EIFD has been developed a special program to help entry - level interior designers get a broad range of work experience in interior design. The Interior Design Experience Program provides guidance and a structure for getting the most out of initial work experience. IDEP gives both the employer and the employee useful tools for keeping records of various professional assignments, and can be a very effective transition between formal education and professional practice.
Your career as a Professional Interior Designer will be built on three major steps. Following formal education, the next step is entry-level work experience and, an internship or other structured mentoring program can supplement your degree. The quality of this practical experience compliments your academic work and enhances your development as a professional.
Elite Institute of Fashion Design has encouraged me to trace my goals. The practical knowledge at the institute helped me a lot in working as a Interior Designer.