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"Make-Up Artistry" for S/NVQ Level 3 Beauty Therapy: Qualification Mapping

"Make-Up Artistry" for S/NVQ Level 3 Beauty Therapy: Qualification Mapping

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See what you can do with "Make-Up Artistry" for S/NVQ Level 3 Beauty Therapy, approved by the Federation for Holistic Therapists.
See what you can do with "Make-Up Artistry" for S/NVQ Level 3 Beauty Therapy, approved by the Federation for Holistic Therapists.

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Published by: Pearson Schools and FE Colleges on Nov 04, 2011
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Qualification Mapping
Habia level 3 make-up specialist route
UnitRefer to Chapter(s)
G1.12G1.22G1 Knowledge and UnderstandingHealth and safety legislation and workplace policies2Risks to health and safety2, 3G6.16, 17G6.26, 17G6.36, 17G6 Knowledge and UnderstandingWorkplace and legal requirements2, 3, 6 & 17Client rights3, 6Products and services6, 17Communication3, 6, 17G11.16, 17G11.26 ,17G11 Knowledge and UnderstandingWorkplace procedures and legal requirements2, 3, 6, 17Resource use, monitoring and recording6, 17Communication3, 6, 17Work and time management6, 17Productivity and development targets 17BT26.1 3, 9BT26.29BT26.32, 9BT26.42, 9BT26.59BT26 Knowledge and UnderstandingOrganisational and legal requirements2, 3, 9Client consultation3, 9Preparation for camouflage application9Anatomy and physiology4, 9Contra-indications2, 9Products9Camouflage application2, 5, 7, 9BT27.15, 6, 8BT27.22, 3, 6, 8BT27.36, 8BT27 Knowledge and UnderstandingHealth and safety2Planning6, 8Problem solving6, 8Designing and developing images5, 6, 8Evaluation8Communication3BT32.12, 3, 4, 6BT32 Knowledge and UnderstandingPreparation to change performersappearance2, 3, 6BT33.16BT33 Knowledge and UnderstandingAssist with the continuity of performersappearance6BT34.12, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14BT34 Knowledge and UnderstandingApplying make-up to change performersappearance2, 3, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 16BT35.12, 3,10, 14BT35 Knowledge and UnderstandingApply special effects 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 16
 
Habia advanced practice units
UnitRefer to Chapter(s)
G1.12G1.22G1 Knowledge and UnderstandingHealth and safety legislation and workplace policies2Risks to health and safety2, 3G14.16, 17G14.26, 17G14.36, 17G14 Knowledge and UnderstandingProcedures and legal requirements2, 17Resource use6, 17Communication3, 6Productivity and development17G15.13G15.23G15.33G15 Knowledge and UnderstandingLegislation, policy and good practice3, 17Client expectations and needs3Services3, 6Research6, 17BT40.19BT40.22, 9, 17BT40.32, 9BT40.42, 9BT40.59BT40 Knowledge and UnderstandingClient consultation3, 9Preparation for camouflage application9Contra-indications2, 9Products9Camouflage application 9specific knowledgePsychology9
 ITEC Fashion, theatrical and media make-up diploma
Unit 10 Make-upRefer to Chapter(s)
Skin types and conditions4, 7Preparing the skin (cleansing and toning and moisturising)7Consulting and communicating3Contra-indications2Selecting and applying make-up8Lighting6Skin tones5, 8Face shapes8Eye shapes8Lip shapes8Colour correcting creams8Concealing flaws8Contouring (shading and highlighting)8Sterilization and sanitisation8Time Limits6Records6, 8Cosmetic science8
 
Unit 41 Fashion, Theatre and Media Make-upRefer to Chapter(s)Unit 41.1
Bones of the face and cranium4Bones and face shapes4, 8Facial muscles4Structure of the skin (including melanocytes / functions of skin / acid mantle)4Skin types7Skin diseases and disorders (including skin cancers)4The ageing process4, 14
Unit 41.2
Lighting6Colour theory5Design work5Working as a make-up artist2, 6, 7, 8Fashion and TV / film make-up applications2, 7, 8, 10Application of false lashes2, 7Application of make-up for different occasions8, 11Historical make-up and hairstyling14, 12, 13, 15Theatrical and character make-up6, 14
Unit 42 Special Effects
Professionalism2, 3, 6, 10Casualty effects10Bald caps10False hair10Wax, putty blocking out eyebrows and altering features10Temporary tattoos11, 16Ageing (including latex ageing)14Application of ready made prosthetics10Make-up removal10, 14, 16
Unit 22Refer to Chapter(s)Unit 22.1 Professional Conduct
Professionalism2, 3, 6Working relationships3Building rapport with medical professions2, 9Contra-indications2Impact of advertising and legislations17Professional Indemnity Insurance6, 17Client confidentiality3, 6Need for consent2, 3, 9First Aid (first aid box / accident book / recovery position)2Emergency fire procedures (evacuation / fire fighting equipment / calling for assistance)2Electrical safety and checks2Hygiene / infection 2Sterilization / sanitisation2Waste disposal2Consultations3Client care3Client records2, 3, 6Communication (negative behaviour / questioning techniques / body language)3Completing treatments in commercially acceptable times3, 6Ethics3CPD (continuing professional development)6, 17

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