Main themes

  • Visual display
  • Technology in visual display
  • Planning displays to specification
  • Setting up, maintaining and dismantling displays
  • Shelf plans and plan-o-grams
  • Legislation in relation to display
  • Labelling stock on display
  • Monitoring sales stock levels

Retailers spend time and money on the purchase of products for sale in store. However, it is extremely important that these goods are merchandised properly to entice customers to buy the products by showing the range of products for sale, at their best.

Store displays are critical in making a good impression on the customer. The perception each customer has of your store can be greatly influenced by what they see displayed in-store.

The Retail Display module highlights the importance of the merchandising effort within the store, and focuses on the impact that merchandising can have on sales and profitability. It is important to remember that the average customer views the presentation of the store as a reflection of the retail operation in general. Therefore it is essential that staff are equipped to present the store in the best possible light.

Store displays are critical in making a good impression on the customer.

Name of Awarding Body: Quality and Qualifications Ireland QQI

Title of Programme: Retail Display

QQI Code: 5N1861

This programme is a QQI component (minor) award, certified at Level 5 on the national framework of qualifications – see www.nfq.ie  and is one of 8 components of major award 5M2105 – Retail Practice.