Creative Industries


Fashion is a high intensity industry favouring designers who are versatile and creative problem solvers with good communication skills and network. Studying fashion will develop you so that you area able to produce unique ranges of garments and accessories for the marketplace.

You will develop skills in fashion illustration and drawing skills, digital design, marketing, pattern making and garment construction. Along the way you will gain knowledge and skills in areas such as fabric technology, textiles, history of design and computer generated design.

You’ll also cover topics including premium brand management and marketing and fashion trade and promotion, and fashion business development.


Career opportunities

  • Fashion Designer
  • Stylist
  • Illustrator
  • Fashion Buyer
  • Assistant Patternmaker
  • Fashion Designer
  • Patternmaker
  • CAD operator
  • Assistant Production Manager
  • Fashion Production Coordinator
  • Fashion Merchandiser
  • Visual Merchandiser
  • Assistant Brand Merchandiser

TAFE Institutes

Below is a list of all TAFE Institutes and campuses in WA offering courses in the "Fashion" study area.

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