Have you found it difficult to sell products to your clients? The GTi Successful Retailing online course covers all aspects you will need to know in order to confidently and competently retail products to your clients. The course will guide you through the Guild’s specially developed selling process from introduction to closing, which will help to dramatically increase your revenue with successful sales. You will learn how to choose and prepare your products, how to approach the client and how to measure their response.
There are no online examinations to complete. You will be provided with a workbook with tasks for each module to help you tailor the sales process to your own business and products.
The course is fully accredited by The Guild, the UK’s leading professional beauty trade body, for membership and insurance.
|Successful Retailing (Online Course)
|The GTi Successful Retailing course covers all the aspects you will need to know in order to confidently and competently retail products to your clients. The course includes detailed modules on how to choose and prepare your products, how to approach the client and how to measure their response. The course is beautifully written and accompanied by images and voiceovers to give you the best possible learning experience. This theory-only course is completed entirely online, in your own time, so it fits in around a busy lifestyle. There are no online examinations to complete, instead students are provided with a workbook which contains tasks for each module which will help you to tailor the sales process to your own business and products.
(All modules and examinations are completed online with full online support available. On completion of the course, successful students will receive a GTi certificate in Successful Retailing.)
|Guild of Beauty Therapists
|7 Hours (This is completed at your own pace)
|GTi Online Examinations
|Please note that the number of theory and practical hours required to complete this course as stated above are provided as a guideline only. The actual number of theory hours required will vary depending on the speed at which you learn. The number of practical hours may vary depend on learning speed and on class sizes.