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  • 1. School of Fashion & Textiles CERTIFICATE IV IN CLOTHING PRODUCTION (PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & MERCHANDISING) DIPLOMA IN TEXTILE, CLOTHING & FOOTWEAR (PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & MERCHANDISING) Angelo Pantalone Product Development & Merchandising Teacher
  • 2. Program Length
    • CERTIFICATE IV IN CLOTHING PRODUCTION
    • (PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & MERCHANDISING)
    • Full Time – One Year
    • DIPLOMA IN TEXTILE, CLOTHING & FOOTWEAR
    • (PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & MERCHANDISING)
    • Full Time – Two Years
    • Part Time – The duration depends on the amount of courses undertaken, and eligibility of APL/Credit Transfer
  • 3. Program Aims & Structures
    • CERTIFICATE IV IN CLOTHING PRODUCTION
    • (PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & MERCHANDISING)
    • The Certificate aims
    • Practical application of skills
    • Learning Units Delivered in the Certificate:
    • Textiles Product Knowledge 108 Hrs TCF Merchandising & Store Presentation 68 Hrs
    • TCF Product Ranging 51 Hrs TCF Merchandising & Marketing 51 Hrs
    • TCF Quality Concepts 68 Hrs TCF Merchandising Accounting 84 Hrs
    • Pattern Development 120 Hrs TCF Global Logistics 68 Hrs
    • Industry Studies 48 Hrs
    • TCF Computer Aided Design & Management Systems 180 Hrs
    • Total Course Hours – 846 Hrs
  • 4. Work Experience
    • WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING EXPERIENCES – CERTIFICATE
    • Industry Mentor Program (IMP)
    • Holistic Assessment
    • Industry Speaker Programs
  • 5. Program Aims & Structures
    • DIPLOMA OF TEXTILE CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR
    • (PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & MERCHANDISING)
    • In the (2 nd Year) Diploma, real life projects
    • Jockey Australia and Ripcurl
    • Learning Units Delivered in the Certificate:
    • Textiles Product Development 150 Hrs TCF Business Planning 54 Hrs
    • TCF Advertising and Promotion 54 Hrs TCF Sales Merchandising 72 Hrs
    • TCF Retail Buying 36 Hrs TCF Industry Studies 2 80 Hrs
    • Merchandising & Store Presentation 2 18 Hrs TCF Global Logistics 36 Hrs
    • Management Skills 72 Hrs
    • TCF Computer Aided Design & Management Systems 108 Hrs
    • Total Course Hours – 680 Hrs
  • 6. Work Experience
    • WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING EXPERIENCES – DIPLOMA
    • Young Essentials Program (YEP)
    • Industry Studies & Practical Work Experience Placement
    • FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) New York USA Scholarship
  • 7. Work Experience
    • WORK EXPERIENCE & EMPLOYMENT
    • Areas Include:
    • Agent/Wholesaler
    • Assistant Buyer
    • Customer Service
    • Marketing
    • Design Assistant
    • Product Development
    • Production Assistant
    • Visual Merchandiser
    • Store Manager
  • 8. Work Experience WORK PLACEMENT COMPANIES 2002 Anthea Crawford Bendon David Jones Mitch Dowd Lincraft Ojay Sportsgirl Davenport Mossimo/Globe Gumboots Witchery Feathers Diana Ferrari Boydex International Jockey Australia Rough Magic Diamond Cut Intandem Maximum Susans Turning Point Black Stone Marketing
  • 9. Program Costs
    • FULL-TIME STUDY
    • Approximately $615 for one year of study
    • PART-TIME STUDY
    • Approximately $350
    • AUSTUDY APPROVED FEE
    • 50% concession off the tuition fee
    • TEXT/MATERIALS
    • Students will be advised upon the commencement of the program
  • 10. Entrance Requirements
    • VTAC APPLICATION/INTERVIEW
    • ENTER and two-stage selection process
    • Interview - end of November
    • Academic achievement
    • Can add at Change of Preference, if all requirements have been met
  • 11. Selection Criteria
    • Applicants knowledge of the current program, course content,
    • time frame & level of qualifications
    • Applicants reasons in pursuing the course
    • Applicants industry experience/knowledge
    • Applicants knowledge of textile, clothing, footwear, retail or wholesale industry
  • 12. Contact Details For more information, please contact: Anna Cavaleri School of Fashion & Textiles Ph: 9925 9138 Email: anna.cavaleri@rmit.edu.au