“The small class sizes provide a great learning environment as our mentor is able to explain couture techniques in detail, one-on-one.”
Cecile Michel, Couture
The Certificate IV in Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising combines subjects Couture, Pattern Engineering for Apparel (PEA) and Computer Aided Design and Illustration (CAD 2). This course is suited to those who have prior skills in first year Pattern Making, Fashion Design and Computer Aided Design and Illustration (CAD 1). This course will enable you to develop further into advanced pattern making techniques and made-to-measure couture wear while extending and developing CAD skills to a higher level. Examples of relevant jobs include (but are not limited to) fashion designer, fashion graphic designer, couturier, pattern technician and production manager.
Certificate IV in Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising MST40516
Please contact reception to request a prospectus for more details information on each subject.
Assessment requires completion of all assignments, set tasks, projects, tests and presentations. In order to develop knowledge and skills to successfully complete the course, students are required to be punctual and encouraged to attend all classes.
Certificate III in Applied Fashion Design and Technology MST30816
Commencement of Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising (Design and Product Development Stream) MST50116 concluding in third year.
EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL
These are based on the average student, each individual will vary.
All classes are held at Melbourne Fashion Institute, Level 2, 156 George Street, Fitzroy, 3065.