Inchbald School launches part-time garden design course

The Inchbald School of Design is introducing a 2-day-a-week diploma which will begin in September 2010.

The Vocational Diploma in Garden Design is a 2-day-a-week course carried out over an academic year, aimed at students who wish to study garden design to a professional standard.

It is structured to suit both those intending to pursue a professional career in garden design, as well as those who wish to develop their expertise as passionate garden design enthusiasts.

The course has been created by Inchbald School of Garden Design director Andrew Duff.

He said: "Part-time courses are often viewed with less esteem but we are confident that the Inchbald 2-day diploma will really push students to develop their design skills."

The intense course is taught through a series of lectures, visits, workshops and projects.

Tuition is supplemented by monthly guest lecturers including Luciano Giubbilei, John Brookes, Anthony Paul and Marcus Green.

 

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