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Transcript of Interior Designer
TYPE OF SPACES
Fancy and comfortable
Different lighting .
Plan new interiors
Renovate existing Commercial buildings
The conditions vary considerably in this occupation, it could be at house.
Identify and analyze client needs and goals
Known the safety requirements
Knon the budget limitations
Known the schedules.
• Creativity and imagination
• The ability to visualize spatial relationships in three dimensions
• The ability to work on several projects in different stages of development at the same time.
No matter how dark the colour is
if the important thing is if the room
looks great or any place of your home.
It could be homes, in interior design offices, in consultants' offices and at work sites.
Work hours are sometimes irregular it could be morning or afternoon hours sometimes weekends are may include as well .
Interior designers frequently meet with clients, other consultants and contractors.
HOURS THEY WORK
Interior designers are concerned with general and detailed planning, spatial arrangements, health and safety issues, detailing, construct ability and technical considerations
Interior designer are more involved with technical considerations than interior decorators are.
WHAT THEY OFFER
Other Sources of Information
EDinfo website: www.alis.alberta.ca/edinfo
Alberta Association of Architects (AAA) website: www.aaa.ab.ca
Careers in Interior Design website: www.careersininteriordesign.com
WHAT ARE THEY
•. The entrance requirement is a high school diploma with at least 65 per cent in English Language Arts 30-1 (or 75 per cent in ELA 30-2) and 50 per cent in Applied or Pure Math 30.
The following post-secondary institutions offer two year interior design diploma programs which are not and cannot be accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation at this time.
Interior designers can get $19.50 for beggining annual wage of $52,970, which is an hourly wage of $25.47 if they are not busy. but if they are they can get more.
Under Alberta's Architects Act and Architects Act General Regulation, the Alberta Association of Architects (AAA)