MST20616 - Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology
Foundation skills required for a career in the fashion industry are learnt in a boutique nurturing environment includes some but not limited to, sketching, colour pallets, sustainability, alterations, pattern modification, millinery, garment construction using specialised machinery for the fashion industry.
Students build their portfolio by following a client brief, working with sketches and specification sheets, develop mood boards, colour boards and fashion story boards for their portfolio and ready for pursuing a career in the fashion industry and or further study.
The mode of delivery is blended learning face to face, online some tutorials delivered by video conferencing, home sewing, study and research. Classes can be fast tracked by attending classes more frequently.
9 -12 months duration, (blended learning) face to face, online and homework.
There are 13 units in this qualification comprising 4 core and 9 elective units of competence.
Careers in the Textile and Manufacturing Industry
Suitable for individuals interested in starting their own business or as a machinist in a small studio. Assisting with alterations and repairs and working in retail in a fashion boutique, bridal or fabric shop, as a window dresser. These suggestions are only a few of the careers associated with the textile and manufacturing industry and with the plethora of new evolving technology, there are new industry careers being created all the time.
MST20616 – Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology
Outline of Modules
Module 1: Environmental Practice, Work Safely
- MSMENV272 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
- MSMWHS200 Work safely
Module 2: Explore Fibres, Fabrics and Colour
- MSTGN2011 Identify fibres, fabrics and textiles used in the TCF industry
- BSBDES301 Explore the use of colour
Module 3: Draw Pattern & Identify Design
- MSTML1001 Make a simple headpiece
- MSTCL2010 Modify patterns to create basic styles
- MSTCL2011 Draw and interpret a basic sketch
Module 4: Machines Used in Garment Manufacturing and Sewing Components
- MSTFD2006 Use a sewing machine for fashion designs
- MSTCL2005 Use specialised machinery to assist assembly production
- MSTCL2019 Sew components, complex tasks
Module 5: Garment Repairs, Product Quality & Standards
- MSTCL3015 Perform garment repairs and alterations
- MSS402051 Apply quality standards
- MSTGN2006 Perform test or inspection to check product quality
On completion of Certificate II you may gain straight RPL into Certificate III and complete two qualifications with a further 6 units.