Certificate IV in Clothing Production
Wodonga Institute of TAFE
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No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Textiles, Clothing and Footwear Training Package. It is for people who want to acquire a range of technical and theoretical skills needed to work in a production oriented environment within the clothing and fashion industry.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Computer, personal computer applied; Materials; TCF industry overview; TCF work placement; Principles of pattern making; Garment assembly operations; CAD apparel introduction; Introduction to product research & development. Electives: Plan a series of training sessions; Deliver training sessions; Train small groups; Conduct assessment; Organise & plan own work - outworkers; Sew garments; Cut work; Press work; Make marker; Organise & plan own work; Address customer requirements; Control production; Preliminary design concepts; Assist with design development; Block & pattern modification; Grade patterns; Custom garment cutting; Garment maintenance & repair; Custom garment making; plus more.
About Wodonga Institute of TAFEWodonga TAFE was recently named Victorian Large Training Provider of the Year and was a finalist at the Australian Training Awards.
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Provider CRICOS: 01961J RTO code: 3097
Certificate IVCourse code: LMT40307
- Full-time internal = 1 year
Five elective modules
No minimum education
Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology
Life after Study
Clothing and soft furnishing production workers are involved in all stages of production, from marking and cutting the fabric through to finishing the item.
Clothing patternmakers produce master patterns from designs. They work closely with designers, interpreting their sketches to develop a style that can be achieved by the company's equipment and staff, and that fits the image of the company's label.