Why we excel at Technical Training and don't just take our word for it!
Over the last 13 years Fashion Enter has continually evolved and changed because that's exactly what has happened in the market place. To be successful in any business you need to be nimble and responsive to change. Many of the larger training institutions have to undertake layers of management meetings to have decisions of curriculum, lesson plans and Schemes of Work agreed and this all slows true work placed learning down. Industry does not work like this so why should a training provider?
This is why we keep adding to our array of technical skills and courses offering deep rich learning to our students. We operate a factory that is Fast Forward approved and we have a leading status. We are a A ++ supplier for Asos and we work closely with our other retail clients such as M and S so we enrich our technical skills. We are now making up to 10,000 garments a week - so we bring all that industry knowledge into the classroom environment!
We also undertake CPPD training and it's accredited training at level 3 providing this vital feedback and genuine advice to retailers such as Primark, George, M and S, Arcadia Group, Silk Fred, Fat Face and many many others. What we teach, you can not find in books. You have to live and breath the factory's technical production and ensure you are working in an ethical and sustainable manner. It's taken 13 long years to get here and we never ever compromise on any standards.
This is why we were so proud of achieving the Matrix award, a benchmark of quality for our information, advice and guidance, and the words of Helen Walczak, Sourcing Director of M and Co means so much to us;
"I have worked with Jenny and the team at Fashion Enter for the last three years and always found them to be very honorable and honest. Their information, advice and guidance at all levels in education have been of the highest quality because quite simply they care. They want to see genuine success for us the employer and the student. I believe these courses set students up to join the workforce with fantastic industrial knowledge and experience. Congratulations on the tailoring academy too. Great news for us all"
This feedback is so welcomed but equally important to us is the feedback from our learners and students. In the last week we have held three workshops;University of the Arts London, Regents University and then we also undertook a Fabric Appreciation course which was excellently received by our designers that we mentor.
Jenny Holloway CEO commented "I really do believe, as a high quality training provider, the entire team goes that extra mile at the Fashion Technology Academy. Our teachers and tutors are outstanding. Helen's comments regarding that we care is 100% accurate. We want learning to be fun and inspiring. We want to ensure everyone we teach has a real positive experience. I do feel frustrated however when I meet new designers and there is just no awareness of technical construction; how can you effectively design a knock out range if there is no appreciation of fabric, construction, stitching machine capabilities, needle sizes, threads etc. To be an outstanding designer you need to understand body, technical construction, fit and form."
Fashion Enter are constantly running industry based courses and lessons. The next courses are:
Stitching Academy Level 1 and 2 Course 19th March
3 Day Vetigraph 19th March – 21st March
Pattern Cutting Level 1 and 2 Course on 26th March
'Gerber Accumark V10 for beginner’s course 7th, 14th, 21st April
Pattern Grading course with Maggie Stott 14th, 21st April
COMING SOON! Creator Fashion and CAD by Telestia - May
So what are you waiting for? Come and join the technical army and reserve your places by emailing email@example.com today