Chennai’s Visualite Academy has introduced a 3-month training in Modelling course in Chennai, Tamilnadu, India. Do you believe you have the "looks" for a modelling career? You cannot be a good model only by being "beautiful" and "attractive." If you're serious about becoming one, you should have "a look." This suggests that one should have a distinct look that sets them out from the rest. It might be your posture or your physical structure.
If you are ready to get noticed, then you are at the right place. Visualite has been giving mentoring in modelling photography for more than 10 years, with photoshoots being the most crucial component of a modelling career. This distinguishes us from the competition since we can give you more time in front of the modelling photographers' cameras. This exposes you to a variety of stances as well as the ability to regulate your body language.
This course is offered online, making it more accessible to students who cannot travel great distances or who live in other countries. Engineering, Arts and Science, Fashion designing, Fashion Styling, and Image Consultant students can take this 3-month training program as a side-by-side study. Even high school students may enhance their understanding of “Modelling” by enrolling in a modelling class. You have the 100% placement opportunity on completion of the training.
Certificate in Fashion Designing
Weekdays and Weekends
Morning and Evening Shifts
Mode of Instruction
online and offline
Anyone From 10th Standard and Above
Fashion Show Director
Average Salary Package
Starting From ₹ 3,00,000 per annum
A Model is a person who works to sell, showcase, or advertise commercial things (most notably fashion apparel at fashion shows) or to act as a visual assistance for artists or to pose for photographs. Though the majority of models are female, there are certain male models that specialise in modelling apparel. Models might work for a living or for fun.
The cities well known for fashion are New York, London, Paris and Milan. Second-tier international fashion centre cities include Rome, Florence, Venice, Brescia, Barcelona, Los Angeles, Tokyo, and Moscow.
Types of Modelling
This has 4 sub categories, namely, runway modelling, magazine modelling, plus-size modelling and normal size modelling. All these modelling are handled to showcase any piece of fashion materials like garments, accessories etc.
Commercial print and on-camera models
Includes 4 sub-categories namey, Spokesmodels, Trade show models, Atmosphere models and Podium models
Basic Modelling skills
Good communication skills
Introduction to modelling
Body Size and Workouts with diet sheets
Modelling and model types
Importance of Body language
Postures and gestures
Difference in perspectives
Fashion show basics
Who Can Apply
No age or gender restrictions
Students who are interested in creating unique designs
Students in the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th, as well as UG/PG/Diploma students having a pass/fail grade
Anyone who’s residing anywhere inside India or even in foreign countries
Working professionals such as doctors, engineers, architects, designers, teachers, businessmen, lawyers, auditors etc
Engineering, IT, Science, Arts, Commerce, and Management students can take this course as a side-by-side course while studying
Students who have dropped out or who have been discontinued are also eligible to apply
Available in both morning and evening shift
Weekend classes can also be availed
Customisable class timings
Since the definition of modelling is not centred over one particular way, the opportunities can range from just a model to an actor and from an Instructor to a Director.