TAFE NSW supports interior design boom with in-demand training
Award-winning TAFE NSW graduate Maddalena Fiorasi has tapped into the COVID-induced demand for interior design by launching her own business.
Ike goes from the shop floor to award-winning interior designer with TAFE NSW
Ike Sonder has taken his career to the next level, going from his day job in furniture sales to award-winning interior designer thanks to TAFE NSW.
Local interest in TAFE NSW interior design soars
In the past year, TAFE NSW Newcastle’s interior design courses have experienced such high demand that a second class for diploma students was introduced. It is no wonder...
Wendie's career choice is in vogue
The building industry across NSW is booming especially in the area of residential construction, which means a demand for interior designers. According to research by the Australian Government, the number of interior designers grew over the past five years and is expected to grow strongly over the next five years from 14,000 in 2018 to 16,100 by 2023. For Hills resident Wendie Graves interior design was something she was always interested in, but had never pursued.Six months into her course, Wendie secured a job with a stylist, which not only allowed her to put what she was learning into practice but also gave her valuable industry experience. Fast-forward 12 months, Wendie is now running her own business Vogue Property Styling.