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  • Fashion Export Workshop 2013 - SYDNEY From the internet to highly detailed market research reports there is a plethora of information available to Fashion Exporters. Join the TFIA Export Cluster and get your export journey started ...
    Posted 28 May 2013 18:57 by Sarah conners
  • Licence to Print - NEW DATES! Want to be part of the Digital Print Clusters exciting LICENCE TO PRINT project? New dates have been announced for 2013. The first workshop will be held 13th February 2013 ...
    Posted 20 Jan 2013 21:18 by Sarah conners
  • Digital Print - You've got it Covered!  This half-day workshop is perfect for anyone thinking about getting started at developing digitally printed fabrics and garments, as well as those who have already been producing printed product ...
    Posted 12 Nov 2012 18:18 by Sarah conners
  • "Concept to Collection" GPO Installation The Design Cluster headed up by Jane of Jane Hayes Consulting and supported by the Council of Textile and Fashion Industries of Australia (TFIA) are happy to take you on ...
    Posted 22 Oct 2012 21:19 by Sarah conners
  • Digital Print Cluster - Licence to Print Workshops Join the TFIA Digital Print Cluster and become part of their exciting Licence to Print project. As a designer involved in this project you will have the opportunity to take ...
    Posted 22 Oct 2012 20:54 by Sarah conners
  • Craft Cubed - Artisan Open Day Melbourne Artisans in Fashion are opening up their studios to show their craft and skills to the public on Saturday 18 August. Come and visit any time between 11am-4pm ...
    Posted 5 Aug 2012 23:01 by Sarah conners
  • Design Cluster QR Code Window Project The TFIA Design Cluster has embarked on an exciting digital project connecting a selection of its designers to consumers via an interactive window located in the CBD. Launched on June ...
    Posted 12 Jun 2012 19:46 by Sarah conners
  • Re.Design. For a Sustainable Future. Textile & Fashion Hub Sustainability Forum Let’s re-think how we design and make a product. What can we do to re-duce the negative impact our industry has on ...
    Posted 3 Jun 2012 22:20 by Sarah conners
  • Tips & Traps for Successful Small Business Considered and effective operational strategies are the difference between a successful business and one that is just surviving.Hear from the experts regarding practical advice to effectively run a small ...
    Posted 22 May 2012 00:16 by Sarah conners
  • The Premier's NSW Export Awards The Premier's NSW Export Awards is an annual program which aims to recognise excellence in the export of goods and services by NSW business. The Awards acknowledge the important ...
    Posted 21 May 2012 21:44 by Sarah conners
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  • Bringing New Blood into the TCF Sector
    Hearing comments like
    “Our ‘young’ machinists are 45!” and ‘Cutters’ are like hens teeth!” from people out there in industry made Meriel Chamberlin realise that there was a desperate need to get some new blood flowing through the TCF manufacturing sector.
     
    Meriel, the TFIA Performance and Procurement Cluster host has teamed her cluster up with Brian Doyle from Career Keys to make a fully funded apprenticeship and traineeship program available to Queensland businesses.
     
    This means that businesses based in Queensland will now have the opportunity to build skills and capacity within their own company and the TCF industry without having to take on the traditional commitment that goes along with a trainee.
     
    To access this trainee program each business must have a certified supervisor for their trainee, no matter how much experience a potential supervisor may have it needs to be official. Creative Industries Skills Council (QLD) has stepped in to help source some funding through the Strategic Investment Fund to make this happen.
     

    Businesses can now access 70% Subsidised training for current workers.

    To access subsidised training businesses must register any owners and /or employees by July 31st 2013 and the training must be completed by December 31st 2013. Subsidised places are limited and will be offered on a first in first served basis.
     
    Career Keys and the TFIA Performance & Procurement Cluster, are working closely with Creative Industries Skills Council (QLD) and TCF Connect are working closely together to bring these new flexible and SME friendly opportunities businesses.
     

    To get more information about this program and download application forms visit the TFIA Performance & Procurement Cluster page.

    Posted 25 Jun 2013 23:54 by Sarah conners
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