharmacy or cosmetic counter work experience
The Makeup and Skin Care programme is a great way for staff in beauty clinics to gain knowledge and experience, as an introduction to the beauty industry before starting an apprenticeship.
This programme is also available for large employers who want to offer their staff a professional development opportunity in association with their HR department.
Qualification by Experience
If you have over two years of experience in providing makeup and skincare services, you may be eligible for the Makeup and Skin Care Qualification by Experience programme.
The Makeup and Skin Care QbyE programme takes 6 months to complete and costs $1,005 for a funded learner.