Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising - MST50119

Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT)

Subjects you can Study:

Prepare procedures and specifications for TCF operations; Assess impact of current fashion industry innovations and practices; Analyse individual fit and make pattern alterations; Conduct fashion design purchasing; Coordinate quality assurance for TCF products and services; Manipulate fabrics to create new finishes; Construct complex blocks for fashion garments; Apply quality standards; Research international markets; Identify fibres, fabrics and textiles used in the TCF industry; Interact and network with fashion industry participants; Operate computing technology in a TCF workplace; Design bras and swimwear; Develop and implement a business plan; Identify fabric performance and handling requirements; Conduct digital patternmaking and grading; Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices; Identify opportunities in the TCF market; Participate in production planning processes; Determine and specify advanced construction processes; Source materials and resources for production of TCF designs; Plan for international trade; Develop digital costing markers; Calculate cost estimates for TCF products; Provide global operations support; Apply design studio processes to meet client brief; Produce fashion illustrations to assist product visualisation; Interpret market trends and developments; Grade complex patterns; Work safely; Maintain WHS management system; Develop and present design concepts within specific guidelines; Cost production of fashion and textile designs; Analyse influences on contemporary fashion designs; Evaluate fashion designs against set criteria; Develop and test patterns for bras and swimwear; Produce and analyse spreadsheets; Develop patterns for complex fashion garments; Manage installation and commissioning of equipment and systems; Develop merchandising plans for fashion products; Perform contour draping; Work with international TCF supply chains; Analyse fit model; Develop marketing plans for fashion products; Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business; Apply design studio process; Cut fabrics for prototype designs; Implement copyright arrangements; Analyse TCF merchandising and marketing principles; Perform sample machining of advanced construction garments; Develop product specifications for fashion design; Undertake marketing activities; Apply principles of colour theory to fashion design development; Promote products and services; Create pattern from block to meet customer specifications; Set and produce digital embroidery; Assemble and fit commercially tailored or bespoke garments; Implement visual merchandising concepts; Create pattern to meet design specifications applying advanced patternmaking principles; Communicate and sell design concepts; Use and apply sizing systems appropriate for fashion design; Draw a trade drawing for fashion design; Plan e-marketing communications; Create and edit digital embroidery designs; Apply knowledge of legislation relevant to international trade to complete work; Drape fabrics to make patterns; Develop a social media engagement plan; Apply knowledge of import and export international conventions, laws and finance; Identify influences on contemporary fashion designs and construction techniques; Plan small business finances; Achieve visual merchandising targets; Use electronic fashion design tools; Develop patterns from a block using basic patternmaking principles; Conduct quality assurance for patterns and garments; Sew design prototypes; Assist in preparation of preliminary design concepts; Apply knowledge of the international trade environment to complete work; Apply an expanding range of mathematical calculations for work; Plan and style merchandise photo shoots; Use colourisation techniques on fabrics; Analyse consumer behaviour; Prepare and produce a complex whole garment from specifications; Interpret patterns and apply pattern information; Construct stock size block for garment to meet size and fit specifications; Grade 2-D patterns; Conduct market research; Apply TCF market supply systems; Develop visual merchandising creative concepts; Embellish garment by hand or machine

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