Industrial Design at the Design Centre Enmore

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Transforming ideas

If you have creativity, curiosity and the ability to transform ideas into objects of beauty and function, our industrial design courses can lead to a rewarding career.

We offer programs from short courses to advanced diploma.

Our advanced diploma is a university degree pathway course.


“Our students strive to make things work better using materials and manufacturing processes in a sustainable way."

Robert Reid | Head Teacher, Industrial Design

Certificate IV in Design (Industrial Design)

This 6 month course teaches you the basic skills you will need to master to gain entry into the Diploma of Industrial Design and includes Solid Works, Rhino3D, Drawing, Concept Development, Photoshop and 3D Printing.

Diploma of Industrial Design

In this one year, intensive course learning focuses on developing and extending your design skills and practice.

Your studies will include interpreting and responding to design briefs, sustainable product design, human factors analysis and developing, trialling and evaluating prototypes including scale models and 3D CAD prototypes.


Advanced Diploma of Industrial Design

Our six month intensive Advanced Diploma of Industrial Design will further develop your creative, conceptual and applied design skills. You will create and evaluate prototypes, including digital prototypes, and will work collaboratively on a design project. Personal and professional design practice will be explored and you will be encouraged to evaluate and participate in design industry networks.

You may choose to enter the workforce on graduation or to continue your studies as this course is a formal pathway into the University of Newcastle's Degree in Industrial Design.