Certificate in Apparel + Fashion Technology - Patternmaking
Broaden your understanding of the terminology and techniques used in fashion garment production and gain New Zealand qualifications. Extend your fabric knowledge and learn basic computer tasks for garment production, and continue your journey into the realm of commercial fashion design. Study body measurement, create blocks for men, women, and children, and learn to make, adapt, test-fit, and grade a range of patterns for outerwear garments.
This programme will broaden your understanding of the terminology and techniques used in fashion garment production.
You will gain New Zealand qualifications, extend fabric knowledge, and learn computer tasks for garment production whilst continuing your journey into the realm of commercial fashion design.
Minimum Age: Students must turn 18 within their first year of study at Whitecliffe
IELTS Academic score of 5.5 with no band less than 5.0 or equivalent
Students must have completed 10 years of schooling and achievement equivalent to the NCEA Level 2 qualification
Students must have completed the Level 3 Certificate in Apparel and Fashion Technology qualification or be able to demonstrate:
Equivalent industry experience
Workplace communication skills
A competent level of literacy and numeracy
An entry exam may be required to test the applicant's literacy, numeracy, pattern recognition, garment construction, sequencing, and sewing skills