The Professional Photo, Film, TV & Personal Stylist’s Course has been designed to provide you with the professional skills required to succeed as a professional stylist.
This fashion stylist course offers you a unique opportunity to develop a full or part-time career as a professional freelance stylist or to seek full-time work in all the industry areas where stylists are needed right now.
When you have completed this course you will have the knowledge and skills to start your own freelance styling consultancy or to seek work in the many businesses and industries associated with styling.
Firstly, it is important to understand that this course is not simply about the theory of professional styling. It’s also about practical work in styling, meeting client’s needs, marketing your services and being paid for your styling skills.
At its essence, this course is all about professional styling for profit. Each week, thousands of fashion editors, art directors, producers, celebrities, and people who simply wish to improve their image require the skills offered by a stylist. These are for photo shoots, image consultancy, fashion parades, TV commercials, personal shopping, live concerts and music videos, film and theater productions and much more.
This fashion stylist course takes you through every aspect of the profession – from developing styling concepts and turning them into reality, through to the business of selling your styling skills and services.
When you first enrol in The Professional Photo, Film, TV & Personal Stylist’s Course, you are asked to complete our ‘Tutor Information’ questions. These provide the College and your tutor with valuable information about what you hope to achieve from the course.
A professional stylist, currently working within the industry and familiar with your styling interests, is assigned as your tutor to assist you throughout the course. It is a condition of College employment that your tutor is a successful, top-notch working professional.
You and your tutor work together to develop ideas and material relating specifically to the areas of styling work that most interest you. It’s your tutor’s job to assess your assignments, develop your styling skills and bring you to an appropriate level of professionalism.
Regard your relationship with your tutor as a partnership. You provide the interest in styling and the willingness to learn, while the tutors provide you with the practical knowledge and skills to succeed as a stylist.