Although we say it ourselves, we provide possibly the best of interior design short courses! It is that time of year again when summer beckons students to our wonderful one-week world of worthwhile endeavour while having fun and meeting new people. We always look forward to this week as we have seen many participants on this course move on to do further qualifications and take up careers in the world of interior design. Needless to say, this makes us very proud.
Our practical yet creative one-week interior design course is the perfect foundation for those who want to understand the principles of interior design from scratch. The beauty of our courses is that they can be delivered in our design studio or online giving maximum flexibility to busy people who may have other priorities.
In ‘Interior Design Week‘ our expert tutors gently guide students through a full range of key elements. There will be two design projects incorporated into the week that will include all aspects from meeting the client’s expectations from their brief to producing scheme boards. Along the way, you will learn how to carry out a site survey, draw to scale and how to work with colour. There is plenty of content to keep students on their toes.
Interior design short courses are perfect for any age group from the art student about to consider college options to the active retired who are looking for a new hobby. In between, people from all walks of life looking for a career change or just knowledge to beautify their homes or homes of family and friends take advantage of the online facility for longer courses.
For those who wish to attend a short interior design course, our in studio course is delivered by a qualified interior designer and tutor to only ten students. This ensures individual attention and quality tuition.
Whether you choose to study our courses online or in person, students can receive a City and Guilds award in interior design.
Some of the Topics in our ‘Interior Design Week’
- Understand principles of interior design.
- Colour combinations and colour schemes.
- Draw to scale.
- Soft furnishings, wall and floor coverings, and accessories.
The great advantage of interior design short courses is the adaptability that allows people to work around family commitments yet allows them to pursue a short course that is in-depth and career orientated if that is what is desired as an outcome. We think our courses are inspirational and many of our past pupils would agree with us, having moved on into many different areas. Some ex-pupils have used the skills to develop their own businesses not just in interior design but also in other areas such as accessory shops, soft furnishings, and decorative items. Just knowing how colour works and how to blend texture and fabrics can lead to new creative possibilities as well.
The real potential of interior design short courses is very often under estimated, but the many successful graduates from our short courses and longer offerings are proof that the City and Guilds accreditation is the gold standard when it comes to proof of attainment. The course material is available to you along with a personal tutor to guide you every step of the way. The course content is in manageable units, which lead the student onto the next step seamlessly. This makes our courses suitable complete beginners. We find our students soon gain confidence and are making a contribution very quickly to the course
Enrolment is easy so do not delay if you have been considering taking a course in interior design. Not only will you gain practical and creative skills but will attain a real sense of achievement and mental stimulation from the learning process. Doing a course with a friend is also great fun as you can bounce ideas off each other or pair up on a task.