Are you a creative individual with a sense of style and flair? Do you pore over the latest fashion magazines and keep yourself inspired with popular fashion blogs? If so, a career in Fashion might be an option for you.
To pursue a career in the Fashion industry you must be creative, adaptive and willing to work in a team. Whether you’re just starting out, or looking to get qualified, there’s always room to develop your skills as a true professional in the fashion field. Aside from designing clothing, there are many career pathways for someone with a love of fashion; from being a fashion columnist writer, to being a stylist.
Working in the Fashion industry allows you to use your creativity to craft a career working alongside the industry’s greatest minds.
Here’s a snapshot of what you can expect when you choose a career in Fashion.
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Courses to get you into Fashion:
- Diploma of Applied Fashion Design & Technology
- Certificate IV in Applied Fashion Design & Technology
- Certificate in Dressmaking & Pattern Cutting
- Learn to Sew
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Is the content strategist at Open Colleges. She has over a decade of professional experience at some of Australia’s largest media corporations, including Southern Cross Austereo and the Macquarie Media Network. With a degree in Communications (majoring in Journalism), she covers stories on education, new knowledge technologies and independent learning.