Clothing managers plan, organize, coordinate and control the production of clothing in a factory.
Clothing managers are responsible for production planning and control. They ensure that high standards of quality are met and that clothes are supplied on time and within cost constraints. They liaise with other functional managers on issues such as: design, marketing, finance and human resources. They check that workers follow instructions and work according to the production plan and to deadlines.
They need to have a thorough knowledge of the processes, techniques and skills required and are always looking for ways to improve existing systems and production processes.
Clothing managers need to ensure that materials and accessories are ordered and received on time. They may also be involved in work-study, production, cutting, quality control, administration, management, marketing and distribution.
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, City Varsity, College of Cape Town , Design Academy of Fashion, Durban University of Technology , Eastcape Midlands TVET College, Elizabeth Galloway Academy of Fashion Design, FEDISA, Gaborone Academy of Education, Inscape Education Group, Kyambogo University, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, LISOF, Lovedale Public TVET College, Motheo TVET College, National University of Science & Technology, Spero Villioti Elite Design Academy, University of Johannesburg, University of Malawi (The Polytechnic)