Regular internal events hosted by FTA, including open days, masterclasses and one day taster courses. The open days are aimed at potential new learners so they can understand what courses are available and see first hand the live factory environment and training facilities. Masterclasses are hosted with leading industry experts and aimed at new business start-ups looking for quality advice and guidance on running their label successfully. Topics include "Finding the right manufacturer", "the importance of IP, trademarks and copyright", "How to successfully run your own PR" and much more!
Also available are one day taster courses for those unable to commit to the full-time accredited courses. These range from Absolute Beginners "your block, your body" to advanced sewing techniques. All events are listed below with details on how to apply.
On 23 rd February a group of Assistant Buyers from the Arcadia Group attended the Factory Uncovered CPPD workshop. The aim to provide an insight into how a manufacturer operates so the client can understand how to communicate effectively when...read more
Ravensbourne University returned to the Fashion Enter factory today (15/02) this time with lecturer Gabby Shiner-Hill and first year students! The students, whom are currently studying towards their BA(Hons) in Fashion Buying and Brand...read more
On Monday 13 th February Deborah Niven from Gunnercooke lawyers delivered a seminar to our apprentices. Delivering a seminar on Intellectual Property, Deborah Niven, specialist IP/IT lawyer from Gunnercooke, supplied a wealth of knowledge...read more
Ravensbourne University second year students visit Fashion Enter for a two-day workshop. On the 8 th and 9 th February 2017, second year students from Ravensbourne University joined Fashion Enter and the Fashion Technology Academy for a two...read more
Bringing a group of 12 students to the Fashion Enter factory, the Fashion Retail Academy joined us on Friday 3 rd February. Continuing their factory uncovered course with us here at Fashion Enter, the FRA brought a group of 12 students to the...read more