COURSE CODE: 4019

T Level Craft and Design - Fashion and Textiles

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WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE

Unlock the doors to a thrilling career in the world of fashion and textiles with our T Level in Fashion and Textiles at Shipley College.

This immersive program on the Craft & Design T Level route offers a fast-paced journey towards becoming a skilled fashion and textile specialist.

What sets this course apart is the blend of classroom instruction by our expert educators and real-world experience gained through placements alongside industry professionals. It's a unique opportunity to learn from the best in both settings. If you're passionate about a career in fashion and textiles, and you thrive in a rapidly evolving environment, this course is your ideal pathway.

Upon completion, you can explore diverse roles such as furniture maker, furniture restorer, wardrobe assistant, dressmaker, tailor, or fashion design assistant.

At Shipley College, we're committed to nurturing your talent and paving the way for your success in the dynamic world of fashion and textiles.

Enrol now and step into a future filled with creative possibilities.

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Entry requirements
5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above, including GCSE English & Maths at grade 4 or above.
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The T Level course aims to prepare students for progression to employment or further study in fashion and textiles. The course content builds students' knowledge of the Creative Industries and gives the students the skills required to be an effective employee or a self employed person. Assignments enable students to develop their technical garment making skills as well as many other technical processes associated with fashion and textiles. Students will also learn to interpret information to analyse creative solutions in the context of the Creative Industries. Learning will be a blend of theoretical learning and practical application through Creative projects, employer briefs and challenges that will inspire students to build a portfolio of garments, textiles and design work through a combination of college and industry placement hours.

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