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Learning outcomes of the course
The student understands the strategy-driven principles of planning the selection and its significance in different store concepts and online trade.
The student gains experience in planning and category management.
Planning product selections and category management.
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
5 (excellent): the students can seek customer-oriented, sustainable and economically viable range of solutions. He/She shows analytical and critical work in a selection planning and reporting,
The students understand the the main principles of selection planning and the main principles and their impact on business. He/she knows how to take into account the needs of different types of stores/online stores exhibition and prove their skills in a variety of design-related reporting.
The students recognise the current phenomena in the context of the selection planning. He/She knows how to make customer-oriented plans for the shops and boutiques. Students shows that he/she knows the key principles of the selection planning.
The students knows the principles of selection planning, but is not be able to apply them customer-based. He/she knows the issues of exhibition of products and understand their impact on business. Student`s knowledge is minimal in subject area.`
The student has a beginner's knowledge in exhibition and selection planning. He/she understands slightly their impact on business. The student is not able to apply the information to customer-based. Students knowledge is narrow and low.
If the students does not meet the minimum criteria set for the course, the grade is 0 (fall)