Certificate III in Applied Fashion Design and Technology - MST30819

Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT)

Subjects you can Study:

Provide coaching/mentoring in the workplace; Estimate and cost job; Lay up and cut complicated fabrics and lays; Lay up, mark and cut uncomplicated fabrics and lays; Replicate traditional hand craft techniques; Draw and interpret a basic sketch; Evaluate the nature of design in a specific industry context; Prepare for personalised digital printing; Apply quality standards; Implement copyright arrangements; Sew woven and stretch knit garments; Use a sewing machine for fashion design; Identify fibres, fabrics and textiles used in the TCF industry; Perform minor maintenance; Design and produce a simple garment; Explore the use of colour; Maintain computerised embroidery machines; Operate computing technology in a TCF workplace; Manage digital files; Modify patterns to create basic styles; Identify fabric performance and handling requirements; Set and produce digital embroidery; Interpret product costs in terms of customer requirements; Use colour management systems; Demonstrate features of digitised embroidery machines; Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices; Produce and manage basic digital print; Perform test or inspection to check product quality; Apply dyeing techniques to produce Indigenous textile designs; Apply hooping and fabric handling techniques; Comply with regulatory, taxation and insurance requirements for the micro business; Draw a trade drawing for fashion design; Coordinate work of team or section; Use colour management for production; Explore and apply the creative design process to 2D forms; Work in the TCF industry; Identify design process for fashion designs; Work within an Indigenous cultural framework; Digitise artwork for computerised embroideries; Work safely; Develop patterns from a block using basic patternmaking principles; Apply cost factors to work practices; Preflight and import complex images for digital devices; Organise and plan own work to achieve planned outcomes; Despatch work; Manage the impact of change on own work; Set up and produce specialised digital print; Design and produce indigenous printed textiles to a brief; Set up, adjust and maintain industrial sewing machines; Determine resource requirements for the micro business; Use steaming and pressing equipment in TCF production; Make marker for complicated fabrics and lays; Market design product to local outlets; Produce embroidery from digitised images; Undertake root cause analysis; Assemble bra or swimwear; Prepare design concept for a simple garment; Generate a proof for digital production; Generate artwork for computerised embroideries; Apply advanced digitising techniques to produce computerised embroideries; Apply software applications to digital production; Organise and plan own work in a home-based production environment; Prepare and produce a complex whole garment from specifications; Perform garment repairs and alterations; Interpret patterns and apply pattern information; Digitise text to produce embroidered lettering; Apply printing techniques to produce Indigenous textile designs; Embellish garment by hand or machine; Work in a team environment; Use computer systems; Advise on products and services

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The Canberra Institute of Technology is a large multi-campus provider of a wide range of vocational education and training programs. CIT offers over 230 programs at different levels through five campuses across Canberra.

CIT Award programs are endorsed by industry and accredited by the CIT Advisory Council under delegation from the ACT Accreditation and Registration Council.

Studying at CIT is different from the school or university systems. Unlike universities, which offer a more general and theory-based education, CIT focuses on teaching the skills and knowledge for jobs. CIT aims to provide quality programs and services, relevant curricula and modern facilities.

CIT programs cater for full or part-time students as well as people in either full-time or part-time employment. Some courses can be studied online or at an individual pace via one of the flexible learning centres. CIT classes are small, the average size being 20 students.

Programs are run only if there are enough students and resources. Each program has its own entry requirements. Selection criteria and/or selection processes apply to many high demand programs.

CIT offers traineeship programs which are advertised in local newspapers. Fee Assistance, concessions and HELP loans are available for eligible programs where students meet the requirements.

Provider CRICOS: 00001K

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