Fashion and Clothing (BTEC Subsidiary Diploma)

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Description

The course offers an opportunity to study a wide range of skills essential for the design and production of both fashion and textiles, whilst developing a real understanding of professional working practice and expectations of the fashion industry. Students will develop these skills through a variety of lectures, workshops and live projects (including Clothes Show Live and the Sunday Times Style Birmingham Event.)

Course content

The Subsidiary Diploma is a six -unit qualification that provides progression onto The 18-unit Extended Diploma in Fashion and Clothing. The project briefs are broad-ranging to allow for a comprehensive understanding of the subject and possible career routes to be fu…

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The course offers an opportunity to study a wide range of skills essential for the design and production of both fashion and textiles, whilst developing a real understanding of professional working practice and expectations of the fashion industry. Students will develop these skills through a variety of lectures, workshops and live projects (including Clothes Show Live and the Sunday Times Style Birmingham Event.)

Course content

The Subsidiary Diploma is a six -unit qualification that provides progression onto The 18-unit Extended Diploma in Fashion and Clothing. The project briefs are broad-ranging to allow for a comprehensive understanding of the subject and possible career routes to be fully explored.

  • Fashion illustration
  • Fashion concept design
  • Production techniques
  • Textile design
  • Fashion styling and photography
  • Contextual studies

Entry Requirements

A minimum of four GCSEs at grade C or above including English and Mathematics (or equivalent) or First Diploma with Merit grade in Art and Design, plus a portfolio of art work. Students with a Pass grade will be considered subject to an additional assessment.

Delivery & Assessment methods

Assessment is carried out throughout the programme and is coursework based. On going feedback in each lesson is complimented with written interim and summative assessment for each subject of each project brief.

Progression

Foundation Art and Design programmes, higher education or employment.

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