Sewn Products Training: Sewing Program for COVID Response – Feb-Mar, 2021

$150.00

 

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is in high demand, with masks and other sewn products needed to fight the spread of COVID-19. Sewn Products manufacturers have mobilized to meet the demand. This workshop will provide practical guidance on various market segments, opportunities, and technical training in the sewn products industry.

  • Basic sewing skills
  • Basic cutting skills
  • Drafting a simple pattern
  • Reading measurements
  • Read and interpret pattern markings
  • Applying basic closure techniques

Following simple instructions to complete 2 projects

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Sewn Products Industry Training: Manufacturing Program for COVID Response

 

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is in high demand, with masks and other sewn products needed to fight the spread of COVID-19. Sewn Products manufacturers have mobilized to meet the demand. This workshop will provide practical guidance on various market segments, opportunities, and technical training in the sewn products industry.

    • Basic sewing skills
    • Basic cutting skills
    • Drafting a simple pattern
    • Reading measurements
    • Read and interpret pattern markings
    • Applying basic closure techniques

Following simple instructions to complete 2 projects

 

To complete this training program, attendees will receive further hands-on technical training on industry equipment.

Please note: $150 materials fee for the technical training will be required.

Online Dates & Times:

  • (Part 1) Feb 23rd, 2021, Tuesday, 9:30-11am
  • (Part 2) Mar 2nd, 2021, Tuesday, 9:30-11am

Technical Skills Training Lab Dates & Times:

  • (Part 1) Mar 16th, 2021 Tuesday, 0930 am – 1230 pm OR 1:30-4:30 pm
  • (Part 2) Mar 30th, 2021, Tuesday 0930 am – 1230 pm OR 1:30-4:30 pm
  • (Part 3) Mar 2nd, 2021, Tuesday, 0930 am – 1230 pm OR 1:30-4:30 pm

**The sign up instructions for the lab dates will be provided in the webinar**

The technical skills training will be limited to groups of 5 or less at the Sewn Products Lab at Synbyo.