Year 11 Fashion and Design
Teacher in Charge: A. McIntosh
This is a practical-based course for students interested in fashion design and garment construction or for those who love to design and sew as a creative outlet. Students complete a range of garments and textile items, learn simple pattern adaptation techniques and work with different fabric types to create fashion items. Each student has the opportunity to explore their own interest in fashion and to develop their own sense of style. Students will complete two practical projects with supporting design portfolio work.
Developing garment construction skills
Adapt a pattern for a textile item
This is a university accredited course
Opportunity to enter regional and national competitions
Please note, due to the nature of the Technology assessment, some standards are also in use in other Technology subjects.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
2 x A4 Visual Diaries, 1 x 2B pencil, 1 x 0.3 black fineliner, $25 Materials contribution
Recommended Prior Learning
Year 9 Fashion and Design or an interview with Head of Department.
No need for students to have completed Year 10 course.
Total Credits Available: 17 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 3 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 14 credits.
Term: 3, Week: 7
Term: 4, Week: 3
Term: 2, Week: 1
Term: 3, Week: 7
Tailor, dressmaker, interior designer, fashion designer, textile technician, patternmaker, garment technician, pattern cutter, secondary school teacher, garment technologist, retail buyer, fashion illustrator, merchandisers, fashion stylist, textile designers, personal stylist, costume designer, costume assistant, costume supervisor, costume maker, dressmaker, footwear designer, footwear manufacturer, knitting machinist, knitwear designer, knitting technician, leather craftworker, leather technician, swimwear/lingerie designer, milliner, saddler, sewing machinist, textile designer, spinner, digital textile designer, textile laboratory technician, wardrobe supervisor, weaver, embroiderer,