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Government Funded Textile courses Selby

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  • BTEC
  • Selby
  • 2 Years

...Main subject areas: Fashion Design. Pattern Cutting. Garment Construction. Presentation Techniques. Fashion Marketing. Experimental Textiles. Computer-Generated Design Techniques. In year 1 students will be taught how to make a variety of garments to the highest of standards, while in the second... Learn about: Textile Design... More


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  • BTEC
  • Selby
  • 2 Years

...Main subject areas: Fashion Design. Pattern Cutting. Garment Construction. Presentation Techniques. Fashion Marketing. Experimental Textiles. Computer-Generated Design Techniques. In year 1 students will be taught how to make a variety of garments to the highest of standards, while in the second... Learn about: Textile Design... More


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International Institute of Management & Engineering
B.TECH LEATHER TECHNOLOGY - Online course
International Institute of Management & Engineering
  • BTEC
  • Online
  • Different dates available
  • 2 Years
LEATHER TECHNOLOGY

...Environmental Science and Engineering for Leather Sector Environmental Science and Engineering for Leather Sector Leather Machineries Theory and Practice... Learn about: Leather tech, IT industry, Technical Unit... More


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International Institute of Management & Engineering
Certificate course on Textile - Online
International Institute of Management & Engineering
  • GCSE
  • Online
  • Different dates available
  • 6 Months
Textile Management

...A textile or cloth is a flexible material consisting of a network of natural or artificial fibres (yarn or thread). Yarn is produced by spinning raw fibres of wool, flax, cotton, or other material to produce long strands. Textiles are formed by weaving, knitting, crocheting, knotting, or felting... Learn about: Textile Design, Textile Science, Design Business... More


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