The Pacific Design Academy was established in 1991 as an Interior Design College. We have been teaching Interior Design for over 25 years. This program requires 24 hours a week of course work and makes it possible for students who are working, have a family, or are unable to attend regular classes to train with us. This program accepts an intake of students every three months and allows students to study at a place and time convenient to them.
• Self-employment interior design
• Designer in architecture and interior design firm
• Kitchen designer
• Residential space planner
• Showroom/window display designer
• Colour scheme adviser
• Sales personnel for building materials
• Exhibition/Event DesignerGraduates of this program qualify to write the NCIDQ exam (via route 4) to become a Registered Interior Designer.Council of Interior Design Qualification website.
• Studying online gives you more flexibility in when and where you study.
• COST - An online course normally cost you less than a traditional course.
• QUALITY OF CONTENT – Throughout an online course students have access to a quality of study material and lectures that maybe out of reach for many. Some students have anxiety issues with being in a public setting like that of a traditional classroom and this could be avoided using an online course. Online Students Have Plenty of Opportunities to Interact with Their Peers
• More comfortable learning environment: Commercials that feature online students studying in their pajamas only skims the surface of one of the benefits of online education: no physical class sessions. Students listen to lectures and complete assignments sent to them electronically, with no need to fight traffic, leave work early for class, or miss important family time.
• Convenience and flexibility: Online courses give students the opportunity to plan study time around the rest of their day, instead of the other way around. Students can study and work at their convenience. Course material is always accessible online, making special library trips unnecessary. All of these benefits help students balance work and family commitments with their education.
• Continue in your profession: Even if someone wants to complete a degree, it may not mean they want to leave their current job. For most students today, increasing college costs mandate that some students continue working while in school. The previously mentioned flexibility of online programs enables students to keep working while also pursuing academic credentials.
• Improve your technical skills: Even the most basic online course requires the development of new computer skills, as students learn to navigate different learning management systems (LMS) and programs. The participation skills students learn within their online courses translate to many professions, including creating and sharing documents, incorporating audio/video materials into assignments, completing online training sessions, etc.
Tuition and Lab Fees:
Fees for all the programs are listed on page 3 of our Application Form.