Off-site Training – Training On Your Turf
We send the lecturer to you!
Off-site training programmes are presented at your venue or a venue of your choice. If required, North West School of Design can provide the training venue, which will be included in the final quotation. The venue for training must be equipped and furnished with tables, chairs, lighting, electricity and security. Refreshments and/or meals can also be included in the quotation.
Once the benefactor has established which programme will be financed, North West School of Design will compile a proposal detailing the customized need of the benefactor and the beneficiaries. 60% Deposit is payable with booking of off-site training, balance is payable on the last day of the programme.
To ensure sustainability once training has been completed, learners are issued with stationary, material and machines. Learners get to keep all of the stationary, equipment and a sewing machine, to ensure that they have tools to continue practicing their skills. We strongly believe that it is of little use developing the skills without them having the tools to further experiment and gain experience in their newly taught skills.
Learners are skilled to cut and make a 2-piece unlined fashion set, covering minimum of 15 sewing techniques. The garments must include a zipper closure, collar, cuffs, bottom closure, seams and hems, and a facing or waistband.
Bridal photography, high fashion shoots, commercial fashion shoots and model portfolio shoots. How to get the right shot. Directing the model, styling for the shoot and camera basics.
Breaking the seal on the best kept designer secrets. Tips and hints to use these designing secrets to correct your day to day and evening wear dressing. How to use the garments you have in your closet, apply design guidelines as dressing guidelines and to improve your look or even develop your own style.
Cut and Sew: Evening Wear
Learners are skilled to cut and make a 2-piece evening gown set, consisting of a lined corset and an unlined A-line skirt. Learners also develop beading skills as the corset is beaded prior to the attachment of the lining.
A basic pattern designing course, whereby learners will learn to draft basic block patterns for all shapes and sizes of women’s, men’s and children’s wear. Course includes the usage of the award-winning X!Act Design Patternmaker ™, manual and learners receive a training DVD set to ensure that learners can continue with basic block making after the course has been completed. A basic style pattern design course, whereby learners will learn to adapt and style the basic block pattern into a complete fashion pattern, ready to cut in fabric. Styles of darts, pleats, fullness, collars, necklines, skirts, sleeves and trousers are covered. Learners are also skilled in basic sketching techniques to enable them to draw designs efficiently.
Cut and make Roman blind, lampshade cover, scatter cushion, curtains and table runners.
Table settings, menu design, being the perfect hostess, serving formal dinners, buffets, etc.
Block and sew of felt and Sinome hats.
Principles of photography, camera basics, lighting for photography, choosing your subject, types of photography and basic editing.
Basic Upholstery Workshop
Attach covers for headboards and ottomans.
Principles of window display, allocation of windows, planning and preparation of windows, props and lighting, selecting stock for displays as well as signage, marking and ticketing.
Demonstrations on: Bridal bouquet, floral gift, table centre piece and corsage. Presentation on meaning of flower types and colours. 8 basic arrangement styles and flower care.
Cut, make and trim 2 piece lingerie set.