Supervisors

A range of courses dealing with different perspectives of quality within the clothing industry

  • A Quality outline & the importance of quality,
  • Identify the customer & the effect upon quality,
  • Design and pattern importance to the principles of quality,
  • Operation Breakdown – why, how, when,
  • Garment Specification,
  • Pre-production issues – including Red & Black seals
  • Stitch Types & Seam Classes,
  • Machine settings to ensure stitch conformity,
  • Common stitching faults common defects and possible solutions as well as critical areas of quality,
  • Housekeeping,
  • Those influencing quality standards & their responsibilities,
  • Discipline in Quality – record and report,
  • Roving Quality Control,
  • Methodology behind checking garments for quality faults & practical exercises,
  • End line examination & inspection,
  • Auditing,
  • Quality Appraisal,
  • Quality Circles.

These aspects of value added learner input to the course are considered to be vitally important, in order for the learner to glean a better understanding of the material given.

The aim is to give as much information as possible without overloading the learner, and keeping an element of fun and unpredictability.

 
TRAINING PROGRAMS
  Work Study
  Supervisor Training
  Operator Training
  Production Managers
 
          End Line Examiners
          Supervisors
          Roving Quality
  Garment Engineering
  Health & Safety
  Behaviour