Course Title: Plan, organise and maintain display lighting

Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term2 2014

Course Code: MKTG7848C

Course Title: Plan, organise and maintain display lighting

School: 320T Architecture & Design

Campus: City Campus

Program: C5325 - Diploma of Visual Merchandising

Course Contact : Sam Falanga

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 4819

Course Contact Email:samuel.falanga@rmit.edu.au


Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff

John Owe Young

john.owe-young@rmit.edu.au

Phillip Ferrotto

phillip.ferrotto@rmit.edu.au
 

Nominal Hours: 60

Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.

Pre-requisites and Co-requisites

None

This course is delivered in combination with SIRRMER514 MKTG7856C Design and produce store plans and floor layouts SIRRMER407 MKTG7854C Design merchandisers.

Course Description

In this unit you will develop the skills and knowledge required to review, evaluate and report on the effectiveness of lighting designs and applications, and to facilitate regular maintenance and repair, according to work health and safety (WHS) requirements and store procedures. It also covers developing and communicating lighting application and technology requirements to relevant team members or designers to plan new and additional lighting.


National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

National Element Code & Title:

SIRRMER511 Plan, organise and maintain display lighting

Element:

1. Develop and finalise new lighting plans.

Performance Criteria:

1.1.Review current display lighting to evaluate effectiveness and
identify cost-effective improvements.
1.2.Identify cost-effective lighting requirements for new displays.
1.3.Develop and communicate lighting plan and budget.
1.4.Undertake interior and exterior lighting plan review with team or
designer and suggest modifications.
1.5.Consider and approve final lighting plan in consultation with
relevant personnel as required.

Element:

2. Organise adjustment and maintenance of existing lighting

Performance Criteria:

2.1.Review lighting and adjust or organise adjustment according to
WHS and store procedures to ensure effective enhancement of
displays.
2.2.Identify faulty lighting and facilitate regular maintenance and
repair according to WHS requirements and store procedures.


Learning Outcomes


On successful completion of this course, you will have developed and applied the skills and knowledge required to demonstrate your competency in the above elements.


Details of Learning Activities

Learning Activities

Learning activities may include field research, observation of existing retail environments, case studies, lectures, tutorials, team exercises and industry visits.
 

Learning activities may take place in a studio, workshop or classroom using industry standard tools and resources.

You will complete exercises and industry style projects. You will also be required to undertake independent study.

In class activities may include:
• class exercises to review discussions/lectures
• practical demonstrations
• analysis/critique of relevant reading material
• seminar presentations
• lectures
• design
• guest lecture
• group discussion
• workshops
• online research
• independent project based work
• teacher directed group activities/projects
• site visits (observations)
• tutorials
 

Out of class activities may include:
• Blog/Wiki discussion and participation
• seminar presentations
• design
• guest lecture
• group discussion
• workshops
• online research
• independent project based work
• teacher directed group activities/projects
• site visits (observations)
• ‘workshopping’ of student projects
 


Teaching Schedule

Week

TopicsCompetency ElementMKTG5869MKTG 5870MKTG 5871  
1Orientation      
2Introduction, research, company audit 1,2,31,21  
3Branding, design process 1,21,21  
4Materials, resource file 2,321,2  
5Presentation 1 Store Audit 1,2,31,21,2  
6target markets, image, sustainability  1,21,2,3  
7Self directed learning      
8Design meeting  21,2,3  
9Progress check  21,2,3  
10Presentation 2 K.D. merchandiser  1,21,2,3  
11Pop up retail, Designers toolkit 1,2,31,21,2,3  
12What is light? 3 lighting types 1,2,3    
13Senses marketing 1, Scent 1,2,31,21,2,3  
14Progress check 31,2   
15Presentation 3 Pop up retail 1,2,31,21,2,3  
16The store front 1,2,31,21,2,3  
17Lighting planning, layout & lighting schedule 1,2,31   
18Self directed learning      
19Senses marketing 2 Music 31,22,3  
20Self directed learning      
21Presentation 4 the shop front 1,2,31,21,2,3  
22Retail Site inspection 1,2,31,21  
23Brief a lighting designer & lighting running costs 3 2  
24Self directed learning      
25Fixture & merchandise layout  1,22,3  
26Vacant site progress check 1,2,31,21,2,3  
27Presenting design concepts  1,21,2,3  
28Presentation Vacant site job 1,2,31,21,2,3  
29Presentation Vacant site job      
30Presentation Vacant site job      
31Presentation Vacant site job      
32       
        
        
        


Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts

Title:Human dimension & interior space : a source book of design reference standards / by Julius Panero and Martin Zelnik.
Author:Panero, Julius.
Other Author(s):Zelnik, Martin, 1939-
Publisher:New York : Whitney Library of Design, 1979.
ISBN:0823072711 :
Description:320 p. : ill. ; 31 cm.
Format:BookSubjects:Architecture--Human factors.
Interior decoration--Human factors.
Anthropometry--Tables.
Notes:Includes index.
Bibliography: p. 316-317.

0823072711 :


References


Other Resources

Commercial Supplier catalogues

Creative design resources including websites, magazines and books 

RMIT will provide you with some of the resources and tools for learning in this
course through our online systems and access to specialised facilities and relevant software. You will also have access of the library resources.
 


Overview of Assessment

Assessment is on-going throughout the course. Assessment will incorporate a range of methods to assess performance and the application of knowledge and skills.

Assessment tasks are:
2 x projects 50% each

Please note: All Assessment tasks need to be completed before competency is achieved. A number of tasks will be formative to show your progress and development of skills and knowledge throughout the semester. The final task will be summative to provide a level of performance in addition to your competency.


The RMIT assessment charter summarises your responsibilities as a student as well as those of your teachers.


Assessment Tasks

Assessment tasks in this course are either formative or summative. Formative tasks provide the basis for ongoing feedback and can be considered essential building blocks for the more substantial summative assessment tasks. Summative assessment tasks in this unit are graded.

To demonstrate competency in this course you need to complete each one of the following pieces of assessment to a satisfactory standard.
 

 Formative Assessment

1. Company Audit
Conduct a review of an existing reatil store

2. Resource File

Source general and technical information relating to the retail Industry and compile into an accessible file


3. KD Merchandiser design

Design an easily transportable knock down merchandiser for a given product

4. Pop Up Shop

Design a ’pop up’ shop for a given brand

5. Window Display Lighting

Plan and implement a lighting solution for a window display

Summative Assessment

6. Task 1 - 40% Shopfront Design

Plan and Design a shop front for a given brand including the display elements Due Due week 6 of semester 2

7. Task 2 - 60% Vacant Site Redesign

Using a vacant site that will be visited and inspected, Plan and design a new fitout to suit a given brand. Due week 14 of semester 2

 


Competency based assessment

You will receive feedback with verbal and/or written evaluation of your progress within class time.

The submitted projects will be assessed with written feedback as well as a quality indicator that relates to separate components of the project and the overall outcome.

Assessment Grading: Your final level of assessment for this course will be graded as follows.
HD : High Distinction : 80 – 100
DI : Distinction 70 – 79
CR - Credit : 60 – 69
PA - Pass : 50 – 59
PX - Pass only
NN : Fail - 0 – 49
DNS : Did Not Submit all assignments for assessment.
 


Assessment Matrix


The assessment matrix demonstrates alignment of assessment tasks with the relevant Unit of Competency. These are available from the course contact person (stated above).

Other Information

Attendance:
The major learning experience involves studio based exercises, demonstration and production. It is strongly advised that students attend all sessions in order to engage in the required learning activities, ensuring the maximum opportunity to gain the competency.

Feedback:
You will receive verbal and written feedback by teacher on your work. This feedback also includes suggestions on how you can proceed to the next stage of developing your projects.
Student feedback at RMIT :
http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=9pp3ic9obks7

Student Progress:
Monitoring academic progress is an important enabling and proactive strategy to assist you to achieve your learning potential. Student progress policy :
http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=vj2g89cve4uj1

Special Consideration Policy: (Late Submission)
All assessment tasks are required to be completed to a satisfactory level. If you are unable to complete any piece of assessment by the due date, you will need to apply for an extension. Please refer to the following URL for extensions and special consideration.
www.rmit.edu.au/students/specialconsiderations/online

Submissions
When submitting work for assessment you are required to complete a declaration of authorship. This must be done for every summative assessment task. This statement acknowledges that you are aware of the plagiarism implications. For non-digital submission use the printed form provided.
http://mams.rmit.edu.au/s1llva641yxuz.pdf
For digital online submission please use e-Submission process. Information regarding the e-Submission process can be located e-submission
http://www.rmit.edu.au/teaching/technology/esubmission

Academic Integrity and Plagiarism:
RMIT University has a strict policy on plagiarism and academic integrity. Please refer to the website for more information on this policy go to Academic Integrity :
http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=kw02ylsd8z3n
 

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