BSB50215 Diploma of Business


Possible Career Path
Fashion Journalism, PR and Event Management, Image Consultant, Personal Stylist, Recruitment
Location
On Campus in Glebe
Study Mode
Part-Time, Flexible Basis
Duration
1 - 2 years
Payment Plans
Available

The BSB50215 Diploma of Business offers a comprehensive 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 – 10 hours per week
Workplace Training in the Fashion Industry

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

Students must complete our BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business course in order to complete the
BSB50215 Diploma of Business course at FBI.
*The contact time stated does not include the BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business 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:

BSBPMG522 Undertake project management

1- ADVANCED FASHION CONSULTIING

Learn the key steps involved in growing a diverse consulting business, creating wardrobe plans for both males and females.

2- ADVANCED FASHION STYLING

Students critically examine the pre and post production involved in a large scale photo shoot.

3- ADVANCED CREATIVE PROJECTS

Students apply SMART objectives and SWOT analysis to creative projects and events.

4- ADVANCED EVENT MANAGEMENT

The process of compiling a client proposal for an event, including formulating contracts and licenses.

BSBHRM506 Manage recruitment and selection and induction process

5- ADVANCED ASSERTIVE COMMUNICATION

Look at the three channels of communication – written, verbal and physical.

6- ADVANCED SELLING AND CUSTOMER RELATIONS

Methods to train and motivate staff as well as utilise databases to maximise sales.

7- HOW TO KEEP A JOB IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY

Further knowledge on employer expectations, key performance indicators and crisis management.

BSBWRT501 Write persuasive copy and BSBADV507 Develop a media plan and BSBADV509 Create mass print media

8- ADVANCED FASHION JOURNALISM

A comprehensive look at the Fashion magazine market, examining the commercial and creative side.

9- ADVANCED PUBLIC RELATIONS AND PUBLICITY

Discuss branding, PR planning and more in-depth means of communication with the media and consumer.

10- ADVANCED MARKETING MANAGEMENT

Students learn about market expansion, growth and the Fashion business life cycle.

SIRRMRM001 Plan merchandising buying strategy

11- ADVANCED FASHION BUYING

Students analyse consumer behaviour for the purpose of Fashion buying as well as how to effectively liaise with designers and suppliers.

12- ADVANCED MERCHANDISE PLANNING

Students learn how to develop a merchadise plan and understand how to respond to trade.

BSBEBU501 Investigate and design e-business solutions and
BSBMGT617 Develop and implement a business plan

13- ONLINE FASHION BUSINESS

Students learn how e-commerce is shaping the industry and steps on how to set up their own online business.

14- HOW TO SET UP YOUR OWN FASHION BUSINESS

Students develop an understanding of market research and analysis, maintaining a profit and growing a small Fashion business.

15- ADVANCED COMPUTER SKILLS FOR THE FASHION INDUSTRY

Students learn the graphic design skills required to prepare a magazine editorial, print advertisement and layout.