9 training courses found
Full time: If you want to teach young people or adults this course helps you to develop your teaching skills, reflect on current ideas about education and training, and to creatively explore the professional opportunities open to you. You will gain competence in planning, teaching and learning; and in working with students.
Students on this course learn about buying and merchandising, trend researching, range building, financial targets, supply chain relationships, sourcing, computer image manipulation, use of spread sheets, and strategic planning; visits to trade fairs and retail head offices, and lectures from industry professionals, are used to enhance the learning on the course.
This programme is designed for students who wish to pursue a career in visual merchandising.
The course provides students with the key management skills to enable them to operate effectively as a middle manager; it allows students to develop a range of competencies from operational management principles and practices to the development of resource control and use; students achieving this qualification can apply for full membership of the Institute; students must complete all modules from Group A, at least 1 core module from Group B and 3 optional modules from Group C to a total of at least 62 credits in order to achieve the diploma.
The course explores the changing retail environment and the influences on the fashion retail business. The course consists of a number of core units which develop students knowledge of fashion in relation to historic, cultural and contemporary influences and provides a overview of key concepts pertaining to the fashion industry.
Students on this course develop the skills learned at intermediate level, and cover financial team leading, financial statements for limited companies, complex management skills and specialist learning areas. Upon completion, students become an AAT affiliate member and with relevant work experience will qualify for AAT full membership.
This course is appropriate for people who are already in post and want to prove they are competent at what they do or wish to raise their level of practice to national standards.
This course focuses on management in care settings, management of provision of care, support of client needs, and maintaining client independence, as well as theories and perspectives of management within care organisations; the course has 2 pathways: children and young people or adult residential.
The course consists of a number of core units which develop students knowledge of fashion in relation to historic cultural and contemporary influences and provides an overview of key concepts pertaining to the fashion industry.