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FREE FASHION TRAINING PROGRAM AT GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE

FREE FASHION TRAINING PROGRAM AT GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE

We are still looking for participants for our fashion based training program that is free to participants. The Fashion Exchange program will train participants to work in either FASHION FIT or POWER SEWING. In Fashion Fit they learn to recognize good clothing fit, fit problems and how to correct them. In Power Sewing they learn to operate sewing equipment and to assemble garments for production.

This is a 16-week program for youth ages 18-29 including a 4 week industry work placement.

*All tuition and materials are free to participants.

The program start date is:

  • January 4 – April 22, 2016

We will hold information sessions at our Casa Loma campus, 160 Kendal Ave. Rm 317 on the following dates:

Day Date Time Location Address
Monday October 26 12:00-3:30pm Casa Loma Campus Career Centre 160 Kendal Ave, Rm 317
Friday October 30 11:30am – 1:30pm Casa Loma Campus Career Centre 160 Kendal Ave, Rm 317
Monday November 2 2:30 – 4:30pm Casa Loma Campus Career Centre 160 Kendal Ave, Rm 317
Friday November 6 2:30 – 4:30pm Casa Loma Campus Career Centre 160 Kendal Ave, Rm 317
Friday November 13 1:30 – 3:30pm Casa Loma Campus Career Centre 160 Kendal Ave, Rm 317
Monday November 16 1:30 – 3:30pm Casa Loma Campus Career Centre 160 Kendal Ave, Rm 317

For more info or to RSVP for the info session contact the Community Partnerships Office at (416) 415-5000 ext. 3100 or email: cpoffice@georgebrown.ca

Interested participants can apply online for the program at: www.georgebrown.ca/cpo/fxgbc

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Please pass this great opportunity along to your networks!

Kevin Ferrie
Program Support
Community Partnerships Office
George Brown College
264B Adelaide Street East
416-415-5000 x3714

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