Australian accredited Diploma In Interior Design 

Self Paced Online Interior Design Course

The Interior Design Institute is owned and operated by Online Education Pty Ltd, a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), enabling us to offer you the Australian Accredited Diploma Course of Interior Design (MSF50222).

The Interior Design Courses are delivered online and consists of 12 modules and 12 interactive assignments. You can study in your own time and at your own pace. Students studying the Australian Accredited Diploma Course are provided up to 18 months to complete their studies. Extensions are available if required. The modules are designed to be read sequentially and will help build your knowledge to enable you to design a residential space.

There are exercises at the end of each module, which will require you to participate in the design experience. It is through participation and interaction that you will learn to feel confident and find your creative voice. The exercises are designed to help you build your first professional portfolio.

Each student will be given the same residential renovation tasks that will require them to upload new floor and lighting plans, suggest furnishings, fabrics, window treatments, lighting, upholstery and accessories, explore decoration and various design styles, provide colour schemes, upload mood boards, write quotations, prepare newspaper ads, write a scope of works for your contractors, provide a preliminary costing for your clients, etc.

As these are online courses, we understand that some of our students do not have access to real life renovations or clients, so each project completed throughout our course will be hypothetical.

Experience the transformation as your thoughts and opinions evolve while gaining more knowledge and skills. Enjoy the process of gaining skills that will enable you to communicate your untapped, creative potential.

Below are some of the key components of our Australian Accredited Diploma course:

Vocational Education and Training (VET) Accredited Course:
This course, overseen by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), guarantees the fulfilment of quality assurance standards for the Diploma program. Diplomas at this level conform to the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Level 5, equipping graduates with specialised expertise and capabilities suitable for employment and/or continued education.

More In-depth:
The Diploma modules and their corresponding assignments meet all regulatory criteria and as such are more robust and in-depth to better prepare you for entering the workforce at the end of the course.

Recognised by the DIA:
Our Diploma course holds recognition from the Design Institute of Australia (DIA), guaranteeing students that our program meets industry standards.

Highly Qualified Trainers and Assessors:
All of our Diploma tutors have the experience and qualifications required by Government standards to deliver accredited training.

Integration of Units of Competency:
The authors have covered the knowledge and performance evidence for all of the units required to be covered by the Standards for RTOs. These units have been integrated into our 12 module course in a unique and interactive way that allows the student a cohesive and enjoyable journey.

SketchUp Training:
Our Diploma course also includes a dedicated module on SketchUp, which is tailored to the latest iteration of the software. This comprehensive module guarantees an immersive learning experience that will empower students to create impactful designs to enhance their interior design portfolio.

Improved Employment Outcomes:
The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) is the national professional body responsible for collecting, managing, analysing and communicating research and statistics on the Australian vocational education and training (VET) sector. Upon surveying graduates of our Diploma courses, they found:
– 73% of our Diploma graduates have had an improved employment outcome
– 94% of our graduates are satisfied with their overall training
– 94% of graduates recommend us as their preferred education provider

Course Fee

Flexible Payment Options Available

Student Work

Course Curriculum

Module 1

Visual Language of Design

Unit/s covered in this module:

MSFID5022 – Explore and Apply Creative Design Methodology to Interior Space
CUADES303 – Explore and Apply the Creative Design Process to 3D Forms


The first module is an introduction to the creative and exciting world of interior design.

You will:

• Be introduced to the elements and principles of design that are used to create harmonious and balanced interiors.

• Learn how to observe, evaluate and form opinions of different design styles by analysing interior spaces.

• Develop your ‘designer’s eye’ and understand how to apply the knowledge and create inspirational designs for home and work environments.

• Work through ‘The Design Process’, learning how to design a space expressed in a client brief.

Module Content:

  • Getting Started
  • Welcome To IDI!
  • Modules
  • Videos
  • Overall Units
  • Units Covered
  • Course Contributors
  • How To Use Our Course
  • What Do I Need?
  • Software And Devices
  • Materials
  • What Is Interior Design?
  • Quotes We Love
  • Philosophy Of Interior Design
  • The Visual Language Of Design
  • Understanding Design Theory
  • The Design Process
  • Elements Of Interior Design
  • Space
  • Line
  • Shape
  • Colour
  • Texture
  • Light
  • Pattern
  • Principles Of Design
  • Balance
  • Rhythm
  • Emphasis
  • Proportion And Scale
  • Harmony

Module 2

History of Style, Decoration and Architecture

Unit/s covered in this module:

CUADES305 – Source and Apply Information on the History and Theory of Design
MSFFDM4021 – Research Furniture Styles and Movements


This comprehensive module takes you on a fascinating journey, beginning with the origins of decorative finishes seen in cave paintings and ancient dwellings and leads you through the history of design and architecture to the present day.

Full of visual images and information, Module 2 will convey the meanings and messages behind the styles and decorative images you encounter.

You will:

Learn to recognise architectural and decorative details influenced by ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian architecture, Neo-Classicism and more recent design styles.

• Incorporate these ideas into your designs, adding originality and creativity to your work.

• Gain an appreciation of art and design history and how it will continue to be an influence both in the present and the future.

• Look at the different style of furniture throughout the eras.

• Learn how to create ‘Research Information Folders’, to store the myriad of product available.

Module Content:

  • Introduction to History of Style, Decoration and Architecture
  • What is Design History?
  • Why Learn Design History?
  • About this Design History
  • Classical
  • Ancient Greece (1000–100 BC)
  • Ancient Rome (500 BC–500 AD)
  • Byzantine (500–1500)
  • Moorish (700–1500)
  • Romanesque (800–1200)
  • Gothic (1150–1400)
  • Renaissance (1400–1600)
  • Baroque (1590–1725)
  • Rococo (1715–90)
  • Neoclassical (1714–1850)
  • Palladianism – Britain (1715–1800)
  • Georgian / Colonial – Outside Of Britain (1714–1830)
  • Federal – USA (1780–1830)
  • Greek Revival – Britain (1790–1850), USA (1830–60)
  • Furniture Designers
  • Empire – France (1799–15)
  • Neoclassical Architecture in Australia (1788–1860s)
  • Industrial Revolution (1760s–1850s)
  • Victorian (1837–1901)
  • Arts and Crafts Movement (1870–1910)
  • Art Nouveau (1880s–1914)
  • Federation Architecture in Australia (1890–1915)
  • California Bungalow in Australia (1918–40)
  • Art Deco
  • French Art Deco (1920–39)
  • American Art Deco (1925–39)
  • Australian Art Deco (1930s–40s)
  • Art Deco Around the World
  • Modernism (1917–33)
  • De Stijl (1917–31)
  • Bauhaus (1919–33)
  • Le Corbusier
  • Modernism / Functionalism in Australia (1930s–40s)
  • The International Style (1930s–70s)
  • The International Style in Australia (1948–70s)
  • Post-World War II / Mid-Century Modern (1940s–60s)
  • Mid-Twentieth Century / Post-World War II in Australia (1940s–70s)
  • Pop (1960s–70s)
  • Postmodernism (1970s–90s)
  • Postmodernism in Australia (1980s–90s)
  • Minimalism (1990s to Today)
  • Contemporary
  • Sustainable Architecture and Design
    • Sustainability in Design History

3-Module-Online-Interior-Design.jpgModule 3

Design Styles

Unit/s covered in this module:

MSFID4019 – Research Interior Decoration and Design Influences
CUADES411 – Generate Design Solutions
CUADES302 – Explore and Apply the Creative Design Process to 2D Forms


In this module, you will learn how to make strategic and conceptual decisions for your design projects based on the desired function, style and mood of the space.

You will:

• Explore some of the most common interior decorating styles, including traditional, country, eclectic and contemporary.

• Develop your knowledge of different structures, common problems and their solutions so that you can communicate clearly with clients, suppliers and tradespeople.

• Evaluate a site and assess existing structures in order to create a master plan and implement your ideas.

• Build your confidence by establishing a framework for completing a project in a professional manner that will ensure a consistent and high-quality result.

• Explore the 2D elements and principles of ‘Visual Art of Communication’. Learn both listening and communication skills to articulate how you will meet the client’s brief.

• Learn how to visually present ideas to your client by creating mood boards.

Module Content:

  • The Design Process

  • Concept Development

  • Applying The Concept To The Design

  • Trends

  • Colour Trends

  • Types Of Interior Design Styles

  • African

  • American Southwestern

  • Art Deco

  • Art Nouveau

  • Arts And Crafts

  • Belgian Minimalism

  • Bohemian

  • British Colonial

  • Brutalism

  • Californian Cool

  • Country

  • Eclectic

  • French Provincial

  • Gothic

  • Hamptons

  • Industrial

  • Japandi

  • Japanese

  • Maximalism

  • Mediterranean

  • Mid-Century Modern

  • Minimalism

  • Modern Australian

  • Modern Farmhouse

  • Modern Victorian

  • Moroccan

  • Retro

  • Scandinavian

  • Shabby Chic

  • Traditional

  • Transitional

  • Tropical

  • Urban Chic

4-Module-Online-Interior-Design.jpgModule 4

Space Planning

Unit/s covered in this module:

MSFID4012 – Decorate Residential Interiors
CUADES512 – Establish, Negotiate and Refine a Design Brief
MSFID5020 – Design Residential Interiors


Now you will discover how to apply the design elements to your spatial planning and design concepts, considering different furniture layouts to suit the intended function of the space.

You will:

• Learn how to draw a floor plan, rearrange an existing space and plan a new layout for a renovation project.

• Study the different architectural elements that will be included in your floor plan, such as doors, windows, fireplaces and lighting fixtures.

• Become familiar with the functionality of different rooms and understand the role that furniture plays in the design process.

• Extend this project in subsequent assignments and develop a lighting plan, colour scheme and finishes.

• Build your first professional portfolio as you complete these exercises.

• Learn SketchUp for Interior Designers. SketchUp is a modelling program that can be used to create 2D floor plans and 3D models.

Module Content:

  • Space Planning And Proportion
  • Furniture Layouts
  • The Next Step In Space Planning
  • Styling An Existing Room
  • Living Room
  • Sofa
  • Armchair
  • Fireplace
  • Coffee Table
  • Tv/Media Unit
  • Seating Arrangements
  • Dining Room
  • Seating Arrangements
  • Bedrooms
  • Storage
  • Hallway
  • Home Office
  • Laundry
  • Kitchen Design
  • Bathroom Design
  • Types Of Bathrooms
  • Location
  • Design
  • Residential Building Design
  • Rules And Regulations
  • National Construction Code (Ncc)
  • Building Code Of Australia (Bca)
  • Australian Standards
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Orientation
  • Parts Of A Residential Building
  • Wall Components
  • Roof And Ceiling Styles
  • Ceiling Height
  • Windows
  • Floor Plans
  • Orthographic View Types
  • What Is A Floor Plan?
  • Parts Of The Floor Plan
  • Scale
  • Hand Drafting
  • Drafting Tools
  • Rulers
  • Paper
  • Lettering
  • Line Types
  • Dimensions
  • Dimensioning Rules
  • Symbols
  • Spatial Planning

5-Module-Online-Interior-Design.jpgModule 5


Unit/s covered in this module:

MSFID4013 – Design Residential Interior Lighting


This module will enable you to discover the sources and properties of light, types of lighting and how the orientation of a space affects natural lighting.

You will:

• Learn how light affects the selection of colours on different surfaces, finishes and fabrics.

• Understand how to communicate your ideas clearly to electricians, builders and suppliers by specifying the correct products suitable for the intended purpose.

• Turn your creative vision into reality by using natural and artificial lighting to create a stunning effect in your interior design projects.

• Incorporate these ideas into your plan as you continue with the renovation project that started in Module 4.

• Understand energy efficiency and electricity supply to a home.

Module Content:

  • Lighting
  • Light And How We See
  • Colour Properties Of Light
  • Colour Temperature
  • Colour Rendering
  • Natural Light
  • Evaluating Natural Light Levels
  • Artificial Light
  • Sources Of Artificial Light
  • Site Analysis
  • Mounting Options
  • Types Of Light Fittings
  • Light Levels
  • How Light Is Measured
  • Designing With Light
  • Types Of Artificial Light
  • Lighting Design
  • Lighting The Home
  • The Front Door
  • Entrance And Hallway
  • Living Rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Dining Room
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Stairs
  • Exterior Light Fittings
  • Electrical, Lighting And Home Technology
  • The Smart House
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Electricity Supply To The Home
  • Communicating With Your Builder
  • Lighting And Electrical Plans
  • Power Outlets
  • Symbols Used To Create A Reflected Ceiling Plan
  • Lighting Symbols

6-Module-Online-Interior-Design.jpgModule 6


Unit/s covered in this module:

MSFID4016 – Design Colour Schemes for Interior and Exterior Spaces
MSFID5027 – Research and Recommend Colour Applications and Finishes


This module will introduce you to the power and psychology of colour and how it can be used as a pivotal design tool in your projects.

You will:

• Learn about the properties of colour and understand how it can change the mood of a space, alter perceptions and create the intended style. Discover the effect of natural and artificial light on colour and surface textures.

• Use the colour wheel as inspiration and guidance to develop harmonious schemes and gain the confidence to use it effectively. Discover that there are no bad colours, only bad combinations.

• Experience the power of using colour in all aspects of your design projects to trigger different responses, such as vibrant and uplifting or muted and restful.

• Familiarise yourself with paint systems, products and specifications.

• Put together multiple colour schemes to accompany the renovation project from Module 4.

• Find out how to work with wallpaper, specialty paint finishes and trend forecasting.

Module Content:

  • Colour
  • How Design Elements Interrelate
  • Guidelines For Using Colour
  • Colour And Light
  • Colour Psychology & Symbolism
  • The Emotional Effect Of Colours
  • Colour Symbolism
  • Colour Mixing Systems
  • The Human Eye
  • Additive Colour Mixing
  • Subtractive Colour Mixing
  • The Colour Wheel
  • Primary Colours
  • Secondary Colours
  • Tertiary Colours
  • Properties Of Colour
  • Hue
  • Value
  • Tint
  • Shade
  • Tone
  • Chroma
  • Colour Temperature
  • Colour Undertone
  • Colour Harmony Groups
  • Achromatic
  • Accented Achromatic
  • Analogous
  • Accented Analogous
  • Clash
  • Complementary
  • Split Complementary
  • Double Split Complementary
  • Monochromatic
  • Tetrad
  • Triadic
  • Creating Successful Colour Schemes
  • Contrast
  • Related Colours
  • Contrasting Colours
  • Colour And Perception
  • Planning A Colour Scheme
  • How To Specify Colour Accurately
  • Sampling The Colours
  • Exterior Colour
  • Types Of Paint
  • Wallpaper
  • Specialty Paint Finishes
  • Painters
  • How Much Paint Do I Need?
  • Interior Paint Colour Viewers And Visualisers
  • Trend Forecasting

7-Module-Online-Interior-Design.jpgModule 7

Interior Finishes

Unit/s covered in this module:

MSFID4018 – Research and Recommend Hard Materials and Finishes for Interiors


You will learn how to apply the concepts of three-dimensional design to the reality of a finished space.

You will:

• Discover the importance of ensuring quality finishes on the floor, walls and ceiling to create a striking and functional backdrop for furnishings and window treatments.

• Gain the product knowledge required to select and specify cost-effective finishes suitable for the intended end use to create a professional and enduring interior space.

• Find out how to plan and project manage the sequence of floor, wall and ceiling finishes required at different stages of a project.

• Create finish schedules for each room from the renovation project that began in Module 4.

• Discover new emerging hard material and finishes.

Module Content:

  • Wall Finishes
  • Walls
  • Coatings
  • Veneers
  • Cladding
  • Mirrors
  • Wainscoting
  • Flooring Materials
  • Hard Flooring Surfaces
  • Natural Stone Products
  • Manmade Products
  • Soft Flooring Surfaces
  • Carpet Construction
  • Ceilings
  • Decorative Details
  • Plaster Details
  • Windows And Glass
  • Door Hardware
  • Kitchen, Bathroom And Laundry Finishes
  • Benchtops
  • Natural Stone Options
  • Solid Surfaces
  • Composite Stone
  • Wood Products
  • Splashbacks And Walls
  • Cabinets
  • Acoustics
  • Upholstered Panels
  • Environmentally Sustainable Design
  • Choosing Sustainable Materials
  • Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality
  • Minimising Waste
  • Specifications
  • Tips For Creating A Successful Design
  • Specifications For A Design Project
  • Lighting Schedule

8-Module-Online-Interior-Design.jpgModule 8

Decorative Textiles and Fabrics

Unit/s covered in this module:

MSFID4021 – Design Soft Furnishing Solutions for Interior Spaces


This informative module introduces you to the history, beauty and luxury of decorative textiles and fabrics.

You will:

• Be shown how to appreciate the importance of including items with luxurious and aesthetic appeal as essential components in your design, regardless of the available budget.

• Discover the endless possibilities for using fabrics with style and flair to create eye-catching interior spaces. Gain the confidence needed to apply the elements of design and transform spaces by using textiles, fabrics and other decorative accessories.

• Learn about the technical properties of fabrics and their suitability for different end uses. Understand the functional and aesthetic properties required for bed linen, rugs and decorative textiles.

• Explore fabrics and how to select and apply them to different design styles.

• Create fabric selections for each room from the renovation project that began in Module 4.

Module Content:

  • A Brief History Of Textiles
  • Textile Science
  • Fabrics
  • Decorative Textiles
  • Patterns And Prints
  • A Guide To Mixing Patterns
  • Choosing Fabrics For Interior Design
  • Fabric Compositions
  • Upholstery-Weight Fabrics
  • Curtain-Weight Fabrics
  • Eco-Friendly And Organic Fabrics
  • Window Furnishings
  • Curtains
  • Lining Fabrics
  • Measuring For Curtains
  • Specifying Fabrics
  • Fabric Abbreviations

9-Module-Online-Interior-Design.jpgModule 9

Furniture, Art and Accessories

Unit/s covered in this module:

MSFID5028 – Research and Recommend Artwork
MSFID4015 – Prepare Materials and Finishes Boards for Client Presentation
MSFID4017 – Research and Recommend Furniture and Accessories


The pinnacle of great design is working with beautiful objects, furniture and art. With reference to Module 2 and the history of interior design, you will learn how furniture styles have been developed over the years for specific uses and applications.

You will:

• Apply your knowledge of design elements to the reality of placing beautiful objects into perfectly planned and well thought out spaces.

• Experience the sense of achievement when your space planning and elevations come to life.

• Showcase your creative potential with coordinated, harmonious interiors.

• Learn about Indigenous art and the legal obligations surrounding it.

• You will be instructed on how to correctly frame, position and mount artwork.

Module Content:

  • Furniture
  • History, Period & Contemporary Pieces
  • Upholstered Furniture
  • The Technical Side Of Upholstered Furniture
  • Applying The Elements & Principles Of Design
  • Specifying A New Piece
  • Art
  • Sculpture
  • Screens
  • Photography
  • Indigenous Art
  • Accessories
  • Area Rugs
  • Unique Rug Styles
  • Schedule Of Specifications

10-Module-Online-Interior-Design.jpgModule 10

Working With Clients

Unit/s covered in this module:

MSFID5021 – Evaluate Site Structure and Services for Interior Spaces
MSFID4022 – Prepare Quotation and Contract Documentation for Design Projects
MSFID5025 – Develop Residential Interior Design Project Documentation
MSFID5018 – Provide Interior Styling Service


This module teaches you the work practices of professional designers. You will be shown the vital procedures and thought processes that bring a design to completion in the real world.

You will:

• Learn how to support your creative knowledge with the practical application that ensures success from the start of a project through to completion.

• Ensure that your proposals and management skills will bring work in on schedule and budget for any design project, whether for yourself or for a client.

• Gain the confidence needed to work professionally in the design industry.

• Learn how to conduct a site evaluation.

Module Content:

  • The Home Is Where The Heart Is
  • Reasons For Using An Interior Designer
  • Building Relationships With Clients
  • Fee Structures
  • Talking About Money
  • Paperwork
  • File Organisation
  • Quotations
  • Agreements
  • GST
  • Useful Programs 
  • The Design Process
  • How To Approach A Design Project
  • Phase 1 – Discover
  • Phase 2 – Plan
  • Phase 3 – Implement 

11-Module-Online-Interior-Design.jpgModule 11

Visual Communication

Unit/s covered in this module:

MSFID4014 – Produce Digital Models and Documentation for Interior Design Projects
CUAANM313 – Create 3D Digital Models
CUADIG304 – Create Visual Design Components


In this module, you will be taught how to document your ideas and designs for clients, contractors and your own reference.

You will:

• Learn how to easily create a three-dimensional drawing from floor plans to help visualize the space and make more informed design choices.

• Find out how these drawings can help you win business and then manage the design process.

• Support your documentation with a clear set of drawings to ensure your ideas are interpreted correctly.

• Experience the pleasure of seeing your design concepts spring to life as projects are completed.

• Get creative and prepare a materials board with real samples for a kitchen fit out.

Module Content:

  • Communicating Accurately
  • Things To Consider
  • The Design Brief
  • Drawing: Its Relationship To Your Work
  • Imagining Colour
  • Developing A Concept
  • Drawing Equipment
  • Orthographic Drawings
  • Interior Elevations
  • Sections
  • Additional Drawings
  • Axonometric Drawings
  • Rendering
  • Sketching
  • Perspective Drawings
  • One-point Perspective
  • Two-point Perspective
  • How To Draw A One-point Perspective
  • How To Visually Present Ideas To Your Client

12-Module-Online-Interior-Design.jpgModule 12

Setting Up an Interior Design Business

Unit/s covered in this module:

CUADES413 – Develop and Extend Design Skills and Practice
CUAPPR513 – Present a Body of Own Creative Work


If you are considering making design your career, this may be the decisive chapter that is the stepping stone to your future success.

You will:

• See yourself in the context of the design industry.

• Take professional advice from outstanding business consultants who work with creative, respected and successful interior designers.

• Benefit from this valuable information regarding business development, business practice and market positioning.

• Learn how to put together a professional portfolio and receive an insight on setting up your own website and social media networks.

• Put what you have learnt throughout the course into practice by designing an office space for your new business.

Module Content:

  • Getting Started
  • Setting Up An Office
  • Home Office
  • Hiring Office Space
  • Designing Your Office
  • Space Planning (Spatial Planning)
  • Drawing Your Plan
  • Consider Branding
  • Lighting
  • Technological Requirements
  • Colour
  • Furniture
  • Setting Up Your Business
  • Business Plan
  • Business Branding
  • Business Name And Logo
  • Website
  • Business Expenses And Tax
  • Business Expenses
  • Tax
  • Finding Clients
  • Word Of Mouth
  • Social Media
  • Website
  • Email Marketing
  • Direct Mail
  • Press Advertising
  • The Headline
  • Getting The Tone Right
  • Public Relations
  • Interior Design Career Paths
  • What You Need When Applying For Work
  • Resumes
  • Cover Letter
  • Portfolio
  • How To Make A Portfolio
  • Finding Work In The Field

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The Interior Design Institute offers you the most advanced and comprehensive online solution to learning available today. We offer the most thorough home study courses in Interior Design using the very latest online learning techniques. Our commitment to providing the highest quality training program has resulted in unique teaching and student support systems, which produce unparalleled results.





Vicki is excited to share her wealth of knowledge gained from her diverse background in graphic design and interior design with the students of The Interior Design Institute.



Wendi had a 25 year career in theatre working in costume and set design, which took her around the world where she educated herself in architecture and interior design. During this time, she qualified with a real estate license and worked on many interior design projects for theatrical personalities.



Jasmine is the brains behind the design of our course materials and social media platforms and has worked together with Vicki and Wendi to deliver the course modules to our students.



Under her company name, form and colour, Wende Reid practices architectural, interior and furniture design and fine art consulting. She began her career in New York and now practices in Sydney.


Our handpicked tutors are not only great teachers, but experts in their fields.



Savitri’s passion for teaching grew from more than 10 years of experience, where she has successfully developed an extensive expertise in teaching Interior Design.



Linda has over 20 years experience in teaching interior design at TAFE, as coordinator of the interior design department and in curriculum design and development.



Vicki is excited to share her wealth of knowledge gained from her diverse background in graphic design and interior design with the students of The Interior Design Institute.



Robert Parisi began to develop his interest and passion for architecture and interior design as a young child.


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The courses are designed to be self-paced. For the Certificate Course, you would expect to be dedicating on average about 6-8 hours per week for 24 weeks. For the Diploma Course, you would expect to dedicate, as per AQF standards, approximately 18 hours per week of structured training over an 18 month period. Students studying the Certificate Course are provided up to 12 months to complete their studies. Students studying the Diploma Course are provided up to 18 months to complete their studies.


The courses are completed online. This means there are no classes to attend. You can study in your own time and at your own pace.


Our course is compatible with both PC and Mac devices, and basic computer knowledge is required. You will need:

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Our courses are compatible with both PC and MAC computers, tablet and smartphone devices.

Your tutor’s role is to assess your assignments and provide you with personalised feedback. They are also available to answer any questions you may have about your course. You can communicate with your personal tutor at any time through your secure student site, which you will be given access to once you enrol.

No. The courses are designed to allow for students who have had little or no experience in interior design.

As the courses are provided online, you have the flexibility to start when and where suits you. If you enrolled today, for example, you could start straight away.

All the learning is done online in that when you enrol, you receive a username and password, which enables you to log onto our secure student site. From there, you can download your first module, which you could liken to your textbook as it contains all the information you will need to complete assignment one. Each module is approximately 90 pages in length and is full of detailed, technical information delivered in a friendly, conversational manner that is easy to understand. The concepts are further explained by way of diagrams, images and examples. Once you have completed your assignment (some are just theoretical, but the majority of assignments combine both theory and fun practical tasks), you then upload it onto our site for your tutor to mark. The tutors will give you a grade (out of 10) and a comprehensive evaluation of your work and ideas. Their feedback will help nurture and improve your skills each step of the way.-

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