Our Women’s Wear Alterations Specialist Course teaches you the professional techniques and skills required to alter, adjust and custom-fit all types of women’s readymade garments, from blouses to wedding dresses.

  • Easy to follow step by step videos
  • Inside tips and time-saving techniques from your professional tutor.
  • Aimed at those looking for jobs in professional alterations and repairs.
  • Learn online, anywhere (1), at your own pace.

ENROLL

  • Core Techniques: the key techniques for professional alterations, including preparing garments for alteration
  • Ladies Pant Hems: how to hem quickly and easily
  • Readymade Garment Repairs:foundation skills such as replacing buttons, and repairing seams
  • Simple Zipper Replacements: the skills for replacing zippers in ladies garments from gowns to everyday casual wear
  • Sleeve Hems and Shortening: how to shorten both lined and lined sleeves with ease.
  • Successful Skirt Hems: expert tips on professional level skirt hemming
  • Taper Side Seams:how to taper side seams on a lined jacket and blouses for a custom fit
  • Fabrics: different fabrics, how they are handled, and the difficulty levels when working with various fabrics (in printed manual)
  • Alterations Business:how to build a home alterations business from scratch (in printed manual)
  • Step-by-step videos providing easy-to-follow instructions for every alteration or repair you will need to work as a Ladies Wear Alterations Specialist.
  • Exclusive manuals and guide with easy-to-understand directions and images for each video.
  • Email access to an ‘alterations specialist’ if you need extra help
  • 3 years unlimited online access to all course materials (2)
  • Over 13 hours of easy to follow instruction videos with April
  • View anytime online, 24/7 after purchase

Enroll on the Women’s Wear Alterations Specialist Course and we’ll send you your Free gift, an exclusive Jackson Sewing Academy Custom Dual Surface Table-top Ironing Board worth $150.

One-off fee of just $750 + HST for unlimited online access.

ENROLL

  • Access to a sewing machine, preferably an industrial model
  • Standard sewing equipment including tailoring scissors, needles, chalk, etc.
  • Standard haberdashery supplies including thread, buttons, zips, etc., as required
  • A steam iron and ironing boarding
  • A clean space to work in
  • Access to the internet
  • A desire to learn!