Certificate III in Applied Fashion Design and Technology

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MST30816
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Government-subsidised training
Recognition
Meets the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
Entry requirements
No minimum education
Units in this course
Fee range
$5,220 - $10,836 (full fee)
$3,263 - $5,100
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About pre-apprenticeship courses

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About recognition

The courses shown on the Victorian Skills Gateway website are regulated qualifications under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), or short training programs made up of units of competency from regulated qualifications.

Units
Unit code
Unit title
Unit type
MSMENV272
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
Core
MSMWHS200
Work safely
Core
MSS402051
Apply quality standards
Core
MSTGN2011
Identify fibres, fabrics and textiles used in the TCF industry
Core
BSBDES202
Evaluate the nature of design in a specific industry context
Elective
BSBDES301
Explore the use of colour
Elective
BSBDES302
Explore and apply the creative design process to 2D forms
Elective
BSBSMB304
Determine resource requirements for the micro business
Elective
BSBSMB305
Comply with regulatory, taxation and insurance requirements for the micro business
Elective
CUACMP301
Implement copyright arrangements
Elective
ICPPRN282
Produce and manage basic digital print
Elective
ICPPRN284
Use colour management systems
Elective
ICPPRN383
Prepare for personalised digital printing
Elective
ICPPRN385
Apply software applications to digital production
Elective
ICPPRN387
Use colour management for production
Elective
ICPPRN388
Preflight and import complex images for digital devices
Elective
ICPPRN389
Manage digital files
Elective
ICPPRN390
Generate a proof for digital production
Elective
ICPPRN392
Set up and produce specialised digital print
Elective
ICPSUP281
Use computer systems
Elective
MSMSUP382
Provide coaching/mentoring in the workplace
Elective
MSS402010
Manage the impact of change on own work
Elective
MSS402030
Apply cost factors to work practices
Elective
MSS402031
Interpret product costs in terms of customer requirements
Elective
MSS402080
Undertake root cause analysis
Elective
MSTCL2001
Use a sewing machine
Elective
MSTCL2004
Sew components
Elective
MSTCL2007
Lay up, mark and cut uncomplicated fabrics and lays
Elective
MSTCL2009
Despatch work
Elective
MSTCL2010
Modify patterns to create basic styles
Elective
MSTCL2011
Draw and interpret a basic sketch
Elective
MSTCL2012
Organise and plan own work in a home-based production environment
Elective
MSTCL3001
Identify fabric performance and handling requirements
Elective
MSTCL3002
Prepare and produce a complex whole garment from specifications
Elective
MSTCL3003
Perform garment repairs and alterations
Elective
MSTCL3005
Lay up and cut complicated fabrics and lays
Elective
MSTCL3006
Assemble bra or swimwear
Elective
MSTCL3007
Embellish garment by hand or machine
Elective
MSTCL3008
Set and produce digital embroidery
Elective
MSTCL3009
Develop patterns from a block using basic patternmaking principles
Elective
MSTCL3010
Sew woven and stretch knit garments
Elective
MSTCL3012
Make marker for complicated fabrics and lays
Elective
MSTCL3013
Interpret patterns and apply pattern information
Elective
MSTDE3001
Apply hooping and fabric handling techniques
Elective
MSTDE3002
Digitise artwork for computerised embroideries
Elective
MSTDE3003
Apply advanced digitising techniques to produce computerised embroideries
Elective
MSTDE3004
Generate artwork for computerised embroideries
Elective
MSTDE3005
Replicate traditional hand craft techniques
Elective
MSTDE3006
Digitise text to produce embroidered lettering
Elective
MSTDE3007
Demonstrate features of digitised embroidery machines
Elective
MSTDE3008
Produce embroidery from digitised images
Elective
MSTDE3009
Maintain computerised embroidery machines
Elective
MSTFD2001
Design and produce a simple garment
Elective
MSTFD2002
Apply printing techniques to produce Indigenous textile designs
Elective
MSTFD2003
Apply dyeing techniques to produce Indigenous textile designs
Elective
MSTFD2004
Work within an Indigenous cultural framework
Elective
MSTFD2005
Identify design process for fashion designs
Elective
MSTFD2006
Use a sewing machine for fashion design
Elective
MSTFD3001
Market design product to local outlets
Elective
MSTFD3002
Design and produce indigenous printed textiles to a brief
Elective
MSTFD3003
Prepare design concept for a simple garment
Elective
MSTFD3004
Draw a trade drawing for fashion design
Elective
MSTGN2001
Use steaming and pressing equipment in TCF production
Elective
MSTGN2003
Work in the TCF industry
Elective
MSTGN2004
Work in a team environment
Elective
MSTGN2005
Perform minor maintenance
Elective
MSTGN2006
Perform test or inspection to check product quality
Elective
MSTGN2008
Coordinate work of team or section
Elective
MSTGN2009
Operate computing technology in a TCF workplace
Elective
MSTGN3002
Organise and plan own work to achieve planned outcomes
Elective
MSTGN3003
Estimate and cost job
Elective
MSTTX3003
Set up, adjust and maintain industrial sewing machines
Elective
SIRXPDK001
Advise on products and services
Elective
About the fee range
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The full fee range does not factor in any government subsidies.

The government-subsidised fee range marked with this symbol Government-subsidised training available factors in a Victorian Government subsidy.

The ranges are based on:

  • Estimated tuition fees for the whole of the course with a Victorian Government subsidy 
  • Rates for local students only (not for international)  
  • Available data from the Australian Course Information Register

The fee ranges shown do not factor in concessions or scholarships. They also exclude other fees set by the training provider such as materials, services, and amenities.

All subsidies presented on this site are correct at the time of publication; subsidy information is updated on a monthly basis. To obtain the most accurate quote for the course you’re considering, please contact the training provider directly.

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