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This course is aimed at students who are interested in exploring and understanding the design process of interior design for their own use to improve their living or working environment. They will gain a basic understanding of how to produce a visual interpretation of a brief, how to design and plan a space, producing plans and elevations, exploring colour, lighting and furniture in the interior, how to develop a suitable palette of materials and finishes, how to source furniture and materials and basic presentation techniques.

  • Study level: Beginner
  • Duration of training: Different durations are available for this course
  • Study mode: Part time evening | Full time
  • Timetable: Monday to Friday
Professional Diploma in Interior Design

This course is aimed at students wishing to gain an understanding of Interior Design to change career, continue in further education or for individual property development. It is divided into three parts: Part one Introduces the design process and uses a residential project to concentrate on learning drawing skills and visual vocabulary required to design and present project work.

  • Study level: Not applicable
  • Duration of training: 1 Year
  • Study mode: Full time
INTERIOR PLANNING - Module Two - Residential Design

This course is designed for students who wish to achieve an overall grounding of Interior Design and who are considering it as a career option. The course is taught practically through design projects developed in the studio and is supported by a series of talks that cover fundamental skills, elements of the interior (materials, furniture, lighting and colour), twentieth century design history and professional practice.

  • Study level: Beginner
  • Duration of training: 6 months
  • Study mode: Part time evening
  • Timetable: Tuesday
INTERIOR DETAILING - Module Three - Residential Design

This year is for students who have completed Modules One and Two, or a similar equivalent course, and will build on existing skills as well as introducing new ideas and techniques. We will be discussing and practicing contradictory elements within the design process including inspiration, creativity, practicality and technical restraints, and throughout the year there will be an emphasis on collecting ideas in a workbook and drawing as a means of communication.

  • Study level: Intermediate
  • Duration of training: 6 months
  • Study mode: Part time evening
  • Timetable: Wednesday