Merchandising

Course Coordinator

Dr. Rivini Matararachchi

Course Details

Duration 36-hours (Sundays)
Commencing Date
Course Fee Rs. 20,000/=
Qualification GCE (Ordinary Level) and at least One year experience in Merchandizing or at least Two years relevant experience or Successful completion of the Textile Technology for the Garment Industry Course conducted by the Department of Textile & Clothing Technology.
Medium English
Subject Area

• Introduction to Merchandising
• Co-ordination & Approval
• Garment Costing & Pricing Decisions
• Colouration & Finishing
• Garment Washing
• Teamwork & Motivation
• Buying Cycle
• Order Placement & Follow Up
• Relevance of Testing to Textile & Apparel Industry
• Manufacturing Specifications & Quality Auditing
• Process Planning & Control in Merchandising
• Linking Products Quality & Customers
• Feedback, Planning Action
• Production Planning & Control
• IT applications in Merchandising
• PYarn &Fabric for Merchandisers

(Preference will be given to those who have followed the Textile Technology course).

Tel: 0112640480, Ext. 6018

Email:rivinim@uom.lk



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