Retail Skills (BTEC Level 2 Diploma)

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Fashion Retail is leading the way in how the retail sector will need to re-invent itself to meet future market demands. How will retail respond to on-line shopping (E-Commerce) and mobile device purchases (M-Commerce)? How will it develop the customer service experience to keep the high street alive?

Course content

This course will give students a chance to explore the world of fashion retail and develop new directions in customer service. A more in-depth understanding of the retail sector and future development will be explored

  • Visual Merchandising for fashion retail
  • Promotional activities for fashion retail
  • Understanding fashion trends and forecasting
  • Developing fashion retail business

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Didn't find what you were looking for? See also: BTEC Level 2 & BTEC First, Retail (Management), E-commerce, BTEC, and BTEC Level 1 & Entry.

Fashion Retail is leading the way in how the retail sector will need to re-invent itself to meet future market demands. How will retail respond to on-line shopping (E-Commerce) and mobile device purchases (M-Commerce)? How will it develop the customer service experience to keep the high street alive?

Course content

This course will give students a chance to explore the world of fashion retail and develop new directions in customer service. A more in-depth understanding of the retail sector and future development will be explored

  • Visual Merchandising for fashion retail
  • Promotional activities for fashion retail
  • Understanding fashion trends and forecasting
  • Developing fashion retail business

Students will work together with Fashion, Photography and Graphic Design students to develop new visual merchandising strategies and explore new areas of customer service and promotion

Entry Requirements

Students would typically have a minimum of four GCSEs at grade D or above including English or Mathematics (or equivalent) or a Merit for retail Skills Level 1 Diploma. Mature students without formal qualifications will be interviewed and may be asked to take an initial assessment. A genuine enthusiasm for Fashion Retail is essential

Delivery & Assessment methods

Practical assessment is continual throughout the course and is supported by weekly progress updates. Grade outcomes are Pass, Merit, or Distinction. Merit Grades or above are required to progress onto Level 3 Vocational programmes in specific subject areas.

Progression

Progression opportunities include the Fashion & Retail Level 3 Diploma, apprenticeships at Level 2 and 3 or direct employment.

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