Have you ever dreamed of getting your start in the fashion industry but didn’t know where to begin?
Get trained in Fashion Technology & Design at A-Technical College (ATC) and master the process, skills and language of fashion design from concept through production to marketing. This dynamic program features industry-relevant education and training using leading-edge technology, understanding all levels of design from color theory to marketing including an externship for hands-on experience and real life training.
After completing your fashion technology and design program, you’ll master skills such as:
900 clock hours – 24 semester credit units, including 180 hours of externship 5 hours per day – Monday through Friday
The Fashion Technology and Design Program will teach the student valuable skills required in the dynamic and growing apparel industry in Los Angeles, including competencies in identifying the details of apparel conceptualization, illustration, construction and merchandising of garments; and the techniques and methods used in a professional fashion design environment. The program also focuses on teaching the basic principles of pattern making which are utilized for both flat and computerized pattern making.
The student will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to immediately begin their career upon graduation. Graduates may work as assistant fashion designer, fashion illustrator, pattern maker (flat & computerized), computer-assisted marker & grader, sample maker, costume attendant, fashion merchandiser, textile merchandiser, assistant fashion director, production manager, apparel buyer, and retail sales associate.
Training for a new career is easier than you think! Contact one of our Admissions Representatives today at (213)747-8292 to learn more about our programs.
With more than 30 years of experience, ATC has earned a solid reputation for high quality academic programs developed to fulfill the needs of the local community for the best job placement and career opportunities.
We are accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET) and approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education for the State of California (BPPE).
ATC offers Federal Financial Aid to those who qualify.