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Diploma of Interior Design

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Course Description

The course covers all areas of interior design, from design principles and dealing with clients, to understanding and interpreting briefs, working with suppliers and drawing up documents, and identifying and recommending materials and furniture. This ensures you graduate ready to start working in the industry.

What you'll learn

You will learn to combine the technical, creative and conceptual skills required to plan and decorate interiors for commercial, residential or heritage buildings. This interior design course will cover essential skills including - drawing, conceptual, research and business skills as well as building your knowledge of materials and ways of working sustainably.

Why study this course?

  • By the time you get to the end of the course, you'll have an extensive portfolio of work that you can proudly present to prospective employers and clients.
  • Our Trainers and Assessors are seasoned interior design industry experts, who are committed to helping you understand your learning and get the most out of your study.

If you are an existing worker or have experience in the related industry, please inform our enrolment consultants during your enrolment conversation. You may be eligible to enrol as an existing worker and complete your studies faster. Please note - limitations do apply.

Potential career outcomes

  • Colour Consultant
  • Interior Decoration Consultant
  • Interior Designer
  • Interior Stylist
  • Kitchen Designer
  • Soft Furnishing Consultant

Course Details

Course number E1362
Qualification name MSF50218 Diploma of Interior Design
Course duration Maximum 30 months
Delivery Method Online
Recognition Nationally Recognised Nationally Recognised Training
Assessments Portfolio, Presentations, Projects, Questions
Awarded by Open Colleges Pty Ltd (Provider number: 90796)

Requirements

Entry Requirements

Education

To successfully complete this course, it is recommended that students: 

  • be over 18 years of age

  • have language, literacy and numeracy skills that ensures the ability to read and comprehend technical terms and communicate effectively through email. 

Equipment

You will need access to a modern computer, or smart device with high-speed internet.

Minimum computer specifications are:

All users:

For 32-bit AutoCAD:

  • 32-bit Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon™ Dual Core, 3.0 GHz or higher with SSE2 technology

For 64-bit AutoCAD:

  • AMD Athlon 64 with SSE2 technology
  • AMD Opteron™ with SSE2 technology
  • Intel® Xeon® with Intel EM64T support with SSE2 technology
  • Intel Pentium 4 with Intel EM64T support with SSE2 technology
  • Microsoft Office 2007 or equivalent
  • Broadband Internet Connection
  • Minimum 8GB
  • HDD- 10GB (min) available hard disc space for installation; additional free space is required during installation.
  • Windows display adapter capable of 1024x768 with True Color capabilities (DirectX® 9 or DirectX 11 compliant card recommended but not required)
  • DVD – CD-Rom Drive
  • 1280 x 800 resolution display (1280 x 1024 recommended) with 16 – bit colour and 512 MB of V RAM

Mac OS:

  • Mac OS X v 10.6.8 or v 10.7
  • Multicore Intel® processor with 64-bit support

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows 7, 8 or 1

You will also need access to:

  • A digital video recording device and/or a digital camera and associated software to save and upload video and image files to OpenSpace. Many mobile phones and smart phones include this technology.

  • Software to view online videos and images. Software such as Adobe Reader, Windows Media Player, Windows Photo Viewer etc. are available as a free download from the internet.

Skills

You will need to have proficient computing skills to undertake this course. This includes the ability to:

  • Use the computer, mouse and keyboard with proficiency in skills required to integrate software packages, save files and search the Internet

  • Proficient computer, mouse and keyboard skills to operate design software (AutoCAD and Adobe CS ) for creating designs

  • Attach and use peripheral devices such as a scanner, digital camera, media storage (e.g., flash drive for  design storage)

  • Scan hand drawn conceptual images

  • Save a compressed file (.zip)

  • Save a PDF File

Additional

  • You will also be required to register for AutoCAD software, which is available free for students enrolled in an approved education institution.

  • Simulated Workplace Requirement: You must have access to a specific place where you undertake your assessment activities. This work area should be designed as a home office area or design studio. You will be asked to submit photographic evidence of your simulated workplace facility before assessment in Study Period 1. The simulated workplace facility may include tools, equipment and resources, including:
    • workstation/layout table and drawing board (MDF board with set squares and T-Square as a minimum)

    • ergonomic chair

    • bookshelves

    • filing system

    • desk lamp

    • computer

    • internet access

    • storage for drawing equipment.

  • You will also need access to:

    • an A4 – A3 printer or photocopier

    • a high resolution colour printer

    • a high resolution, large format scanner

Creative Ability

You'll need to possess some creative and design skills. These may be demonstrated by confirmation that you have:

  • completed a relevant subject at high school (such as art, design, digital media, animation or communication); and/or

  • completed subsequent courses or qualifications in a related field, this may include the Certificate III in Design Fundamentals, Certificate IV in Design or some other course that builds basic creative and design skills; and/or

  • at least 12 months of experience in the interior design and decoration industry and, in doing so, have undertaken tasks that have demonstrated at least basic creative and design skills.

 

Equipment and tools

You will need to purchase specific tools and equipment as part of this course including the following required reading:

  • Interior Design Illustrated, Ching, Frank (ISBN 978-1-118-09071-8)
  • Interior Design – Visual Presentation, Mitton, Maureen (ISBN 978-0-470-61902-5)

Click here to view the complete list of materials, equipment and tools required for this course.

Language, Literacy and Numeracy

Our free online assessment tool can help give you an idea of the language, literacy and numeracy skills needed to study a VET course. This tool can also help you determine your learning level and help you plan your future studies. You can access the Language, Literacy and Numeracy tool here.

Subjects

Once you are enrolled in this course, you will receive access to the first Module, which contains the first set of units for the course. When you have successfully completed those units, you'll be given access to the next Module.

Open Colleges may make changes to the course from time to time to reflect changes introduced to the relevant Training Package or other regulatory requirements. Please download the course guide for current information about the course and its status.

Elements & Principles

  • Prepare for technical drawing work
  • Create technical drawings
  • Source information on 2-dimensional design
  • Explore the creative design process for 2-dimensional forms
  • Communicate concepts or ideas through application of design processes to 2-dimensional forms

Architectural Styles

  • Plan research

  • Gather and analyse information on interior decoration and design influences

  • Maintain currency with design and decoration movements and styles

  • Source information on 3-dimensional design
  • Explore the creative design process for 3-dimensional forms
  • Communicate concepts or ideas through application of design processes to 3-dimensional forms

Developing Concepts

  • Evaluate and explore needs and opportunities
  • Develop a range of creative approaches
  • Refine concepts
  • Develop concepts to an operational level
  • Plan drawing work
  • Experiment to represent ideas
  • Create drawings

Exploring Colour

  • Source information on colour and colour theory
  • Experiment with colour
  • Communicate concepts and ideas through use of colour
  • Assess colour requirements for the project

  • Research colour schemes for interiors

  • Explore colour schemes

  • Finalise and present colour scheme

Interior Styling Service

  • Confirm services with client
  • Determine project requirements
  • Develop ideas and select preferred solutions
  • Specify confirmed style
  • Style the space

Ethics and Sustainability

  • Identify current resource use and environmental issues
  • Comply with environmental regulations
  • Seek opportunities to improve environmental practices and resource efficiency
  • Research information
  • Use information in work practice
  • Maintain currency of knowledge

Design Residential Interiors

  • Analyse the project brief
  • Conduct project research
  • Develop design concepts
  • Design the space
  • Revise and refine solution
  • Prepare client presentation

Creative Design Methodology

  • Evaluate interior spaces
  • Manipulate 3D space and form
  • Resolve interior design problems

Managing your Design Business

  • Review and evaluate operational strategies and procedures
  • Implement operational strategies and procedures
  • Evaluate business performance
  • Review business operations
  • Define the design challenge
  • Undertake research to inform the design solution
  • Communicate and collaborate with others
  • Generate ideas and responses to the design challenge
  • Select a design solution

Materials, Finishes and Construction

  • Determine project requirements
  • Research material and finish options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendations to client
  • Confirm detailed design requirements
  • Prepare digital design documentation
  • Manage documentation package

Using CAD

  • Determine project requirements
  • Produce 3D model and documentation
  • Create 2D drawings and edit components
  • Render surfaces
  • Create and edit 3D views of the model
  • Plot and print for final presentations
  • Save and back up files
  • Clarify work requirements
  • Develop 3D digital models
  • Finalise 3D digital models

Preparing a resource library

  • Determine project requirements
  • Research furniture and accessories options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendations to client
  • Determine project requirements
  • Research soft furnishing options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendation to client

Furnitures, soft furnishings and accessories

  • Determine project requirements
  • Research furniture and accessories options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendations to client
  • Determine project requirements
  • Research soft furnishing options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendation to client

The Design Brief

  • Establish design requirements
  • Develop and refine design brief
  • Negotiate terms and conditions
  • Prepare for site evaluation
  • Assess structural elements
  • Assess services
  • Conduct additional research to support site evaluation
  • Analyse the project brief
  • Conduct project research
  • Generate decorative themes and concepts
  • Select and specify solutions
  • Present fully resolved scheme

Lighting Recommendations

  •  Interpret lighting requirements
  • Assess existing orientation and natural light
  • Determine supplementary lighting requirements
  • Generate lighting concepts
  • Revise and refine solution
  • Present lighting solution

Presenting Your Creative Work

  • Evaluate and select presentation options
  • Plan presentation of work
  • Create presentation
  • View and update presentation

Safety In Construction

  • Identify health and safety legislative requirements of construction work.

  • Identify construction hazards and risk control measures.

  • Identify health and safety communication and reporting processes.

  • Identify incident and emergency response procedures.

*Open Colleges does not offer this Unit of Competency. You will be required to undertake the Unit of Competency with an external provider at your own cost. 

Making recommendation to your client

  • Determine project requirements
  • Research furniture and accessories options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendations to client
  • Determine project requirements
  • Research soft furnishing options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendation to client

Payment Options

Pay in Full

You can choose to pay your course fees in full upon enrolment and benefit from a 10% discount (unless otherwise advertised).

Pay 50% & Payment Plan Combo

You can also choose to pay 50% of your total course fees upon enrolment and the balance on a Payment Plan.  When you do, you’ll benefit from 50% of the standard Pay in Full discount (unless otherwise advertised).

Payment Plan

You can choose to pay for your course in weekly or fortnightly instalments. By paying in instalments, you can schedule your payments around your regular outgoings and get ahead without breaking the bank. Open Colleges payment plans are interest-free.

Zip Money Payment Plan

If you need a little more flexibility with your finances and would like to pay off your course fees over a longer period of time, we can assist by organising Zip Money to pay your course fees directly to us on your behalf, and you pay this loan back to Zip Money over an agreed period of time. Zip Money provides you flexible options of selecting a 24, 36 or 48 months interest-free, payment plan (dependant on which course you’re enrolling into) to suit your lifestyle, giving you more flexibility than ever before.

BPAY®

With BPAY®, you’re able to pay quickly and securely, 24/7 through your internet, mobile or phone banking service. You can choose when, how much and from which account to pay from - whatever works for you. BPAY® is only available when paying in full. Call an Enrolment Consultant to find out more. 

BPAY® is a trademark of BPAY Pty Ltd ABN 69 079 137 518. Check if BPAY® is right for you by reading the terms and conditions available from your Financial Institution.

Trainers

Zaid Kilani

Zaid started working in the Interior Design field for an elite custom furniture company, focusing on 3D modelling in furniture and interior design for both commercial and residential projects. Zaid holds a Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration, along with a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

He followed his passion for interior design and 3D modelling and now has years of experience, having worked on a variety of different interior design and furniture design projects. This experience enabled him to expand his knowledge of a variety of CAD, 3D modelling and rendering software. His passion for design drove him to start his own interior design studio. He loves to share his knowledge and spread his passion of design with students.

Industry Connections

Membership

Students of this course will receive a membership to these organisation(s)

SAVE 35% OFF

Selected course fees when you pay upfront.

Voucher code: SUPERSAVE

Offer ends on Sunday 27th November 2022 at 11:59pm AEST.

*Terms & conditions

Course at a Glance

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Career Outcomes

  • checkColour Consultant
  • checkInterior Decoration Consultant
  • checkInterior Designer
  • checkInterior Stylist
  • checkKitchen Designer
  • checkSoft Furnishing Consultant
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Delivery Method

Online

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Payment

Flexible payment options available

Recognition

Nationally recognised

Nationally Recognised Training

Why study with us?

  • Study at your pace
  • Flexible payment options
  • Nationally recognised accreditation
  • World-class learning platform

Course at a Glance

icon for career outcomes

Career Outcomes

  • checkColour Consultant
  • checkInterior Decoration Consultant
  • checkInterior Designer
  • checkInterior Stylist
  • checkKitchen Designer
  • checkSoft Furnishing Consultant
computer

Delivery Method

Online

credit_score

Payment

Flexible payment options available

Recognition

Nationally recognised

Nationally Recognised Training

SAVE 35% OFF

Selected course fees when you pay upfront.

Voucher code: SUPERSAVE

Offer ends on Sunday 27th November 2022 at 11:59pm AEST.

*Terms & conditions

The course covers all areas of interior design, from design principles and dealing with clients, to understanding and interpreting briefs, working with suppliers and drawing up documents, and identifying and recommending materials and furniture. This ensures you graduate ready to start working in the industry.

What you'll learn

You will learn to combine the technical, creative and conceptual skills required to plan and decorate interiors for commercial, residential or heritage buildings. This interior design course will cover essential skills including - drawing, conceptual, research and business skills as well as building your knowledge of materials and ways of working sustainably.

Why study this course?

  • By the time you get to the end of the course, you'll have an extensive portfolio of work that you can proudly present to prospective employers and clients.
  • Our Trainers and Assessors are seasoned interior design industry experts, who are committed to helping you understand your learning and get the most out of your study.

If you are an existing worker or have experience in the related industry, please inform our enrolment consultants during your enrolment conversation. You may be eligible to enrol as an existing worker and complete your studies faster. Please note - limitations do apply.

Potential career outcomes

  • Colour Consultant
  • Interior Decoration Consultant
  • Interior Designer
  • Interior Stylist
  • Kitchen Designer
  • Soft Furnishing Consultant
Course number E1362
Qualification name MSF50218 Diploma of Interior Design
Course duration Maximum 30 months
Delivery Method Online
Recognition Nationally Recognised Nationally Recognised Training
Assessments Portfolio, Presentations, Projects, Questions
Awarded by Open Colleges Pty Ltd (Provider number: 90796)

Entry Requirements

Education

To successfully complete this course, it is recommended that students: 

  • be over 18 years of age

  • have language, literacy and numeracy skills that ensures the ability to read and comprehend technical terms and communicate effectively through email. 

Equipment

You will need access to a modern computer, or smart device with high-speed internet.

Minimum computer specifications are:

All users:

For 32-bit AutoCAD:

  • 32-bit Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon™ Dual Core, 3.0 GHz or higher with SSE2 technology

For 64-bit AutoCAD:

  • AMD Athlon 64 with SSE2 technology
  • AMD Opteron™ with SSE2 technology
  • Intel® Xeon® with Intel EM64T support with SSE2 technology
  • Intel Pentium 4 with Intel EM64T support with SSE2 technology
  • Microsoft Office 2007 or equivalent
  • Broadband Internet Connection
  • Minimum 8GB
  • HDD- 10GB (min) available hard disc space for installation; additional free space is required during installation.
  • Windows display adapter capable of 1024x768 with True Color capabilities (DirectX® 9 or DirectX 11 compliant card recommended but not required)
  • DVD – CD-Rom Drive
  • 1280 x 800 resolution display (1280 x 1024 recommended) with 16 – bit colour and 512 MB of V RAM

Mac OS:

  • Mac OS X v 10.6.8 or v 10.7
  • Multicore Intel® processor with 64-bit support

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows 7, 8 or 1

You will also need access to:

  • A digital video recording device and/or a digital camera and associated software to save and upload video and image files to OpenSpace. Many mobile phones and smart phones include this technology.

  • Software to view online videos and images. Software such as Adobe Reader, Windows Media Player, Windows Photo Viewer etc. are available as a free download from the internet.

Skills

You will need to have proficient computing skills to undertake this course. This includes the ability to:

  • Use the computer, mouse and keyboard with proficiency in skills required to integrate software packages, save files and search the Internet

  • Proficient computer, mouse and keyboard skills to operate design software (AutoCAD and Adobe CS ) for creating designs

  • Attach and use peripheral devices such as a scanner, digital camera, media storage (e.g., flash drive for  design storage)

  • Scan hand drawn conceptual images

  • Save a compressed file (.zip)

  • Save a PDF File

Additional

  • You will also be required to register for AutoCAD software, which is available free for students enrolled in an approved education institution.

  • Simulated Workplace Requirement: You must have access to a specific place where you undertake your assessment activities. This work area should be designed as a home office area or design studio. You will be asked to submit photographic evidence of your simulated workplace facility before assessment in Study Period 1. The simulated workplace facility may include tools, equipment and resources, including:
    • workstation/layout table and drawing board (MDF board with set squares and T-Square as a minimum)

    • ergonomic chair

    • bookshelves

    • filing system

    • desk lamp

    • computer

    • internet access

    • storage for drawing equipment.

  • You will also need access to:

    • an A4 – A3 printer or photocopier

    • a high resolution colour printer

    • a high resolution, large format scanner

Creative Ability

You'll need to possess some creative and design skills. These may be demonstrated by confirmation that you have:

  • completed a relevant subject at high school (such as art, design, digital media, animation or communication); and/or

  • completed subsequent courses or qualifications in a related field, this may include the Certificate III in Design Fundamentals, Certificate IV in Design or some other course that builds basic creative and design skills; and/or

  • at least 12 months of experience in the interior design and decoration industry and, in doing so, have undertaken tasks that have demonstrated at least basic creative and design skills.

 

Equipment and tools

You will need to purchase specific tools and equipment as part of this course including the following required reading:

  • Interior Design Illustrated, Ching, Frank (ISBN 978-1-118-09071-8)
  • Interior Design – Visual Presentation, Mitton, Maureen (ISBN 978-0-470-61902-5)

Click here to view the complete list of materials, equipment and tools required for this course.

Language, Literacy and Numeracy

Our free online assessment tool can help give you an idea of the language, literacy and numeracy skills needed to study a VET course. This tool can also help you determine your learning level and help you plan your future studies. You can access the Language, Literacy and Numeracy tool here.

Once you are enrolled in this course, you will receive access to the first Module, which contains the first set of units for the course. When you have successfully completed those units, you'll be given access to the next Module.

Open Colleges may make changes to the course from time to time to reflect changes introduced to the relevant Training Package or other regulatory requirements. Please download the course guide for current information about the course and its status.

Elements & Principles

  • Prepare for technical drawing work
  • Create technical drawings
  • Source information on 2-dimensional design
  • Explore the creative design process for 2-dimensional forms
  • Communicate concepts or ideas through application of design processes to 2-dimensional forms

Architectural Styles

  • Plan research

  • Gather and analyse information on interior decoration and design influences

  • Maintain currency with design and decoration movements and styles

  • Source information on 3-dimensional design
  • Explore the creative design process for 3-dimensional forms
  • Communicate concepts or ideas through application of design processes to 3-dimensional forms

Developing Concepts

  • Evaluate and explore needs and opportunities
  • Develop a range of creative approaches
  • Refine concepts
  • Develop concepts to an operational level
  • Plan drawing work
  • Experiment to represent ideas
  • Create drawings

Exploring Colour

  • Source information on colour and colour theory
  • Experiment with colour
  • Communicate concepts and ideas through use of colour
  • Assess colour requirements for the project

  • Research colour schemes for interiors

  • Explore colour schemes

  • Finalise and present colour scheme

Interior Styling Service

  • Confirm services with client
  • Determine project requirements
  • Develop ideas and select preferred solutions
  • Specify confirmed style
  • Style the space

Ethics and Sustainability

  • Identify current resource use and environmental issues
  • Comply with environmental regulations
  • Seek opportunities to improve environmental practices and resource efficiency
  • Research information
  • Use information in work practice
  • Maintain currency of knowledge

Design Residential Interiors

  • Analyse the project brief
  • Conduct project research
  • Develop design concepts
  • Design the space
  • Revise and refine solution
  • Prepare client presentation

Creative Design Methodology

  • Evaluate interior spaces
  • Manipulate 3D space and form
  • Resolve interior design problems

Managing your Design Business

  • Review and evaluate operational strategies and procedures
  • Implement operational strategies and procedures
  • Evaluate business performance
  • Review business operations
  • Define the design challenge
  • Undertake research to inform the design solution
  • Communicate and collaborate with others
  • Generate ideas and responses to the design challenge
  • Select a design solution

Materials, Finishes and Construction

  • Determine project requirements
  • Research material and finish options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendations to client
  • Confirm detailed design requirements
  • Prepare digital design documentation
  • Manage documentation package

Using CAD

  • Determine project requirements
  • Produce 3D model and documentation
  • Create 2D drawings and edit components
  • Render surfaces
  • Create and edit 3D views of the model
  • Plot and print for final presentations
  • Save and back up files
  • Clarify work requirements
  • Develop 3D digital models
  • Finalise 3D digital models

Preparing a resource library

  • Determine project requirements
  • Research furniture and accessories options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendations to client
  • Determine project requirements
  • Research soft furnishing options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendation to client

Furnitures, soft furnishings and accessories

  • Determine project requirements
  • Research furniture and accessories options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendations to client
  • Determine project requirements
  • Research soft furnishing options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendation to client

The Design Brief

  • Establish design requirements
  • Develop and refine design brief
  • Negotiate terms and conditions
  • Prepare for site evaluation
  • Assess structural elements
  • Assess services
  • Conduct additional research to support site evaluation
  • Analyse the project brief
  • Conduct project research
  • Generate decorative themes and concepts
  • Select and specify solutions
  • Present fully resolved scheme

Lighting Recommendations

  •  Interpret lighting requirements
  • Assess existing orientation and natural light
  • Determine supplementary lighting requirements
  • Generate lighting concepts
  • Revise and refine solution
  • Present lighting solution

Presenting Your Creative Work

  • Evaluate and select presentation options
  • Plan presentation of work
  • Create presentation
  • View and update presentation

Safety In Construction

  • Identify health and safety legislative requirements of construction work.

  • Identify construction hazards and risk control measures.

  • Identify health and safety communication and reporting processes.

  • Identify incident and emergency response procedures.

*Open Colleges does not offer this Unit of Competency. You will be required to undertake the Unit of Competency with an external provider at your own cost. 

Making recommendation to your client

  • Determine project requirements
  • Research furniture and accessories options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendations to client
  • Determine project requirements
  • Research soft furnishing options
  • Refine ideas and select preferred solution
  • Make recommendation to client

Pay in Full

You can choose to pay your course fees in full upon enrolment and benefit from a 10% discount (unless otherwise advertised).

Pay 50% & Payment Plan Combo

You can also choose to pay 50% of your total course fees upon enrolment and the balance on a Payment Plan.  When you do, you’ll benefit from 50% of the standard Pay in Full discount (unless otherwise advertised).

Payment Plan

You can choose to pay for your course in weekly or fortnightly instalments. By paying in instalments, you can schedule your payments around your regular outgoings and get ahead without breaking the bank. Open Colleges payment plans are interest-free.

Zip Money Payment Plan

If you need a little more flexibility with your finances and would like to pay off your course fees over a longer period of time, we can assist by organising Zip Money to pay your course fees directly to us on your behalf, and you pay this loan back to Zip Money over an agreed period of time. Zip Money provides you flexible options of selecting a 24, 36 or 48 months interest-free, payment plan (dependant on which course you’re enrolling into) to suit your lifestyle, giving you more flexibility than ever before.

BPAY®

With BPAY®, you’re able to pay quickly and securely, 24/7 through your internet, mobile or phone banking service. You can choose when, how much and from which account to pay from - whatever works for you. BPAY® is only available when paying in full. Call an Enrolment Consultant to find out more. 

BPAY® is a trademark of BPAY Pty Ltd ABN 69 079 137 518. Check if BPAY® is right for you by reading the terms and conditions available from your Financial Institution.

Zaid Kilani

Zaid started working in the Interior Design field for an elite custom furniture company, focusing on 3D modelling in furniture and interior design for both commercial and residential projects. Zaid holds a Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration, along with a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

He followed his passion for interior design and 3D modelling and now has years of experience, having worked on a variety of different interior design and furniture design projects. This experience enabled him to expand his knowledge of a variety of CAD, 3D modelling and rendering software. His passion for design drove him to start his own interior design studio. He loves to share his knowledge and spread his passion of design with students.

Membership

Students of this course will receive a membership to these organisation(s)

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