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Timetable Demonstration | JJAADA Academy Interior Design Courses London

Art & Design Courses at JJAADA Academy

JJAADA Academy

35 Piccadilly, Mayfair
London W1J 0DW, United Kingdom


(0207) 760 7487

Timetable Demonstration

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The Student’s Personal Timetable

Once you have joined the Academy you are given a personal email account
and full private access to the online booking system giving you the ability to:

  • Book / unbook your sessions.
  • View information on different courses, visits and events.
  • Manage your time effectively and accurately at the Academy.
  • Read and submit reviews on design events & exhibitions.
  • Source designers and suppliers.
  • Submit feedback on attended courses / tutors.
  • Find out when the latest events are happening around London.
  • You can choose your own flexible programme: 3 to 9 hours daily

The timetable is designed to be extremely simple to use and we provide full training to ensure you can easily book your sessions from anywhere that has internet access.

You will be able to easily pick and choose which sessions you would like to attend, giving you the flexibility to seamlessly fit the course into your lifestyle and enabling you to focus on the areas of interior design that most interest you and that you may need for your clients.

example of student timetable booking

The Best Interior Design Colleges in London

MonPortfolio Development & Presentation
Collectible Artefacts (antiques)
Sustainable Design
History of Interior Design
Creative Workshop
Sustainable Design
Bathroom Design
Creative Drawing & Watercolour
Residential Design,
Kitchen Design
TueResidential Design
Macro Approach To Design
Surveying & Scale Drawing
Business of Interior Design
Construction Drawing
Lighting Design
Technical Drawing (beginners)
Macro Approach to Design
Sketchup, Artlantis, ArchiCAD,
WedFreehand Drawing (V & A museum)
Drawing Skills
Creative Technical Design
Freehand Drawing
Paint Effects
Sketchup, Artlantis,
Interiors Watercolours
Marbling Trompe l’oeil
Sketchup, Artlantis, ArchiCAD
Furniture, Fittings & Equipment
Sophisticated Window Treatments
Macro Approach to Design
Commercial Design
Designing With Plants
FriDesigning With Plants
Creative Workshop
Construction Drawing
Residential Design
Garden Design
Painting & Paint Finishes

Creative Workshop
Sketchup, Artlantis, ArchiCAD, Photoshop
SatTechnical Drawing
Collectible Artefacts (antiques) etc
Sketchup, Artlantis, ArchiCAD
Garden Design
Colour Theory
Sketchup, Artlantis, ArchiCAD, Photoshop
SunPaint Effects & Finishes , Marbling,
Trompe l’oeil, Interior Finishes
Conceptual Design
Commercial Design
Note: This timetable is a combination of courses starting in 2016
(subject to
change depending on students and project requirements)

The Student’s Personal Timetable

Course Sessions – See Interior Design Courses Page
 Residential Interior Design & Decoration Workshop programmes


a) Learning to look and draw freehand
b) Freehand drawing/colour/paint effects/room perspectives
c) Measuring and floor plans
d) Technical drawing
e) AutoCAD
f) Photoshop
g) Specialised computer drawing/colour skills
h) Communicating visually with mood boards & presentation boards
i) Sourcing furnishings & dressings
j) Understanding art & sculpture to enhance residential space
k) Use of antiques to create sophistication in the living space
l) Using graphics and Photoshop to promote your Interior Design business

Some of the Modules you can join in 2016:

Freehand Drawing, Visualising in Colour, Paint effects, Interior Decoration workshops, Interior Design workshops, Technical Drawing, AutoCad, Photoshop, Join a single module, groups of modules, 200 hours Certificate or 600 hours Diploma. Learn the skills hands on by attending and become successful as a freelance designer.

Short Courses/Workshops on the Diploma Programme:

Training the Designer’s eye (drawing).
Choosing the ideal medium to communicate with your client (freehand, technical drawing and with computer software).
Devising creative solutions for Living Areas, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Gardens.
Maximising the effect of Lighting, Decoration, Furnishings.
Advancing your knowledge of Design fundamentals – History, Art, Business.