Sewing at ANKAA
"The intellect always cuts and divides like a pair of scissors. The heart sews things together and unites like a needle. The tailor uses both."
Sewing on household machines
This is our sewing course for Beginners or students that want to improve their skills before being able to use the Industrial machines.
Sewing on Industrial machines
This is our follow-up class for Intermediate students, that have already experience on the household machines.
Learn more about our Sewing classes
In September 2018, we opened the doors for our first sewing classes.
Crafting skills and creativity are the heartbeat of our mission, forming an integral part of the path to social inclusion.
Our sewing classes, designed for students with different levels and aspirations, are a testament to our commitment to skill development. Our classes are held by experienced teachers or tailors, guiding our students in acquiring or improving their skills.
The goal of our Crafting Careers program is to provide high-quality technical sewing skills, awareness of rights and responsibilities of the Greek labour market and improved language skills. The program is tailored to meet the demands of the fashion production industry and provides opportunities for talented individuals.
Structure of our Crafting Careers Program
Crafting Careers is an intensive 8-week sewing course, designed for a career in fashion production.
After completing the program, successful graduates will gain hands-on experience with a 80-hour paid internship at our manufacturing space.
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8 weeks: Monday, Tuesday & Friday from 5pm to 8pm
Use of industrial machines (sewing, overlock and elastic fabrics)
Sewing of various fabrics (cotton, lace, elastic fabrics)
Finishings of a product
How to work in a production line for large scale production
Internship & Activities
Successful graduates will gain a hands-on experience as an intern in ANKAA's manufacturing lab for 80 hours
Greek for tailoring teaching you industry-specific vocabulary every Tuesday (3pm - 5pm)
Individualised employability sessions to guide students into the job market