Certificate II in Millinery
|Department:||Centre of Fashion|
|Study Area(s):||Fashion Design and Technology|
|Course Length:||Part-time day (1 year)|
Part-time night (1 year)
|Direct Entry:||You can apply for this course directly through Kangan Institute.|
This course is designed for those performing a limited range of technical and operational tasks within a production environment to support milliners in the design and make of headwear such as fascinators, bridal headpieces, hats and caps.
Please note: the fees listed below relate to only 2013 courses.
|Government Subsidised||Concession||Full fee|
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What costs and other fees should I expect?
Contact us on 13 TAFE (13 8233) or email@example.com for a fee schedule. There may be extra costs for reference books, protective clothing or specialised materials.
What employment opportunities will I have?
This course may lead to employment working as a Production Assistant in a made-to-measure / small millinery business of the industry.
What skills will I have when I complete this course?
You will gain skills in basic design, sewing, millinery construction (block, shape, assemble), trims, flat patterns, quality and occupational health and safety.
What qualifications will I receive?
On successful completion of the course you will be awarded the Certificate II in Millinery. As part of the Australian Qualifications Framework this program is nationally recognised.
What opportunities for further studies will I have?
This course will lead to higher level studies at certificate III level. Credit transfers may be available into Certificate III in Millinery.
Can I apply?
There are no set prerequisites for this course. However it is recommended that you have satisfactory numeracy and literacy skills to undertake this course or are mature age and have sufficient work experience to successfully undertake the course.
How do I apply?
You must obtain an application form from the institute. Call us on 13 TAFE (13 8233) or 9279 2222 to obtain a direct entry application form.
How will I be selected for this course?
All applicants will need to attend a pre-selection interview.
How long is the course?
The course spans 1 year part time evening of 400 nominal hours.
Where and how can I study?
You will study at the Richmond campus.
Part-time evening course runs one night per week with two-week intensive workshop in Term 2, over one year.
How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed to show that you have achieved the skills and knowledge required by the course. Assessment may include written, oral or practical assessment methods. Assessment requirements will be clearly outlined in advance. There is the opportunity for reassessment and appeal and you will be given this information at the time of enrolment.
This course does not have a mid-year entry point.
2013 applications open from the 1st September 2012.
What will I study?
Mandatory units: Follow defined OHS policies and procedures; Apply quality standards; Work in a textiles, clothing and footwear industry; Identify materials used in millinery; Make flat patterns for millinery; Block and shape headwear by hand and; Assemble simple blocked millinery components.
Specialist units: Use a sewing machine; Place and cut millinery patterns; Produce and attach millinery trims; Use millinery steaming and pressing equipment and: Draw and interpret a basic sketch.