Menswear for a Personal Wardrobe



FASHION DESIGN SHORT COURSES | SYDNEY

Menswear for a Personal Wardrobe – Pattern Making and Garment Construction

The recommended course may include:

  • Sewing machine and overlocking operation and skills.
  • Pattern making and construction of a T-shirt block and sleeve.
  • Stretch sewing skills including a faced neckline, application of ribbed edge finishes, v-necklines, plackets and cover- stitch hems.
  • Variations made with the T-shirt block including a jumper or sweat shirt.
  • Pattern making and constructions of blocks for boxer shorts, elastic waist pants and track suits.
  • Pattern making and construction of the Casual shirt block including collars, sleeves, pockets, button fastenings and sleeve plackets.
  • Pattern making and construction of a business shirt block including difference collar styles.
  • Pattern making and construction of trousers or jeans including sample waist bands, zips and pocket styles.

Learning is self-paced however a student attending full-time for two terms could reasonably expect to cover the entire program.

Attendance full-time

The courses run over four terms a year each of 11 weeks. During the term, full-time students attend three days per week for 7 tuition hours a day from 8.30am to 4pm. A short course program may extend over a number of terms depending on the short course content.

Attendance part-time

Part-time students may attend for 3.5, 7, 10.5, 14 or 17.5 hours per week during the term. They may attend the course on a weekday, in the evening or on a Saturday. A short course program may extend over a number of terms depending on the course content and student attendance pattern.

Study method

Students are taught individually or in small groups in a face-to-face environment equipped with specialised pattern making and computerised equipment. Students are allowed the flexibility of study at their own pace and will be offered extra and more specialised tuition in areas they find difficult. Students will receive advice on their progress at the end of each term.

Intake

Enrolments are currently being taken for 2017.

Term 1 – 30 January to 15 April 2017

Term 2 – 18 April to 1 July 2017

Term 3 – 17 July to 30 September 2017

Term 4 – 3 October to 16 December 2017

Mid term enrolments may be available. Please contact the college for further information.

Classes Held

Day – Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday

Evening – Wednesday, Thursday

STUDENT TESTIMONIALS

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