L2 NVQ RETAIL . Apprenticeship

1. Qualification details

Qualification name Certificate in Retail Skills (QCF)
Awarding organisation Oxford Cambridge & RSA Examinations
Course type Part time
Course start date 04 September 2020
Additional price description For information on prices please call 01484 437070 or e.mail: info@kirkleescollege.ac.uk
Funding information Advanced Learner Loans available
Attendance pattern Daytime/working hours

2. Course description

Retail covers a host of businesses, from market stalls and independent shops to national chains and large superstores. Both the Intermediate Level Apprenticeship and Advanced Level Apprenticeship cover a range of skills that can be used across this vast sector. As an apprentice, your role will depend on your employer . you could be assisting customers on the sales floor of a high street store or handling their purchases. Alternatively, you could be working in a specialist department and become a product expert, able to help with specific queries. An artistic flare could point you in the direction of visual merchandising, helping to create window and in.store displays. Or you could work behind the scenes in stock handling; ensuring products are received in the correct quantities and appropriately stored. You must have an employer to support you through your Apprenticeship and give you time off work to attend college. Many people find their own job or are already employed but if not, college staff can help you find employment. The Apprenticeship will include: Knowledge based qualification . level 2, Competence based qualification . level 2, English . level 1, maths . level 1, Employee rights and responsibilities. Job roles sales assistant, stockroom assistant, beauty consultant, visual merchandiser, fresh food counter assistant.

3. Entry requirements

Entry requirements An initial assessment indicating that you are working at level 1 and you are able to achieve level 1 English and maths within one year, you should demonstrate an interest or knowledge of working in the vocational area and wish to take up a career in the relevant industry, and good communication and problem solving skills.

4. Equipment required

No equipment required

5. Assessment method

At college and in the workplace. You will need to take exams for the Functional Skills elements of these Apprenticeships.

6. Venue

7. Other dates and venues

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