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VET Emerging Industries

This project is proudly funded by the Queensland Government

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"Get Recognition For Your Existing Skills & Experience"

Program Information

The Textile & Clothing Manufacturing Initiative provides a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)/Gap Training program to up-skill existing Queensland workers in the textile industry.

 

This Project will prepare workers in the textile & clothing manufacturing industry for on-the-job supervision of future trainees.


This program is funded by the Queensland Government under the VET Emerging Industries Initiative and is free of charge for eligible participants.


Eligible participants must be aged 15 years of age
or over and permanently reside in Queensland. Further eligibility may apply.

If you need more information or have any questions please contact our office on the details below:

Office

Phone: 07 3348 3101

Email: info@leathertraining.com.au

Recognition of Prior Learning 

Recognition of prior learning  (RPL) is all about the skills and knowledge you've collected through work and life experiences and then transferring them to current training course requirements.

General eligibility for Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is:

  1. Be currently employed in the industry

  2. Have a proven track record of performing industry-standard skills

  3. Have an employer or workplace supervisor who is willing to verify your skills

The process for recognition of prior learning assessment is as follows:

  1. Enrolment

  2. Appraisal

  3. Gather Evidence

  4. Verify Evidence

  5. Knowledge Demonstration

  6. Skills Demonstration

  7. Finalisation

Qualification 

MST31022

CERTIFICATE III IN APPAREL, FASHION AND TEXTILES

 

This qualification reflects the role of individuals who work in production-related roles in the textile, clothing and footwear industry. Individuals may be self-employed or work in small or large organisations.

 

They use specialised knowledge of apparel or textile production processes and apply discretion, judgement and problem-solving skills to achieve work outcomes and take responsibility for their own work. Individuals may have some limited responsibility for the work of others.


Textile Manufacturing

 

Electives:

  1. CUATEX311 - Produce textile work

  2. MSTAT2001 - Prepare and communicate design concepts for simple textile products

  3. MSTAT3003 - Lay up and cut complicated fabrics and lays

  4. MSTGN3021 - Match fabrics to performance and handling requirements

  5. MSTGN3022 - Investigate applications and performance outcomes of technical textiles

  6. MSTTX3014 - Set up, adjust and maintain industrial sewing machines

  7. MSTTX3004 - Set up textile production machines for product change 

  8. MSTTX3006 - Ensure efficient operation of textile machines 

  9. MSTTX3007 - Prepare dyes for textile production 

  10. MSTTX3010 - Monitor textile production processes 

  11. MSTTX3011 - Set up, adjust and maintain machines for TCF production

  12. MSTGN2020 Perform test or inspection to check product quality

Core Units of Competency

Core Units:

  1. MSMWHS200 - Work safely

  2. MSS402055 - Apply quality standards

  3. MSTAT2005 - Sew materials by machine

  4. MSTGN2023 - Identify and handle fabrics and textiles

  5. MSTGN3018 - Support sustainable practice in apparel and textile design and production

  6. MSTGN3019 - Interact with others in an apparel and textile design and production environment

Elective Units of Competency 

Clothing Manufacturing

 

Electives:

  1. MSTAT3002 - Develop patterns using basic patternmaking principles

  2. MSTAT3005 - Sew garments

  3. MSTAT3003 - Lay up and cut complicated fabrics and lays

  4. MSTGN3021 - Match fabrics to performance and handling requirements

  5. MSTAT3007 - Sew stretch knit garments 

  6. MSTTX3014 - Set up, adjust and maintain industrial sewing machines

  7. MSTAT2003 - Modify patterns

  8. MSTAT3006 - Assemble bras or swimwear

  9. MSTAT3008 - Embellish textile products

  10. MSTGN2014 - Operate computing technology in a TCF workplace

  11. MSTGN3014 - Organise and plan own work to achieve planned outcomes

  12. MSTGN2020 - Perform test or inspection to check product quality

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Enrolment

Once you have completed the enrolment form, your information will be reviewed and you will be notified once successfully enrolled. 

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact the office. 

Textiles

Clothing

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