Leather Craft is an art that so perfectly blends design and functionality. Come and learn from our wonderfully skilled and creative trainers how to take a piece of leather and then design and craft it into a beautiful leather products.
Designing and making leather products can not only take you into a variety of trades like leather production, shoe repairing, orthopaedic shoemaking, or bespoke shoemaking. But it can also launch you anywhere in the TCF (Textile Clothing & Footwear) industry like fashion design, textile production, or even millinery.
- 10 – 15 Students
- Within School: 1 day per week over 2 terms or 1/2 day per week over a full school year
- External to school: 2 x 10 day intensives
Units of competency:
- MSMWHS200 Work safely
- MSMENV272 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
- MSTGN2003 Work in the TCF Industry
- MSTGN2010 Perform Tasks to Support Production
- MSS402051 Apply quality standards
- MSTLG2006 Identify materials used in leather goods production
- MSTLG3002 Cut leather by hand
- MSTLG2005 Split leather pieces
- MSTLG2007 Skive leather pieces
- MSTLG2003 Perform table work
- MSTGN2006 Perform test or inspection to check product quality
- MSMSUP106 Work in a team
- MSTGN2005 Perform minor maintenance
- Fee for service: $3880.00
- Funded: This course is funded by the Queensland Government under the Queensland Vet Investment Plan. Under the VETiS Program, eligible applicants can participate in this course free of charge. For more information about funding visit Student Information.