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CAREER SHOWCASE: INTERIOR, COMMERCIAL AND FASHION DESIGNERS


Unit Number: 3336
Interior, Commercial and Fashion Designers plan, direct and undertake the creation of designs for interior and commercial products and new clothing and fashion accessories, combining aesthetic and utilitarian features.

Examples of titles classified in this unit

  • Designer
  • Dress Designer
  • Fashion Designer
  • Interior Decorator
  • Interior Designer
  • Typical Entry Routes
  • Associated Qualifications


Formal training in designing is desired although entry is possible without specific academic qualifications.

TASKS

  • Undertakes research to determine market trends or liaises with client to determine needs and cost;
  • Prepares patterns and sketches for interior decorating of homes, offices, clothing, fashion accessories including bags, hats, earrings, shoes;
  • Discusses designs with clients and makes any necessary alterations;
  • Oversees production of sample product.


Source: Barbados Standard Occupational Classification


Published: Wednesday, 21st May, 2008





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