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In addition to our certificate, diploma and degree programs, the Wilson School of Design provides relevant, quality educational programming for a variety of learners. Our courses are taught by our qualified faculty and industry professionals. We offer a range of courses, workshops, seminars and programs of study to help you achieve your goals.

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Continuing & Professional Studies Courses for High School Teachers and General Interest – KPU Richmond Campus


Saturday, October 13 - Saturday, November 17 - FSDP 9015 | Rework Commercial Patterns and Make Them Fit

Learn new easy-to-teach techniques to manipulate commercial patterns. Sew prototypes on industrial sewing machines and experiment with fit for different body types during group fittings. Participants will learn great new drafting and construction techniques that they can use to create lesson plans. This course also includes an excursion to visit industry fabric/notion wholesale suppliers.

Cost: $577.50 + GST CRN 80259
Instructor: Heather Clark

8:00 am - 3:40 pm SATURDAYS ONLY

Saturday October 13th 

Saturday October 20th

Saturday October 27th

Saturday November 3rd

Saturday November 10th

Saturday November 17th

Wilson School of Design, Richmond Campus, Room 3920
5600 Kwantlen Street, Richmond, BC



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Friday September 28 - Monday December 31 - FSDP 9920 | Open Lab: Freshtec

Registered students will have access to designated labs in the school of design for individual and group project work. Training level on all specialty machinery must be reviewed in order for use of any machine, and all policies and procedures of the School of Design and its labs must be strictly adhered to.

If you have not been trained on a machine (laser cutter, 3D printer, etc) but would like access, you will be required to pay for training. All materials must be supplied by the student, no materials will be provided except thread(fabric, paper, notions, feet + bobbins, tools will not be provided, must be brought in by student). Machine maintenance will be taken care of after-hours or during select hours of work, and on-demand help will not be provided as this is independently driven work.
Students must present valid student ID card to gain entry to this course as rooms will be restricted to only those who have registered.

Cost: $210.00 + GST CRN 80251
Instructor: TBA

8:00 am - 9:20 pm WEEKDAYS ONLY

Wilson School of Design, Richmond Campus, Rooms 0965, 4940
5600 Kwantlen Street, Richmond, BC

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