C6165 - Advanced Diploma of Textile Design and Development

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RMIT program code: C6165
Plan name: Advanced Diploma of Textile Design and Development
Plan code: C6165
National Program Code: MST60219
Campus: Brunswick Campus
Full-Time Duration: 1 Year
Minimum Nominal Hours: 2740
CRICOS code: 0100763

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2021 Enrolment Program Structure

This qualification requires the completion of the following:

  C6165 Courses
 

Please note: To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff and in response to State and Commonwealth government coronavirus (COVID-19) advice, from 22 March 2020 RMIT suspended all face-to-face learning and face-to-face teaching activities on its Australian campuses. RMIT is committed to supporting its students with studying from home arrangements via online learning until further notice. Face-to-face learning will resume as soon as feasible and students will be supported to make this transition.

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C6165 Courses

C6165 Advanced Diploma Textile Design and Development has one full time group:

TX2A - full time group

The section code for the Advanced Diploma Textile Design and Development program is listed and highlighted above. You have been allocated to a group, you will only see classes belonging to one group. For example TX2A is the section code for the TD&D Advanced Diploma group. The section code listed here belongs to the Advanced Diploma Textile Design and Development program. Please do not select a different section code from the one listed here when selecting your courses in Enrolment online (EOL). If for any reason, such as work commitments, you need to alter your enrolment, please contact your Program Coordinator and seek their academic advice. If you do not see courses pre-selected for your group, please contact us via the RMIT Connect Student Portal for further advice before proceeding with your enrolment:

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C6165 Core Units - Select ALL Fifteen (15) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Identify fibres, fabrics and textiles used in the TCF industry (MSTGN2013)80MIET7614CBrunswick Campus1681 (TX1A)
1692 (TX1B)
Identify quality and types of textile fibres, yarns and fabrics (MSTTX3001)50VART6449CBrunswick Campus1682 (TX1A)
1693 (TX1B)
Analyse textile design influences (MSTTD4007)100VART6450CBrunswick Campus1677 (TX1A)
1688 (TX1B)
Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices (MSMENV272)30EASC5069CBrunswick Campus1592 (TX1A)
1615 (TX1B)
1667 (F2)
Assist in the development of textile designs (MSTTD4009)50VART6453CBrunswick Campus1673 (TX1A)
1684 (TX1B)
Analyse use of colour in textiles (MSTTD4012)30VART6455CBrunswick Campus1676 (TX1A)
1687 (TX1B)
Prepare stencils and screens for textile printing (MSTTD4002)60MANU7392CBrunswick Campus1690 (TX1B)1599 (TX1A)
Analyse TCF merchandising and marketing principles (MSTGN4004)60MKTG7998CBrunswick Campus1800 (TXPT)1596 (TX1A)
1621 (TX1B)
Implement and monitor WHS and environmental systems in the workplace (MSTGN4010)50OHTH5967CBrunswick Campus1587 (TX1A)
1604 (TX1B)
Develop textile designs using computer-based design programs (MSTTD5007)100ISYS7574CBrunswick Campus1814 (TX2A)
Develop textile designs and specifications (MSTTD5008)60VART6458CBrunswick Campus1815 (TX2A)
Analyse fashion industry textiles to guide commercial development (MSTFD6009)60GRAP5395CBrunswick Campus1687 (TX2A)
Research commercial development of textiles (MSTTD6001)80GRAP5396CBrunswick Campus1688 (TX2A)
Identify opportunities in the TCF market (MSTGN5008)70YesMKTG8001CBrunswick Campus1691 (TX2A)
AND

C6165 Group 1 Elective Units - Select Twenty-Seven (27) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Apply electronic systems to textile design and production (MSTTD6002)80YesISYS7575CBrunswick Campus1816 (TX2A)
Develop a textile product range (MSTTD6003)60GRAP5397CBrunswick Campus1685 (TX2A)
Develop and implement a sales or marketing strategy for fashion or textile items (MSTGN6001)60MKTG8003CBrunswick Campus1694 (TX2A)
Produce knitted textile samples (MSTTD4001)80VART6451CBrunswick Campus1691 (TX1B)1584 (TX1A)
Produce woven textile samples (MSTTD4003)80VART6452CBrunswick Campus1678 (TX1A)1623 (TX1B)
1673 (TXPT)
Apply manipulation techniques to create experimental textile samples (MSTTD4010)60VART6454CBrunswick Campus1679 (TX1A)
1803 (TXPT)
1602 (TX1B)
Source textile materials and resources (MSTTD4006)20MANU7394CBrunswick Campus1591 (TX1A)
1614 (TX1B)
Present and promote textile design concepts (MSTTD4008)50MKTG7999CBrunswick Campus1589 (TX1A)
1608 (TX1B)
Produce screen printed textiles (MSTTD4005)80MANU7393CBrunswick Campus1689 (TX1B)1598 (TX1A)
Select dyes and develop dye specification and recipe for production (MSTTX4004)60MANU7395CBrunswick Campus1597 (TX1A)
1622 (TX1B)
1670 (TXPT)
Produce computer-aided textile design folios (MSTTD5010)100ISYS5694CBrunswick Campus1590 (TX1A)
1611 (TX1B)
Design and produce experimental textiles (MSTTD5004)120VART6463CBrunswick Campus1817 (TX2A)
Cost production of fashion and textile designs (MSTFD5027)40BUSM8872CBrunswick Campus1680 (TX2A)
Estimate costs for development of textile designs (MSTTD4011)20BUSM8006CBrunswick Campus1681 (TX2A)
Exhibit textile designs or products (MSTTD5006)50VART6464CBrunswick Campus1682 (TX2A)
Develop drawing skills (CUADRA201)50VART6457CBrunswick Campus1674 (TX1A)
1685 (TX1B)
Produce drawings to communicate ideas (CUAACD301)80VART6456CBrunswick Campus1675 (TX1A)
1686 (TX1B)
Operate computing technology in a TCF workplace (MSTGN2014)50MIET7615CBrunswick Campus1683 (TX1A)
1694 (TX1B)
1899 (F2)
Select raw materials (MSTTX3008)40MANU7396CBrunswick Campus1680 (TX1A)
1804 (TXPT)
1603 (TX1B)
Market design product to local outlets (MSTFD3001)30MKTG8000CBrunswick Campus1799 (TXPT)1595 (TX1A)
1620 (TX1B)
Coordinate quality assurance for TCF products and services (MSTGN5010)40BUSM8871CBrunswick Campus1594 (TX1A)
1619 (TX1B)
Work safely (MSMWHS200)30OHTH5963CBrunswick Campus1766 (F1)1588 (TX1A)
1605 (TX1B)
Apply quality standards (MSS402051)30MIET7602CBrunswick Campus1764 (F1)1593 (TX1A)
1618 (TX1B)
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C6165 Group 2 Elective Units - Select One (1) Course

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Perform industrial sewing on textile products (MSTTX2009)50GRAP5399CBrunswick Campus1820 (TX2A)
Interact and network with fashion industry participants (MSTFD4006)80EMPL7114CBrunswick Campus1818 (TX2A)
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C6165 Group 3 Elective Units - Select Two (2) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Design and produce knitted textile products (MSTTD5001)120YesVART6465CBrunswick Campus1695 (TX2A)
Design and produce printed textiles (MSTTD5005)120MANU7403CBrunswick Campus1699 (TX2A)
Design and produce woven products (MSTTD5003)120YesVART6466CBrunswick Campus1696 (TX2A)
 

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Program Coordinator

Telephone: Program Coordinator (03) 9925 9232

Email: Betty.Kanzurovski@rmit.edu.au

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