Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology (MST20616)
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Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology is a nationally recognised certificate. This qualification aims to give students an introductory overview of fashion design that connects to the world of work, further vocational education and training within the textiles, clothing, manufacturing and design environments.
Unit of Competency – core units
|MSTCL2011||Draw and interpret a basic sketch||25|
|MSS402051||Apply quality standards||30|
|MSMENV272||Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices||20|
|MSTCL2019||Sew components, complex tasks||65|
|MSTCL2010||Modify patterns to create basic styles||50|
|MSTFD2001||Design and produce a simple garment||60|
|MSTFD2005||Identify design process for fashion designs||30|
|MSTFD2006||Use a sewing machine for fashion design||70|
|MSTCL1001||Produce a simple garment||40|
|MSTGN2011||Identify fibres, fabrics & textiles used in the TCF industry||70|
|MSTCL2008||Finish garment production||20|
|MSTCL2002||Provide hand sewing and finishing support||20|
These hours are nominal and do not reflect actual hours of required study by a student. The certificate is attainable over two years of study and is equivalent to one subject selection in Year 11 and one in Year 12.
- Possible occupations include those within the fashion design and garment manufacturing industry, retail and marketing, along with costume design in the entertainment industry through WAAPA.
- Your Certificate and/or Statement of Attainment for successfully completed units will be recognised by any Polytechnic College or other Registered Training Organisation nationally.
- A fee is charged for resources and consumables. The fee for 2020 is set at $72. This fee may be subject to change.
- Link to training.gov.au Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology can be found HERE.
It’s a good break from ATAR courses but still highly structured. It’s also perfect if you are interested in the fashion industry or costume design for the movies. You do need to be open to learning new things, as it is different to any other subject I have done; more hands on and skills based rather than theory based and enables us to use the creative side of our brains.
Certificate II in Applied Fashion Design and Technology