London, Paris, New York, Milan, your living room!
The fashion world is always looking out for the next big thing, and by taking the City & Guilds Fashion course you could be just that.
This course helps you learn all about the fundamentals of fashion, from the principles of colour and design to pattern alterations and fitting. What's more, you'll also gain the high level of garment making skills needed in this lucrative and dynamic profession.
And thanks to the great diverse range of materials we can buy on the high street today, you'll also be able to make some really exciting outfits at home, looking like you have just stepped off the catwalk. In fact, with the skills you learn from this course, you could even begin your own label, and climb to the top of the fashion industry.
So if you're interested in the world of fashion, enrol in the City & Guilds Fashion course today, you never know, your designs might just become the next big thing!
Colour and Design Principles
Introduction to Sewing
Basic Dressmaking Processes
Fibres and Fabrics
The great news is that you don't need any previous experience to take this course.
180 hours approx. For example: 7.5 hours per week to complete in 6 months, or 4 hours per week to complete in 12 months. Study as little or as much as you wish. 18 months support period.
As an ICS student you will have your own personal tutor helping you with your coursework and with any questions you may have. Plus our team of student advisors are only a phone call away for all the practical advice you may need - so we really are with you 100%.
This course includes a number of assessments that you complete as part of your coursework and then forward to your tutor. External assessments take place in May and November each year. The accreditation body registration fee of £24.70 will be added to the course total.
City & Guilds Fashion Certificate
What our students say
"The course from ICS was very good and well explained. I took it to learn more about the subject in general and to get myself back into the way of studying. I'd happily recommend ICS" Luanne Sharman, ICS Graduate, Liverpool
Free with course
Watercolours and Colour Wheel
There is no specific recommended reading for this course, but you may wish to read widely around your subject to enhance your knowledge as you progress.