With Fibre2Fashion as its marketing partner, Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC) is organising training courses to impart sound understanding of colouration, colour management, and colour fastness. The courses, providing in-depth knowledge and a firm grounding in fabric colouration, would be beneficial for designers, manufactures, retailers and brands.
Being organised in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, the 1-3 days training would help candidates get first-hand experience in assessing colours, become acquainted with techniques of application and machinery, get a fundamental understanding of the interaction between fabric and colours, and develop an in-depth knowledge of the colouration tests.
Thereby, those who have undergone training would be able to take well-informed decisions regarding colouration techniques, and thus gain the ability to become an authoritative figure in the colouration industry.
The 3-day training on colour management is a new certificate aimed at anyone who works with colour and is involved, either directly or indirectly, with its efficient control and effective communication. Devoted to best practice, the three modules will lead students through the process of colour management in the supply chain to ensure customers achieve the ‘right colour’.
The modules are designed to provide knowledge and expertise in a number of key areas while focusing on topics of direct concern when working with colour. Developed by the world’s leading provider of colour qualifications, the diploma is intended to provide knowledge, enhance career prospects and provide a stepping stone to Chartered Colourist status – the ultimate accolade for colourists everywhere.
The courses on ISO Colour Fastness train individuals to deliver the right colour, to the right place, at the right time and of the right quality. SDC currently offers two courses on Colour Fastness to ISO standard test methods in the ISO 105 series—Competence of colour fastness, and Appreciation of colour fastness. Both are intended to provide knowledge, enhance career prospects for the candidate while for the employer providing the peace of mind that all tests are being carried out by a trained person.
The one-day training on Colouration is aimed at anyone who works with textiles and is involved, either directly or indirectly, with its colouration. Designed to help people work, think and learn more effectively, this course focuses on the different fibres available and the techniques used to colour them. This course provides the basic knowledge to ensure that everyone in the supply chain knows about colouration and talk the same language. (RKS)
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