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Get Clothing Production, Dress Making and Fashion Design, Retail Management, Operations Management, and Project Management Advanced in this Bundle

1. Clothing Production: Learn Basic Tools Of Clothing Production Management

All managers must, and all supervisors, mechanics and the like should understand the decisions that are taken with respect to the production systems chosen and how the production is planned and controlled. The type of production system in use strongly influences the ease of balancing, whilst the planning and control of production are closely linked to balancing. 

This course is concerned with the basic tools of production management, the tools of supervision. It concentrates on the short term problems, like meeting today's targets. It is structured so that it can form the basis of a supervisors' or junior managers' course. Indeed, such courses are often run by production managers and few are qualified trainers, so it is worded almost as it might be delivered, as a series of lectures.

2. Dress Making and Fashion Design: Make A Career In Fashion Design

Whether your ultimate aim is to make a career of fashion design, to run your own business as a designer/ dress maker, or maybe just to be competent at making your own or your children's clothes, by choosing this course you're well on your way to fulfilling your dream in dress making and fashion design.

This dressmaking course is structured to teach you an awareness of both fashion items and the industry by encouraging you to observe your fashion surroundings. You will learn about fabrics, patterns, and the basic equipment you will need for garment construction.

3. Retail Management: Gain Knowledge In The Field Of Retail Management

Retail businesses vary in size from a small one-man operation to large international organisations. The needs of the consumer has now produced an amazing variety of retail outlets, all of which need to have organised managers.

Our Retail Management course is the ideal tool for students wanting to gain knowledge in the field of retail management, whether it is for the purpose of entering the retail trade through the establishment of a small business, or wanting to gain knowledge to allow for further study in the fields of management to enter a retail organisation at a higher level.

4. Operations Management: Learn The Ways Of Achieving The Most Efficient Use Of An Organisation's Resource

Operations management is concerned with the ways of achieving the most effective and efficient use of an organisation's resources, such as its financial and human resources, its capital resources and its raw materials.

It is concerned with making a better product or service and with making it more efficiently or at lower cost. Operations management is therefore centrally concerned with the achievement of organisational objectives and ultimately with the achievement of business success.

Although the course presents operations management as a specialist business function, it will become clear that many of the ideas and techniques are relevant to many other management specialists.

As you will see throughout this course there are many parts to the discipline of operations management and the course is likely to be of value to any manager in any business.

5. Project Management Advanced: Learn The Fundamental Aspects Of Project Management

Students will learn the fundamental aspects of project management, in detail, including principles and approaches to project management and the stages of project initiation and planning. The course also aims to develop the skills necessary for managing the project life cycle, project finance and resources, quality and risk, and the people and communications involved.

This Advanced Project Management course is ideal for those who have completed our Project Management course and want to progress their training further. It is also suitable for those who want to gain a solid foundation in project management in order to further their job skills.

Receive Lifetime Access to Course Materials, so you can review at any time.

For comprehensive information on units of study click the units of study tab above.

This is an incredible opportunity to invest in yourself and your future, sharpen your training skills and learn what it takes to create your own success with Courses For Success Today!

Course Fast Facts:

  1. All courses are easy to follow and understand
  2. Unlimited lifetime access to course materials
  3. Study as many courses as you want
  4. Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  5. You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time
  6. Download printer friendly course content

Course Delivery

Courses are accessed online via our learning management system by any device including PC, tablet or Smart Phone. Upon purchase an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. 

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon completion of  each course assessment, you will receive a certificate per course. An accredited certificate from the awarding body relating to your course.

Receive Lifetime Access to Course Materials, so you can review at any time.

The Clothing Production Online 5 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Clothing Production Online Course

The Sewing Room Supervisor

  • Supervisor’s Job
  • Sample of Supervisory Duties
  • Factory Routine
  • Supervisor Training Needs
  • Supervisor’s Checklist

How Output is Lost

  • Introduction
  • Work Content
  • Improving Profitability
  • Basic Method Study
  •  Introduction
  • Practical Aspects

Basic Work Measurement

  • Introduction
  • Work Measurements: Its Part in Your Job
  • Timing Errors
  • Allowances
  • Standard Time Calculation
  • Predetermined Motion Time systems
  • Balancing
  • Introduction
  • Basics
  • Theoretical Balance
  • Skills Inventory
  • Initial Balance
  • Balance Control

Balancing Exercises

  • Purpose of Balancing Exercises
  • Exercises 1

Production Systems, Planning and Control

  • Basic Components of a Production System
  • Sectionalisation
  • Bundles
  • Methods of Movement & Storage
  • Production Flow Types - One Way
  • Production Flow Types - Two Way
  • Mechanisation
  • Computerisation
  • Production Planning Control
  • Exercises 2
  • Exercises 3
  • Exercises 4
  • Exercises 5
  • Total Quality Control
  • Introduction
  • Quality Control Department’s Function
  • NACERAP (FACERAP
  • Quality from Design to Despatch
  • Introduction
  • Design
  • Cloth & Trimmings
  • Making Up
  • After Make

Production & People

  • Introduction
  • Basic Guide to Supervising People
  • Leading Groups of People
  • Communication
  • Discipline
  • Training
  • Production & People
  • How People Learn
  • Points to Watch
  • Putting Training to Work
  • Leadership Training
  • Training Plan for Supervisors
  • Charting & Layouts
  • Introduction
  • Layout

Course 2 - Certificate in Dress Making and Fashion Design Online Course

FASHION AWARENESS

  • Understand the different aspects of clothing ranges and colours
  • Explain how the body shape is influenced by different style lines
  • Summarise how you would take body measurements

PATTERNS

  • Discuss the various types of commercial patterns available
  • Understand how a commercial pattern differs from a trace pattern
  • Summarise how pattern markings assist in the cutting and making of clothing
  • Explain how you would select a suitable sewing pattern

FIBRES IN COMMON USE

  • Evaluate the fibres most commonly used in dressmaking
  • Examine the benefits of cotton clothing
  • Overview of the various man-made fibres available

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

  • List of essential tools required in dressmaking
  • When you would use an over locker sewing machine
  • Understanding of the term ‘haberdashery’

LAYS

  • Explain the function of a ‘lay’
  • Use of darts on a garment
  • Understand the various seams and explain under what circumstances they would be used

LINED BODICES

  • Understanding of facings, collars, cuffs and pockets
  • Explain why facings are necessary on a garment
  • Method to use to attach a straight cuff to a piece of clothing

CLOSING AND FASTENINGS

  • Examine the different types of fasteners
  • Introduce and discuss the various types of buttonholes
  • Explain the procedure for creating a "Tailor's Hem"

FABRIC LAYOUT

  • Understand the advantages of stretch sewing and overlocking
  • Discuss for what purpose you would use stretch sewing
  • Explain the purpose of a rolled hem attachment

FASHION AWARENESS II

  • Define the eight different body shapes
  • Summarise what comprises a foundation wardrobe
  • List the articles calculated to be the main accessories in fashion

INTRODUCTION TO FASHION DRAWING

  • Describe the techniques of fashion drawing
  • Examine the significance of layout in dressmaking
  • Discuss the drawback of working with using marker pens or ink

WORKING IN THE BUSINESS

  • Explain what local legislation in your local area you will need to comply with and what processes are involved in setting up a business as a limited company, sole trader or partnership
  • Explain what necessary financial documentation is required for a small business
  • Explain what health and safety requirement you will need to meet, if any, in your local area to run your business
  • Describe how you will market your new business.

Course 3 - Certificate in Retail Management Online Course

Retail

  • Definitions
  • The General Description of Retailing implies three subordinate concepts
  • Who is a Retailer
  • Forms of Current Retailers
  • Key Ingredients of Small Business Success

Classification of Retailers

  • Definitions
  • Classification of Retailers according
  • Classification of Retailers according to Pricing Structure
  • Classification of Retailers according to Type of Ownership
  • Classification of Retailers according to Location

Population Trends

  • Population Patterns and Trends
  • Economic Patterns and Trends
  • Prosperity
  • Recession
  • Depression
  • Recovery
  • Social and Cultural Patterns and Trends
  • Physical/Natural Patterns and Trends

Technological and Information

  • Store Layout and Image
  • Shop Frontage
  • Internal Planning and Layout
  • Shelf Layout

Order and the Receiving Function

  • Introduction
  • Designate a Receiving Door Entrance
  • Establish Procedures
  • Basic Receiving Requirements

Security

  • Introduction
  • Theft of Stock by Customers
  • Theft of Stock by Staff
  • Theft of Cash
  • Armed Robberies
  • Staff/Customer Collusion

Merchandising

  • Introduction
  • Stock Grouping
  • Merchandising Plan
  • Merchandising Basics
  • Sizing and Shapes
  • Colour Breaks
  • Shelf Talkers
  • Gondola and Tickets/Signs
  • Stars/Flashes
  • Impulse Buys

Housekeeping

  • Introduction
  • Proper Place for Everything
  • Benefits of good Housekeeping

Customer Relations and Buying Behaviour of Customers

  • Introduction
  • Floor Presence
  • Customer Knowledge
  • Supplier/Merchandisers
  • Suggestion Boxes

Name Tags and Uniforms

  • Social Responsibility
  • Customer Queries
  • Shopper’s Panel
  • Buying Behaviour of Customers
  • Product Tangibility
  • Product Durability
  • Product Availability
  • How much do Consumers buy
  • Population
  • Customer Requirements
  • Consumer Potential
  • Why Customers buy

Stocktaking

  • Introduction
  • Preparation

Stocktaking Documentation

  • Counting Shelf Stock
  • Second Counts
  • Danger Stock

Staff

  • Induction
  • Instruction Manual
  • Personal Circumstances
  • Staff Disciplines
  • Established Staff
  • Tools of Motivation

Budgets

  • Introduction
  • Profits
  • Monthly and Weekly Budgets
  • Miscellaneous Budgets

Course 4 - Certificate in Operations Management Online Course

Introduction to Operations Management

  • What is Operations Management
  • Continuing Challenges for Operations Managers
  • Three Fundamental Activities
  • Value Chain
  • Five Primary Activities
  • Four Essential Support Activities
  • The Systems View
  • Operations as Transformation Systems
  • Controlling Systems
  • The Six P’s of Operations Performance Objectives
  • Dimensions of Competitiveness
  • Product Life Cycle
  • Volume Variety Matrix and Produce Process Matrix
  • Job Shop
  • Batch Processes
  • Assemble Line
  • A Cell
  • Universal Principles

Product Planning and Positioning

  • Product Strategies
  • Making Decisions about the Product and the Market
  • Professor Eppink’s article deals with the need for strategic innovation
  • Product Planning Concept
  • Checklist Features
  • Production and Engineering Factors Research and Development
  • Stages of an R&D Programme
  • Product Rejuvenation
  • Marketing Factors
  • Financial Factors
  • Design Proposal
  • Reasons for failure of an R&D
  • Process used by Life Cycle Engineering
  • Value Analysis
  • Methodology of Value Analysis: The Six Phase Approach

Process Design

  • Process Type and Facilities
  • Types of Focus of Facilities
  • International Operations Strategy
  • Facilities Strategy Factors
  • Capacity Management
  • Capacity
  • Strategies
  • Active Strategies
  • Passive Strategies
  • Capacity and its Features
  • Design Capacity
  • Effective Capacity
  • Actual Output
  • System Efficiency
  • System Utilisation
  • Capacity Aspects
  • Facilities
  • Layout Principles within a Facility
  • Layout Problems
  • Types of Layouts
  • Special Applications
  • Systematic Layout Planning
  • Business Process Reengineering

Managing Demand and Supply of Materials

  • Demand Management
  • Order Management
  • Techniques for Order Management
  • Order Service
  • Forecasting
  • Forecasting Techniques
  • Material Requirements Planning
  • MRP Calculations
  • Requirements for Successful MRP
  • Features of MRP Systems
  • Independent Demand Inventory Control
  • Types of Inventory
  • Inventory is necessary
  • Inventory Decisions
  • How much to order: Economic
  • Limitations of the EOQ
  • The EOQ and the JIT philosophy
  • Quantity Discounts
  • Measure of Service Levels
  • Time Phased Order Point
  • Inventory Control

Project Management

  • Growth of Project Management
  • Participants in Project Management
  • Project Documentation
  • Network Planning Techniques
  • Network planning is used
  • Work Breakdown Structures
  • Project Requirements
  • Symbols used in Network Planning
  • Numbering the Network
  • Determining Activity Times
  • Activity Duration Times
  • Constructing the Network
  • Constructing the Overall Project Duration
  • Float
  • Using Computer Packages in Network Planning
  • Potential Problems of Computer Applications
  • Probability of Duration
  • Calculation of Load
  • Project Control
  • Project Status Reports
  • Milestones
  • Project Cost Scheduling
  • Crashing Activities
  • Cost/Time Curve
  • Controlling Variances
  • Factors which lead to project success
  • Factors which lead to project failure

Quality Management

  • Quality Views – John Guaspari
  • Quality Views –The Kano Model
  • Customer Expectations: Moments of Truth
  • Customer Expectations: Gaps Analysis
  • Quality Gurus and their Views
  • Marketing in Management
  • The ISO 9000 Systems
  • Quality Systems Requirements
  • Tools of Quality
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  • Improvement Techniques
  • Reliability and Maintenance

Course 5 - Certificate in Project Management Advanced Online Course

Module 1 – Project management principles and approaches

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe the principles of project management
  • Describe different approaches to project management
  • Describe the use of technology in project management

Module 2 – Project initiation and planning

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe how and why a feasibility study would be carried out
  • Explain how to prepare a business case for a project
  • Explain how project plan is prepared
  • Identify documentation for project planning and show how it can be used

Module 3 – Managing project finance and resources

Learning Outcomes:

  • Use forecasting techniques to show how project finances can be estimated
  • Describe how finances and resources for projects can be secured
  • Show how budgets can be used to control project finances
  • Describe reporting of project finance and resource use

Module 4 – Managing project quality and risk

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe why it is important to identify and manage risk for a project
  • Identify risks in a given scenario and suggest how they might be minimised/managed
  • Describe approaches to quality management
  • Apply appropriate quality management solutions in given scenarios

Module 5 – Managing people and communications in project management and the Project Life cycle

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain the importance of managing stakeholder expectations and how this can be achieved
  • Define the project team and team roles
  • Explain effective team management techniques for successful projects
  • Explain why effective communication is important successful team working and how this can be achieved
  • Describe the stages of the project life cycle
  • Describe approaches to project closedown and reporting
  • Explain how to evaluate the success of projects
  • Apply appropriate project management techniques to a given scenario

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Clothing Production, Dress Making and Fashion Design, Retail Management, Operations Management, and Project Management Advanced in this Bundle

1. Clothing Production: Learn Basic Tools Of Clothing Production Management

All managers must, and all supervisors, mechanics and the like should understand the decisions that are taken with respect to the production systems chosen and how the production is planned and controlled. The type of production system in use strongly influences the ease of balancing, whilst the planning and control of production are closely linked to balancing. 

This course is concerned with the basic tools of production management, the tools of supervision. It concentrates on the short term problems, like meeting today's targets. It is structured so that it can form the basis of a supervisors' or junior managers' course. Indeed, such courses are often run by production managers and few are qualified trainers, so it is worded almost as it might be delivered, as a series of lectures.

2. Dress Making and Fashion Design: Make A Career In Fashion Design

Whether your ultimate aim is to make a career of fashion design, to run your own business as a designer/ dress maker, or maybe just to be competent at making your own or your children's clothes, by choosing this course you're well on your way to fulfilling your dream in dress making and fashion design.

This dressmaking course is structured to teach you an awareness of both fashion items and the industry by encouraging you to observe your fashion surroundings. You will learn about fabrics, patterns, and the basic equipment you will need for garment construction.

3. Retail Management: Gain Knowledge In The Field Of Retail Management

Retail businesses vary in size from a small one-man operation to large international organisations. The needs of the consumer has now produced an amazing variety of retail outlets, all of which need to have organised managers.

Our Retail Management course is the ideal tool for students wanting to gain knowledge in the field of retail management, whether it is for the purpose of entering the retail trade through the establishment of a small business, or wanting to gain knowledge to allow for further study in the fields of management to enter a retail organisation at a higher level.

4. Operations Management: Learn The Ways Of Achieving The Most Efficient Use Of An Organisation's Resource

Operations management is concerned with the ways of achieving the most effective and efficient use of an organisation's resources, such as its financial and human resources, its capital resources and its raw materials.

It is concerned with making a better product or service and with making it more efficiently or at lower cost. Operations management is therefore centrally concerned with the achievement of organisational objectives and ultimately with the achievement of business success.

Although the course presents operations management as a specialist business function, it will become clear that many of the ideas and techniques are relevant to many other management specialists.

As you will see throughout this course there are many parts to the discipline of operations management and the course is likely to be of value to any manager in any business.

5. Project Management Advanced: Learn The Fundamental Aspects Of Project Management

Students will learn the fundamental aspects of project management, in detail, including principles and approaches to project management and the stages of project initiation and planning. The course also aims to develop the skills necessary for managing the project life cycle, project finance and resources, quality and risk, and the people and communications involved.

This Advanced Project Management course is ideal for those who have completed our Project Management course and want to progress their training further. It is also suitable for those who want to gain a solid foundation in project management in order to further their job skills.

Receive Lifetime Access to Course Materials, so you can review at any time.

For comprehensive information on units of study click the units of study tab above.

This is an incredible opportunity to invest in yourself and your future, sharpen your training skills and learn what it takes to create your own success with Courses For Success Today!

Course Fast Facts:

  1. All courses are easy to follow and understand
  2. Unlimited lifetime access to course materials
  3. Study as many courses as you want
  4. Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  5. You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time
  6. Download printer friendly course content

Course Delivery

Courses are accessed online via our learning management system by any device including PC, tablet or Smart Phone. Upon purchase an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. 

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon completion of  each course assessment, you will receive a certificate per course. An accredited certificate from the awarding body relating to your course.

Receive Lifetime Access to Course Materials, so you can review at any time.

The Clothing Production Online 5 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Clothing Production Online Course

The Sewing Room Supervisor

  • Supervisor’s Job
  • Sample of Supervisory Duties
  • Factory Routine
  • Supervisor Training Needs
  • Supervisor’s Checklist

How Output is Lost

  • Introduction
  • Work Content
  • Improving Profitability
  • Basic Method Study
  •  Introduction
  • Practical Aspects

Basic Work Measurement

  • Introduction
  • Work Measurements: Its Part in Your Job
  • Timing Errors
  • Allowances
  • Standard Time Calculation
  • Predetermined Motion Time systems
  • Balancing
  • Introduction
  • Basics
  • Theoretical Balance
  • Skills Inventory
  • Initial Balance
  • Balance Control

Balancing Exercises

  • Purpose of Balancing Exercises
  • Exercises 1

Production Systems, Planning and Control

  • Basic Components of a Production System
  • Sectionalisation
  • Bundles
  • Methods of Movement & Storage
  • Production Flow Types - One Way
  • Production Flow Types - Two Way
  • Mechanisation
  • Computerisation
  • Production Planning Control
  • Exercises 2
  • Exercises 3
  • Exercises 4
  • Exercises 5
  • Total Quality Control
  • Introduction
  • Quality Control Department’s Function
  • NACERAP (FACERAP
  • Quality from Design to Despatch
  • Introduction
  • Design
  • Cloth & Trimmings
  • Making Up
  • After Make

Production & People

  • Introduction
  • Basic Guide to Supervising People
  • Leading Groups of People
  • Communication
  • Discipline
  • Training
  • Production & People
  • How People Learn
  • Points to Watch
  • Putting Training to Work
  • Leadership Training
  • Training Plan for Supervisors
  • Charting & Layouts
  • Introduction
  • Layout

Course 2 - Certificate in Dress Making and Fashion Design Online Course

FASHION AWARENESS

  • Understand the different aspects of clothing ranges and colours
  • Explain how the body shape is influenced by different style lines
  • Summarise how you would take body measurements

PATTERNS

  • Discuss the various types of commercial patterns available
  • Understand how a commercial pattern differs from a trace pattern
  • Summarise how pattern markings assist in the cutting and making of clothing
  • Explain how you would select a suitable sewing pattern

FIBRES IN COMMON USE

  • Evaluate the fibres most commonly used in dressmaking
  • Examine the benefits of cotton clothing
  • Overview of the various man-made fibres available

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

  • List of essential tools required in dressmaking
  • When you would use an over locker sewing machine
  • Understanding of the term ‘haberdashery’

LAYS

  • Explain the function of a ‘lay’
  • Use of darts on a garment
  • Understand the various seams and explain under what circumstances they would be used

LINED BODICES

  • Understanding of facings, collars, cuffs and pockets
  • Explain why facings are necessary on a garment
  • Method to use to attach a straight cuff to a piece of clothing

CLOSING AND FASTENINGS

  • Examine the different types of fasteners
  • Introduce and discuss the various types of buttonholes
  • Explain the procedure for creating a "Tailor's Hem"

FABRIC LAYOUT

  • Understand the advantages of stretch sewing and overlocking
  • Discuss for what purpose you would use stretch sewing
  • Explain the purpose of a rolled hem attachment

FASHION AWARENESS II

  • Define the eight different body shapes
  • Summarise what comprises a foundation wardrobe
  • List the articles calculated to be the main accessories in fashion

INTRODUCTION TO FASHION DRAWING

  • Describe the techniques of fashion drawing
  • Examine the significance of layout in dressmaking
  • Discuss the drawback of working with using marker pens or ink

WORKING IN THE BUSINESS

  • Explain what local legislation in your local area you will need to comply with and what processes are involved in setting up a business as a limited company, sole trader or partnership
  • Explain what necessary financial documentation is required for a small business
  • Explain what health and safety requirement you will need to meet, if any, in your local area to run your business
  • Describe how you will market your new business.

Course 3 - Certificate in Retail Management Online Course

Retail

  • Definitions
  • The General Description of Retailing implies three subordinate concepts
  • Who is a Retailer
  • Forms of Current Retailers
  • Key Ingredients of Small Business Success

Classification of Retailers

  • Definitions
  • Classification of Retailers according
  • Classification of Retailers according to Pricing Structure
  • Classification of Retailers according to Type of Ownership
  • Classification of Retailers according to Location

Population Trends

  • Population Patterns and Trends
  • Economic Patterns and Trends
  • Prosperity
  • Recession
  • Depression
  • Recovery
  • Social and Cultural Patterns and Trends
  • Physical/Natural Patterns and Trends

Technological and Information

  • Store Layout and Image
  • Shop Frontage
  • Internal Planning and Layout
  • Shelf Layout

Order and the Receiving Function

  • Introduction
  • Designate a Receiving Door Entrance
  • Establish Procedures
  • Basic Receiving Requirements

Security

  • Introduction
  • Theft of Stock by Customers
  • Theft of Stock by Staff
  • Theft of Cash
  • Armed Robberies
  • Staff/Customer Collusion

Merchandising

  • Introduction
  • Stock Grouping
  • Merchandising Plan
  • Merchandising Basics
  • Sizing and Shapes
  • Colour Breaks
  • Shelf Talkers
  • Gondola and Tickets/Signs
  • Stars/Flashes
  • Impulse Buys

Housekeeping

  • Introduction
  • Proper Place for Everything
  • Benefits of good Housekeeping

Customer Relations and Buying Behaviour of Customers

  • Introduction
  • Floor Presence
  • Customer Knowledge
  • Supplier/Merchandisers
  • Suggestion Boxes

Name Tags and Uniforms

  • Social Responsibility
  • Customer Queries
  • Shopper’s Panel
  • Buying Behaviour of Customers
  • Product Tangibility
  • Product Durability
  • Product Availability
  • How much do Consumers buy
  • Population
  • Customer Requirements
  • Consumer Potential
  • Why Customers buy

Stocktaking

  • Introduction
  • Preparation

Stocktaking Documentation

  • Counting Shelf Stock
  • Second Counts
  • Danger Stock

Staff

  • Induction
  • Instruction Manual
  • Personal Circumstances
  • Staff Disciplines
  • Established Staff
  • Tools of Motivation

Budgets

  • Introduction
  • Profits
  • Monthly and Weekly Budgets
  • Miscellaneous Budgets

Course 4 - Certificate in Operations Management Online Course

Introduction to Operations Management

  • What is Operations Management
  • Continuing Challenges for Operations Managers
  • Three Fundamental Activities
  • Value Chain
  • Five Primary Activities
  • Four Essential Support Activities
  • The Systems View
  • Operations as Transformation Systems
  • Controlling Systems
  • The Six P’s of Operations Performance Objectives
  • Dimensions of Competitiveness
  • Product Life Cycle
  • Volume Variety Matrix and Produce Process Matrix
  • Job Shop
  • Batch Processes
  • Assemble Line
  • A Cell
  • Universal Principles

Product Planning and Positioning

  • Product Strategies
  • Making Decisions about the Product and the Market
  • Professor Eppink’s article deals with the need for strategic innovation
  • Product Planning Concept
  • Checklist Features
  • Production and Engineering Factors Research and Development
  • Stages of an R&D Programme
  • Product Rejuvenation
  • Marketing Factors
  • Financial Factors
  • Design Proposal
  • Reasons for failure of an R&D
  • Process used by Life Cycle Engineering
  • Value Analysis
  • Methodology of Value Analysis: The Six Phase Approach

Process Design

  • Process Type and Facilities
  • Types of Focus of Facilities
  • International Operations Strategy
  • Facilities Strategy Factors
  • Capacity Management
  • Capacity
  • Strategies
  • Active Strategies
  • Passive Strategies
  • Capacity and its Features
  • Design Capacity
  • Effective Capacity
  • Actual Output
  • System Efficiency
  • System Utilisation
  • Capacity Aspects
  • Facilities
  • Layout Principles within a Facility
  • Layout Problems
  • Types of Layouts
  • Special Applications
  • Systematic Layout Planning
  • Business Process Reengineering

Managing Demand and Supply of Materials

  • Demand Management
  • Order Management
  • Techniques for Order Management
  • Order Service
  • Forecasting
  • Forecasting Techniques
  • Material Requirements Planning
  • MRP Calculations
  • Requirements for Successful MRP
  • Features of MRP Systems
  • Independent Demand Inventory Control
  • Types of Inventory
  • Inventory is necessary
  • Inventory Decisions
  • How much to order: Economic
  • Limitations of the EOQ
  • The EOQ and the JIT philosophy
  • Quantity Discounts
  • Measure of Service Levels
  • Time Phased Order Point
  • Inventory Control

Project Management

  • Growth of Project Management
  • Participants in Project Management
  • Project Documentation
  • Network Planning Techniques
  • Network planning is used
  • Work Breakdown Structures
  • Project Requirements
  • Symbols used in Network Planning
  • Numbering the Network
  • Determining Activity Times
  • Activity Duration Times
  • Constructing the Network
  • Constructing the Overall Project Duration
  • Float
  • Using Computer Packages in Network Planning
  • Potential Problems of Computer Applications
  • Probability of Duration
  • Calculation of Load
  • Project Control
  • Project Status Reports
  • Milestones
  • Project Cost Scheduling
  • Crashing Activities
  • Cost/Time Curve
  • Controlling Variances
  • Factors which lead to project success
  • Factors which lead to project failure

Quality Management

  • Quality Views – John Guaspari
  • Quality Views –The Kano Model
  • Customer Expectations: Moments of Truth
  • Customer Expectations: Gaps Analysis
  • Quality Gurus and their Views
  • Marketing in Management
  • The ISO 9000 Systems
  • Quality Systems Requirements
  • Tools of Quality
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  • Improvement Techniques
  • Reliability and Maintenance

Course 5 - Certificate in Project Management Advanced Online Course

Module 1 – Project management principles and approaches

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe the principles of project management
  • Describe different approaches to project management
  • Describe the use of technology in project management

Module 2 – Project initiation and planning

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe how and why a feasibility study would be carried out
  • Explain how to prepare a business case for a project
  • Explain how project plan is prepared
  • Identify documentation for project planning and show how it can be used

Module 3 – Managing project finance and resources

Learning Outcomes:

  • Use forecasting techniques to show how project finances can be estimated
  • Describe how finances and resources for projects can be secured
  • Show how budgets can be used to control project finances
  • Describe reporting of project finance and resource use

Module 4 – Managing project quality and risk

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe why it is important to identify and manage risk for a project
  • Identify risks in a given scenario and suggest how they might be minimised/managed
  • Describe approaches to quality management
  • Apply appropriate quality management solutions in given scenarios

Module 5 – Managing people and communications in project management and the Project Life cycle

Learning Outcomes:

  • Explain the importance of managing stakeholder expectations and how this can be achieved
  • Define the project team and team roles
  • Explain effective team management techniques for successful projects
  • Explain why effective communication is important successful team working and how this can be achieved
  • Describe the stages of the project life cycle
  • Describe approaches to project closedown and reporting
  • Explain how to evaluate the success of projects
  • Apply appropriate project management techniques to a given scenario

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Course Summary

Course ID No.: 009OACPD5CB
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: Unlimited lifetime access to course material
Time required: Study at your own pace
Assessments: Yes
Qualification: Certificate

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