BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Production Arts (Make Up) at The Creative & Media Studio School at Netherhall Learning Campus
This qualification is equivalent to an A Level.
BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Production Arts allows students to develop the core specialist knowledge, understanding and skills in production arts, required by the sector. The qualification provides learners with an element of sector specialism as part of their wider programme by developing a primary core of knowledge in the sector through distinctive mandatory content in each pathway. It also offers some opportunity for learners to focus their study on the aspects that will be of greatest value to them through a limited choice of optional units related to each pathway, such as production arts planning, mask making or scenic painting.
By studying a BTEC National, students develop knowledge, understanding and skills required by the sector, including essential employability skills, and apply them in real work contexts. Learners can operate at a standard that can reasonably be expected of an 18 year old in fulltime education.
(6 units: 2 mandatory, 4 specialist make up)
Edexcel BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Production Arts (QCF)
Mandatory units Credit Levels
Unit 2: Production Arts Workshop
Unit 93: Make-up Application Skills and Creative uses in Performance.
Optional units (Make Up Specialist)
Unit 6: Production Arts Planning
Unit 86: Mask Making in the Performing Arts
Unit 87: Puppet Design
Unit 92: Make up for performers
Unit 94: Full Body Make-up for performers
Unit 95: Special Effects Make-up
Unit 96: Make-up Using Prosthetics
Unit 97: Period Make-up for Performing Arts
Unit 98: Fantasy Hair Design for Performers
Unit 99: Period Hair Design and Wig Making for Performers
Unit 100: Hairstyling and Dressing for Performers
Unit 99: Period Hair design and Wig Making for Performers
Unit 100: Hairstyling and Dressing for Performers.
Students applying for the Level 3 BTEC in Production Arts should achieve at the very least a Level 4 in English Language, Maths and 3 other GCSE subjects. Students invited for interview will be asked to prepare a portfolio along with a written task set by the CMSS. This work will be assessed by the subject specialist as part of the interview process and will contribute to the decision of an offer being made. .
In a variety of ways including:
- Completion of live briefs
- Group and individual presentations
- Practical Assessments
- Creation of a portfolio
You can get financial support to help you with your chosen College courses if you’re aged 16-19 and fit certain criteria.
Vulnerable Student Bursary
This is a bursary worth up to £1200, depending on your circumstances and benefits. You must be:
- Under 19 at the start of the academic year you want a bursary for
- Studying at a School or College, or an unpaid training course
AND at least 1 of the following applies:
- You’re in, or recently have left, Local Authority case
- You get Income Support of Universal Credit in your name
- You’re disabled and get both Employment and Support Allowance (ESA), and either Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or Personal Independence Payment (PIP in your name.
If you’re a parent, you will also need to be living away from your own parents to qualify. You will get the full amount if you have expenses and study full-time on a course of at least 30 weeks.
All applications will be treated with complete confidence.
Discretionary Bursary Fund
The Creative and Media Studio School also has a Discretionary Bursary Fund. The criteria for this fund is set by ourselves.
How can this help me?
This fund is for Students who are facing genuine financial barriers to participating in education. Its aim is to help with essentials and is not a cash payment, but a payment in kind for particular items needed. Typical ways this fund has been used by the Studio School includes
- Bus passes to and from College, where the distance travelled justifies this
- Specialist course equipment
- Costs incurred for placements and business engagement opportunities
- Transports and fees for course events/trips/university visits
- Transports and fees for enrichment events offered, or arranged, by the Studio School which could benefit the student’s progression routes
As a Studio School we have a duty to ensure all funds are awarded fairly to students most in need, therefore, all applications cannot be guaranteed. We ask that all students are:
- Are under 19 years at the start of the year the bursary is needed for
- Have at least 90 % attendance
- Are meeting expectations for good behaviour and progress
- Are in receipt of Free School Meals
Students who received Free School Meals do not automatically receive them at Post 16. Applications to the Local Authority must be made by the parents. We urge parents to make an application for FSM if this was the case at High School OR if your family circumstances have changed recently. To apply for FSM, please contact Kirklees Local Authority on 01484 221928, stating that your child is on roll at the Creative and Media Studio School at Netherhall Learning Campus and you would like to discuss FSM with the relevant department.
How to apply:
Application Forms to the Discretionary Bursary Fund can be collected from Angela Shufflebottom or the main NLC School Admin Office. Please fill in the form, ensuring you:
- Meet the above eligibility criteria
- Complete the application form answering all the questions in full – don’t forget to sign it
- Attach the evidence as indicated on the application form (original evidence is required which will be photocopied and returned to you)
Ask your child to hand in the application form, with evidence, to Angela Shufflebottom or myself at the Studio School main office.
Notice for Parents: The Studio School provides students with their starter packs; however the course does require the ongoing purchasing of cosmetics. We do offer a bursary fund to support students on free school meals and for students experiencing unexpected hardship. Please speak to the course tutor
BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Production Arts (360 GLH) helps students to become occupationally ready to take up employment in the performing arts sector at the appropriate level. This can follow either directly after achieving the qualification, or via the stepping stone of Higher Education (HE) in university or college.
The Creative and Media Studio School also works closely with the creative industries work placements.
Contact the Studio School, tel: 01484 221892 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“New Specifications will be released for September 2018”
Please note: Whilst the C&MSS will do all we can to accommodate your course preferences, we have to ensure the course numbers are viable. Should a course not run due to low numbers in this option, we will inform you at the earliest opportunity. This is usually before the end of your GCSES so you have plenty time to reconsider your options.
How to apply
You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.