BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business


Possible Career Path
Retail Management, Visual Merchandising, Fashion Agency Management
Location
On Campus in Glebe
Study Mode
Part-Time, Flexible Basis
Duration
1 year
Payment Plans
Available

The BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business is a comprehensive foundation course with a range of fashion related modules taught by industry professionals.

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 42 weeks.
Classroom Training Sessions – 4 Sessions per week
Self-paced Study – 3 hours per week
Assessment – 10 hours per week
Workplace Training in the Fashion Industry

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

If you require further information on the BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business Course,
please email train@fbifashioncollege.com.au to obtain a copy of our Pre-Enrolment Information.

Subjects:

BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements

1- WORKPLACE SAFETY FOR THE FASHION INDUSTRY

Learn the importance of WHS in workplaces within the Fashion industry.

MSTFD4003 Assist in the preparation of preliminary design concepts

2- PRODUCTION & MANUFACTURING

Covers the process of creating clothing as a commercial enterprise, involving the production department and contracted manufacturers and suppliers.

3- SUCCESSFUL DESIGNING

Covers the principles of design for commercial sales and the process of trend forecasting.

BSBMKG413 Promote products and services and BSBREL401 Establish networks

4- THE FASHION INDUSTRY

A comprehensive look at the many departments that exist within a Fashion company and their different functions within the industry.

5- ASSERTIVE COMMUNICATION

Understand the various methods of communication within a Fashion business.

6- MARKETING MANAGEMENT

Learn to develop a marketing plan and strategy for a Fashion business.

7- PUBLIC RELATIONS & PUBLICITY

The role of a fashion publicist is dynamic, from writing press releases to creating media kits.

8- EVENT MANAGEMENT

Outlines how to produce Fashion events and launches, from location scouting and budgeting to sourcing props.

BSBPMG522 Undertake project work and SIRRMER008 Plan and style merchandise photo shoots

9- FASHION AGENCY STRATEGIES

Students examine the role of a Fashion agent in showcasing ranges to buyers and wholesale clientele.

10- CREATIVE PROJECTS

Students learn how to manage a creative project through the use of concept boards, planning and establishing a creative team.

11- FASHION MAGAZINES

Students examine the readership and marketing strategies of traditional Fashion magazines and the process of creating editorial content.

12- MODEL MANAGEMENT

This module outlines how modelling agencies scout, select, manage and market their models. 

13- FASHION STYLING

Covers how to produce a Fashion shoot and style a client brief for advertising campaigns and look-books.

14- FASHION CONSULTING

Students learn how to consult clients on their body shape, skin tone and personal colouring.

15- VISUAL MERCHANDISING

Students learn the basic principles of merchandising and develop visual directives for retail stores.

16- FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY

A hands on look at the equipment and techniques used to capture a Fashion image.

17- STYLING FOR TV & WARDROBE

Learn the various key creative positions within a TV crew and how to style characters according to a script.

BSBCUS402 Address customer needs

18- RETAIL MANAGEMENT

Examine the key skills and behaviour to effectively manage a retail store as well as staff.

19- SELLING & CUSTOMER RELATIONS

Focuses on the key tasks of recruitment, selection and induction of new employees in a Fashion business.

BSBHRM405 Support the recruitment, selection and induction of staff

20- PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

Focuses on the key tasks of recruitment, selection and induction of new employees in a Fashion business.

21- HOW TO GET A JOB IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY

This module covers the creation of a CV and preparation for an interview process.

BSBSMB402 Plan small business finances and
BSBWRT401 Write complex documents

22- FINANCIAL PLANNING & FUNDING

Learn the budgeting and financial skills required to trade within a small Fashion business.

23- FASHION BUSINESS SUCCESS

Discuss business operations and learn to prepare a feasible business plan for a small Fashion business.

24- FASHION BUYING

Students identify key trends, explore target markets and plan ranges of products to go in store.

25- FASHION INDUSTRY DOCUMENTS

Students learn how to construct complex documents for the Fashion industry.

26- FASHION JOURNALISM

Covers the editorial department within fashion publications, basic journalistic skills and writing concepts.

27- COMPUTER SKILLS FOR THE FASHION INDUSTRY

Essential computer skills for the digital age in the Fashion industry using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

28- PLANNING FOR SUCCESS

Students asses their own personal and professional characteristics in order to achieve career objectives.