Farnborough Students Visit Fashion Enter
On Wednesday 1st March we welcomed first and second year students from Farnborough College of Technology to the Fashion Enter Factory.
Entering the Fashion Enter doors for an educational visit to the factory, the group of first and second year students were welcomed by Jenny Holloway, Jenni Sutton and Caroline Ash who were all on hand to show the young students exactly how an ethical manufacturing company works and produces 7,500 garments per weeks for companies including Marks & Spencers and ASOS.
Having been informed of the many elements of FashionCapital and Fashion Enter including sister companies and the hard working team, the group had the ability to see first hand the stages of production on the factory floor. Discussing the health and safety requirements and showing the group the equipment used and the stages that must be considered within production, Jenny Holloway left the group in awe!
Feedback from the students included;
"I have learnt lots of information about manufacturing of garments which I did not know about before." - Tazmin
"Today has taught me how a good fashion factory works and functions." - Chelsea
"This morning has taught me about fast fashion and the steps a manufacturing company must take to ensure it is fast fashion approved." - Lisa
"I have learnt a lot about garment construction and how a factory works." - Lauren
"I have learnt how the environment is linked to the factory and fast fashion as well as a lot of information about apprenticeships."
"I have learnt how a factory works, about businesses and what to look for when finding a supplier." - Hannah
"I now know about cabbage, galexius, cheap retail and pattern cutting." - Elise