Gain core skills in design principles, history and colour theory, digital styling, window styling, creative collaborations, hands-on building of props, design, and applying signage.
And as the industry becomes increasingly digital, Swinburne students are well-prepared for roles in online spaces; acquiring the skills for content creation, brand development, and styling for web and social media.
Our Diploma of Visual Merchandising is created with industry, so you’ll be immersed in industry from the moment you start. You could be designing, styling and creating displays for major Australian brands – not to mention building a unique and accomplished portfolio and the connections to land your dream job. All before you even graduate.
Throughout the course, you’ll be encouraged to try on a range of industry roles to see how they fit, learning how to respond strategically to client briefs, and gain collaborative and presentation skills. Plus, gain the negotiation and business skills to give you that competitive edge in a growing field.
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1 year full-time
Wantirna (March) - View application and start dates
VTAC course code
- 3401078254 (fee type determined by provider)
This is a nationally approved vocational course that is recognised throughout Australia.
FASHIONING A CAREER IN VISUAL MERCHANDISING
Chloe Chilver earned her first big break when she was hired to create a window for well-known Armadale jeweller Nicole Fendel as part of her course (pictured).
“It was great to apply everything I have been learning at uni in real life and create an installation that many people will see just walking down High St, Armadale,” says Chloe.