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Additional date for the KLC Part-Time Diploma in Garden Design

Additional date for the KLC School of Design Part-Time Diploma in Garden Design

Due to popular demand there is an additional start date for the KLC School of Design Part-Time Diploma in Garden Design to be led by Juliet Sargeant MSGD, Chair of The Society of Garden Designers (SGD). The next course will begin on 15 April 2013 and will be based at KLC’s stunning Hampton Court Palace studio. Following a one week introduction the course will continue on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Students are also able to gain practical, hands-on horticultural experience with the unique learning resource of the 20th Century Gardens.

This is part-time career based training in garden design for entry into the industry.

This professional, career-orientated course is intensive, but hugely enjoyable, and covers all aspects of garden design, including:

  • Plants and Plantsmanship
  • Practical Horticulture
  • Practical Work in the 20th Century Gardens
  • Design Principles, Structure, Form
  • Design Projects
  • Inspirational Lectures
  • Sketching and Technical Drawing
  • CAD (Vectorworks), 3D Visualisation
  • History
  • Landscaping and Construction
  • Professional Practice – Business Management
  • Presentation Techniques – Visual and Verbal

With the unique learning resource of the 20th Century Gardens, students also gain practical, hands-on horticultural experience during the course.

One of the strengths of KLC’s training is the small class size and the care and attention that are given to each individual student. All students are assigned a personal tutor for tutorials throughout their training.

The course is carefully overseen by Annie Guilfoyle, our Director of Garden Design Courses. Annie is an award-winning designer and an RHS Chelsea Flower Show Silver Medal winner. She has recently appeared in two garden design programmes on TV to much acclaim and her garden design consultancy has been inundated with commissions as a result.

 

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