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This qualification is aimed at experienced retail staff who have leadership aspirations. The qualification recognises that a person can:
. demonstrate skills in retail operations and compliance with company policy and procedures
. demonstrate knowledge of retail legislation and train staff on the application of retail legislation, health and safety legislation and employment law
. assist in supervising staff on the shop floor
. assist in monitoring staff performance for meeting set targets
. demonstrate knowledge of products, loss prevention and implementation of loss prevention policies and procedures
. negotiate and close a sale within the salespersons level of authority.
This qualification is for people who intend to work towards becoming a manager in the retail industry.
The core skills and knowledge required of a person working towards becoming a supervisor or assistant manager are outlined in the compulsory section. The elective enables the inclusion of other industry competencies to enable a person to work in their selected field of work.
Graduates of this qualification will be able to apply the skills and knowledge from retail occupations in the workforce that can lead onto to them becoming supervisors, assistant managers and team leaders.
This qualification leads to the National Certificate in Retail (Level 4) [Ref: 0995].
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Total Enrolments for National Certificate in Retail for 2015: 12, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
Age Distribution by Year
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Gender Distribution by Year
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