Visual Merchandising

The Design and Social Context college at RMIT is at the global forefront of visual merchandising education, training and research.

Our short courses range from one session workshops to semester-long courses suitable for those who are looking to try something new as well as the experienced professional.

Below are listed a range of short courses that are integral to these design disciplines.

Portfolio preparation course(s):

This is what our students are saying about our courses.

Chris Crouch

Course: Visual Merchandising: Styling for Retail and Display

I wanted to expand my horizons and help me with my new business venture and the RMIT Visual merchandising course has such a good reputation.
A short course is the perfect start to try something new or challenge yourself, so I would highly recommend it, especially Visual Merchandising if that interests you.

I loved the class had a wide range of students from all areas of interest and the course catered to everyone from beginners like me to those wanting to make Visual Merchandising a career.

These are some of our expert facilitators.

Justin Compton

Course(s): Visual Merchandising – Introduction

Prior to teaching in the Visual Merchandising program and short courses at RMIT, Justin worked for major department stores and specialty retail stores in Melbourne in leadership and visual merchandising roles. He has extensive experience in the industry . in both window design and installation and in-store merchandising for a variety of different types of merchandise. He has worked as a freelance consultant in retail and Visual Merchandising. He is also an award winning educator.