One of the major lessons that Covid-19 has taught us, is that there is always time to learn something new. Whilst most people often cited hectic schedules and failure to physically attend classes as an excuse for not up-skilling, the global lockdowns gave a lot of people a window to explore the ...
"Le métier s'apprend, rien ne s'improvise" - Interview avec Michèle Okei, Directrice des Etudes à l'EIFP Michèle Yakice
Le manque de formation des acteurs du secteur Textile Habillement en Côte d’Ivoire constitue un frein majeur
While most of us enjoy 24/7 access to the world’s greatest source of information – i.e. the internet –
The summer is a great season in which to invest time in yourself, your creativity and potential business endeavors. If there is something you’ve always been passionate about but have lacked the time to pursue, grant yourself the time to make it happen this summer.
There are plenty of famous fashion designers who have proven that it is indeed possible to break through in the industry without former training. Jean Paul Gautier and Karl Lagerfeld, two fashion industry legends, opted against following the conventional education route and went for a DIY ...
It is essential that the designers who wish it benefit from adequate updates. Attending trainings or masterclasses is one of the methods you should adopt, even if you plan to enroll in a vocational school.