SHORT COURSE

Introduction to Millinery

Description

This course will provide students with an overview of the art of millinery.

During the course, students will learn how to:
- produce simple hats
- identify the millinery materials used
- discover the tools required for blocking and shaping
- use steaming and pressing equipment used in millinery
- block and shape to produce hats from beginning to end

The aim of the 8-week Introduction to Millinery course is for students to be able to make the following hats (dependent upon the skill level of each student):
- a felt hat
- a straw hat
- headpiece mounted on a headband
- hat trims to compliment your hats

What to bring: a notepad and pen. Your instructor will use the first class to provide information on the materials used in Millinery, as well as a list of Millinery suppliers in South Australia, to assist you in purchasing your materials for the course.

For organisations that wish to pay the student fees for this course and are unable to pay by credit card via the website, please contact the Student Engagement & Onboarding team via email on SEOShortCourses@tafesa.edu.au to organise a Third Party Payment invoice.

  • Hat blocks, steaming, pressing equipment and sewing machines will be supplied by TAFE SA. Materials used to make the hats will be supplied by the students.

Short Course Delivery Locations Some short courses can provide accreditation for industry-specific registration, while others merely provide skills and knowledge in the subject area. Concession prices are available for some courses.

Start Date

Wed 15 Feb 23

End Date

Wed 5 Apr 23

Class Times
Wednesdays 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Duration
8 weeks x 2.5 hours
Student Visa (500)

Current VISA holders eligible

Note

Hat blocks, steaming and pressing equipment and sewing machines will be supplied by TAFE SA. Materials used to make the hats will need to be supplied by students.

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Cost

$420.00 GST inc

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