10113NAT Advanced Diploma of Fashion Business


Possible Career Path
Fashion Business Owner, Fashion Styling, Fashion Buying, Marketing Director, Brand Manager, Fashion Blogger, Entreprenuer, Digital Marketing Manager, Talent Manager
Location
On Campus in Glebe
Study Mode
Part-Time, Flexible Basis
Duration
2 - 3 years
Payment Plans
Available

The 10113NAT Advanced Diploma of Fashion Business is the first and only course of it’s kind in Australia, offering a fashion specific qualification focused on the future of the industry.

The 10113NAT Advanced Diploma of Fashion Business is inclusive of BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business and BSB50215 Diploma of Business subjects.

Course Details

Location:
On Campus, 181 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037

Training Method:
Classroom training and self-paced learning.

Contact Time:
Part-time, Flexible study option over 78 weeks*
Classroom Training Sessions – 3 Sessions per week
Self-paced Study – 3.5 hours per week
Assessment – 10 hours per week
Workplace Training – 175 hours minimum requirement

Assessment Method:
Blend of projects, research tasks and observation activities. Assessments are based around a simulated Workplace using our Retail Store ‘Chariot’.

Students must complete our BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business course and BSB50215 Diploma of Business
in order to complete the 10113NAT Advanced Diploma of Fashion Business course at FBI.
*The contact time stated does not include the Certificate IV or Diploma contact time.


If you require further information on the BSB50215 Diploma of Business Course,
please email train@fbifashioncollege.com.au to obtain a copy of our Pre-Enrolment Information.

Subjects:

Professional Development

Learn to progress your fashion career through goal planning, upskilling and networking.

The Retail Experience

Understand the elements of a great customer experience, the importance of retail strategy and the future of merging digital and face to face experience.

Fashion Management & HR

Understand the function of Human Resources and Management in the Fashion industry.

Fashion Advertising

Identify the difference between Advertising and PR and examine how different forms of fashion images communicate products through fashion campaigns.

Fashion Media & Communications

Evaluate the varied methods of communicating fashion through media formats such as print, digital, events and promotions.

Creative Content

Learn the skills required to create engaging brand content through styling, photography, film and graphic design.

Fashion Blogging

Understand the online world of fashion bloggers, their role and influence on the industry.

Fashion Entrepreneurship

Learn the skills required to identify market opportunities and launch a successful fashion enterprise.

The Fashion Market

Examine the Fashion industry on a global scale and understand the different markets and fashion niches.

The Fashion Product

Identify customer needs, examine the product development process for a fashion range, understand merchandising and the product life cycle.

Trend Forecasting

Learn to identify and forecast colours, fabrics, prints and styles for upcoming trends, helping to attract customers and drive sales.

Fashion Brand Management

Learn the strategic role behind planning and managing the marketing efforts for a brand or specific product.

Social Media for Fashion

Create online communities through social media platforms to build brand awareness.

Talent Management

Understand the structure and role of talent agencies in representing and managing creatives, bloggers and social media influences.

Fashion Sponsorship & Collaborations

Understand the nature and purpose of cross collaborating between fashion companies including capsule collections, event sponsorships and ambassadorships.

Creative Direction

Look at the role of the Creative Director in the conceptual development of fashion projects.