Law & Social Policy Ba Hons
Law & Social Policy Ba Hons
You can expect a decent number of contact hours – usually between 20 and 25 hours – in your first year of a fashion degree. On top of this, you will be expected to do a fair bit of independent study, whether that’s at home or in the fashion studios. This could include reading journal articles and books, conducting research, preparing for assessments, working on individual projects and meeting peers to complete group work.
Fashion Business And Retail
Focusing on childcare and education from birth to the age of five, this college course will give you Early Years Educator status and a licence to practise in the sector, with weekly placements to boost your experience. Studying in our state-of-the-art mock plane cabin and other training facilities, you can gain the essential skills to land your first job in a cabin crew team or go onto further study. Embark on a career in the glamorous beauty therapy industry with our practical college course. Covering essential techniques such as skincare, waxing and manicure/pedicure, our course gets you working hands-on in our superb training/commercial salons to prepare you for the industry.
Students can choose to work Independently or form collaborative partnerships to realise their proposition in developing the project through to completion. This unit introduces students to the fashion marketing theories and processes. Students will explore the marketing mix, market research and marketing strategies for different size organisations, before researching the influence marketing has on profit, reputation and the customer relationship. This unit explores fundamental aspects of advertising, the history, theories, purpose, scope and optimum channels. Students will investigate audiences and markets, as well as the psychological influence, impact and ethics of story-telling in marketing campaigns.
If you have previous training or education in food and beverage service, this Level 3 course will further enhance your skills and knowledge to enter a wide range of career pathways within hotels, restaurants, bars, resorts and events. Featuring a year-long placement, this course will give you the skills to launch an exciting career in the international tourism industry, ranging from tour operations to events organisations and attractions around the world. If you are currently working in a supervisory role in hospitality or catering and want to progress into management, this Level 4 apprenticeship allows you to study alongside working in the industry to help take your career to the next level.
REC is the business body for staffing and recruitment firms, including temporary and permanent workers. The REC can offer recruiters legal advice and guidance, business support, briefing on key policy issues and representation of the sector to government. ARC is a professional trade association representing recruitment agencies, businesses and consultancies across all business sectors.
BFFF is the UK’s frozen food trade association, with members comprising Producers, Wholesalers, Importers, Exporters, Brokers, Retailers and related Associate businesses. AIMS is the largest trade association to represent post farm gate meat and poultry processing businesses. Members range from public limited companies to small and medium-sized enterprises, and cover abattoirs, licensed cutting plants, meat wholesalers, renderers, and catering butchers.