AIMS Certified Job Training Program: Career Advancement Training
Fashion Industry Employment Article Posted July 2, 2008

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Dates: Saturday July 12, 2008
Time: 9:00  - 3:00 pm

July 12, 19, 26, 2008,
(3) 5-hour Sessions totaling 15 hours.

Fashion Computer Applications:
This course is designed to provide information and practical job training on state-of-the-art software applications used in the apparel industry. The goal is to incorporate the principles and procedures involved in the business applications of the apparel industry using AIMS, Apparel Information Management System, a completely integrated order, production and inventory control processing system for manufacturers, importers and distributors.

The course will include:
Order processing & allocation
Inventory management
Cut tickets
Invoicing Production tracking
Bill of Materials
Purchase orders
Pick Tickets
and much more!
Registration 8:30 am
Classes run from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
(1 hour break for lunch)

Instructor: Ralinda Harvey

Cost: $330 Members | $395 Non Members
This event is managed by the Fashion Business Incorporated.
You can visit them at FBI to learn more.
Cancellation/refund/late Arrival Policies
Please notify the FBI Center of cancellations at least 3 working days before a scheduled seminar in order to be eligible for a credit. No credits will be given for late cancellations or no-shows for any seminar. If you cannot attend, you may send an alternate from your organization at no charge. Instructors reserve the right to refuse admission to those arriving more than 20 minutes after the scheduled starting time. Please plan accordingly. We reserve the right to cancel a seminar due to low enrollment. For any seminars we cancel, we will notify all registrants in advance via email and may provide a full refund upon request or apply to other FBI presentations.

Questions? Please give them a call at 213-892-1669.

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