Education

Education

Design Schools

As with establishing any successful career, the formula for success stems from getting the right skills and knowledge through formal training coupled with industry experience. Most people enter the profession by firstly completing a specialist qualification (accredited training from a reputable provider). Some however find work in the field based on their experience and may choose to return to study later to refine their acquired skills and knowledge and gain formal recognition.

Interior Designers and Decorators who are working professionally should look for a suitable qualification which is delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and nationally recognised. This is the best way to ensure your clients know they are dealing with a professional.

Before undertaking any training be sure to research options to best suit your personal circumstance.

The following list of qualifications will direct you to the most popular industry courses where you find valuable information about:

  • Course Overview
  • Training Providers
  • Career Pathways
  • Student Outcomes
  • Course Details

Qualifications:

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Certificate III in Interior Decoration Retail Services
Certificate IV in Interior Decoration
Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration
Advanced Diploma of Interior Design
Certificate IV in Design of Kitchens, Bathrooms and Interior Spaces