The Apparel Training and Design Centre (ATDC), India’s largest quality vocational training provider for the apparel sector hosted a part of admission awareness campaign for the BVoc courses in Apparel Manufacturing and Entrepreneurship, Fashion Design and Retail and will be organising free creative workshops at ATDC centres across the country. The first workshop will be held on April, 28, 2017 at ATDC Gurgaon. The main aim of the workshops is to enhance knowledge and creativity of fashion and develop interest on creating decorative textile and other articles. According to the company nowadays, a lot of pattern designs are now done using computer supported design software packages. The one-day creative workshop on ‘Fashion Going Digital’ will also focus on the impact of digital media in fashion. The unique ‘machine and man’ combination for a better look and feel of fashion designs will go a long way now.
From fashion design to apparel manufacturing, digital interference will be the key element for successful business. With the popularity of computer aided workflows a lot of fashion designers have started using computer graphic software packages to develop designs. In the apparel manufacturing sector also one can see numerous new techniques being executed.
The B.Voc courses at ATDC centres are regular Bachelor of Vocational Education program which is jointly offered by ATDC and Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD).