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Short-term module

Skirt - Shirt - Dress - Jacket

Admission Requirements

For industry professionals. For those with prior experience in clothing manufacturing


8 weeks - 280 hours of training


5 000 € divisible into two payments (50% upon enrollment, 50% at least 1 month before the start of classes).

Perfecting Draping Techniques

This program is for students who have successfully completed the Foundation Year Intro to Technical Apparel Design diploma as well as clothing industry vocational high school or higher national vocational diploma graduates looking to upskill and perfect their competencies, or employees with prior experience in clothing assembly.

Upon completion of this program, the student will master varying draping techniques: skirts, blouses, dresses, jackets; to be able to craft a muslin prototype on a dress form and then transfer it to a pattern to create a fabric prototype.

The AICP provides students with the necessary tools and equipment: a specialized drafting table, a professional dress form, sewing machines, overlockers, and ironing equipment.


Average success rate
in the last 3 years


The average grade from
the 2021 intake


Training evaluation score by
Employment Center interns



Skirt module

  • Straight skirt and Italian pocket
  • Godet skirt with yoke
  • Asymmetric draped skirt

Shirt and dress module

  • Blouse with gathers, yoke, collar, and blouse sleeve
  • Princess cut blouse with transformable collar
  • Blouse with dart (tilted), double breasted with officer’s collar

Jacket module

  • Raglan jacket
  • Shoulder princess seam jacket
  • Jacket with dart (tilted)

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