DE­SIGN YOUR OWN FU­TURE IN­TE­RIOR CRE­ATIVE SKILLS CAN BE USED IN MANY WAYS

Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - UP SKILL - Janita Singh

A GOOD in­te­rior de­signer or dec­o­ra­tor uses artis­tic skills to struc­ture cre­ative spa­ces and is al­ways in de­mand.

If you love de­sign­ing and dec­o­rat­ing, have an eye for de­tail and are a peo­ple per­son, you may want to look at a Cer­tifi­cate IV in In­te­rior Dec­o­ra­tion and the Diploma of In­te­rior De­sign and Dec­o­ra­tion at Open Col­leges Aus­tralia.

Both are flex­i­ble cour­ses, run­ning from 24 to 30 months, and cover all aspects of de­sign and dec­o­rat­ing from con­cep­tual sketch­ing to colour schemes, fur­nish­ing, styling, light­ing, CAD train­ing and 3D modelling, build­ing and con­struc- tion tech­niques. The the­ory and his­tory of colour and de­sign and ar­chi­tec­tural styles are also cov­ered.

Af­ter a Cer­tifi­cate IV, stu­dents can com­plete the diploma level if they want fur­ther skills for an in­te­rior de­sign role. Any­one can get in – straight af­ter year 12, mums and dads re-en­ter­ing the work force, those look­ing to up­skill and oth­ers.

In­te­rior de­sign and dec­o­rat­ing of­fer many job op­por­tu­ni­ties.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.