The Elizabeth Galloway Academy of Fashion Design is again offering its part-time Introduction to Fashion Design Course from March 2013. This part-time course is designed to satisfy the needs of students looking for a flexible study programme that fits in with their home and work commitments. The local fashion industry and retail sector are encouraged to sponsor employees to undertake further study in this dynamic and convenient way.

Introduction to Fashion Design Course

2013 Introduction to Fashion Design students (bottom left to right) meet Harriet Worthington, Monica Pozyne and Geneve van Heerden with MR PRICE HR representatives (top left to right) Portia Warburton and Cindy McIntyre

Fashionistas interested in advancing their career prospects in fashion design by improving their skill set can now choose to do so with this Introduction to Fashion Design programme. One key feature of studying Part-time is that students are able to learn while they earn. This means the proposition particularly suits mature students or someone holding down a full-time job. Our two hour long classes are presented either at 10am – 12pm or 6pm – 8pm on a Monday to Thursday.

This course is ideal for those who are interested in exploring the subjects of Fashion Design, Pattern and Garment Construction, Textiles and Fashion Drawing and Illustration. This programme will help kick start existing or new careers in fashion by showing the student the processes that takes an idea from design sketch to a rail-ready creation.

If you would like to register, please complete our Introduction to Fashion Design registration form now. If you would like to sponsor an employee onto this programme, please contact Elizabeth Galloway Academy of Fashion Design on 021 880 0775 or 084 686 0014.

For full details on the course, please visit our Introduction to Fashion Design information page.

In our next blog post we look at the modules and topics covered on the Introduction to Fashion Design programme.