As an Interior Designer, you will consult with your clients to plan and carry out the design of their interior and furnishings. This course covers a range of topics relating to interior design, and the elements that need to be considered in the planning stages.
You will need to know about:
The history of modern interior design, how to become an interior designer, and understanding how to work with your clients
Design principles, including how these interact with other disciplines
Project management, payment strategies, and common design challenges
Design elements – colours, accessories, fabrics, and the user experience
Room elements – choosing colour schemes, flooring, furniture, and the like
Room-by-room design – living room, kitchen, bedroom, and so on
Popular interior styles, including minimalist, contemporary, shabby chic
Sustainable design – how design interacts with the environment
Presenting your ideas via e.g. sketching, or computer aided design
Managing an interior design business, with a strong focus on marketing.
Fundamentals of interior design
Overview of projects
Visual design elements
Identifying room elements
Room by room designing
A study of interior design styles
Introducing your ideas
Business concepts of interior design
Who is it for?
Those who have always loved interior design and have a keen interest in this area
Those who are creative and enjoy reading interior design magazines, or have a penchant for changing colour schemes and re-positioning furniture within their home or office
Family and friends are always suggesting you start your own interior design business
Successful candidates will be awarded a Diploma in Interior Designing – Level 3.
Benefits you will gain:
High quality e-learning study materials and mock exams.
Tutorials/materials from the industry leading experts.
24/7 Access to the Learning Portal.
Benefit of applying NUS extra Discount Card.
Recognised Accredited Qualification.
Excellent customer service and administrative support.
What do I need to know?
This course is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds. Having a sound academic background would be an advantage.
Basic understanding of English language, literacy, numeracy and ICT are required to attend this course.
Learners should be ages 17 or over to undertake the qualification.
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