The typical structure of each day:
Morning to Lunch (with time for a 20-minute morning coffee break):
– Theory – (e.g. understanding the background and history of Visual Merchandising) – Looking at recent case studies
– Mini practical activities
Lunch Break (1 hour)
– A practical challenge using Visual Merchandising tools – e.g. mannequins, clothes rails and designing your own cluster shelf display / mood boards / store window display.
£30 pp. Travel and cost can be arranged via Launch Pad mentor.
Information session will be on 8th Aug at 1.30pm at WREC room, Pentagon Centre Chatham
You will also be able to build a creative portfolio of photos of your work, which is ideal for taking to an interview, as well as improving your confidence working as a merchandiser.
As part of the course, the learner will also receive: Certificate, Spirit of Bluewater tour, Q&A session with employers and the option to be caseloaded for job opportunities with the Recruitment Team.