Certificate III in Applied Fashion Design and Technology - MST30819

Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT)

Type of institution: TAFE Institute
Level: Pre-degree
CRICOS: 00001K


  • 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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