September Beauty Specialist Diploma

FX Makeup Academy are working alongside Youthreach this September and we are offering an ITEC and QQI qualification in Beauty and Business Studies. Become a fully qualified beauty therapist this September with FX Makeup Academy. If you meet the following entry requirements below you may be eligible to study this course 🙂

  • Education: is expected that the learner availing of this programme will come from diverse social, economic and/or cultural backgrounds. The learner may have an existing vocationally specific skill-set and seek re-skilling/up-skilling in order to re-enter the workforce. Many learners will have completed second level education. However if the learner has not achieved a previous formal qualification, it is expected that s/he will be able to demonstrate the levels of knowledge, skill and competence associated with the NFQ level 4 when accessing this programme. It is expected that the learner will be participating in this programme through an appropriate provision, for example, Post-Leaving Certificate (PLC), Community Education, BTEI, VTOS, etc. The learner may be progressing onto this programme from community education, Youthreach, second level education or other formal or informal learning. The learner may or may not have had a positive experience of education in the past but will have expressed an interest in learning new things and practicing new skills. It is expected that the learner will have a range of learning styles, strengths and needs related to the programme.
  • Aptitude: The learner will have the capacity to take responsibility for his/her own learning within the managed environment provided by Dublin and Dun Laoghaire ETB. In order for the learner to have a realistic chance of achieving the standard of a level 5 award, it is expected that the learner should be able to: • Proficiently read, draft, prepare and understand information across a broad range of topics, for example, in relation to a community concern or a work based plan or solution • Proficiently read, draft, prepare and understand quantitative information • Assume partial responsibility for consistency of self understanding and behaviour • Solve predictable problems, independently and as part of a familiar and less familiar group • Demonstrate a range of practical and cognitive skills and tools • Act with a considerable amount of responsibility and autonomy • Attend timetabled classes for the duration of the programme • Complete self directed hours of learning in the form of practice time, preparation, study time and reflection time, as appropriate • Participate in all programme related activities • Participate in work experience, as appropriate
  • Previous Experience: The learner who has either successfully completed a programme leading to a level 4 QQI Certificate OR can demonstrate the levels of knowledge, skill and competence associated with NFQ level 4 will be eligible to apply for entry to this programme.

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