Our Courses

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Accredited

Accredited Courses

DTA offer a range of nationally accredited courses to give you specialist skills in designing residential kitchens, bathrooms and interiors.

This includes the only specialist qualification in Australia for those designing residential kitchens and bathrooms – the Certificate IV in Kitchen and Bathroom Design (MSF40318).

Certificate IV in Kitchen and Bathroom Design

MSF40318

Certificate IV in Kitchen and Bathroom Design

MSF40318
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Design Custom Cabinetry for Interior Spaces

Design Custom Cabinetry for Interior Spaces

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Design Presentation Skills for Kitchens, Bathrooms and Interiors

Design Presentation Skills for Kitchens, Bathrooms and Interiors

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Design Essentials for Modular Kitchens

Design Essentials for Modular Kitchens

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Short

Short Courses

Short, skill boosting courses designed to expand your abilities.

We have courses to suit those new to industry and to help industry professionals stay up to date.

Kitchen Planning

Kitchen Planning

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Bathroom Planning

Bathroom Planning

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Wardrobe & Storage Planning

Wardrobe & Storage Planning

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3D SketchUp for Kitchens and Bathrooms

3D SketchUp for Kitchens and Bathrooms

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Effective Lighting for Kitchens & Bathrooms

Effective Lighting for Kitchens & Bathrooms

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Kitchen & Bathroom Design For All Ages & Abilities

Kitchen & Bathroom Design For All Ages & Abilities

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Outdoor Kitchen Planning

Outdoor Kitchen Planning

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Laundry Planning

Laundry Planning

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Kitchen Planning and Bathroom Planning

Kitchen Planning and Bathroom Planning

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Kitchen and Bathroom Design Business Blueprint

Kitchen and Bathroom Design Business Blueprint

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Drafting Standards for Kitchens & Bathrooms

Drafting Standards for Kitchens & Bathrooms

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Student Handbook

The purpose of this Student Handbook is to provide you with information to assist you in resolving any questions that you may have during your study. This handbook should be read in conjunction with the Course Outline for your course.

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