How to Run a Fit Session

The How to Run a Fit Session course is a drill down into the product evaluation process. It addresses a recurrent issue that most design, merchandising, product development and technical department members face: the waste of time due to inefficient processes and poor fit session preparation. Learners will be exposed to the best practices for running a fit session and walk away with practical tools and checklists. This course helps you reduce time for the fit session, save costs for live models and get product approval faster.
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Provides access to the course and all its updates for 1 year from date of purchase.
3 wks 1 hr/wk

What will you learn?

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

Easily run fit sessions following our step-by-step best practice instruction

Clearly define team members’ roles and responsibilities to make the most of fit sessions

Give comments about the garments during and after the fit sessions, in an organized and precise way.

Who is it for?

This course is suited for junior to mid-level team members of design, merchandising, product development and technical departments. It is geared for brand and sourcing offices which want to gain efficiency in their processes, especially in product evaluation.

How will you learn?

The course is self-paced and includes a Pre-Assessment test, 3 modules of interactive instruction, exercises and knowledge assessments. All participants who complete the course will receive an Alvanon Certificate of Completion.

Course instructors

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May Fong

May Fong has extensive line and management experience in retail operations, merchandising, product development as well as supply chain management for major international brands in Asia Pacific.

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Emily Robertson Hood

For 20+ years Emily Robertson Hood has led teams of Engineers, QA, Patternmakers, Graders, and Technical Developers in the fit, construction and global manufacturing of apparel products ranging from denim to down.