A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.
The process of creating a well-made structure entails a great deal more than just propping up four walls. Knowledge of architecture is needed in order to ensure that buildings meet predetermined desires and legal guidelines.
The Middle East boasts a uniquely diverse population filled with a myriad of political, cultural and religious identities. In this setting, students have the opportunity to learn first hand about historic cultures and empires based in the region.
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Become a professional in interior & exterior designing. Render your ideas and visualize your dreams. [+]
An interior designer creates a plan to make a living space safe, functional and attractive. In order to accomplish this, the interior designer must take many different elements under consideration. This includes combining different colors and textures together as well as utilizing lighting and furniture in a method that draws interest while remaining functional.
Although interior designers are commonly associated with the design of home interior, they are also utilized in a number of other settings. These settings include airport terminals, offices, shopping malls, theatres, hotels, restaurants, hospitals and schools. Interior designers that help design commercial spaces are also concerned with finding ways to help increase sales or to increase productivity, so the business can be more successful.... [-]
Scale models are used primarily for promotional purposes to 'sell' a structure or proposed development. [+]
Scale models are used primarily for promotional purposes to 'sell' a structure or proposed development. The skill required to visualize and manufacture such models is an art mastered by few. This course includes; understanding scale, the various types of architectural models, tools, equipment and materials needed, how to use them, and finally building methods and provides the basics for an individual who would like to specialize in this area.Course Details
17th September 2018
Part Time Face to Face Learning:
4 x 1h45 sessions, 4 days a week for 2 weeks
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The Built Environment and its associated professions are largely focussed on project management, logistics, and quality assurance. [+]
The Built Environment and its associated professions are largely focussed on project management, logistics, and quality assurance. Anything that you have to do that has a clear starting and completion point is Project Management. True professionals in the public and private sectors simply have to know how to practice as Project Management professionals. This Course includes: what project management is all about, the five dimensions of a project, the project life-cycle, who is involved in a project and the project plan.Course Details
5th & 12th July
Part Time Face to Face Learning:
2 x full days
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This course will give you a good introduction to the built environment. Skills taught include the following: an introduction to technical drawings, such as layout and orthographic projection, and an understanding of construction methods. [+]
This course will give you a good introduction to the built environment. Skills taught include the following: an introduction to technical drawings, such as layout and orthographic projection, and an understanding of construction methods. Properties and characteristics of materials frequently used within the built environment, national building regulations, and basic design concept development methods and application. Project management skills such as task management, client management, milestone tracking and contingency planning. As well as visual Representation Techniques using 2 and 3-dimensional methods. Lastly, the course will address communication with team members using project plans or specifications.... [-]