Course Title: TCF Industry Studies 2

Part A: Course Overview

Course ID: 029985

Program: C5112

Course Title: TCF Industry Studies 2

Portfolio: DSC

Nominal Hours: 80.0

Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.

Course Code




Learning Mode

Teaching Period(s)


Brunswick Campus


350T Fashion & Textiles


Term1 2007

Course Contact: Anna Cavaleri

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 9138

Course Contact Email:

Course Description

To provide learners with skills and knowledge to:

• Apply skills acquired throughout the course within a TCF organization
• Adapt to diverse working situations within the TCF environment
• Evaluate situations within the work place and develop the ability for critical thinking and reflective skills
• Work within a team environment within the TCF industry
• Work, gain and foster life long learning skills
• Identifying opportunities and pursuing gaining full time employment.

Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities


National Competency Codes and Titles


Est & Manage Effective Wkpl Relationships 02/2


BSXFMI503A/01 Gather, convey and receive information and ideas

BSXFMI503A/02 Develop trust and confidence

BSXFMI503A/03 Build and maintain networks and relationships

BSXFMI503A/04 Manage difficulties to achieve positive outcomes


Dev/Present Des Concpt/s Wthn Specfd Gdlns 05/5


LMTPDCL05A/01 Research fashion and garment

LMTPDCL05A/02 Generate and select initial concepts in consultation with others

LMTPDCL05A/03 Develop design concepts and details in consultation with others

LMTPDCL05A/04 Cost range/garment in conjunction with production area

LMTPDCL05A/05 Maintain records


Contr to the Dev of Products or Processes 04/4


LMTPDHL04A/01 Interpret provisional specifications

LMTPDHL04A/02 Participate in feasibility studies

LMTPDHL04A/03 Assist in developing/engineering product

LMTPDHL04A/04 Conduct trials

LMTPDHL04A/05 Analyse and interpret results

LMTPDHL04A/06 Report results and maintain records


Provide Global Operations Support 03/3


LMTPRGN14A/01 Identify requirements for efficient global production/marketing

LMTPRGN14A/02 Implement requirements for efficient global production

LMTPRGN14A/03 Monitor global production operations

LMTPRGN14A/04 Assist in the implementation of improvements to global production

LMTPRGN14A/05 Interpret global marketing data

LMTPRGN14A/06 Assist in the implementation of improvements to global marketing operations

LMTPRGN14A/07 Maintain records


Devlp & Implement a Sales or Mktg Plan 07/7


LMTSMGN01A/01 Analyse business goals and market trends

LMTSMGN01A/02 Establish strategic directions

LMTSMGN01A/03 Develop a sales or marketing plan

LMTSMGN01A/04 Implement and monitor sales or marketing plan

LMTSMGN01A/05 Conduct plan review

LMTSMGN01A/06 Maintain records

Learning Outcomes

Refer to other sections of guide

Overview of Assessment

1. Workplace Log documenting tasks undertaken and skills required
2. Workplace Summary.
3. Curriculum Vitae: A draft copy and a final CV in hard copy.

Assessment timeline: Progressive assessments including journal and report