AEC - Fashion, Arts & Design | NTC0Q | Fashion Design

The Fashion Design program (AEC) is designed for students looking for a concrete form in which to express their talent. It trains designers to conceive and create an original collection respecting predefined criteria and industry demands, and teaches them the full process involved in bringing a project to completion.

The Fashion Design courses are designed to stimulate the creativity and dexterity of the student and include content such as: designing apparel for various target markets, selecting fabrics, textures and colours, researching styles and concepts, developing marketing strategies etc.

Students will also be able to demonstrate their skills by putting together fashion shows, contests and final projects. This exciting adventure is made possible through partnership with experienced manufacturers and renowned designers. Students will have the opportunity to specialize in Menswear, Women's wear or Costumes.

Students must have a laptop or purchase one before beginning their studies. Standard or student license software must be installed when requested by teachers.

The following features are required for Macs and PCs:

  • Processor: Intel I5 minimum compatible with virtualization.
  • Memory: 4GB (8GB recommended, particularly for Illustrator)
  • Hard drive: 500 GB minimum
  • Screen: 14 inches minimum
  • Connectivity: WIFI and LAN
  • Ports: Minimum of one USB 3.0 port
  • Mouse (may be wireless)

Required software: Creative Cloud Suite and Office Suite or equivalent for Mac.

Also known as Co-op Program, the Work-Study Approach for Vocational and Technical Training allows you to work and get paid in your field of study. You can accummulate up to 6 months of professional experience before you actually graduate. The ATE mention (Alternance Travail-Études) will appear on your report card as well as on your diploma.

Each job period lasts anywhere between 8 to 16 weeks and happens during the summer break. The ATE is recognized by the ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (MEES).

Please consult the Work-Study Program section for more details.

  • Composition of simple garments
  • Assembling principles of simple garments
  • Graphic process application andvisual presentation
  • Study and utilization of raw materials
  • Work Task Management
  • Fashion phenomena
  • Composition of various garments
  • Assembling principles of various garments
  • Fashion concepts
  • Research of raw materials for theproduction of garments
  • Style Research by Draping
  • Garment Feasability
  • Composition of elaborated garment
  • Fashion and society
  • Style evaluation by draping
  • Distinct Fashion Concepts
  • Fashion products development
  • Garments Production
  • Technical Files Elaboration
  • Defining Characterixtics of a Collection
  • Detailed planning and prototypes
  • Trend Analysis and Presentation
  • Collection Elaboration and prototypes
  • Garment Evaluation
  • Planning and Production
  • Buying and selling of products and services
  • Production of the collection plan
  • Collection for target markets
  • Garment Evaluation
  • Garment construction and computer
  • Elaboration of the portfolio
  • Fashion promotion

Upon completion of this program, graduates will be able to make the most of their skills and work in a number of possible positions:

  • Fashion designer
  • Stylist
  • Pattern designer
  • Pattern maker
  • Costume designer or co-ordinator (for television, productions, theatre, magazines)
  • Props Person

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