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If you’re a “people person”, love all things beauty related, and wish to specialise in the fascinating world of make up, you’d do well to obtain a qualification in this area of expertise by enrolling in one or all of our world-class academy’s international diplomas.
Advantages of an International Diploma in Make Up
Your Professional Accreditation
Once you’ve successfully completed each one of your full training programmes, you’ll sit for your nationally accredited Services SETA examinations. Immediately thereafter, you’ll have the prospect of writing exams to qualify for membership of the most important, widely recognised and well-respected international bodies and organisations in the make up and beauty fields.
This accreditation not only allows you to work in any country of your choice, but it also ensures that you’ll have opportunities aplenty, excellent earning potential and furthermore, gives you a distinct advantage over candidates or competitors who are not internationally accredited.
CIDESCO International (Zurich)
This organisation, founded long ago in 1946, is acknowledged in 33 countries and across 5 continents. Its aims continue to revolve around improving, enhancing and developing the proficiency and integrity of professional practitioners in the beauty, make up and artistry fields.
All CIDESCO members are constantly updated with the latest trends, techniques, standards and knowledge available throughout the world. The organisation also works towards fostering close liaisons between professional medical associations and make up artists/beauty therapists, who frequently work together.
City & Guilds (London)
City & Guilds holds the top position as the world’s most esteemed and largest international awarding organisation, with an enormous selection of beauty, skincare and health qualifications under their umbrella. In many areas, one is not thought of as “properly” qualified without a City & Guilds Diploma.
Qualifications issued by the ITEC open doors all over the world for its holders, since this body is recognised in more than 38 countries. The organisation sets the essential knowledge and training benchmark standards for the make up, beauty and allied therapy disciplines.
Ensure that your Academy is Accredited Too
Regardless of how hard you work and study, the quality of your education depends largely on what your academy offers and the standard and content of its courses, as well as the knowledge, expertise and standards of the teachers and lecturers.
As the only nationally and internationally fully-accredited make up design school and special effects artistry college in Africa, we’re the obvious first choice of institutions at which to study and qualify for an acknowledged, widely accepted, relevant diploma.