Introduction to Shoemaking
This course consists of 3 units taken from Certificate III"Footwear Production (LMT30707) and is designed for students who want to learn the basic skills of traditional shoemaking.
Successful students will obtain a "Statement of Attainment" which is NOT the full Certificate III. (Currently this Certificate consists of 18 units). VTP113 will look into the very basics of Shoemaking starting with assembling a flat heeled basic style like a mule/ slip-on shoe made to fit the student. Beginners classes will run once or twice a week (depending on night class/ day class schedules) over the period of one term (7 weeks) starting with term one in February 2009. Students need to know basic sewing techniques and need to feel confident using machinery including power tools. Shoemaking is a rather demanding trade and requires a certain amount of strength. Students who have successfully completed this programme can enrol into the "Intermediate" and the "Advanced" shoe classes.
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Start date
150 nominal hours
Length
6 months
Price
$9.45 per nominal hour
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Not Specified
Course Level
Short Course
Start date
150 nominal hours
Length
6 months
Price
$9.45 per nominal hour
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Not Specified
Course Level
Short Course
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Start date
150 nominal hours
Length
6 months
Price
$9.45 per nominal hour
Delivery Mode
On Campus
Study Type
Part Time
Subject Area
Not Specified
Course Level
Short Course