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July 2009

Florida Department of Education
Curriculum Framework

Program Title: Interior Design Technology Kitchen and Bath Specialization
Program Type: Job Preparatory
Career Cluster: Arts, A/V Technology and Communication

CIP Number:
Grade Level
Program Length
39 Credit Hours
Facility Code
SOC Code

I.Purpose: The purpose of this programis to prepare students for initial employment as a kitchen designer, bath designer, kitchen sales person, bath sales person, drafting/design technician, customer service specialist, job estimator, expeditor, industry representative, CAD technician, or installer/project manager.
Completion of studies is the first step in the process of fulfilling requirements needed to sit for the Kitchen andBath certification. A secondary purpose of the program is to provide supplemental or required training for persons previously or currently employed in the above listed occupations.

The curriculum of the program includes the following: the elements and principles of design; the study of the human environment; programming; the design process and evaluation of design; technical knowledge andskills; selection and specifying of materials, fixtures, and equipment; visual and oral communication; design history; business principles and practices; lighting; space planning; codes; universal design; and employability. Students are required to create and maintain a portfolio throughout this program.

II.Laboratory Activities: Laboratory activities are an integral part of this program andprovide instruction in the following:

use of drafting equipment
creation of drawings using drafting tables and CAD or industry related programs
fixtures and equipment used in kitchen/bath design
development, maintenance, and use of interior source
research, identification, and use of interior design source materials, i.e. non-textile building materials, interior-finish materials,industry catalogs of fixtures and equipment
employment in the field may be considered a laboratory activity or internship.

III.Special Note: The standard credit hour length for this certificate is 39.

Federal and state legislation requires the provision of accommodations for students with disabilities to meet individual needs and ensure equal access. Adult students with disabilitiesmust self-identify and request such services. Students with disabilities may need accommodations in such areas as instructional methods and materials, assignments and assessments, time demands and schedules, learning environment, assistive technology and special communication systems. Documentation of the accommodations requested and provided should be maintained in a confidential file.III.Intended Outcomes: The intended student outcomes are listed below and categorized following the Florida State Board of Architecture and Interior Design guidelines. The outcomes are stated in terms of what the student should be able to do after successfully completing this program.

1.00Identify and apply elements and principles of basic design to interior spaces.
2.00Describe the interrelationshipbetween humans and their interior environments.
3.00Plan for space utilization and development according to identified functions.
4.00Select and arrange furniture, equipment, and accessories.
5.00Identify the appropriate use and function of interior furnishings and materials.
6.00Identify, research, and specify interior design materials and resources.
7.00Research and specify appropriateinterior lighting.
8.00Identify interior methods and systems in building construction.
9.00Identify building codes, regulations, and legislation relating to residential and non-residential spaces.
10.00Communicate design concepts through visual and oral presentation skills.
11.00Demonstrate employability skills and identify job and career opportunities.
12.00Identify business...
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