City & Guilds in Fashion Level 1 (blended)
Endeavour Learning and Skills Centre
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To provide the learner with the practical skills and knowledge needed to understand how simple design ideas are created using materials for colour, line and texture, and enable learners to experiment with a range of techniques and materials used in fashion.
This course is suitable for learners with prior knowledge and practical experience of the subject who wish to further develop their skills and understanding and gain a qualification.
It is appropriate for learners with an ability to competently use the sewing machine to create sewn techniques.
How to apply
For information on how to apply, please call The Endeavour Centre on 01482 615 349
Unit 101 Exploring design ideas
Unit 102 Sampling fashion techniques
This blended course comprising of some classroom based workshop-style learning with some online content will enable you to develop your knowledge and practical skills.
You will learn to research and document how to work safely and effectively in a design and manufacturing environment, using a sewing tools, equipment and design materials in line with current regulations.
Your design skills will be developed by through exploration and experimentation using a range of materials, mediums and techniques. You will create, evaluate and record your design work
You will produce a range of machine sewn fashion samples such as seams, tucks, facings, pleats, pockets, experimenting with materials and techniques to explore colour, line and texture.
You will create folios or similar within which to present your written work, research, design work, sewn samples of techniques.
You will observe regular tutor demonstration of sewing techniques.
City & Guilds Level 1 Award in Fashion
Specific outcomes must be achieved to gain the qualification.
Assessment of learning is measured through methods such as: product inspection, observation, discussion and feedback, written work.
Where can it lead?
After this course you may wish to continue with the next units in order to gain a full Level 1 qualification in Fashion.
Further progression may be a Level 2 and 3 course, and on to a degree course in Fashion/Textiles
We also offer a range of other courses in the practical arts which can assist you in discovering something for yourself that can develop your own skills and interests.
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