Apprenticeship Programme

Apprenticeship Programme

The Course is designed to ensure individuals have deep knowledge of Garment Construction (Sewing skills and Techniques) and also get introduced to the use of Pattern Making Method in Apparel making.

 

Also, to give those who cannot afford to enroll on the full programme the opportunity to learn and learn right

 

This program, which is designed to address the need for better trained machinists /Stitchers and help young people who have passion for Fashion the transition from school to the work world, can also serve as a good source of labor to Garment Factories / Design Houses and Fashion Designers.

 

This will also ensure that such individuals who are employable by designers as Machinists/ Stitchers are in turn paid the worth for their skills

 

The total duration for the Programme is 12 Months; 6 Months learning period, 6 Months Internship Period.

 

A well-structured Course Outline and Time-Table will be followed, and a copy given to All Participants

 

Certificate of Completion will be awarded at the end of the Course.

 

WHO CAN ENROL

  • Anyone who wants to start a career in Fashion Design
  • Anyone who wants to learn the Art of Dressmaking; Be Able to Take

Accurate Measurements; Be able to Read and Or Draft Patterns  Accurately; and Be Able to Sew Professionally (Sewing Techniques)

  • Anyone who wants to learn the “Real” Patternmaking Method of

Creating garments

  • Anyone who sews but wants to learn the Pattern-making Method and

upgrade their Skills

  • One who is focused, passionate, committed, dedicated and determined

to succeed.

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Basic understanding of Mathematics (Arithmetic) is required.
  • Punctuality: Participants MUST be fully committed during the

period of the Course. Lateness will not be tolerated

  • Participants are required to provide their tools
  • Participants must provide two (2) passport photographs

 

FEES

Registration Form: #5,000

Course: #100,000

 

DATES

Start Date: 10th September 2018

 

LECTURE DAYS AND TIME

Thursday and Friday: 10am – 4pm

Saturday: 10am – 2pm

 

REGISTRATION IS ON NOW AND CLOSES 3rd September 2018.

 

WHAT YOU WOULD HAVE ACHIEVED AT THE END OF THE COURSE

  • Participants would have learnt the skills and Techniques needed in

sewing professionally, to make them employable or even start their personal sewing business.

  • Participants will be able to Draft the 5 Basic Slopers in Pattern-making (Front

Skirt, Back Skirt, Front Bodice, Back Bodice and Straight Sleeve)

  • Participants would have understood the Principles in creating different types of

skirt and be able to do various manipulations and Designs.

  • Participants will also be able to draft the Basic Dress Blocks (Front and Back)

and be able to sew professionally.

  • Participants will be able to do various Fabric Manipulation which can used to

create different design in garment making

  • Participants will be able to think logically and creatively

 

COURSE OUTLINE

  1. Learning about Machine - Types; Use,
    1. Introduction to Sewing Tools
  2. Working with Machine Templates (about 10 Templates)
  3. Hand and Machine Stitches
  4. Garment Construction - (Sewing Skills and Techniques)
    1. Seams, Darts, Zippers, Seam Allowances Ease
    2. Finishing with Lining
    3. Finishing with Facing
    4. Hon-Kong Finishing (where applicable)
    5. Band - Shaped and Straight
    6. Interfacing - Types and how to use
    7. Introduction to Machine Foot
    8. Needle - Types and Functions
  5. Introduction to Basic Skirt (Long)Blocks (3 Foundations)
    1. Straight
    2. Shaped-Straight
    3. A - Line
    4. Introduction to Pattern-making Tools
    5. Terms and Abbreviations
    6. CB Lengthening (Why and How)
    7. Manipulating Back Dart
    8. Grain Lines
    9. Layout - How to place Patterns on Fabrics
  6. Skirt Variations -
    1. Pencil - Short
    2. A-line (Dart Transfer)
    3. Panel (With and without Yoke)
    4. Flare - (Slash & Spread Method

     Trumpet Skirt (No Knee Seam)

  1. Circle Methods
  2. Gore
  3. Godet
  4. Pleats and Gathers
  5. Tier
  6. Introduction to Asymmetric Design
  1. Introduction to Basic Bodice Blocks Only
    1. Back and Front Blocks
    2. Waist Shaping
  2. Introduction to Basic Sleeve Block
    1. Straight Sleeve Block
  3. Introduction to Dress Foundation
    1. Basic Dress