Course Title: Interpret patterns and apply pattern information
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term1 2017
Course Code: MANU6079C
Course Title: Interpret patterns and apply pattern information
School: 350T Fashion & Textiles
Campus: Brunswick Campus
Program: C3227 - Certificate III in Clothing Production
Course Contact: Peter Bonnell
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 99259171
Course Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Nominal Hours: 30
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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
In this course you will acquire the skills and knowledge to interpret patterns and apply pattern information.
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
LMTCL3013B Interpret patterns and apply pattern information
1 Analyse pattern-making process
2 Interpret patterns
3 Apply pattern information and specifications
3.1 Pattern information and specifications are applied to garment production.
3.2 Pattern pieces, information and specifications are checked for accuracy throughout garment production process.
3.3 Garment production faults relating to pattern or pattern information and specifications are identified and reported.
3.4 OHS practices are followed.
3.5 Action is taken according to OHS practices to prevent accidents and to eliminate risks to personal safety.
3.6 Production documentation is completed as required.
By the end of the course you will be able to analyse pattern making process and interpret patterns plus apply pattern information with their specifications.
Details of Learning Activities
This unit is clustered with the following unit:
LMTCL3009B, Develop patterns from a block
Learning activities will include the following:
- practical demonstrations in the production rooms
- individual and class exercises to acquire and perfect demonstrated skills
- group discussion and feedback sessions
- independent project based work under simulated workplace conditions
- Work practice at home including research
- Blog/Wiki or other online discussion and participation
Depending on the group you have joined this program is delivered in the production rooms at RMIT's Brunswick Campus or in a community organisation. In both environments the intention is to provide a teaching space that simulates as much as possible workplace conditions.
|Weeks||General||Interpret patterns and apply pattern information||Develop patterns from a block using pattern making principles||Home Work|
|1||Introduce units||Terms and definitions Equipment, seam allowances grain lines-Size 10—1/2 scale||Introduce pattern making principles-using Size 10 Block in ½ scale start skirt block||Revise Terms and definitions|
|2||15 mins review and check homework and outline today’s work||Continue skirt block-Make final pattern. Cut and make toile in size 10 -½ scale||Continue skirt block-Make final pattern. Cut and make toile in size 10 -½ scale||Draft skirt block in size 10 in full scale and make pattern bring to next class|
|3||Continue skirt block class to approve full scale block and pattern||Revise Terms and definitions|
|4||15 mins review and check homework and outline today’s work||TERMINOLOGY TEST||Using ½ scale skirt block create a straight skirt with centre back Vent Welt Zip and Waistband|
|Introduce Pattern Spec Sheet|
|5||15 mins review and check homework and outline today’s work||Continue skirt style make final pattern Cut out in Calico to make up as a sample||Complete calico toile|
|6||Continue skirt styles—Slash and open method –close darts (onto hemline) create cone skirt||Complete final pattern|
|Cut out toile|
|7||15 mins review and check homework and outline today’s work||Start Yoke Style||Continue skirt style –Yoke –Knife Pleat (front and back)||Complete toile|
|Welt Zip (centre back) start|
|final Pattern using a pattern spec sheet|
|8||Continue and complete yoke style||Complete yoke pattern|
|Cut out toile|
|9||15 mins review and check homework and outline today’s work||Construct toile for yoke style skirt with knife pleat—1/2 scale|
|10||Draft and make final pattern for gore skirt-Size 8 (T Method)||Full scale gore skirt(select from 8 or 10)|
|4 gore ,8 gore-1/2 scale|
|11||15 mins review and check homework and outline today’s work||Discuss and check homework from week 10||Draft Circle skirts- ½ scale||Full scale circular skirt(to personal measurements)|
|Cut and sew full scale invisible zip||Full circle half circle and ¾ circle-check all patterns|
|12||Continue and Complete work||Discuss and check homework from week 11-Check all patterns|
|13||15 mins review and check homework and outline today’s work||Introduce Torso block-Diamond Dart –discuss dart manipulation start from shoulder to French/side seam||Start Dart Manipulation Class Exercises|
|Shaping side and hem .|
|Drop neckline/armhole facing|
|All in one facing|
|14||Complete draft and make final patterns for the top||Finalise final patterns|
|15||15 mins review and check homework and outline today’s work||Cut out and construct top|
|Follow assembly plan|
|16||Construct and finalise the top||Complete assembly plan and Quality report|
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The production rooms are equipped with one lockstitch sewing machine per learner complete with all necessary bobbins and other equipment, including different feet and attachments for hemming etc.
One overlocker per group is also provided and patterns. drawing rules, drawing Instruments, cutting equipment, small tools, machine oil and sundry items, cutting table, fabric, material, yarn and other resources.
The student is expected to arrange for the use of a lockstitich machine (a domestic machine is sufficient) for practice and work on projects at home between sessions and to put together an equipment kit for personal use during the delivery session and for homework. The kit will include clippers, bobbins and bobbin case, tape measure, pins etc. A lsit of items will be given at induction. (Alternatively an equipment kit can be purchased from the School).
The student will also need access to the use a smart phone or computer with internet connection in order to upload pictures of their completed work.
In addition there are extensive resource in RMIT's libraries and in particular at Brunswick's Fashion and Textile collection which is of great interest to the student studying clothing production. In addition the library provides guides and subject specialist help via Liaison Librarians.
Overview of Assessment
Assessment will be in the form of observation and your ability to analyse pattern making process and interpret patterns plus apply pattern information with their specifications. Also by questioning for underpinning knowledge.
You will be assessed on an ongoing basis whilst you are working on your skills and whilst working on your projects and relevant feedback will be given to allow you to develop towards competency. In addition you will receive feedback from the teacher at the conclusion of each assessment task.
This course is assessed in accordance with competency-based assessment. To demonstrate competency in this course you will need to complete the following pieces of assessment to a satisfactory standard.
|Assessments||Activity||Commencement Week||Assessment due|
|1||Terminology -TEST||Week 1||Week 4|
|2||Yoke Skirt-Complete project. Observation and questioning||Week 7||Week 9|
|3||Torso Block Complete project. Observation and questioning||Week 13||Week 16|
Results that apply to courses that are delivered and assessed in accordance with competency-based assessment are:
CA: Competency Achieved
NYC: Not Yet Competent
DNS: Did not Submit for Assessment
The assessment matrix demonstrates alignment of assessment tasks with the relevant unit of competency. These matrices are available through the Program Coordinator.
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Cover Sheet for Submissions:
You must complete and sign a submission cover sheet for every piece of submitted work, including online submissions.
Your learning experience will involve class-based teaching, discussion, demonstration and practical exercises
It is strongly advised that you attend all timetabled sessions. This will allow you to engage in the required learning activities, ensuring you the maximum opportunity to complete this course successfully.
You will receive feedback on all your work. Where relevant, this feedback will also include suggestions on how you can proceed to the next stage of developing your projects.
Monitoring academic progress is an important enabling and proactive strategy designed to assist you in achieving your learning potential.
Adjustments to Assessment (eg. applying for an extension of time):
If you are unable to complete any piece of assessment satisfactorily by the due date, you can choose to apply for an adjustment to your assessment. RMIT University offers a range of adjustments designed to support you in your studies, including an extension of time to complete the assessment.
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Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning:
Credit transfer is the recognition of previously completed formal learning (an officially accredited qualification).
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment process that allows you to demonstrate competence using the skills you have gained through experience in the workplace, voluntary work, informal or formal training or other life experiences.
Recognition of Current Competency (RCC) RCC applies only if you have previously successfully demonstrated competence in a unit of competency, and now require to be reassessed to ensure that the competence is being maintained.
Please speak to your teacher if you wish to discuss applying for Credit Transfer, RPL, or RCC for the unit(s) of competency addressed in this course.
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