- Describe the processes from yarns to fabric.
- Differentiate between knits and woven, and identify a variety of fabrics.
- Understand the weaving, knitting, dyeing, finishing and printing processes.
- Comprehend the various types of fabric defects.
- Know the latest in colour evaluation.
- Using the pick glass and fabric cutter to determine the fabric specifications.
- Evaluate the process of garment wet processing and its associated problems.
- Understand the common intrinsic characteristics and problems of certain production processes in textiles, thus providing the platform for problem analysis.
- Enhance troubleshooting and problem-solving skills.
- Be a better informed buyer/purchaser of materials and apparel.
Possess at least 3 GCE “O” level passes including English and Mathematics or ES WSQ Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) level 5 and above.
Participant will be awarded the WSQ Statement of Attainment (SOA) provided he/she meets the following requirements:
- 75% attendance rate
- Assessed to be competent in given competency standard
Upon succcessful completion of the course, trainee will be awarded the WSQ Statement of Attainment (SOA). WSQ Certification is nationally endorsed and recognised by industry partners.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
KEY LEARNING AREAS
- Assistant Merchandisers to Merchandise Managers
- Marketing Executives and Managers
- Product Development Executives and Managers
- Sourcing Executives and Managers
- QA Auditors, QC Inspectors and QA/QC Managers
- Assistant Designers and Designers
- Assistant Buyers and Buyers
- Industrial Engineers, Work Study Officers
- Laundry Operators
- Fibre types
- Yarn types
- Yarn sizing system
- Fabric construction (wales and course, gauge, number of yarns on the warp and weft)
- Fabric types
- Dye types, characteristics and dyeing methods
- Print types and printing methods
- Finishing types and finishing methods
- Common fabric problems, root cause analysis and possible solutions
Training Hours 32 hours
Assessment Hours 2 hours
Total Hours 34 hours
Gross Fee S$ 1,100.00
70% Funding** S$ 770.00
Nett Fee S$ 330.00
The 70% Funding** is only applicable to all Singaporean and Singapore Permanent Residents (PRs).
Fees & Funding
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