Garden Design Diploma Course – September 2021

Course Duration 1-3 Years

  • You agree to spend a minimum of 15 hours per week on the course.
  • You could graduate in 12 months with a minimum of 25-30 hours of study per week.
  • *After graduation, you’ll receive a further 12 months of business mentoring to get you started.
  • Alternatively, you can take a break for up to 1 year and rejoin the course where you left off.
  • The video tutorials are always in your pocket, available to playback at any time.
  • You’ll have weekly webinars with your tutor – individual feedback, advice, and support for your projects and assignments.
  • Tutors are on call 7 days a week. We’ll usually get back to you within a few hours.
  • Log into our virtual classroom and chat with other students, talk through any problems, and share ideas.

*To be eligible for 12 months mentoring, the course must be completed within 36 months of the start date.

GD100 | Introduction to design composition

GD200 | Sketchup make essential training

GD300 | Evolution of the modern landscape

GD400 | Basic photo manipulation & Picasa

GD500 | Urban spatial development

GD600 | Hard landscape portfolio

GD700 | Design detail and creative planning

GD800 | Garden photography

GD900 | Soft landscape and colour

GD1000 | Masterclasses

GD1100 | Rural spatial development

GD1200 | Business and professional practice

GD1300 | Introduction to CAD for landscape designers

GD1400 | VW videos

GD1500 | Architectural rendering techniques

Homework

Assignments

Course Information

Estimated Time: 42 Weeks

Difficulty: Advanced

Course Instructor

Duncan Heather (Principal) Duncan Heather (Principal) Author

Enrolment fee

£500.00

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GD100 | Introduction to design composition

GD200 | Sketchup make essential training

GD300 | Evolution of the modern landscape

GD400 | Basic photo manipulation & Picasa

GD500 | Urban spatial development

GD600 | Hard landscape portfolio

GD700 | Design detail and creative planning

GD800 | Garden photography

GD900 | Soft landscape and colour

GD1000 | Masterclasses

GD1100 | Rural spatial development

GD1200 | Business and professional practice

GD1300 | Introduction to CAD for landscape designers

GD1400 | VW videos

GD1500 | Architectural rendering techniques

Homework

Assignments

Oxford College of Garden Design
Oxford Science Park,
John Eccles House,
Robert Robinson Avenue,
Oxon OX4 4GP

T:+44 (0)1491628950
E: info@ocgd.org