SCHOOLS SHORT COURSE

Certificate III in Applied Fashion Design and Technology (MST30816)

Description

This qualification aims to give students an introductory overview of fashion design and garment construction. This course is a pathway to the Bachelor of Creative Arts (Fashion) - the new Flinders University and TAFE SA course - or the Advanced Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising (MST60116).

To complete the qualification you are required to complete all 4 core units and 15 elective units.

Course Details

Choosing a TAFE SA course for school students is a great way to get a vocational qualification while you’re still in high school. You may also gain valuable credits towards your SACE Certificate, an apprenticeship, or a diploma or university.

TAFE SA Courses for School students gives you a taste of what higher education is all about, makes you work-ready, and helps you build practical skills in an adult-learning environment.

Location

TAFE SA Adelaide campus

Course Dates

12 February 2021 to 11 November 2022.

Duration

21  Months, Part Time

Training Format

Fees

$ 6000
$1,500 per semester over 4 semesters (2 years). Materials kit $100.

Other Details

One day per week, six hours per day. Fridays, 9:00am – 3.30pm. Full qualification is delivered over 2 (two) years and includes Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design. Students will be required to purchase a materials kit (approximate cost $100).

  • Accredited Unit Name

    National Code

    Nominal Hours

    Apply quality standards

    MSS402051

    30

    Draw and interpret a basic sketch

    MSTCL2011

    30

    Modify patterns to create basic styles

    MSTCL2010

    50

    Perform minor maintenance

    MSTGN2005

    30

    Sew components, complex tasks

    MSTCL2019

    70

    Use a sewing machine for fashion design

    MSTFD2006

    80

    Embellish garment by hand or machine

    MSTCL3007

    40

    Interpret patterns and apply pattern information

    MSTCL3013

    30

    Identify design process for fashion designs

    MSTFD2005

    40

    Identify fibres, fabrics and textiles used in the TCF industry

    MSTGN2011

    80

    Work in the TCF industry

    MSTGN2003

    40

    Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices

    MSMENV272

    30

    Work safely

    MSMWHS200

    30

    Design and produce a simple garment

    MSTFD2001

    80

    Market design product to local outlets

    MSTFD3001

    30

    Prepare and produce a complex whole garment from specifications

    MSTCL3002

    60

    Prepare design concept for a simple garment

    MSTFD3003

    80

    Sew woven and stretch knit garments

    MSTCL3010

    40

    Use steaming and pressing equipment in TCF production

    MSTGN2001

    20

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