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Workload indicated above is the minimum study time you need to put in to complete the course. To meet the assessment due dates you need to study approximately 10 hours a week.
You will learn to consider the practical, aesthetic and budgetary requirements of a project and create a brief. You will look at mind mapping and how to recognise key concepts and find out how to work with architects and other professionals effectively. This course will show you how to interpret site and floor plans including elevations, zoning, traffic flow, furniture arrangement and detail views. You will be shown the step-by-step process of creating a rough sketch through to producing a scale drawing with elevations. Within this course there are six design activities to help you extend your knowledge and practise these skills.
Before enrolling in this course you need to:
All our open courses have a credit value. For each credit, allow about 10 hours of study. Your workload may be higher around assessment due dates.
In these two assessments you will create a brief and mind map, interpret plans, draw a plan to scale and compare different furniture layouts within a space.
The course runs for 12 weeks from your start date. The time you need to complete your studies will vary depending on your own knowledge and experience. As a guide it could take you approximately 10 hours a week to complete the course within the 12 week time frame.