Comments about Certificate IV in Applied Fashion Design and Technology - On Campus - Bendigo - Victoria
This course will offer you a broad range of basic training and skills required to work in the fashion industry.
You must have one of the following prerequisites: * satisfactorily completed year 12 (or an approved equivalent course) or * be currently working in the clothing and fashion industry. If you have completed the Certificate III in Concept Development for Clothing Products or are mature age you may also apply. All applicants must apply through VTAC at the VTAC website. Other Entry Requirements All applicants are required to attend an interview where you will need to submit a folio of your own work and undertake a series of assessment tasks. The folio must include a range of garments or related items which demonstrate your garment construction ability. The assessment tasks will include: drawing, sewing, literacy and numeracy tasks. Applicants will also be expected to complete a questionaire.
Certificate IV in Applied Fashion Design and Technology
* Garment construction
* Fibres and fabrics
• Bendigo (City Campus)
• Individual Interview
• Skills Test
• Assessment of Folio
• Assessment of Work Examples
• Assessment of Application (VTAC)
Up Coming Courses
Campus Start Date End Date Attendance Mode
City Campus 05.02.2008 28.11.2008 Full Time
City Campus 01.02.2008 28.11.2008 Full Time
City Campus 01.02.2008 28.11.2008 Part Time
At the completion of this certificate, you will have the skills to gain employment as an assistant designer, production assistant, dressmaker or machinist in a large or small clothing or fashion business.
Further Study Options
On successful completion of Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology, you may enrol in the Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology.
Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology :: LMT50306
You will be assessed as part of this course.
Completion of 7 core units (below) plus at least 14 elective units.
Typical Course Content (exact details may be obtained from the teaching centre)
LMTCL2003A Identify fibres and fabrics
LMTCL2011A Draw and interpret a basic sketch
LMTCL3001A Identify fabric performance and handling requirements
LMTFD2005A Identify design process for fashion designs
LMTFD4001A Apply design studio process
LMTFD4006A Interact and network with fashion industry participants
LMTGN2001A Follow defined OH&S policies and procedures
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.