This course is ideal for students wishing to develop skills in all aspects of Spatial Design for interiors.
The syllabus encompasses interior design for both commercial and domestic spaces. The qualification is accredited by Pearson Education.
"Innovative industry-style briefs are skilfully designed and communicated to learners.” (Ofsted, 2016)
The course equips students for a career in a range of interior design specialisms.
This programme is designed to be a two year HND level 5 course which is the equivalent of the first two years of a degree programme. On completion of the first year (at HNC level 4) accreditation can be claimed.
It covers all aspects of interior design both domestic and commercial projects including, retail design, exhibition design, set design and 3D spatial planning.
On completion of the course, you will have built up a portfolio of work that will enable you to demonstrate your design skills and subject knowledge to potential employers at interview for the work place. Alternatively, it will enable you to progress to a top-up qualification on an undergraduate degree course at university.
It is also suitable if designers who already work in all areas of 3D design/Interiors and wish to expand and develop professional knowledge and practice, improve confidence, presentation skills, and gain a higher national qualification.
You will study:
- Visual Communication in Design
- Ideas Generation and Development in Design
- Contextual and Cultural Referencing in Design
- Professional Practice in Design
- Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation.
If you need information about a loan for your fees and other related information, try The Student Loan Company www.slc.co.uk/services/higher-education.aspx Fees quoted on this web page are per year of study.
Please be aware we do require you to apply via UCAS https://www.ucas.com/apply .
The UCAS institution code for Gloucestershire College is G45.
The UCAS code for this course is 95D2.
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Please note that modules could be subject to change but any such changes, to module delivery, would be in consultation with the students.