Admissions are currently Open. Bundle Holders will be given priority during admission period.
In this unit the learner will become familiar with different areas concerning Interior Design and Decoration. Not only at home but they will have a better understanding different areas such commercial premises and as well exterior such terraces and landscaping.
In the first and second unit of the previous courses were more targeted on general rules, more one should do and not, and some visual tricks. In this unit the learner will understand better the importance of materials/ finishes which also include the choices of colours and textures: space in retail areas vis a vie at home.
In this unit the learner will be become alert more on the communication skill in interior design and decoration. Since the learner have already learnt how to do perspective, now the learner will also experience different medias such as detailing and different other methods how to present their own projects on paper and boards.
Students from post-secondary. Workers from any industry. Mature students. It is open to any kind of group, and to people that want to learn a hobby.
Structure and Assessment
Course delivery is blended, and includes on-line or face-to-face lessons along with practical assignments where applicable.
Duration – 26 Hours
Part-Time Evenings or Saturday Morning – 1 Session of 2.5 Hours each Weekly Tuesday plus 18:00 – 20:30 hrs of lectures
Note: Additional hours as directed by the Lecturer need to be dedicated by way of Self-Study / Research / Assignments / Projects / Presentations / Group-Work or similar.
These may be either Home-Based Assignments or Time-Constrained Assessments, on both an Individual Basis, as well as on a Group-Level Basis according to the Units being assessed, and may also include evaluation of hands-on practice.
Successful Completion of Award in Interior Design and Decoration – MQF Level 2
Students who satisfy the following conditions may apply for consideration to join MCAST programmes as mature students:
Have, by the end of the current calendar year:
Course participants may be awarded either an MCAST Certificate of Attendance or an MCAST Certificate of Achievement.
MCAST Certificate of Attendance
· An MCAST Certificate of Attendance will be awarded to those candidates who attend at least 70% of the lessons.
MCAST Certificate of Achievement
· An MCAST Certificate of Achievement will be awarded to those candidates who satisfy the 80% attendance criteria AND ALSO choose submit course assignments / or sit for assessments and achieves a Pass mark or higher.
· Students who opt not to submit assignments or sit for the assessments or fail to achieve a Pass mark will however be awarded an MCAST Certificate of Attendance provided that they fulfil the minimum attendance criteria as stated above.