|Course ID||Course Name||Instructor||Room Number||Time|
|FD FULLTIME||FASHION COMMUNICATION & BUYING|
INTRODUCTION TO PATTERN CONSTRUCTION
INTRODUCTION TO GARMENT CONSTRUCTION
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ASSISTED DESIGN
Students develop an understanding of the operation and application of CAD systems for patternmaking, grading and marker making.
PRODUCTION & PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
RESEARCH, REPORTING & PRESENTATION
FASHION EVENTS MANAGEMENT
ONLINE FASHION STORE
Fashion Communication & Buying students learn the hands-on approaches to managing an online store. The iWearNwsd Fashion Online store is managed by students as this is a platform where students sell their collections to the public.
Fashion Communication & Buying students must select subjects from this list. These subjects are presented as part time courses and are all 2 month part time courses, twice weekly. Students must complete one of these subjects per year.
Principles of window display, allocation of windows. Planning & preparation of displays
Props and lighting, Selecting stock for displays. Promotional signage, marking & ticketing
Fashion Photography What is fashion photography & commercial photography? The role of the fashion photographer. Developing a style. How to get the right shot. Photography techniques. Formulate & style a fashion shoot. Styling.
The course is aimed to prepare professionals in design, pattern making, sewing and fitting for wedding dresses.
The plan of study covers different subjects from the basic notions, through to veils and other accessories.
Fashion Make Up
COURSE DURATION & CLASS TIMES:
Candidates can register for either 2years / 3years or 4 years.
Candidates first enroll for the Fashion Design course and after the first semester of the first year, students apply to transfer to the Fashion Communication & Buying course
For more info on the Application Procedure – please click hereATTENDANCE POLICY
Students who have absenteeism problems not only suffer academically, but also socially. Absenteeism leads to inadequate learning on the part of the student and affects their overall performance. In the class or group situation, absenteeism of some of the students leads to unsatisfactory class averages and because our lecturer’s job performance is measured on class averages obtained by the group, NWSD cannot tolerate any unnecessary absenteeism and late comings of students.
|1||City & Guilds 7160-12 Level 2 Certificate in Fashion|
|2||City & Guilds 7160-22 Level 2 Diploma in Fashion|
|3||City & Guilds 7160-13 Level 3 Certificate in Fashion Optional|
|4||City & Guilds Level 4 9200-01 Licentiateship|
|1||Academic year completed on a fulltime basis at North West School of Design||Year End – City & Guilds examination||City & Guilds 7160-12 Level 2 Certificate in Fashion|
|2||Academic year completed on a fulltime basis at North West School of Design||Year End – City & Guilds examination||City & Guilds 7160-22 Level 2 Diploma in Fashion|
|3||Academic year completed on a fulltime basis at North West School of Design||Year End – NWSD examination of projects that form part of the Level 4 assessment||N/A|
|4||Practical year completed at the workplace within the Fashion Industry||Portfolio of evidence submitted after completion of one full year fulltime employment within the fashion industry||City & Guilds Level 4 9200-01 Licentiateship|