Educating the Next Generation
On this highly respected and well-established full-time course at Worthing, you will have the opportunity to learn through a series of projects, seminars, tutorials, demonstrations and lectures based within the exciting and vibrant creative industries department.
You can choose your specialism and focus on one of the many topic areas, learning skills, design analysis and creative development.
Typical topics include:
fashion design, textile design, textile printing, pattern cutting, costume design, garment construction and styling, embroidery design, soft accessory design, contour design, fashion media promotion, menswear design, furnishing design, fashion illustration plus many more areas within fashion and textiles.
During the course, each project builds on skills gained from previous projects. This way, you're able to rapidly develop your knowledge, skills and attitudes in fashion & textiles, whilst maintaining a broad range of creative ideas.
Why Northbrook MET?
If you would like a career in fashion & textile design or a related area, then this is the course for you. We are able to provide excellent facilities within a range of professionally equipped workspaces such as:
sewing workroom, textile print workshop and dye lab, fashion textiles LRC, large format digital printer, laser cutter, work alongside Degree students, Internal progression opportunities, Impressive Alumni profile, live projects commissioned by external employers. progression onto prestigious universities.
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MEET PROGRAMME LEADER
The course is delivered by Programme Leader Carolyn Harrison whom has teaching experience since 2000 and over 27 years working within the college. I started my career as a garment constructor for a high street fashion company and then moved onto become a pattern grader for M&S. From there I moved into working within education.
Educating the next generation of designers, producers and creative’s I believe students of today are the designers of tomorrow.