Career Outcomes

By completing one of these courses, you’ll have the opportunity to find employment in the following roles:

  • Assistant Fashion Designer
  • Assistant Patternmaker
  • Senior Patternmaker
  • Small Custom Clothing Business Manager
  • Product Development Assistant
  • Apparel Production Assistant

Types of Fashion Courses Available

Certificate:

If you’re after a qualification that will provide you with the foundations for success in the Fashion Design industry, a Certificate is a good place to start. By the end of one of these courses, you’ll have the skills and knowledge that would make you a valued employee in any organisation. You’ll also be eligible to apply for further study if that is what you prefer.

Diploma:

A Diploma will extend on the topics explored during the certificate, and enhance your overall skillset. This will in-turn increase your opportunities for employment, by better preparing you for the workforce. During a diploma, you may learn how to apply quality standards, identify fabric performance and handling requirements, estimate cost for fashion products, develop and present design concepts, operate computers and more!

Bachelor:

By completing a bachelor of fashion design, you will develop a plethora of skills that will assist you in breaking into the fashion design industry.

Online:

With the ability to study many fashion design courses online, getting your qualification has been made so simple, with accessibility to study helping those who aren’t able to study full time due to other commitments.

With plenty of fashion styling courses Australia -wide, including fashion business courses Sydney and Melbourne, there are no location limits when choosing to study a fashion design course TAFE.

Job Outlook for Fashion, Industrial and Jewellery Designers

  • Over the next three years, job openings for this occupation are expected to be below average.
  • Median weekly earnings (before tax) = $1,080
  • This profession has a relatively even gender split. 46.4% are males, while 53.6% are females.
  • As a full-time employee, you can expect to work around 40 hours each week.
  • Most Fashion, Industrial and Jewellery Designers (66.7%) have completed a Bachelor Degree. The second most common level of educational attainment is an Advanced Diploma/Diploma. 33.3% hold this level of qualification.
  • The median age for this occupation is 35 years.
  • The top 5 most important skills are active listening, critical thinking, reading comprehension, speaking, and complex problem-solving

Fashion Design Courses – Is It Right for You?

Fashion design courses are suited to those who are detail-oriented, would enjoy working in a highly creative industry and are interested in the constantly changing fashion landscape. If you tick these boxes, enquire about a course today to start your journey towards your dream career.

Online Fashion Design Courses

You can complete most Fashion Styling courses and Fashion Designing courses entirely online, which means you don’t have to make any compromises on your lifestyle, and can study when and where you like. With a variety of online fashion courses in Australia to choose, you’ll also most likely be exempt from the pressure of deadlines, so you can take a little or as long as you like (within reason) to complete the course.

Strut confidently into the fashion design world

Below you’ll find some of the best online and classroom-based fashion courses available in Australia. They include study options such as short courses, TAFE fashion courses, college certificates and diplomas, undergraduate degrees and more.

These nationally recognised fashion qualifications are designed to get you a start in the industry or take you to the next stage of your career.

And anything is possible. Whether you dream of taking fashion from designer studios to stores and catwalks around the world, designing and launching your own clothing or accessories brand, or being the fashion blogger with VIP seating at an international show!

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