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      Gerber Accumark 3-Day Course for Beginners

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      The Gerber Accumark digital pattern making course for beginners takes place at the Fashion Technology Academy, Unit 13/14 Crusader Estate, 167 Hermitage Road, London N4 1LZ, over three-days.

      The 15-hour course will provide learners with the skills required for today’s fashion production workplace and is led by Ben Cooper, an industry experienced tutor.

      Previous Gerber learner Emily said: “I used to work as a tailor in E.Tautz and Ozwald Boateng on Savile Row and now I am working as a freelance Pattern Cutter for Simone Rocha. I see more industries require CAD pattern cutters than manual pattern cutters, so I realized I needed to learn these new techniques.”

      The course includes the following:

      + PowerPoint presentation explaining Gerber AccuMark, the basics of lines, points, how the computer recognises pieces and AccuMark Explorer the filing system.

      + Digitising.

      + Pattern input using the digitiser/puck.

      + Pattern Design.

      + Introducing the key Gerber functions and processes for pattern drafting and pattern modifications.

      + Setting up work space.

      + 15 functions to master from day one.

      + Demonstrations of 100+ frequently used functions and how we implement them.

      + AccuMark Explorer.

      + Saving, moving, copying and re-naming pieces.

      + Looking at the various file components.

      + Exercises.

      + Putting the digital pattern making functions to use, a series of exercises putting into use many of the functions and understanding how to execute them.

      The next three-day course is scheduled for Wednesday 7th, Thursday 8th & Friday 9th April 2021 and costs £499.00

      Click here to book now.

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