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7L3    Fashion, Textiles, and Interiors Production and Services-Level 3
     
  
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7L3 Integrate knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in fashion, apparel and/or interiors, production, and services.
   7L3.7.1 Analyze career paths within fashion, apparel, and/or interior design industries. (*11.1) (*16.1)
      7L3.7.1.2 Explore opportunities for employment and entrepreneurial endeavors. (*11.1.2) (*16.1.2)
      7L3.7.1.3 Examine education, training requirements, and opportunities for career paths in fashion, apparel, and interior design services. (*11.1.3) (*16.1.3)
   7L3.7.2 Evaluate the use of products in meeting specific design needs. (*11.3)
      7L3.7.2.8 Apply measurement and estimation skills. (*11.3.3)
   7L3.7.3 Apply design and planning concepts using current technology for fashion, apparel, and/or interiors. (*11.4)
      7L3.7.3.10 Create designs using industry computer software. (*11.4.6)
   7L3.7.5 Evaluate elements of textile, apparel, and/or interior design merchandising and demonstrate operational procedures required for business profitability. (*16.5)
      7L3.7.5.8 Examine the effects of security and inventory control strategies, cash and credit transaction methods laws, and worksite policies on loss prevention and store profit.
      7L3.7.5.10 Examine operational costs such as mark ups, mark downs, cash flow, and other factors affecting profit.
      7L3.7.5.11 Develop and present a business plan.
   7L3.7.7 Evaluate client's needs, goals, and resources in creating design plans. (*11.6)
      7L3.7.7.2 Develop and exhibit the skills necessary for quality customer services. (*16.6.3)
      7L3.7.7.5 Assess community, family, and financial resources needed to achieve client's goals. (*16.6.2)
      7L3.7.7.6 Assess a variety of available resources for textile, apparel, and/or interior design. (*11.6.3)
      7L3.7.7.7 Critique design plans that address client's needs, goals, and resources. (*11.6.4)
   7L3.7.8 Demonstrate design ideas through visual presentation. (*11.7)
      7L3.7.8.1 Select appropriate design and medium tools. (*11.7.1)
      7L3.7.8.2 Prepare renderings, elevations, and sketches using appropriate media. (*11.7.2)
      7L3.7.8.4 Present designs utilizing a variety of visual presentation media such as digital imaging, video, computer applications, and boards. (*11.7.4)


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