So what’s required of you to become a professional interior designer capable of handling any and all assignments?
The requirements are simple and straightforward:
If you have these existing qualities, the British College of Interior Design will provide you with the knowledge and skills to ensure your success in the industry.
A successful interior design consultant does not have to be gifted. Every interior designer was once a complete beginner. Success is very much a matter of knowing how to go about it.
More and more private individuals, business houses, builders, architects and real estate agents are relying on freelance interior designers. And, with thousands of homes, home units, offices and retail premises to be designed or renovated, why not?
However, as you’ll discover, the need for your design skills doesn’t end here. There is a range of other lucrative freelance and full time work to be obtained including project management, styling properties for pre-sale inspection, colour consultancy, functional and appealing bathroom and kitchen design, exhibition design, retail showroom work and more.
Remember, even a simple office at home has desking, storage and technology requirements. And, somebody gets paid for designing them.
As you’ll also discover, interior design is a business that goes far beyond design concepts. By the time you complete this interior design course, you will have an intimate knowledge of all aspects of interior design – from developing your ideas through to the important business side of marketing your professional skills and being paid for your efforts.
What’s more, you’ll be learning about the industry from the inside, receiving hundreds of tips and little insights from some of today’s most successful designers and decorators.
Like yourself, every one of these professionals was once a complete beginner.