10428NAT - Diploma of Styling (Fashion, Image and Media)

Full Time Course Dates:

  • Brisbane: Monday the 19th of February 2018: 9:00AM - 3:30PM
  • Gold Coast: Monday the 19th of February 2018: 9:00AM - 3:30PM

Part Time Course Dates:

Courses are subject to sufficient student numbers. Insufficient numbers will result in cancellation (10 days prior) and students will be notified by phone and email.

If the dates above are not suitable, you can always register interest and you will be notified of any new dates when they are added.

 

Fashion Styling is now a popularised and emerging career path within the Australian and global fashion industry. A Fashion Stylist typically sources and organises outfits and accessories for a diversity of clients. However, there is much more to a career in Fashion Styling than being able to put together an outfit.

Stylists require a wide range of contemporary skills including strong organisational, communication and networking skills, have a creative flair and eye for design and must stay up to date with the current fashion trends. Fashion Stylists generally work freelance, although Stylists can be employed by fashion labels, shopping centres, retail stores, publishing companies, model and advertising agencies, event management companies, just to name a few.

 

Throughout the year students participate in fashion photo-shoots in studio and on location including flat lays, editorial, and commercial. Students will work closely with celebrated industry photographers. Students partake in photo walks, wardrobe audits, fashion workshops, fashion market days and client makeovers, as well as an etiquette lunch and organise a large-scale runway parade. Practical excursions and guest speakers are also consistently planned into the yearly program. Guest speakers last year included Liz Golding, Georgia Rostagno (Brisbane Fashion Stylist), Joel Richy (Joel Richy Cosmetics), Sarah Hatten-Masterson, Nick & Aicha (The Great Beyond), Tracey Mathers (Entrepreneur & Mentor - develop the star within) and many more.

Upon finalisation of their diploma, students will have created a large digital styling portfolio to show future clients and employers and add a diverse set of new resume experiences. They will have also created extensive networking and communication book of contacts and form strong friendships with their peers.  Graduating students will feel confident creating rapport with clients and industry professionals. They will have cemented a strong fashion identity and understand the ever changing industry and have built strong personal and presenting skills.

Stylists may work in the following fields:

Editorial Styling

Commercial Styling

Personal Styling & Image Consulting

Personal Shopping

Corporate Styling

Retail Fashion Styling

Visual Merchandising

Celebrity Styling

Runway Styling

Music Videos and Concert Performances

Movie and TV Styling

Costume Styling

Interior Styling

Food Styling

Click here to see and read about some of our students' adventures on our blog, or read our magazine, Artista.

Qualification & Units of Competency

Course Code: 10428NAT

Students who successfully complete the course will receive the nationally recognised Diploma of Styling (Fashion, Image & Media) (10428NAT) qualification. This course is accredited under the Australian Qualifications Training Framework.

To check our accreditation details click here.

 

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Have your experience recognised and increase your employment prospects by enrolling in Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Through RPL you could reduce the duration of your studies. Get the recognition you deserve and enquire about RPL today.

RPL assessed on a case by case basis, so it is only available on application. Students will be charged $200 per unit of competency.

Course Duration:

Full Time: The course runs 2 days a week on-campus and 1 day off-campus (supervised study) over 1 year, 9am - 3:30pm Brisbane Mon-Tue, Gold Coast Wed-Thu

Part Time: 3 Years part time, one day per week 9.00am - 3.30pm.

Term Dates

Click on the arrows below to go forward or backward through each intake's term dates. Please note that term dates are subject to change, please contact us to confirm future dates if required.

Gold Coast Full Time

February INTAKE 2018

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
19th Feb 18
29th Mar 18
Term 2
16th Apr 18
27th Jun 18
Term 3
16th Jul 18
19th Sep 18
Term 4
8th Oct 18
5th Dec 18

July INTAKE 2017

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
12th Jul 17
14th Sep 17
Term 2
4th Oct 17
7th Dec 17
Term 3
31st Jan 18
29th Mar 18
Term 4
11th Apr 18
24th May 18

March INTAKE 2017

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
20th Mar 17
7th Apr 17
Term 2
18th Apr 17
23rd Jun 17
Term 3
3rd Jul 17
22nd Sep 17
Term 4
3rd Oct 17
15th Dec 17

February INTAKE 2016

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
29th Feb 16
24th Mar 16
Term 2
4th Apr 16
24th Jun 16
Term 3
11th Jul 16
16th Sep 16
Term 4
4th Oct 16
9th Dec 16

March INTAKE 2015

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
9th Mar 15
8th May 15
Term 2
18th May 15
17th Jul 15
Term 3
3rd Aug 15
2nd Oct 15
Term 4
19th Oct 15
18th Dec 15
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Brisbane Full Time

February INTAKE 2018

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
19th Feb 18
29th Mar 18
Term 2
16th Apr 18
27th Jun 18
Term 3
16th Jul 18
19th Sep 18
Term 4
8th Oct 18
5th Dec 18

March INTAKE 2017

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
20th Mar 17
7th Apr 17
Term 2
18th Apr 17
23rd Jun 17
Term 3
3rd Jul 17
22nd Sep 17
Term 4
3rd Oct 17
15th Dec 17

November INTAKE 2016

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
14th Nov 16
16th Dec 16
Term 2
9th Jan 17
7th Apr 17
Term 3
18th Apr 17
23rd Jun 17
Term 4
10th Jul 17
31st Aug 17

July INTAKE 2016

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
25th Jul 16
16th Sep 16
Term 2
4th Oct 16
9th Dec 16
Term 3
30th Jan 17
31st Mar 17
Term 4
18th Apr 17
16th Jun 17

February INTAKE 2016

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
29th Feb 16
24th Mar 16
Term 2
4th Apr 16
24th Jun 16
Term 3
11th Jul 16
16th Sep 16
Term 4
4th Oct 16
9th Dec 16

March INTAKE 2015

 
STARTS
ENDS
Term 1
9th Mar 15
8th May 15
Term 2
18th May 15
17th Jul 15
Term 3
3rd Aug 15
2nd Oct 15
Term 4
19th Oct 15
18th Dec 15
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Course Fees

Upon enrolling in the course, the student (and guarantor/s) becomes liable to the institute for the full course fees.

Diploma of Styling (Fashion, Image & Media):

Full Course Cost (Payment Plan): $12,000.00
  • Balance paid in weekly direct debit instalments (with integraPAY) over course duration: $11,000.00

All learning resources and equipment will be provided for the student during their course of study

Financial Assistance

Eligible students may be able to apply to Centrelink for either Youth Allowance (for full-time students aged 16 to 24) or Austudy (for full-time students aged 25 years or over). For more information visit the Centrelink website.

Looking for course financing options? Check out some of the options available here.

Additional Costs:

  • Student ID Card: $25
  • Printing & photocopying by student.

Required Equipment

Students will need the following equipment for completion of the course:

  • A Laptop Computer is required for this course - see detailed requirements below
  • Basic stationary
  • USB Thumb drive - 2GB minimum recommended
  • A digital camera is highly recommended (not compulsory)
  • Students may also choose to purchase clothing, props and additional products for use in their photoshoots - as selected and desired by the student.
  • Student (kits/ course supplies) are available for purchase through the college

LAPTOP / NOTEBOOK MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Students accepted into the program will be required to have a laptop computer with a wireless network connection. The following minimum specifications are required:

  • Wireless 802.11a/b/g/n
  • Minimum 4Gb RAM
  • 2.5Ghz or faster processor
  • Web Browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari) (free online)
  • Anti-Virus Software.
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader (free online)
  • Adobe Creative Suite - Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator
  • Microsoft Office 2007 or higher (Students require Word, Excel and Powerpoint).

* Please check software manufacturers minimum system requirements. Student pricing available.

Applications

Domestic Students Only

Application and Enrolment Process:

  1. Attend an interview at the college and complete an interview test - phone (07) 55 938 335 to arrange your interview. (If you live outside the South East Qld Region and are unable to attend an interview, contact us to have the application forms posted to you).
  2. Fill out and return the Application Form (this can be completed at the interview).
  3. Students will recieve their acceptance/non-acceptance letter and enrolment pack in the mail - including enrolment form, payment plan forms and the student handbook.
  4. After reading the student handbook and enrolment forms, students who wish to enrol must submit the enrolment form with the course deposit to secure their position in the course.

Next Course Start Dates

Full Time Course Dates:

  • Brisbane: Monday the 19th of February 2018: 9:00AM - 3:30PM
  • Gold Coast: Monday the 19th of February 2018: 9:00AM - 3:30PM

Part Time Course Dates:

Courses are subject to sufficient student numbers. Insufficient numbers will result in cancellation (10 days prior) and students will be notified by phone and email.

If the dates above are not suitable, you can always register interest and you will be notified of any new dates when they are added.


Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Have your experience recognised and increase your employment prospects by enrolling in Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Through RPL you could reduce the duration of your studies. Get the recognition you deserve and enquire about RPL today.

RPL assessed on a case by case basis, so it is only available on application. Students will be charged $200 per unit of competency.

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