Carina designs her future with TAFE NSW
Carina Brezeanu rolled the dice and took a chance to consolidate her skills when she enrolled in the Bachelor of Design (Interior Design) at TAFE NSW Design Centre Enmore. Now she’s reaping the rewards in a career she loves after launching her new business, Arete Interiors.
TAFE NSW student paints away at a bright future
Bathurst resident, Nicole Foxall, is taking advantage of the growth in the visual arts and craft industry by painting a successful career in the Central West as an artist. Known for...
Design tips for a festively fantastic Christmas
From adding a sprinkle of Christmas cheer throughout your home to making sure your Christmas Day dining table makes the cut, TAFE NSW has the tips for making your home festively fantastic.
Kaleidoscope of talent on display at TAFE NSW graduate exhibition
TAFE NSW interior design students have wowed with their expertly curated exhibition “Kaleidoscope” as part of the Design Centre Enmore graduate show.
New TAFE NSW course offering caters to interior design boom
Budding design entrepreneurs take note – the number of Australians working as interior designers has boomed over the past five years and this uplift is expected to be echoed over the next...
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.