E-learning | NTA1P | Interior Design


If you can visualize interior design concepts when you walk into a room and recognize how a well designed living space can increase your quality of life, then equip yourself with the skills to develop creative planning solutions with the Interior Design—Residential E-learning program.

Throughout your training, you will focus on living spaces and learn about architectural graphic standards, construction materials and finishes, as well as how to illustrate interiors with the AutoCAD software.

Graduates of this E-learning program grasp the history of styles & interior design and are able to design furniture that reflect decor concepts. With the skills acquired through this program, you will be able to conceptualize personal home projects and also gain the entrepreneurial freedom to design residential interiors for clients.

About E-learning

Learn more about this stimulating and interactive training method.

How does it work ?

Discover the variety of advantages of the online training.

Join our Online Info Session

Join us during our online info session at noon, on November 16 to learn more about our online programs.

  • High-quality training with rich media content.
  • Continuous evaluation of your understanding of the material.
  • An E-learning program based on the original LaSalle College program
  • A variety of courses available remotely.
  • A combination of virtual classes, self-guided training, and homework for a minimum amount of class hours and a maximum amount of freedom.
  • Virtual evening classes.
  • Length of program: 16 months;
  • 24 hours/ week of work (includes self-guided training, virtual classes and individual study time).
  • This 810 hour Interior Design program is accredited by Ontario Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities.

If you have these qualities or skills, then a career in Interior Design may be for you!

  • Creativity.
  • Aesthetic sensibility.
  • Team spirit.
  • Artistic abilities.
  • Passion for the visual arts, design and computer science.
  • The ability to work with precision.
  • Basic technical knowledge.
  • The ability to adapt to a varied schedule and meet tight deadlines.

Microsoft Suite Office, Autodesk 3D Studio Max, Autodesk Autocad and Adobe Photosphop.

  • Three-Dimensional Design
  • Drawing Techniques (AutoCAD)
  • Colours & Effects
  • Lighting
  • Materials and Finishes
  • Interior Design I
  • Applied Colour I
  • Interior Architecture I
  • 3D Modelling for Interior Design
  • Interior Layout Planing II
  • History of Styles & Interior Design I
  • Furniture Design and Production I
  • Interior Layout Planing III
  • Computer with 64 bits 3GHz processor
  • Windows 7 or higher
  • Minimum 4 GB of RAM (8 GB of RAM recommanded)
  • Hard Drive 1TB
  • Graphics Card compatible AutoCAD and 3D Studio Max
  • High Speed Internet access
  • Screen with minimum resolution of 1080 x 900
    (1280 x 1024 recommended)
  • Sound Card, headphones and microphones
  • Application software and peripherals required for the course
  • Burner, blank CDs and DVDs
  • Flatbed Scanner
  • Adobe Flash Player (most recent update)

You can install Autodesk 3D Studio Max 2013 on a Mac® iOS 10.6 (or newer) computer with a Windows® partition. The system must use the BootCamp® application to help manage a dual operating system configuration and to meet the minimum system requirements: 2.7 GHz processor, 8GB RAM and a minimum of 70 GB hard drive space available for running Windows.


After completing the Interior Design E-learning program, you will have earned your diploma from LaSalle College, and gain access to the following fields of employment:

  • Design
  • Project management
  • Technical drawing
  • Consulting