MILLINERY: BEGINNERS (EVENING CLASS)
Ideal for individuals with an interest in hat making. You will learn the skills required to make hats using a selection of millinery materials and techniques.
This course is ideal if you want to design a hat for a wedding or a special occasion.
What you need to qualify for entry...
No formal entry requirements however candidates require a keen interest in making hats.
Candidates will produce a collection of millinery samples and a finished millinery item to demonstrate the use of conventional and unconventional millinery techniques.
A folio of related research material and design development evidence will also be produced.
SQA registration and assessment is a mandatory part of this course.
Evening Class - Monday Evening
Duration 12 Weeks.
3 hours per night - 6.00 to 9.000 pm.
Millinery: Advanced F18R 35 or P.D.A. in Textile Accessories at SCQF level 7 – group award code G9F7 47 or may link with and articulate to other HN awards.
This course previously qualified for ILA funding. A revised ILA scheme will come into effect in October 2017 and will be called an Individual Training Account (ITA). If you are eligible then you will still be entitled to funding of up to £200 per year towards a course. The differences are that you will only be able to do one course in any learner year, and that courses will be geared towards helping you with getting a job or progressing in your career.
For more information on ITA’s go to: www.skillsdevelopmentscotland.co.uk/what-we-do/our-products/sds-individual-training-accounts/