Tavistock Tutors offer interior design tutors at all levels in the London area. Interior design is one of those subjects that is a vocation as much as an occupation for those who study it. For many, working interior design is their dream job, it is all that they want to do. As a result, competition for places on interior design courses, at institutions such as the Inchbald School of design is fierce, as is the competition for work when students graduate.
Tavistock Tutors understands how important your career in interior design is to you. That is why we have gone the extra mile to secure a talent pool of tutors who can help you with whatever level of interior design you are studying.
An interior design course can have as many as 50 different modules depending on the institution and pupil course choice. These include everything from office design, exteriors, and children’s bedrooms to feng shui and using a sample board. In addition to this, most courses are examined with a mix of practical work, presentations, essays, and exams. With the course having this much depth and requiring so many different skills, it is almost inevitable that a student will struggle with at least one aspect of it. This is where Tavistock Tutors can help. We interview all of our prospective tutors which means our students will get a tutor with top class qualifications, successful teaching experience, and particular knowledge in the area in which you are struggling. They will be able to simplify and bring alive any problem areas, by providing the insight and wisdom not found in any lecture or revision guide. Their aim is to help you progress from the very first lesson, so that you develop the tools and confidence you need to get the classification you deserve.
Such is our dedication to our clients; we can also offer bespoke courses to those outside of university. Mostly for those either preparing for it or those already working in the industry and trying to add to their skills.
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