ARTS, FASHION & DESIGN
Visual Merchandising - Online
Qualification / Course Information
Self-study within 6 months
Certificate of Completion
Successful completion of this short course can be included to your portfolio of evidence for RPL consideration
Unassisted Online Learning
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This short course introduces a student to the fundamental concepts and principles of visual merchandising. It is important to have an understanding of client briefs and preparing for displays before the ﬁnal installation. Students will need to be able to think creatively and be able to share ideas that will contribute to a successful window display.
Classes for this short course will be online once you have paid the Tuition fees you will receive a link to access the course and content. Each individual will work and finish the course at their own pace, as long as all assignments are submitted within 6 months from the initial start date.
Upon completion of the course, you will be able to apply creative thinking to create window displays that are aligned to the requirements of client briefs.
The minimum requirement to enter into this course is the minimum age of 16.
Please contact Jane Lengwati for more information - [email protected]
Knowledge of the language used in visual merchandising
Knowledge of the use of props and accessories to enhance the displays
Be able to read client briefs in order to prepare for the visual merchandising of a window/store
Cultivate a creative thinking approach to solve problems
Be familiar with ﬂoor layouts and window display
Know how to use diﬀerent strategies for setting up a window display
Be familiar with the process of preparing for a mock display and ﬁnal installation