Colour Management of Textiles

Colour Management of Textiles
Effective and efficient colour communication is the key to success and efficient in the fashion and textile industry to deliver the right colour, in the right place, at the right time.

Start

2018-07-14 - 09:30

End

2018-07-28 - 17:30

Address

G/F Seminar Room, Clothing Industry Training Authority (CITA) 63 Tai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay   View map

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This training course is developed by the world’s leading provider of colour qualifications – Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC), this course is intended to provide knowledge, enhance career prospects and provide a stepping stone to Chartered Colourists status – the ultimate accolade for colourists everywhere.

Who should attend – Specifiers, designers, buyers, garment technologists, fabric makers, dyers, garment makers and anyone who ensures colour is consistent from design to final garment.

Course Colour Management of Textiles
Date 14, 21 & 28 July 2018 (Saturday)
Time 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. (Total 3 lessons, 6 hours per lesson)
Venue G/F Seminar Room, Clothing Industry Training Authority (CITA)
63 Tai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay
Course Fee HK$8,200 per person (including all training materials)
This training programme is subsidized by the New Technology Training Scheme (NTTS) of the Vocational Training Council. The first 10 eligible applicants can apply for a training grant up to HK$3,000.00.
Class Size Limited to 20 on a first-come-first-served basis
CITA reserves the right to reject applications, and in which case, the participation fee will be refunded in full.
Language Cantonese (English teaching materials)

Course Content 

Lesson 1
14 July 2018
(Saturday)
Principles of Colour Development, Assessment, Communication and Approval

Content:

  • Starting with a colour idea, learn how to develop colour standards and a colour palette.
  • An introduction to technical and commercial terminology used in communication between dyers / technologists and non-technical roles such as designers and buyers.
  • Develop an appreciation of the financial and time implications of poor or late decision making.
  • An explanation of the eye and colour perception.
  • Key principles of colour assessment.
  • Basics of colour terminology and industry terms used to describe colour in communication between dyers and the technologist.
  • An introduction to the concept of best international practice for colour communication.
  • Includes practical colour exercises and demonstrationsŸ   Includes a written assessment of understanding.

Aims and objectives for this lesson:

  • An insight into how different professionals in the retail and dyeing industries work together to achieve the final coloured product.
  • An awareness of the cost benefits of good colour communication and the environmental impact of poor colour communication.
  • An understanding of how colour palettes are created.
  • An appreciation of best practice in colour standard creation and approval through to bulk production.
  • An understanding of the terminology used in industry internationally.
  • Develop an understanding of coloir perception: the eye and how we see colour.
  • Give an introduction of colour communication: visual and instrumental.
  • Develop an appreciation of best practice.
Lesson 2
21 July 2018
(Saturday)
Practical visual colour assessment of textiles

Content:

  • An understanding of the equipment nest practice and maintenance.
  • The importance of colour vision, and experience of verbal colour communication and terminology.
  • This lesson involves the candidate in hands on colour assessment and the correct use of dyers terms.
  • Includes practical colour exercises and demonstrations.
  • Includes a written and practical assessment of understanding.

Aims and objectives for this lesson:

  • Give detailed practical best practice in visual colour assessment of textiles.
  • At the end of the lesson, the candidate will have practical experience of visual colour decision making and an appreciation of terminology.
Lesson 3
28 July 2018
(Saturday)
Practical instrumental colour assessment of textiles

Content:

  • Understanding of the equipment and best operating practice.
  • This lesson involves the candidate in practical specimen preparation and presentation to the instrument.
  • Understanding of pass / fail (colour difference) reports.
  • Includes practical colour exercises and demonstrations.
  • Includes a written and practical assessment of understand.

 Aims and objectives for this lesson:

  • Give detailed practical best practice in instrumental colour assessment of textiles.
  • At the end of the lesson, the candidate will have practical experience of best practice for instrumental colour measurement of textiles.

Enrolment & Payment Deadline:  6 July 2018

**Successful applicants will receive confirmation email on their seat reservation on or before 12 July 2018**

Course Fee Payment

  1. Prepared a crossed cheque (HK$8,200) payable to “Clothing Industry Training Authority” with participant name and contact tel. written on the back of cheque
  2. Mail the cheque to:

Clothing Industry Training Authority, 63 Tai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay
(Attn: Ms. Annie Yeung)