P22291 Garment Technology Passport to Employment


1. Course details

Qualification name Certificate in Fashion and Textiles
Qualification level 2
Awarding organisation Skills and Education Group Awards
Course type Classroom based
Course hours PartTime
Course start date 07 September 2020
Cost £1,265.00
Cost description Tuition Fee 1265.00
Attendance pattern Daytime

2. Who this course is for

Level 2 : UAL Diploma in Fashion and Textiles (1 year course) Level 3: UAL Extended Diploma Fashion and Textiles (2 year course) Level 2: Passport to Employment - Industrial Garment Technology Are you ready to take your first steps towards an exciting career in the Fashion and Textiles industry? Do you have a keen interest in design and an excitement and passion for learning how to create? If so, this is the right course for you. During your course, you will learn a variety of skills to help you on your journey towards becoming either a fashion or textiles practitioner. Pattern cutting and drafting, surface design, print design, constructed textiles, design development, garment construction, fashion illustration, drawing, digital fashion using InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop and fashion photography are amongst the many useful skills you will acquire and develop on our fashion and textiles course. During your studies, you will carry out yourwork in our specialist textiles and fashion studios, industrial sewing machine studio, pattern cutting area, textiles studio, print studio, Mac suite that will enable you to develop a range of skills in fashion and textiles that will provide you with an excellent foundation in the fashion and textiles Industry. You will also learn how to present your completed course work in appropriate formats and develop a digital and creative portfolio and be supported for future progression to University, Employment or an apprenticeship after your course ends. Modules and Topics Fashion: Over the two year will be become proficient within garment design, pattern drafting and cutting, garment construction, technical construction and fashion photography all to a professional standard. Textiles: Explorative and experimental range of textile techniques, from knitting and weaving, embellishing to machine embroidery to surface print all of which are used to within your fashion designs, Drawing: observation techniques, m

3. Entry requirements

Entry Level Programme: Skills for Life & Work No formal qualifications are required for this course, although evidence of personal progression from previous education establishments would be beneficial. These courses are specifically designed for learners with a special educational need (SEND). Entry Level Programme: Skills & Employability English & maths GCSE Grades G-U / 1 or English & maths Functional Skills Entry Level 3 GCSE Re-sit Study Programme You will receive an offer of a place on the course subject to passing an English & maths assessment. Vocational Level 1 Programme English & maths GCSE Grades E-G/1- 2 or English & mathsFunctional SkillsEntry Level 3. Vocational Level 2 Programme Minimum of 4 GCSEs at grade D/3 including mathsand English or a vocational qualification Level 1, plus GCSE grade D/3 in both maths and English. English & maths Functional Skills Level 1 will be accepted as an alternative to GCSEs. Vocational Level 3 Programme Minimum of 4 GCSEs at grades A-C/4-9 (including mathsand English) or a vocational qualificationLevel 2, plus GCSE grade C/4 in both maths and English

4. What you'll learn

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5. How you'll learn

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6. What you'll need to bring

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7. How you'll be assessed

You will be continuously assessed to establish what you have learnt from each module and assignment. To ensure you are ready for a demanding and successful career in fashion and textiles industry, many of your assessments are in line with the industry standards and protocols. This means you may be asked to pitch your ideas, present planning documents that meet professional standards for your intended productions, create productions for specific target audiences, or work with an employer to create a solution and outcome for a project. With each project, you will be asked to produce a portfolio of evidence, which is also formally assessed by your tutors at various points throughout the year. While one to one tutorials will discuss your progress and set you new and stretching targets to ensure you are always aiming high and making good progress. Your final grade is established through your final major project, where you will use a selection of the skills and techniques that you have learnt, practised and developed on the course, and design & create a media product of your own choosing. This project is examined by external moderators and is exhibited for your peers and tutors to assess.

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9. Venue

Name OLDHAM COLLEGE
Address Rochdale Road
OLDHAM
Greater Manchester
OL9 6AA
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Email info@oldham.ac.uk
Phone 0161 785 4000
Website http://www.oldham.ac.uk

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