Lessons are staged at the following three times
70 HOURS OF THEORETICAL-PRACTICAL TECHNIQUES
The seamstress, a figure with strong bargaining power, highly sought after in the production sector
The figure of the pattern maker is a fundamental figure to move from tailoring to product industrialization, but today the need is also felt for another profession: the prototypist seamstress. The seamstress who works in an atelier or company, must know how to put together a dress, a shirt, an outerwear garment, but also know the materials, finishes, accessories and the various stages of product development.
This figure, once professionally trained, has a strong bargaining power and is much sought after in the production sector. The courses, held in small classes of up to five students, require an attendance of at most two or three days per week with a duration that can vary according to personal needs and characteristics, with the possibility of enrolment at any time during the school year with a semi-customized program.
The work done during lessons is all hands-on, with the aim of being able to create any type of dress on paper and on fabric, and is carried out on life size (not scale) measurements.
From the outset, each lesson includes manual exercises on technical drawing, cutting, hand and machine sewing.
The course permits acquiring technical knowledge in the field of haute-couture artisan dressmaking, initially by studying 1/5 scale models and then in real size; the first works will be made on paper, then in fabric.
At the end of the course, each student will make a garment of their choice.
Study of the shapes through the creation of skirts and trousers, then paper models of bodices, bustier, shirts, sleeves, collars and dresses.
Handmade and industrial sewing techniques. Made-to-measure basic skirts and trousers. Making bustier, shirts and dresses./p>
Study of textile commodities.
SIZE DEVELOPMENT TECHNIQUES
Transformation of a basic size into multiple sizes through the use of artisanal and industrial manufacturing methods.
TIMES AND METHODS
Study of the industrial productive aspect through the organization of times and methodology.
330 HOURS OF HANDS-ON TRAINING
The hands-on training is the most important part of the professional course of IGA Italian haute couture: it is performed inside renowned companies, carefully selected by the school management.
An aptitude interview makes it possible to understand the student's needs and motivations, useful for his or her correct placement in the different partner structures. Training attendance is flexible to meets the student's commitments, bearing in mind that weekly attendance (morning or afternoon) cannot be less than three working days and in any case cannot last more than 3 months.
An expert inside the company becomes the tutor of the IGA student, accompanying him/her along an evolutionary teaching path that goes from basic preparation to details.
At the end of training, the IGA diploma is awarded, a passepartout for the world of work, as well as certifying the student's attendance at the course. It therefore represents true recognition of the experience acquired.
Piazza Fernando De Lucia, 37
Via Speciano, 56/a
Atelier d’Alta Moda Paola D’Onofrio
Viale di Trastevere, 248, Roma
Habitus Sarti in Roma
Via Ventiquattro Maggio, 46, Roma
Via Venti Settembre, 122, Roma
Elvira Gramano Atelier
Stilista: Elvira Gramano
Via Salandra, 6
Anna Tumas Atelier Sposa
Stilista: Anna Tumas
Via Archiano, 2
Stilista: Cinzia Ferri
Chiara Valentini Atelier
Stilista: Chiara Valentini
Sartoria Duilio Ambrosi
Via Campo Marzio, 80 -Roma-
Via Grossi Gondi Felice, 37 Roma
FIND A JOB
Job Placement both in Rome and abroad
At the end of the course, the Academy helps its students to find a job in their specific training sector, thanks to the JOB PLACEMENT office, both in Rome and abroad. This includes drawing up a CV and sending weekly newsletters with the best job offers.
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