The Inchbald held the Spring Induction for the Online courses in Interior and Garden Design on 25 – 27 April.
This is a three day introduction to the designing eye, supported by extensive instruction in the Inchbald teaching/learning methodology.
The programme includes the London Walk comprising a day spent visiting the art and architectural wonders of this great city, together with sketching exercises in the Victoria and Albert Museum. Students have the opportunity to meet and socialise with their tutors, who will pay such an important part in their life during the Courses.
This group includes applicants from as far away as Australia and Egypt, Dubai and Europe. The mix of nationalities and cultures enriches the online experience, which is forum based, so that students and tutors are interacting with each other, exchanging views and information, throughout the whole course. Many overseas students attend the inductions, but where this is not practical there is a special Online Induction session designed for them.
There are a number of courses of varying length available to those who wish to study design on line; Inchbald has now been educating students in this manner since 2007 and their studies are proved to lead to successful and rewarding careers.
The Spring intake of the Inchbald Online Courses left very happy – ‘it was more like a holiday’ said one of them. That is the joy of working in design related subjects – it is life enhancing.