Interior Design Course - Certificate (Classroom-Based)
Classroom-Based

Classroom-Basedcourse

Start Date:  February 2018
Price:  £ 795 (easy-pay plan available)
Duration:  3 months
Assessment:  5 Practical Assignments
Level:  Equivalent to level 2 on the RQF
Accreditation:  Open & Distance Learning Quality Council
Course Type:  Classroom-Based
Entry Requirements:  18 years old or over.

Certificate course in Interior Design

The certificate course in Interior Design is an introduction into the fascinating world of Interiors. It acts as an introduction course for budding enthusiasts and is a great course if you just need a bit more knowledge in order to tackle your own home or a new build.

The classroom-based certificate course covers the same topics as the home study course but with the added benefit of live classes conducted by our expert tutors. This blended learning approach ensures that you receive the optimum support and knowledge with the least amount of disruption to your working schedule.

The classroom-based certificate course takes place over a two month period with either three full-day Saturday classes from 09:30 to 16:30 or six Tuesday evening classes from 18:30 to 21:00.

Throughout the course you will complete five practical assignments. Our aim is for students to receive as much guidance and support during the tutorials as possible so that they will be able to plan their assignments in class and complete them at home.

You can choose to enrol for either the Tuesday evening or full-day Saturday classes in London (Westminster University) or Manchester (Salford University).

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London Classes
Saturday Classes  (Full Day) Starts  3  Full DaysView Schedule  
Thursday Classes  (Evening) Starts  6  EveningsView Schedule  
 
Manchester Classes
Thursday Classes  (Evening) Starts  6  EveningsView Schedule  
Saturday Classes  (Full Day) Starts  3  Full DaysView Schedule  

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Materials and Finishes

Unit One

  • Wallpapers
  • Paint
  • Flooring
  • Furniture
  • Fabrics
  • Colour
  • Lighting
  • Window treatments

Presentation and Planning

Unit Two

  • Surveying a room
  • Drawing a plan and elevation
  • Creating a sample board
  • Space planning
  • Generating ideas
  • Colour rendering
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom and bedroom
  • Sitting room
  • Styles