DreamZone is a creative skill development initiative of CADD Centre, Asia’s largest network of CAD training centres. Founded in 2005, DreamZone currently has 50 centres across India.
Placing importance to the teaching methodology of “experiential learning”, DreamZone runs School of Interior Design, School of Animation, and School of Fashion Design that collectively offer about 53 courses – from PG Diploma to Master Diploma to Foundation programmes – that suit student’s unique time and skill needs. DreamZone is an education member of Institute of Indian Interior Designers, icograda, ASIFA-HOLLYWOOD and CMAI.
Experience is the single word answer. Promoted by CADD Centre, Asia's largest network of CAD training centres, which has over 24 years of experience in creating building professionals, DreamZone aims to provide our students the opportunity to learn design by experience.
From the day one, students learn to do what they are taught – there is absolutely no better way than 'experiential learning'. Offering the most comprehensive, and effective one-year diploma programme for students in interior designing, fashion design, and animation & graphics in India, we always ask: "When products and services are designed around experience, why not education?"
Course Content for Experience
We cater to the students who have pre-university level educational qualification, who have done courses in arts, who wish to migrate to the field of design, and who want
to launch creative careers.
This means, our courses have to let them approach design concepts in a totally different way, and many times, introduce new concepts that are not taught in formal diploma or degree programs. For instance, our course in Interior Designing, teaches 'shapes' and 'forms', and sessions to demystify industrial terminologies, something colleges or other private institutes do not do.
Teaching for Experience
whether it is interior design, fashion design or animation, our courses are designed to favour practical workshops over theoretical classes wherever possible.
We believe that only the science behind designing – say, drafting – can be taught and learnt in a traditional way, but not design itself. Design can be better learnt by practice, observation, and any other hands-on methods.
Events for Experience
we take our students to industrial visits, site visits, material surveys, and engage our students in lots of projects.
For instance, when it comes to interior design, students of our one year Master Diploma program do four projects – one to design a residential building; another for commercial building; one for drawing; and another for colour selection. This apart, students develop, use cases/case studies, conduct seminars, and interact with experts, while on the project.
Mentoring for Experience
There are certain things that cannot be structured into course curriculum.
In very informal ways, our faculty members mentor our students on how to listen to the customers, how to present their designs, how to benefit from other's suggestions, and how to objectively sort and deal with constructive and negative criticisms to designs, when they are on the job. This is to ensure that our students continue to have good experience with their career, even after they leave us.
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